A Malaysian state amended its Islamic laws on Wednesday to allow public canings, sparking criticism that the change was unconstitutional and could infringe on the rights of religious minorities.
Ethnic Malay Muslims make up more than 60 percent of Malaysia's 32 million people and attempts to implement stricter forms of sharia law in recent years have raised concerns among members of the ethnic Chinese, Indian and other minorities.
The Chinese, Indians and others should prepare themselves for some religious and cultural enrichment.
The northeastern state has been pushing for the adoption of a strict Islamic penal code, called 'hudud', that would provide for punishments such as stoning for adultery and amputations for theft.
They'll start small and slow and then build up towards beheadings for alcohol consumption and making homosexuals fly.
Critics of the bill say the implementation of hudud could infringe on the rights of religious minorities and disrupt the fabric of Malaysia's multi-ethnic and multi-religious society.
The infidel Malays are now going to see the brutal inevitable real-time annihilation of that "fabric". Such is the cancer of Islam.