Photos: Huge Billboard Fell From Krystal Point, Penang

20 09 2014
Image credit to Cucu Tok Selampit blog.

Image credit to Cucu Tok Selampit blog.

A huge billboard measuring approximately 6m by 18m, fell from the fifth floor of Krystal Point in Bayan Baru, Penang during a severe thunderstorm at about 7.00 p.m. Friday evening.

The fallen billboard crushed a Perodua Myvi, a Perodua Kelisa, a BMW and a Citroen .

There were no casualties reported.

Image credit to Cucu Tok Selampit blog.

Image credit to Cucu Tok Selampit blog.

Image credit to Cucu Tok Selampit blog.

Image credit to Cucu Tok Selampit blog.

Image credit to Cucu Tok Selampit blog.

Image credit to Cucu Tok Selampit blog.


Photos: Penang Second Bridge Ramp Collapsed, 1 Dead, 3 Injured

7 06 2013
Scene of the Second Penang Bridge ramp collapse.- Gary Chen/The Star - 7 June, 2013

Scene of the Second Penang Bridge ramp collapse.- Gary Chen/The Star – 7 June, 2013

The ramp to the Penang Second Bridge which is still under construction collapsed yesterday evening at about 7:15pm at Lebuhraya  Tun Dr Lim Chong Eu in Batu Maung, Penang.

At least one person was killed and three others were injured in the incident.

It is reported that a search camera has detected an unmoving arm in a white Perodua Kelisa lying crushed under tons of concrete and steel.

Berita Harian said that it took a long time to pull out the victim in the Kelisa because the car was trapped under steels and concrete that was estimated to weigh about 300 ton so it needed special machineries and proper plans as not to cause more disaster.

It was reported that the rescuers may be able to free the body this evening.

The Star reported that, “the car plate number with some digits missing is ‘PF?347?’ “

The authorities are still investigating the cause of the disaster.

I am sad and sorry for the victims, their families and friends.

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SUARAM’s Candlelight Vigil – Who Actually Supports RACISM?

16 05 2013
The above photo was from Generasi Pejuang Bangsa.

SUARAM’s candlelight vigil at Esplanade, Penang. (The photo is from Generasi Pejuang Bangsa/ GPB).

Suara Rakyat Malaysia’s, (SUARAM) Candlelight Vigil was held at the Esplanade in Penang on May 13, 2013.


I would like to say three things about the above picture:

  1. There is a man wearing Muslim attire in the photo  Didn’t he knows that Muslims should not join Candlelight Vigil?

  2. The candles on the ground forms the sentence, “TOLAK RASISM!!!” Who are they referring to?

  3. The second banner from left says; “APA WE MAO? Bersih Lah” Why did they use the word ‘MAO’ when they should know that the right word in Bahasa Melayu is ‘mahu’; so they actually humiliates the Malays, especially when the word ‘Mao’ is synonym to Mao Zedong, a communist leader from China.

GPB wrote that:

“Turut hadir beberapa anggota Dewan Undangan Negeri (ADUN), termasuk (Sungai Puyu) dan Dr Afif Bahardin (Seberang Jaya).”

I am sad to see Muslims who do not understand that Muslims cannot take part in any Candlelight Vigil activity and PAS who supports SUARAM does not care to warn the PR’s Muslims about this.


And in referring to them using the word ‘MAO’ instead of ‘mahu’, I want to ask SUARAM, now who are the ones who are actually racist?

It is easy to say bad things about others but it is hard to admit our own mistakes and for SUARAM, they are always perfect and like all the PR leaders, members and supporters – BN is never right and they would try to blame BN for whatever mistake that they ever made. 

 Muzakarah Jawatankuasa Fatwa Majlis Kebangsaan Bagi Hal Ehwal Ugama Islam Malaysia Kali Ke-88 yang bersidang pada 2 Oktober 2009 telah membincangkan Hukum Penglibatan Orang Islam Dalam Aktiviti Candlelight Vigil. Muzakarah telah memutuskan bahawa:

  1. Islam melarang umatnya daripada terlibat dalam apa jua amalan yang bersifat ritual atau upacara agama bukan Islam.

  2. Umat Islam dilarang menyertai aktiviti Candlelight Vigil kerana ia mengandungi unsur-unsur tasyabbuh dengan agama bukan Islam yang akan menjejaskan akidah umat Islam.

PR, Psy And Gangnam-Style

7 02 2013

I wonder why Pakatan Rakyat (PR) leaders made so much noise about Psy coming to Penang?

(Please read

Actually I do not know that Psy ever existed before this issue.

Now I  know that Psy is the singer of the song Gangnam-Style that was used to make DAP’s own song, Ubah-Rocket Style.

So now, why are PR leaders busy making statements about Psy?

The funny part is if Lim Guan Eng thinks that Psy and his song is bad, then why did DAP’s Ubah-Rocket Style use the tune and music of Psy’s song?

By the way, Lim Guan Eng ‘sang’ in Ubah-Rocket Style video clip too.

And by doing so, DAP and Lim Guan Eng is promoting the Gangnam-Style song and Psy.

May be PR wanted Psy to sing Ubah-Rocket Style instead of Gangnam-Style?

And another funny part is when Malaysiakini wrote that PAS’s Nik Aziz “urged Psy to cover her ‘aurat’ “.

(Please read Dr MiM’s blog –

Dr MiM also questioned why didn’t Nik Aziz ask Psy’s dancers to cover their ‘aurat’?

Now I am wondering why didn’t Nik Aziz complain about PKR’s latest dinner show at  Taman Sago in Kulim, Kedah when the dancers were not properly dressed?

(Please read Suara Pakatan Rakyat –

And that is not the first PKR’s ‘K-Pop styled’ show. 

It seems that Nik Aziz and some other PR’s leaders only made statements on these issues when it involves UMNO/BN but they do not complain about ‘aurat’ during Pakatan Rakyat’s show.

They dare not say much when PKR called for K-Pop styled dances to their functions to dance all around the stage in improper clothes.

PR’s leaders also do not complain when PKR sold both ‘Halal and Non-Halal tables’ at the same function.

(Please read

I think PR is very weird because they can only see UMNO’s and BN’s faults but cannot accept their faults even when they did worse things than UMNO/BN.

If they are really serious that Psy and Gangnam-Style is bad, they should suggest to have the song banned a long time ago.

In fact they did not complain when BoBoiBoy invited children to dance on stage to the Gangnam-Style song during the Stamp Week on 2012.

By the way I do not listen to Gangnam-Style and I am not a fan of Psy because enjoying those kind of songs is ’empty fun’.

It is better to listen to songs with good messages like GuantánameraMicheal Jackson’s Earth Song, Dawud Wharnsby Ali’s songs and other better songs.

Pakatan Rakyat, Pluralism, Socialism And Revolusion

28 01 2013

In Penang, a small group of people had attended a ‘Holy Book Reading’ session yesterday.

Among them was Mislina Mustaffa who had earlier participated in other illegal demonstrations organised by the oppositions such as the ‘Occupy Dataran Merdeka’ and the’ KL112′.

From Occupy Dataran Merdeka, to the HKR #KL112 and all the way to here.

From Occupy Dataran Merdeka, to the HKR #KL112 and now the ‘Holy Book reading’. Thank you Sel 13, Cucu Tok selampit and info 4 the truth for the photos.

I don’t know which holy books they were reading because I was not there.

Anyway I saw a lady wearing hijab in the photos. 

I wonder; if she is a Muslim, does she understand what she was doing?

A part of the people who attended the event.

But reading the sign below, maybe she does not understand …


I wonder if they wrote this sign to tell that they are confused … 

This is part of Pluralism of Religions and for the Muslims, this is not the right way  to respect other religions.

And there was a sign in one of the photos below that said …

“Read it, NOT BURN IT!!


Who wrote this sign and why?

What issue are they referring to, and who are they accusing as the bad person?

(Please click the photos for larger image)


Who are these people?

And look at the words written on the man’s t-shirt, ‘socialism’ and ‘revolt’. (Please read: KL112: Is PR After A Revolution? and A New Malaysian Flag – A Sign Of PR’s Revolution?

So are they part of those groups who want to start a revolution and support socialism?

Socialism has lots of similarities to communism.

So, is this a part of the oppositions’ plans to make people hate the Muslims and UMNO?

So, what will PAS leaders say about this?

Can we trust PR to uphold our Federal Constitution especially Article 3(1)?

PAS Says, “Yes” For The Word “Allah” In The Malay Version Bible.

9 01 2013

The Sultan of Selangor has expressed his shock and regret, and the Sultan is very disappointed over the statement made by DAP’s Chief Minister of Penang, Lim Guan Eng about using the word “Allah” in the Malay version of bible.

It was reported that, Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah had called for an emergency meeting with members of the Selangor Islamic Affairs Council (MAIS), Selangor mufti as well as high-ranking officials of MAIS and Selangor Islamic Affairs Department (JAIS) on Jan 6 over the matter.

Mais secretary Datuk Mohd Misri Idris said in a statement Tuesday that, “The Sultan of Selangor has made a decision and decreed that the word Allah is a sacred word specific for Muslims and prohibited to be used by any non-Muslim religion in Selangor as stated in a fatwa and gazetted on Feb 18, 2010.”

I am very proud and happy to know that the Sultan of Selangor is a very good leader who we can trust to protect the word Allah from being used by the non-Muslim to refer to their gods.

I am very sad but not surprised on PAS president, Haji Hadi Awang’s and PKR’s Anwar Ibrahim’s stand on the issue.

After all, I do not think that the opposition parties understand Article 3(1) and 11(4) of the Federal Constitution.

Please read:

  1. Seminar Mendaulatkan Islam Agama Negara

  2. Is PR Trying To Abrogate Article 11 (4)?

PAS leaders and members said that UMNO leaders and members are unIslamic but just look at what their leaders are doing.

I just cannot understand how PAS members who are all Muslims can accept such humiliation to Islam and still think that they are better Muslims than others.

Now I understand how important it is to have Sultans to protect the Malays and Islam. (Please read: Sultan Not Invited To Selangor Merdeka Celebration, Who’s Fault?)

‘Giant’ Grouper Caught Off The Teluk Bahang Coast

19 12 2012
Heavy task: A group of men trying to lift the 195kg grouper at Cecil Street Market in Penang. The Star, December 19 2012.

Heavy task: A group of men trying to lift the 195kg grouper at Cecil Street Market in Penang. The Star, December 19 2012.

Above is a picture of a grouper that is believed to be the largest fish caught in the Malaysian waters.

A fisherman named Tan Kah Seng, 38 claimed that he caught the 195 kg grouper off the Teluk Bahang coast on Monday night.

Mr. Tan said that it may take about 35 years for a grouper to grow to such a large size.

The huge fish is 1.8m long.

In the Malay language, grouper is called ikan kerapu.

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