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Sunday, September 25, 2022

So Far 53 Dead In Iran, Nine Days Of Protests Still Continuing

Let us hope that this time around the protesters will gain sufficient momentum to get rid of the satanic mullahs who rule Iran.

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BN seizes on Muhyiddin's declaration of war to needle PAS, split PN


BN leaders are using Perikatan Nasional chief Muhyiddin Yassin's declaration of war against them, to create divisions in the latter's coalition.

This is as Bersatu and PAS appear to have differing ideas on whether BN or Pakatan Harapan was their main enemy in the 15th general election.

Taking to Facebook, BN chairperson Ahmad Zahid Hamidi (above) suggested that maybe Muhyiddin wanted PN and Harapan to work together.

"It is not strange that Harapan was not declared as PN's main enemy even though Muhyiddin has said that Harapan was not in line with the struggle of Malays, Muslims, and Malaysians.

"Maybe he still hopes to make PN work with Harapan... Quite likely one party that is confused by Muhyiddin's announcement is PAS," he said.

Perikatan Nasional chief Muhyiddin Yassin

The PN chief and Bersatu president yesterday said that "all PN component parties" agreed that BN would be their main enemy.

However, just five days before that, PAS secretary-general Takiyuddin Hassan said that the party's "real enemy" was Harapan, not BN.

PAS has made it no secret that they are still trying to forge cooperation with Umno, with the former saying there was a strong chance for the duo's Muafakat Nasional pact to be revived.

Muhyiddin said he would seek answers on the matter.

Meanwhile, Umno secretary-general Ahmad Maslan said these differences of opinion would make for interesting political drama in days to come.

"The top leaders from the parties do not seem to be on the same page, and we shall wait and follow political developments in the next few days,” he said. - Mkini

Water rose to knee level in less than an hour - Johor flood victim


A heavy morning downpour in Kampung Seri Bengkal, Parit Ya’ani near Batu Pahat today caused water levels to rise rapidly past the knee level in just less than an hour, resulting in 22 houses being inundated.

According to resident Manisah Sariman, 66, it started raining heavily at about 4am.

She and her two children as well as a grandchild were fast asleep.

Manisah was rudely awakened by floodwaters that had entered the house.

“Water rose rapidly to the knee level. We could only pray that nothing bad happened to us.

“Three hours later, we were told to relocate by security personnel on duty,” she said when met at the Sekolah Agama Seri Bengkal temporary evacuation centre at 8am today where 69 flood victims from 22 families were taking shelter.

Manisah said she only managed to save several items and documents before fleeing.

She said it was still raining heavily when she and her family were transferred to the evacuation centre but floodwaters began to subside at about 10 am.


In Johor Bahru, private college student Muhammad Suzaihan Kassim, 25, said he and 14 of his friends were surprised when the two-storey bungalow they were staying in near Kampung Mohd Amin became flooded.

Floodwater rose to thigh level despite the presence of a huge drain behind the house, he said.

According to Suzaihan, who is from Sabah, this was the third time the house was flooded.

“Last year the house was flooded twice but today was the worst,” he added


Probe Nik Abduh on wedding favour allegation: Guan Eng to MACC

DAP leader Lim Guan Eng has called on the MACC to probe Bachok MP Nik Mohamad Abduh Nik Abdul Aziz regarding abuse of power allegations over the wedding of the PAS lawmaker’s son.

He said the MACC could also raid the Kota Bharu Municipal Council-Islamic City (KBMC) as part of its investigation.

“The MACC had just raided the Shah Alam City Council (MBSA) on Sept 19, believed to be regarding a flood barrier project.

“Will the MACC do the same after KBMC president Rosnazli Amin confirmed receiving a request for cooperation from Nik Abduh?” asked Lim in a statement.

This came after Malaysiakini reported that in a letter signed by Nik Abduh (above, right) dated Sept 20, he asked KBMC to provide waste management services, tables, chairs, and flower decorations for his son’s wedding.

“The event would have been held on Sept 24 in the car park of Masjid Tok Guru and Sekolah Menengah Agama (Arab) Darul Anuar.

“However, Rosnazli has piqued public interest by refusing to confirm a simple question as to whether KBMC approved the request for cooperation by Nik Abduh.

“Nik Abduh’s request for cooperation from KBMC gives rise to disturbing questions of abuse of power when Nik Abduh used his official letterhead as Bachok MP,” said Lim (above, left).

He said Nik Abduh should explain what he meant by requesting cooperation from KBMC for the wedding.

Don’t practice double standards

“Normally these services from local councils can be provided for a fee or at specified rental rates that are offered to all. Nik Abduh did not offer to pay any fees or rental rates in his official letter.

“There is no need for Nik Abduh to use his official letterhead and status of Bachok MP to seek KBMC’s cooperation for a private family event not related to his public duty to his voters.

“That is why MACC should investigate Nik Abduh and possibly raid KBMC to see whether there is any abuse of power by Nik Abduh or whether KBMC is trying to cover up co-operation provided by KBMC as requested by Nik Abduh,” said Lim.

He added that the MACC must show it does not practice double standards between KBMC and MBSA.

The letter to the local council, from former PAS Youth chief Nik Abduh, initially went viral on social media.

When asked if the council greenlit the lawmaker’s request, Rosnazli played coy.

“I did not even stamp my approval (on the letter),” he said when pressed on whether he approved the application. - Mkini