From Malaysia Factbook
| Is Mohamed Razali an UMNO mole, was he bribed, coerced, had his words twisted, or did he lodge his police statement voluntarily? Much was made of the fact that he was present during the Christian conference and had the "true story" of the events that transpired, but nothing was said as to what the true story is.
Mohamed Razali Abdul Rahman
Mohamed Razali Abdul Rahman (born c. 1968, age 47) is a Democratic Action Party (DAP) member who came into national prominence when he lodged a police report on 13 May 2011 against his own party in support of Utusan Malaysia's Christian conspiracy article. In its front-page article entitled "Kristian Agama Rasmi?" ("Malaysia, a Christian country?") on 7 May 2011, Utusan Malaysia had claimed that the DAP was conspiring with Christian leaders at the Unashamedly Ethical Conference in a Penang hotel on 5-6 May 2011 to take over Putrajaya and abolish Islam as the country's official religion. Utusan's motive has been alleged to be to strike fear into the Malay-Muslim populace of Malaysia in order to win back support for UMNO. Mohamed Razali was one of several people present in the conference who were summoned by the police over the week to give statements. After lodging the police report, he disappeared and could not be contacted. "We have tried to contact him but he has not been answering his calls", said Jeff Ooi, the DAP Member of Parliament for Jelutong, Penang.
2. Brief biography: Mohamed Razali was a former United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) member who had left the ruling party, following the 2008 general election, after he had been allegedly "suppressed and harassed" by his fellow party members. He has a relative who is a lance-corporal in the Special Branch unit based in Jelutong. Jeff Ooi said that the DAP had always considered Mohamed Razali a loyal member, especially after having helped him with his employment problems, shortly after he joined the party. He added that Mohamed Razali even helped out in several by-election campaigns, including the April 2011 Sarawak state polls when he was stationed in Miri. Jeff Ooi was responding to an Utusan Malaysia report on 14 May 2011, quoting Home Minister Hishammuddin Hussein as saying there was some element of truth in the daily's controversial report last Saturday entitled, "Kristian agama rasmi?" (Christianity the official religion?). The minister had allegedly made the claim, following Mohamed Razali's report that claimed that he was present during the Unashamedly Ethical Conference involving DAP members and Christian leaders and had the "true story" of the events that transpired. What the true story is, however, was not mentioned and could well be an UMNO ruse to twist Mohamed Razali's story. The DAP had claimed that Mohamed Razali had likely been coerced into lodging the report against the party, as the paper has not one single testimony made in its favor of its Christian conspiracy article to date.