A video of a heavy metal rock concert at this year’s ‘Karnival Muktamar PAS’ on Friday was shared on youtube.
A lot of people were stunned and speechless …
And some of PAS’s members and supporters who were angry to see the video said that the heavy metal rock concert was not their’s but another of ‘konspirasi UMNO’.
Well, it is quite logical for a heavy metal rock concert is not suitable for PAS, as PAS’s leaders claim that PAS is an Islamic party.
So, is that really an UMNO’s conpiracy?
Let us look at the video below:
In this video, PAS’s Arts And Cultural chairman (Pengerusi Lajnah Kesenian dan Kebudayaan PAS), Dr Muhaimin Sulam says that Heart Attack’s heavy metal rock concert is okay for PAS and that the concert is a good way to attract the youths to join PAS.
So what will PAS’s members and supporters (who said that the heavy metal rock concert was not PAS’s) say now?
It seems that PAS’s members are so confused that they could not understand what is happening in their own party anymore!
A man was caught by a policeman for not wearing seatbelts while driving in Malaysia.
The Chinese man taped the scene where he argued with the policeman demanding to know what had he done wrong when he was issued a traffic summon for the above reason.
Now, I wonder if he understands the traffic rules?
It looks very funny because in this video, the driver who was caught was very angry at the policeman; but if you look at the policeman, he was very calm and when the man asked for his police number, the policeman even gave a thumbs up.
Maybe the driver does not like the Malaysian rules for he keeps on questioning what had he done wrong even after the policeman had answered him.
And he kept repeating to the words, “polis Malaysia” or “Malaysian police”; may be he thinks that wearing seatbelts is a weird traffic rule and people do not have to wear seatbelts in other countries.
I wonder why did he tape this video, was he proud of what he did?
AFP reported that US Postal Service (USPS) introduced Harry Potter stamps on Tuesday.
The limited edition of twenty stamps feature images of Scottish author J.K. Rowling’s best-selling character “with the friends, heroes, villains and creatures that make up his world,” said USPS in a statement.
While Harry Potter’s friends are happy about the stamps, the news angered some philatelists who complain Harry Potter is not American.
Two tankers are battered by gale winds while at the roadstead in the rough waters of the Gulf of Cagliari, Sardinia, Monday, Nov. 18, 2013. A violent rainstorm that flooded entire parts of the Mediterranean island of Sardinia has led to the deaths of at least nine people. Bridges were felled by swollen rivers and water levels reached 3 metres (yards) in some places. (AP Photo/Max Solinas)
Massive rainstorm by Cyclone Cleopatra caused bad flash floods in Sardinia, Italy on Tuesday.
Bridges collapsed andcars were swept away by the gushing flood water.
Sardinia is the second-largest island in the Mediterranean and is one of Italy’s autonomous regions.
At least eighteen people were killed by the disaster while some others are still missing.
Italy’s civil protection chief, Franco Gabrielli, said the death toll may rise as crews reach isolated areas in the countryside where homes are submerged.
The northeastern city of Olbia was worst hit and Olbia Mayor, Gianni Giovannelli said that the water level raised up to 3 meters high (10 feet) in some part of the city.
Wreckage is seen at the site of a Boeing 737-500 crash at Kazan airport November 17, 2013 in this handout photograph provided by the Russian Emergencies Ministry. A Boeing 737-500 airliner crashed on landing in the Russian city of Kazan on Sunday, killing all 50 on board and highlighting the poor safety record of Russian airlines that ply internal routes across the world’s largest nation. Best quality from source. REUTERS/Russian Emergencies Ministry/Handout (RUSSIA – Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) ATTENTION EDITORS – THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. IT IS DISTRIBUTED, EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS. NO SALES. NO ARCHIVES. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS
A Boeing 737 airliner crashed on Sunday at Kazan, Russia killing all 50 passengers on board.
Flight U363 took off from Moscow’s Domodedovo airport at 6:25 pm (1425 GMT) and crashed just over an hour later, emergency officials said.
It is said that the plane was 23 years old.
Reuters reported that, flights to and from the airport were halted until midday on Monday.
The son of Tatarstan President Rustam Minnikhanov, Irek, was among those killed in the crash.