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Sunday, March 1, 2015

Despite promising Malays the 'moon & stars', only small crowd turned up at over-glitzy do

Despite promising Malays the 'moon & stars', only small crowd turned up at over-glitzy do
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak today pledged that his administration will continue to help and protect the Malays as long as "the moon and stars" still shine.
He said the Bumiputera agenda which he launched two years ago will continue to be the national agenda and policies, programmes and actions drawn up will be based on this.
"As the prime minister, I pledged that the government I lead will continue to help the Malay Bumiputeras to be successful, based on the speech in Shah Alam two years ago where I said the Bumiputera agenda is the national agenda.
"As long as there are moons and stars, as long as Malay blood still flows, we will fight for the Malay race," he said at the Malay Unity Gathering at Stadium Putra, Bukit Jalil tonight, attended by some 5,000 people, including Malay Cabinet members, heads of non-governmental organisations, students and community leaders.
Najib added, however, that the government wanted the community to see it as a facilitator, whereby opportunities would be given to those with merit and talent, instead of expecting contracts from the government just because they are Malays.
He said tonight's large-scale glitzy gathering was historic as it underscored the importance of unity among the Malays.
The gathering, he said, was a showcase of a great, dignified, strong, successful and blessed Malay race.
"As such, in this gathering, we have to ask ourselves, what we can do as Malays? What can we contribute?" he said, adding that the community did not want to be belittled or insulted and instead, wanted to be respected and dignified.
Some of the attendees at the Malay Unity Gathering event at the Stadium Putra in Bukit Jalil today came in full traditional Malay costume, including this father and son pair.
He said the community has come a long way, with many Malays successful in their own right whether they are entrepreneurs, academicians or corporate leaders.
However, he acknowledged that more needed to be done.
As such, he came up with seven pledges that the community should adhere to.
They include: to defend Islam as the federal religion based on the Al-Quran and Al-Sunnah; defend the royal institution and the Bumiputera special rights as enshrined in the Federal Constitution; and strengthen the Malay economic power so that they are competitive. – TMI

Lelaki Pakai T-Shirt "Saya Melancap" Dalam Masjid Menjadi Viral

TERKEDU seketika kami melihat gambar yang dikongsikan oleh pemilik akaun Twitter @thezulfo ini.

Tak tahulah sama ada individu ini sedar atau tidak maksud perkataan ‘I Masturbate’ yang membawa maksud ‘Saya Melancap’ pada T-shirt yang dipakainya.

Lebih ‘menarik’, dipakainya pula untuk menunaikan solat di masjid! Aduh…

Kami bukanlah ahli agama, tapi setahu kami umat Islam disarankan memakai pakaian yang sopan dan tidak melambangkan sebarang unsur keganasan dan kekufuran, apatah lagi kemaksiatan.

Kalau diteliti lagi gambar tersebut, T-shirt individu itu juga singkat sehingga menampakkan boxer yang dipakainya.


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Alahai, tak tahulah kami nak kata apa…

Cuma diharapkan selepas ini, umat Islam akan lebih peka dalam aspek adab berpakaian di masjid. Janganlah sampai jadi begini pulak…







GST: Caj selenggara kondominium, apartment dan pangsapuri dijangka naik lebih 10 peratus..


Pemilik kediaman bagi kondominium, apartment dan pangsapuri diberitahu supaya bersedia berhadapan dengan caj penyelanggaraan yang lebih tinggi bermula April ini walaupun bayaran itu dikecualikan Cukai Barang dan Perkhidmatan (GST).

Presiden Persatuan Pengurusan Bangunan Malaysia (BMAM), Tan Sri Eddy Chen memberi amaran bahawa peningkatan itu akan menyaksikan lebih 10 peratus bagi memenuhi kos operasi yang lebih tinggi.

Beliau berkata, walaupun GST tidak dikenakan terhadap bayaran penyelenggaraan, pihak pengurusan kediaman masih perlu membayar GST apabila mereka mendapatkan khidmat kontraktor seperti juruelektrik bagi menyelesaikan masalah berkaitan.

Chen berkata, caj penyelenggaraan harus ditetapkan lebih tinggi lebih daripada enam peratus sekiranya tiada bayaran oleh peminjam diambil kira, lapor mStarOnline.

“Bagi kes rumah pangsa kos rendah dan sederhana, kira-kira 40 peratus pemilik tidak membayar caj penyelenggaraan bulanan antara RM35 dan RM70 sebulan.

“Jadi, walaupun hanya 50 peratus yang membayar, caj penyelenggaraan akan dinaikkan sebanyak 12 peratus bagi menampung kekurangan itu dan enam peratus dalam GST perlu dibayar kepada penyedia perkhidmatan,” katanya.

BMAM merupakan badan yang menghimpunkan 25 organisasi mewakili syarikat-syarikat pengurusan (MC), badan pengurusan bersama (JMB), dewan perniagaan, pemaju, firma kejuruteraan dan arkitek, pengurusan kompleks bangunan tinggi dan membeli-belah dan ejen pengurusan.

Timbalan Presiden BMAM, Tan Sri Teo Chiang Kok berkata, pada masa ini terdapat 1.8 juta hartanah strata atau bangunan tinggi di negara ini di mana 90 peratusnya adalah kediaman.

Beliau berkata, persatuan itu bimbang terhadap pemilik pangsapuri kos rendah dan sederhanan yang mungkin gagal untuk membuat bayaran penyelenggaraan apabila GST dikuatkuasakan.

“Saya telah mengingatkan semua JMB an MC untuk membuat tender terbuka dan hanya memilih mereka yang menawarkan perkhidmatan terbaik pada kos paling rendah (bagi memastikan caj penyelenggaraan adalah rendah),” katanya.

Beliau menambah, pemilik mungkin menolak cadangan peningkatan caj semasa mesyuarat agung JMB dan MC tetapi “mereka tidak boleh terlepas daripada GST”.

GAMBAR: Babi Hutan Dirakam Jilat Pinggan Mangkuk Gerai

GAMBAR babi hutan sedang menjilat pinggan mangkuk yang dirakam di sebuah kedai makan terletak di Banjaran Titiwangsa kini viral di laman sosial.
Insiden berkenaan mencetuskan kebimbangan masyarakat Islam memandangkan binatang berkenaan dikelaskan sebagai najis berat (mughallazah) yang perlu dijauhi.
Babi tersebut dipercayai keluar dari hutan berhampiran pada waktu malam sebelum mengunjungi gerai makan lalu menjilat sisa makanan pada pinggan mangkuk yang ditinggalkan terbiar di atas meja oleh peniaga.
Ini sekaligus menimbulkan persoalan perihal kesucian pinggan mangkuk tersebut yang sepatutnya disamak sebelum boleh digunakan umat Islam.
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Meskipun pinggan mangkuk tersebut bakal dibasuh namun jika tidak disucikan dengan cara betul mengikut syariat, ianya tetap dianggap tercalit najis.
Pihak peniaga sepatutnya, lebih peka menjaga kebersihan agar perkara sebegini tidak berterusan kerana yang menerima akibatnya adalah pelanggan yang tidak tahu hujung pangkal.

Apatah lagi jika peniaga terbabit sendiri merupakan penganut Islam, silalah bersikap lebih bertanggung jawab selepas ini kerana soal hukum hakam jangan dibuat main!

Ibu Sirul Ke Australia Malam Ini


Piah Samad, ibu kepada Sirul Azhar Umar, yang disabitkan bersalah membunuh Altantuya Shaariibuu, dijadual berlepas ke Australia untuk menemui anaknya malam ini.

Menurut Ketua Penerangan PAS Datuk Mahfuz Omar yang menguruskan penerbangan itu, mereka akan bertolak pada jam 11 malam ini di Lapangan Terbang Antarabangsa (KLIA) di Sepang.

Sidang media dijadual diadakan dua jam sebelum itu di balai berlepas.

Mahfuz sebelum ini berkata beliau, peguam dan seorang adik Sirul akan menemani Piah, 74, ke Sydney, antaranya untuk melepaskan rindu ibu-anak.

Kali terakhir Piah bertemu Sirul dikatakan ketika Mahkamah Rayuan membebaskan anak keempatnya itu daripada tuduhan.

Sirul, bekas anggota polis elit itu, kini ditahan oleh pihak imigresen negara itu di Sydney.

Beliau pada 13 Januari lalu diputuskan bersalah membunuh Altantuya bersama Azilah Hadri. Mereka dijatuhi hukuman gantung oleh Mahkamah Persekutuan.

Sirul tidak dapat dibawa pulang oleh kerajaan Malaysia kerana undang-undang Australia tidak membenarkan seseorang yang berdepan hukuman mati diekstradisi ke negara hukuman disabitkan.

Beliau kini menjadi perhatian dunia selepas mengugut untuk membongkar “segala-galanya” berhubung kematian warganegara Mongolia itu.

Ini kerana, walaupun hukuman dijatuhkan, motif pembunuhan itu sehingga ini masih tidak terungkai.

- mkini

‘RM2.5bil 1MDB funds sent to Jho Low’s firm’

Jho Low with KeysThe RM2.5 billion (US$700 million) which was listed as a loan repayment from 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) to Petrosaudi International (PSI) during 1MDB’s joint venture with Petrosaudi in 2009, was actually a “front” to channel the money to a company controlled by tycoon Jho Low (seen with Alicia Keysleft), online news portal Sarawak Report alleged yesterday.
It claimed it had obtained confidential email exchanges and the whole joint venture agreement worth RM3.6 billion between 1MDB and Petrosaudi made in September 2009.
Last week, Sarawak Report revealed contents of the joint venture agreement which stated that 1MDB had to undertake to repay a RM2.5 billion loan that Petrosaudi had taken from its parent company, Petrosaudi International.
However, in its report yesterday, it exposed alleged email communications that revealed that Petrosaudi had agreed to act as a “front” for the money to be channeled to a foreign company allegedly controlled by Jho Low and his business associates.
The controversial Penang-born tycoon had been constantly linked to Prime MinisterRosmah and Najib 1mdb Najib Abdul Razak (right) in the past, and was alleged in the report to have acted as though he represented the PM in communications with both PSI and 1MDB chiefs.
In fact, according to the report, Jho Low and his business associates were constantly copied in all email communications regarding negotiations pertaining to the joint venture.
PetroSaudi: Emails false
Sarawak Report said that in spite of official denials, the documents showed that the entire joint venture deal was “conceived, managed and driven” by Jho Low. The report also states that 1MDB bosses were kept out of the loop, and were only given an overview of PSI’s portfolio merely days before the massive joint venture agreement was penned in London.
Malaysiakini has contacted 1MDB and PetroSaudi for a response. In a statement to The Rakyat Post, PetroSaudi said the emails are false and that the news reports are “malicious”.
Sarawak Report’s full article can be accessed here. The report was in collaboration with London’s The Sunday Times.
The Sunday Times reported that a source close to Low dismissed claims that he was a secret broker as “without merit”, because he had said this year that he gave his views to 1MDB on various matters. He had not profited personally from the fund nor has he been employed or retained by 1MDB, the source said.
Similarly, the Malaysian government told the UK newspaper that Prime Minister Najib is not involved in 1MDB’s  day-to-day operation.
“Views expressed by certain quarters concerning 1MDB should be examined in light of political motivation. However, if any wrongdoing is proven, the law will be enforced without exception.”
Low strikes back
Meanwhile in another development, Low has threatened to sue The Edge and its related news site The Malaysian Insider over articles on his involvement with 1MDB, the latter reported today.
According to the report, Low in a letter of demand dated February 26 pressed for the retraction of “false and defamatory assertions” in an article titled ‘Razak family concerned about inheritance talk, say siblings’ published in the news portal on February 24. Low’s lawyers also demanded the publications from writing articles of that sort in the future.
However, The Edge chief executive officer Ho Kay Tat in a note which accompanied the letter of demand published, said the group was standing by the stories written and will not cease publishing such articles.
“We would like to state here that The Edge Media Group stands by all the articles we have published about Mr Low and about 1MDB, and we will continue to publish news stories about Mr Low and about 1MDB as and when it is merited,” Ho was quoted saying.

Good Star Limited? Sarawak Report Presents Smoking Gun

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My comments : Folks, unless Sarawak Report fabricated this entire story, the information is earth shattering. Yes you can feel the earth moving under you feet.

Here is the soalan cepu mas : With so much expose, you mean nothing is going to happen? 

What kind of a country is this? What more evidence do you need?   


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