Is Malaysia The New World Power?

23 01 2014

On Sunday morning, January 19, 2014 the opposition leader, Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim was denied entry into Japan at the Narita Airport in Tokyo.

He wrote in his Facebook that he was told to board the first flight back home or face deportation.

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And as usual, he blamed the Malaysian government as he wrote in the last paragraph:

“In this regard, I demand an explanation from the Malaysian Minister of Foreign Affairs, in particular, as to what role Wisma Putra has played in this scandalous episode in respect of the so-called “latest report” that has purportedly led to my being forcibly evicted from Japan.”

Without thinking, other opposition leaders started to not only blamed the Malaysian government but also humiliated the Japanese government.

PKR Youth members staged a protest led by Youth chief Shamsul Iskandar Mohd Akin outside the Japanese embassy and handed a memorandum of protest to the Japanese Ambassador Shigeru Nakamura, calling for an explanation on the incident.

The Star reported that PKR’s Youth chief said:

“We strongly believe that the Japan Government’s actions were extraordinary, unwarranted and violates Article 13 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights,” said the Bukit Katil MP. “I fully agree that his was politically motivated. We would like to known who is updating them on the case against Anwar, because he was allowed to enter the country before without issues.” – The Star.

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DAP leader, Nga Kor Ming wrote:

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This statement is a humiliation to the Japanese government. What about the integrity and the credibility of the leader?

In his Facebook, Nga wrote: “The Japanese government bowed down to UMNO until Anwar Ibrahim was denied entry. Congratulations! Najib is getting more powerful.

Is Nga saying that UMNO has the power to order Japan government to do something?

On January 21, 2014 the Star wrote an article titled, “Official: Anwar failed to satisfy conditions”.

Under Japanese laws, a person who had been imprisoned for more than a year can be denied entry into the country, as stipulated under Article 5 of the Immigration Control and Refugee Recognition Act.

Japan's new Prime Minister?
Now I’m wondering is this Japan’s new Prime Minister?

In my posts Now Trending: #Kangkung and PKNS Issue: An Example Of Good Governance?,  I asked about the integrity and the credibility of the opposition leaders.

Maybe integrity and the credibility means nothing to them and their loyal supporters.

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Two Malaysian Held Hostage At The Amenas Gas Facility In Algeria

17 01 2013

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.”





Two Malaysians Arrested In Lebanon Over Al-Qaeda Link

28 10 2012

The Lebanese authorities have arrested two Malaysians aged 21 and 28, believed to be suicide bombers and suspected to be linked to the al-Qaeda terrorist organisation.

Malaysian ambassador to Lebanon Ilango Karuppannan told Bernama that, “They will be brought to court on Monday (tomorrow) and we will ask them whether they require counsel.”

On Thursday, Lebanon’s Al-Joumhouria newspaper, quoting security sources, said the Malaysians were detained by army intelligence on charges of being al-Qaeda members.

Utusan Malaysia reported that the suspects, Rafik Mohammed Aaref dan Mohammed Razin Shaaban were arrested at a hotel in Beirut Hamra.

Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman said that Wisma Putra was closely monitoring the matter.








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