Selangor’s MB Must Obey The Sultan Or Resign – Naser Disa

Yesterday I attended the Forum Islam Dan Cabaran Semasa – Polemik Isu Kalimah Allah at the Auditorium Utama, Universiti Islam Antarabangsa.

(Please click here for the full video of his speech: ‘Video: Naser Disa Polemik Isu Kalimah Allah’)

I  think Uncle Naser Disa’s speech was the most interesting because as a lawyer he always explains issues according to the Federal Constitution of Malaysia.

Uncle Naser said that according to the Federal Constitution, all politicians and all Malaysians must obey the decisions and the decrees made by the Sultans or the royal leaders of Malaysia on the ‘kalimah Allah’ issue.

However, the opposition parties, Pakatan Rakyat challenged the decree made by the Sultans that prohibited the word Allah from being used by non-Muslim to refer to their gods.

Uncle Naser went on saying that if the politicians failed to respect the Sultans’ decree on this matter, their nominations as the candidates in the coming general election should not be accepted because according to Section 298A of the Penal Code what they did is against the law.

And the Selangor’s Menteri Besar or the Chief Minister of Selangor and his excos should resign from their posts if they still cannot obey the supreme leader of Selangor, the Duli Yang Maha Mulia Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah Alhaj Ibni Almarhum Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Alhaj.

As I wrote in, ‘PAS Says, “Yes” For The Word “Allah” In The Malay Version Bible, I think that the opposition parties do not understand Article 3(1) and 11(4) of the Federal Constitution, so Uncle Naser Disa is right; those who fail to understand and respect the law and the Federal Constitution should not be accepted as our leaders.

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Photos Of Cute and Loving Animals

Spending all their time together; raccoon kits never leave the den during the first two months of their lives. (Photo by Terri Moore/National Geographic My Shot/National Geographic)
Spending all their time together; raccoon kits never leave the den during the first two months of their lives. (Photo by Terri Moore/National Geographic My Shot/National Geographic)

I really love these beautiful photos of animals, especially the ones with their mother because I love my mother very much 🙂

Humans must learn to love and respect other people and stop fighting.

We must not hurt each other, stop the mass killings and stop the wars.

(Please click the photos for larger images)

Forum Islam Dan Cabaran Semasa – Tomorrow Morning At UIA

forum Kalimah Allah

 

 

Photos: Freezer Frozen ‘Landscape’ By Gary Jensen

Can you believe that these are photos of ice in a freezer?

Who knew an industrial freezer could be so beautiful? Icicles hang from the ceiling, while stalagmite-like ice rises from the floor.
Who knew an industrial freezer could be so beautiful? Icicles hang from the ceiling, while stalagmite-like ice rises from the floor.

Last November after more than 80 years, a gigantic walk-in freezer from the Fulton Market Cold Storage Co. in Chicago was defrosted.  

Photographer Gary Jensen had captured wonderful pictures of the ice before it melted away.

I think that the photos are very, very beautiful and the ice on the top part of the freezer looks like storm cloud.

(Please click the photos for larger images)

Two Malaysian Held Hostage At The Amenas Gas Facility In Algeria

French news channel France 24 reported on Wednesday that Malaysian and Filipino citizens are among the hostages being held at a gas field in Algeria.

The gas field, In Amenas is jointly operated by British’s BP, Norway’s Statoil and state-run Algerian energy firm Sonatrach.

Algeria said an Algerian and a Briton were killed in the attack.

There are reports that Norwegian, French, British, US and Japanese citizens are also among the hostages.

The Star reported that:

“Wisma Putra confirmed Thursday that two Malaysians were among those held hostage at the Amenas gas facility in Algeria. Malaysia is working closely with the Algerian authorities and the families of the two have been contacted, it said in a statement.”

Photos: Helicopter Crashes Into Crane In Central London

Fire: Eyewitness Gervios Aruthor took this picture from the scene straight after the crash (Gervios Aruthor)
Fire: Eyewitness Gervios Aruthor took this picture from the scene straight after the crash (Gervios Aruthor)

An Agusta 109 helicopter crashed into two cars just off Wandsworth Road near South Lambeth Road and exploded into flames after it smashed into a crane in central London on Wednesday morning at around 8am.

It was on a scheduled commercial flight from Surrey to Elstree, but was diverted to Battersea due to bad weather.

Two people were killed; the pilot and a person on the ground.

Burning wreckage and aviation fuel covered the road at the accident site and debris is scattered over three surrounding buildings.

Witnesses said the helicopter wheeled out of the sky after hitting the crane on St George Wharf Tower, in Vauxhall, in heavy fog.

Thirteen people were injured, with one reported to be in a critical condition. 

London Fire Brigade said they had rescued a man from a burning car at the scene, although his condition is not known. 

(Please click the photos for larger images)

Meeting YB Dato’ Zulkifli Noordin

I(R) was very excited to meet one of my favourite politician, Uncle Zulkifli Noordin(L)..
I(R) was very excited to meet one of my favourite politician, Uncle Zulkifli Noordin(L).

During SEMAIAN, my big sister Kashah and I spoke to one of our favourite politician, YB Dato’ Zulkifli Noordin, an Independent Member of Parliament for Kulim – Bandar Baharu, Kedah.

When he was still a PKR MP, Uncle Zul went against the opposition’s stands on “Allah” issue; just like what Uncle Nasharudin Mat Isa is doing now.

Even though I often saw Uncle Zul Noordin at other MUAFAKAT‘s programs, this is the first time I spoke to him.

I had the chance to talk one of my favourite politician, Uncle Dato' Zulkifli Noordin.
I was very excited to have the chance to speak to one of my favourite politician, Uncle Dato’ Zulkifli Noordin.

It was so wonderful talking to him for he is very nice and very friendly.

I was so excited meeting him that I forget all the questions that I wanted to ask him.

It was something like how I felt the day I met Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim on May 23, 2010.

Well, at the time I was a big fan of Anwar but not anymore after I heard his March 18, 2010’s speech at the London School Of Economics on YouTube .

Uncle Zul said that when he was studying in New Zealand, Uncle Zul met a man who gave him advices that made him a better person.

And that day, Uncle Zul advised me to always tell the truth, no matter what and stand for the truth.

While we were talking, AntaraPos’s reporters came to interview him.

Uncle and aunties from AntaraPos interviewing Uncle Dato' Zulkifli Noordin.
Uncle and aunties from AntaraPos interviewing Uncle Dato’ Zulkifli Noordin.

After the interview, I asked Uncle Zul for an autograph.

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Uncle Zul(L) wrote wise words in my autograph while I(R) looked on.

Uncle Zul also gave me his business card and that made me feel so proud.

I wish I can talk to Uncle Zulkifli Noordin again and this time I’m going to ask him some questions.

I am so happy and thankful to be able speak to a lot of wonderful people. 

Photos: 1,000,000 People Participated In HKR #KL112?

PAS’s Deputy President, Mat Sabu or Mohamad Sabu said that 1,000,000 people will participate in Saturday’s HKR #KL112.

Was he right?

The superimposed photo is used by some people to prove that HKR #KL112 was a great success.

There were too many participants that they had to sit on the roof and fly in the air 🙂

On the right is the real photo and on the left is the superimposed photo.
On the right is the real photo and on the left is the superimposed photo of the event.

Now what do you think about this photo?

Actually the stadium can only occupy the maximum of 30,000 people, so what ever they do, do they think that they can justify the numbers of participants?

Another 'photo' of the evevnt.
Another ‘photo’ of the event.

So, can we trust the Pakatan Rakyat?

Thank you, http://paneh.blogspot.com/2013/01/nak-menipu-pun-agak-agak-la.html for the photos.

Interesting Videos Of HKR #KL112

50,000 vs 1,000,000.

Opposition parties’ leaders told people that over 1,ooo,ooo people will be attending their important demonstration.

Now HKR was over, and sensible people estimated that only less than 50,000 people were in and outside the very small stadium.

Below are some interesting videos of the demonstration:

Are there more than one qiblat at the Stadium Merdeka/ Merdeka Stadium? Please read: Himpunan KL112′s Most Popular Photo

The opposition parties ask for press freedom. Now let us see what happened to the press during the opposition’s HKR #KL112:

So, can we trust the Pakatan Rakyat?

Himpunan KL112’s Most Popular Photo

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?