Thousands of Fish Washed To Beach In Tabisan, Lahad Datu – Photos,Videos

photo credit to The Star.
Photo credit to The Star.

Thousands of Tamban fish washed to the beach of Tabisan in Lahad Datu, giving the villagers a chance to catch the fishes with their hands.

This phenomenon makes some people feel as if it is a sign that something bad will happen.

Though such an incident is usually seen as a sign of a possible tsunami, the Meteorological Department said no seismic activity has been recorded off the coast of Lahad Datu.

A local villager Suzila Abdullah, who operates a sundry shop in the village, said that the phenomenon had been occurring in the past three years, but it is different this year because the number of fishes are exceptionally high.

Photo credit to My News Hub.
Photo credit to My News Hub.

Photos: Rawang Flash Flood

Photo credit to MY News Hub.
Photo credit to MY News Hub.

A flash flood hit Rawang, causing a traffic jam since 6 a.m. today.

It was reported that the flood was caused by the river near the shopping complex that overflow after a heavy rain.

The worst place hit was at the area near the AEON Rawang which caused traffic jam from Jalan Batu Arang.

Photo credit ti My News Hub.
Photo credit ti My News Hub.
Photo credit ti My News Hub.
Photo credit ti My News Hub.

Abby Abadi Protest Against COMANGO?

Photo credit to Blog MIK
Photo credit to Blog MIK

Looking at the picture above, you could see that the protesters are Muslim Pakatan Rakyat’s supporters.

I can see the word ‘BANTAH’ or object on the posters but it is interesting that I can’t see any poster that reads, ‘BANTAH COMANGO’.

(Please click here to learn more about COMANGO)

As Muslims, they should first protest against some of COMANGO’s demands instead of electricity tariff and other issues as written on their posters.

The lady pointed by the two red arrows, is someone who PAS supporters regard as ‘ustazah’. 

She should fight for Islam and hold a poster written, ‘BANTAH COMANGO’ because she claims that she is fighting for Islam.

Or is money more important to them than akidah issues?

And PAS should had organised a big protest against COMANGO if they really care about protecting Islam; but instead PAS leaders join hands with COMANGO leaders and activist to organise protests and demonstrations about other issues other than fighting for Islam.

And PAS or Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party accuse others but their members and allies as un-Islamic.

How sad …

Amazing Balloon Art By Robbie the Wizard

Ghostbusters logo - (Rob Driscoll/CATERS NEWS)
Ghostbusters logo – (Rob Driscoll/CATERS NEWS)

A magician has spent the last 12 months creating a different amazing balloon model every day; including cartoon characters and even a life-sized balloon bike.

Magician Rob Driscoll, or Robbie the Wizard as he is known in his magic act, from Portsmouth, Hampshire, has fashioned balloons into various shapes for the past year.

He has spent time creating famous cartoon characters such as Gru from Despicable Me, Spongebob Squarepants and Sonic the Hedgehog, which he gives away to children at his shows. (CATERS)

Puma - (Rob Driscoll/CATERS NEWS)
Puma – (Rob Driscoll/CATERS NEWS)
Yoda - (Rob Driscoll/CATERS NEWS)
Yoda – (Rob Driscoll/CATERS NEWS)
Gru from Despicable Me - (Rob Driscoll/CATERS NEWS)
Gru from Despicable Me – (Rob Driscoll/CATERS NEWS)
Ram - (Rob Driscoll/CATERS NEWS)
Ram – (Rob Driscoll/CATERS NEWS)
Bike - (Rob Driscoll/CATERS NEWS)
Bike – (Rob Driscoll/CATERS NEWS)
Happy Frog - (Rob Driscoll/CATERS NEWS)
Happy Frog – (Rob Driscoll/CATERS NEWS)
Tweetie Pie - (Rob Driscoll/CATERS NEWS)
Tweetie Pie – (Rob Driscoll/CATERS NEWS)
Monkey - (Rob Driscoll/CATERS NEWS)
Monkey – (Rob Driscoll/CATERS NEWS)
Thomas the Tank Engine - (Rob Driscoll/CATERS NEWS)
Thomas the Tank Engine – (Rob Driscoll/CATERS NEWS)
Rob with a balloon roast dinner and cutlery - (Rob Driscoll/CATERS NEWS)
Rob with a balloon roast dinner and cutlery – (Rob Driscoll/CATERS NEWS)

Protes Rakyat Ambang 2014

Solidariti Anak Muda Malaysia (SAMM) will be organising ‘Protes Rakyat Ambang 2014’.

SAMM and other PR supporters, PR NGOs and PR leaders love to organise demonstrations because it is an easier way for them to topple the legal government.

They’ll look for what ever reason that they could to cause trouble so that they can claim that the most Malaysians are not happy with the government.

But what I don’t understand is that  why the Muslim NGOs in PR including the Muslim leaders of SAMM did not organise any demonstration against COMANGO?

Is money more important for them than the aqidah of Islam?

Or it is because they actually support COMANGO?

Pas should tell them to demonstrate against the COMANGO’s demands, but instead Pas is now too power crazy and dare not make DAP unhappy.

National Geographic Travel’s Best Travel Photos of 2013

Below are some of the top 50 best travel photos of 2013 chosen by National Geographic Travel.

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To see more travel photos, please visit National Geographic Travel 365: Best of 2013.

Photos, Videos: Waterspout In Johor Bharu (Dec. 18. 2013)

Waterspout was seen forming at the Tebrau Strait off Lido Beach in Johor Bharu, December 18, 2013 Photo credit to 'Cucu Tok Selampit'.
Waterspout was seen forming at the Tebrau Strait off Lido Beach in Johor Bharu, December 18, 2013
Photo credit to ‘Cucu Tok Selampit’.

People were shocked to see a waterspout forming at the Tebrau Strait off Lido Beach in Johor Bharu at around 4 p.m. yesterday and some even thought that it was twister.

Waterspout was seen forming at the Tebrau Strait off Lido Beach in Johor Bharu, December 18, 2013 Photo credit to 'Cucu Tok Selampit'.
Waterspout was seen forming at the Tebrau Strait off Lido Beach in Johor Bharu, December 18, 2013
Photo credit to ‘Cucu Tok Selampit’.
Waterspout was seen forming at the Tebrau Strait off Lido Beach in Johor Bharu, December 18, 2013 Photo credit to 'Cucu Tok Selampit'.
Waterspout was seen forming at the Tebrau Strait off Lido Beach in Johor Bharu, December 18, 2013
Photo credit to ‘Cucu Tok Selampit’.

 

 

 

Thank you to blogger, ‘Cucu Tok Selampit’ for the photos and videos.