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16 December 2011

PAS prepares for life after Hasan, Nasharudin

traitor of islam and PR

PAS has begun explaining its stand to members over top leaders Nasharudin Mat Isa and Datuk Hasan Ali’s move to get closer to Umno, believing the duo could defect to the ruling Malay party before the next general election.

The party’s information unit is preparing a 30-minute video clip of secretary-general Datuk Mustafa Ali explaining the background and circumstances that have led to both Nasharudin and Hasan expressing support for unity talks with Umno. PAS has flatly refused for such a union since Election 2008.

The Malaysian Insider understands that Nasharudin, who lost his deputy presidency in party polls this year, has not attended any central committee meetings despite being appointed as head of the international affairs sub-committee. The sub-committee is now led by its deputy chairman Datuk Kamaruddin Jaafar.

“PAS is already explaining to its members the issues as it expects the two leaders to move to Umno. If we can save them, we will but they have to make their stand clear,” a PAS source told The Malaysian Insider.

“But they could go and there is a feeling it will happen soon,” he added.

Hasan says he will work with any party that pushes the Malay-Muslim agenda.
Another source said the party will distribute the video clip featuring Mustafa’s explanation to all members soon.

Harakah TV has already put up a 5-minute clip of an interview with Mustafa discussing Nasharudin and Hasan’s support for unity talks with Umno in their statements to Umno-linked Utusan Malaysia and Berita Harian, saying both leaders were being used to undermine the Islamist party.

“Whether they realise it or not, they are being trapped in the agenda of PAS’s political enemy,” Mustafa told Harakahdaily during the interview aired two days ago.

He said there would be “minimal effects” from Umno’s advances to the duo, adding their statements were not in the interest of PAS.

“In the past, we had experienced the loss of our president, but it was not followed by exodus of members, because they subscribed to principles, not to individuals,” said the secretary-general, who once served as a deputy minister during PAS’s brief alliance with Barisan Nasional in 1977.

It is understood that he was referring to the late Datuk Mohd Asri Muda, who resigned as PAS president in 1983 to form a splinter party, before joining Umno in 1988.

There has been speculation that Hasan would be dropped as a candidate after he failed to get enough nominations from PAS members to defend his Gombak Setia state seat.

Umno newspapers have been giving wide coverage to Hasan, who is a Selangor state executive councillor, and quoted him as saying that he was prepared to take up an offer from Umno president Datuk Seri Najib Razak to mediate efforts to bring the country’s two largest political entities together.


dog's father...the traitor of islamic and the people

Hasan, who was previously Selangor PAS commissioner, had also denied that he would leave PAS, saying he would be loyal as long as Islamic principles and the Malay rulers were upheld.






Pakatan is getting stronger than in 2008. The states governments under Pakatan are doing very well socially and economically. New ideas and ways of doing things are introduced and well received by the people. Despite the constant suppression by the federal government many of the promises in the election manifestos are being implemented with success. We can see how BN is now trying their level best to outdo the Pakatan's programmes and projects. May be as Pakatan politicians there are not many avenues to enrich the politicians and cronies. If these two seasoned politicians decide to leave Pakatan now their gain is just short because the people generally are ready to hand over Putrajaya to Pakatan.

Defend Islam and Royalty from what? It is all make up stories to champion himself. If you understand the constitution and the majority of the population are malays, what is there to defend? The only thing that Islam needs to be defended are those who call themselves muslims and are downright corrupted and liars and some of them are the politicians in umno.

If Hasan Ali wants to support UMNO's deviationist teaching in which corruption, fraud, slander and racism are somehow allowed, let him. Supporters of this deviant "Islam" do not belong in PAS.

PAS must expel them from the party.. They are really trouble makers for PAS to get closer to DAP. They do not live to the spirit of Pakatan.

this two are only of value to UMNO if they remain in PAS....try sacking them from PAS and they will straight away become from hero to zero within seconds....AGAIN no one is indispensable but the party will forever remain.....PAS you have nothing to lose..

Court rules to reinstate Balkis

The High Court ruled today to reinstate the Wives of Selangor Elected Representatives Association (Balkis), removing a hurdle for the mentri besar’s wife to recover RM9.9 million that had been moved out of its coffers three years ago.

Puan Sri Salbiah Tunut, wife to Selangor MB Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim, won today her challenge against the Registrar of Societies (RoS) which had deregistered Balkis last year, enabling her to now assume her rightful position as the association’s president.

“With Balkis reinstated with effect from February 11 last year, Puan Sri Salbiah (picture), being president of the body, can now take action and write in to Bakti to get the money back for Balkis,” her lawyer S. Selvarajah told.

Balkis hit headlines after Khalid claimed its funds were misappropriated under the watch of its previous president, Datin Seri Zahrah Kechik, wife to his predecessor Datuk Seri Dr Mohamad Khir Toyo.

The association was reported to have transferred RM9.9 million from its bank account into the Association of Wives of Ministers and Deputy Ministers (Bakti) after calling an emergency general meeting (EGM) three days after the landmark Election 2008, on March 11.

Selvarajah said High Court judge Datuk Rohana Yusuf also ruled the EGM was invalid and cancelled the RoS’ deregistration of Balkis.

“RoS had acted wrongfully based on defective documents. The deregistration was not done according to [Balkis’] constitution and the Registrar of Societies Act. It failed to verify the attendance and agenda [of Balkis’ EGM],” the lawyer said.





Why on earth everything wrong and eveil are associated with UMNO? What is wrong with this party? High time we sweep this party into history.

The learned judge for sure will not get any promotion from BN govt.

Justice is still far from served, people.

Wait till the $$$$ are recovered, and those responsible for the missing fund are brought to justice.

we all agree with LGE to sue NST, calls daily ‘evil’ over state secret claims


Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng said today he is planning to sue the New Straits Times (NST) over claims that he had leaked national secrets after the newspaper omitted him from an apology to two other personalities over an article it admitted was without any foundation or basis.

The NST, Berita Minggu and Mingguan Malaysia apologised to Datuk Seri Kalimullah Hassan on October 23 for alleging that he had leaked state secrets at a dinner with leaders of Singapore’s ruling PAP party.

The Penang CM today said the English daily’s failure to apologise demonstrated that it harboured “ill intentions” against him. — file pic
All three acknowledged that the claim, made by Perkasa information chief Ruslan Kassim, was without any foundation or basis.

The weekend papers also promised not to publish further allegations of this nature involving the ECM Libra Financial Group Bhd chairman without prior verification.

On October 2, the NST, Berita Minggu and Mingguan Malaysia, quoting Ruslan, alleged that Kalimullah had leaked national secrets during the dinner in Singapore.

The next day Lim publicly demanded an apology from the NST and Mingguan Malaysia for also alleging that he had leaked national secrets at the same dinner.

The English daily reported that Perkasa had claimed that there was a dinner arranged for three Malaysian personalities, including the Penang chief minister, and top Singapore politicians in August.

Ruslan had questioned the motive behind the dinner that was allegedly attended by Malaysia Airlines board member Datuk Mohamad Azman Yahya, businessman Kalimullah and Lim with PAP leaders.

“The weird thing is that the paper apologised to Datuk Seri Kalimullah and Datuk Azman over this false report, but it didn’t want to apologise to me. This shows how NST has ill intentions and I will ask my lawyer to take legal action,” Lim told reporters at the Penang Skills Development Centre today.

Lim had denied the report was true and had demanded that the NST fully retract its claims, apologise and pay damages, threatening a lawsuit if the paper failed to do so.

“They are evil and have ill intentions to ruin my reputation for political reasons, because it is controlled by Umno,” Lim said today.

The NST published a story a week after the initial report on October 9, saying that Ruslan had apologised to Mohamad Azman over a statement he had made about the dinner.

The apology was issued in the form of a statement on October 6 and published by Utusan Malaysia.

Following that came the apology to Kalimullah by the NST, Berita Minggu and Mingguan Malaysia on October 23.

Lim’s decision to sue comes on the heels of the Penang High Court’s ruling on Wednesday, which found Utusan Malaysia guilty of making “malicious”, defamatory and untruthful statements against him. The widely read Malay daily was ordered to pay RM200,00 in damages and RM25,000 in costs.

The Bagan MP and Air Putih assemblyman had filed a suit against Utusan for publishing allegedly defamatory words in an article titled “Kebiadapan Guan Eng”.

In his statement of claim, the Penang chief minister said the words used, among others, were meant to portray him as a racist who objected to anything related to Malays.





The crazy ones are from BN who only know how to spin, flip-flop and deny. For goodness sake, if one is being unfairly accused, he has the every right to seek legal redress to clear his name don't you think so? There's nothing to do with power crazy.

When negative but false allegations are made against a state leader, he should sue otherwise the public will think that the allegations are true. LGE is unlike Dr. Mahathir, who is unot willing to sue the author of a book not too long ago full of very negative allegations against Dr. M. Well done, LGE.

these paper should go into history, at least that will save some trees, stop polluting the air and intoxicating the minds of some ignorant rakyat

15 December 2011

IGP UMNO ass the bigot of the year...Police continuing with witnesses,says Deputy IGP on NFC scandal

A number of individuals have been questioned over the controversial National Feedlot Centre (NFC) police confirmed today with a guarantee many more will be called in.

Deputy Inspector-General of Police Datuk Seri Khalid Abu Bakar in his announcement to Bernama Online refused to name the total number summoned so far in connection to a possible breach of trust of a government loan to agro-project.

He was speaking after the police awards presentation ceremony at the Wangsa Maju police station in the capital.

Khalid (picture) has disclosed before 74 persons have been interviewed.

The project to supplement the country’s beef supply was summed up as “in a mess” in the Auditor-General's 2010 Report.




u have not finished your investigation, why u made a statement last month (during UMNO AGM) to say that no CBT in this case?

So clear that this bigot is covering for Mr & Mrs COW of the year !!!!!!!!

We will make sure that you are sacked after GE13. That should keep your mind preoccupied.

Jakim used to create false fear over non-Muslim threat

JAKIM so queer with this bitch female

Former senior police officer Datuk Mat Zain Ibrahim today berated Datuk Seri Najib Razak for allegedly “misusing” the country’s religious authorities to create false fear over threats by non-Muslims against Islam and the Malay rulers.

He told the prime minister in an email released to the media that such threats only come from the Malays and Muslims themselves, adding that he has “never experienced or known of” situations where the non-Malays came together to conspire against anyone.

“The ones who dare to be rude and rebel in such a manner against him (Ruler) come from among the Malays themselves,” he wrote.

The outspoken ex-KL CID chief even singled out Umno politicians as those who often squabble among themselves “not due to differences in opinion or to protect the fates and futures of the Malays or uphold Islamic teachings but to fight over millions and billions of the people’s money”.

“Do not, YAB Datuk Seri (Najib) create issues that could create havoc among us as Malays, just to divert attention away from your personal problems and those who surround you.

“The people know that YAB (Najib) is currently going through a period of instability and uncertainty, confusion and worry. But this does not mean YAB and your personal advisers are fit to misuse a certain government institution to present a Friday sermon like the one recited last week,” he said.

The sermon, delivered at all mosques last Friday and prepared by the Department of Islamic Development Malaysia (Jakim), suggested that the position of Islam and the royal institution was being questioned because Muslims were selling out the religion to “certain quarters” which it did not name.

It appeared to note that Muslims who associate with non-Muslims or stand up for non-Muslim causes were betraying their faith, and echoed some of the racially divisive views espoused at the recent Umno general assembly.

A copy of the sermon — sighted by The Malaysian Insider — also seemed to hit out at Muslims who “conspire with certain groups in questioning Islam as the official religion in this country on the excuse of defending the fundamental rights of others” for personal gain.

It described those Muslims as “deviating from the teachings” of Prophet Muhammad, as well as “committing a big sin, oppressing Muslims and threatening national harmony” in the sermon that was to mark the end of Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin’s five year reign as Yang Di-Pertuan Agong.

“Remember, if Muslims lose their integrity, their pride and are manipulated by others, in the end, Islam in this country will suffer the same fate that has befallen other nations where their people were insulted and driven from the country of their birth,” it said.

The sermon did not directly refer to any one person in particular but appeared to echo the political rhetoric heard at the Umno general assembly last week.

Slamming the sermon, Mat Zain told Najib that its words could cause chaos among the country’s religious communities and among the Muslims.

“We are not worried about fights between the Malays and non-Malays or between Muslims and Christians or those of other fates. This is unlikely to happen in this country is the Muslims do not start it.

“What we should fear is a clash between the Malays and the Muslims... the Felda Lubuk Merbau and Memali incidents (in 1985), if they are repeated, would injure the Malays and Muslims multiple times more,” he said.

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