N45 Dr Halimah Ali

Posted by Awanama | Posted on 11:22 PTG

N45 Dr Halimah Ali

wahai para ayah-ayah bersediakah anda?

Posted: 24 Apr 2011 07:55 AM PDT

 Anak-anak memerlukan ayah yang beridentiti dan mempunyai jati diri. Inilah daya pendorong untuk menjadi insan yang berguna.Ayah yang tidak berfungsi untuk menjadi pendorong yang berkesan jangan mengharap anak yang berjiwa besar , berfikiran jauh dan berjaya dalam erti kata sepenuhnya. Mereka akan menjadi buih putih yang bakal terhanyut dan leka dalam hidup mereka.Maka ketika itu jangan lah pula ayah menyesal kerana tidak membentuk anaknya ketika masih rebung lagi!

1MALAYSIA confused and confusing!!!

Posted: 24 Apr 2011 07:24 AM PDT

'1Melayu, 1Bumi' movement will lead to apartheid, says MCA

April 22, 2011
The PM says Utusan's call-to-arms will not deter the government's commitment to his 1 Malaysia concept. — file pic
KUALA LUMPUR, April 22 — The MCA condemned Utusan Malaysia's call for a '1Melayu, 1Bumi' movement after Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak and former PM Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad spoke out against the proposal today. MCA deputy publicity chief Loh Seng Kok warned that the movement would create apartheid in Malay-majority Malaysia.
"Surely Utusan Malaysia would not want Malaysia to be equated with Apartheid South Africa or Segregation America," said Loh in a statement today.
"Tweaking the idealism of 1 Malaysia, which was mooted by our Prime Minister, into a racial superiority concept of 1Melayu, 1Bumiputera is no different from regressing Malaysia towards legalised racial discrimination — a practice of the past but condemned internationally," he added.
Malay rights group Perkasa announced yesterday that it would spearhead the movement, warning that the Chinese were seeking ultimate power.
Utusan had called on its owners Umno to spearhead a '1Melayu, 1Bumi' movement involving all Malay parties, claiming that the DAP was intent on toppling the country's Malay leadership.
In a surprising move today, Dr Mahathir called the '1Melayu, 1Bumi' idea disastrous.
The elder statesman said that such a movement would eventually result in a two-party system, which would be dominated by the Malays and the Chinese on opposing sides of the divide.
This is the first time Dr Mahathir, a fervent Malay rights proponent and patron of Malay rights group Perkasa, has disagreed with Perkasa and Utusan's ideas.
Najib also distanced his administration from Utusan's call, saying it was the personal opinion of the writer at the Umno-owned daily.
"What Umno needs to do now, in this pressing time, is to launch a wave of racial unity — 1Melayu, 1Bumi. Launch 1Melayu, 1Bumi immediately with other Malay parties," assistant chief editor Datuk Zaini Hassan wrote in Utusan yesterday.
Dr M called the proposal "disastrous" today. — file pic
The PM also said the Malay-language newspaper will not deter the government's commitment to his 1 Malaysia brainchild. Najib stressed the movement was unnecessary as the Malay community can unite by supporting Umno.
Loh reminded Utusan that Barisan Nasional (BN) comprises 13 political parties which represent various communities.
"Thus to push for a 1Melayu, 1Bumputera defeats the very basis of BN itself and will backfire against the BN coalition as a whole at the ballot box," said Loh.
"What is more important is for Utusan, with its readership, to seek respectability by pushing for the realisation of the 1 Malaysia concept, that is promulgating friendship and trust," he added.
The MCA presidential council member also questioned if Utusan's '1Melayu, 1Bumi' proposal included non-Malay Bumiputras, like Christian Sarawakians, who make up half the population in the country's largest state.
"Would this 1Melayu, 1Bumiputera also include the likes of Tun Dr Mahathir Muhammad who has acknowledged that he has Indian ancestry; Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz, who in the book "Found in Malaysia", in her own words, acknowledged she is of "pendatang" stock from Sumatera; or (Home Minister) Datuk Seri Hishamuddin Hussein who has Turkish lineage?" asked Loh.
"To give Utusan Malaysia a detailed response to its typical publication of race-incitement is to actually give it unwarranted publicity which the newspaper does not deserve at all," Loh blasted.
Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng earlier today challenged MCA president Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek to pull out from BN if he did not tell Umno to demand from Utusan an apology and withdrawal of the '1Melayu, 1Bumi' proposal.
Like Loh, Lim also described the Malay daily's idea as a form of apartheid that should be treated as a serious danger to the country because it could possibly incite racial segregation and hatred to the extent of reducing all non-Malays to the position of second- or even third-class citizens.


Posted: 24 Apr 2011 07:07 AM PDT

Yayasan Amal Malaysia cawangan Selangor mengadakan mesyuarat agung dwi tahunan yang telah selamat dirasmikan oleh Hj Jamuluddin Elias, Timbalan Presiden Yayasan Amal Malaysia.
Sebanyak 50 program/aktiviti yang telah dijalankan yang merangkumi program kemasyarakatan, belia, kesenian, pendidikan termasuk motivasi kepada banduan di penjara dan pesakit di hospital dan di rumah.
Yayasan Amal Selangor juga telah melibatkan diri secara aktif membantu kerajaan Selangor dalam kempen anti zina besar-besaran di Selangor.
Tahniah kepada AJK baru yang baru dipilih!

Let's share the same round moon

Posted: 24 Apr 2011 06:50 AM PDT


This is the whole concept of PAS FOR ALL that was officiated by the Deputy President of PAS on a very special date, that is, September 11th 2007.
PARTI ISLAM SEMALAYSIA (PAS) upholds the principle of Islam as a blessing to all mankind(rahmah lil 'alamin) that is for all irrespective of race, colour, status and even religion.This is the fundamental teaching of Islam.PAS is bound by this principle and is thus easily embrace the policy of equality to all humanity and has no problems with sharing all that Allah bestowed upon a nation to all its peoples.
   This translates into governing policy that PAS will ensure all communities whether MALAYS, CHINESE, INDIANS or any other minority groups will be hand;led according to their needs not to their colour. PAS has no problem whatsoever if any race wishes to preserve and practise its language, customs or even religion.This is the real struggle of PAS which has not been understood by the masses at large.Although equipped with Harakah tabloid and its electronic version harakahdaily it is still within very limited circle of influence and reach. PAS definitely needs to strategize definitive plans for broader and deeper of understanding of its struggle.This will not only benefit PAS but all the people who long for real inclusive and principle-centred trustworthy government who can ensure security for all of its people.

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