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Saturday, January 2, 2010

Perak Mufti Should Slam Fellow Muslim That Threaten Other People Life Than Distrupt Religious Telorance In Malaysia

COPENHAGEN, DENMARK
Saturday, 02 January 2010


Danish police late Friday shot and wounded a man close to radical Somali Islamists who tried to enter the Aarhus home of Kurt Westergaard, who drew controversial cartoons of Islam's prophet Mohammed, Danish security sources said.
The Danish cartoonist, who has received several death threats since a Danish newspaper four years ago published his drawing featuring Mohammed wearing a turban in the shape of a bomb, was at home in Viby near the western city of Aarhus when the 27-year-old and two others tried to get in, daily Politiken reported online.
Guards repulsed the three intruders as security alarms were set off, and the wounded man was hospitalised.
Denmark's Ritzau news agency said a dozen police vehicles were at the scene while sappers were sent in to look for a bomb that might have been laid.

Police tightlipped

Contacted by AFP, Jutland police confirmed an incident near the home of the 74-year-old cartoonist but refused to give details pending the release of a statement later.
Westergaard is one of 12 cartoonists whose drawings of the Muslim prophet were first published in Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten in September 2005, sparking controversy among Muslims worldwide.
The 12 cartoons were considered offensive by many Muslims and their publication sparked violent protests worldwide in January and February 2006.
Demonstrators burned Danish flags in protests that culminated in February 2006 with the torching of Danish diplomatic offices in Damascus and Beirut and dozens of deaths in Nigeria, Libya and Pakistan. - AFP

Perak Mufti Should Slam The Terrorist Acts By Its Fellow Muslim


The mufti who immune From Police Action

Among all the muftis in Malaysia, the mufti of perak is the most controversal and the most unfriendly mufti toward the followers of other faiths. In October 2006, he forwarded the most controversal SMS by claiming that Datuk Azhar Mansor was going to convert 250 muslims to christianity in one of the church in Ipoh. His SMS nearly caused religious unrest in Ipoh whereby hundreds of muslims sorrounded the said church. But no actions were taken by the police against the Perak's mufti.
Being the Mufti who is paid with tax payer monies from the muslim communities and people of the other faiths, his responsibilities should also include to maintain the peaceful environment between muslims and non-muslims in Malaysia. Please avoid this country from becoming another Afganistan or Pakistan by Stopping  your controversal approach!...Bukittunggal
And on 1st January 2009, he was among many muslims that against the high court decision in the usage of word Allah by Catholic Herald.He accused the judge/court did not respect the feeling of the Muslims.
I urge all catholics in Malaysia to make police report agains this mufti for contempt of court. As for the police they should take pro-active action, and  without waiting for the police report. Surprisingly despite so many controversies being made by this mufti, but the state of Perak still retain him and no action by the police.
Being the member of PAKATAN RAKYAT myself, I urge all the muslim clerics/schoolars in PAKATAN RAKYAT to come forward and condemn this racist mufti.

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Special New Year Greetings From Barisan Nasional Government

This year Malaysians will need to spent extra monies from their incomes , as Barisan Nasional government had announced the increase on price of certain items in 2010. The items which prices had been increased with effect from 1st January 2010 are :-

  1.  Sugar. The price of sugar has been increased for 20 sens per kilogram. Before the increase, the price of sugar in Peninsular per kilogram was at RM 1.45 and RM 1.55 in Sabah and Sarawak. According to the Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Ministry secretary-general Datuk Mohd Zain Mohd Dom, who made the announcement, said the increase in the sugar price was necessitated by the rise in the price of raw sugar in the world market, and that the government still subsidised the price at 80 sen per kg or RM1.008 billion for the year.
  2. White Bread. The government also announced that it withdrew its subsidy on white bread and removed the commodity from the price control scheme.
  3. Cigarette Minimum Price Regulation. With effect from 1st January 2010, the smokers will need to pay more on their cigarettes as BN government had came up with the minimum price for cigarettes regulation.With this regulation, a minimum price for 20s cigarette will be sold at RM 6.20.
  4. Credit Card Service Tax. Card holders will need to pay RM50 credit card service tax on all principal credit card and RM25 for every supplementary card. The tax according to BN government was to discourage unwise spending by card users.
  5. Government decision to increase the price of sugar, white bread and cigarettes, and the introduction  of Credit Card Service Tax will have serious consequences on the public especially the lower income group.
Plights by some Iban in the Longhouse  

My recent visit to Kampong Empaling and Kampong Tekuyong, both are under P202 and N25, when told about the price increase on certain items that affect them such as  the price of sugar and cigarettes, most of them were not happy with the government.
According to them, in 2008 when the government increased the price of petrol, most of  the price of  the items were shoot-up. The effort by the government to reduce the  price  of petrol in the same year did not help much as its did not bring down the price of  the items.
Their village heads, TR Ngulu and TR Jawan also informed Bukittunggal that most of the subsidies promised by BN government such as the subsidies for petrol and diesel for their generators,  and the rice subsidy until now has not reached them. They added with the new price increases announced by the government it will affect the life of people in the longhouses badly.

My Advice To the Voters in the Longhouses.

PM Najib slogan "“1Malaysia. People First. Performance Now” " is just a rethoric. So far,  he and BN government have done nothing in helping the people.
Enough is Enough. The people of the longhouses must supports the PAKATAN RAKYAT in the coming State Election.

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Breaking News-Augustine Paul Passes Away

KUALA LUMPUR
2nd January 2010



Federal Court judge Datuk Seri S. Augustine Paul, who shot to prominence for presiding over Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s 1998 corruption case, has died today of an undisclosed ailment. He was 64.
It is not known what caused his death but he had been bed-ridden for some time. It is understood the funeral will be held tomorrow.
Paul was first appointed as a judicial commissioner on Sep 1, 1996 before he was elevated to the High Court on May 15, 1998.
He presided over Anwar’s sodomy and corruption trials where his remark “irrelevant, irrelevant” was the most quotable quote from the proceedings.
He was made a Courts of Appeal judge on Aug 1, 2003, and later joined the Federal Court bench on June 17, 2005.

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