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N45 Dr Halimah Ali

Posted by Unknown | Posted on 11:27 PTG

N45 Dr Halimah Ali


MB rasmi AMAL JAMBORI AMAL ISLAMI Sekolah agama rakyat

Posted: 03 Jul 2011 10:30 AM PDT

3.7.11
AHAD
BESTARI JAYA, KUALA SELANGOR

Majlis Permuafakatan Institusi Pendidikan Islam Selangor(MAPPIS) yang dilahirkan oleh kerajaan Pakatan Rakyat Selangor yang menaungi semua sekolah agama rakyat telah berjaya menganjurkan JAMBORI AMAL ISLAMI untuk kali kedua ekoran dari kejayaan tahun lepas.
Peningkatan yang membanggakan daripada segi penyertaan sekolah dan peserta di mana 23 buah sekolah menengah agama dengan peserta 1400 orang(100orang guru pengiring).
Majlis dirasmikan oleh YAB Dato'Menteri Besar Selangor.
Turut hadir YB Dr Hjh Halimah Ali selaku EXCO Pendidikan merangkap Penasihat MAPPIS, Naib Canselor UNISEL, Timbalan-timbalan naib Canselor, Pegawai Daerah Kuala Selangor.
Tema:
Ruhbanun fillail wa fursanun finnahar(Umpama hamba di malam hari dan singa di siang hari)
Sekolah agama rakyat terus menikmati segala perhatian dan bantuan daripada KERAJAAN SELANGOR untuk mempertingkatkan keupayaan sistem SAR agar terus berkembang maju dan melahirkan Insan rabbani yang mampu menjadi khalifah Allah di muka bumi ini, insyaallah

Muhyiddin TAK SABAR mahu jadi PM

Posted: 03 Jul 2011 04:05 AM PDT

Peluang cerah Muhyiddin ganti Najib
M Faqih

PASIR MAS, 3 Julai: Hanya 26 bulan berada di kedudukan nombor satu, Datuk Seri Najib Razak kini berdepan dengan masalah dalaman Umno yang dikatakan semakin kronik.

Dua tahun pertama kepemimpinannya sudah menjelaskan watak sebenar. Maka tidak hairanlah ramai melihat kegagalannya itu memberi nafas baru buat Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin mengintai kedudukan lebih selesa.

Muhyiddin dikatakan memerhati kegawatan politik yang berlaku sekarang. Peluangnya mendaki satu lagi tangga semakin cerah.

Naib Presiden PAS, Datuk Mahfuz Omar mendakwa pemimpin yang paling gembira sekarang ialah Muhyiddin kerana Najib sedang berdepan dengan suasana kritikal.

Katanya, kemunculan begitu banyak badan bukan kerajaan bagi membela Umno berkaitan isu 9 Julai sebenarnya lebih banyak mencalar nama Perdana Menteri.

"NGO-NGO terbabit sudah merosakkan nama Najib. Mereka secara terbuka menyatakan mahu mewujudkan suasana tegang sehingga Perdana Menteri tidak mampu lagi mengawalnya.

"NGO tersebut berada di hadapan Muhyiddin bagi mencalar imej Perdana Menteri. Muhyiddin perlu merebut peluang sekarang kerana tidak ada masa lagi. Beliau lebih berumur berbanding Najib.

"Sekarang hanya kelihatan Datuk Seri Hishamuddin Hussin sahaja yang beriya-iya mempertahankan Najib," katanya pada ceramah pemimpin bersama rakyat di sini malam tadi.

Hadir sama Timbalan Presiden PAS, Mohamad Sabu, Naib Presiden, Datuk Husam Musa, Setiausaha Agung PKR, Saifuddin Nasution Ismail, Setiausaha Perhubungan PAS, Zulkeli Mamat.

Ketua Penerangan, Dr Muhammad Fadzli Hassan, Timbalan Speaker, Mohd Zaki Ibrahim, Yang Dipertua PAS Pasir Mas, Hanifa Ahmad dan wakil-wakil rakyat.

Orang ramai tetap memenuhi ruang padang mini stadium biar pun hujan agak lebat.

Mahfuz yang juga anggota parlimen Pokok Sena mendakwa Muhyiddin membiarkan Najib keseorangan menyelesaikan isu yang dianggap boleh mencetus ketegangan sekarang.

Katanya juga ketika Bersih 2007 diadakan tiada ketegangan berlaku kerana pada masa itu masalah dalaman Umno tidak ketara seperti sekarang.

Mohamad pula berkata, empat tuntutan Bersih 2007 belum lagi ditunai kerajaan sehingga sekarang.

Tuntutan tersebut iaitu menggunakan dakwat kekal, daftar pengundi secara automatik, menghapus undi pos dan peranan media harian lebih seimbang.

"Sudah lima tahun tuntutan itu dibuat namun sehingga sekarang Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya dan kerajaan gagal menunainya sehingga menyebabkan muncul Bersih 2.0," katanya.

Menurutnya juga kemaraan Pakatan Rakyat untuk melangkah ke Putrajaya begitu dibimbangi Perdana Menteri sehingga beliau mengajak anak muda mempertahankan pusat pentadbiran kerajaan itu.

Beliau juga meluah rasa bimbang rampasan baju T, Bersih 2.0 yang dibuat polis sekarang kemungkinan disalah guna pihak lain bagi menimbulkan ketegangan 9 Julai ini.

Husam berkata, dua tahun lalu pemimpin Umno begitu takut dengan baju hitam dan sebelum itu bimbang dengan warna merah.

Namun sekarang pemimpin Umno benar-benar rimas dengan warna kuning.

Beliau juga menjangka 9 Julai ini menjadi detik penting yang mampu menarik perhatian dunia terhadap apa akan berlaku di Malaysia.

Ahli Parlimen Kota Belud

Posted by Unknown | Posted on 11:19 PTG

Ahli Parlimen Kota Belud


Sorry, you don't convince me Ambiga.

Posted: 03 Jul 2011 02:14 AM PDT

By now, you must have read about how BERSIH and its coalition partners in the opposition plans to do street demonstration in Kuala Lumpur with more than 100,000 "yellowish" people this coming saturday. They triumphantly claim to have a cause and come 9th July, the King must be told about it.

When asked to justify the illegal street demo, the supporters of the demonstration will immediately go into a predictable knee-jerk reaction. You will get instant lectures on the virtue of unbridled democratic rights and occasional snide look of you being ignorant of the truth.

They will tell you how the good-for-nothing SPR conspiring with the government to include dead people in the electoral roll. They get agitated when told that SPR is not to be blamed. How many of us take the trouble to report to SPR directly when our relative died? How is it that we waste no time to inform the bank, insurance company, police, EPF and even loan sharks but not SPR? The reality is we tend to put off reporting to SPR because it is a 5 year thing. We hear people say, "What's the rush? The dead ain't gonna vote anyway". Little do people know that SPR is not allowed under the law to remove the names of dead people without official proof!

I met JPN officers yesterday. They confessed that the number of people, especially in the rural areas, who fail to report death in their family is a lot. With this kind of lackadaiscal attitude, I wonder why BERSIH blames SPR instead of the lazy and indifferent Malaysians.

The same thing with allegation of multiple persons registered under a single address. I suspect one of the reasons is that people use rented house addresses when they register to vote. Unfortunately, when they move out from their rented addresses, they fail to notify SPR. Subsequent tenants then use the same house address to register as voters. I remember when I moved into a rented condo in Kuala Lumpur in 1993. I kept receiving the previous tenant's letters including bank statements and government official letters until the day I moved out 3 years later just because he did not change his address with the relevant parties!

In the case of alleged phantom voters registered in the house of  YB Azmin Ali's mother, I find it rather amusing that of all the millions of houses in the country, SPR had to  pick the house belonging to the mother of the of loudest and most vocal  opposition leaders to plant phantom voters. Very funny indeed.

Another BERSIH's contentious issue is the postal votes. Firstly, the name postal vote is somewhat a misnomer. There is no such thing as postal vote for the police, armed forces and the civil servants who work as election officers during the poll. They do not mail out their votes through the postal system. All of them vote in advance, watched over closely by representatives from all contesting parties. Postal voters vote in private booths just like all of us normal voters. The popular belief, spun by the opposition, that their superiors will be looking over their shoulders to check who they vote for is a fallacy.  The representatives of the candidates will be there to ensure that does not happen. Unless of course, they fall asleep on the job!

Some leaders of BERSIH also want counting of the postal votes on the same day citing possiblities of tempering if counted later. It is not a practical idea because the result will influence the voting pattern during normal polling day. In any case, there have been instances where the opposition got more postal votes compared to BN. Case in point, Teluk Kemang by election in 2000. If BERSIH worries about the integrity of the postal bags while in the authority's custody, then they should request opposition representatives presence in the lock up where the bags are kept. I guess staring at the bags for 3 days non-stop is a small price to pay to ensure the sanctity of the heavily guarded, locked and sealed  postal votes bags.

It is true that most of the time postal votes tend to be in favour of the BN. But this is not surprising at all and can be easily explained. Why would they vote for a party that has been constantly demonising, humiliating, cursing and crticising them? They are also humans with feelings and dignity.

Bersih also wants armed forces personnel and police officers, who are not directly involved in the election, to vote through the normal process like civilians do. They say it is unneccesary for them to vote in advance. I disagree.

One of the most critical days for the nation, where it is at its most vulnerable to chaos and subversive elements, is on polling day where no effective civilian authority is in place. On polling day , the military and police forces are at their highest alert for any untoward incidence which could compromise the nation's security.

So for BERSIH to suggest that the military and police personnel abandon their posts - whether it is in the deep jungle of the interior, far flung islands, air and naval bases, remote border control check points and strategic command centres, is nothing short of being irresponsible! The readiness of our forces to ensure nation's security cannot be compromised at all.

Some may say that I am over exaggerating the potential security threat to the nation during polling day. Maybe. But if it does happen, I rather have our men in uniform to quickly scramble the Sukhois, the MiGs, the F18s and sail out the Frigates, Corvettes and the Subs to intercept enemies. It can only be done if they are at their bases not when they spend time queing in line to vote in Grik, Batang Berjuntai, Lubok Antu or Long Pasia!

Bersih also demand the postal votes to be extended to Malaysians who live away (domestically) from their voting constituency. For example a Sabahan who lives and works in Kuala Lumpur but registered as voter in Kota Belud, Sabah.

In my opinion, a person registered as a voter in Kota Belud but chooses to live and work in Kuala Lumpur has no business to determine who should be the local Wakil Rakyat for the people of Kota Belud! He should be voting for a Wakil Rakyat in Kuala Lumpur who is in a better postion to address issues affecting his life there! It will not be fair to the local residents of Kota Belud if an "outsider" living in Kuala Lumpur is trying to force his choice of candidate to them when it is them who have to deal with the Wakil Rakyat on a daily basis.

By the way, isn't asking more people to be under postal vote system somehow contradicts BERSIH's earlier allegation that postal vote system is riddled with procedural problems which lead to suspicion of fraud?

On the use of indelible ink, SPR has explained in great details about its concern on its usage. My personal concern on use of indelible ink is related to the legalities.

Does SPR have the power, under the current Elections Act 1958, to deny a person whose finger has been inked from voting, but who now claims his finger was inked forcibly? What happens if that person insists to vote by citing his rights under the constitution, finger inked or not? Will we see chaotic scenes at the polling centres?

These are simple questions but with great consequences if not clearly defined. That is why, instead of street demonstation, BERSIH should propose amendments to the Elections Act in Parliament! Even if a million yellows turn up for the street demonstration, the demand cannot be fulfilled without amending the Elections Act to make it more specific and clearer.

The same goes to automatic registration of voters. It is no better than the current all year round open-registration excercise. It also requires the Election Act to be amended to incorporate the provision. Anyway, when a person decides not to register as voter, isn't he merely exercising his democratic right? Why is BERSIH denying him of his right not to register when BERSIH is coming to town to champion the people's democratic rights?

I have no problem with BERSIH's demand that campaign period to be atleast 21 days. But what I find odd is BERSIH failure to see that the opposition is enjoying a 365 days, 24/7, nation-wide-non-stop campaign blitz since 2008.

As for the claim of vote buying during election,  I hope Ambiga realizes that the  guys marching next to her on the 9th of July are quite experts in it. Everyone knows that in the midst of the Hulu Selangor by election in April last year, Anwar Ibrahim promised 100,000 land titles to poor homeowners in the constituency (Source: The Malaysian Insider, 13 April 2010). This was followed quickly by Selangor Menteri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim's announcement to abolish quit-rents for shop houses in Hulu Selangor (Source: New Straits Times, 20 April 2010) as well as presenting bonuses amounting to RM6116,000 to all village chiefs and Jawatankuasa Keselamatan dan Kemajuan Kampung (JKKK) in Hulu Selangor (Source: SelangorKini Online, 21 April 2010).

And I hope Ambiga will not forget the ultimate mother of all vote buying act: Nik Aziz's campaign promise of heaven if you vote for PAS!

With all these brouhaha about allegation of election irregularities in Malaysia , I wonder how other countries are doing. Do other countries around the world face issues and allegations of electoral irregulartities? Is the problem unique to Malaysia?

Going through the internet, I found out that in October last year, the Registrar Of Electors in New Zealand removed from its electoral roll 306 names of people who did not reside at the addresses on their enrolment forms. In Auckland, the ROE were investigating 90 voters who had been enrolled as living in two houses in Pembroke St and Puhinui Rd.

In Venezuela, the National Electoral Council was informed of doubtful existence of 39,000 voters whose age were 100 years and above. In Spain, The Electoral Census Bureau received complaints on discrepancies on the so-called 'padrons' of 22 towns in Malaga and a further 16 in Granada.

And in the United States of America, complaints were lodged on voters disenfranchisement when Republican Party was allegedly purging African-Americans names from voters' lists in the 2004 Presidential election in favour of George Bush. And of course who could forget when US Commission on Civil Rights declared that election process in Florida, during the US Presidential Election 2000, was riddled with serious irregularities.

Two interesting points can be deduced from the above stories. Firstly, statistically speaking, just like any massive databases, electoral rolls will not be 100% error free even when Anwar Ibrahim is the Prime Minister. It is not statistically possible. There is always what statisticians refer to as allowable sampling error which in no way affects the integrity of the whole list. Secondly, in instances above, the complainants lodge reports to their respective election authorities and allow investigations to be conducted. They do not resort to massive street demonstrations.

My last point in this article is a question that I would like to pose to the KLites. Are you ready for frequent street demonstrations in the heart of Kuala Lumpur? Are you ready for the inconveniences? I am afraid that will be the norm if BERSIH is allowed to start. You cannot allow BERSIH and deny others from marching down the Bukit Bintang road every weekend for a cause they believe in. You risk being called hypocrites.

MY VOICE FOR NATION

Posted by Unknown | Posted on 11:19 PTG

MY VOICE FOR NATION


Posted: 03 Jul 2011 05:44 PM PDT

Posted: 03 Jul 2011 05:25 PM PDT

Aku bersedih ... — Dr Nasir Hashim

Posted: 03 Jul 2011 02:58 AM PDT

Dr Shafie Abu Bakar

Posted by Unknown | Posted on 11:06 PTG

Dr Shafie Abu Bakar


Insentif Terhadap Pembela Ibu Tunggal ?

Posted: 03 Jul 2011 04:39 PM PDT

i n t a n h i j a u

Posted by Unknown | Posted on 3:32 PTG

i n t a n h i j a u


YANG MANA SATU KAMI BOLEH PAKAI...?

Posted: 03 Jul 2011 04:46 AM PDT

ADUN CHANGKAT JONG RASMI KARNIVAL SUKAN RAKYAT 2011

Posted: 02 Jul 2011 09:26 PM PDT


TELUK INTAN, 3 Julai - ADUN Changkat Jong YB Hj. Mohd. Anuar Sudin telah merasmikan Karnival Sukan Rakyat 2011Kg. Padang Tembak, dekat sini. Program tersebut telah diadakan di Pekarangan Sekolah Agama Rakyat Al Khairiah, Kg. Padang Tembak. Ia dianjurkan oleh Pemuda Padang Tembak.


Di dalam ucapan perasmian, YB Anuar telah menegaskan akan Islam sebagai cara hidup dan ia meliputi setiap sudut kehidupan manusia seperti cara beribadah, makan minum, berpakaian dan sebagainya. 

"Apabila Islam dijadikan sebagai cara hidup maka kita wajib mematuhi setiap peraturan yang ditetap. Barulah kita akan mendapat  kerahmatan dan keredhaan dari Allah SWT, " jelas beliau.

Kata beliau lagi, Islam bukanlah agama yang cukup dari lafaznya sahaja. Ini kerana ia (Islam) perlu diamalkan di dalam segala tindak tandukan serta pemikiran seseorang.


Beliau juga menyatakan bahawa perpaduan dalam Islam telah terbukti di dalam masyarakat Melayu itu sendiri.

"Dengan kepelbagaian etnik Melayu seperti jawa, banjar, minang dan sebagainya tetapi orang Melayu dapat bersatu dengan adanya Islam," tambah beliau.
Pengarah karnival, Sdr. Nazrul Azmi.

Menurut Pengarah Karnival 2011 Sdr. Nazrul Azmi bin Dulasim, antara objektif karnival adalah untuk memperkenalkan semula permainan rakyat yang semakin dilupakan oleh golongan muda. Ia juga diharap dapat mengeratkan silaturrahim sesama para belia kampung. Beliau juga berhasrat akan menjadikan program ini sebagai acara tahunan bagi kampung ini.

Menurut beliau lagi beberapa acara telah disusun untuk golongan kanak-kanak, remaja dan dewasa. Pada sebelah pagi akan diadakan acara padang manakala acara sukan dalaman diadakan pada sebelah petang. Antara acara dipertandingkan ialah boling kampung, tarik upih, kopek kelapa, karom, dan sebagainya.
Di samping acara sukan rakyat, beberapa gerai pameran dan jualan dan kempen derma darah oleh Hospital Teluk turut diadakan.
Pengerusi Lembaga SAR Al Khairiah, Tn. Hj. Ramli Jilani.

Menurut Pengerusi Lembaga SAR Al Khairiah Tn. Hj. Ramli Jilani, pihak beliau amat mengalu-alukan sebarang program berbentuk kemasyarakatan dan kesukanan yang boleh menarik penyertaan golongan muda yang diadakan di sekolah agama rakyat.

YB Anuar sedang ditemu ramah oleh wartawan.

Para belia sibuk mendaftar diri menyertai pertandingan.

Antara acara menarik, boling kampung.

Sebahagian penduduk yang hadir.


intanhijau.blogspot.com

POLIS vs KUNING

Posted: 02 Jul 2011 06:00 PM PDT


Kelihatan sebuah kereta peronda polis berhenti di hadapan sebuah pasar raya di bandar Teluk Intan. Kelihatan juga seorang anggota polis berdiri di luar kereta polis. Nampak macam kecoh sedikit. Rupa-rupanya mereka sedang memantau sebuah gerai di pintu masuk pasar raya tersebut yang sedang mempromosi DIGI. Jurujualnya berbaju kuning, gerainya berwarna kuning, belonnya berwarna kuning.

Demikianlah betapa fobianya polis dengan warna kuning.....

Lim Guan Eng

Posted by Unknown | Posted on 3:14 PTG

Lim Guan Eng


UMNO’s Senator Ezam Mohamad Nor’s Arrest Proves That Penang UMNO Is A Coward For Denying UMNO’s Involvement In A Violent Illegal Demonstration

Posted: 02 Jul 2011 07:34 PM PDT

UMNO's Senator Ezam Mohamad Nor's Arrest Proves That Penang UMNO Is A Coward For Denying UMNO's Involvement In A Violent Illegal Demonstration On 1.7.2011 In Komtar And The Penang Bridge That Disrupted Traffic For 10 Km And Attacked Two Reporters.

The Penang state government is shocked by Penang UMNO State Liaison Chairman Datuk Zainal Abidin Osman's blatant and open lie that UMNO is not involved in a violent demonstration on 1.7.2011 in Komtar and the Penang Bridge that severely disrupted traffic for 10 Km and attacked two reporters from Chinese newspapers.

Instead of trying to deny and cover-up UMNO's involvement, Datuk Zainal should have sought public forgiveness and apologised for UMNO's involvement. Video footage of the illegal assembly and the arrest of UMNO Senator Ezam Mohd Nor by the police for illegal assembly proves that UMNO is a coward for trying to deny its involvement and is a classic reminder of the Malay proverb, "baling batu sembunyi tangan".

Is Datuk Zainal going to deny that Ezam is an UMNO member and appointed by UMNO to be a Senator? Ezam had threatened that there is no need to wait for general elections and wanted to do more protests to force me to step down as Chief Minister earlier. Where is UMNO's respect for democracy and my mandate as the rightful elected Chief Minister of Penang?

What is even more detestable is that mainstream media like the New Straits Times(NST) being complicit in UMNO's cowardice and lies by not publishing news that UMNO Senator Ezam was arrested by the police for participating in that violent illegal assembly. No mention was made by NST of 2 reporters being attacked by UMNO nor that the demonstrators had blocked traffic in the middle of the Penang Bridge causing a 10km traffic jam. Penang UMNO and UMNO Youth state leaders were also present at that violent illegal assembly.

7 others were arrested with Ezam including a Perkasa Penang leader Mohd Rizuad Mohd Azudin. This proves again that UMNO is working closely with the racist and anti-non-Malay Perkasa. Gerakan, MCA or MIC must fully explain why they still support an UMNO that works closely with a racist organisation like Perkasa that regards our Chinese women ancestors as prostitutes and Indians as beggars and dogs.

Penang police must take immediate action against those responsible for the serious offence of attacking the two reporters who were taking photographs. Both reporters have lodged police reports and provided evidence of their assailants and their vehicles. Failure by the police to act would only confirm public perception of double-standards that the police only act against PR supporters but allow UMNO to march and disrupt traffic or even beat up reporters unpunished.

— BM Translation—-

Kenyataan Akhbar oleh Ketua Menteri Pulau Pinang, Lim Guan Eng pada 3 Julai 2011 di Komtar, George Town.

Penahanan Senator UMNO, Ezam Mohamad Nor membuktikan bahawa UMNO Pulau Pinang takut untuk menafikan penglibatan UMNO dalam demonstrasi pada 1 Julai 2011 di Komtar dan di Jambatan Pulau Pinang sehingga menyebabkan lalulintas sepanjang 10km dan menyerang dua wartawan.

Kerajaan Negeri Pulau Pinang terkejut dengan pembohongan terang- terangan dan terbuka oleh Pengerusi UMNO Negeri Pulau Pinang, Datuk Zainal Abidin Osman bahawa UMNO tidak terlibat dalam demonstrasi ganas pada 1/7/2011 di Komtar dan di Jambatan Pulau Pinang sehingga menyebabkan kesesakan lalu lintas yang teruk sepanjang 10km dan menyerang dua wartawan dari akhbar Cina.

Daripada cuba untuk menafikan dan menutup penglibatan UMNO, Datuk Zainal sepatutnya memohan maaf kepada rakyat di atas penglibatan UMNO ini. Rakaman video perhimpunan haram dan penahanan Senator UMNO, Ezam Mohd Nor oleh pihak polis ketika perhimpunan haram membuktikan UMNO adalah penakut untuk menafikan penglibatan mereka dan mengingatkan kepada pepatah Melayu, "baling batu sembunyi tangan".

Adakah Datuk Zainal akan menafikan bahawa Ezam merupakan ahli UMNO dan dilantik oleh UMNO untuk menjadi Senator? Ezam telah mengecam bahawa tidak perlu menunggu pilihan raya dan mahu melakukan lebih banyak bantahan untuk memaksa saya meletakkan jawatan sebagai Ketua Menteri lebih awal. Di mana letaknya kehormatan UMNO terhadap demokrasi dan mandat saya sebagai Ketua Menteri Pulau Pinang yang sah?

Apa yang lebih keji ialah media arus perdana seperti The News Straits Times (NST) terlibat dengan pembohongan UMNO dan tidak menyiarkan berita bahawa Senator UMNO, Ezam telah ditahan oleh polis kerana terlibat dalam perhimpunan haram tersebut. NST juga tidak menyiarkan berita 2 wartawan diserang oleh ahli UMNO atau penunjuk perasaan yang telah menghalang lalu lintas di tengah- tengah Jambatan Pulau Pinang sehingga menyebabkan kesesakan hampir 10km. UMNO Pulau Pinang dan Ketua Pemuda UMNO Negeri juga turut hadir dalam perhimpunan haram tersebut.

7 orang yang ditahan bersama- sama dengan Ezam termasuklah Ketua Perkasa Pulau Pinang, Mohd Rizuad Mohd Azudin. Ini membuktikan sekali lagi bahawa UMNO bekerjasama rapat dengan perkauman dan anti- bukan Melayu. Gerakan, MCA atau MIC mesti menerangkan mengapa mereka masih menyokong UMNO yang bekerjasama rapat dengan organisasi yang mengamalkan perkauman seperti Perkasa yang melabelkan wanita nenek moyang Cina sebagai pelacur dan nenek moyang India sebagai pengemis dan anjing.

Polis Pulau Pinang mesti mengambil tindakan segera terhadap mereka yang bertanggungjawab melakukan kesalahan serius menyerang dua wartawan yang sedang mengambil gambar. Kedua- dua wartawan tersebut telah membuat laporan polis dan menyediakan bukti orang yang menyerang mereka dan kenderaan masing- masing. Kegagalan pihak polis untuk mengambil tindakan hanya akan mengesahkan lagi persepsi masyarakat terhadap sikap double- standard yang pihak polis hanya akan bertindak terhadap penyokong PR tetapi tidak mengambil tindakan terhadap UMNO yang berarak dan mengganggu lalu lintas atau memukul wartawan.

—- Mandarin Translation —-

槟州首席部长林冠英于2011年7月3日在槟城乔治市光大发表声明:

巫统上议员依占莫哈末诺被逮捕证明了槟城巫统是懦夫,他们否认巫统参与2011年7月1日在光大与槟城大桥的暴力非法集会,造成交通阻塞长达10公里,以及两名记者遭攻击。

槟州政府感到惊讶,槟州巫统联委会主席拿督再纳阿比丁竟然睁眼说瞎话,公开声称巫统没有参与2011年7月1日光大与槟城大桥的暴力集会,上述集会造成交通阻塞长达10公里,以及两名华文报记者遭攻击。

欲盖弥彰,与其否认巫统参与集会,拿督再纳应该就巫统参加暴力集会一事向公众道歉。非法集会的录影以及巫统上议员依占因参与非法集会而被警方逮捕,都证明巫统是懦夫,不敢承认曾经参与非法集会, 简直是马来谚语 "baling batu sembunyi tangan"所形容的敢做不敢当。

拿督再纳是不是要说依占不是巫统党员、也不是巫统委任的上议员?依占之前甚至威胁说不必等到全国大选,他要举行更多示威来逼我下台,卸下首席部长一职。巫统是否尊重民主以及我合法受委托成为槟州首席部长?

最令人厌恶的就是像《新海峡时报》这样的主流媒体,竟然与巫统一班懦夫同流合污,这家报章说谎,他们没有刊登巫统上议员依占因参与非法集会而遭警方逮捕的新闻。更不用指望他们会报道两名记者被巫统攻击、以及示威人群在槟城大桥中央阻挡交通,导致交通阻塞10公里。槟城巫统与巫青团州领袖当时都身在这场暴力非法集会当中。

另外七名与依占同时被捕的人士包括土著权威组织槟州领袖莫哈末里祖阿。这再次证明巫统与种族主义、反非马来人的土著权威组织紧密合作。民政、马华或国大党必须解释,为什么他们还支持一个与种族主义组织如:土权组织紧密合作的巫统?他们指华人的女性先辈为妓女、印度人先辈为乞丐和狗。

槟州警方必须马上采取行动,对付犯下攻击摄影记者罪行的人士。上述两名记者已经向警方报案,并提供了与攻击者及交通工具有关的证据。如果警方没有采取行动,只能加深公众对"警方持双重标准"的印象,那就是警方只对付民联支持者,但是却纵容巫统游行、扰乱交通、甚至殴打记者。

林冠英

Blog@Wengsan...博客@永山

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如果单凭拥有切格瓦拉衣服就会被调查,那么警方早应扫荡吉隆坡中央艺术坊

Posted: 03 Jul 2011 06:17 AM PDT

Nurul Izzah Anwar

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Nurul Izzah Anwar


Bersih 2.0 Global Solidarity Network

Posted: 02 Jul 2011 09:27 PM PDT

Dear Friends,

As the Malaysian government continues to clampdown on basic civil liberties in Malaysia in the run up to the Bersih 2.0 Global rally for Clean and Fair Elections, an urgent reponse from Malaysians both at home and abroad is needed. Please sign and circulate the petition
below

http://www.PetitionOnline.com/Bersih2/petition.html

On Monday morning the 4th of July 2011 the Bersih 2.0 Global Solidarity Network will be sending out a series of faxed open letters to Malaysian embassies in various countries where solidarity action is taking place. We are urging people to follow up this action with a telephone campaign, outlined below.

Many thanks for your participation.

In solidarity

The Bersih 2.0 Global Solidarity Network

The Bersih 2.0 Global Telephone Campaign

Calling ALL concerned Malaysians around the world to pick up the phone and call your local high commission or embassy this week to voice your concern over the way the Malaysian government is grossly mishandling the Bersih 2.0 rally for free and fair elections and violating the basic human rights of many of its citizens. This action will only take 5 minutes of your time, but it could make the Malaysian government sit up and seriously think twice about its heavy handed approach and crack down on civil liberties in recent weeks. It could also help prevent further abuse if the Malaysian government gets the clear and loud message that the entire world is watching and this sort of response to legitimate and peaceful calls for free and fair elections in Malaysia is hardly befitting of a member of the UN Human Rights Council and is extremely counterproductive to their efforts to be seen as an open and mature democracy.

For further information on the background to events of recent weeks, please read our accompanying online petition (and even better- sign it
too!). When you call the high commission or embassy, remember to remain calm and polite and state that you are a concerned Malaysian
(although non-Malaysians are very welcome to participate too,we just need as many callers as possible!) and that Bersih 2.0 Global is calling on the Malaysian government to do the following:

 Release all activists who have been arrested immediately and unconditionally and drop all unfounded charges against them;
 Ensure all those detained have access to lawyers, their family members and any medical care they may require;
 Stop the use of repressive laws such as the Police Act and Sedition law to criminalize peaceful political activities;
 Respect the right to freedom of expression and peaceful assembly.

Please email any responses or feedback on your encounters to bersih2.0global -at- gmail.com which will help us track the impact the international Malaysian community is making. We have only 5 days to do this is but there are over 1 million Malaysians living abroad, so let's show the world that we are standing in solidarity with our brothers and sisters back home in Malaysia. Let's unite to join in the global solidarity walks around the world on July the 9th because we care, and for many of us who are fortunate to live in real democracies, because WE CAN…

Thank you for taking action

In Solidarity
Bersih 2.0 Global Solidarity Network

List of Malaysian Embassies and Consulates

1.Malaysian High Commission- United Kingdom
45 Belgrave Square,
London SW1X 8QT
Tel : ++44 (0) 20 7235 8033
Fax : (4420) 7235 5161
Email: mwlondon@btinternet.com

2. Malaysian High Commissions- Australia
Cranberra
7, Perth Avenue Yarralumla, ACT 2600
Tel: (02) 6120 0300/310
Fax: (02) 62734340/ 2496
Email:- malcanberra@malaysia.org.au , consular@malaysia.org.au

Perth
252 Adelaide Terrace WA 6000,
Perth ,Australia
Phone:
+61-8-9225-7055
Fax:
+61-8-9225-7099
+61-8-9225-7533
Email:
mwperth@bigpond.net.au
MalPerth@kln.gov.my

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3. Malaysia Embassies- United States of America

Washington

3516 International Court, N.W
20008
Washington DC
District of Columbia
USA
Phone:
+1-202-5729700
Fax:
+1-202-5729882
Email:
malwash@kln.gov.my

Malaysia Consulate , New York

313 East 43rd Street
10017
New York
USA
Phone:
+1-212-4902722
+1-212-4902723
Fax:
+1-212-4902049
Email:
malnycg@kln.gov.my

United Nations Malaysian Permanent Mission to the United Nations
313 East, 43rd Street
New York, N.Y. 10017
United States of America
Tel : (1212) 986 6310
Fax : (1212) 490 8576
email: mysun@undp.int

Malaysian Consulate , Los Angeles

550 South Hope Street, Suite 400
90071
Los Angeles
USA
Phone:
+1-213-8921238
Fax:
+1-213-8929031
Email:
mwla@pacbell.net

4. Malaysia Embassy – Taiwan

8th Floor, San Ho Plastic Bldg., 102, Tun Hwa North Road
Taipei Taiwan
Phone:
+886-2-2713-2626
Fax:
+886-2-2514-9864
Email:
mwtaipei@ms34.hinet.net
maltaipei@kln.gov.my

5. Malaysian Embassy,Austria
Prinz Eugen Strasse 18,
A-1040,Vienna,
Austria
Tel : 43 -1- 505 1042 / 505 1569 / 505 6323
Fax : 43 -1- 505 7942
E-mail:mwvienna@utanet.at

6. Malaysian Embassy,Ireland
The Clarion Stephalls Hotel
14 – 17, Lower Leeson Street
Dublin 2, Ireland.
Tel : 3531 – 638 1111 / 1155 / 1156
Fax : 3531 – 638 1122
email: mwdublin@mwdublin.ie

7. Permanent Mission of Malaysia to the United Nations, Switzerland
International Center Cointrin
20, Route de Pre-Bois
Block H, 1st Floor
P.O. Box 1834
1215 Geneva 15, Switzerland
Tel : (4122) 710 7500
Fax : (4122) 710 7501
email: mwgeneva@ties.itu.int

8. Embassy of Malaysia, France
2, Bis Rue Benouville
75116 Paris, France
Tel : (331) 4553 1185
Fax : (331) 4727 3460
email:mwparis@wanadoo.fr

If your local embassy is not listed here please check out

http://www.malaysiayellowpages.com/ncat/kuala%20lumpur/embassy-of-malaysia.html

Anwar Ibrahim

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Anwar Ibrahim


US Professors Stay Mum On Sex Video

Posted: 02 Jul 2011 11:29 PM PDT

Malaysiakini

Two American college professors who conducted facial recognition analysis on opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim’s sex video, shied away from the media after the Datuk T trial ended in a guilty verdict for the video screeners late last month.

The computer science duo from Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire was reported to have found a 99.99 percent match between the man in the video and a known photo of the PKR de facto leader, but the professors did not return multiple requests for comment on the subject.

Lorenzo Torresani, an assistant professor of computer science, has written several papers on 3-D modeling, object classification and motion styles.

The National Science Foundation Career award recipient previously worked at several industrial research labs, including Microsoft Research Cambridge, Like.com and Digital Persona. As part of a visual learning research group at Dartmouth, Torresani studies ways to create real-world models of visual data.

Hany Farid – whose research focuses on digital forensics, image analysis, computer vision and human perception – has been teaching computer science for more than a decade. Farid also serves as chief technology officer and co-founder of photo forensics company Fourandsix Technologies.

The go-to consultant for image authentication and forensic photographic analysis appeared in the headlines recently for debunking doctored photos of Osama bin Laden’s corpse and taking a closer look at former U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner’s tweeted misdeeds.

With regards to the video screen by ‘Datuk T’ The results of their reports “verified the authenticity of the video, that there was no tampering or any act of superimposing and that it originated from a DVR camcorder taken from Datuk Shazryl,” said deputy public prosecutor Kamalluddin Md Said when reading the facts of the case in court on June 24.

Counsel Muhammad Shafee Abdullah showed a copy of the June 4 analysis to reporters the day of the trial but refused to allow the document to be reproduced.

The percentage of certainty was not included in the statement of facts read out in open court and the figure was blacked out in a copy of the statement obtained by Malaysiakini.
Neither professor verified the figure in the report with Malaysiakini.

Mengecam Penahanan Ahli Parlimen Sungai Siput

Posted: 02 Jul 2011 05:27 PM PDT

Kenyataan Media

Saya mengecam penahanan Ahli Parlimen Sungai Siput, Dr Michael Jeyakumar Devaraj bersama lima yang lain di bawah Seksyen 3(1) dan Seksyen 4(1) Ordinan Darurat. Selain Ahli Parlimen Sungai Siput, turut ditahan adalah M Saraswathy, Choo Chon Kai, M Sukumaran, A Letchumanan dan Sarat Babu. Peruntukan tersebut membolehkan pihak berkuasa menahan individu terbabit selama 60 hari tanpa bicara.

Sebagai Ketua Pembangkang Dewan Rakyat Malaysia, saya menegaskan penahanan Dr Michael Jeyakumar di bawah Ordinan Darurat merupakan suatu penghinaan terhadap amalan Demokrasi dan Institusi Parlimen negara ini. Beliau selaku Ahli Parlimen yang dipilih berhak menyuarakan hasrat rakyat yang mahukan pilihanraya yang bersih dan adil.

Beberapa hari ini pihak pemerintah cuba memintal fitnah dengan mengaitkan tuntutan Pilhanraya yang bersih dan adil dengan gerakan subversif. Sedangkan sudah beberapa kali Sekretariat Bersih menegaskan perhimpunan yang bakal diadakan pada 9 hb Julai 2011 ini merupakan perhimpunan aman. Malah Sekretariat Bersih sedaya upaya berbincang dengan pemerintah agar tuntutan berkaitan pilihanraya dapat dilaksanakan. Akan tetapi gesaan dan tuntutan itu ditolak dengan penuh keangkuhan. Sewajarnya pemerintah tidak perlu gentar dengan tuntutan yang berharap membawa kebaikan buat rakyat dan negara Malaysia.

Saya menggesa pemerintah dengan segera membebaskan semua yang ditahan kerana dituduh terlibat dengan Bersih termasuk Dr Jeyakumar Devaraj dan lima yang lain. Saya juga menuntut pemerintah menghormati dan mematuhi prinsip Kedaulatan Undang-Undang serta Perlembagaan sepertimana yang termaktub dalam Perkara 10 Perlembagaan Persekutuan.

ANWAR IBRAHIM
Ketua Pembangkang
Dewan Rakyat Malaysia

Lim Kit Siang

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Lim Kit Siang


What Is This Country Coming To?

Posted: 03 Jul 2011 03:55 AM PDT

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Lift ban on Bersih, urges Kit Siang

Posted: 03 Jul 2011 02:21 AM PDT

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Lift ban on Bersih, urges Kit Siang

Posted: 03 Jul 2011 02:17 AM PDT

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Bakri MP, 5 others held over yellow gotong-royong T-shirts

Posted: 03 Jul 2011 02:09 AM PDT

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LKS backs Sabah Speaker on education autonomy

Posted: 03 Jul 2011 02:06 AM PDT

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Patriot and Bersih: A tale of two rallies

Posted: 03 Jul 2011 02:00 AM PDT

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Najib should overrule Hishammudin and lift the ban on Bersih as the three grounds given for the ban do not stand scrutiny

Posted: 02 Jul 2011 10:10 PM PDT

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Muhyiddin should fully devolve Education Ministry powers to Sabah State Department

Posted: 02 Jul 2011 08:41 PM PDT

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Lim Guan Eng zalim!

Posted: 02 Jul 2011 08:14 PM PDT

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Technology and protest

Posted: 02 Jul 2011 08:04 PM PDT

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Ambiga: Bersih is the rakyat, ban has little impact

Posted: 02 Jul 2011 07:55 PM PDT

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Media organisation condemns rally and police

Posted: 02 Jul 2011 07:47 PM PDT

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Where’s the 1 Malaysia, Datuk Seri?

Posted: 02 Jul 2011 08:00 AM PDT

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