Himpunan KL112’s Most Popular Photo

12 01 2013
There can't be four qiblat in the Merdeka Stadium. So, which direction is the real qiblat?

There can’t be four qiblat in the Merdeka Stadium. So, which direction is the real qiblat? (Photo from Paneh Miang)

There are four qiblat at the Merdeka Stadium?

The opposition supporters must had been really confused; they were confused even about the direction of the qiblat at the stadium.

So, can we trust the Pakatan Rakyat?





KL112: Is PR After A Revolution?

12 01 2013
(Picture from The Flying Kick)

Some of the flyers, do the demonstrators understand the meaning of these flyers? (Picture from The Flying Kick)

These are some of the flyers that was reportedly found around the Masjid Negara (National Mosque), a favourite meeting spot for PR’s demontrators.

One of the flyers says, “Justice For Chin Peng”; let us see:

  • Chin Peng was a long-time leader of the Malayan Communist Party (MCP) who fought against the government in an attempt to replace the Malaysian elected government with a Communist Regime.

  • the MCP killed a lot of innocent people and cause a lot of trouble to the Malaysian government and the people.

Does this flyer means that the organiser of the KL112 Demonstration supports the Communist leader, Chin Peng?

So, they support Communism?

And what do they mean by asking for, ‘Justice For Chin Peng’ whom Malaysians regard as an evil enemy?

And what kind of justice are they asking for Chin Peng?

Are they going to make a Revolution? (Picture from (Pas Beruk)

Are they after a revolution? (Picture from Pas Beruk)

The picture above shows another flyer that says, “The Time Has Come  … Revolusi ’47”.

Revolusi is a Malay word for revolution.

Does ’47 means 1947?

And does it has something to do with the history of Indonesian Independence?

So, are they after a revolution to:

A new government without the king with a new flag?

Does it mean that they want a revolution to change this country into a Republic?

Or worse, are they after a Communist State?

Is he a communist? (Picture from RBF Online)

One of PKR’s popular student leader and  an important person in PKR’s demonstrations; I wonder why did he wear that cap? (Picture from RBF Online)





Photos: Rare Snow In Jerusalem

12 01 2013
Palestinians stand on the compound known to Muslims as al-Haram al-Sharif in Jerusalem's Old City during a snowstorm January 10, 2013. The worst snowstorm in 20 years shut government offices, public transport and schools in Jerusalem and along the northern Israeli region bordering on Lebanon on Thursday. REUTERS/Ammar Awad

Palestinians stand on the compound of al-Haram al-Sharif in Jerusalem’s Old City during a snowstorm January 10, 2013. The worst snowstorm in 20 years shut government offices, public transport and schools in Jerusalem and along the northern Israeli region bordering on Lebanon on Thursday. REUTERS/Ammar Awad

(Please click the photos for larger images)








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