So, if someone want to shoot me down please do it now before I go on...
I actually agrees with what what Nik Aziz said. It's not wrong for other religion to use the word, BUT we want to know why,when and in what context. We really don't have a lot of discussion between religions here and we should have it.
You don't just blindly says no; saying stuff like "kids will see the article and it'll be confusing for them". A bit rich isn't it when no one even bats an eyelid when RTM TV2 showed Kingdom of Heaven during Raya Haji/Maal Hijrah (I don't remember the exact date/event, but I remembered going WTF at that time). The movie pretty much about Islam/Christian/crusader and it's shown on Radio Televisyen Malaysia. Did your kids watched it???
wiki Kingdom of Heaven
I'm very liberal thinking (on certain stuff). But I still need people to remind me whenever I've gone too far off. So give me a wake up call when needed kay!
With that being said, we're not a very conservative Islamic country isn't it? So, I'm seeing all these political group/activist movement/conflicting people on the tv and I'm like WTH???
Don't preach something you did not practice.
"perkara yang wajib pun tak ditunaikan, benda lain yang terlebih"???
So now there's a trailer for "Legion" shown on tv rite now. It'll probably start showing on the cinema this month. Did anyone says anything about that one? Nooo... This is more likely to be something that kids/teen wanna see as it's a very intriguing/action-packed movie. Do you know what it's all about??? Malaysia always let these kind of movies pass through the filter, and then goes on and said that Rempit movie are bad for teeens. aha. I'll probably wanna watch Legion as I wanted to see what happens. and as I'm much older, I can filter what goes on in mind and think it through. Do you wanna take you kids to see it?
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