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Sunday, August 10, 2008

Forum BAR COUNCIL Agenda Abdullah

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Saya malas mengulas panjang kerana masih di dalam mood Festival Filem Malaysia yang baru berakhir semalam. Tetapi ada beberapa perkara yang ingin saya sentuh secara ringkas,

• Pihak-pihak tertentu didalam BAR Council telah dipergunakan oleh Abdullah Ahmad Badwi untuk tujuan Politik.
• Ianya bermula selepas pilihanraya umum ke 12.
• Memahami keadaan yang meruncing di dalam isu kehakiman yang hilang kepercayaan oleh rakyat, Abdullah menerusi wakilnya telah menggunakan BAR Council.
• Adalah tidak pasti sama ada ahli-ahli BAR Council mengetahuinya atau hanya beberapa kerat di dalam jawatankuasa tertingginya sahaja yang terlibat.
• Selepas PRU12, BAR Council telah menganjurkan satu majlis makan malam dan jemputannya ialah ahli-ahli politik bekas-bekas hakim termasuk yang dipecat oleh Kerajaan sebelum ini.
• Di dalam majlis makan malam tersebut, Abdullah mengumumkan bahawa kerajaan akan memberikan sumbangan Ex-Gratia kepada hakim-hakim yang dipecat sewaktu krisis kehakiman lewat 80’an.
• Makan Malam anjuran BAR Council itu sebenarnya ditaja atau boleh dikatakan dibiayai sepenuhnya oleh Kerajaan Malaysia.
• BAR Council telah membiayakan diri mereka menjadi platform Abdullah membina semula popularitinya yang merudum.

Siapakah yang mendapat manfaat daripada Forum yang berlangung semalam (Sabtu) berhubung perlembagaan negara yang melibatkan mereka yang memuluk agama Islam?

• Abdullah Ahmad Badawi mendapagt manfaat kerana forum itu boleh menjadi platform yang menyatukan orang-orang Melayu dan Islam.
• Forum sebegitu menimbulkan kemarahan orang Melayu.
• Forum sebegitu mengakibatkan pemimpin-pemimpin di dalam UMNO yang menentang Abdullah terpaksa beralih pandangan dan bersatu bagi mempertahankan kepentingan UMNO memperjuangkan hak orang-orang Islam.
• Forum begitu menekan pemimpin-pemimpin pembangkan beragama Islam untuk turut sama dengan pemimpin UMNO supaya tidak dilihat dayus dalam hal Islam dan Melayu.
• Orang-orang Melayu bangkit dan keadaan jadi tegang lalu parti politik seperti PAS dan faction Melayu dalam PKR jadi tersepit di tengah-tengah.

Bagi mereka yang menyokong forum itu dan menentang forum itu, sila ambil kira faktor di atas.

-Kickdefella

For the love of the Jalur Gemilang

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I thoroughly agree with Sheih (Kickdefella) that Malaysia is a nation in distress ... However, I decided against flying the flag upside down for my own reasons ... - Tehsin Mukhtar of Me Only Better
Not flying it upside down. On Aug 3, Sheih launched a campaign to fly the Jalur Gemilang upside down as a symbol of the People's Frustration and a signal that the nation is in distress. Several blogs quickly declared their support for this cyber-strike.

But some of them have since changed their minds. They found out that they didn't have the heart to do it.

Pasquale of Barking Magpie is one of them:
"I can sense something that I thought I will never feel again. There are a lot of you morons out there that truly love your country very much. Then by all mean defend it people! .... So here is our beloved Flag!"
On Aug 5, the day I put up my own posting, Engku Emran of Between My Legs, a n old buddy and a new kid on the blog, called me up. He said he was disturbed by the whole upside-down flag business. We met at the Press Club that night to talk about the Jalur Gemilang.

Afterwards, he made a posting here that captures his pain:
"some bloggers have put up our beloved jalur gemilang upside down on their blogs as a sign of cyber-strike...apparently it is also the global code of distress signal...i was and still am terribly disturbed by this recent development...not by their actions (doesn't mean im for it though) but for the very fact that i care for the well being of all...again pls don't get me wrong here as the last thing i want is to mislead any1... I just need to get it off my chest thats all...good nite Malaysia..."
My own posting here drew well over 130 comments; easily more than 90 per cent were strongly against the idea of flying the flag upside-down as a sign of protest.

The overwhelming objection didn't come as a surprise. In early July, when I launched my own cyber-strike not all my blogger bros and sisters were supportive of my action or sympathietic with the reasons for going on the 48-hour strike (which were the same very reasons that compelled Sheih to launch his upside-down flag campaign).

Marina Mahathir and Wong Chun Wai went on strike even before I did as they were fed-up with the way politicians were treating the people and how things were going for the economy. But the two, especially Marina, had even less sympathy from som e fellow bloggers (please read Wattahack's Oh! How Hate Blinds Thee!).

I have decided to fly the Jalur Gemilang, full-stop. I will fly it not upside down nor half-mast, but the way it's supposed to be flown. Like Tehsin and Pasquale and Engku Emran (and Marina, Wong Chun Wai and Wattahack), I agree with Sheih that we are a nation in trouble. I won't go on another strike to prove that point because I believe I've proven my point.

For me, Sheih has proven his point and I hope that on August 31, when our nation celebrates her 51st Merdeka, we'll fly the flag together. Not upside down, not half-mast.

-rocky's bru

PKR mulls action against protest leader Zulkifli

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Zulkifli Noordin leading the protest against the Bar Council forum yesterday. — picture by Choo Choy May
Zulkifli Noordin leading the protest against the Bar Council forum yesterday. — picture by Choo Choy May

KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 10 — Parti Keadilan Rakyat will decide whether disciplinary action would be taken against its Kulim Bandar Baharu MP Zulkifli Noordin for stoking racial and religious sentiments when demonstrating against a forum here.

"We are going to discuss the matter. Zulkifli claims that he is there as a member of Pembela but he is still a party member.

"In principle we support peaceful demonstrations but are against the use of insulting and racial language and the storming of places where people are having discussions," said PKR deputy president Dr Syed Husin Ali.

The first-term MP who protested on behalf of Lawyers in Defence of Islam (Pembela) had declared the forum by the Bar Council an insult and a challenge to Muslims in what some have termed a "hate speech" and also forced his way to the front of the auditorium where the forum was being held yesterday.

Syed Husin told The Malaysian Insider that it was hypocritical of Zulkifli to exercise his democratic freedom by denying others of the same freedom.

"I know that he is aware that the party is disagreeable to his actions," he added.

PKR vice-president Sivarasa Rasiah also confirmed that the matter would be discussed when the party's top leadership meets during the week.

"I echo Syed Husin's statement as Zulkifli acted without the sanction of the party and does not reflect our stand on the matter."

Zulkifli could not be contacted for comment.

It was reported that Zulkilfi was quoted yesterday as saying that it was time for the Bar Council to be led by a Muslim, so as to prevent the council from organising forums that could anger Muslims.

The Bar Council, however, has had many Muslim presidents within the last 30 years such as Raja Aziz Addruse, Abdullah A Rahman, Zainur Zakaria, Hendon Mohamed, Khutubul Zaman Bukhari and Sulaiman Abdullah.

Sulaiman is also Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim's lead counsel for his defence team against the Sodomy II charge.

PKR de facto leader Anwar had made clear of his position that if the Bar Council forum yesterday were to proceed, it should be held behind closed doors, for now.

"To allay fears of others, have a closed forum. Deal with it, then engage with the rest, particularly those who have expressed concerns," he said on Friday.

-TMB

Anggota polis disiasat berhubung kehilangan dadah ditemui mati ditembak

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JOHOR BAHRU 10 Ogos – Seorang anggota polis yang disiasat berhubung kes kehilangan dadah di Ibu Pejabat Polis Kontinjen (IPK) Johor, ditemui mati dengan kesan tembakan di kepala dalam ladang kelapa sawit di kawasan Taman Setia Indah di sini pagi tadi.

Ketua Polis Johor Datuk Mohd Mokhtar Mohd Shariff berkata, mayat Lans Koperal Morne Aliamat, 40, ditemui oleh orang awam kira-kira pukul 11.40 pagi tadi sebelum menghubungi polis.

“Morne tidak memakai uniform ketika mayatnya ditemui dan polis yang menjalankan siasatan menemui sepucuk revolver semi auto bersama peluru serta sebuah motosikal di tempat kejadian. Pemeriksaan awal menemui satu kesan tembakan di bahagian kanan kepalanya,” katanya kepada pemberita di IPK Johor di sini hari ini.

Mohd Mokhtar berkata, pemeriksaan mengesahkan Morne adalah anggota di Jabatan Narkotik IPK dan turut disiasat berhubung kehilangan dadah dari bilik bahan bukti pada 31 Julai lepas.

Beliau berkata, kes itu yang diklasifikasikan sebagai mati mengejut sedang disiasat lanjut dan mayat itu kini berada di Hospital Sultanah Aminah untuk bedah siasat.

-Utusan

Lebih Ramai Penduduk Akan Dihambat keluar Dari Pulau Duyong

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http://buletinonline.net/images/berita9/pduyong1.jpgKerajaan akan meneruskan agenda zalim ‘menghambat’ keluar lebih ramai penduduk dari Pulau Duyong demi untuk meneruskan agenda pembangunan sebagaimana yang telah dirancang.

Pengerusi Pertubuhan Kebajikan Penduduk Pulau Duyong (Pekeduy) Muzafeq Affyulzaifuzan Muhammad menyatakan demikian ketika ditemui Buletin Online baru-baru ini.

http://buletinonline.net/images/berita9/muzafiq.jpgMenurut Muzafeq, beliau dimaklumkan tentang perkara tersebut oleh pihak berkenaan yang simpati kepada nasib penduduk Pulau Duyong.

“Kawasan yang akan terlibat adalah perkampungan asal bertentangan dan dibelakang pangsapuri yang telah dibangunkan sebelum ini,

“walau bagaimanapun saya akan buat siasatan,” katanya apabila ditanya kawasan manakah yang akan terlibat dengan tindakan kerajaan tersebut.

Beliau mengakui kawasan tersebut merupakan tanah kerajaan, namun katanya, penduduk terbabit sudah tinggal diatas tanah itu puluhan tahun dan pernah beberapa kali menghantar permohonan.

“Sebelum pilihanraya lalu, pihak kerajaan telah berjanji tidak akan mengeluarkan penduduk dari kawasan itu, namun janji itu kin adalah cuma janji-janji kosong untuk memancing undi pilihanraya,”ujar Muzafiq

Pada November tahun lalu, Muzafiq telah memohon jasa baik masyarakat umum untuk bersama-sama menyokong perjuangan membela nasib rakyat Pulau Duyong yang semakin terhimpit akibat ‘pembangunan haram’ yang dilaksanakan.

Terlalu banyak kontroversi pembangunan Pulau Duyong yang memakan belanja RM 220 juta sebagaimana dilaporkan Warta Hadhari Bil 10, 2005.

Bekas Perdana Menteri Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad pernah mengkritik pembinaan Pulau Duyong yang disifatkannya sebagai membazir.

“Tanpa sebarang kajian dan perancangan, tanpa mengendahkan peraturan dan undang-undang bagaimana sepatutnya wang kerajaan sepatutnya diperuntukkan dan digunakan,
“Dato Seri Abdullah, Dato’ Seri Idris dan para kroninya membelanjakan jumlah wang yang banyak untuk membangunkan Pulau Duyong,”kata Mahathir dalam Blognya.

Muzafiq yang juga Timbalan Ketua AMK Terengganu menyuarakan kebimbangan terhadap nasib tang akan menimpa penduduk Pulau Duyong.
http://buletinonline.net/images/berita9/pendudukpduyong.jpgBeliau berkata sebelum ini, pihaknya telah berjumpa dan cuba berbincang berkenaan perkara tersebut, namun pihak terbabit tidak dapat memberikan jawapan, apakah yang akan terjadi kepada nasib pnduduk Pulau Duyong.

“Samada dari Kerajaan Negeri, Menteri Besar, Exco, wakil rakyat dan yang lain-lain, semua kami dah jumpa, tetapi semuanya tidak dapat menjawab persoalan tentang nasib dan masa depan penduduk Pulau Duyong” jelas Encik Mozafiq.

Ahli Jawatankuasa Pekeduy, Encik Saado berkata tidak ada kepastian terhadap masa depan kehidupan penduduk Pulau Duyong.

“Kemanakah orang kampung akan pergi, adalah penempatan akan disusun semula atau penduduk Pulau akan dihambat keluar,”soal beliau.

Beliau juga mendakwa penduduk kampung tidak dimaklumkan tentang projek-projek pembangunan Pulau Duyong kerana kerajaan menganggap penduduk pualau membangkang sema projek yang dilaksanakan.

“Sepatutnya kerajaan mengambil pelajaran terhadap keputusan pilihanraya umum lalu, dimana penduduk Pualau Duyong telah menolak kerajaan dan mengundi PAS,”tambah Saado.

-buletin online

YB Zulkifli In Police Custody - Confirmed

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Latest update 3:20pm Sunday - disahkan bahawa penahanan YB Zulkifli bukanlah dibawah akta ISA sebaliknya hanya penahan biasa & juga difahamkan YB Zulkifli akan dibebaskan malam ini selewat-lewatnya...sama-sama kita berdoa untuk beliau

update 2:50pm Sunday
- Dah dapat pengesahan dari HQ Perisik Rakyat bahawa YB Zulkifli Nordin ditahan polis semalam selepas ceramahnya di Tanjung Karang.kemungkinan besar YB Zulkifli akan dibebaskan malam ini....


updates 11:40am Sunday - According to Hishamuddin Rais’ sms, Zul is probably detained under the ISA for his involvement in the protest against the Bar Council’s forum on “Conversion to Islam

Updates, 3:00am Sunday - According to blogger A Voice, YB Zulkifli Noordin was picked up by the cops about midnight for his role in the protest against the Bar Council forum. In his last posting on Aug 9 at 9.31 pm, the PKR MP for Kulim- Bandar Baharu says it's time a Muslim lawyer heads the Bar Council

Sekiranya berita tentang YB Zul itu benar, itu baru episod pertama.krn apa yang aku tulis di blog kengkawan mungkin benar.beberapa NGO yang sblm ini tak pernah muncul dlm mslh rakyat tetiba muncul dgn provokasi yang mengila dan menakutkan.tak pelik ke..ada mamat pakai baju bergambar "JACKS DANIEL " berbicara tentang islam dan semangat islam yang mengila.JACKS DANIEL tu jenama arak bg yang tak tahu.bertambah pelik lagi bila :
Forum di adakan pada musim pilihanraya.
Tiada larangan yang serius dari pihak berkuasa.
Tiada halangan dan sekatan jalanraya untuk hadir berdemo.
Bantuan masuk bangunan Majlis Peguam oleh pihak berkuasa
Kata dan jerita provokasi di luar bangunan berunsur berkauman
Ahli UMNO tidak turut serta di dalam demo.

Bantahan forum Majlis Peguam, kerajaan disyor pinda akta kahwin

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(Dikemas kini) KUALA LUMPUR: Bekas Pesuruhjaya Suruhanjaya Hak Asasi Manusia Malaysia (Suhakam), Prof. Mehrun Siraj menyarankan agar kerajaan meminda undang-undang bagi menyediakan peruntukan penyelesaian pertikaian mualaf dan pasangannya bukan Islam di Mahkamah Sivil.


Bercakap kepada pemberita selepas forum bertajuk Memeluk Islam: Perkara 121(1A) Perlembagaan Persekutuan Menjejak Semula Subashini & Sharmala anjuran Majlis Peguam dihentikan ekoran bantahan NGO dan pemimpin politik Islam, Mehrun berkata, langkah itu perlu untuk memberi peluang kepada orang yang memeluk agama Islam menyelesaikan isu penceraian mereka menerusi undang-undang Mahkamah Sivil.


“Sebelum ini penceraian antara mualaf dan pasangannya yang bukan Islam perlu dibawa ke Mahkamah Syariah... dengan ini pasangan yang bukan Islam itu akan rasa haknya terjejas,” ujar beliau.

Kata beliau, "jika bukan Islam hendak memeluk Islam,. kita perlu terima mereka... tetapi selesaikan masalah perkahwinan mereka sebagai bukan Islam sebelum itu."

"Berikan hak kepada bekas isteri (bukan Islam) menuntut harta sepencarian, bayaran nafkah dan hak penjagaan anak," kata beliau yang juga Profesor Adjung Kuliyah Undang-undang Universiti Islam Antarabangsa Malaysia (UIAM).


Menurut Mehrun, ini bukan isu agama tetapi isu undang-undang maka undang-undang boleh dipinda demi kebaikan dan kepentingan semua pihak.


“Dari segi Islam, jika kita terangkan kepada orang yang bukan Islam maka mereka tidak rasa takut ataupun khuatir dan mereka akan faham.


“Akan tetapi tindakan beberapa orang yang datang untuk menghentikan forum tadi (semalam) dengan cara yang ganas... ini akan menyebabkan orang lain beranggapan itulah sikap dan cara orang Islam,” kata Mehrun.


“Cara protes, demostrasi, dan menjerit... itu bukan cara Islam,” kata Mehrun lagi.

Bagaimanapun, Ketua Penerangan Alumni Kelab Umno Luar Negara, Nazari Ahmad yang juga salah seorang peserta memberitahu, beliau tidak setuju dengan forum ini diadakan.


"Secara peribadi saya memang bantah forum yang membincangkan soal-soal isu dengan terbuka," kata beliau yang mengakui bahawa hanya datang untuk mendengar apa yang dibincangkan.

Mengenai pandangannya selepas beliau mendengar forum selama sejam, Nazari berkata: "Ada kebaikan dan ada keburukannya tetapi saya tetap dengan pendirian saya membantah forum sebegini diadakan."


-mSTAR Online

Anwar Akui Hadapi Laluan Sukar Menangi Kerusi Permatang Pauh

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BUKIT MERTAJAM, 10 Ogos (Bernama) -- Penasihat Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim hari ini mengakui menghadapi laluan sukar untuk memenangi kerusi Parlimen Permatang Pauh pada 26 Ogos ini ekoran pelbagai fitnah yang timbul mengenai dirinya.

Beliau berkata pelbagai fitnah yang dilemparkan terhadapnya itu disebarkan pihak tertentu bagi menggagalkan usahanya memenangi kerusi berkenaan.

"Saya tak jangka ia mudah kerana banyak halangan daripada orang yang menentang kita. Saya berasa sedikit sukar kerana fitnah akan bertambah dan rasuah juga akan bertambah.

"Tapi saya yakin kerana nampak sokongan rakyat bertambah baik dan mudah-mudahan kita akan menang," katanya dalam ucapan ringkas kepada kira-kira 200 penyokongnya selepas menunaikan solat hajat di Masjid Nadhoh, di sini, Ahad.

Solat hajat itu, yang turut disertai isterinya, Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail dan Naib Presiden PKR Mohamed Azmin Ali, diadakan pada pukul 9 pagi ini bagi mendoakan kemenangan beliau pada pilihan raya kecil itu kelak.

Nair's uphill task for human rights

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File photo of lawyer Sankara Nair

KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 10 - It's an uphill task. Impossible, even, some say.

Yet, as one of opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim's lawyers, Sankara Nair isn't feeling the heat. He says it used to be worse.

Flashback to 1998, when Anwar was convicted of sodomy and spent five years behind bars. Nair was part of Anwar's defence team then.

He told The New Paper in a phone interview yesterday: "I was worried the last time. I lost a lot of my work. I lost some big cases. People won't touch you, they don't want to have anything to do with you. You become a pariah."So why has he stuck around all these years as part of Anwar's legal team? Said Nair, who is single and has spent 13 years in the legal profession: "It's a matter of human rights.

If you believe in something, you just do it. Everything else doesn't matter."Taking on the high-profile Anwar case also accorded him a sort of 'activist lawyer' label. Since then, the 52-year-old former senior police officer has managed to pull in some high-profile cases.

In 2005, he represented the three Chinese women nationals who accused Malaysian police of strip-searching them and slapping them after they were arrested on suspicion for having false documents. That same year,Nair also defended Dr Sadeq Mustafa Faris, a Libyan-American scientist whose research company was investigated in 2005 by the Malaysian government for misusing government funds.

Nair said: "I still had some cases here and there, and that kept me through."

Since 1998, Nair has continued to represent the former deputy prime minister in several legal matters.

These include personal requests for Anwar to visit his seriously ill mother in 2000 when he was in jail, and in 2006 when Anwar filed a civil suit against former premier Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

For the current sodomy case, Anwar's nine-member legal team is headed by veteran lawyer and former Malaysian Bar Council president Haji Sulaiman Abdullah.

As to whether he ever had to fear for his life, Nair appeared blase, saying: "I don't go out much anyway."

But he insisted he is 'politically neutral' and intends to remain so.

"I'm not a member of the PKR (Parti Keadilan Rakyat) or any other opposition party," he said.

So did he feel a sense of deja vu sitting in court on Thursday when sodomy charges were formally laid on Anwar? "Yes, in a way it is. Anwar and I were just saying it yesterday in court," he said.

But he believes there have been slight changes. For example, he expressed surprise that sessions judge S M Komathy Suppiah had not objected to the defence team's request for bail, which was set at RM20,000. "I have faith in the court system. There are good judges there."

Nair also said the police have been trying to be co-operative. He recounted how he had been upset over the 16 Aug arrest when a dozen police cars and about 20 policemen in balaclavas had stopped Anwar's car and hauled him off to jail. "It was a silly thing to do. After that, I wrote to them."

"I said, 'Don't arrest him that way. If you want him in court, I will take him to you'," he said. On Thursday, Nair said the police seemed to respond to his pleas.

"Second time round, it worked out well. I even got an SMS from one of the officers thanking me for co-operating with them," he said.

As for the ground support, Nair said he feels Anwar's supporters are becoming more vocal. "In 1998, people were afraid to speak out. They were worried the police would arrest them.

"Now, you have the Internet. Views are a lot freer. I get people coming up to me telling me they are not scared like before. They are willing to speak out."

Yet, some things, Nair added, "haven't changed at all".

"This case is full of holes. For example, the police report wasn't even given to me. I asked for it in court and they said no. 'So after court yesterday, I went back and wrote them a letter and still they said no," he said.

"I wrote them an appeal letter and finally, they said yes. Then this morning, they say I cannot get it. There are just so many inconsistencies," Nair added.

-TMI

'Janji telah diketepi'

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Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad
KUALA TERENGGANU 9 Ogos - Majlis Peguam telah mengetepikan perjanjian yang telah dibuat oleh pemimpin-pemimpin terdahulu daripada pelbagai kaum supaya setiap perkara yang berkaitan dengan kaum dan agama perlu dibincang secara tertutup apabila menganjurkan Forum Memeluk Islam secara terbuka hari ini.

Bekas Perdana Menteri, Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad berkata, pemimpin terlibat telah berjanji demi kesejahteraan negara, perkara-perkara yang dianggap sensitif tidak harus dibincang secara terbuka kerana boleh menyebabkan perasaan yang meluap-luap sehingga menyebabkan rusuhan.

''Mereka telah berjanji dan bersetuju jika perkara sebegini hendak dibincangkan, kena buat secara tertutup, tetapi malangnya janji ini telah diketepikan," katanya.

Beliau berucap pada forum bertajuk Cabaran Melayu Masa Kini: Memperkasakan Melayu anjuran Barisan Bertindak Akar Umbi Melayu Terengganu di sini hari ini.

Menurutnya, beliau pelik dengan keadaan yang berlaku hari ini iaitu jika orang Melayu membangkitkan tentang perkara berkaitan kaum itu termasuk hak keistimewaan mereka di negara ini, ia dianggap sebagai perkauman.

Sebaliknya menurut Dr. Mahathir, kaum lain bebas untuk memperkatakan tentang kepentingan kaum mereka termasuk mencabar hak keistimewaan orang Melayu dan ia tidak dianggap sebagai isu perkauman.

Beliau berpendapat perkara itu berlaku kerana orang Melayu kini semakin lemah malah parti yang selama ini mewakili orang Melayu sudah tidak lagi mampu mempertahankan kepentingan kaum itu.

''Sebab itu hari ini Majlis Peguam membincangkan tentang pengislaman. Mereka tahu ini sensitif dan tidak harus dibincangkan secara terbuka. Tetapi demikian lemahnya kerajaan maka tiada apa-apa tindakan diambil terhadap mereka," ujarnya.

Beliau menjelaskan, kenyataan ini bukan bertujuan mahu menidakkan hak kaum lain kerana orang Melayu rela berkongsi negara ini, namun kepentingan kaum itu perlu dipertahankan.

Menurutnya, pemimpin dahulu seperti Tun Tan Siew Sin dan Tun Dr. Sambathan memuji orang Melayu adalah kaum yang murah hati kerana memberi kerakyatan kepada orang Cina dan India tanpa perlu mereka mengubah identiti masing-masing seperti yang disyaratkan di negara jiran.

''Tapi sekarang, bila orang Melayu nampak lemah mereka kecam dan abaikan perjanjian berkenaan," ujarnya.

-TMB

Leader of all Malaysians? Yeah. Right!

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File photo of Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi

AUG 10 - The leader of all Malaysians. Once it captured the spirit of optimism that accompanied Abdullah Ahmad Badawi into office as the country's fifth prime minister.

Today, it is a reminder of what should have been; what could have been; another unfilled promise by a politician who promised to blur the racial and religious lines but ended up delivering an even more polarized nation five years on. The leader of all Malaysians.

Once it offered the umbrella of comfort for non-Muslims, planting hope among the 45 per cent of the country's population that the difficult issues of conversion, places of worship and freedom of religion would be tackled.Today, these five words have been buried by a community feeling increasingly despondent about their place here and the ability of important institutions to protect the rights of all Malaysians.

The numbers tell the story. A comprehensive survey on political developments since Election 2008 show that only 18 per cent of the 3,000 people polled identified Abdullah as the leader of all Malaysians, with only 7.3 per cent Chinese believing that he had done enough to deserve the moniker. Generally, more Indians and Chinese feel that he protects the interests of Malays more than he looks after the other races.

Even the anecdotal evidence suggests that the despair is coursing through the veins of many non-Muslims. Datuk A. Vaithalingam has always been a straight-talker. He never fudged or hedged when he was a top official in the golden era of the Malaysian sports scene, the days when the country's football team was a source of national pride and Isthiaq Mubarak was clearing hurdles at the Olympics.

But he outdid himself last Wednesday. Speaking as the president of the Malaysian Consultative Council of Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Sikhism and Taoism, he gave a candid appraisal of the non-Muslim sentiment in the country to Abdullah.

"I must report to you that many non-Muslims feel marginalised in today's Malaysia. There is growing discomfort with the rapid Islamisation of our society. Universal values of ethical conduct and good governance, values which are shared by all religions, are appropriated by some to be only "Islamic", '' he said at the 25th anniversary of the council.

He cautioned the Prime Minister - the guest-of-honour - that unless concrete steps were taken to assure 45 per cent of Malaysia's population of fair treatment, the outflow of talent from the country would continue unabated.

Abdullah thanked him for his honesty and made the usual sounds on the need to be fair to all races. But even the PM knows that his government has not come close to delivering on any promises to non-Muslims since he came to power in October 2003.

Questions of body snatching or the status of burial rights for non-Muslims whose conversion to Islam was unknown to the dead person's family remain unresolved.

Abdullah promised to put in place a mechanism after the nastiness surrounding the burial of Everest hero Moorthy in 2006.

Little has changed since then. Similarly, there has been some disquiet over the plight of mothers whose husbands convert to Islam and then, avoid their commitments under the civil law to their former family. Non Muslims are unhappy that the courts are allowing one parent to convert children to Islam even if the other parent does not consent.

Vaithilingam also noted: "In schools, our children are not permitted to and do not get education in their own religion. Moral lessons are reportedly vetted by the Islamic authorities.''

His litany of complaints on Wednesday was long.

This is not the first time that the council has voiced their displeasure at the state of neglect over the interests of non-Muslims. Deep down, they know that Abdullah is not prepared to champion these issues, not when his own position in the country is precarious.

But they cannot keep the lid on the percolating discontent among the non-Muslims. That is why many of the religious groups backed the move by the Bar Council to proceed with its controversial public forum on conversion to Islam on Saturday.

The forum was eventually stopped by the organizers on the advice of police and threats by Muslim non-governmental groups.

Truth to be told, little good would have emerged from a forum not represented by major Muslim players such as Parti Islam SeMalaysia, Umno and Jakim. But in the absence of any meaningful moves by the government or political parties to resolve issues related to conversion, non-Muslims are prone to support any group willing to discussing these matters.

Abdullah and other Umno leaders have urged the Bar Council and other bodies to discuss sensitive matters behind closed doors but the Prime Minister will know from recent experience that this approach does not guarantee any progress. For example, he knows that many of his Umno colleagues in Cabinet are either against or ambivalent about promoting dialogue between Muslims and non-Muslims. That is why Datuk Shafie Apdal's proposal to have more dialogue on national unity was shot down vigorously by an Umno minister during a recent Cabinet meeting.

A cabinet minister, who declined to be identified, told the Malaysian Insider: "Shafie did not get much support.

Pak Lah did not say much and neither did Najib. It could because this is the Umno election season and nobody wants to do anything which will upset party members. But it could also be in-built mechanism against dealing with any difficult issue, whether judicial reform or other reforms.''

There is little doubt that the party grassroots is ambivalent about reform - and this is a charitable interpretation.

During recent branch meetings, Umno members were focused on Malay unity - specifically the need to stay as one and fight off demands from the increasingly vocal non-Malay population.

There was little discussion on the need to shed the party's perceived arrogance and refill the depleting bank of non-Malay support.

Against this backdrop and with the upcoming party elections in December, no national leader is going to champion the cause of non-Muslims and risk alienating the Muslim constituency.

Certainly not the man who once said that he was the leader of all Malaysians. That claim rings hollow among many non-Muslims today.

-TMI

Dr M will migrate if Anwar becomes PM

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KUALA TERENGGANU, Aug 10 - Saying he did not want anyone like Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim "who stabbed him in the back" as Prime Minister, Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad said yesterday he would rather migrate if the former deputy prime minister succeeds in toppling the Barisan Nasional government.

"If he comes Prime Minister, I will get out of the country. Give everything to him," Utusan Malaysia quoted the former prime minister's reply to a question at the Current Challenges for Malays forum here.

However, the acerbic Dr Mahathir was confident that Anwar will not become Prime Minister by September 16 although he was sure his former protégé would be victorious in the Permatang Pauh parliamentary by-election this Aug 26.

He said Anwar was greedy enough for support that he would forsake the special privileges for his own race to cooperate with the Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf) which is filled with racism.

-TMI

Muted response from the non-Muslim groups

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KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 10 - To some people, it was a symbol of Muslim unity when leaders, members and supporters of three ideologically conflicting parties - Pas, Parti Keadilan Rakyat and Umno - managed to shut down a legal forum on conversion to Islam.

The protesters, putting words of their leaders into action, stormed into the Bar Council auditorium in Kuala Lumpur yesterday to put an end to the planned half-day open forum only an hour after it started.

Till late last night, there was neither a comment nor criticism from the Barisan Nasional component parties such as MCA, Gerakan, MIC and its multiracial Sabah and Sarawak affiliates. Even the non-Malay leaders of PKR have yet to offer any views.

The only consistent voice of opposition is DAP supreme Lim Kit Siang. But even he is muted when it comes to naming names. Lim chose to blame the police as the culprit.

"The police yielding to pressure to disrupt the half-day Bar Council forum on conversion to Islam at 10 am in Kuala Lumpur today is a most adverse reflection on law and order as well as religious harmony in Malaysia on the eve of the 51st Merdeka anniversary.

"Malaysia has failed a major test in nation-building to demonstrate that we are shaping up to be a more civil society where sensitive issues of inter-faith problems can be discussed in a mature and responsible manner to promote national unity and religious harmony in the country," he said in a well-guarded words statement.

Lim said the police failed in its duty when they sided with the protestors in ensuring the abrupt end of the half-day forum at 10am instead of upholding the law.

"Are there any Cabinet Ministers who are prepared to raise this episode at Wednesday's Cabinet meeting to uphold the right to have such forums to be held?

"This is unlikely considering the public stand that has been taken by Umno leaders including Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak, Home Minister Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar, Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi and the Education Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein demanding that the Bar Council forum should be called off."

Lim however omitted the names of Pas president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang and a few other Pas leaders who had already deemed that the forum was meant to insult Islam and would create tension, and therefore must be stopped. Pas Youth leader Salahuddin Ayub also joined yesterday's protest.

It takes the DAP younger member such as Petaling Jaya Utara MP Tony Pua to put in plain words of what he thinks of the whole situation.

Stating that the Bar Council is the most appropriate organisation to lead discussions on the Constitution and the laws of Malaysia was the Bar Council, he said it would make a complete mockery of our legal and judicial system if its very practitioners were denied opportunities to discuss or explain the laws.

He was also disappointed with the protest led by PKR's Kulim-Bandar Baharu MP Zulkifli Noordin, saying that the protest was not only misguided but also immature and unconstructive.

"If discussing our constitution and our laws is equivalent to "Islam-bashing", then he (Zulkifli) needs to have his head inspected. The forum did not create the "hoo-haa". It is "leaders" like him who fail to understand simple principles who mislead others into thinking that the whole world is against them.

"Well, it appears that this type of thuggish and loutish behaviour is unfortunately not only limited to Umno Youth," he added.

Despite the deafening silence among the non-Malay parties, particularly the MCA, Gerakan and MIC despite having been demanding for more freedom and tolerant among the people, a lone MIC voice was heard yesterday.

MIC Youth coordinator T. Mohan in a statement posted on the internet said the movement strongly condemned the tactics of irresponsible groups in disrupting the forum.

He also expressed concerns that statements made by certain leaders who had opposed the forum had caused resentment among the non-Muslims.

He said they should have come out with their proposals in addressing the issue of non-Muslim husbands who abandon their spouses and their families to convert to Islam, rather than to stop a legitimate forum.

"The MIC Youth also calls on the Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf) to publicly state their stand as the group who opposed the forum was led by a PKR MP. Is this what Hindraf gets for supporting PKR in the general election?"

-TMI

SAPP should not be punished

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KOTA KINABALU, Aug 10 - As the Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) cools its heels waiting for Barisan Nasional to decide its membership, another Sabah leader, Tan Sri Bernard Dompok said it was not necessary for the coalition to take action against the rebel party for its no-confidence stand on the Prime Minister.

The United Pasok Momogun Kadazandusun Murut Organisation (Upko) president, a Minister in the Prime Minister's Department, said no action had been taken against certain key leaders from Umno who also made a similar stand, with several even calling on the premier to step down.

Upko has four MPs: Dompok , Datuk Wilfred Bumburing who is also Tuaran MP, Datuk Dr Marcus Majigoh (Putatan MP) and Datuk Siringan Gubat (Ranau MP).

The Barisan supreme council last Wednesday put on ice any action against SAPP, whose president Datuk Yong Teck Lee announced on June 18 that the party's two MPs would support any parliamentary motion of no confidence against Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

Barisan had issued SAPP with a show cause letter for the statement and SAPP stood firm with its stand in their reply submitted on July 30. Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Najib Tun Razak said SAPP's reply must be studied in detail.

Speaking to reporters after opening a workshop on "Impact of Laws and Government Policies on Indigenous People in Sabah" on Friday, Dompok said Upko and SAPP had stood up for the rights of the Sabah people.

"SAPP, as one of the Barisan component parties in Sabah, has delivered its views about Sabah issues and we also have similar views on the problems faced by the people in the state," The Star quoted Dompok as saying.

He said that Upko and SAPP would continue to defend the rights of the state and its people.

Other Sabah-based political parties like Parti Bersatu Sabah led by Datuk Joseph Pairin Kitingan and Liberal Democratic Party led by Datuk V.K. Liew have been critical of SAPP's no-confidence stand.

-TMI

Susulan bantah forum Majlis Peguam, lagi syor pinda akta selesai isu tukar agama

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(Dikemas kini) KUALA LUMPUR: Pemangku Presiden Gerakan, Tan Sri Dr. Koh Tsu Koon berkata, Kerajaan Persekutuan perlu segera mengadakan mesyuarat jawatankuasa bersama peguam-peguam Sivil dan Syariah bagi menyelesaikan isu-isu pertukaran agama dan peraturan mengenainya.

Beliau berkata, jawatankuasa itu perlu segera berbincang dan mencadangkan langkah-langkah yang perlu digubal, menjelaskan dan memperbaiki prosedur berhubung perkahwinan antara seorang Islam dan bukan Islam, pertukaran, penjagaan anak dan urusan pengebumian selepas seseorang yang bertukar agama meninggal dunia.

Isu-isu seumpamanya yang dibiarkan tergantung tanpa saling difahami dengan baik akan terus menghantui masyarakat berbilang kaum dan berlainan agama di Malaysia, kata beliau dalam satu kenyataan yang dikeluarkan hari ini.

-mSTAR Online

MANA KERJA YG MUDAH...PELIWAT ATAU PEROGOL...dan MENCARUT..??

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"ANUAR PELIWAT DAN NIK AZIZ PENCARUT" INI KEMPEN PEMIMPIN UMNO DAN KERAJAAN DARI TAHUN 1998 BERJAYA MERACUNI DAN MEMPENGARUHI FIKIRAN RAKYAT YG ANUAR SEORANG PELIWAT. BERITA YG TIDAK BENAR ATAU RACUN DARI ZAMAN TUN M INI JIKA SELALU DIWAWARKAN BERULANG KALI TELAH PUN MENJADI BERITA SEOLAH-OLAHNYA BENAR OLEH MANUSIA YG TIADA KEIMANAN.

MUDAHKAH MENJADI PELIWAT DARI PEROGOL?? KALAU MENGIKUT LOGIK CERITA ORG PUTIH DI TV JAWAPANNYA MUDAH LAGI MENJADI PEROGOL. BAYANGKAN JIKA ANDA MEROGOL SEEKOR KUDA NESCAYA KAKI KUDA AKAN MENJADI LOVE BITE DI ANU ANDA. BEGITU JUGA KISAHNYA KEMPEN RACUN PEMIMPIN UMNO DAN KERAJAAN BN DI TV PRO KERAJAAN YG MENGATAKAN TOK GURU NIK AZIZ BERKATA BARUA DAN TUHAN MENCARUT.

JIKA LEMBU DAN KERBAU ORI DIBENARKAN ALLAH BERKATA-KATA SEBENTAR, NESCAYA LEMBU DAN KERBAU ORI ITU MENGUTUK LEMBU2 DAN KERBAU HADARI HADARI MENGATAKANNYA LEMBU DAN KERBAU HADARI TIDAK MENGGUNAKAN OTAK SEPERTINYA LALU MENCADANGKAN LEMBU DAN KERBAU HADARI ITU MENGIKUT KAWANANNYA TANPA MEMBAYAR SESEN PUN YURAN AHLI DAN AHLI SEUMUR HIDUP UMNO LAGI.

BERBALIK KEPADA KES CERAMAH NIK AZIZ YG TELAH DI EDIT DAN DITAYANGKAN ACAPKALI DI TV SEHINGGA 70 PERATUS RAKYAT MALAYSIA PERCAYA YG BERSERBAN DAN BERJUBAH SEPERTI TOK GURU, USTAZ DAN AHLI KITAB SUKA MENCARUT. YG MENGHAIRANKAN, MANUSIA BERPAKAIAN KOT DAN JUGA BERTALI LEHER ALA ALA GORGE BUSH GITU DISANGKA BAIK DAN TELAH PUN MENYELAMATKAN AFGANISTAN DAN IRAQ PERLU DI SOKONG 100% BILA PILIHANRAYA MAU PUN PERHIMPUNAN AGONG UMNO NANTI.

DAH TERBUKTI SEKARANG DUNIA BERADA DIAKHIR ZAMANNYA, MANUSIA HILANG PERTIMBANGAN MENILAI PEKARA BAIK DAN BURUK, MEREKA PERCAYA BULAT2 APA YG DIDENGARNYA DI TV DAN AKHBAR TANPA USUL PERIKSA MALAH DITELAN BEGITU SAJA “BUIH2 SABRI” DENGAN TANPA RASA LOYA DAN TANPA WAS-WAS LAGI. MEREKA TAK UBAH MENJADI LEMBU2 HADARI YG TIDAK BERAKAL DAN MUDAH DIHERET PEMIMPIN2 MEREKA KE HULU HILIR TANPA PEGANGAN ASAS HIDUP SEBAGAI MANUSIA NORMAL. .......WALLAHUALAM

RENUNGAN:Maksud Hadis Sahih.
Di akhir zaman nanti pandang umatku kepada pekara2 yg mulia akan di pandang hina yg hina pula di pandang mulia.

-Cendawan MALAYA

Anwar ada 'alibi'

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Peguam Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim mendedahkan bahawa pelanggannya itu memang berada di kondominium Desa Damansara pada masa dakwaan berlakunya liwat, tetapi ketua umum PKR itu berada di sana kerana mengadakan pertemuan dengan beberapa orang.

Menurut peguam Sankara Nair hari ini, Anwar telah mengadakan pertemuan dengan "kira-kira lima orang" - yang merupakan satu alibi terbaru bagi pemimpin pembangkang tersebut


Beliau berkata, pihaknya mempunyai alibi yang jitu dan "kita telah memberi alibi (dan nama mereka) kepada pihak polis sewaktu siasatannya".

Sankara memberitahu demikian kepada pemberita selepas Anwar didakwa di Mahkamah Sesyen Kuala Lumpur pagi tadi.

Katanya, Anwar berada bersama mereka kerana mengadakan pertemuan di rumah (unit kondominium).

Ketika dihubungi Malaysiakini kemudiannya, Sankara berkata Anwar tidak pernah menafikan yang beliau pernah pergi ke kondominium tersebut.

Unit tersebut, katanya, adalah milik rakan ketua umum PKR itu.

Sankara mengesahkan bahawa kenyataan mereka yang berada bersama Anwar ketika itu - dan kini adalah alibinya - telah dirakamkan oleh pihak polis.

Beliau bagaimanapun tidak mengulas lanjut sama ada pengadu, Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan, adalah antara mereka yang menghadiri pertemuan tersebut.

Jangan suke2 maki orang!!

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 Ada seorang pompuan , masa tu dia sedang berhenti ditepi jalan sambil
melihat keadaan keretanya yang kemek. Hari dah nak masuk maghrib, dia menjadi semakin resah. Dah lah jalan tu sempit, lampu jalan tak de pulak.

Tiba-tiba datang sebuah motosikal datang dari arah bertentangan. Dah lah tak pasang lampu, tak pakai topi keledar.. laju pulak tu.. macam pelesit. Perempuan tu apa lagi, dia terus menjerit " Hoi.. Babiiiiiiiii. ........
Slow sikit....."

Bila mendengar laungan perempuan tu, apa lagi, penunggang motosikal tu pun menjerit balas .. "Celaka!!!!! F**k you!!!, Sial kau!!!"... "Bagerooo..." Sedap jer cakap babi...."

Selang beberapa saat... tiba-tiba terdengar satu dentuman yang kuat....
Perempuan tadi berlari kearah bunyi dentuman tersebut.. Apabila sampai ke sana , kelihatan budak tu terpelanting dalam semak manakala motosikal nya remuk sama sekali.

Rupa-rupanya, dia dah langar babi yang telah dilanggar oleh perempuan
tadi.

( Moral of the Story : Hoi babi!!!!!!!! slow skit!!!! tu bukanya marah...
tapi nak bagi tau jer....yang ada babi tergolek kat depan....hehehehehehe)

^ _ ^

MKSuzen
FrIeNd FoR EvEr


~Orang yg baik adalah org yg pernah melakukan kesalahan &
belajar dari kesalahan itu untuk menjadi org yg lebih baik.~

PDRM dan Penarik Beca – Anjing Makhluk Allah Istimewa dan Mulia

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(Bulan Penuh 2012) - Blogger ~penarik beca merengkok 2 malam dalam lokap polis kerana menyiarkan gambar logo polis yang telah diubahsuai. Laptop dan handphone beliau juga turut menjadi mangsa. Khabarnya polis menahan beliau atas kesalahan menghasut.

KPN Musa Hassan muncul di kaca TV pada hari Ahad memberitahu kita bahawa Penarik Beca menghasut rakyat untuk membenci polis. Katanya, posting ~penarik beca bertarikh 14 Julai 2007, menjejaskan reputasi PDRM sebagai agensi penguatkuasaan undang-undang dan pemelihara ketenteraman awam.

Dalam penulisan artikel ini saya tidak mahu menyebelahi sesiapa, baik Musa mahupun Penarik Beca. Terlalu banyak yang telah diperkatakan mengenai dua orang hamba Allah s.w.t ini di mana-mana. Biarlah rakyat menjadi hakim di dunia ini dan di akhirat kelak Allah s.w.t akan menghakimi perselisihan mereka berdua.

Tetapi saya harus berlaku adil terhadap anjing. Ya! Logo asal PDRM yang berlogo harimau itu tiba-tiba hilang harimaunya dan gambar seekor anjing mulut ternganga menggantikan tempatnya.

Kehilangan Harimau dalam logo itu membangkitkan kemarahan Musa Hassan, dan penempatan gambar anjing menyebabkan Musa Hassan dan orang bawahannya merasa terhina.

Penghinaan kepada anjing?

Jelaslah mentaliti Musa Hassan dan anggota bawahannya masih di takuk lama. Percaya harimau melambangkan keberanian manakala anjing bermaksud sial, barua, hamba tebus, najis, perkakas dan pencacai.

Mentaliti ini amatlah tidak adil kepada kedua-dua haiwan tersebut.

Di zaman serba maju ini harimau lebih banyak di zoo dari hidup liar di belantara. Banyak yang sudah jadi jinak mengalahkan jinaknya kucing-kucing siam.

Bagi anjing pula, taraf pencacai sebagaimana yang diberi kepada anjing-anjing buruan zaman purbawara sudah tidak sesuai lagi. Banyak kajian menunjukkan bahawa anjing adalah sahabat manusia yang paling setia.

Malah sesetengah anjing terlatih mempunyai kepakaran yang lebih hebat dari manusia kebanyakan, umpamanya anjing-anjing pengesan dadah.

Tanpa anjing-anjing sebegini, tidak mungkin anak-anak buah Musa Hassan dapat merampas dadah bernilai RM4 juta di Johor baru-baru ini.

Maka amatlah tidak wajar Musa Hassan berasa tersinggung dengan penggunaan gambar anjing di logo PDRM itu. Mungkin posting Penarik Beca membawa maksud sebaliknya iaitu memuji kehebatan, kepakaran dan kepatuhan juak-juak Musa Hassan.

Sebagai perbandingan, harimau mungkin lebih gagah dan hebat dari anjing, tetapi apa yang pasti ia tidak sekali-kali dapat menandingi kepakaran dan kepatuhan sang anjing.

Nampaknya hakikat ini tidak dapat tidak dapat difahami oleh Musa Hassan dan juak-juaknya. Tidak faham sebab salah tafsir. Salah tafsiran itu pula membawa maksud menghina.

Timbullah pula persoalan di benak saya bahawa Musa Hassan wajar meminta maaf kepada anjing-anjing (macam mana caranya fikir sendiri) dan juga pencinta anjing di seluruh dunia atas penghinaan ini.

Penghinaan Musa Hassan terhadap anjing amatlah memalukan. Sepatutnya Musa Hassan menerima logo bergambar kepala anjing itu dengan hati terbuka dan berlapang dada.

Anjing lambang orang-orang soleh?

Musa Hassan juga patut berbangga kerana anjing juga melambangkan perangai dan amalan orang-orang yang soleh dan dekat kepada Allah s.w.t.

Ini bukan rekaan saya dan Musa Hassan bolehlah merujuk kepada ayahnya sendiri tentang keistimewaan makhluk Allah s.w.t bergelar anjing sehinggakan namanya disebut dalam Al-Quran dan menjadi bacaan umat Islam sehingga ke hari kiamat.

Untuk tujuan artikel ini, saya ingin memajukan kepada Musa Hassan dan juak-juaknya tentang SEPULUH ciri-ciri, sifat-sifat dan perlakuan mulia anjing yang boleh disifatkan menyamai amalan orang-orang soleh yang sentiasa ada Allah s.w.t di hatinya.

Seorang ulama bernama Hassan al-Basri r.a pernah mengatakan bahawa pada anjing ada sifat mulia yang perlu diteladani oleh setiap orang mukmin.

Makan setelah lapar, berhenti sebelum kenyang

Pertama; anjing itu sentiasa lapar, ia jarang makan sampai kenyang apatah lagi tidur tergolek dalam kekenyangan.

Sifat ini adalah sama dengan sifatnya orang-orang soleh. Mereka makan hanya apabila berasa lapar dan berhenti sebelum kenyang.

Tawakkal dan mengembara

Kedua; anjing tidak mempunyai tempat yang tetap. Ia selalu berpindah randah mengikut keperluan hidupnya.

Sifat ini adalah sifat orang yang bertawakkal kepada Allah. Mereka mengembara ke merata-rata tempat untuk menuntut ilmu dan menyampaikan dakwah Islamiyyah.

Tidur yang sedikit

Ketiga; anjing tidak tidur di waktu malam, melainkan sedikit sahaja. Dia selalu berjaga-jaga.

Sifat ini sama seperti sifat orang-orang soleh yang cintakan Allah s.w.t, di mana mereka sentiasa renggang punggungnya dari tempat tidur kerana bermunajat kepada Allah s.w.t.

Zuhud

Keempat; jika anjing mati, dia tidak ada barang yang diwariskan dan tidak ada pula yang mewarisi.

Sifat ini adalah sama dengan sifat hamba-hamba Allah yang zuhud. Mereka membelanjakan semua harta ke jalan Allah s.w.t sehingga tiada pusaka untuk diwarisi.

Tidak marah tidak merajuk

Kelima; anjing tidak suka meninggalkan tuannya, tidak merajuk atau melarikan diri dari tuannya sekalipun dipukul atau dimarahi.

Sifat ini adalah sama dengan sifat pelajar-pelajar yang siddiqin yang sedang menuntut ilmu dengan gurunya. Tidak marah dan tidak merajuk sekalipun kesabarannya diuji dengan pelbagai ujian.

Tawadduk, redha dan tidak sombong

Keenam; anjing lebih redha dan rela bertempat di tanah atau tempat-tempat yang lebih rendah daripada tempat manusia.

Sifat ini adalah sama dengan sifat-sifat orang-orang yang tawadduk, suka merendah diri dan tidak sombong diri.

Tiada dendam

Ketujuh; Jika tempatnya diambilalih oleh orang lain atau ditempati oleh benda lain, anjing akan berpindah ke tempat lain tanpa merasa marah atau menaruh dendam.

Ini adalah sama dengan sifat orang-orang soleh yang sentiasa redha dengan bahagiannya yang ditentukan oleh Allah s.w.t.

Khusyuk

Kelapan; Jika anjing dipukul, dihalau atau dibaling dengan benda-benda yang menyakitkan, ia menerimanya dengan hati terbuka. Tidak ada perasaan dendam kesumat terhadap perkara-perkara yang telah berlalu.

Sifat ini adalah sama dengan sifat orang-orang yang khusyuk.

Redha rezeki Allah

Kesembilan; jika anjing melihat manusia makan, ia melihat sahaja dari jauh, tidak meminta-minta atau mengganggu. Jika diberi, ia makan. Jika tidak diberi makan, ia akan berdiam sahaja.

Ini adalah sama dengan sifat orang-orang miskin yang redha akan pemberian rezeki oleh Allah s.w.t.

Istiqamah

Kesepuluh; jika anjing berjalan atau pergi dari tempat asalnya, ia tidak menoleh ke belakang dan terus berjalan.

Ini adalah sama dengan sifat orang-orang susah yang istiqamah mencari keredhaan Allah s.w.t.

Demikianlah sepuluh sifat mulia yang ada pada makhluk yang kita gelar anjing dan Hasan al-Basri menyifatkannya sebagai bersamaan dengan sifat-sifat yang dimiliki oleh orang-orang yang soleh.


Berbalik kepada isu penangkapan blogger Penarik Beca tadi, saya fikir Musa Hassan telah tersalah tafsir atau tidak pernah diberitahu akan kemulian anjing sebagaimana yang dinyatakan oleh ulama besar itu.

Jelas Musa Hassan dan juak-juaknya telah tersalah tafsir dan menyangka gambar anjing di logo PDRM itu sebagai menghina dan menghasut sesuai dengan fahamannya bahawa anjing itu najis, kotor, patuh membuta tuli dan sebagainya.

Jika Musa Hassan berlapang dada dan merujuk kepada mufti-mufti atau ulama-ulama yang jujur, saya fikir tidak mungkin polis akan melokapkan Penarik Beca apatahlagi mengenakan dakwaan menghasut ke atas beliau.

Bagi kita yang turut tersalah sangka bahawa blogger ini bertujuan menghina polis, marilah kita sama-sama beristighfar dan memohon maaf kepada blogger Penarik Beca.

Atas kejahilan sendiri, kita tidak tersedar bahawa Penarik Beca sedang berdakwah dengan menggunakan gambar anjing supaya kita menteladani kemuliaan dan kesolehan makhluk-makhluk yang kita gelar anjing itu.

Terima kasih Penarik Beca dan saya memohon maaf atas kejahilan ini. Saya akan berusaha mengambil iktibar dari sifat-sifat mulia anjing itu walaupun saya tidak pernah membela seekor anjing pun di kediaman saya. Semoga dakwah saudara turut terkesan dan berjaya melembutkan hati Musa Hassan dan anggota-anggota polis yang berada di bawah kekuasaannya.

-Bulan Penuh 2012

Have we reached the end of the road for oil?

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LONDON, Aug 10 — With the oil price apparently in full retreat, it is tempting to breathe a sigh of relief. After soaring to an all-time high of more than US$147 (RM485.00) a barrel in mid-July, the cost of crude has dropped by nearly US$30 in the last four weeks.

Although the price is still more than 10 times higher than a decade ago, some analysts are now talking of a "tipping point'', predicting a continued slide to US$90 a barrel. So why has a commodity that until recently seemed like a one-way bet suddenly gone into reverse? And having helped push the economy to the brink of recession is the oil shock over, or merely in remission?

One thing is almost universally agreed upon: the recent slump is not due to the bursting of a speculative bubble. Opec, the 13-member cartel that produces 40 per cent of the world's oil, has long claimed that the steep rise in price was not justified by "fundamentals'', blaming it squarely on speculators.

But few others believed that. Yes, hedge funds have poured billions of dollars into oil futures contracts, but a recent report by the International Energy Agency concluded that this was largely a result of the price rise, rather than a cause.

Instead, the driving factors are to be found not in the financial markets, but in the real world. It is endlessly reported that the demand for oil in Asian countries has soared since the turn of the century, and that China's thirst has been especially prodigious.

What is less realised is that global oil production has been essentially stagnant, at around 86 million barrels a day, since early 2005.

Despite soaring demand, production outside of Opec has been persistently disappointing, as international oil companies struggle to maintain production from ageing fields. Opec itself has been unwilling - or unable - to raise its output.

So, for the last three years, global oil supply has been a zero-sum game. With supply fixed, and the East consuming ever more, the price had to rise high enough to force the West to consume less.

And that is exactly what happened: overall oil consumption in developed countries has fallen for two years in a row.

The price rise was further fuelled by the fact that consumers in many Asian countries are protected by hefty subsidies. China is estimated to have spent US$40 billion on fuel subsidies in the last year, and Indonesia US$20 billion, so their people could afford to consume more fuel even as the oil price rocketed.

The same is true in Opec countries such as Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Venezuela, where subsidies keep fuel costs at mere pennies a litre.

But two things have now changed. Saudi Arabia, the only country in Opec with spare production capacity, has finally yielded to international pleas and raised its output, announcing increases of 300,000 barrels per day in June, and a further 200,000 in July.

At the same time, the industrialised world is no longer simply economising on oil, but plunging into outright recession as a result of the credit crunch and the oil price spike - signalling further future cuts in demand.

In the US, the world's biggest oil consumer, motorists are driving fewer miles and deserting gas-guzzling SUVs in droves, leading to a collapse in sales at car-makers such as Ford - which recently announced stunning losses of US$9 billion for the three months to the end of June. In May this year, US demand for fuel dropped to 19.7 million barrels a day - almost a million barrels less than last year.

In Britain, where the price of unleaded has jumped from around 85p a litre 18 months ago to 112p now, drivers are also cutting back.

Yesterday, it was reported that dealers were refusing to accept petrol-thirsty 4x4s in the second-hand market: they cost so much to refuel that they are worth more as scrap.

A recent survey by National Express showed that more than 60 per cent of motorists had cut their annual mileage and were considering greater use of public transport. In Spain, the government has announced a plan to cut oil imports by 10 per cent a year and impose a 50mph speed limit on dual carriageways.

In Asia, too, there are signs of a slowdown. A survey released last week showed that in July, China's manufacturing sector contracted for the first time since 2005.

"China's economic growth has shown a drastic deterioration lately, which is much faster and worse than many people's expectations,'' said Lan Xue, an analyst at Citibank Asia. South Korean oil consumption has been falling for eight months, while Japanese imports have recently fallen for the first time in nine months.

As these countries' budgets come under increasing strain, many are reducing subsidies on fuel - which in turn magnifies the effect of the downturn. In China, the authorities have raised fuel prices by 18 per cent, in Indonesia by almost 30 per cent, and Malaysia by more than 40 per cent.

This ought to reduce future demand, although some analysts warn that in a country like China, where motorists often have to queue for several hours to fill up anyway, it may not make much difference.

Although the oil price may have peaked for now, the impacts of its meteoric rise will continue to be felt. In Britain, prices at the pump should start to fall by the end of the summer, according to the Petrol Retailers Association.

But the impact on energy bills is likely to persist: when British Gas recently raised gas prices by 35 per cent and electricity by 9 per cent, hoisting the average annual bill of its 16 million customers to over £1,300 (a £400 increase), it was a direct consequence of the oil price.

With North Sea gas production in steep decline, Britain is increasingly dependent on imports from Europe, where the price of gas is contractually linked to oil. Since about 40 per cent of Britain's electricity is generated from gas, power prices are also indirectly determined by the price of crude.

As a result, one of the Government's most cherished targets - to abolish fuel poverty among vulnerable households by 2010 - looks unlikely to be achieved.

Instead, campaigners say the number of fuel-poor households - those forced to spend more than 10 per cent of their income on energy bills - will soar to six million by Christmas.

Rising energy prices are not only driving the economy into recession, but also fuelling inflation, which is running at 3.8 per cent, almost double the Bank of England's target.

This creates a major dilemma for policymakers: whether to raise interest rates to curb rising prices, or cut them to stave off the economic downturn. If they get it wrong, there is a danger of both problems becoming entrenched - a return to the stagflation of the Seventies, but even worse.

Amid such gloom, it may be surprising that most analysts continue to predict high oil prices. Barclays Capital forecasts a range of US$115-US$140 a barrel, while Goldman Sachs and CIBC predict US$200 in the next few years. Although the outlook for oil demand might be poor, the prospects for supply could be worse.

"The uncertainty on the supply side is even more than the possibility of softening demand,'' said Shokri Ghanem, head of Libya's Opec delegation.

This is not simply because of political events, such as this week's Kurdish attack on the million-barrel-a-day Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan pipeline in Turkey, but because of geological constraints.

Contrary to the sanguine view put forward by Martin Vander Weyer in these pages yesterday, the facts are stark: the world has been discovering less for the last 40 years; for every barrel we discover we consume three; output is in terminal decline in 60 of the 98 oil-producing countries; and hundreds of billions of dollars in investment since the turn of the century have failed to stem declining production at many of the world's biggest oil companies.

As a result, it is widely agreed that oil production in the non-Opec world will "peak'' - reach its maximum possible level - within two years, if it has not already done so. This means that the huge profits being made by multi-nationals such as Shell or ExxonMobil may turn out to be their last hurrah.

"The days of the international oil companies are coming to a glorious end,'' said Fatih Birol, chief economist of the International Energy Agency, last month.

"Their reserves are declining and they will have difficulty accessing new ones.''

Unfortunately, this means that the global oil supply will soon depend on Opec as never before. Many analysts suspect that the Opec countries, which claim to hold three quarters of known reserves, have been exaggerating their size for decades - in other words, they too will soon reach the physical limits of production.

But even if they can raise output, they may have little incentive do so. Creating additional production capacity would cost them billions, for which their reward would presumably be a lower oil price. That might not seem a bargain to them. On the other hand, if they do nothing, the oil price will recover upon any return to economic growth.

Our future seems to hold an unpalatable Hobson's choice: recession or a soaring oil price. Which would you prefer?

-TMI

Anwar turns 61 on the campaign trail

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Anwar is contesting the seat vacated by his wife Dr Wan Azizah. — Picture by Choo Choy May.
CHEROK TOK KUN, Aug 10 — Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim turned 61 today on the campaign trail in his political hometown Cherok Tok Kun, part of his old parliamentary seat Permatang Pauh, where he will start contesting in a by-election in six days.

The by-election is another chapter in his tumultuous career that saw him rise to within a heartbeat of being prime minister, only to be sacked, beaten and jailed, and then return triumphantly to lead Malaysia's resurgent opposition.

He launched his election campaign last night in nearby Seberang Jaya with his Ceramah Perdana Menuju Putrajaya, an allusion to his bid to win the Permatang Pauh seat and then make his way to Putrajaya and be prime minister by his self-imposed deadline of Sept 16 or Malaysia Day.

Despite being charged with another count of sodomy, the same charge he was convicted of 10 years ago before being acquitted, Anwar is confident he can seize power after the historic March elections that denied the Barisan Nasional its customary two-thirds parliamentary majority and a further loss of four states.

This morning, he performed prayers at the nearby Masjid An-Nadhoh seeking blessings for a victory that no one doubts on polling day on Aug 26. Politicians from both sides of the divide agree Anwar will win but wonder about the majority. His former mentor-turned-nemesis Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad agreed as much.

"At the moment, I don't see any (candidates), certainly from the BN. Anwar is going to win. What will be interesting is the margin. Whether it is bigger or less than what he obtained previously," Dr Mahathir told Bernama in Kuala Terengganu yesterday.

But the charismatic former deputy prime minister is looking beyond Permatang Pauh and said he has enough lawmakers from the BN to form the government. That will only happen after he returns to Parliament on Aug 27, he claimed.

He will have two weeks to stitch the deal notwithstanding his next court appearance for his sodomy trial on Sept 10. Anwar has denied the charges and accused the government of being behind the allegations made by Mohamad Saiful Bukhari Azlan, 23, a former male aide whom he claims is just a mere volunteer and a coffee boy

As Malaysians look on to see him make good his boast of finally becoming prime minister, they will also brace themselves for a re-run of the lurid trial a decade ago that sent him to jail for six years on sodomy and corruption charges.

He was at his peak then, rising to prominence as a radical Islamic student leader who was embraced by Dr Mahathir, the strongman of Malaysian politics who ruled for more than two decades until 2003.

Politics is a family affair for Anwar and Dr Wan Azizah.
He enjoyed a meteoric rise in Umno, which leads the multi-racial coalition that has dominated Malaysian politics since independence from Britain half a century ago.

After joining the party in 1982, he was elected chief of its influential Youth wing two years later and then ascended to the post of deputy president, second only to his mentor Dr Mahathir.

He served in various portfolios, including sports, agriculture and education, before in 1991 becoming a celebrated finance minister and then deputy premier two years later.

Anwar was acknowledged as heir apparent to the ageing Dr Mahathir, but in 1998 as Asian economies were toppling amid the regional financial crisis, a power struggle bubbled over.

Dr Mahathir had become infuriated by Anwar's calls for reform, and an end to corruption and nepotism that had become entrenched in Malaysia during his long rule.

In quick succession, Anwar was sacked, hit with the sodomy and corruption charges, and brought into court with a black eye after a beating from the police chief.

The stunning fall from grace, widely seen both in Malaysia and abroad as politically motivated, triggered massive protests in scenes never witnessed in a country where a tight lid is kept on dissent.

Anwar was sent to jail and finally released in 2004 when the sodomy charge was overturned by the nation's highest court. He emerged in poor health, spending several years recuperating and working as an academic.

By 2007, however, he was making skirmishes on to the political scene, campaigning for the Parti Keadilan Rakyat formally headed by his wife, Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Ismail, who was thrust into the political limelight when he went to jail.

In March this year, against all predictions except his own, Anwar led a three-party opposition alliance to astonishing victories in the general election, seizing five states and a third of parliamentary seats.

The unprecedented results, and his boasts shortly after that he was poised to seize power, shook the ruling elite to the core. Several of the coalition parties were obliterated and Umno faced calls for sweeping reforms.

Politics is a family affair for Anwar. His wife Dr Wan Azizah, a petite, Irish-trained doctor, has been in Parliament since 1999, in the Permatang Pauh electorate in Anwar's home state of Penang.

They have six children, five of them girls, and their 27-year-old daughter Nurul Izzah was elected to Parliament in the landmark March elections. — Agencies

-TMI

Why Samy withdraw RM14.40million?

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The story maybe Old but the man behind it still controlling Malaysian Indians live hood by rearing touts and gangsters. Maika, which was launched with much hype and hope as an economic vehicle and a miracle to lift the poor Indian from the shackles of poverty is the best classical example of this untouchable man’s achievement.

The urge in very Indian to uplift their community Late Tan Sri V Manickavasagam mooted the idea of forming Maika Holdings which taken up by SamyVelu. Trusting SamyVelu poor Indians mortgaged all their life time savings to subscribe Maika Shares. The company that by 1984 raised RM106 million from almost 66,400 shareholders with Dato’ Seri S Samy Vellu ,MIC president as largest individual shareholder with almost 2.8 million shares.

The amount invested in Maika was even larger than that obtained by the MCA’s Multi-Purpose Holdings when the company commenced business. Multi-Purpose Holdings Berhad is listed in Bursa Malaysia with turnover of RM 3.2 billion recorded in November 2007. Any news from Maika on their 2007 performance?

What happen to Maika ? Why Samy appoint his Son as the Chairman? Why thugs present at every Maika’s AGM ? Why Samy answering questions not the Board of Directors or Management? And much more ?

Let’s start to find some possible answers by asking :

Why did Samy Velu Current Account withdraw RM 14.40million from his Bank Of Commerce (now CIMB Bank ) on 04/04/1992 and how did he manage to cover up overdrawn by deposit over RM15.00 million within 15days time .

Does a Minister earn approximately RM 1.00 million per day?

Here is the said Bank Statement :

Leave a side economical value, Imagine what the RM14.4 million built worth for the community, at least 4 brand new tamil primary schools with full teaching aids that able to educate over 7000 pupils during last 15 years.

In terms of economical value:

-to be continue

-mpkapar

Jawapan Kepada Artikel Polis Pencen di Tranung Kite

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Ini adalah tulisan menjawab percubaan Polis Pencen untuk menfitnah dan memburukkan imej saya. Tulisan tersebut " Awasi Musuh PAS dan Musuh Pakatan Rakyat".

Saya ada membaca artikel dari penulis bernama Polis Pencen yang cuba memperleceh tulisan saya dan cuba memfitnah saya. Saya bercadang untuk menerima cabaran ini dan membuktikan kebenaran tulisan saya. Jawapan saya adalah mengikut bahagian.

Tapi yang jelas bagi saya adalah PolisPecen kemungkinan besar tergolong dari “fraksi UMNO” yang menyokong PAS masuk ke BN. Ini kerana pemimpin kesayangan beliau adalah salah seorang dari fraksi UMNO dlm PAS yang menyatakan bahawa kemasukan PAS dalam BN adalah syariee atas nama “Akhafu Darurain”.

Sebelum saya menyambung lagi, tidak sedarkah Polis Pencen bahawa disebabkan oleh angkara Fraksi UMNO ini, Tuan Guru Haji Hadi telah terjebak di dalam penipuan. Sila rujuk kenyataan ini.

Saya yakin Tuan Guru kemungkinan tidak tahu pun ada perbincangan ini semasa kenyataan ini dibuat. Tapi rakyat umum melihat akan ini sebagai satu penipuan. Kasihan Tuan Guru Presiden kerana dimangsakan oleh puak-puak yang rakus dan tamak ini.

Dan nampaknya si Polis Pencen ini pun tak terlepas dari menipu dan saya akan tunjukkan di dalam beberapa contoh di bawah:

Bahagian #1:

Polis Pencen(PP) berkata:

Soalan saya mengapa PAS tidak diwakili oleh Timbalan Presiden ataupun Presiden sendiri? Benarkah pendapat ramai bahawa isu Muzakarah PAS-UMNO ini telah selesai? Sekiranya perkara ini telah selesai, mengapa sehingga sekarang tiada kenyataan rasmi dari Presiden PAS ataupun Timbalan Presiden PAS? Sedangkan Presiden PAS telah mengeluarkan kenyataan berkaitan dengan forum "Memeluk Islam" anjuran Majlis Peguam Malaysia yang boleh dibaca di [sini].

Ini menunjukkan si penulis ini berniat jahat. Semua orang tahu Musryidul Am PAS, Presiden dan beberapa orang Majlis Syura Ulama telah membuat perjumpaan di kediaman Musryidul Am PAS dan Mursyidul Am PAS sendiri telah membuat kenyataan”

Jawapan: Di sini, Polis Pencen telah tersilap faham. Para di atas adalah dalam konteks SOKONGAN KEPADA ANWAR IBRAHIM BERTANDING DI PERMATANG PAUH. Bukan bermubahalah atau berbincang. Takda kena mengena walau sedikit pun.

Sehingga hari ini, TIADA KENYATAAN dari Presiden atau Timbalan Presiden menyokong usaha Anwar Ibrahim. Saya mempersoalkan mengapa tiada kenyataan walaupun satu dari Presiden atau Timbalan Presiden.

Tidakkah ini satu tindakan yang kontra dengan semangat Pakatan Rakyat. Sedangkan selepas election terdahulu, Ketua UMNO Bahagian Bukit Bendera telah bertemu Anwar kononya hendak mempertemukan beliau dengan Pak Lah. Anwar Ibrahim dengan jelas meminta supaya sekiranya ada pertemuan, mestilah melibatkan Presiden PAS dan Lim Kit Siang.

Bahagian #2: Polis Pencen sekali lagi membelit kenyataan saya dengan berkata

“Hati kecil saya mula mempersoalkan siapakah dia si Tulang Besi. Petikan di bawah ini memberikan gambaran sedikit sebanyak siapakah dia dan dia memang tidak suka PAS membuat bantahan kepada Majlis Peguam dalam Isu "Forum Agama Islam"

Jawapan : Sedar atau tidak Polis Pencen memfitnah saya dengan berkata “ …dia memang tidak suka PAS membuat bantahan…”

Sedangkan saya telah menulis dengan jelas dan terang “Saya menyokong tindakan memprotes forum ini, tapi saya rasa lebih baik kita senyap dan tidak beri publisiti kepada majlis ini”

Adakah Polis Pencen mempunyai IQ yang begitu rendah sehingga tidak dapat membezakan antara persetujuan dengan memilih kaedah yang terbaik untuk membunuh musuh? Kiranya kita biar sahaja puak-puak ni membuat forum mereka, tiada apa yang untung kepada mereka pun dan kita tetap dengan kita.

Saya sudah berpengalaman lebih 20 tahun berhujjah dengan puak2 liberal. Saya tahu “modus operandi” mereka. Mereka memang suka kontroversi dan mereka memang dahagakan publisiti. Sekiranya kita memberi mereka publisiti seperti sekarang ini, sokongan tumpuan mereka yakni orang bukan Islam akan lebih kuat menyokong mereka. Lebih baik biarkan mereka diam-diam kerana mereka nanti akan kelihatan sebagai kera sumbang. Sebab itu saya mampu berhadapan dengan Haris Ibrahim.

Juga, dengan protes yang terbaru, maka UMNO telah berjaya menyebar perasaan takut kepada PAS dan Pakatan Rakyat di kalangan rakyat bukan Islam. Sedangkan kita tahu Bar Council dibelakang mereka adalah Zainah Anwar dan puak-puak yang rapat dengan Pejabat PM. Dan mereka telah buat benda ni lama dah bukan skrg demi kepentingan UMNO/BN.

Dan Polis Pencen dipersilakan membaca artikel saya yang terbaru: “How Could BAR Council Be So Stupid??

Sila baca kenyataan penuh saya dibawah yang telah diputar belit oleh Polis Pencen.

“Kenapa tiada kenyataan dari Presiden PAS atau Timbalan Presiden PAS berkaitan sokongan PAS kepada Anwar Ibrahim untuk menjadi Ketua Pembangkang sekiranya beliau menang? (Saya menyokong tindakan memprotes forum ini, tapi saya rasa lebih baik kita senyap dan tidak beri publisiti kepada majlis ini. Majlis Peguam dipenuhi dengan mereka2 yang liberal dan tidak tahu apa yang menguntungkan Malaysia dan apa yang merugikan Malaysia. Buktinya, tiada siapa dalam Majlis Peguam mempunyai pengetahuan berkaitan ekonomi. Ertinya mereka jahil tapi mereka rasa mereka pandai). “

Ingin saya ingtkan Polis Pencen, saya generasi kedua PAS. Kalau nak banding ke “PAS” an saya dengan Polis Pencen, silap-silap langit dengan bumi. Saya dilatih oleh PAS untuk merujuk kepada ilmu dan hujjah dan tidak mengikut secara membuta tuli sesiapa sahaja dalam hal berkaitan agama.


Polis Pencen adalah dari mazhab bahawa setiap ulama adalah maksum dan ijtihad mereka semua 100% benar dan tiada salah. Polis Pencen ini lebih rapat dengan Syiah tampaknhya. Itu bukan tarbiyyah PAS yang saya dapat.

Bahagian #3: Polis Pencen menuduh saya memfitnah Datuk Harun Din

Ataupun kerana Timbalan Presiden merasa malu kerana pada satu waktu beliau telah cuba untuk menemukan Saiful Bukhari dengan Dato’ Harun Din? Malang kepada Ustaz Nasa, Ustaz Harun Din telah tidak mahu terlibat dalam konspirasi ini. Saya minta Ustaz Nasa bersumpah maklumat ini tidak benar, dan saya dengan senang hati akan menarik balik maklumat ini dari blog saya dan akan meminta maaf.

Kalau Ustaz Nasa boleh bersumpah tak pernah berjumpa dgn Najib, silalah bersumpah sekali lagi membuktikan maklumat ini tidak benar. Oleh kerana sumber maklumat ini adalah dari mereka berkedudukan tinggi dalam parti, maka saya berpegang dengan maklumat ini

Silaplah Polis Pencen sebab mewarwarkan maklumat ini. Skrg ia telah jadi maklumat awam.


Bahagian #4:Polis Pencen berkata:

“Auww dia dapat daripada maklumat sumber yang agak tinggi! Macam mana si Tulang Besi begitu mudah dapat berkawan dengan mereka hight class dalam UMNO?”

Jawapan saya: Majoriti maklumat saya adalah dari sumber dalaman PAS sendiri. Jadi, tak perlulah Polis Pencen takut.

Saya nak tanya, perjumpaan2 rahsia dengan UMNO, bukankah ianya telah disahkan oleh sumber UMNO sendiri yakni Pak Lah sehingga Presiden dan Timbalan Presiden terpaksa mengaku? Dan Presiden dan Timbalan Presiden bukan setakat mengaku tetapi terpaksa juga mengaku mereka telah berbohong?

Dengan pengakuan Presiden dan Timbalan Presiden itu, bermakna sumber UMNO adalah sumber yang jitu dan boleh dipakai.

Dengan kata lain, bukan saya seorang sahaja yang mengesahkan sumber UMNO, Presiden dan Timbalan Presiden juga begitu. (Rujuk “PAS mengakui bertemu Perdana Menteri)

Bahagian #5: Polis Pencen berkata:

Tulang Besi berusaha menulis dan menyebar maklumat seolah-olah wujud ketidak percayaan Presiden dan Timbalan Presiden PAS terhadap Anwar Ibrahim.

Jika kita perhatikan mula-mula isu liwat, Presiden PAS Dato' Seri Haji Abdul Hadi dengan jelas dan tegas dalam kenyataannya meminta pihak yang menuduh membawa empat saksi. Kenyataan Presiden PAS pada awalnya bercanggah dengan Mursyidul Am dan Mufti Perlis yang meminta diadakan Muballah”

Jawapan: Saya minta tunjukkan di mana kenyataan tersebut boleh didapati? Kenyataan yang terdekat adalah dibawah yang diambil dari interview dgn Harakahdaily:

Dakwaan liwat terhadap Dato' Seri Anwar. Adakah ia mengganggu Pakatan Rakyat atau PAS?

Saya tidak mahu kerja-kerja politik diganggu oleh isu-isu berkait dengan masalah individu. Masalah individu diselesaikan secara masalahnya sendiri. Oleh kerana itu saya lebih bersetuju supaya masalah itu diselesaikan di mahkamah yang adil. Kalau Mahkamah Sivil tidak boleh selesai, mestilah dibawa ke Mahkamah Syariah. Yang cara bersumpah (mubahalah) ini, (perlu) sekiranya tidak ada mahkamah.”

Ada atau tidak Tuan Guru Presiden menyatakan tentangan atau simpati dengan Anwar Ibrahim kerana difitnah meliwat? Kalau ada silalah tunjukkan kepada saya.

Penutup: Polis Pencen mesti faham niat pendedahan yang saya buat ini. Semuanya bertujuan memastikan fraksi UMNO di dalam PAS tidak berjaya di dalam usaha mereka untuk membawa PAS ke dalam Barisan Nasional. Itu sahaja.

Kalau orang kata maklumat saya takda bukti, dahulu pun Bakaq@Penarik Beca dituduh menipu dan mendapat maklumat dari UMNO. Tapi akhirnya terbukti juga.

Dan maklumat yang saya pegang ini pun, “in time” akan terbukti kesahihannya. Dan saya pula bukan jenis yang mudah ditipu dan hanya bergantung kepada kenyataan rasmi sahaja. Saya melihat kepada konsistensi dan setakat ini Presiden dan Timbalan Presiden takda pun kata mereka akan membantu Anwar di Permatang Pauh. Ada tak?

-Tulang Besi