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Thursday, September 29, 2011

Stay out of NS, Mat Sabu warned

Perkasa says that if Mat Sabu attends any ceramah in the state, they will again stage protests.

SEREMBAN: If Perkasa has its way, PAS deputy president Mohamad Sabu will be persona non grata in Negeri Sembilan.

The state Perkasa will be watching very closely to see if Mohamad Sabu (popularly known as Mat Sabu) will be attending any PAS ceramah in the state in the near future.

Its state president Mohd Noor Nordin Abdullah said if he turns up, Perkasa will stage a protest.

Mohd Noor Nordin said they are not against PAS but only against Mat Sabu.

“As long as Mat Sabu attends any ceramah sessions in any part of Negeri Sembilan, we will stage protests unless he apologizes to the families of the policemen who died during the Bukit Kepong incident,” he said.

The controversy surrounding the Bukit Kepong incident came about when Mat Sabu had allegedly defended communist fighters who attacked the Bukit Kepong police station on Feb 23, 1950.

Utusan Malaysia, in its report on Aug 27, said Mat Sabu, in a speech on Aug 21, hailed communist fighters as heroes and not the 17 policemen who died during an exchange of fire.

“He also must publicly apologize to servicemen as most of them are hurt by his remarks,” said Mohd Noor Nordin.

On another note, Mohd Noor Nordin denied that the protest at Ampangan last Saturday was pre-planned.

“It was a spontaneous protest by certain individuals who represent former soldiers and NGOs.

“I was only told about the protest at 7.30 pm and at that point of the time I was at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA)”, said Mohd Noor Nordin.

Yesterday FMT reported that the state PAS will be inviting Mat Sabu again for another ceramah session next month in Seremban.

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