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Thursday, October 23, 2014

EDISI BIAR GAMBAR BERBICARA ... SUASANA LITTLE INDIA YANG MENJIJIKKAN ... MOHON AZMIN "JOKOWI" ALI BUAT TERJAHAN .. NAK HARAPKAN AMK KLANG JANGAN HARAPLAH.


Terkejut besar betul apabila menerima 3 keping gambar mengenai keadaan Little India, Klang ketika menyambut Hari Deepavali semalam .. Sampah sarap bersepah merata-rata dipercayai berpunca dari perangai para peniaga di sepanjang jalan berkenaan sempena Hari Deepavali.

Harap Dato' Menteri Besar Selangor YAB Azmin "Jokowi" Ali turun padang membuat terjahan sebab kalau nak harapkan budak-budak hingusan dari AMK Klang buat kerja jangan nak mimpilah melainkan Azmin sendiri turun dan mereka akan berbondong ikut belakang berlagak macam perihatin konon.

Dah sebulan Azmin jadi Menteri Besar Selangor, langsung tidak nampak muka AMK Klang turun padang bantu masalah rakyat .. paling contoh terbaik kes ribut besar Pandamaran, Klang kelmarin ... langsung tiada seorang pun budak-budak AMK dari ketua sampailah ke anggota biasa turun membantu mangsa-mangsa ribut .. nampak muka sikit Ketua AMK Klang datang mengekori Azmin ketika MB turun padang meninjau keadaan.

Hari itu nampaklah eskot Exco YB Amiruddin Sahri tinjau stadium hoki... itulah kualiti yang ada pada AMK Klang kini .. tiada langsung berjiwa perihatin rakyat.

Patutlah anak-anak muda menjauhkan diri dari PKR sebab melihat gelagat dan perangai AMK terutamanya dari Klang bersikap hipokrit dan munafik.

KEBENARAN ITU PAHIT .. KEADILAN ITU PERIT ... PERJUANGAN ITU SAKIT... RAKYAT BENCI KEZALIMAN, PENIPUAN DAN FITNAH .. PEMIMPIN YANG BONGKAK, SOMBONG DAN ANGKUH AKAN DI TOLAK.

Jawapan UAI Terhadap Fitnah Video Seks



Status : Dinafikan Oleh Pihak UAI
Mula Disebar : 22 Okt 2014
Tarikh Penafian : 23 Okt 2014

Sejak dari semalam, kita digemparkan dengan penyebaran video skandal yang kononnya mengaitkan seorang pendakwah tempatan yang terkenal iaitu Ustaz Azhar Idrus atau UAI. Keratan gambar dan video terlibat melihatkan seorang lelaki yang mirip Ustaz Azhar bersama seorang wanita.

Bagaimanapun, pembantu UAI, Zulkifli Wahab sudah tampil untuk memberi keterangan mengenai perkara terbabit. Menurut Zulkifli, video terbabit adalah usaha terancang dari pihak tertentu untuk menjatuhkan golongan ulama selain cuba untuk menggagalkan usaha penyebaran dakwah di dalam kalangan umat Islam di negara ini.

Menerusi Harian Metro, berikut adalah kenyataan dari Zulkifli mengenai perkara ini :

"Bukan... jangan percaya.. itu adalah usaha terancang pihak tertentu untuk menjatuhkan bukan saja UAI tetapi juga golongan ulama di negara ini.

“Kebelakangan ini seperti sudah wujud trend untuk menjatuhkan golongan ustaz dan ulama ini.

"Ini kerana pihak yang berkenaan seperti tidak senang duduk apabila melihat masyarakat Islam di Malaysia sekarang semakin suka dan rajin ke majlis ilmu hingga program ceramah agama dan dakwah sudah menjadi fenomena sekarang.

"Justeru, pihak tertentu sengaja merancang usaha kotor ini untuk menjatuhkan ulama dan memesongkan akidah umat Islam di negara ini.

"Ia termasuklah program 'I Want To Touch A Dog' di ibu kota baru-baru ini.

“Mereka akan buat apa saja untuk merosakkan umat Islam," katanya ketika dihubungi di sini, hari ini.

Menurut Zulkifli juga, UAI tidak langsung terjejas dengan penyebaran video itu dan masih lagi akan meneruskan program ceramahnya seperti biasa. - SiakapKeli.com

3 reps from PKR, 2 from DAP tried to 'BETRAY' Azizah - Chegubard demands action

3 reps from PKR, 2 from DAP tried to 'BETRAY' Azizah - Chegubard demands action
Suspended PKR member Badrul Hisham Shaharin has demanded the party take action against PKR assemblypersons whom he said "betrayed" party president Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail in the Selangor MB crisis.
He claimed that three assemblypersons from PKR and two from DAP had prepared statutory declarations (SD) retracting their support for Wan Azizah to become the menteri besar.
However, the former PKR supreme council member declined to show proof or name the individuals involved, until PKR commits to taking stern action if these allegations are proven true.
"If PKR can deal with undisciplined leaders who do not follow the party’s directives, why did PKR need to sack (former menteri besar) Abdul Khalid Ibrahim on grounds that he does not follow the party’s orders?
"Does PKR practice two sets of rules – one for normal members and one for those who are special?" the activist better known as Chegubard asked at a press conference today.
PKR had nominated Wan Azizah for the MB post but gave support to deputy president Azmin Ali after she withdrew her nomination.
Wan Azizah withdrew her nomination after the Selangor palace picked Azmin for the job. -M'kini

TWISTED LOGIC: Govt not racist, we just want the majority to advance - Ahmad Maslan

TWISTED LOGIC: Govt not racist, we just want the majority to advance - Ahmad Maslan
Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak's emphasis on the bumiputera agenda during Budget 2015 is not because it's a racist government, said Deputy Finance Minister Ahmad Maslan.
This is to address the bumiputera population which is set to increase to 70 percent in 2020.
The government feels that only if bumiputeras advance, can Malaysia develop, he explained.
"We do not have the intention of being racist. We do not want this issue to arise," he said.
He was speaking at a briefing on GST to some 700 civil servants in Bangi, Selangor.
"However, Malaysia can only advance when 70 percent of its population advances."
"Others (non-bumiputera), they work hard and have managed to move forward, but the 70 percent still lags behind, with most still staying in villages," Ahmad said.
'Rich Chinese, non-bumis reproduce less'
He said that the bumiputera’s composition increased following a drop in the reproduction rate among Chinese and non-bumiputera families when they get rich.
The bumiputera meanwhile maintained three to six children in a family.
Najib has underlined the bumiputera agenda as one of the seven strategies in his budget speech, and announced plans to help the bumiputera.
Najib said the target of 30 percent bumiputera equity has yet to be achieved, and that the effective control over corporations was only 10 percent.
In his Ahmad also took the opportunity to lambast the ‘Rakyat Hakim Negara’ (People the judge of the nation) campaign being held in solidarity with the opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim's sodomy appeal in federal court next week.
He said that it was Anwar as the former finance minister who first proposed the new tax system.
"When you talk about 'Rakyat Hakim Negara’, that has only happened during national polls.
"But on a personal issue (like sodomy II trial), you have to take responsibility in your own capacity, there is no need to involve the rest of the people," said Ahmad, who is also the Umno information chief.
He cautioned the people who were urged to flood the federal court in Oct 28, Anwar's final appeal to Federal Court.
"Read the judgement of three judges from Court of Appeal, read it. This was the only judgement in the world that I read to find out (the reason of five-year sentence,)" he said, urging them to understand the reason of the judgement before supporting Anwar.
He said he hoped there won't be any chaos on the hearing of Anwar's appeal at Palace of Justice, Putrajaya. -M'kini

SHAFIE-ZAHIDA SCANDAL BLOWS UP: All-out war as actress' ex-driver charged for CBT

SHAFIE-ZAHIDA SCANDAL BLOWS UP: All-out war as actress' ex-driver charged for CBT
The former driver of actress Zahida Mohamed Rafiq, was today charged at the Ampang Sessions Court with criminal breach of trust, after the police tried to disrupt him in giving his testimony two days ago at the Kuala Lumpur High Court.
Noor Azman Azemi, 40, who is now a taxi driver, claimed trial to a charge of CBT of RM200,000 of Zahida's money which is entrusted on him to deposit in her personal account.
The incident happened at the actress’ home in Lorong Kempas 2, Kampung Melayu, Ampang at about 11.30am on Feb 29, 2012.
Noor Azman is represented by lawyer Eric Paulsen.
He had previously testified during his suit on the actress that she had an alleged affair with Rural Development Minister Shafie Apdal and that Zahida had not given him the money.
Noor Azman said he was only asked to deposit a RM120,000 cheque into Zahida's account.
Noor Azman is let off on a RM20,000 bail and two sureties. He is also asked to surrender his passport.
If found guilty, Noor Azman stands to face a maximum jail term of 10 years' and caning and fine.
Previously it was reported that Justice Hue Siew Kheng had asked the police not to disrupt the trial she was presiding by arresting Noor Azman.
Justice Hue asked police that Noor Azman only be arrested after he had given testimony.
Noor Azman's lawyer in the civil proceeding, Latheefa Koya, had complained that the police and attorney general chambers action is akin to intimidation on her client as the warrant was issued in July 14 and the police wanted to made the arrest as he was testifying.
Shafie had denied in 2012 that he had a relationship with the actress. -M'kini

Najib warned: Beware of Jokowi effect

If Malaysia refuses to open up and become a true meritocracy, neighbouring countries might steal away investments and industries.
jokowi300KUALA LUMPUR: Everyone, it seems, is charmed by Joko “Jokowi” Widodo, who was sworn in this week as President of Indonesia.
The near euphoria with which the international press has greeted the rise of this “man of the people” is reminiscent of Barack Obama’s election to the US Presidency in 2008. Despite it’s being too early to tell, he has been hailed as the new face for Indonesian democracy and the answer to his countrymen’s hunger for reform.
This week, at least two press articles have drawn a contrast between Jokowi and Malaysia’s own Najib Abdul Razak, to the Malaysian Prime Minister’s detriment.
The Sydney Morning Herald, in an article appearing on Tuesday, said Malaysia was regressing towards authoritarianism while Indonesia appeared to be strengthening its democracy.
In his column today, Bloomberg’s William Pesek warns Najib that he has to watch out for the “Jokowi effect” that might spread to Indonesia’s neighbours.
“Even as hopes rise that Indonesia might finally achieve its true growth potential, Malaysia seems consumed by petty political infighting and religious small-mindedness,” he said.
Citing the alleged persecution of Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim, Umno’s opposition to the Octoberfest celebration and the controversy over the recent touch-a-dog event, Pesek said Malaysia should not let itself get “bogged down in such side issues”.
He said Najib had expanded Barisan Nasional’s pro-bumiputera programme instead of scaling it back to increase Malaysia’s competitiveness.
“Malaysian leaders should be striving to improve the investment climate through stronger corporate governance, and expanding education and training to raise productivity,” he said.
“Subsidies for state-connected companies need to be scaled back and eventually eliminated.”
He added: “Malaysians should remember that globalization enables all economies to grow quickly. If their country refuses to open up and become a true meritocracy — the kind of place where a figure like Jokowi could come to power through the ballot box — neighbours like Indonesia and the Philippines will steal away investment and industries.
“Then the problems they’re focusing on today won’t seem so large.”

Three charged with bid to support IS

Accused tried to enter Syria through Istanbul to become members of the terrorist group.
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SEPANG: Three men were charged in the Sessions Court here today with attempting to give support to the Islamic State militant group (IS) by taking a flight to Istanbul, Turkey.
Architect Mohd Syafrein Rasid, 26, from Kuantan, Pahang; businessman Mohd Rosmadi Che Daud, 42, from Ipoh, Perak, and engineer Mohamad Yusoffe Ishak, 26, from Arau, Perlis, are alleged to have taken the Qatar Airways flight from KL International Airport (KLIA) to Istanbul to become members of the terrorist group.
They are charged with committing the offence at the Immigration counter, KLIA Departure Hall, Sepang, Selangor, at 8.55am on Sept 25.
The three men are also facing an alternative charge with taking the flight in an attempt to give support to IS by entering Syria through Istanbul at the same place, time and date.
However, no plea was recorded.
They are charged under Section 130J(1)(a) of the Penal Code, to be read together with Section 511 of the same law, which provides an imprisonment for 15 years or fine, if found guilty.
Judge Aizatul Akmal Maharani set Nov 30 for mention to transfer the case to the High Court.
The prosecution was conducted by deputy public prosecutor Shukor Abu Bakar, while the accused, who were not given bail, were unrepresented. – Bernama