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Hari Pekerja Bantuan Kemanusiaan 2011

Kepada semua Humanitarian dan dalam konteks MRA – semua SAHABAT MRA… ANDA MEMANG HEBAT

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ASEAN should push Myanmar on Rohingya Issue too

ASEAN should be brave enough to remind Yangoon on the rights and plight of the Rohingyas.  The Rohingyas are the legitimate habitant in the Arakan and nearby areas and they had been staying there for hundreds of years and they are recognized as the owner of the land.  

Baseless allegations such as Rohingyas are the migrators from Bangladesh are the common escapism sentence that will be used by the SPDC regime to allow their brutality and harrassment to these Rohingyas. 

The leaders of ASEAN, I’m sure have enough information and in-fact some of them had the opportunity to see the truth of what this SPDC regime had done to their own people. 

ASEAN is not a forum only for the leaders, it is also a forum for us, the people of ASEAN.  People of ASEAN cannot tolerate such a notorius government who doesnt have any guts to accept their own people.  

ASEAN should push Myanmar harder on the issue of human rights, democracy and tolerancy.  The current development on democracy in Myanmar is just a lip service.  The foreign Minister of ASEAN is wasting the tax-payers money in Senggigi  if they cant do anything better than pressuring the SPDC regime to uphold the basic human rights to its own people.

SHAHRUL PESHAWAR, Kampung Baru, Kuala Lumpur

 

ASEAN to push Myanmar on democracy, wants sanctions lifted

http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE70F0D320110116

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SELEPAS SHAHRUKH KHAN SAPA PULAK AKAN DAPAT DATO?

Aku rasa aku tahu sapa akan dapat anugerah yang lebih tinggi dari Shah Rukh Khan dalam tempoh terdekat nanti – konon-kononlah… Mari kita tengok sapa yang kena…

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Warganegara Bertanggungjawab

BAHAWASANYA NEGARA KITA MALAYSIA mendukung cita-cita hendak :

mencapai perpaduan yang lebih erat di kalangan seluruh masyarakatnya;
memelihara satu cara hidup demokratik;
mencipta satu masyarakat adil di mana kemakmuran Negara akan dapat dinikmati bersama secara adil dan saksama;
menjamin satu cara liberal terhadap tradisi-tradisi kebudayaannya yang kaya dan berbagai corak; dan
membina satu masyarakat progresif yang akan menggunakan sains dan teknologi moden.
MAKA KAMI, rakyat Malaysia, berikrar akan menumpukan seluruh tenaga dan usaha kami untuk mencapai cita-cita tersebut berdasarkan atas prinsip-prinsip yang berikut:

KEPERCAYAAN KEPADA TUHAN
KESETIAAN KEPADA RAJA DAN NEGARA
KELUHURAN PERLEMBAGAAN
KEDAULATAN UNDANG-UNDANG
KESOPANAN DAN KESUSILAAN

English translation

WHEREAS OUR COUNTRY MALAYSIA nurtures the ambitions of:

achieving a more perfect unity amongst the whole of her society;
preserving a democratic way of life;
creating a just society where the prosperity of the country can be enjoyed together in a fair and equitable manner;
guaranteeing a liberal approach towards her rich and varied cultural traditions; and
building a progressive society that will make use of science and modern technology.
NOW THEREFORE WE, the people of Malaysia, pledge to concentrate the whole of our energy and efforts to achieve these ambitions based on the following principles:

BELIEF IN GOD
LOYALTY TO KING AND COUNTRY
THE SUPREMACY OF THE CONSTITUTION
THE RULE OF LAW
COURTESY AND MORALITY

SHAHRUL PESHAWAR
menyokong proses penambahbaikan terhadap kerajaan yang sedia ada.

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Mufti Perlis tegur Abdullah kalung bunga di Tugu Negara

oleh Mstar 
Sabtu, 02 Ogos 2008

 

 

 

 

PERBUATAN bertafakur , meletakkan kalungan bunga atau tabik hormat yang dilakukan untuk Tugu Negara adalah bercanggah dengan prinsip-prinsip akidah Islam yang anti kepada sebarang unsur keberhalaan.

Mufti Perlis, Dr Asri Zainul Abidin membuat kenyataan ini ketika mengulas tentang istiadat meletak kalungan bunga di Tugu Peringatan Negara sempena sambutan Hari Pahlawan semalam yang dilakukan oleh
Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

Abdullah memulakan upacara meletakkan kalungan bunga itu, diikuti Panglima Angkatan Tentera, Jeneral Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Zainal; Ketua Polis Negara, Tan Sri Musa Hassan; Panglima Tentera Darat, Jeneral Tan Sri
Muhammad Ismail Jamaluddin; Panglima Tentera Laut, Laksamana Datuk Abdul Aziz Jaafar dan Panglima Tentera Udara, Jeneral Tan Sri Azizan Ariffin.

“Sekiranya pun pelakunya tidak mempunyai sebarang iktikad bahawa itu semua memberi manfaat dan mudarat, maka perbuatan itu adalah sia-sia dan bodoh. Ia tetap haram kerana meniru perbuatan musyrikin,” jelas Dr Asri.

Terdahulu, Abdullah menerima tabik hormat dan memeriksa kawalan penghormatan membabitkan 103 anggota dan pegawai Askar Melayu Diraja.

“Perbuatan mana-mana individu muslim sama ada pemimpin atau rakyat yang meletakkan kalungan bunga, tabik hormat dan bertafakur yang dilakukan untuk Tugu Negara adalah bercanggah dengan prinsip-prinsip akidah Islam yang anti kepada sebarang unsur keberhalaan, ” jelas Dr Asri.Kata beliau lagi, perbuatan seperti itu seakan menjadikan tugu berkenaan berhala yang dihormati.

“Sekiranya pun pelakunya tidak mempunyai sebarang iktikad bahawa itu semua memberi manfaat dan mudarat, maka perbuatan itu adalah sia-sia dan bodoh. Ia tetap haram kerana meniru perbuatan musyrikin,” jelas Dr Asri.

Menurut Dr Asri, jika pelaku beriktikad itu memberikan kemanfaatan kepada keamanan, kedamaian ruh mereka yang telah meninggal dunia, maka itu adalah perbuatan syirik yang jelas.

“Akidah Islam menentang sebarang unsur keberhalaan. Pemimpin atau sesiapa sahaja yang terlibat dalam perbuatan ini hendaklah bertaubat kepada Allah dan kembali kepada akidah Islam yang sebenar,”  katanya.Firman Allah: (maksudnya) “Dan demi sesungguhnya, Kami telah memberi kepada Ibrahim sebelum itu jalan yang benar (dalam bertauhid), dan Kami mengetahui akan halnya. Ketika dia berkata kepada bapanya dan kaumnya: “Apakah patung-patung ini yang kamu berdiri di hadapannya (memujanya)? Mereka menjawab: “Kami dapati datuk nenek kami selalu menyembahnya. Ibrahim berkata: “Sesungguhnya kamu dan datuk-nenek kamu adalah dalam kesesatan yang nyata”. (Surah al-Anbiya 50-54)”

Perbuatan menyempurnakan istiadat meletak kalungan bunga di Tugu Peringatan Negara ini juga difahamkan melanggar Fatwa Mufti (Edisi 2008).

Di bawah SubSeksyen 36(1) Enakmen Pentadbiran Undang-Undang Islam 1991 setelah diluluskan oleh Jawatankuasa Perundingan Hukum Syarak mengikut SubSeksyen 39(6) Enakmen menyatakan, ” Meletakkan kalungan bunga di Tugu Negara sempena upacara sambutan Hari Pahlawan dan upacara-upacara lain adalah haram dan hendaklah ditinggalkan”

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Rice crisis in Malaysia

Future generation

I just cant understand how Malaysia faced shortage of rice while living neighbouring to Thailand and Indonesia – a well known rice producer.  You ask me – and my simple answer will be:  The minister incharge should resign.  This is Malaysia – “I did it my way” 

Shahrul Peshawar, Kg. Baru

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Hezbollah to withdraw gunmen in Lebanon

By Robert F. Worth and Nada Bakri
Published: May 10, 2008
BEIRUT, Lebanon: Hezbollah and its allies began withdrawing their gunmen here in the capital on Saturday evening, raising hopes for a political settlement after four days of street battles that left at least 29 people dead. The fighting has stoked fears of a broader civil conflict. Skip to next paragraph Enlarge This Image Lefteris Pitarakis/Associated Press The scene in Beirut after members of a funeral procession began smashing windows, prompting a store owner to open fire.
Hezbollah acted shortly after the Lebanese Army — widely seen as a neutral force here — proposed to resolve the dispute that provoked the latest round of bloody confrontations between the Hezbollah-led opposition and government supporters.
Armed Hezbollah supporters seized control of western Beirut on Friday, patrolling the empty streets and prompting angry accusations that the group, which is backed by Iran and Syria, had staged a coup.
On Saturday afternoon, after another day of sporadic violence, the army offered to broker a face-saving solution by promising to “investigate” Hezbollah’s controversial private telephone network without harming the group’s integrity. It also proposed to retain the current chief of airport security, a Hezbollah ally whom the government had tried to fire.
That proposal — quickly embraced by both government leaders and the opposition — sharply underscored the Lebanese Army’s role as the one national institution seen as neutral here. Many have feared that the army would fragment along sectarian or political lines, as it did during Lebanon’s 15-year civil war.
Instead, it has come through the latest conflict unscathed. That neutrality has come at a price: in this crisis, as in others, the army stood passively by, unwilling to be seen as taking sides, even when street battles were taking place.
Still, the army’s proposal is likely to enhance the political prospects of its leader, General Michel Suleiman, who appears to be the only man both political camps are willing to accept as Lebanon’s next president. The presidency has been vacant since November.
“All this has proved that the army is the only guarantor of security in Lebanon,” despite its relative weakness, said Osama Safa, the general director of the Lebanese Center for Policy Studies.
It remained unclear on Saturday how the recent confrontations might alter the balance of power here. Hezbollah clearly hoped that its show of force would translate into enhanced power in the political stalemate that has crippled Lebanon for 17 months now.
But Lebanon is notoriously resistant to political settlements, and some political analysts here say they believe that the government may have won a moral victory by abstaining from large-scale violence in response to Hezbollah’s aggression. Some government leaders were already accusing the Shiite group of betraying its promise to use its weapons only against Israel.
Earlier in the day, Lebanon’s prime minister, Fouad Siniora, lashed out at Hezbollah in a televised address for using its weapons against fellow Lebanese, and he called on the Lebanese Army to retake control of the streets from militia fighters.
“The core of the problem with Hezbollah is that they have decided to force their will on the Lebanese,” Siniora said, in his first public comments since the latest crisis began on Wednesday.
At least 29 people have been killed and scores wounded in gun battles since Wednesday, in the worst sectarian bloodshed since Lebanon’s 15-year civil war ended in 1990.
The confrontation has posed a fresh challenge to the Bush administration, which has supported Siniora’s government in part to counter Hezbollah and its patrons, Iran and Syria.
On Saturday, Hezbollah officials announced that three Hezbollah members had been kidnapped in the Chouf mountain town of Aley, and that two others had been killed by fighters loyal to Walid Jumblatt, the Druse leader. Hezbollah’s statement made it clear that the group held Jumblatt, who is allied with Siniora’s government, responsible for the kidnapping and murders of the men, who were found shot and stabbed in front of a hospital.
In northern Lebanon, at least 10 people were killed in scattered gun battles between supporters of the government and the Hezbollah-led opposition, Al Jazeera television reported.
Although most of Beirut was somewhat calmer on Saturday, a funeral for a Sunni government supporter erupted into bloodshed when a Shiite storeowner opened fire on the mourners.
As the pallbearers approached a store owned by a member of the Amal Party, which is allied with Hezbollah, mourners urged the owner to close his store. When he refused, they started smashing the windows. Furious, the store- owner opened fire at them, killing Ali Masri, 23, and Moussa Zouki, 24.
Meanwhile, with violence continuing, the governments of Turkey and Kuwait began evacuating their citizens through Lebanon’s northern border with Syria, the only open route out of the country. The road to Lebanon’s airport has been blocked since Wednesday by Hezbollah supporters. Other land routes are cut off, and the Beirut port is also shut.
Some Lebanese took to the streets on Saturday to express their outrage over Hezbollah’s show of force, and over the armed attacks on a television station and newspaper allied with the government. A group of government supporters marched to the offices of Future Television, a satellite channel that was commandeered by the army after Hezbollah supporters threatened it on Friday.
“Hezbollah are liars; they are despicable,” said Nawal al-Meouchi, 60, who had come to show her support along with her husband, her son and her daughter. “They said they would never turn their arms on the Lebanese, but they
have.”

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