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- Too much Anwarism may be bad for Pakatan
- Perutusan Hari Raya Nurul Izzah Anwar 1 Syawal 1431
- Stephen Hawking's Junk Science Atheism
- Malaysia Today & Anwar Ibrahim Blog Under Attack
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Posted: 09 Sep 2010 02:54 PM PDT
Posted: 09 Sep 2010 11:49 AM PDT
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Posted: 09 Sep 2010 10:01 AM PDT
Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri, maaf zahir dan batin
To Allah SWT, forgive me for my sins,
To Omak and Abah, forgive this son of yours for being too busy,
To my siblings, let's forgive and forget,
To my family, I have forgiven you a long time ago,
To my relatives, let's forgive, forget and be one big family again,
To my bro Rockybru, let's call it 0-0 and forget that I used to borrow from you (issshkk...),
To the government, I am sorry for criticizing (once in a while),
To the Opposition, let's shake hands (for the time being),
To my fellow bloggers, go on with you good work,
To my readers, forgive me for I am not perfect,
To friends, let's keep on forgiving and forgetting before we die,
To those who dont like me, I like you and I forgive you,
To all Malaysians, let's celebrate this Eid in the spirit of friendship and without prejudice,
To Muslims in the United States, sorry that your Eid falls on Sept 11 (brave it!),
To Muslims in Palestine, Iraq and Afghanistan, go on protecting yourself, and
To non-Muslims worldwide, Islam is not a religion of terror! Forgive yourself!
Posted: 09 Sep 2010 08:36 AM PDT
Sometimes one can only shake one's head in disbelief and dismay to see those who claim to be 'People of the Book' go on and stir controversy and try to draw attention to themselves by putting up a stunt in wishing to burn the Glorious Quran on the anniversary of the 9-11 2001 World Trade Center destruction in New York, USA?
Why do I say death wish?
Well, the idiot has already received so many death threats against him and knowing the ease of Americans carrying out target practice, I wouldn't be surprised if such a target happens to be a weirdo in Florida who wishes to play with fire?
Chances are that not only will he be promised a prime spot in Narr al Jahannam, the bugger might also be roasted here on Earth.
I came across this article about a Syrian Catholic priest who wrote to the Florida arsonist wannabe and invited him to visit the former in Syria and learn as to how Christians and Muslims in his country get along all these while without any problems?
Frankly speaking, I wouldn't worry too much about this stunt that this fella is trying to pull. Only insignificant weirdos like this small town preacher would wish to do something as stupid and as self damaging as this 'Burn a Quran Day' proponent!
I'm only anticipating that there might be those who would want to have a 'Burn a Florida Pastor Day'?
Now, that would truly be a too hot to handle probability!
Posted: 08 Sep 2010 11:22 PM PDT
By Stanley Koh
COMMENT Politicians, unlike temperamental film directors, cannot simply force their unilateral decisions down others' throats, ignoring agreements they have entered into and dismissing the protestations of the other side simply because they happen to be complicated.
Many observers are wondering whether Anwar Ibrahim was thinking rationally in his recent decisions on Sabah PKR.
Indeed, hiccups within PKR over the past year are worrying some supporters, particularly from the Chinese community. Ardent supporters are inclined to see the party as undergoing the natural process of growing up, but apolitical sympathisers are beginning to compare the leadership maturity of PKR unfavourably with those of its coalition partners, DAP and PAS.
And feedback from the public on the latest leadership developments in PKR is unsurprisingly getting less favourable.
Many are even asking whether Anwar's political capital from the Chinese is starting to show signs of depleting.
Those brought up on Confucian philosophy point out that if Anwar as a leader wants to continue to enjoy electoral support, he must cultivate his own personal character (leadership qualities) and put his own house (PKR) in order before serving the community and nation.
Doubts and scepticism are sprouting in many peoples' minds whether PKR can play an effective role within PR on the treacherous march to Putrajaya.
In short, PKR is perceived as a cumbersome partner and a possible spoiler to Pakatan Rakyat's larger political objective. Is the dominating Anwar factor fast becoming a counter-productive element within the Pakatan coalition?
Even staunch supporters in the public domain are questioning whether leadership complacency is taking its toll on Anwar. Many within the Chinese community are saying that Anwar should not take their support for granted. They see the spilling of bad blood and thirst for power within the party as a distraction from the objectives of Reformasi.
Insiders may dismiss the apparent disarray within the PKR leadership as trivial or accuse political rivals of deliberately playing it up. But bad publicity can inflict real harm even if Anwar is still able to draw large crowds to his "political ceramah", which for long have been regarded as an unreliable indicator in delivering the hard votes.
Goh, 58, a retired accountant and an ardent PKR supporter, summed up the sentiments of many when he remarked, "Many like me are not really in the know about the truth of the happenings within PKR.
"Who is in the right or in the wrong? There is awareness that the mainstream media may be distorting news on the squabbling within PKR. For the truth, we source from portal news and blogs."
Should Anwar alone be taking the blame for the weaknesses in the PKR leadership?
Tour operator Frankie Lee, 59, frankly told FMT: "I have been giving Anwar a chance to show that he has changed from his old Umno ways. To me, the old Anwar (of Umno) was just another political opportunist.
"Sometimes I wonder whether he would have changed if he had not been fixed up with the sodomy case and eventually sacked from Umno.
"I have no more confidence in PKR because Anwar does not seem to be able to control his own party. How is he going to rule the nation?"
In the past, Anwar earned much respect from the Chinese community for his immeasurable endurance and will in overcoming pain and adversity when he was sacked as deputy prime minister and beaten up in custody.
Many still believe that he was politically crucified in an evil plot. But this goodwill and sympathy from the hearts of the Chinese community will not last forever.
It would be unwise to think that the Chinese community's endearment can be taken for granted although their support for Anwar did not grow overnight.
Increasingly, there are tell-tale signs within the Chinese community of a growing perception that PKR is not as strong as it seemed. It is the weakest link in the Pakatan chain.
On the other hand, there is growing respect towards DAP and PAS.
"PAS is better organised and strategised compared to PKR. PKR leaders are less disciplined, especially with Anwar showing a lack of leadership competency," businessman Cheong, 58, told FMT.
Echoing similar sentiments, building contractor Steven, 55, said, "There is hope for PKR as long as the Pakatan coalition is united, similar to component parties within BN. Otherwise, there little hope of PKR surviving."
Although Anwar is still noted for his charisma and his mediating role within the Pakatan coalition, there are increasing criticisms against his approaches and style in handling internal party problems.
Within the Chinese community, especially among the older generation, there is a kind of bewilderment over Anwar's political maturity.
Sabahan Wong YY, 51, said that any political leader who had tasted the bitter of the bitter should become the man above men. "The personal agony and reformasi years should have moulded Anwar into a better and wiser leader.
"But his recent actions against allies in Sabah is disappointing. Anwar should allow a Sabahan to determine Sabah's own destiny," Wong remarked.
As author of The Asian Renaissance, Anwar should be reminded of the tone of pragmatic wisdom in the voice of Confucius.
Confucius said, "By three methods, we may learn wisdom. First, by reflection, which is noblest. Second, by imitation, which is easiest; and third, by experience, which is the bitterest."
Anwar must transcend or cast away his old Umno mindset to achieve the great feat of transforming the nation into a true democracy.
In the philosophy of the Chinese, there are two choices in life, with two outcomes: either a sweet beginning towards a bitter end or a bitter start to a sweet ending. The ball is now at Anwar's feet.
Stanley Koh is the former head of research unit at MCA
Posted: 09 Sep 2010 07:25 AM PDT
Sekali lagi umat Islam menyambut Hari Raya Aidilfitri dengan meriahnya tahun ini, walaupun baru sahaja dikenakan potongan subsidi minyak dan gula ditambah pula dengan kenaikan kos hidup. Ternyata, semangat Hari Raya terserlah walaupun dengan permasalahan ini.
Bagi saya inilah kali ketiga saya menyambut Hari Raya sebagai Ahli Parlimen.
Agama Islam mengajar bahawa sambutan Aidilfitri ini melambangkan kesucian kita yang kembali kepada fitrah atau asal kita, selepas melaui proses sebulan berpuasa.
Tidak kira miskin atau kaya, umat Islam menahan diri daripada lapar dan dahaga selama sebulan. Dan pada malamnya dimeriahkan pula dengan solat tarawikh dan ada juga yang bertadarus.
Pada musim inilah umat Islam juga diwajibkan membayar zakat fitrah bagi membantu meringankan beban golongan yang kurang bernasib baik. Dalam konteks sejarah Islam, semangat pembayaran zakat fitrah ini adalah merapatkan golongan bernasib baik dengan yang kurang bernasib baik.
Zakat fitrah memastikan yang papa tidak terus merana, dan yang kaya tidak melupakan mereka yang miskin. Ia satu bentuk zakat yang cukup spesifik tujuannya.
Daripada konsep zakat fitrah inilah saya melihat kawasan Parlimen saya yang penuh dengan kepelbagaian taraf ekonomi.
Yang bernasib baik di Bukit Pantai, Bukit Bandaraya dan Bangsar Baru, mungkin tidak banyak berurusan bersama dengan mereka yang mendiami Kampung Kerinci, Pantai Dalam atau Kampung Pasir sekiranya tidak kerana Hari Raya.
Walaupun tidak saling mengenali, saya percaya mereka ada berselisih ketika membeli juadah untuk berbuka puasa atau ketika membuat persiapan mendapatkan barang keperluan Hari Raya.
Sepanjang Ramadhan lalu, saya telah berpeluang berbuka serta bertarawikh bersama sebahagian pengundi-pengundi saya.
Selain daripada pelbagai program kawasan yang sudah saya langsungkan sejak lebih dua tahun lalu, dari masjid-masjid jugalah saya dapat melihat pelbagai keperluan dan kehendak ekonomi mereka yang berbeza-beza.
Saya harap, bersempena semangat Hari Raya ini, penduduk Lembah Pantai yang lebih bernasib baik dapat cuba mengenali mereka yang kurang berada. Alhamdulillah sebelumnya ramai yang telah sudi menyalurkan bantuan melalui saya.
Bukan setiap kali kita mengharapkan bantuan kewangan. Silaturrahim itu diperkukuhkan sekadar solat berjemaah di masjid di kawasan Kerinchi atau Pantai Dalam demi menghulurkan salam perkenalan.
Salah satu cara yang dapat difikirkan adalah kepada yang tinggal di Bangsar untuk bersolat Hari Raya di Pantai Dalam atau di Kerinchi, saling bermaafan-maafan dari penduduk kejiranan yang lain. Begitulah juga bagi mereka di kawasan lain.
Inilah sahaja laungan "perpaduan Melayu" yang dapat saya cadangkan. Perpaduan yang bermakna dan merangkumi kasih sayang sesama insan.
Semenjak dua Hari Raya yang lepas, saya sendiri bergerak di celah-celah kepelbagaian di Lembah Pantai ini dalam memahami negara saya dengan lebih dekat. Selain komposisi kaum, kemajmukan dalam kedudukan ekonomi ini menjadikan Lembah Pantai cerminan yang baik kepada negara kita Malaysia. Kerana itulah saya sangat berterima kasih kepada pengundi tempatan yang telah memberikan peluang kepada saya untuk menjadi wakil mereka.
Dalam kegusaran saya yang berterusan menjadi sasaran serangan ahli-ahli politik sepanjang Ramadhan lalu, terubat sedikit apabila melihat kemeriahan warga Lembah Pantai dalam kesibukan bersedia untuk Hari Raya.
Secara peribadi, saya sedar banyak lagi perkara yang mahu saya lakukan di sini kerana masih ada kekurangan yang patut diatasi di Lembah Pantai dan Hari Raya ini adalah peluang terbaik untuk saya menilai kembali khidmat yang telah saya berikan sejak lebih dua tahun lalu.
Saya percaya penduduk Lembah Pantai juga akan dapat melakukan perkara sama, ketika menyambut hari kita kembali kepada fitrah ini.
Oleh itu, jika ada salah dan silap, saya, Shahrir, Safiyah dan Harith mengucapkan Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri, Maaf Zahir dan Batin.
Nurul Izzah Anwar
1 Syawal 1431
Posted: 09 Sep 2010 07:36 AM PDT
Hari Raya message from MCA President Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek
On behalf of the MCA, I would like to extend our warm wishes to all Malaysians celebrating Hari Raya Aidilfitri.
After a month of fasting and abstinence during the holy Ramadan period, it is time for Malaysians to come together to join their fellow Muslim friends and neighbours to usher in the festivity.
We see the coming together of all Malaysians as colleagues, friends and families, and sharing food on the same table, having fun and laughter. This is a clear manifestation of what 1Malaysia is all about.
Such a scenario should not be short lived and only enliven during festivities.
We should make it a culture that every day should be as such and not only during each festivity. If we can foster such rapport during this time of period, there is no stopping us from continuing with such a philosophy and understanding.
Let us draw strengths from our diversity to see things as one and to play, eat and work as one family. Let us not see faults in each other but identify strengths for us to consolidate and learn from each other.
The cohesiveness of the people to be able to bond together as a family unit would be the envy of many nations which are trying to come to terms with oppression and internal strives.
Let us not become a duplicate of these weaker nations if we allow ourselves to be entrapped by the religious bigotry of hatred or suspicion.
Racism, jealousy and religious bigotry has no place for a nation like Malaysia that is fast progressing. Let us not place a spanner in between the spinning wheel.
While we rejoice, it is also time to reflect on our achievements, weaknesses and strengths to better understand our pursuits.
Other than the joy of attending the traditional open houses, it is also the time to end the prejudices against anyone and to repair and build bridges of understanding, co-operation, mutual trust and enhancing the catalyst of strength for the nation.
SELAMAT HARI RAYA
Datuk Seri Dr. Chua Soi Lek
Posted: 09 Sep 2010 07:25 AM PDT
Posted: 09 Sep 2010 07:23 AM PDT
EDITOR's NOTE: Stephen Hawking latest attempt to deny the existance of God rebuked. Isn't it a wonder why Stephen Hawking has never won the Nobel Prize for Physics? It's also a wonder how Stephen Hawking is able to come to such conclusion without any physical evidence. Relying only on his theoretical models.
Stephen Hawking's Junk Science Atheism
Posted: 09 Sep 2010 07:22 AM PDT
Laman Web Malaysia Today masih tidak boleh dilayari sejak awal pagi lagi sehingga sekarang. Selain itu Blog Ketua Pembangkang Malaysia Anway Ibrahim juga mengalami masalah yang sama...
Laman Web Malaysia Today (http://www.malaysia-today.net/) masih tidak boleh dilayari sejak awal pagi lagi sehingga sekarang. Selain itu Blog Ketua Pembangkang Malaysia Anway Ibrahim (http://www.anwaribrahimblog.com/) juga mengalami masalah yang sama...
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Lihat laporan dibawah:
FMT under DDOS attack
PETALING JAYA: The FreeMalaysiaToday website has come under attack, rendering the news portal inaccessible to readers since 3am this morning.
According to FMT's chief technical officer Thirun Nadason, the Distributed Denial of Service (DDOS) attack is believed to be the work of professionals.
"Our tech team is working on ensuring that service can be provided uninterrupted," he said.
FMTs' managing editor Phlip Rodrigues condemned the attacks.
"This is the second time such an incident has happened but FMT will not be discouraged by such unscrupulous actions and will continue to report without fear or favour.
"FMT also wishes to apologise to our readers for any inconvenience caused," he said.
FMT's tech team managed to bring the news site back online at about 9.15pm, after undergoing almost 18-hours of downtime.
"We hope we can keep the site up now but we will be monitoring the situation," added Rodrigues.
Popular blogger Raja Petra Kamarudin's Malaysia Today, which also came under DDOS attack, however remains unavailable as of 9.30pm.
Posted: 08 Sep 2010 11:13 PM PDT
By Hilary Chiew
I was confident that he said that with full knowledge that he is untouchable in Southeast Asia – one of the regions which had become a safe playground for the flamboyant wildlife trafficker.
Posted: 09 Sep 2010 05:17 AM PDT
Syawal is upon us and it also signifies the end of fasting during the Holy Month of Ramadan. Ramadan was supposed to be an opportunity to repent and to receive Allah SWT's Grace. Unfortunately what we have witnessed during the Holy Month of Ramadan as far as Malaysia wan concerned was Fitnah (slander), blasphemy, dumping of babies and all types of Evil committed by Muslims. We have seen how politicians, Clerics, individuals and Bloggers who spew hatred and Fitnah all in the name of Race and religion and to secure the continued political dominance of the Ruling Political Party.
On the international front, we are greatly disturbed by the unabated slaughter of Muslims in the hands of fellow Muslims in Afghanistan, Lebanon, Sudan, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Iran, Pakistan and Kirghistan. Unfortunately, Muslims in Malaysia and the world over turn a blind eye to this continuing carnage but are quick to react spontaneously in anger when the perpetrators are Israel and the West. Many react like in this country more for political mileage. Have we ever seen Muslims in this country or elsewhere react in similar fashion if the victims are non Muslims and especially if the perpetrators are Muslim? The strange thing is, whenever Muslims are at the receiving end, it is the non Muslims who stand by the Muslims. Such an example is the case involving the demonic possessed Pastor in the United States who wants to burn the Holy Quran on 9/11. It is the Christians who have come out full force to condemn this idiot.
The Scribe prays that this Syawal will see an end to the Evil we have witnessed during the Holy Month of Ramadan. THE SCRIBE AND THE BLOG TEAM WISHES EVERYONE SALAAM EID MUBARAK.
Posted: 09 Sep 2010 05:09 AM PDT
The management and staff of audie61 would like to wish all our muslim friends and readers,"Selamat Hari Raya Aidil Fitri" Please drive home carefully "Maaf zahir dan batin, Pandu cermat pasti jiwa selamat."
It seems the UMNO SG has certainly found the appropriate time to get noticed and be the talk of the Raya Holidays in Sarawak. He seems to be rubbing more salt in to a very delicate situation and this internet report will not win him many friends amongst the 'closest aides" to CM Taib.
TIMELY ONLY HE KNOWS….
Barisan Nasional (BN) is confident it will keep Sarawak regardless whether Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud leads the ruling coalition, its secretary-general Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor said.
But Tengku Adnan reminded state party leaders to be aware of public sentiment outside the coalition and to assess the political situation carefully.
"Whether he is there or not there it makes no difference; BN will still win in the next election. But as you know, recently PBB came out with a statement saying that he should carry on," he said in an interview with The Malaysian Insider.
"It is not for the party to say," he added, noting that the coalition wanted to keep its two-thirds majority in the Sarawak assembly.
Taib, who has served as Sarawak chief minister for the past 29 years, is said to have been under pressure from another leading BN Sarawak member — the Sarawak United Progressive Party (SUPP) — to step down due to his unpopularity in urban areas where the Chinese-dominated party is contesting.
Tengku Adnan, also Umno secretary-general, however stressed that federal party leaders would not interfere in Taib's final decision.
"In Sarawak, I believe that Pehin Sri Taib Mahmud will evaluate what the people really want. He is a statesman, I believe he does not want to destroy Barisan Nasional. It is up to him decide. As you know, we do not like to meddle in the component party members affairs," he said.
Taib has helmed the Sarawak administration for close to three decades. — file pic
Taib leads the Sarawak BN and also its largest party, the Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu Sarawak (PBB).
All PBB branches expressed support for Taib's continued leadership of the state in its next polls, soon after he declared that he would step down if he was no longer needed.
SUPP leaders have recently met with Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak to express their concern on issues affecting the state BN.
Its president and Sarawak deputy chief minister, Tan Sri George Chan, had said this week they received strong support from Najib and would be meeting with Taib soon.
Chan, however, did not elaborate on the details of his meeting with Najib, who is the national BN chairman.
"We also know what is happening there. We know the situation there. I believe the chairman and the prime minister must have spoken to the chief minister, telling [him] the actual situation in Sarawak and what we need to do in order for us to remain in power," said Tengku Adnan.
He also dismissed talks of SUPP abandoning the state BN ahead of the next Sarawak election.
"The situation with SUPP is because they felt that they are no longer effective in the state because of some shortcomings in the state itself. But they have not left [the] state BN, they are still a component member of BN Sarawak and their state assemblymen are still in the Cabinet of Sarawak," said Tengku Adnan.
"We hope that they will still stay on as a component member of BN Sarawak, irrespective of whatever their feelings are and their performance in the last election," he added.
Tengku Adnan also reminded the SUPP that they are in a real partnership where no component party will be left out.
He also said that the party and the Chinese community would still be represented even if SUPP does not do well in the next election.
"We have been 'married' for a long time. We cannot simply ditch our partners just because they are not doing well," said Tengku Adnan.
The Chinese make up only 26 per cent of the Sarawak population, but they reside mainly in urban, more developed regions of Malaysia's largest state.
There are two Chinese SUPP ministers in the Sarawak Cabinet and five assistant ministers.
The current term of the Sarawak assembly expires in July next year and the government is expected to call for state election by the end of this year.
The opposition collectively won nine seats in 2006, seven of which are Chinese-majority.
"We are in a real partnership. We don't have a loose arrangement. Take for example Gerakan. We appoint the president as a minister," said Tengku Adnan referring to Tan Sri Koh Tsu Koon who was made senator and appointed to Cabinet despite failing to win a federal seat.
He also played down the fear that the Chinese would not be represented in the next Sarawak government, adding that SUPP's problems could still be mitigated.
"I still believe if certain things [are] done now, maybe Sarawak needs new faces in certain parts. Maybe George Chan has been there too long, maybe Wong Soon Koh also has been there too long," said Tengku Adnan.
"Maybe they need some new faces, but as I said, we are also taking risks with new faces," he added.
Chan, 74 has been a state assemblyman since 1983 and was appointed deputy chief minister in 1996, while state Finance Minister II Datuk Seri Wong Soon Koh, 68, first won his state seat of Bawang Assan in 1991, and has been in the Cabinet since 1996.
Tengku Adnan also reminded the state leaders to solve the native customary rights (NCR) land issue, which has been used by the opposition in its campaign.
"The RM20 million given for land survey, I said, yes, people will applaud, but at the end of the day they want to see their land titles. We need to perform," said Tengku Adnan.
Najib in his recent visit to Sarawak announced an allocation of RM20 million for the surveying of NCR land.
The measure was to ensure the government's recognition of the Sarawakian natives' land ownership.
Posted: 09 Sep 2010 04:19 AM PDT
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There is now a cyber war in Malaysia and the suspicion is that the corrupt and evil people are behind the attack depriving Malaysians of their favourite alternative news site.
The government controlled media are fast losing readership and circulations of the main stream news papers fast dropping and there were talks by the authorities in the implementation of a Malaysian Green Dam to block out internet sites.
"We are under severe attack" Raja Petra said in an email from London as reported by Asia Sentinel just a few hours ago.
The story carried by Malaysia-Today on 5th September about Tay Kay Hock of Johan Holdings Bhd asking for RM500 million for the award of the railway contract and the Penang second bridge project has caught the attention of the Chinese authorities and is viewed with grave concern as the chinese government is on an anti corruption campaign wiht high profile government officials being caught and convicted. Corruption is viewed as a serious capital crime in China and is punishable through public execution.
Read Asia Sentinel "Malaysian Website Block to Cover Up Scandal" HERE
Read China Top Official Sentenced to Death HERE
Read Malaysia Today Under Attack in Sept 2009 HERE
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