Tuesday, May 14, 2013

0 Bila Ada Panggilan Bom Palsu Di Istana Kehakiman!

Tajuk entri tu memang la gempak...Tapi tajuk kat Utusan Online pun gempak jugak...memang gempak sebab salah eja...besor plak tu...Istana Kehakiman jadi Istana Khakiman...huruf "e" hilang entah ke mana...

Mengenai tajuk plak memang ada panggilan palsu...adik aku pun confirmed memang ada kejadian tu...bagi aku mungkin ada kaitan dengan komen bekas Hakim Mahkamah Rayuan - Mohd Noor Abdullah tentang isu keputusan pilihanraya baru2 nie dan dianggap oleh pihak pembangkang sebagai berbaur perkauman....bagi aku mungkin ade orang yang tak puas hati dengan statement beliau*sesiapalah je kan...faham2 je lah* ...maka Istana Kehakiman lah jadi mangsa ...ni pendapat aku dan teori je...so tak boleh pakai sangat...hehe!

Di bawah adalah petikan daripada The Star dan link news.http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2013/5/12/nation/20130512204541&sec=nation

Published: Sunday May 12, 2013 MYT 8:47:00 PM
Updated: Sunday May 12, 2013 MYT 10:10:24 PM

GE13: Expect backlash from Malays, warns former judge Mohd Noor Abdullah

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malays need to be more aggressive to strengthen political and economic power in order not to be regarded as a weak race in their own country.
Former appeals court judge Datuk Mohd Noor Abdullah (pix) said Malay rights enshrined in the federal constitution have to be defended and the Malay leadership does not have to be apologetic to the other races.
"Result of the 13th general election (GE13) and the 'Chinese tsunami' show that the Chinese have forgotten about the bond established 55 years ago," he added.
Mohd Noor said although the Malays have high tolerance, they hate betrayal and show of disrespect.
"Expect a backlash from the Malays," he told GE13 Post Mortem: Muslim Leadership and Survival forum organised by Federation of Peninsula Malay Students (GPMS)and UiTM Alumni Association here.
He said efforts should be made to retain Malay political power and to increase Malay reserve land in urban areas and increase economic share to 67 percent in 10 years.
Although the Malays have a special position in this country, they only own about 20 percent of the economy.
Mohd Noor warned the Malays to reject corruption because it can destroy their dignity and weaken the nation.
"It must be strictly enforced so that the Malays fear corruption. This is because some people say the Malays can be bought with a cigarette," he added.
Former PAS deputy president Dr Nasharuddin Mat Isa said that efforts towards Umno-PAS unity should be continued for the sake of race and religion.
"The future of our nation and religion is under threat. Some people may criticise me for saying this.
"Is it wrong in our religion to talk about race?
"The events of May 13, 1969, and those affecting Muslims are of concern to the people. When you see the current trend, it is not impossible for similar events to recur if efforts for unity are not done."
Muslim Intellectual Group member Wan Ahmad Fayhsal Wan Ahmad Kamal said young Malays were not keen to fight for their race for fear of being called racists.
"The young failed to understand the Malay struggle because some clerics labelled it as 'assabiyah' or fanaticism," he said.
He also shared Nasharuddin's sentiment that there is no reason for Umno and PAS not to be united for the sake of religion and nation.
President of Malay Professional Thinkers Association Datuk Dr Kamarudin Kachar said the resolution will be submitted to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak tomorrow as a guide to retain Muslim political power. - Bernama

P/S : Politik oh politik!!



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