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Friday, October 21, 2011

UMNO Could be The Third Party Behind the Suspension Of Prof Abdul Aziz Bari

Kuching
Friday, 21st Oct 2011

UMNO the dirtiest political party in Malaysia has been involved in most of the incidences that nearly jeopardised the freedom of Malaysia since after "merdeka" until now. The incidences such as  May 1969, the formation of PERKASA the racist movement, DUMC Incidence and finally the suspension of Law Professor Aziz Bari all had been instrumented by racist UMNO. Another incidence the HIMPUN which will be held on Saturday, 22nd Oct 2011 is also instrumented by UMNO members. Names like Sengkatak Ezam, Zul Nordin and Ibrahim Ali have been implicated as the organiser of HIMPUN. Muhyidin had denied the involvement of UMNO but the evident shows otherwise. Why Malaysian need to trust this "Malay First 1Malaysia Second" DPM? 


KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 21 — The academic staff of the International Islamic University of Malaysia (UIA) have joined the protest against the university’s suspension of Prof Dr Abdul Aziz Bari, stating that the law professor is a victim of ignorant “allegations and pressure.”

Just hours after 700 UIA students gathered at the Gombak campus this morning to demand Abdul Aziz’s reinstatement, the university’s academic staff have also come out to condemn the indefinite suspension that followed after the don had allegedly criticised the Selangor Sultan.

“Abdul Aziz Bari (picture) should be thanked for getting a nation to think. He should not be punished for the reaction of third parties.

“The allegations and pressure that are not based on knowledge levelled against Abdul Aziz Bari are a waste of time and lowers the status of the country in the eyes of the world,” the UIA Malaysia Academic Staff Association (PKA UIAM) said in a statement today.

Aziz’s suspension has raised the mercury ahead of tomorrow’s planned gathering of a million Muslims to rally against “the challenge of Christianisation” on the back of alleged proselytising by Christians.

Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah had decreed recently that the Selangor Islamic Religious Department (Jais) had found evidence of proselytisation by non-Muslims during a dinner held at the Damansara Utama Methodist Church (DUMC) on August 3 but said it was insufficient for further legal action.

Abdul Aziz’s statement that the intervention was “unusual and inconsistent” and not done in line with Islamic teachings caused a furore in Parliament among Barisan Nasional (BN) MPs who urged that action be taken against the UIA law lecturer.

Although a police report has been lodged against him, the outspoken academic has decided against apologising for his remarks, insisting he had not meant to challenge the Sultan.

“We feel aggrieved at the external interference in the education system that should be free and professional,” PKA UIAM added.

A large crowd at the Himpunan Sejuta Umat (Himpun), or Gathering of a Million Faithful, tomorrow could push Umno and PAS to seek relevance among more religious Malays and raise already simmering fears of Islamisation among non-Muslims and more liberal Malays.

Christian leaders have labelled Himpun’s fight against proselytisation “irrelevant” and cautioned the group against provoking religious tension by going ahead with the rally.

Although Umno has defended Himpun’s freedom to assemble, its partners in the ruling BN, MCA and Gerakan, have urged for the rally to be called off as they fear it will harm race and religious relations.

PAS has said the gathering should remain apolitical while PKR insists there is no threat from Christians.

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Muammar Muhammad Abu Minyar al-Gaddafi Was Shot Dead Without Mercy!

Kuching
Friday, 21st October 2011


No matter how bad is a man he deserves a humane treatments. After I looked at some of the photos posted in the online news, I was surprised to see how Ghadaffi was brutally treated by his own countrymen.He must had committed "a cardinal sin" towards his people during his 42 years reign on Libya.As lesson learned to all the leaders particularly those who have been on power for more than 20 years. Winning the election does not mean that leader should hang on to power. I have some advise to our leader in Sarawak to learn from Ghadaffi. Every leader should know when to call it a day and do not wait for the same fate like Ghadaffi. Ghadaffi was reported to beg for mercy from his captors but people were to angry at him and killed him with single shot to the head. http://www.bukittunggal.com/


Libya's hated tyrant — found skulking in a drainage pipe in a suburb of his home city — was shown no mercy as he was thrown wounded on to a truck.
It set off for the centre of Sirte two miles away but was surrounded by a baying mob.

The monster was then hauled out — and filmed on mobile phones as he was unceremoniously dragged in agony through the dusty streets.
 Blood pouring from his face, the brute behind the slaughter of thousands of his countrymen desperately begged for his life.

But his pleas fell on deaf ears. The Mad Dog — who had been stripped of his shirt — was killed by a bullet to the left temple.
Gaddafi's humiliation did not end there. Angry crowds took off their shoes to batter his dead face with the soles — a dire Arab insult.
The announcement he had been killed — as his stronghold of Sirte became the last city to fall to the revolution — sparked jubilation across the country the maniac ruled with an iron fist for 42 years.
The young freedom fighter who found him hiding in the pipe under a road was hailed a national hero and paraded shoulder-high.
Grinning Mohammed al Bibi, 20, was greeted by wild crowds in Sirte amid volley after volley of celebration gunfire.
He told how the tyrant was armed with only his James Bond villain-style "golden gun" — which he was often photographed with — when he was discovered.
Enlarge The young rebel — wearing a New York Yankees baseball cap instead of an Army helmet — said that as he grabbed it, Gaddafi begged: "Don't shoot. Don't shoot."
He was still brandishing the ornate souvenir as overjoyed crowds surrounded him chanting: "God is great!"
Gaddafi's corpse was finally loaded on to an ambulance and taken to Misrata — the city that held out against months of slaughter by the tyrant's bloodthirsty forces.
Last night the revolutionary government claimed Gaddafi was shot in the head by crossfire as he was being taken to hospital — where he arrived alive but then died.
But that account was at odds with the version given by ecstatic freedom fighters in Sirte.
One said in broken English: "We catch him and we shot him — somebody shot him by gun... 9mm."
Adel Busamir said he saw people "beating" Gaddafi, adding: "Someone shot him with a 9mm pistol — then they took him away."
The grisly footage as the balding tyrant was paraded wounded was taken as crowds chanted: "The blood of the martyrs shall not be in vain."
Battered Gaddafi — blood oozing from his mouth — is seen struggling as he is pushed stumbling and shouting on to the bonnet of a pickup truck.
One man shouts: "We want him alive! We want him alive!"


Gaddafi is dragged away towards an ambulance — with captors pulling his hair. Later footage showed fighters rolling his lifeless body over on the pavement, stripped to the waist and with a pool of blood under his head.
Abdullah Berrassali, of the National Transitional Council, later left citizens in no doubt about the tyrant's fate. He declared: "Gaddafi is dead, absolutely dead."
The spokesman went on: "I have always said that the priority would be to take Gaddafi alive and put him on a fair, just trial. But if he resisted arrest there was a great likelihood he would be killed."
Gaddafi's presence in Sirte, which is 300 miles from capital Tripoli, explains why fighting there has been so intense over the past few weeks — with loyalists desperate to protect their leader.
British Tornado jets were yesterday in the sky, leading the reconnaissance mission when the fleeing tyrant's convoy was bombed.
As Sirte fell, desperate Gaddafi snipers ditched their military uniforms and fired indiscriminately at civilians.
Following the brute's death, revolutionary fighters there yelled: "We did it! We did it!"
They then prayed for the 40,000 "martyrs" who had lost their lives in the uprising.
Last night massive celebrations were being held from Benghazi to Tripoli as the nation hailed a "new era for free Libya".
The new national flag filled streets and squares as crowds sang and fired guns in the air.
Prime Minister Mahmoud Jibril said in Tripoli: "We have been waiting for this moment for a long time. Muammar Gaddafi has been killed."

Abdel-Jalil Abdel-Aziz, a doctor who was part of the medical team that accompanied the body in the ambulance and examined it, said Gaddafi had two wounds. One was to the chest, which is believed to be where he had been wounded when he crawled into the drainage pipe.
The shot that killed him was to the head. The doctor said: "You can't imagine my happiness today. I can't describe my happiness.
"The tyranny is gone. Now the Libyan people can rest."
In Misrata, Gaddafi's body was loaded on to a vehicle to be paraded through the streets. People in Tripoli hugged each other as cars honked their horns.
Military spokesman Col Ahmed Bani said: "I reassure everyone that this story has ended and this book has closed."



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