Monday, August 11, 2008

MABRUK Saifullah

Saifullah, Muhaimin and Faidhi at Changi Airport last month.

Congrats to Muhammad Saifullah, my eldest son for his achievements for getting As in IGCSE papers, English and Physics.

He took these two papers one year ahead!


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Di Mana YB Zulkifli Noordin - Malaysiakini Pun Tak Tahu

Menerima banyak emel dan SMS mengenai kehilangan YB Zulkifli Noordin walhal saya berada di Dubai.

Dia mulanya dikatakan ditahan dibawah ISA tetapi PDRM kata tidak.

Harakahdaily hari ini melapurkan dia masih hilang.

Malaysiakini melapurkan PKR sendiri mengecam tindakan beliau sewaktu demonstrasi untuk menghentikan Forum 'Conversion to Islam' Sabtu lalu.

YB Zul dengan kapcai di Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman

Saya, Z, N and YB Zul

Gambar2 oleh FND dua minggu lepas.

Lapuran Malaysiakini

Aborted forum: PKR deputy lambasts own MP
Aug 11, 08 8:34pm

PKR deputy president Dr Syed Husin Ali ticked off his fellow party member Kulim-Bandar Baharu MP Zulkifli Noordin for leading the protest which derailed the controversial Bar Council’s ‘Conversion to Islam’ forum on Saturday.
“We regret that unfortunately the ‘fiercest’ among them was someone known to be a lawyer and member of parliament who pretentiously claimed himself to be representing all Muslims,” said Syed Husin in referring to Zulkifli (right).
The former academic was clearly unwilling to make any concessions to Zulkifli , and it will be interesting to see how PKR deals with the Kedah MP in the aftermath of Saturday event.
“We take seriously the rough action by a small band of the demonstrators who shouted rude and uncivilised language against some of the organisers and participants of the seminar,” said Syed Husin. He also criticised the failure of the police force in controlling the situation but instead appeared to be collaborating with some of the demonstrators who were planning to force their way into the hall to stop the forum.
However, Syed Husin (left) stated that PKR agreed with de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim’s view that the dialogue session should have been organised behind closed doors “in view of the sensitive reactions and wrong perception among a section of the Malay-Muslim population”.
“We are in full support of holding inter-religious dialogues that promote understanding rather than unilateral events that could create ethnic and religious dissension. “It (Bar Council) should have acted wisely and speedily to announce that the seminar would be held behind closed door to avoid any unhealthy consequence on inter-ethnic and inter-religious relations in this country,” he concluded. Other Pakatan Rakyat leaders and NGOs have expressed similar sentiments regarding the forum at the Bar Council headquarters.