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Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Oktober 20, 2014

Tentang anjing …

“Ramai yang meminta saya mencoretkan sesuatu tentang anjing pada pandangan muslim,” tulis Datuk Dr Mohd Asri Zainul Abidin.

Dalam tulisan menerusi facebook semalam, bekas Mufti Perlis itu menyatakan ada yang kata anjing binatang yang dimusuhi oleh Islam dan ada yang kata perbuatan memegang anjing diharamkan oleh Islam.

“Ada pula yang kata apa salahnya kita membela anjing macam orang lain. Macam-macam lagi yang ditimbulkan. Ada yang berdasar fakta, ada berdasar emosi,” tulisnya lagi di bawah tajuk ‘Anjing dan isu masyarakat Malaysia’ sebagaimana di bawah.

Dalam masyarakat yang rencam agama dan budaya, pelbagai perkara sensitive mudah timbul. Di zaman teknologi maklumat, bermacam sudut pandang akan muncul. Sememang inilah reality masyarakat ‘era baru’ kini yang mempunyai pelbagai dimensi dan perspective baru yang tidak dimiliki oleh generasi yang hidup dalam era yang lepas.

Ada yang kata anjing binatang yang dimusuhi oleh Islam. Ada yang kata perbuatan memegang anjing diharamkan oleh Islam. Ada pula yang kata apa salahnya kita membela anjing macam orang lain. Macam-macam lagi yang ditimbulkan. Ada yang berdasar fakta, ada berdasar emosi.

Ramai yang meminta saya mencoretkan sesuatu tentang anjing pada pandangan muslim. Dalam ruang yang terbatas ini, saya ingin sebutkan secara ringkas isu-isu berikut:

Samakan Dengan Anjing

Walaupun manusia mempunyai pelbagai latar budaya dan agama, namun secara umumnya kesemua masyarakat menganggap menyamakan mana-mana individu dan pihak dengan anjing merupakan satu penghinaan. Sekalipun masyarakat Barat ramai yang menganggap ‘a dog is a man’s best friend’ namun jika kita berkata ‘you are like a dog’ ia merupakan satu penghinaan. Jika pun ada yang memahami dengan maksud kesetiaan ataupun loyalty namun ia bermaksud kesetiaan yang membuta tuli.

Al-Quran juga menjadikan anjing sebagai satu perumpamaan yang buruk bagi golongan ulama penjilat dunia yang menjual prinsip kebenaran demi kepentingan diri. Firman Allah: (maksudnya) “Dan bacakanlah kepada mereka (Wahai Muhammad), khabar berita seorang yang Kami beri kepadanya (pengetahuan mengenai) ayat-ayat Kami. Kemudian dia menjadikan dirinya terkeluar dari mematuhinya, lalu dia diikuti oleh syaitan, maka dia dari kalangan yang sesat. Dan kalau Kami kehendaki nescaya Kami angkat kedudukannya dengan (berpegang) ayat-ayat itu, tetapi dia bermati-mati cenderung kepada dunia dan menurut hawa nafsunya; maka bandingannya adalah seperti anjing, jika engkau menghalaunya, ia menghulurkan lidahnya, dan jika Engkau membiarkannya, ia juga menghulurkan lidahnya. Demikianlah bandingan orang-orang yang mendustakan ayat-ayat kami. Maka ceritakanlah kisah-kisah itu supaya mereka berfikir (Surah al-’Araf: 175-176).

Jadi, jika masyarakat muslim sensitive apabila mereka ataupun amalan mereka dibandingkan dengan anjing, maka itu memang sepatutnya. Mereka yang membuat apa-apa provokasi dalam hal yang seperti itu memang membuat onar dan ingin menimbul permusuhan dengan masyarakat muslim tanpa sebab. Perbuatan itu merosakkan keharmonian masyarakat di negara ini.

Islam Benci Anjing?

Ada orang bertanya pula, jadi apakah Islam membenci anjing dan melarang muslim berbuat baik kepada binatang berkenaan?

Dalam al-Quran Allah menceritakan tentang anjing yang mengiring para pemuda al-Kahfi dan turut bersama mereka semasa berjuang menghadapi rejim yang zalim pada zaman mereka. Firman Allah: (maksudnya) “dan engkau sangka mereka sedar, padahal mereka tidur; dan Kami balik-balikkan mereka dalam tidurnya ke sebelah kanan dan ke sebelah kiri; sedangkan anjing mereka menghulurkan dua kaki depannya dekat pintu gua; jika engkau melihat mereka, tentulah engkau akan berpaling melarikan diri dari mereka, dan tentulah engkau akan merasa amat gerun takut kepada mereka.” (Surah al-Kahfi, ayat 18).

Anjing tersebut menjadi binatang yang bersahabat dengan para pejuang kebenaran. Anjing itu lambang kemuliaan. Sesetengah riwayat yahudi menamakan anjing itu ‘qidmir’.

Sementara dalam hadis pula, Nabi s.a.w bersabda: “Diampunkan dosa seorang pelacur yang melintasi seekor anjing yang berada di tepi sebuah telaga yang lidahnya terjelir. Hampir kehausan membunuhnya. Maka pelacur itu pun menanggalkan kasutnya, lalu dia ikat kasut itu dengan tudungnya lantas dia menceduk air untuk anjing tersebut. Dia diampunkan disebabkan kejadian itu” (Riwayat al-Bukhari).

Betapa seorang pelacur yang buruk sekalipun diampuni dosanya oleh Allah kerana dengan ikhlas memberikan minum kepada seekor anjing. Bagaimana mungkin untuk kita menganggap bahawa Islam tidak menilai sebagai satu perbuatan yang baik jika muslim memberi makan dan minum kepada anjing?!! Jika ada orang muslim yang memberi makan kepada anjing patutlah dipuji.

Bolehkah muslim memiliki anjing?

Dalam al-Quran, Allah menyebut: (maksudnya) “Mereka bertanya kepadamu (Wahai Muhammad): “Apakah (makanan) yang dihalalkan bagi mereka?” bagi menjawabnya: “Dihalalkan bagi kamu (memakan) yang baik-baik, dan (buruan ang ditangkap oleh) binatang-binatang pemburu yang telah kamu ajar (untuk berburu) mengikut cara pelatih-pelatih binatang pemburu. Kamu mengajar serta melatihnya (adab peraturan berburu) sebagaimana yang telah diajarkan Allah kepada kamu, oleh itu makanlah dari apa yang mereka (binatang-binatang buruan) itu tangkap untuk kamu dan sebutlah nama Allah atasnya (ketika kamu melepaskannya berburu); dan bertaqwalah kepada Allah. Sesungguhnya Allah Maha cepat hitungan hisabNya” (Surah al-Maidah, ayat 4)

Binatang pemburu yang biasa digunakan ialah anjing. Kitab-kitab tafsir seperti Tafsir Ibn Kathir dan selainnya akan menyebut anjing sebagai pemburu utama. Juga perkataan mukallibin dalam ayat ini boleh bermaksud tuan-tuan empunya anjing seperti yang disenarai oleh al-Imam Ibn al-Jauzi ( meninggal 597H) dalam Zad al-Masir.

Ertinya, muslim memiliki anjing buruan. Demikian dia boleh memiliki anjing yang menemaninya berjalan atau menjaga keselamatan rumah seperti anjing Ashab al-Kahfi yang disebutkan tadi.

Bolehkah Muslim Menyentuh Anjing?

Ada pula yang cuba menyatakan haram memegang anjing kerana najis. Kalau kerana ia najis haram dipegang, maka haram juga seseorang menyentuh najis dirinya, ataupun anaknya ataupun sesiapa di bawah jagaannya ketika membersihkannya. Haramlah juga mereka yang berkerja yang membabitkan bahan-bahan bernajis seperti mencuci tandas ataupun darah ataupun nanah dan lain-lain. Begitu juga dengan doctor veterinar. Maka itu kesimpulan hukum yang cetek. Maka TIDAK HARAM menyentuh anjing.

Najis boleh disentuh tetapi hendaklah dibasuh apabila kita hendak beribadat ataupun berurusan dengan masyarakat. Menyentuh anjing yang kering sepakat ulama tidak najis. Menyentuh anjing basah khilaf pendapat dalam kalangan sarjana. Mazhab Syafie agak tegas dalam hal ini. Namun, pendapat-pendapat mazhab lain lebih luas dan mudah. Sebahagian fuqaha hanya membataskan najis anjing itu hanya jilatannya kerana itu sahaja yang disebut dalam hadis : “Apabila anjing menjilat bekas seseorang kamu, maka basuhlah sebanyak tujuh kali. Salah satunya dengan tanah” (Riwayat al-Bukhari).

Mazhab Malik bin Anas pula paling longgar dan luas berhubung dengan anjing.

Memelihara Anjing Dalam Rumah?

Adapun memelihara anjing dalam rumah tanpa sebab adalah tidak digalakkan oleh Islam. Nabi s.a.w bersabda: “Sesiapa yang memelihara anjing kecuali anjing buruan ataupun ternakan (menjaga ternakan) maka berkurangan pahalanya setiap hari sebesar qirat (Bukit Uhud)” (Riwayat al-Bukhari dan Muslim)

Berdasarkan hadis ini, maka sekurang-kurangnya memelihara anjing tanpa sebab yang disebutkan berada pada hukum makruh. Ada ulama yang mengharamkan. Namun hadis di atas tidak menyebut dosa, tetapi pengurang pahala sahaja. Maka, hukum makruh dipilih oleh sebahagian fuqaha. Hikmahnya, mungkin atas beberapa sebab yang berkaitan kerohanian dan kemasyarakat.

Islam menyuruh kita mengalukan tetamu. Bukan semua orang suka dengan anjing. Baunya dan juga salakannya boleh menakutkan sesetengah orang. Sesiapa yang pernah pergi ke rumah pemelihara anjing, atau menaiki kenderaan yang ada anjing dia akan tahu baunya yang bukan semua orang dapat bertahan. Salakan anjing dan bulu-bulu di sana-sini bagaikan tidak mengalu-alukan tetamu. Sedangkan Islam agama kemasyarakatan dan hubungan baik antara jiran, saudara-mara dan sahabat handai.

Dari segi keselamatan dan kesihatan juga mempunyai kemerbahayaannya. Gigitan anjing, najis serta jilatannya merbahaya. Banyak research yang telah dibuat tentang hal ini. Apabila Islam cuba mengelakkan bahaya anjing yang dipelihara dalam rumah dengan melarang penganutnya berbuat demikian, bukan itu bererti penindasan terhadap anjing. Betapa banyak binatang yang manusia elakkan dari menghampirinya kerana kemerbahayaannya. Itu semua bukan bererti penindasan atau kekejaman!

Dalam hadis tadi, Nabi s.a.w: “Apabila anjing menjilat bekas seseorang kamu, maka basuhlah sebanyak tujuh kali. Salah satunya dengan tanah”. (Riwayat al-Bukhari).

Untuk mengelakkan jilatan anjing yang sentiasa menjelir lidah, yang dianggap najis dari segi agama dan juga bahaya dari segi scientific maka Islam melarang untuk kita memelihara anjing di dalam rumah tanpa alasan yang diizinkan.

Maka ini ringkasan yang sempat saya coretkan petang ini berhubung dengan sisi pandangan nas-nas Islam berkaitan dengan anjing… Dr Maza

Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Oktober 13, 2014

Kenali Penipu @ Kaki fitnah @ Presiden PasMa

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Siapakah Phahrolrazi a.k.a jebon dan menjawab fitnah terhadap Allahyarham Ust Azizan Razak oleh Mohd Sayuti Omar (MSO) didalam bukunya.

Dalam buku MSO, ‘Kejatuhan PAS Kedah’, Phahrol menyatakan antara sebab dia menentang Ust Azizan ialah kerana Ustaz telah membatalkan Projek Ladang Sejahtera… Dia marah sangat sebab projek itu sudah ada pelabur dari China! Betul kah begitu?

Sebenarnya, Projek Ladang Sejahtera tidak pernah dibatalkan, malah dirancakkan lagi dengan penglibatan Kumpulan Ladang-ladang Perbadanan (KLPK) sebagai agensi pelaksana, berkerjasama dengan Kedah Agro. Ustaz Azizan merasmikan pembukaan dan menyerahkan dividen pertama kepada 250 peserta fasa pertama Ladang Sekahtera Gunung Inas di Baling.

KLPK dan Kedah Agro (anak syarikat MBI) telah mengenalpasti beberapa kawasan lain untuk dibangunkan ladang-ladang itu, dan peserta program telahpun dipilih dari kalangan rakyat kedah berpendapatan dibawah RM750 yang mendaftar dengan e-sinar. Tidak kurang 5 keluarga miskin disetiap kampung telah dipilih untuk menyertai projek Ladang Sejahtera.

Ladang Sejahtera adalah ilham Ust Azizan, diubahsuai daripada satu proposal projek ladang getah klon balak (TLC) sebagai ladang hutan di zaman BN antara Kedah Agro dan PT Rubber (M) Bdn Bhd. Ia dibiayai oleh pinjaman mudah Kementerian Perusahaan Perladangan dan Komoditi (MPIC).

Phahrol selaku Exco Pertanian waktu itu telah mengarahkan kerjasama itu dibatalkan kerana mendakwa individu yang mengetuai PT Rubber adalah kroni UMNO.

Oleh itu, MB telah mengarahkan projek itu diusahakan oleh Kedah Agro dengan penglibatan KLPK sebagai agensi pembangunan ladang. Maka projeknitu dinamakan Projek Ladang Sejahtera! Pembangunan ladang buah-buahan di pinggir tasik Pedu yang dilancarkan dengan himpunan besar-besaran sebelum PRU -13 adalah salah satu komponen program ini.

Rancangan yang dibatalkan ialah pengambilalihan Kilang Hivea Bukit Perak oleh beberapa individu melibatkan pelabur dari China. Bagaimana ia terjadi?

Begini…..

Phahrol mendakwa Kilang Hivea milik PKNK yang diuruskan oleh Kumpulan Ladang2 Perbadanan telah mengalami kerugian RM20 juta dan pihak pengurusan telah memanipulasi Akaun Kumpulan Ladang Perbadanan diketuai oleh Dato’ Shahabudin Shafie – Kenalan MB yang dilantik mengetuai GLC.

Dato’ Phahrolrazi mendakwa YAB DS Ustaz Azizan membawa masuk individu yang tidak dikenali oleh pimpinan parti untuk mengetuai GLC dan mereka mengambil kesempatan di atas ruang di GLC untuk mengautkan kekayaan dan menyebabkan kerugian. Tiada siapa yang dapat membuat teguran kepada Dato’ Shabudin kerana beliau adalah kenalan yang sentiasa dipertahankan oleh YAB DS Ustaz Azizan.

Dato’ Shabudin Shafie ialah bekas Ketua Pengarah RISDA, dilantik mengetuai Syarikat Kumpulan Ladang-Ladang Perbadanan (KLPK), selepas CEO sebelumnya meletak jawatan sekitar bulan Mei 2008.

Sejak Januari 2012, Dato’ Shabbudin dilantik menjadi CEO Perbadanan Menteri Besar Kedah Berhad (MBI) hingga Julai 2013 (Berhenti selepas kontraknya tamat setelah kerajaan bertukar). Disamping itu beliau jugak memantau perjalanan KLPK dan Kedah Agro (anak syarikat MBI).

Beliau didakwa oleh Dato’ Phahrolrazi telah menyembunyikan kerugian Kilang Hivea Bukit Perak Sdn Bhd (milik Syarikat Ladang Bukit Perak Sdn Bhd – anak syarikat PKNK yang diuruskan oleh KLPK) sebanyak RM20 juta dan memanipulasi akaun Kumpulan Ladang untuk dilihat mencatat keuntungan, tetapi sebenarnya mengalami kerugian.

Beliau mengarahkan KLPK menyumbangkan RM3 juta kepada PKNK jika benar- benar mencatat keuntungan, tetapi Dato’ Shabudin gagal berbuat demikian. Ini bermakna KLPK tidak mencatat untung seperti seperti yang dinyatakan oleh Dato’ Shabudin dalam penyata syarikat.

PENJELASAN

RM 20 juta yang didakwa rugi itu ialah wang tuntutan cukai ses yang dituntut daripada Risda oleh Ladang Bukit Perak Sdn Bhd (milik PKNK yang diuruskan oleh KLPK) telah tersilap bayar terus ke akaun PKNK. Wang itu tidak rugi atau hilang sebaliknya ada dalam akaun PKNK yang sedang diuruskan oleh akauntan dan juruaudit untuk dipindahkan balik kepada Ladang Bukit Perak Sdn Bhd.

Dakwaan bahawa Kilang Hivea disalah urus hingga mengalami kerugian RM20 juta adalah tidak benar. Operasinya dihentikan semala hampir dua tahun untuk proses menaik taraf mesin dan kelengkapan. Sepanjang proses itu, KLPK telah mengeluarkan kos menaiktaraf dan overhead kilang sekitar RM5 juta.

Operasinya telah berjalan semua sejak September 2011dan telah mencatat pulangan RM700 ribu sehingga Disember 2011. Bagi tahun 2012, operasinya diunjurkan akan mencatakan keuntungan sebanyak RM3 juta.

Isu ini dibangkitkan dipercayai mempunyai kaitan dengan usaha yang telah dibuat oleh Dato’ Phahrol dan salah seorang Ahli Lembaga Pengarah Syarikat yang juga pegawai kanan di PKNK (Bob a.k.a Mustafar) yang merancang membawa masuk pelabur asing dari China untuk mengambil alih kilang ini.

Proposal ini telah diluluskan oleh EXCO PKNK tetapi dibatalkan oleh PKNK dalam mesyuarat penuh Ahli Lembaga Pengarah PKNK atas alasan kilang itu telah siap dinaiktaraf dan telah beroperasi semula dan sedang mencatat keuntungan. Adalah tidak masuk akal menjual sebuah kilang yang sedah dinaiktaraf dan sedang beroperasi,

Dato’ Phahrolrazi adalah EXCO PKNK dan dipercayai mempunyai kepentingan di atas proposal ini melalui pembabitan rakan yang juga jirannya – Man Juta.

Phahrol mengetuai delegasi lawatan ke China dan Hong Kong (2 kali) mengadakan perjanjian dengan pelabur bagi mengambil alih operasi kilang tanpa mandat daripada PKNK, Kerajaan Negeri atau mana-mana pihak berauthoriti. Dia juga tidak memaklumkan tindakannya itu kepada MB yang juga Pengerusi PKNK. Dia bertindak tanpa mandat mewakli kerajaan negeri mencari pelabur untuk mengambil alih sebuah kilang milik PKNK.

Mesyuarat penuh ALP PKNK kemudiannya mengarahkan rancangan ini dibatalkan memandangkan tiada keperluan untuk menjual kilang itu. Man Juta kemudiannya diarahkan oleh Phahrol menyaman PKNK di mahkamah menuntut jutaan ringgit sebagai gantirugi.

Dalam ‘Pertemuan Mentaloon’ , hal ini dibangkitkan oleh Phahrol dan mendakwa Ust Azizan telah memalukannya dimata pelabur China dengan pembatalan itu.

Phahrol melalui tulisan MSO dalam buku ‘fitnahnya’ telah berbohong kononnya Ust Azizan membatalkan projek Ladang Sejahtera- untuk menutup persundalannya dengan Bob dan Man Juta untuk kepentingan diri mereka dalam rancangan itu. Yang batal ialah rancangan tamak mereka menjual kilang getah yang siap dinaiktaraf dan sedang beroperasi dengan keuntungan! Inilah gaya Presiden PasMa! Beginikah gaya pentadbiran bekas ‘bakal MB Kedah’ yang siang malam berusaha menjatuhkan ketuanya sendiri? Kini dia mendakwa PasMa bertujuan menyelamatkan PAS? Selamat daripada siapa?!

Kalau niat dia sebaik itu, kenapa dia perlu berbohong melalui penulis upahan seperti MSO? Lagi kerap dia berbohong lagi banyak kebenaran tentang dirinya akan didedahkan.

Catatan: Cukai ses ialah cukai yang diambil oleh kerajaan dalam urusan jualan komuditi getah untuk eksport dan domestik untuk bantuan tanaman semula getah di tadbir oleh RISDA.

Skim tanam semula bagi sektor estet diwujudkan berasaskan peruntukan di bawah seksyen 10, Ordinan Kumpulan Wang Perusahaan Getah (Penanaman Semula) 1952 setelah dipinda oleh Akta RISDA 1972…sumber

Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Oktober 2, 2014

Tanda-tanda dekatnya kejatuhan kerajaan UMNO BN – MP Bachok

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Ahli Parlimen Bachok

Pengumuman kenaikan harga petrol Ron 95 dan diesel oleh Kementerian Perdagangan Dalam Negeri, Koperasi dan Kepenggunaan (KPDNKK) adalah sangat mengecewakan dan tidak bertanggungjawab.

Menjelang 12 tengah malam, 1 Oktober 2014, kita semua dapat menyaksikan ribuan rakyat diseluruh negara beratur panjang di stesen-stesen pam minyak bagi memenuhkan tangki kenderaan.

Rakyat kebanyakan hanya dapat mengambil peluang membeli minyak dengan kadar yg lebih murah beberapa jam sebaik pengumuman kenaikan harga minyak dibuat.

Manakala menteri-menteri UMNO saya percaya tidak akan tergesa-gesa mencari stesen minyak bagi mengambil peluang harga sedia ada sebelum kenaikan.

Ini hanyalah salah satu daripada ribuan bukti tanda-tanda dekatnya kejatuhan kerajaan UMNO Barisan Nasional, apabila pemimpin pemimpin mereka semakin jauh dan terpisah daripada permasalahan rakyat.

Setiap rakyat yang beratur panjang di stesen pam minyak seluruh negara adalah bukti betapa ramai rakyat yang terhimpit ekonomi mereka walaupun disaat pemimpin UMNO BN berdegar degar berbangga dengan dakwaan prestasi ekonomi negara yang baik.

Setiap rakyat yang beratur panjang ini, pasti membantah kenaikan harga minyak ini dan mempersoalkan dimanakah menteri atau wakil rakyat UMNO BN yang bersama membantah kenaikan ini.

Dan saya percaya bahawa kenaikan harga minyak ini hanya akan menaikkan kemarahan rakyat kepada kerajaan UMNO Barisan Nasional seterusnya membawa kepada keputusan bersama bahawa negara ini tidak lagi layak ditadbir oleh UMNO Barisan Nasional.

YB Ahmad Marzuk Shaary
Ahli Parlimen Bachok
Pengerusi Lajnah Hal Ehwal
Parlimen & DUN Pemuda PAS Malaysia.
1 Oktober 2014

Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Oktober 2, 2014

Terima kasih PM dan BN atas kenaikan harga MINYAK

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Kenaikan harga minyak sebanyak 20 sen menimbulkan pelbagai reaksi rakyat…mai tengok apa komen rakyat malaysia ttg kenaikan harga minyak semalam…

‘Minyak dah naik nti kluar ayat pawer yg akan di cetak rompak mcm ni ( kita akan pastikan kenaikan ini x akan membebankan
RAKYAAT.’ – Mohamad Mustaffa Abu Bakar

‘najib dah belajar dri tun mahathir….. melayu ni kl bagi umpan molek sikt seminggu dua dekat pru …. mabok k.o terus! …. tak nampak dah bulan … nampak dacing semata-mata….melayu mudah lupa!!!… mcm prk pkln kubur itu hari la!! ‘ – abdulqahhar14

‘hahahaha….itu adalah pm yg anda pilih…memiskin kan lagi rakyat yang telah pun miskin…gaji tetap ditakuk lama…puiii ‘ – Muhamad Faizal Mansoor Faizal

Angkara BN yang tidak berperikemanusiaan langsung kepada golongan yang tidak berada… – Salman Farisi

‘Najib !cukup cukup sudah sampai di sini saja.elok letak jawatan sebelum nasi menjadi bubur.Tun pun beri nasihat yang sama.’ – Redzawan Mohammad

‘DALAM APA2 KENAIKAN JANGAN TAKUT RAKYAT MESTI KAMI UTAMAKAN,,’ – Suara Kebebasan Rakyat

‘Yang memilih pemimpin yang ada sekarang kenalah memikul tanggungjawab….. tak-habis-habis nak seksa rakyat…alasan lapuk kalau minyak dunia tak naik dia orang guna alasan nak kurangkan subsidi…harga barangan harian tak dapat dibendung ditambah lagi alasan peniaga akan naikan harga barangan lagi….ramai-ramai berdoa agar Allah membantu mereka yang teraniaya..aaammin’ – Exora Jls

Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Oktober 1, 2014

Pecat Khalid: Wan Azizah, Saifuddin Ke ROS hari ini..

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PETALING JAYA: Dua pemimpin Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) dipanggil Jabatan Pendaftaran Pertubuhan (ROS) untuk menjelaskan isu berhubung pemecatan Tan Sri Abdul Khalid daripada parti itu.

Presiden PKR, Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail dan Setiausaha Agung parti, Datuk Saifuddin Nasution Ismail akan memberi keterangan di ROS, Putrajaya pada Rabu.

Kedua-duanya akan ditemani peguam, Ragunath Kesavan di mana temujanji ROS dengan Saifuddin ditetapkan pada pukul 2 petang, manakala Dr Wan Azizah pula pada pukul 2.30 petang.

Ragunath ketika dihubungi mengesahkan mengenai perkara itu dan memaklumkan tarikh dan waktu berkenaan dipersetujui pihak terbabit.

“Surat ROS memanggil kedua-dua pemimpin PKR itu diterima lebih awal dan atas kesibukan masing-masing tarikhnya dipinda dan akhirnya dipersetuji untuk diadakan esok (Rabu),” katanya.

Sebelum ini, ada aduan dikemukakan terhadap Lembaga Disiplin dan Majlis Pimpinan Pusat Keadilan berhubung keputusan memecat bekas Menteri Besar Selangor itu.

Bulan lalu, Pengerusi Lembaga Disiplin PKR, Datuk Dr Tan Kee Kwong dipanggil ROS untuk menyediakan laporan mengenai tarikh Khalid dipecat, komposisi Lembaga Disiplin parti itu dan buku kehadiran ahli jawatankuasa pusat PKR yang hadir semasa keputusan pemecatan dibuat..mstar

Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Oktober 1, 2014

Pesan Memesan Setelah Ianya Jadi Mayat..

Posted by: pinkturtle2 | September 30, 2014

MB Selangor yang baru..ni dia

azmin n anwar

Betul sangat jangkaan orang ramai bahawa jawatan MB yang sungguh sungguh di usahakan oleh suami isteri keluarga 69 dari Parti Keluarga Rakyat, PKR bukan berkhidmat untuk rakyat, tetapi untuk kesinambungan keluarganya..

Kerana terlalu gelojoh, terlondeh siapa sebenarnya MB Selangor..lagi

Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Disember 24, 2012

Media Malaysia jangan jadi ‘lidah syaitan’…

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MEDIA ‘LIDAH SYAITAN': JAWATAN NAIB PRESIDEN DIMANSUHKAN DALAM PERLEMBAGAAN BARU

Kecewa dengan laporan sebuah siaran berita televisyen Malaysia yang mendakwa peletakkan jawatan Naib Presiden, Mahmoud Mekki sebagai “tamparan hebat” kepada Mursi yang sebenarnya satu kenyataan palsu, fitnah, lagi bohong.
Saya telah mengulas peribadi Mahmoud Mekki seorang tokoh perundangan yang disegani.

Mekki adalah Naib Presiden yang pertama dan terakhir bagi Mursi kerana selepas ini, Perlembagaan baru Mesir yang diterima rakyat semalam memansuhkan jawatan Naib Presiden.

Mekki telah berjanji beliau akan meletakkan jawatan jika rakyat bersetuju kepada perlembagaan. Beliau sebagai orang nombor dua negara sudah dapat merasai ‘angin kemenangan’ yang dikehendaki rakyat lalu meletakkan jawatan.

Itu sahaja dan tiada isu yang perlu dikaitkan dengan Mursi. Harap media Malaysia jangan jadi ‘lidah syaitan’…

FB Abd Malik

Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Disember 18, 2012

Nasib umat Islam Palestin Di Syria Lebih Teruk Dari Gaza…

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Tentera syiah Syria mengebom Masjid Al-Yarmouk di kawasan kem  pelarian Palestin di Syria, dengan 2 roket dari jet MIG-22. Mayat-mayat bergelimpangan dan kami masih menghitung jumlah angka yang terbunuh, ada yang hangus terbakar ,terputus tubuh badan dan dikerat-kerat tubuhnya.

ليس لكم إلا الله، و لا حول و لا قوة إلا بالله

 

Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Disember 16, 2012

DARI PALESTIN UNTUK SYRIA….

sobuni... 

FAKTA UNTUK MEREKA YANG CELIK!

Berikut adalah sedutan ucapan Syaikh Ali As-Sobuni (Berserban dan berjubah putih), Ketua Rabithah Ulama’ Syria :

“Selama tempoh sekitar 70 tahun Zionis menjajah bumi Palestin, mereka telah membunuh sekitar 30 ribu umat Islam Palestin.

Manakala rejim Syiah Nusairi di Syria pula, dalam tempoh 2 tahun sahaja telah membunuh lebih daripada 50 ribu umat Islam Syria.Belum lagi dikira syuhada’ tragedi Hama pada tahun 1982 (era Hafeez Asad) yang mengorbankan lebih 40 ribu umat Islam”

(Gambar di atas diambil ketika Syaikh melawat MB Kelantan, YAB Tuan Guru Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat baru-baru ini)

- FB Rakyat Malaysia Bersama Revolusi Syria

Posted by: pinkturtle2 | November 26, 2012

Gambar 6 pemimpin Hamas yang telah Syahid

“Dan jangan sekali-kali engkau menyangka orang-orang yang terbunuh (yang gugur Syahid) pada jalan Allah itu mati, (mereka tidak mati) bahkan mereka adalah hidup (secara istimewa) di sisi Tuhan mereka dengan mendapat rezeki” :Al Imran:169

Setiap pejuang memberikan apa sahaja kemampuan mereka menyediakan diri bertemu Ilahi.

Semoga darah para Syuhada dari dahulu hingga kini masih mengalir dalam jiw

a-jiwa umat ini.Semoga Allah merahmati roh mereka dan berkati perjuangan mereka membebaskan bumi Palestin yang tercinta. 

Dari kiri atas:
1) Asy Syahid Ir Imad Aqal
2) Asy Syahid Syeikh Ahmad Yaasin
3) Asy Syahid Ir Yahya Ayyash
4) Asy Syahid Dr Abdul Aziz Ar Rantisi
5) Asy Syahid Dr Said Syiam
6) Asy Syahid Al-Qaid, Ahmad Al-Ja’abarri

Mereka telah berikan apa yang mereka punya, kini giliran kita menyediakan dan memberi apa yang kita punya….

Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Mei 3, 2012

Bumi Syam Hari ini…

Homs Today….

Syrian women walk past destruction in the Bab Amro neighbourhood of Homs on May 2, 2012. The head of the UN mission to Syria said on May 2, his observers were having a 'calming effect' on the ground but admitted the ceasefire was 'shaky' and not holding.

Syrian women walk past destruction in the Bab Amro neighbourhood of Homs on May 2, 2012. The head of the UN mission to Syria said on May 2, his observers were having a ‘calming effect’ on the ground but admitted the ceasefire was ‘shaky’ and not holding.

A general view shows the Syrian flag flying next to destruction in the Bab Amro neighbourhood of Homs on May 2, 2012. The head of the UN mission to Syria said his observers were having a 'calming effect' on the ground but admitted the ceasefire was 'shaky' and not holding.

A general view shows destruction in the Bab Amro neighbourhood of the central restive city of Homs on May 2, 2012. The head of the UN mission to Syria said his observers were having a 'calming effect' on the ground but admitted the ceasefire was 'shaky' and not holding.

A Syrian woman walks past the rubble of homes allegedly destroyed during Syrian government army shelling in the town of Taftnaz, in northwestern Syria, on April 15, 2012. Syrian opposition activists organised protests against President Bashar al-Assad's regime on April 20, 2012, in a new test of its readiness to honour a peace plan UN chief Ban Ki-moon said it has so far failed to heed.

Syrian women walk past destruction in the Bab Amro neighbourhood of Homs on May 2, 2012. The head of the UN mission to Syria said on May 2, his observers were having a 'calming effect' on the ground but admitted the ceasefire was 'shaky' and not holding.

Syrian men walk in the street in the Bab Amro neighbourhood of Homs on May 2, 2012. The head of the UN mission to Syria said on May 2, his observers were having a 'calming effect' on the ground but admitted the ceasefire was 'shaky' and not holding.

A general view shows the heavily destroyed Bab Amro neighbourhood of Homs on May 2, 2012, as the head of the UN mission to Syria said his observers were having a 'calming effect' on the ground but admitted the ceasefire was 'shaky' and not holding.

A taxi drives past Syrian soldiers manning a checkpoint at the entrance of al-Karama area in the Bab Amro neighbourhood of Homs on May 2, 2012. Syria's army on May 2, reportedly suffered its deadliest day in a ceasefire when rebel fighters killed 20 troops, in the latest violation of the three-week truce the UN says both sides are flouting.

Syrians inspect the destruction at their house in the Bab Amro neighbourhood of Homs on May 2, 2012. The head of the UN mission to Syria said his observers were having a 'calming effect' on the ground but admitted the ceasefire was 'shaky' and not holding.

A general view shows destruction in the Bab Amro neighbourhood of Homs on May 2, 2012. The head of the UN mission to Syria said his observers were having a 'calming effect' on the ground but admitted the ceasefire was 'shaky' and not holding.

Syrian children remove rubble from the entrance of their house in the Bab Amro neighbourhood of Homs on May 2, 2012. The head of the UN mission to Syria said on May 2, his observers were having a 'calming effect' on the ground but admitted the ceasefire was 'shaky' and not holding.

Syrian soldiers man a checkpoint at the entrance of the al-Karama area in the Bab Amro neighbourhood of Homs on May 2, 2012. The head of the UN mission to Syria said on May 2, his observers were having a 'calming effect' on the ground but admitted the ceasefire was 'shaky' and not holding.

Syrian children remove rubble from the entrance of their house in the Bab Amro neighbourhood of Homs on May 2, 2012. The head of the UN mission to Syria said on May 2, his observers were having a 'calming effect' on the ground but admitted the ceasefire was 'shaky' and not holding.

A general view shows the heavily destroyed Bab Amro neighbourhood of Homs on May 2, 2012, as the head of the UN mission to Syria said his observers were having a 'calming effect' on the ground but admitted the ceasefire was 'shaky' and not holding.

A Syrian women inspects the destruction at her house in the Bab Amro neighbourhood of Homs on May 2, 2012. The head of the UN mission to Syria said his observers were having a 'calming effect' on the ground but admitted the ceasefire was 'shaky' and not holding.

A Syrian women inspects the destruction at her house in the Bab Amro neighbourhood of Homs on May 2, 2012.

A general view shows the heavily destroyed Bab Amro neighbourhood of Homs through a blooming field on May 2, 2012. The head of the UN mission to Syria said his observers were having a 'calming effect' on the ground but admitted the ceasefire was 'shaky' and not holding.

A Syrian man inspects the destruction in his house in the Bab Amro neighbourhood of Homs on May 2, 2012. The head of the UN mission to Syria said his observers were having a 'calming effect' on the ground but admitted the ceasefire was 'shaky' and not holding.

Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Mei 2, 2012

Parlimen bubar selepas Aidilfitri…

Najib lupa untuk lebih berhati-hati di dalam menghadapi Bersih 3.0 supaya tidak perlu lagi bekerja kuat mencari idea-idea baru bagi meraih sokongan-sokongan yang hilang sepertimana Bersih 2.0 dahulunya. Mungkin Najib ada idea-idea baru termasuklah yang terbaru mengumumkan dasar gaji minimum swasta tetapi masa untuk Najib ‘memberi’ sudah tidak cukup bagi mengembalikan sokongan ke atas BN atau meredakan kemarahan rakyat di atas kegagalan menguruskan Bersih 3.0.

Najib kehabisan talian hayat?

Pasti ramai yang membaca tajuk artikel ini tertanya-tanya apakah penulis akan membawa arah penulisan beliau dengan meramalkan bahawa parti pemerintah Barisan Nasional (BN) akan melabuhkan tirainya selepas hampir 55 tahun berkuasa. Ada pembaca pasti mengandaikan penulis ini berkemungkinan seorang penyokong ataupun seorang yang bersimpati dengan pembangkang  di Parlimen yang juga kerajaan yang dipilih di beberapa negeri termasuklah Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur. Ayuh, bacalah artikel saya untuk mengetahui kebenaran daripada tajuk saya di atas.

Semua tertanya-tanya selepas kejadian ‘pelbagai cerita’ di dalam perhimpunan Bersih 3.0 di ibu negara dua hari lepas, adakah Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Razak masih berkeyakinan untuk meneruskan hasratnya membubarkan Parlimen pada tahun ini. Ramai penganalisa meramalkan Pilihanraya Umum ke-13 (PRU13) diadakan pada hujung bulan Jun berdasarkan senario yang memberi kelebihan kepada parti pemerintah sebelum penganjuran Bersih 3.0. Mungkin sekarang penganalisa-penganalisa ini akan meletakkan ruang waktu baru di dalam ramalan mereka. Tetapi bagi saya, meskipun sebelum berlakunya ‘tragedi’ Bersih 3.0, saya amat yakin bahawa PRU bakal diadakan sebaik sahaja musim perayaan Hari Raya Aidilfitri tetapi sebelum banyak kapal terbang haji bertolak ke Tanah Suci.

Beberapa sebab menyokong andaian saya sedemikian. Pertama ialah Najib memerlukan lebih masa untuk berkempen menggunakan tiketnya sebagai PM meskipun banyak turun padang baru-baru ini dari Perlis sehinggalah ke Sabah dan mengurangkan kegemarannya yang suka melawat pemimpin negara asing selepas memegang jawatan PM. Malah, beliau akan mula bercuti selama dua minggu bermula pertengahan bulan Mei ini di Amerika Syarikat di samping menghadiri majlis konvokesyen puterinya di sana. Walaupun ramai berkata Najib boleh membubarkan Parlimen pada hujung Mei, 30 hari di dalam bulan Jun adalah tidak cukup bagi jentera BN tetapi tidak dinafikan tidak boleh dilakukan.

Bagi saya, Najib melihat dua faktor sebelum membubarkan Dewan Rakyat. Yang pertamanya ialah berjaya mengotakan janji-janji beliau untuk memastikan transformasi dilakukan walaupun sekadar proses-proses perundangan . Sekurang-kurangnya dengan membawa beberapa akta-akta baru menggantikan akta-akta kolonial lama seperti ISA, Akta Darurat dan AUKU agar diluluskan di Dewan Rakyat. Cakap-cakap mahu PRU13 kembali bergema sejak kebelakangan ini disebabkan BN nampak ‘gelojoh’ apabila membentangkan dan meluluskan banyak akta-akta baru dalam masa 48 jam di Dewan Rakyat. Namun begitu, bagi menguatkuasakan akta berkenaan, masa masih diperlukan untuk diluluskan di peringkat Dewan Negara (masih memerlukan siri-siri pembacaan dan sesi perbahasan) dan akhirnya perlu dipersetujui oleh Yang Di Pertuan Agong. Maka, untuk menjadikan semua ini selamat digazetkan, paling awal pun akan siap sebelum bulan puasa (Julai) tahun ini.

Faktor kedua yang penting buat Najib ialah keadaan ekonomi global dan Malaysia. Majoriti penganalisa ekonomi dunia menjangkakan ekonomi dunia akan mulai menunjukkan tanda-tanda perlahan bermulanya suku ketiga tahun ini iaitu seawal-awalnya bulan Julai tahun ini. Pada hari ini pun ekonomi dunia sedang berada pada tahap matang (maturity) dan dalam hukum ekonomi, fasa berikutnya mestilah penurunan (decline). Malaysia juga tidak akan terlepas daripada bahang kemerosotan ekonomi dan akan lambat launnya merasa kesannya apabila indeks-indeks pelbagai di Bursa Malaysia akan turut sama menurun. Oleh itu, untuk mengadakan PRU selepas September 2012 adalah mimpi buruk kepada Najib. Setakat ini, banyak kerajaan pemerintah jatuh di seluruh dunia apabila pilihanraya diadakan ketika ekonomi mulai meleset.Lebih-lebih lagi di Malaysia, BN sepatutnya lebih gusar jika ekonomi merosot, undi kaum Cina akan terus merundum bagi BN dan situasi sokongan rendah di bawah 20% kaum Cina pada BN hari ini pasti lebih memburukkan keadaan.  Ini hanyalah andaian bijak berdasarkan pola-pola pilihanraya yang dianjurkan semasa ekonomi menurun tetapi parti pemerintah masih boleh menang sekiranya proses pengundian dimanipulasikan atau tidak telus. Wallahualam.

Oleh itu, Najib hanya ada masa bagi membubarkan Parlimen antara bulan Ogos dan September. Tetapi tidak mungkin Ogos kerana separuh bulan itu adalah bulan Ramadhan dan kurang separuhnya, orang Islam di Malaysia bakal merayakan Aidilfitri. Oleh itu, awal bulan September adalah bulan terbaik untuk Najib membubarkan Parlimen dan paling awal PRU boleh diadakan adalah pada minggu terakhir September dan paling lewat pun minggu pertama Oktober.

Parlimen bubar selepas Aidilfitri?

PRU tidak mungkin di adakan selepas minggu pertama Oktober. Ini adalah kerana pada waktu-waktu berkenaan para pengundi Melayu beragama Islam sudah ramai berangkat mengerjakan haji dan UMNO amat mengharapkan golongan Melayu bagi mengekalkan kuasa mereka sebagai pemerintah walaupun dijangkakan tidak mampu lagi menguasai majoriti 2/3 daripada kerusi Parlimen dan malah mampu menawan Kedah semula.

Kelebihan mengadakan PRU selepas Hari Raya Aidilfitri dan minggu pertama Syawal adalah kerana para pemimpin BN dan kerajaan boleh menggunakan kesempatan amalan-amalan semasa Ramadhan untuk turun bertemu rakyat terutamanya orang Melayu terutamanya majlis berbuka puasa . Bagi BN terutamanya UMNO, bulan Ramadhan boleh memberikan peluang bagi mereka ‘menabur wang secara halal’ kononnya sempena bulan baik di masjid-masjid dan surau-surau di atas kapasiti sebagai menteri dan timbalan menteri. Kemudiaan,di bulan Syawal juga, sudah menjadi kelaziman pemimpin-pemimpin membuat rumah terbuka di sana-sini. Oleh itu, program-program mendekati rakyat ini satu kelebihan kepada BN untuk meraih undi-undi Melayu semasa bulan Ramadhan dan Syawal.

Bukan itu sahaja, jika PRU diadakan pada penghujung  Syawal (September), BN tidak perlu rasa bimbang mengenai anak-anak muda terutamanya mahasiswa-mahasiswa IPTA yang akan kembali ke kampus bagi meneruskan pengajian semester baru. Akta baru menggantikan perkara AUKU yang dijanjikan BN mampu menyukarkan peluang BN jika PRU diadakan pada bulan Jun atau awal Julai kerana siswa-siswi ini yang kebanyakannya pro-Pakatan sudah berada di kampong halaman untuk cuti panjang semester dan ini membolehkan mereka bertugas sebagai sukarelawanuntuk berkempen tanpa sekatan AUKU lagi bagi membantu parti. Oleh itu, dengan mengadakan PRU semasa siswa sudah kembali ke kampus mengurangkan risiko buat BN dari mimpi ngeri ini.

Saya ingin kembali semula kepada persoalan tajuk saya di atas. Saya sudah nyatakan ramalan saya bagi PRU untuk tahun ini tetapi bagaimana kita meramalkan nasib Najib  sendiri. Selepas meneliti pengurusan Bersih 3.0 kali ini yang agak emosional di kedua-dua pihak (polis dan peserta), saya yakin Najib kini tidak senang duduk. Ini bukannya kerana Najib takut pada rakyat ataupun parti pembangkang tetapi Najib lebih bimbang kepada tekanan dalaman UMNO dan BN sendiri. Kegagalan polis bertugas dengan sepatutnya iaitu sewajarnya mempertahankan Dataran Merdeka daripada dicerobohi dan tidak terlalu pro-aktif sehingga mengejar para peserta Bersih sehingga beberapa kilometer adalah sesuatu yang tidak dapat diterima akal sekiranya pihak polis mendakwa mereka mesra rakyat.

Pengendalian pihak polis kali ini adalah yang terburuk dan penuh emosi jika dibandingkan dengan pengurusan semasa Bersih 1.0 dan 2.0. Malahan kali ini ramai wartawan juga menjadi mangsa dan tindakan merampas bahan rakaman bagi mengelakkan bukti ‘keganasan’ polis ditunjukkan kepada awam. Ini adalah satu langkah yang tidak mencermin langsung janji-janji transformasi oleh PM sebelum ini. Malah, tindakan itu dilihat agak menyamai tindakan ganas pihak berkuasa Libya dan kini Syria di dalam menghadapi kebangkitan rakyat.

Saya yakin Najib sedar segala kesilapan polis dan Kementerian Dalam Negeri (KDN) akan menyebabkan kedudukannya dalam bahaya. Sudah menjadi lumrah bahawa yang dilakukan polis mestilah sesuatu yang direstui oleh PM sendiri. Sejak menjadi PM, banyak talian hayat digunakan oleh Najib bagi mengawal sokongan rakyat kepada kerajaan BN. Najib dilihat sebelum ini agak berjaya merampas kembali undi-undi kritikal orang Melayu untuk kembali kepada BN. Kejayaan ini ditambah pula dengan propaganda-propaganda atau provokasi-provokasi bersifat bangsa dan agama yang dimainkan oleh rakan-rakan selindung UMNO seperti Perkasa. Meskipun, Najib pandai mengemukakan dirinya sebagai hero kepada semua rakyat melalui 1Malaysia tetapi ramai nampak Najib tidak konsisten di dalam perjuangan 1Malaysianya.

Semasa Bersih 2.0, ramai berpendapat Najib semakin kehilangan sokongan tetapi tidak dinafikan beliau berhempas-pulas mengawal impak Bersih 2.0 itu dengan mendatangi rakyat dengan janji-janji transformasi dan juga ‘gula-gula’ untuk rakyat melalui Bajet 2012. Namun begitu, Najib lupa untuk lebih berhati-hati di dalam  menghadapi Bersih 3.0 supaya tidak perlu lagi bekerja kuat mencari idea-idea baru bagi meraih sokongan-sokongan yang hilang sepertimana Bersih 2.0 dahulunya. Mungkin Najib ada idea-idea baru termasuklah yang terbaru mengumumkan dasar gaji minimum swasta tetapi masa untuk Najib ‘memberi’ sudah tidak cukup bagi mengembalikan sokongan ke atas BN atau meredakan kemarahan rakyat di atas kegagalan menguruskan Bersih 3.0.

Kita sedia maklum disebabkan  kegagalan mengawal momentum Bersih 1.0, BN telah kehilangan majoriti 2/3 kerusi Parlimen dan kehilangan lima negeri dan Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur. Bukan itu sahaja, PM ketika itu, Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi (kini Tun) terpaksa melepaskan jawatan sebagai Presiden Umno dan sekaligus PM Malaysia.

Dengan apa yang dipaparkan dalam Bersih 3.0, nampaknya keadaannya lebih parah jika dibandingkan demo-demo bersirinya sebelum ini. Pastinya Najib tidak cukup masa lagi bagi memperbaiki kerosakan yang dilakukan pada imej beliau dan BN yang menurun sekelip mata sahaja akibat ‘jenayah’ polis dalam Bersih 3.0. Mahu tidak mahu, PRU kena diadakan juga tahun ini. Walaupun mempunyai mandat sehingga Mac tahun depan, ekonomi Malaysia dan global tidak cukup kuat ketika itu kerana kemelesetan ekonomi sedunia bukannya perkara sekejap tetapi akan mengambil masa beberapa tahun untuk pulih.

BN akan kekal berkuasa tetapi Najib…

Namun begitu, dengan persempadanan kawasan pilihanraya yang sekian lama memberi kelebihan jumlah kerusi kepada BN di Sabah dan Sarawak, BN secara keseluruhannya masih berpeluang untuk mengekalkan kuasa sebagai pemerintah selepas PRU13. Tetapi keadaan akan menjadi status-quo seperti yang kita ada hari ini iaitu BN akan gagal memperolehi majoriti 2/3 seperti dahulu tetapi sekadar cukup bagi membentuk kerajaan pusat. Malah, jika dilihat faktor Melayu, BN berpeluang merampas Kedah dengan majoriti mudah tetapi mampu kehilangan Negeri Sembilan dan Perak kepada Pakatan di samping kehilangan beberapa kerusi bandar di Melaka.

Pakatan memerlukan ‘Semangat Reformasi tahun 1999’ jika mahu menawan Putrajaya dalam PRU13. Namun begitu, amat mustahil dengan masa yang ada bagi merealisasikan impian itu tetapi boleh diusahakan. Buat masa ini, Pakatan tidak perlu gusar mengenai undi kaum Cina dan India tetapi harus menumpukan undi kaum Melayu. Saya pernah ingat lagi ketika 1999, jentera yang berkesan bagi mendapat sokongan orang Melayu ketika itu apabila setiap anak-anak muda dan warga bandaraya KL  pulang berkempen pada sanak saudara sendiri dan di samping mengedarkan risalah-risalah bahan kempen yang dicetak melalui laman-laman web reformasi seperti Mahazalim, Reformasi Nasional (RN), Tranungkite dan banyak lagi. Saya yakin jika penyokong ataupun mereka yang bersimpati dengan Pakatan lakukan usaha sebegini dalam PRU13,Pakatan mampu berpeluang berkuasa di Putrajaya dengan majoriti mudah.

Walaubagaimanapun, berita amatlah buruk jika jentera BN dibawah Najib gagal menduduki majoriti 2/3 kerusi terutamanya kepada Najib sendiri. Penulis percaya nasib Najib akan sama seperti Tun Abdullah yang akan dipaksa turun melalui tekanan dalaman UMNO sendiri bagi memberikan peluang kepada Timbalannya iaitu Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin. Saya juga percaya Tun Mahathir sendiri (sekiranya umur lebih panjang dari sekarang) akan memulakan siri konspirasi melemahkan Najib sepertimana beliau lakukan pada Tun Abdullah dahulu. Dalam politik macam-macam boleh berlaku, Tun Mahathir juga Melayu sebab menurut beliau Melayu mudah lupa dan Mahathir akan turut melupakan jasa Tun Abdul Razak yang pernah membawanya masuk semula dalam UMNO dan memberi peluang kepadanya. Maaflah saya, saya berkata demikian sebab Tun Mahathir pada hari ini dalam banyak perkara pun sudah lupa.

Pakatan boleh merancang untuk berkuasa selepas PRU14 dan memperbaiki rank sesama pemimpin Pakatan dan mencapai kesefahaman yang lebih baik lagi di negeri-negeri yang diperintah. Bagi penulis, jika Muhyiddin menjadi PM menggantikan Najib, itu adalah berita baik kepada Pakatan kerana ramai melihat Muhyiddin kurang berkaliber jika dibandingkan dengan Najib. Hanya bagi Najib, beliau hanya malang disebabkan banyak bercakap (berjanji) tetapi gagal mendidik jeneral-jeneral beliau sendiri mengenai apakah transformasi yang ingin dibawanya pada Malaysia. Apa yang berlaku hari ini adalah kegagalan Najib mendidik mereka yang menyebabkan mereka terus membuat kesilapan bagi pihak Najib.

Untuk Pakatan, struktur perjuangan mereka perlu diperbaiki termasuklah memperkenalkan kabinet bayangan jika mahu menjadi pembangkang yang kuat. Dan yang lebih penting ialah mengeluarkan kepompong Pakatan daripada dianggap oleh rakyat sebagai ‘alat’ Anwar Ibrahim. Pakatan bukan sahaja perlu bangga dengan Buku Jingganya tetapi untuk memenangi PRU14, mereka sudah sediakan pelan kecemasan iaitu pelan Pakatan Rakyat tanpa Anwar Ibrahim.

 

Oleh: Shaharul Shafie

Penulis adalah seorang perunding Sumber Manusia Strategik, Teknologi Sains Maklumat dan program pembangunan organisasi. Beliau juga kini melanjutkan pengajian di peringkat PhD di sebuah universiti terkemuka tempatan. Selain itu, beliau juga menulis beberapa artikel analisa perkembangan politik, sosial dan ekonomi yang diterbitkan di beberapa laman web dan media cetak.Beliau juga merupakan pemimpin NGO antarabangsa, Armed for the Quill (AFTQ) yang berpusat di Oslo, Norway. Beliau adalah Ketua AFTQ bagi Asia Tenggara dan Timor Leste.  Beliau boleh dihubungi di rashidzack@yahoo.com

Posted by: pinkturtle2 | April 29, 2012

Bersih 3.0… Kelmarin Dalam Sejarah

Protesters march down a street during a rally in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fire tear gas and water cannon in clashes with thousands of protesters demanding electoral reforms, raising the risk of a political backlash that could delay national polls which had been expected within months. Picture taken April 28, 2012.

Protestors march during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

Malaysia's opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim (C) speaks to the protestors during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

Malaysian police drag away a protestor during an anti-government rally in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

Protestors  look at an overturned car during a mass rally organized by Bersih 3.0 calling for electoral reform in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

Police look at a damaged police car during a mass rally organized by Bersih 3.0 calling for electoral reform in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

Bukti kezaliman polis yang merempuh rakyat jelata…cerita sebenar dengan Video yg jelas berlambak kat Youtube

Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim's daughter Nurul Izzah (L) waits to address the crowd during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim (2nd R) along with his wife Wan Azizah (R) wave as they march towards the historical Merdeka Square during a mass rally organized by Bersih 3.0 calling for electoral reform in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

A protestor listens to speeches by the leaders during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

Anti-riot police block protestors during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

Protesters man scaffolding on a building near Merdaka Square in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators demanding an overhaul in electoral policies that they call biased ahead of national polls expected soon. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.

A protester kicks away a tear gas canister fired by Malaysian police during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Police unleashed tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators who staged one of Malaysia's largest street rallies in years, demanding fair rules for national elections expected soon.

Malaysia's opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim (C) speaks to protestors during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

Protesters take cover inside a building after Police Federal Reserve Unit (FRU) charged and fired tear gas towards protesters on a street near Dataran Merdeka, also known as Independence Square, in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon in clashes with thousands of protesters demanding electoral reforms on Saturday, raising the risk of a political backlash that could delay national polls which had been expected within months.

Protestors cover their noses and mouths from tear gas during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

Protestors challenge police during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

Protestors take refuge after being tear gased by police during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

Opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim addresses protesters near Merdaka Square in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators demanding an overhaul in electoral policies that they call biased ahead of national polls expected soon. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.

Protesters charge at a police vehicle as it sprays them with its water cannons in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators demanding an overhaul in electoral policies that they call biased ahead of national polls expected soon. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.

A protester throws back a tear gas canister fired by Malaysian police during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators demanding an overhaul in electoral policies they call biased ahead of national polls expected soon.

Protesters burst through the razor wire barricades outside Merdaka Square in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators demanding an overhaul in electoral policies that they call biased ahead of national polls expected soon. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.

Malaysian police fired tear gas at protesters in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators demanding an overhaul in electoral policies that they call biased ahead of national polls expected soon. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.

A protester throws a tear gas canister back at police in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators demanding an overhaul in electoral policies that they call biased ahead of national polls expected soon. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.

A protester throws a tear gas canister back at police in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators demanding an overhaul in electoral policies that they call biased ahead of national polls expected soon. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.

A protester throws a tear gas canister back at police in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators demanding an overhaul in electoral policies that they call biased ahead of national polls expected soon. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.

A protester throws a tear gas canister back at police in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators demanding an overhaul in electoral policies that they call biased ahead of national polls expected soon. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.

Protesters hold Malaysian national flag and shout at Malaysian police during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators demanding an overhaul in electoral policies that they call biased ahead of national polls expected soon. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.

Malaysian riot police form a barricade to stop protesters in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators demanding an overhaul in electoral policies that they call biased ahead of national polls expected soon. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.

Riot police spray water cannon at protesters at Independence Square in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon in clashes with thousands of protesters demanding electoral reforms on Saturday, raising the risk of a political backlash that could delay national polls which had been expected within months.

A protester kicks a tear gas canister back to the police during clashes in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon in clashes with thousands of protesters demanding electoral reforms on Saturday, raising the risk of a political backlash that could delay national polls which had been expected within months.

Protesters run away from tear gas fired by Malaysian police during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.

A protestor throws back a tear gas canister towards the police during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

A protester, center,  is taken by a Malaysian police officer during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators demanding an overhaul in electoral policies they call biased ahead of national polls expected soon.

Protesters run away from tear gas fired by Malaysian police during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.

Protesters run away from tear gas fired by Malaysian police during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.

Police Federal Reserve Unit (FRU) spray water cannon at protesters after they breached the barbed wire perimeter around Dataran Merdeka, also known as Independence Square, in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon in clashes with thousands of protesters demanding electoral reforms on Saturday, raising the risk of a political backlash that could delay national polls which had been expected within months.

Hundreds of anti-government protestors march towards the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired teargas and water cannon as crowds of protesters demanding electoral reforms surged into a central square in Kuala Lumpur. The rally follows one that was crushed by police last July, when 1,600 people were arrested, and marks a major test for Prime Minister Najib Razak, who has sought to portray himself as a reformer ahead of widely expected polls.

Police Federal Reserve Unit (FRU) fire tear gas towards protesters after they breached the barbed wire perimeter around Dataran Merdeka, also known as Independence Square, in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon in clashes with thousands of protesters demanding electoral reforms on Saturday, raising the risk of a political backlash that could delay national polls which had been expected within months.

Protesters run for cover from water cannon used by police during clashes in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon in clashes with thousands of protesters demanding electoral reforms on Saturday, raising the risk of a political backlash that could delay national polls which had been expected within months. Riot police reacted after some protesters among the crowd of at least 25,000 tried to break through barriers, in defiance of a court order banning them from entering the city's historic Merdeka Square. They fired several dozen tear gas rounds, sending the protesters scattering through nearby streets.

A protester runs amidst the tear gas and water cannon fired by the police during clashes in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon at thousands of protesters who converged on Kuala Lumpur's centre to demand electoral reforms, raising the risk of a backlash against the government in national elections expected within months. Thousands of protesters who had been confronting police outside the city's historic Merdeka Square were scattered after riot police fired water cannon and then at least 10 rounds of tear gas into the crowd. The police said they had been forced to react after protesters tried to force their way through barriers and enter the square.

Protesters march down a street during a rally near Independence Square, in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters calling for fair elections converged on Kuala Lumpur's centre on Saturday for a major demonstration that will test the Malaysian government's reformist credentials and may affect the timing of national polls. Police have shut down much of the city centre and closed off the historic Merdeka (Independence) Square with barriers and barbed wire, enforcing a court order that the protesters should not enter the symbolically important site.

Thousands of anti-government protesters gather near an intersection near the Pudu bus station, before marching on to Dataran Merdeka, also known as Independence Square, in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon in clashes with thousands of protesters demanding electoral reforms on Saturday, raising the risk of a political backlash that could delay national polls which had been expected within months. Riot police reacted after some protesters among the crowd of at least 25,000 tried to break through barriers, in defiance of a court order banning them from entering the city's historic Merdeka Square. They fired several dozen tear gas rounds, sending the protesters scattering through nearby streets.

A protester lies on the road to stop a riot police vehicle firing water cannon from advancing during clashes in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon at thousands of protesters who converged on Kuala Lumpur's centre to demand electoral reforms, raising the risk of a backlash against the government in national elections expected within months. Thousands of protesters who had been confronting police outside the city's historic Merdeka Square were scattered after riot police fired water cannon and then at least 10 rounds of tear gas into the crowd. The police said they had been forced to react after protesters tried to force their way through barriers and enter the square.

A protester throws back a tear gas canister at riot police during clashes in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon at thousands of protesters who converged on Kuala Lumpur's centre to demand electoral reforms, raising the risk of a backlash against the government in national elections expected within months. Thousands of protesters who had been confronting police outside the city's historic Merdeka Square were scattered after riot police fired water cannon and then at least 10 rounds of tear gas into the crowd. The police said they had been forced to react after protesters tried to force their way through barriers and enter the square.

A protester throws back a tear gas canister at riot police during clashes in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon at thousands of protesters who converged on Kuala Lumpur's centre to demand electoral reforms, raising the risk of a backlash against the government in national elections expected within months. Thousands of protesters who had been confronting police outside the city's historic Merdeka Square were scattered after riot police fired water cannon and then at least 10 rounds of tear gas into the crowd. The police said they had been forced to react after protesters tried to force their way through barriers and enter the square.

Posted by: pinkturtle2 | April 28, 2012

8:00Pm…Mereka Zalimmm…Ini Buktinya

Menurut polis, sehingga jam 7 petang tadi, seramai 222 orang telah ditahan…Kesalahannya Apa? Demo secara Aman,bertukar menjadi kelam kabut akibat kezaliman polis…depa tembak dengan Gas pemedih mata,sembur dengan air kimia…beginikah caranya kerajaan melayan tuntutan rakyat jelata…

Protesters charge at a police vehicle as it sprays them with its water cannons in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators demanding an overhaul in electoral policies that they call biased ahead of national polls expected soon. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.

Police officers jump in the air to avoid tear gas shells thrown back by protestors during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

A protester throws a tear gas canister back at police in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators demanding an overhaul in electoral policies that they call biased ahead of national polls expected soon. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.

A protester kicks away a tear gas canister fired by Malaysian police during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Police unleashed tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators who staged one of Malaysia's largest street rallies in years, demanding fair rules for national elections expected soon.

A protester throws back a tear gas canister fired by Malaysian police during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators demanding an overhaul in electoral policies they call biased ahead of national polls expected soon.

Protestors challenge police during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

Anti-riot police drag away an arrested protestor during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

Anti-riot police drag away a protestor during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

Macam negara tidak bertamadun….Tak malukah kita pada dunia yang menonton peristiwa ini…

Anti-riot police block protestors during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

A protestor shows solidarity with an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

ALTERNATE CROP OF XKL124 - Protesters encounter Malaysian police, not in photo,  during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.

Police Federal Reserve Unit (FRU) officers, most of whom are not wearing gas masks, prepare to fire tear gas at protesters after they breached the barbed wire perimeter around Dataran Merdeka, also known as Independence Square, in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon in clashes with thousands of protesters demanding electoral reforms on Saturday, raising the risk of a political backlash that could delay national polls which had been expected within months.

Protestors clash with police during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

Police remove a protester sitting in front of riot police in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon in clashes with thousands of protesters demanding electoral reforms on Saturday, raising the risk of a political backlash that could delay national polls which had been expected within months.

Protestors clash with police during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

Protesters take cover from tear gas fired by the police during clashes in Kuala Lumpur, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon at thousands of protesters who converged on Kuala Lumpur's centre to demand electoral reforms, raising the risk of a backlash against the government in national elections expected within months. Riot police reacted after some protesters among the crowd of at least 25,000 tried to break through barriers, in defiance of a court order banning them from entering the city's historic Merdeka Square. They fired several dozen tear gas rounds, sending the protesters scattering through nearby streets.

A plain clothed police officer (R) takes aways a protestor during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

A foreign protester was arrested by police during a confrontation on a street near Dataran Merdeka, also known as Independence Square, in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon at thousands of protesters who converged on Kuala Lumpur's centre to demand electoral reforms, raising the risk of a backlash against the government in national elections expected within months. Riot police reacted after some protesters among the crowd of at least 25,000 tried to break through barriers, in defiance of a court order banning them from entering the city's historic Merdeka Square. They fired several dozen tear gas rounds, sending the protesters scattering through nearby streets.

A protester lies in front of a water cannon truck during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Police unleashed tear gas and chemical-laced water at thousands of demonstrators who staged one of Malaysia's largest street rallies in years, demanding fair rules for national elections expected soon.

Protesters overturn a police car during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Police unleashed tear gas and chemical-laced water at thousands of demonstrators who staged one of Malaysia's largest street rallies in years, demanding fair rules for national elections expected soon. (AP Photo) MALAYSIA OUT.

Protestors flee as water canon is sprayed to disperse demonstrators during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

Protestors are surrounded by tear gas during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

Police Federal Reserve Unit (FRU) fire tear gas towards protesters after they breached the barbed wire perimeter around Dataran Merdeka, also known as Independence Square, in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon in clashes with thousands of protesters demanding electoral reforms on Saturday, raising the risk of a political backlash that could delay national polls which had been expected within months.

Anti-riot police march to disperse protestors during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

A protestor throws back a tear gas canister towards the police during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

Police Federal Reserve Unit (FRU) officers try to disperse a tear gas canister after a protester threw it back at them during a confrontation on a street near Dataran Merdeka, also known as Independence Square, in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon in clashes with thousands of protesters demanding electoral reforms on Saturday, raising the risk of a political backlash that could delay national polls which had been expected within months.
Anti-riot police fire tear gas to disperse protestors during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

Anti-riot police fire tear gas to disperse protestors during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

Police scuffle with protesters during clashes in Kuala Lumpur, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon at thousands of protesters who converged on Kuala Lumpur's centre to demand electoral reforms, raising the risk of a backlash against the government in national elections expected within months. Riot police reacted after some protesters among the crowd of at least 25,000 tried to break through barriers, in defiance of a court order banning them from entering the city's historic Merdeka Square. They fired several dozen tear gas rounds, sending the protesters scattering through nearby streets.

Riot police fire tear gas at protesters in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators demanding an overhaul in electoral policies that they call biased ahead of national polls expected soon. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.

Protesters march down a street during a rally near Independence Square, in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters calling for fair elections converged on Kuala Lumpur's centre on Saturday for a major demonstration that will test the Malaysian government's reformist credentials and may affect the timing of national polls. Police have shut down much of the city centre and closed off the historic Merdeka (Independence) Square with barriers and barbed wire, enforcing a court order that the protesters should not enter the symbolically important site.

Protesters march down a street during a rally near Independence Square, in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters calling for fair elections converged on Kuala Lumpur's centre on Saturday for a major demonstration that will test the Malaysian government's reformist credentials and may affect the timing of national polls. Police have shut down much of the city centre and closed off the historic Merdeka (Independence) Square with barriers and barbed wire, enforcing a court order that the protesters should not enter the symbolically important site.

Protesters of the Bersih (Clean) group shout slogans near Dataran Merdeka, also known as Independence Square, in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters calling for fair elections converged on Kuala Lumpur's centre on Saturday for a major demonstration that will test the Malaysian government's reformist credentials and may affect the timing of national polls. Police have shut down much of the city centre and closed off the historic Merdeka (Independence) Square with barriers and barbed wire, enforcing a court order that the protesters should not enter the symbolically important site.

Malaysian police fire tear gas to protesters during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.

mereka mula menyerang …gas pemedih mata mula ditembak…Ya Allah …janganlah buat kerja zalim macam ni…rakyat hanya mahukan jaminan keadilan dalam Pilihanraya…

Shoes and rubbish are seen on a street as protesters run away at background during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.

Protesters run away from tear gas fired by Malaysian police during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.

Depa halau rakyat macam lembu kerbau….zalimmm

Posted by: pinkturtle2 | April 28, 2012

3:00pm… Kerja tangkap sudah bermula

Malaysia's opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim gestures as he arrives at a Bersih (clean) reform rally, near Independence Square in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Up to 20,000 protesters calling for fair elections and greater accountability marched on Kuala Lumpur's center on Saturday in a show of force that will test the Malaysian government's reformist pledges and may affect the timing of national polls.

polis..kamu jgn dok kasar dg kami…kami demo cara aman

Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim, center, talks to a police during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012.

Protesters sit in front of a line of Malaysian police during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Thousands of people gathered near Kuala Lumpur's Independence Square to seek sweeping changes in polling regulations to curb fears of fraud in elections that many speculate will be held in June.

A protester holds a portrait of Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Thousands of people gathered near Kuala Lumpur's Independence Square to seek sweeping changes in polling regulations to curb fears of fraud in elections that many speculate will be held in June.

Malaysian women sit down during a protest in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Thousands of people gathered near Kuala Lumpur's Independence Square to seek sweeping changes in polling regulations to curb fears of fraud in elections that many speculate will be held in June.

A protester is led away by a policeman in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Thousands of people gathered near Kuala Lumpur's Independence Square to seek sweeping changes in polling regulations to curb fears of fraud in elections that many speculate will be held in June.

Riot police stand ready in Merdaka Square in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. More than 15,000 demonstrators swamped Malaysia's largest city Saturday to demand an overhaul in electoral policies perceived as biased ahead of national polls expected soon.

Police pin down a protester as they chase down demonstrators who broke a police cordon near the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Up to 20,000 protesters calling for fair elections and greater accountability marched on Kuala Lumpur's centre on Saturday in a show of force that will test the Malaysian government's reformist pledges and may affect the timing of national polls.

Kami bukan pengganas,kami bukan bawa bom pun…layanlah kami dengan elok…

Riot police stand ready in Merdaka Square in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. More than 15,000 demonstrators swamped Malaysia's largest city Saturday to demand an overhaul in electoral policies perceived as biased ahead of national polls expected soon.

Police form a human barricade to prevent anti-government protesters from marching on Jalan Ampang in front of KLCC in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Up to 20,000 protesters calling for fair elections and greater accountability marched on Kuala Lumpur's centre on Saturday in a show of force that will test the Malaysian government's reformist pledges and may affect the timing of national polls.

Protesters march through the central business district in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Thousands of people gathered near Kuala Lumpur's Independence Square to seek sweeping changes in polling regulations to curb fears of fraud in elections that many speculate will be held in June.

Supporters of Malaysian electoral reforms pressure group known as Bersih 2.0. sit near Independence Square during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012.

Malaysian flags fly as thousands of protesters line the streets in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Thousands of people gathered near Kuala Lumpur's Independence Square to seek sweeping changes in polling regulations to curb fears of fraud in elections that many speculate will be held in June.

Protesters march down a street during a rally near Independence Square, in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters calling for fair elections converged on Kuala Lumpur's centre on Saturday for a major demonstration that will test the Malaysian government's reformist credentials and may affect the timing of national polls. Police have shut down much of the city centre and closed off the historic Merdeka (Independence) Square with barriers and barbed wire, enforcing a court order that the protesters should not enter the symbolically important site.

Posted by: pinkturtle2 | April 28, 2012

2:50….Lautan menuju ke Dataran Tahrir

Protesters march on a street during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Thousands of people gathered near Kuala Lumpur's Independence Square to seek sweeping changes in polling regulations to curb fears of fraud in elections that many speculate will be held in June.

Protesters march on a street during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Thousands of people gathered near Kuala Lumpur's Independence Square to seek sweeping changes in polling regulations to curb fears of fraud in elections that many speculate will be held in June.

Protesters hold placards reading "Bersih," meaning "Clean" in Malay during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Thousands of people gathered near Kuala Lumpur's Independence Square to seek sweeping changes in polling regulations to curb fears of fraud in elections that many speculate will be held in June.

Protesters lie down on a major intersection in the central business district in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Thousands of people gathered near Kuala Lumpur's Independence Square to seek sweeping changes in polling regulations to curb fears of fraud in elections that many speculate will be held in June.

Anti-government protestors march past Malaysia's iconic twin towers as they proceed to the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.

Posted by: pinkturtle2 | April 28, 2012

2:00PM….Sudah Bermula….Allahu Akhbar

Protesters walk on a street during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Thousands of people gathered near Kuala Lumpur's Independence Square to seek sweeping changes in polling regulations to curb fears of fraud in elections that many speculate will be held in June.

Malaysian flags fly as thousands of protesters line the streets in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Thousands of people gathered near Kuala Lumpur's Independence Square to seek sweeping changes in polling regulations to curb fears of fraud in elections that many speculate will be held in June.

Supporters of Malaysian electoral reforms pressure group known as Bersih 2.0. sit near Independence Square during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012.

A motorist films protesters as the march through the central business district in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Thousands of people gathered near Kuala Lumpur's Independence Square to seek sweeping changes in polling regulations to curb fears of fraud in elections that many speculate will be held in June.

Police move to try and stop a group of protesters as they march through the central business district in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Thousands of people gathered near Kuala Lumpur's Independence Square to seek sweeping changes in polling regulations to curb fears of fraud in elections that many speculate will be held in June.

Police run to stop a group of protesters after they broke a police cordon near the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Thousands of people gathered near Kuala Lumpur's Independence Square to seek sweeping changes in polling regulations to curb fears of fraud in elections that many speculate will be held in June.

Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim, center, attends a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012.

A lone protester stands in front of a line of police in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Thousands of people gathered near Kuala Lumpur's Independence Square to seek sweeping changes in polling regulations to curb fears of fraud in elections that many speculate will be held in June.

Protesters form a line outside the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Thousands of people gathered near Kuala Lumpur's Independence Square to seek sweeping changes in polling regulations to curb fears of fraud in elections that many speculate will be held in June.

A protester with a message taped over his mouth takes part in the Bersih (Clean) rally near Independence Square in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters calling for fair elections converged on Kuala Lumpur's centre on Saturday for a major demonstration that will test the Malaysian government's reformist credentials and may affect the timing of national polls. Police have shut down much of the city centre and closed off the historic Merdeka (Independence) Square with barriers and barbed wire, enforcing a court order that the protesters should not enter the symbolically important site.

A protester wearing a gas mask sits near Independence Square before the start of a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012.

 

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