My Highlights of 2017

1 01 2018

With the arrival of the new year of 2018, I’m writing a post dedicated to 2017, listing out some of the things that happened around me in the previous year.

1. A surprise letter from Tun M, the former Prime Minister of Malaysia

On the 12th of January, I received a letter from Tun Dr. Mahathir, replying to my article,“Perjanjian DAP, PKR, PAN, PPBM Untuk Meminda Perkara 3(1)?” In the article, I did not even mention Tun M’s name but only commented about how the word ‘bebas’ in the agreement between DAP, PKR, PAN and Mahathir’s PPBM can undermine and violate the Article 3(1) of the Federal Constitution. So Tun M replied to my article came as a real surprise but unfortunately I am sad to say that not only Tun M’s explanation does not answer my question, but it also makes the matter more confusing because the fact that the Article 3(1) is the Article that explains about Islam as the religion of the Federation and it’s position over other religions in Malaysia and not about the rights to convert to other religions. [Read more…]

2. Made the news on national media

I was interviewed by Berita Harian, Utusan Malaysia and Harian Metro and was featured on the front page of Utusan Malaysia which later led me to being reported on news portals including Astro Awani, MalaysiaKini,  Free Malaysia Today, Tanjak and many others receiving attention from several politicians like Mejar Jeneral (B) Datuk Seri Jamil Khir Baharom, Dr. Asyraf Wajdi, Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah and Ibrahim Ali. [Read more…]

3. Meeting YB Datuk Md Jais Sarday on his last day as the Education, Information and Entrepreneur and Cooperative Development Exco of Johor

I had the chance to meet Datuk Jais Sarday in Pasir Gudang on his last day as the Education, Information and Entrepreneur and Cooperative Development Exco of Johor before moving to his new post as the Housing and Local Government Exco of Johor. [Read more…]

4. Attending the Bukit Aman Special Branch Aidilfitri Open House

On the 11th of July, I attended the Aidilfitri open house by the Bukit Aman Special Branch, where I had the chance to meet the then Deputy Inspector-General of PDRM, Tan Sri Nor Rashid Ibrahim, and even managed to get his autograph. [Read more…]

5. Witnessing the court case of Eric Paulsen v. Ustaz Hafiz Nordin

I attended the court proceedings of the High Court case of Eric Paulsen v. Ustaz Hafiz Nordin, where Eric Paulsen lost in a defamation case against the Chairman of Jaringan Muslimin Pulau Pinang (JMPP), Ustaz Hafiz Nordin, at the High Court of Kuala Lumpur. This is my first experience of witnessing the whole proceeding of a high profile case. [Read more…]

6. My first solo talk to a crowd of over 400 students in JB

I was invited as the official ambassador of Muafakat Pendidikan Johor, to give a speech to the students and teachers of SMK Tan Sri Mohamed Rahmat in Kempas, Johor Bahru as part of Muafakat Pendidikan Johor’s ‘Jelajah Kemerdekaan’ program, on the 21st of August. In my hour long speech, I talked about the basic foundation of our country, starting with the history of the formation of Malaysia, basic principles of the country, the sovereignty of the Federation, and also a brief introduction to the Federal Constitution of Malaysia. [Read more…]

7. Program Ibadah Qurban dan Majlis Ramah Mesra IKSIM

I attended the Program Ibadah Qurban dan Majlis Ramah Mesra IKSIM on the 4th of September, which was my first experience in taking part and helping out at a qurban event. [Read more…]

8. Meeting Tan Sri Shahrir Samad

I got the chance to spend some time talking to Tan Sri Shahrir Samad, the Member of Parliament of Johor Bharu. Despite how certain people tried to paint him, I find him as very polite, soft spoken, funny and very friendly. [Read more…]

9. The officiating program of the Pusat Latihan DIAN IKSIM (PLDI)

I attended the officiating program of IKSIM’s training centre in Batang Kali, Selangor; where I also met the Minister at the Prime Minister’s Department, Mejar Jeneral (B) Datuk Seri Jamil Khir Baharom. [Read more…]

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Tun M and TMI vs Bukit Aman

9 11 2015

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The Malaysian Insider (TMI) reported that the police went to Tun Dr. Mahathir’s office in Kuala Lumpur on November 6, 2015.

It is understood that the police team, led by Supt Azham Othman had posed 45 questions to Dr Mahathir over alleged statements he made against the country’s leadership and other related issues including the Bersih 4 rally. – TMI

TMI also wrote that, “the authorities opened several investigation papers after reports were made against Dr Mahathir, Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said last month”.

Next, TMI reported that, “Dr Mahathir stays mum, up to police to consider arrest”.

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And Tun M decided not to answer questions asked by the police.

“They asked questions and I said I will not answer. I don’t censor anything,” – Tun M (TMI)

Then the next day, on November 7, TMI again posted another article about Tun M questioning, “reports in government-linked newspapers reporting that the country was not heading into a financial crisis.”

Insider 19TMI reported Tun M argued, “if everything is fine, why did Putrajaya arrest people for sabotaging the banking and financial system of the country”.

TMI also wrote that, “Dr Mahathir said there appear to be a loss of confidence in the government that was precipitated by the 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) scandal”.

He said there was “the inability to service debts, disappearance of money, cash in the private accounts of the PM, its subsequent disappearance, inability to explain US$100 million, the Budget 2016 monetary gifts, shrinking national resources, questionable use of EPF and KWAP funds, poor FDI, etc.” “So all cannot be well. Who is responsible? Cannot be some non entity! – Tun M (TMI).

Now in the first place, why didn’t Tun M answer the questions asked by the police when the next day he made more accusations about the PM?

If his accusations are true, why didn’t he tell the police everything he knows and give them all the evidences to support his words so that the police can take action and investigate the matter?

Or is it because he has no evidence?

He understands the law, so why haven’t he taken proper actions rather than giving speeches and talking about the same thing over and over again everyday without showing any concrete evidence?

And why did Tun M do not cooperate with the police who are actually doing their work?

What is he trying to prove when he told the reporters that he doesn’t care, “if anyone is going to arrest him”? 

Is anybody trying to imply that the police went there to arrest Tun M or sort of police abusing their power?

And it gets funnier when even Anwar Ibrahim from the Sungai Buloh Prison defended Tun M, saying that Tun M committed no crime.

Now, when the police received a report, they must investigate; but when they investigate, unfortunately people like Anwar blamed the police for doing what they have to do.

Now, does Anwar want to stop the police from doing their work?

As written in the first TMI’s article above, the police were there only to investigate, and not to arrest or to question Tun M because they accused Tun M committed a crime; but why must TMI brought up the possibilities of Tun be arrested?

Is Tun M, TMI and people around him trying to blame the police over this matter and saying that PM Najib uses the police to arrest innocent people who criticise the PM?

And another thing, why must Tun M be the judge and blame the authorities in the case of Khairuddin and Mathias Chang and not wait for the case to be judge in court?

Please stop tarnishing the reputation of other parties to make us look good or to prove that we are right.

I’m sad to see Tun M tarnishing his own good name and I hope Tun M will be given hidayah, amin.








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