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01 February 2013

senile old man create defamation ...Dr M implicates Anwar in Project IC but says has no proof

Former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad today suggested Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s involvement in the issuance of identity cards to illegal immigrants in Sabah but he admitted having no proof to back his claim.

The former prime minister (picture) alleged that the so-called “Project IC” might have happened without any knowledge and orders from the top.

“(Anwar) had a hand, but in the IC project, what happens on the ground isn’t always what the directives are all about,” Dr Mahathir told reporters here.

“What they do on the ground is sometimes different from the instructions that are given.”

He insisted that he has only now heard about the “wrongful things” being done on the ground in Sabah.

“Yes, it’s his own initiative,” replied Dr Mahathir when asked whether the exercise was on Anwar’s own initiative.

Dr Mahathir had earlier joked that his former deputy prime minister can sometimes be too keen for his own good, when asked whether he had asked Anwar to handle the Project IC.

“He normally takes the initiative himself, I don’t have to tell him. He took more initiative than I would like him to,” Dr Mahathir said.

He however admitted that he has no evidence admissible in court to back his allegations regarding Anwar.

“There are things you know, but there is no documentary proof,” he added.

The veteran politician expressed his willingness to co-operate with the royal commission of inquiry (RCI) if required.

“I’d like to stick to the facts,” he stressed.

He also revealed that the government had previously taken actions against the officers found guilty of taking things into their own hands, but admitted that it would be impossible for a prime minister to constantly monitor every wrongdoings.

“Even if the PM is a Superman, he really cannot have all the time to look at every single detail,” Dr Mahathir said.

Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, the country’s longest serving prime minister who was in power from 1981 to 2003, has been accused of spearheading the so-called “Project IC”, in which citizenship was allegedly given to immigrants in exchange for their votes.

But former Sabah Chief Minister Tan Sri Harris Salleh, who administered the state from 1976 to 1985, denied to the RCI the existence of “Project IC”.

Dr Mahathir told a press conference recently that foreigners in Sabah had indeed received citizenship, but stressed that it was “within the law”.






Mahathir told a press conference recently that foreigners in Sabah had indeed received citizenship, but stressed that it was “within the law”.

The former prime minister (picture) alleged that the so-called “Project IC” might have happened without any knowledge and orders from the top.

Which shall we believe?

That's why his real name is Apanama. And his life motto is 'forget already'.

Final stage of Dementia is all I can say of this man.

What a dirty joke, the project IC happened without his knowledge. Tell it to the children, Mahathir! You always maintain you are in absolute control of your govt., now you have the cheeks to tell us this ridiculous tale. Your imagination must be working overtime knowing you will be called to answer for your part in the scandal. This will be your line of defence, we now know. You are prepared to lie to protect your own skin but surely you must know this white lie is transparent to even a six-year old. Stop insulting us!

Mahathir has no proof that Anwar was involved, but we have proof that Mahathir was involved - his own word!!!

DSAI - this is the time to sue him for defamation! He is manipulating and manufacturing the story sacartiscally to spite at you !!! We are all behind you . Make sure there is no out of court settlement.

27 January 2013

PAS Syura Council gives Nasha the boot

Former PAS vice-president Nasharudin Mat Isa had his PAS Syura Council membership revoked as part of disciplinary proceedings, Sinar Harian reported today.

Sinar quoted the council's secretary Datuk Nik Zawawi Nik Salleh saying that Nasharudin was found to have broken several of the body' regulations.

The decision was said to have been made last 13 Jan at a meeting chaired by PAS spiritual leader Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat.

Among Nasha's infractions included non-attendance of council meetings, but Nik Zawawi declined to elaborate further.

Nik Zawawi also said that a letter confirming Nasharudin's dismissal was sent out after the meeting was held. Nasha did not contact the council for any further clarification, he added.

"With this decision, the PAS Syura Council members hope that he (Nasharudin) will 'istiqamah' (find the right path) and focus on the party's struggle. His contributions are still needed and it is hoped he will be able to benefit the party," quoted Sinar.

On Nasharudin recently joining Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak's entourage on the latter's trip to Gaza, Nik Zawawi said that was Nasharuddin's personal choice.

Previously Nasharudin's fate was supposed to have been decided at a 9 Sept meeting, but no mention of his actions were made at the gathering.

Nasharudin, the Member of Parliament for Bachok, had earlier urged the party to review its cooperation with Pakatan Rakyat drawing the criticism of other PAS members.

after May 13 tactics are not successful ... UMNO try to sponsor religious war ... do not believe this fork tongue leader...JAKIM sermon to unite Muslims, not spark hatred, Islamic leader says

UMNO dog no brain

The federal Islamic authority’s sermon last Friday was not meant to incite hatred against the Christians but to remind Muslims of the sanctity of Islam, a Muslim leader has said amid the ongoing “Allah” row.

In the sermon, the Malaysian Islamic Development Department (JAKIM) had labelled non-Muslims who use the word “Allah” to describe their God as “enemies of Islam” and warned that this was an attempt to confuse Muslims into thinking all religions share the same God.

“Why is it lately that we are too afraid of the non-Muslims, too apologetic, and too humble when facing the non-Muslims?” Islamic Da’wah Foundation Malaysia (Yadim) founder Datuk Dusuki Ahmad was quoted as saying today by Malay-language daily Berita Harian.

“The Muslims need to believe that Islam is the highest religion, true, and accepted by Allah. Lack of confidence in JAKIM’s actions as a religious authority will split apart values and create confusion in the Muslim community,” he added.

After the sermon, several PAS leaders accused JAKIM of stoking religious hatred, an act that they called “inappropriate and irresponsible”.

But Dusuki stressed that JAKIM’s Friday sermon was more of a call towards goodness, than to foment religious hatred.

Church leaders, however, were displeased with the sermon, saying that JAKIM was blatantly inciting suspicion and intolerance between Islam and Christianity.

Last week, Perkasa chief Datuk Ibrahim Ali called on Muslims to burn the Malay-language bibles that contain the word “Allah” and other religious Arabic script.

A priest lodged a police report on Tuesday in Penang over the distribution of anonymous pamphlets advertising a “festival” to burn the Malay language bibles at a field there today.

The police have called up Ibrahim, who is also the Pasir Mas MP, to record his statement, following calls by the Bar Council to charge him under the Sedition Act.

A Sabah church group said last Friday that the religious freedom of Christian Bumiputeras was under attack, pointing out that most adherents of the faith in Malaysia came from East Malaysia and use the Malay language.

Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin yesterday, however, refused to condemn Ibrahim’s bible-burning threat, and instead called on people to stop blowing up the issue.

The “Allah” dispute, which first erupted after the historic 2008 general election, remains a controversial topic in the run-up to this year’s polls that must be held by April.

Debate resurfaced last month after DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng, who is also the Penang chief minister, called on Putrajaya to lift a ban on Malay-language Bibles in Borneo Malaysia.

Several state rulers and Islamic religious authorities then reminded non-Muslims of state laws banning use of the word, despite conflicting with a 2009 High Court judgment that ruled “Allah” was not exclusive to Islam.






And, pray tell, who are the enemies of Islam in Malaysia? And a call to unite in the face of 'disunity', I presume? Disunited against who and what, Sir? It is such calls that are in fact tearing away the unity of the whole nation . Next time, engage brain before pontificating from the pulpits please.

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