Monday, December 27, 2010

Remember the sufferings of the Palestinians

Malaysians are so blessed to be living in this country where there are freedom of speech and you are free to do anything under the sun as long as it does not break the laws of Malaysia.

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'

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.
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.

Pembohongan Syiah Tentang Sahabat

RM100million bonus is a prove of a caring government

The Prophet, peace be upon him, said "One who does not thank people, does not thank Allah". (Hadith)

The Prophet, pbuh, is also reported to have said, "One who does not thank for the little, does not thank for the abundant."

The above hadith reminded all of us to be thankful towards another human being because being thankful to another is the way for us to be thankful towards Allah as well.

Allah's help comes in many ways. One of the ways is when another of his servants helps another human being.

Therefore, we should always be thankful to those who had helped us, no matter how big or small their help had been.

Recently, Datuk Seri Najib Razak had announced an amount of RM100.916 million productivity incentive bonuses to its settlers.

This bonus is a show of appreciation of the settler's contribution in joining hand in hand with the government towards the development of the country's oil palm and rubber industry.

Plus as an incentive for selling their produce through Felda. It is a shame that 18,354 settlers (16.29%) did not qualify for the incentive bonus since they did not send in their produce to Felda and were short of the minimum amount allocated.

The minimum amount of the bonus is RM400 and the maximum is RM1,200 each.

30,611 settlers who brought their oil palm and rubber produce to the Felda management and another 61,170 who were enrolled in replanting with Felda will be receiving a bonus amounting to RM1,200 each.

2,000 settlers were given special consideration due to the low productivity resulted from unproductive crops or waiting for their turn to replant and will receive RM400.

Since our 1Malaysia government had been so considerate and tolerant towards the Felda settlers, the Felda settlers should never forget that BN is a strong government and a new Pakatan Rakyat government had not proven itself in the states that they had control over.

Therefore, choose the right government in the next General Election. Don't be assholes who forget easily who had helped you since our country had achieved independance.

The pot calling the kettle black

I am putting this Khairy Jamaluddin in his place.

Although what he said makes sense, but he is akin to what he had said about the hypocrisy thing.

“It is the ultimate height of hypocrisy,” said Khairy, adding that even Pakatan leaders such as DAP adviser Lim Kit Siang are against Selangor’s decision.

Many a man's reputation would not know his character if they met on the street. ~Elbert Hubbard

Look who's talking? The one who is the biggest hypocrite is the one accusing others as being hypocritical.

This is a joke. Khairy Jamaluddin is a dead ringer for Anwar Ibrahim.

Khairy Jamaluddin had been the one who swaggered like a transvestite, marching off to send his beloved, the passport Anwar Ibrahim had been longing for since he had not fucked a butt for so long since he had been imprisoned for sodomy.

Therefore, whenever we think of this KJ dude, we should automatically associate him with his mentor, Anwar Ibrahim.

KJ is Anwar Ibrahim. Anwar Ibrahim is KJ. KJ=Anwar Ibrahim. Anwar Ibrahim=KJ.

What you do speaks so loud that I cannot hear what you say. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson

3-0 Keep up the good work!

The heartiest congratulations to Malaysia for winning the first round of the final in the AFF-Suzuki Cup.

This is truly a heart warming news and we should all be proud of the performance of our fottball team thus proving that our national squad is improving.

3-0. If they can do it now, they have to repeat this performance in Indonesia later. Malaysia boleh!

The team should train harder and be sent for motivation and mental-training classes so that they can improve their game for the next one in Indonesia.

Training is for the body, and motivation and mental-training is for the mind.