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Friday, April 18, 2014

Lanun-lanun Semua, Mari!!


Jambatan ke-3 ke Spore? Mana jambatan ke-2 nya? 

Jambatan bengkang-bengkok Mahafiraun tak jadi dibuat angkara Dolah ZZ, kini ada pulak jambatan ke-3?

Mari lanun-lanun!

Tauke simen, tauke batu, tauke besi, tauke pasir dan paling penting, tauke air liur. Ini projek biliun-biliun.

Dan mari kita renungkan sejenak kalau berpandukan perangkaan REHDA, berapa kerat Melayu yg untung?

Sayur akan jadi mahal, nasi goreng naik harga, sewa rumah rumah mahal, sewa kedai mahal, semuanya akan jadi bertambah mahal dgn kemasukkan dollar Singapura. Ke mana Melayu nak dihalakan?  

Betullah kata pepatah-petitih, 'dimana UMNO kuat disitu Melayu kena perambat.'

DITAMPAR AYAH & DIPULAU SAUDARA MARA SEMATA-MATA KERANA BERTUDUNG.

Pelatih Polis Lahir Anak Dalam Tandas HKL

Pada 15 Apr 2014 lebih kurang jam 11.40 pagi, Pusat Latihan Polis (PULAPOL) Kuala Lumpur telah dimaklumkan oleh Hospital Kuala Lumpur (HKL)bahawa seorang wanita yang dikenal pasti sebagai pelatih yang sedang menjalani latihan di PULAPOL, telah melahirkan anak perempuan di dalam tandas JabatanKecemasan Hospital berkenaan.
Kedua-dua ibu serta anak dalam keadaan sihat dan bayi tersebut disahkan oleh pakar perbidanan dilahirkan cukup bulan.Siasatan awal mengesahkan bahawa pelatih tersebut telah melalui saringan ujian air kencing pada 21 Jan 2014 dan disahkan Negatif oleh Jabatan PathologiHKL.
Sepanjang menjalani latihan di PULAPOL, tidak terkesan sebarang perubahan fizikal yang menunjukkan tanda-tanda kehamilan disebabkan saiz badannya yangkecil.Pelatih dirujuk ke HKL pada 15 Apr 2014 satelah mengadu mengalami bengkak di kaki dan kurang sihat.
Selepas melahirkan bayi, pelatih telah membuat pengakuan bahawa semasa ujian air kencing dijalankan, beliau telah mencampurkan air ke dalam sampel airkencing bagi mengelakkan terkesannya hormon kehamilan.
Tindakan ini telah disahkan oleh pakar perubatan sebagai berupaya mengurangkan konsentrasi hormon Beta HCG yang memberi kesan Positif dalam ujian kehamilan.

Berasaskan pengakuan pelatih tersebut, PDRM berharap tidak wujud sebarang spekulasi negatif dibuat oleh mana-mana pihak berhubung kejadian ini. ~fb pdrm

Serba tak kena...Tengok hidung dia...Gambar paling menarik..



Serba tak kena...Tengok hidung dia...Gambar paling menarik....

PAS to discuss Muslims’ use of ‘Rest In Peace’

A condolence book at Karpal Singh’s home in Jalan Utama. The National Fatwa Council says Muslims should not use the expression ‘Rest in Peace’ on non-Muslims because the term had Christian connotations. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Hasnoor Hussain, April 18, 2014.A condolence book at Karpal Singh’s home in Jalan Utama. The National Fatwa Council says Muslims should not use the expression ‘Rest in Peace’ on non-Muslims because the term had Christian connotations. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Hasnoor Hussain, April 18, 2014.PAS will discuss whether it is appropriate for Muslims to use the phrase “Rest in Peace” (RIP), following the National Fatwa Council's reminder yesterday to Muslims not to use the expression on non-Muslims because the term had Christian connotations.
PAS Research Centre director Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad said the party’s political bureau would discuss the matter on Monday and make its stand on the use of the phrase.
The council issued the statement following the death of Bukit Gelugor MP Karpal Singh yesterday morning in a car accident in Perak.
Many are using the phrase to express their condolences via social media.
Dzulkefly said the passing of a statesman like Karpal from whichever side of the political divide should be accorded salutation and recognition.
"During times like this, some statements can be sensitive. Even non-Muslims (who have died) must be honoured," he said after paying his respects to Karpal at his home in Jalan Utama today.
The council said in the statement on its website that Muslims could express their condolences to non-Muslim families as long as there were no religious implications.
It said RIP was an assumption that the non-Muslim person would receive God's blessings.
"Wishes such as 'I sympathise with what has happened to you' or 'we express our sadness at the loss in your family' are allowed.
“However, a Muslim is not encouraged to wish a non-Muslim person c'," it said.
 Tumpat MP Kamaruddin Jaafar said it was an undisputed practice by Prophet Muhammad to pay respect and honour the dead, including non-Muslims.
He said the Prophet gave respect to a deceased Jew when the body passed by him.
"When he was questioned by the people on his actions, he said he gave his respects because the Jew also had a human soul, and all human souls came from God.
"Everyone should honour Karpal and his memory, not the RIP issue. Let's not resort to any negative comments or opinions," he said.
To this, Dzulkefly responded by quoting a verse from the Quran used at times of death and solemnity: "from God we came and to God we shall return". 

Abdullah pays tribute to Karpal’s life of service

Mourners at the late Karpal Singh's home in Jalan Utama. Former prime minister Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi says today the nation is poorer for the loss of a great legal mind. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Hasnoor Hussain, April 18, 2014.Mourners at the late Karpal Singh's home in Jalan Utama. Former prime minister Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi says today the nation is poorer for the loss of a great legal mind. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Hasnoor Hussain, April 18, 2014.Former prime minister Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said Karpal Singh, who died in a road accident yesterday, led a life of tireless commitment and service to the people. 
“We are poorer for the loss of a great legal mind and a crusader for justice and human rights," he said as he extended condolences to the family of the former DAP chairman and Bukit Gelugor MP. 
“As a Penang son, I feel the void of losing a parliamentary colleague, who, while on the other side of the political divide, dedicated a life of tireless commitment and service to the people,” Abdullah said. 
In a statement today, he said Karpal's legacy would live on and inspire others in the future. 
The prominent lawyer was killed in a road accident on the North-South Expressway near Gua Tempurung about 1.10 am yesterday. – Bernama,

Samy Vellu cries for Karpal, hugs Guan Eng


As former works minister S Samy Vellu entered Karpal Singh’s home to pay his last respects today, he was met by Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng.

Even though the duo were from different political alliances, Samy Vellu (right) reached out and hugged Lim, as he expressed his condolences.

Samy’s face clearly showed his pain, as he later said, “We were in Parliament together.”

“Karpal always raised issues for the benefit of the people,” added the former MIC president.

“I could do nothing but cry when I learned about Karpal’s death,” he said.

Samy and Karpal used to argue in Parliament during debates, but he describes the lawyer as a leader, a trusted person who does work to perfection.

It was Samy Vellu who first referred to Karpal as a tiger, calling the lawyer-turned-politician a “tiger of the court” while dubbing himself a “lion”.

In response, Karpal had said that Samy Vellu could be the lion and he the tiger, but then was quick to point out that there were no lions in Malaysia.

Samy said the 74-year-old Karpal worked like a young man.

“In Parliament, he asked for information from my ministry and sometimes, he wanted more details. I would give it to him.”

Gerakan deputy president Dr Cheah Soon Hai came to Karpal’s house with a team of party leaders including state chief Teng Chang Yeow (right in photo) and state secretary Oh Tong Keong.

Cheah knew of Karpal when he was a teenager in 1974, when the latter campaigned for a state seat in Bandar Alor Setar and won.

“Even then when we saw him, we knew he was someone special. He outshone most of his peers then, and leaves behind a great strategy not only in politics but law,” Cheah, the former Derga assemblyperson, said.

‘We can still have coffee in Parliament’

Later, Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Shahidan Kassim appeared.

They met in 1986 in Parliament when both were MPs - Shahidan in Arau and Karpal in Jelutong.

“Despite our differences,  we can still have coffee in Parliament. He is a friend,” he said.

“We can be different but we can be together. This is an example of unity and respect for others,” he added.

“We hope this kind of politics continues. Karpal always come across as someone open-minded,” he stressed.

Others who visited Karpal’s home today included famous Penang tycoon Tan Kok Ping and Real Estate and Development Housing Association chairperson Jerry Chan.

Organisations which came by included Aliran, Consumers Association of Penang and Little Sisters of the Poor.