Just imagine the daily bombardment suffered by the Palestinians in Gaza.
You have never been in that situation so I bet many of you just obliviously go about your daily lives without thinking of the sufferings of the people in Gaza.
This country had never been involved in any war or civil war or being oppressed by your neighbouring country.
The people of this country had never experienced being in a big caged space like what the Israeli's soldiers had done in Gaza.
So, how can the majority of you especially the non-Muslim be empathetic with the fate of the Muslims in Gaza since the Western media controlled by the Jews had been spinning tales about Islam being the religion of terrorists?
For me, I can understand the suffering of my fellow Muslims in Gaza because I am a Muslim and I can put myself in their shoes.
Can you, especially those who loves to oppress the Malay Muslims here in Malaysia?
If Perdana Global Peace Organisation (PGPO) is ever in need for volunteers to go to the next mission to Gaza, I personally volunteer to go there because I want to see and experience for myself what it is like to be there.
Read the news below posted in New Straits Times about how KL Sentral comes under 'siege' which stunned the commuters at KL Sentral station yesterday.
KL Sentral comes under 'siege'I can't wait for the videos of the skit to be uploaded onto Facebook and YouTube. I will certainly share it with my readers in my blog.
KUALA LUMPUR: Commuters at KL Sentral station yesterday were stunned when a group of men dressed in Israeli army fatigues "stormed" the building.
Armed with assault rifles, they attempted to abduct an old Palestinian man, dragging him along the floor. Several women and children pleaded with the masked soldiers to show mercy, but to no avail.
Thankfully, this was only a flash mob event hosted by Viva Palestina Malaysia (VPM), to remind the public that Gazans are still under siege.
VPM medical committee chief, Datuk Dr Musa Mohd Nordin, who played the role of the old Palestinian man in the skit, said the flash-scene was as real as it could get.
"When I was there in Palestine, we saw events like that on a daily basis."
Even though only plastic guns were used in the play, Musa's own pair of glasses was shattered while performing the act.
"We're trying to show Malaysians the violence that's happening there and awaken society, so everyone would rise against oppression."
More than 40 people, including children, were involved in staging the flash mob scene.
Videos of the skit will be uploaded onto Facebook and YouTube.
VPM's executive committee chairman Datuk Adnan Mohd Tahir said the flash mob scene was part of an efforts to raise funds for the reconstruction of Gaza.
"We aim to raise RM500,000 from today and during VPM's launch dinner in January."
The event will be held in Mandarin Oriental Hotel here on Jan 22 at 8pm. It will be graced by former premier Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and former British prime minister Tony Blair's sister-in-law, Lauren Booth.
"The money raised will be used to set up four different projects, each addressing key sectors in Palestine's fight for peace and prosperity," said Adnan.
The projects include helping Palestinians set up small businesses, helping women to be employed, building integrated farms for food and selling home-made handicraft as livelihood.