The Middle Eastern donor who gave US$700 million (RM2.6 billion) to Datuk Seri Najib Razak made the contribution so that Umno could fight DAP, which is funded by the Jews, during the 2013 general election, said Umno division leader Datuk Abdul Aziz Kaprawi said today.
The Sri Gading Umno chief said the donor feared that through DAP, Jewish influences would permeate the country and destroy the “Islamic government” led by Barisan Nasional (BN).
“If we had lost, DAP would be in power. DAP with its Jewish funding would control this country. Based on that, our Muslim friends in the Middle East could see the Jewish threat through DAP,” said Aziz, who is also deputy transport minister.
“If it reached the Islamic government, it would be overthrown, and that would destroy the Islamic struggle (perjuangan Islam) throughout the world.
“Because Najib is seen as a great Muslim leader in this region,” Aziz told delegates at his division’s meeting today in Parit Raja, Johor.
He said he was confused as to why Malays were even questioning the donation, saying that it was an Islamic act to give to others.
“Haven’t you ever given donations? It is encouraged in Islam. The more you donate, the more rewards (pahala) you get.
“Alhamdulillah, Najib, as the party president, he was the warrior (panglima perang) chosen to ensure that we win the general election.”
He urged the Malays not to fall for the “lies” created by foreign media, adding that Umno was the only party that could stop the Jews from taking over the country through DAP.
“Believe me, if the foreigners succeed in splitting us apart, there will be no more Malay party strong enough to fight DAP, which is based on and funded by the Jews.”