Ahad, 5 Jun 2011



Posted: 05 Jun 2011 09:25 PM PDT

Posted: 05 Jun 2011 06:20 AM PDT

N45 Dr Halimah Ali

N45 Dr Halimah Ali

Kempen membudayakan ilmu di Selangor

Posted: 05 Jun 2011 10:20 PM PDT

Mudah-mudahan keikhlasan perjuangan beliau menjadi teladan untuk semua

Posted: 05 Jun 2011 07:13 AM PDT

Almarhum telah meninggalkan kita.Alamarhum tidak perlu berjuang lagi.Telah terbukti dunia menangiskan pemergiannya......terbukti perjuangannya hingga ke akhir hayatnya.......berjuang dalam PAS untuk menegakkan ISLAM!
Ya Allah berikan kami rezeki mencontohi perjuangan ikhlas NABI MU serta para solehin yang engkau redhai.Amin.

Vibrance,dynamism,realistic and truly PAS FOR ALL!!

Posted: 05 Jun 2011 06:53 AM PDT

Muktamar: A 'pass' for PAS
J. D. Lovrenciear, Kuala Lumpur   
Indeed PAS must be commended. You would never see such world-class performance within BN. Now, BN stop getting furious.

If BN turns red from ear to ear or rages with anger for the rakyat's show of respect and commendation for PAS performance at its recently concluded Assembly, it is very well understood why.

When BN meet - i.e. UMNO, MIC or MCA, we hear of fireworks and blatant cold blooded calls for race blood and race rights. It is like a broken record turned on the gramaphon of a bygone era.

But when PAS meet they remain calm, collected, civil and above all professionally political. They vote with their heads and a spirit of clear unity.

But when their opponents convene it is always crowned with war cries of crushed bones and bloodied bodies and what have you. So what can we make out of all these?

Indeed PAS gets a 'pass'. Therefore PAS must pass and PAS will pass come GE-13. Gone are the blind-folded days of the Mahathir regime where all it takes is a hatched drama of Islamic terror slammed on PAS to get the rakyat rallying behind BN.

Today Malays, Chinese, Indians and others can see without tainted and smokescreen lenses that PAS is a 'pass' all the way. It is political parties with a leadership of clear conscience that can bring defining victories for the rakyat.

PAS must however beware. A political party that is going broke on a waterry slide will do anything and everything to bring down the entire house.

This is where the rakyat have promised to remain vigilant and they will stand up to add more pass for PAS. The next big event - the BERSIH rally will be the hallmark.

To PAS: Well done and syabas. May the spirit of true democracy and civil liberties remain your propeller as you steer the rakyat to a new frontieer of hope realized with honour and dignity. Indeed you will show to the world that Islam is far from what your opponents have carved out to be.

And may you march consistently with your partners in caring for the rakyat, namely DAP and PKR.

Now BN leaders should not be angry. They can if they want to but does it matter anymore? See for yourselves what your henchmen blurt out every other day and see how PAS gets a pass today.


Posted: 05 Jun 2011 05:49 AM PDT

Ummat Islam bersedia mahu jadi terbaik

Posted: 05 Jun 2011 05:43 AM PDT

Ciat-cita sahaja tidak cukup tetapi mesti di letak anak tangga untuk capai ke mercu kejayaan. Kalau khaira ummah lahir, CINA ,INDIA , MELAYU, IBAN , KADAZAN, ORANG ASLI semua selamat!!

PAS ada acuan politik sendiri

Posted: 05 Jun 2011 05:02 AM PDT

Not Erdogans, but Team Nik Aziz-Hadi, says PAS chief

June 05, 2011
Hadi declared the new PAS leadership line-up as one representing Niz Aziz and him. — file pic
KUALA LUMPUR, June 5 — PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang declared today the newly elected party leadership was not Erdogans or progressives as criticised by political foes, nor was it the ulamas who lost in internal polls. "This is the Nik Aziz and Abdul Hadi Awang's team. PAS is an Islamic party and not AKP. This is Malaysia and not Turkey," he said, referring to PAS spiritual chief Datuk Nik Aziz Nik Mat.
"A lot has been said about the party's leadership and that this time it is dominated by the Erdogans. I would to say here that this is not the Erdogans but the leadership of Nik Aziz and Abduk Hadi Awang," the president said when winding up the debate on the last day of the party's 57th muktamar here today.
Mohamad Sabu won the party deputy presidency with 420 votes in Friday's election, leading a group of progressive leaders to counter conservatives who prefer to link up with Umno.
The Penang-born Mohamad defeated incumbent Nahsarudin Mat Isa, who received only 224 votes, and vice-president Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man who came second with 399 votes. A total of 1,100 delegates voted in this year's party elections.
In the vice-presidential race, incumbent Salahuddin Ayub took top spot with 753 votes, Datuk Husam Musa was second with 660 votes while another incumbent, Datuk Mahfuz Omar, kept his post with 616 votes.
The poll was billed as a contest between the party's conservative ulama faction and the professionals (dubbed the Erdogans in a reference to progressive Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan).
The Erdogans have also been dubbed the "Anwarites" because of their support for PKR de facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, who wields influence in PAS through his preaching of pragmatic Islam and moderation, along with support from Nik Aziz.
Today, Hadi also reminded his delegates that the party must not forego its Islamist principles, nor allow itself to be ruled by emotions.
He said although PAS is part of Pakatan Rakyat (PR), the party need not surrender its own identity to match that of its partners.
"Allegations we face today must be countered with knowledge and not anger. Let us not be influenced by other political parties. We may be co-operating (with other parties) but we are our own party. We have our own ways and morals," Hadi said.
He added that the party must not make false allegations against its political foes, in covert reference to Umno and its leaders.
"If we want accuse someone then we must have (four) witnesses. If there are no witnesses then it is forbidden," he said.
Abdul Hadi also explained PAS will never work with Umno, judging the latter to have failed to elevate public welfare despite half a century in power.
Today, Umno deputy president Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said Malaysia was already a welfare state under Barisan Nasional, and had surpassed the model proposed by PAS during its muktamar.
He also criticised the party for not discussing allegations against Anwar's sex life, saying it was a moral issue that PAS ignored for political expediency.
Despite his criticisms, Muhyiddin said Umno would still welcome PAS to join an unity government.