If Bolehland continues to drag religion into every discourse, the country will digress into the past and not be able to move forward.
Religion should be a private matter - not one that certain quarters are constantly trying to drag into the public domain, insisting that policies should be made subservient to its dictates.
A lot of energy is wasted arguing on a matter that should be between oneself and the divine, not one that is sought to be imposed on others just so that one feels he has done his duty according to one's understanding of his faith, or what one has been taught or told by those who claim custodianship of its tenets and blindly following without question or query nor verifying for oneself.
How many nations today where religion and the state are not separate, are really successful and progressive? Many of these countries struggle with terrorism issues, endemic corruption and law and order and for some, if not for the oil resources, would have been dirt poor too.
Religion is best kept separate from politics.
So as not to sully it.
For divinity is apolitical, no?