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Posted: 28 Jul 2015 07:40 PM PDT

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David Cameron under fire ahead of talks with scandal-hit Malaysian leader

Posted: 28 Jul 2015 12:53 AM PDT

The Guardian

Malaysian prime minister Najib Razak sacks deputy and country's top attorney after questions over claims he took millions from government investment fund

British prime minister David Cameron is facing criticism for pushing ahead with a visit to Malaysia this week at a time when the south-east Asian nation's leader is embroiled in an escalating corruption scandal and has stepped up a crackdown on dissent.

Malaysian premier Najib Razak has been urged to resign after media reports alleged some US$700m linked to a troubled state investment fund had ended up in his personal bank accounts.

Razak has denied taking any public funds for personal use, and his government has lashed out at criticism by mounting a crackdown on dissent that has seen two newspapers suspended and a British-based whistleblowing website blocked.

On Wednesday, the Malaysian premier removed his deputy Muhyiddin Yassin, who has openly criticised him over the scandal, just hours after the government sacked the country's top attorney, who had been leading an official investigation into the corruption allegations against Najib.

Politicians and activists who have criticised the government have also been hit with travel restrictions, with one prominent opposition MP barred from leaving the country.

"There could have been a better time for the visit," Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, Malaysia's opposition leader, told the Guardian ahead of Cameron's arrival in Kuala Lumpur on Thursday, the final stop of a four-nation tour of south-east Asia.

The MP, who is also the wife of jailed opposition politician Anwar Ibrahim, called on Cameron to raise the scandal and human rights issues when he holds talks with Najib, and said he should also meet opposition parties to get "a better idea" about the political turmoil engulfing the former British colony.

"He must not only meet with the government but the opposition as well," she said.

"He should talk about freedom, the suspension of the newspapers and the use of the sedition law – something that is so repressive – and the welfare of the former opposition leader [Anwar]."

Liew Chin Tong, a lawmaker from the opposition Democratic Action party, said Cameron must tell Najib categorically to "respect the rule of law as well as human rights".

Cameron is hoping to boost trade ties between the UK and the region during his visit that also includes stops in Indonesia, Singapore and Vietnam. Efforts to fight jihadist group Isis are also on the agenda during his stops in Muslim-majority Indonesia and Malaysia.

Michael Buehler, a south-east Asian expert at London's School of Oriental and African Studies, said Cameron would not be "entirely honest" if he ignores the corruption claims during his visit, as business and politics remain closely linked in the region.

"One cannot talk about business without also mentioning the political conditions in these countries. Cameron's visit is indeed untimely, given the escalation of the corruption scandal in the country," Buehler said.

Writing in the Daily Mail last week about the trip, Cameron himself vowed to put the fight against graft top of his agenda after claiming critics were "wrong" to say the UK should avoid doing business with countries with barriers to trade, including corruption.

"Many in South East Asia have led the battle against corruption, which costs the global economy billions of pounds a year.

"Britain is joining them in that fight – I've put the issue at the top of the global agenda," he wrote.

Najib's move against the deputy premier came in an unexpected cabinet reshuffle just two days after Muhyiddin broke ranks and openly urged Najib to tell "real facts" over the scandal and answer questions over whether he received the money.

Announcing the decision, Najib said "differences of opinions shouldn't be expressed openly" among his cabinet members, according to the Malay Mail Online website.

The cabinet reshuffle was seen as an attempt to shore up support for the beleaguered Najib in the cabinet, as an internal tussle within the ruling party in the coming days could put pressure on the Malaysian leader to resign.


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Aktiviti : Ziarah & Sumbangan Adik Abrar Bin Radi

Posted: 28 Jul 2015 08:46 PM PDT

Aktiviti : Ziarah & Sumbangan Adik Abrar Bin Radi Tarikh : Selasa | 29/7/2015 Masa : 9.00 Malam Tempat : Kediaman adik Abrar Bin Radi@Kg.Telok Bukit,BM Catatan : Kor Kebajikan Jabatan Amal Pulau Pinang (JAPP) dengan kerjasama Jabatan Amal Bukit Mertajam (JABM) dan Dewan Pemuda PAS Kawasan Bukit Mertajam (DPPKBM) menziarahi adik Abrar ( anggota […]

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CATATAN DHUHA SEMINGGU : YB. USTAZ IDRIS AHMAD, NAIB PRESIDEN PAS.

Posted: 27 Jul 2015 07:15 PM PDT

SKANDAL MARA : RAKYAT WAJIB TAHU HASIL SIASATAN

Posted: 27 Jul 2015 07:07 PM PDT

ARAHAN KHAS DEWAN PEMUDA PAS MALAYSIA : YB. USTAZ NIK ABDUH

Posted: 27 Jul 2015 07:03 PM PDT


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Posted: 26 Jul 2015 07:18 PM PDT

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Soldiering on

Posted: 26 Jul 2015 07:35 AM PDT

Malaysia's prime minister battles claims of corruption
25 July 2015

WHATEVER the truth of them, the accusations levelled against Najib Razak, Malaysia's prime minister, have astonished a country that some had thought inured to scandal. In early July the Wall Street Journal reported that it had seen documents produced by government investigators suggesting that nearly $700m from companies linked to a troubled state-backed investment fund had been paid into what they believed to be Mr Najib's personal bank accounts. With worries about an oil-dependent economy, the controversy is the last thing Malaysia needs.

The allegation is that the money was received shortly before the general election in 2013, in which a coalition dominated by Mr Najib's party, the United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) scraped home, despite narrowly losing the popular vote. The prime minister helped launch the fund, known as 1MDB, in 2009 and chairs its board of advisers. It has acquired land and power plants, yet has struggled to service debts of around $11 billion. The firm's affairs were already the subject of official investigations, but until this month no one had claimed to have evidence that the prime minister himself had received any money.

Mr Najib has vigorously denied wrongdoing, including ever having used public money for personal gain. He called the allegations "political sabotage" and blamed Mahathir Mohamad, a nonagenarian UMNO grandee who was prime minister from 1981-2003, for waging a campaign against him. For months Dr Mahathir has been calling for Mr Najib's resignation, warning that under him, UMNO—which has ruled Malaysia since independence in 1957—may lose an election due by 2018.

The opposition has demanded that the prime minister step down until a special task force, now investigating the allegations, has finished its work. Campaigners known in the past for organising big protest rallies against Malaysia's heavily gerrymandered electoral system are thinking of calling for fresh demonstrations against the prime minister. But Mr Najib says he is not budging. Outwardly at least he appears still to have his party's support. A government agency has warned Malaysians against discussing the allegations on social media and has started blocking an indefatigable British website, the Sarawak Report, which has written a lot about 1MDB. Police say they are conducting an inquiry which may uncover the source of the Wall Street Journal's report.

A boon for Mr Najib is the paucity of obvious substitutes within UMNO. One possibility is Muhyiddin Yassin, a deputy prime minister who had been tipped for the top job when it fell vacant in 2009. Another replacement might be Hishammuddin Hussein, the defence minister and Mr Najib's cousin (who for now appears loyal). But neither man seems any more likely than Mr Najib to find the vim required to rejuvenate UMNO, which has grown quarrelsome and complacent after six decades in power—and which, in stemming its ebbing popularity, has taken to exploiting old fears among ethnic Malays that their prospects are threatened by Malaysia's Chinese and Indian minorities.

As for the opposition, it is in disarray. Since its leader, Anwar Ibrahim, was imprisoned on a dubious sodomy charge earlier this year, the opposition coalition has been torn apart by tensions between the DAP, an ethnic-Chinese party, and PAS, a Malay Muslim one, over the latter's efforts to enforce strict sharia punishments in Kelantan state in the north. Some in PAS now look minded to mend fences with their old foes in the ruling party. Hadi Awang, PAS's leader, has argued that Islam requires that the Wall Street Journal should produce four witnesses to support its reporting.

All this has distracted attention from Malaysia's pressing economic problems. Hobbled by low oil prices and slowing Asian economies, the value of the ringgit has sunk to a 16-year low against the dollar. Meanwhile, politicians of all stripes have scrambled to deny that race played a role in scuffles this month in Kuala Lumpur, when a mob of mostly Malay youths confronted the largely ethnic-Chinese employees of an electronics mall—all sparked, apparently, by an instance of shoplifting.

Even if Mr Najib is cleared of wrongdoing, the brouhaha is sapping his standing among ordinary Malaysians. It was already hurt by the recent imposition of a disliked value-added tax. If his popularity keeps sliding, it is difficult to imagine UMNO sticking by him until the next general election. The end of Ramadan, which concluded in Malaysia on July 17th and during which Muslim politicians are supposed to avoid unseemly squabbles, may bring fresh attacks from dissident factions. But Mr Najib is rumoured to be mulling a cabinet reshuffle, presumably to silence critics there. If he can blast through this crisis his opponents may well wonder what, if anything, will bring him down.

http://www.economist.com/news/asia/21659770-malaysias-prime-minister-battles-claims-corruption-soldiering


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PENDUDUK KAMPUNG MUTIARA RESAH, TINDAKAN KERAJAAN NEGERI JADI TANDA TANYA

Posted: 27 Jul 2015 01:16 AM PDT

Demikian luahan dukacita dan keresahan penduduk Kampung Mutiara, Batu Feringghi ketika menerima kunjungan Dewan Pemuda PAS Negeri Pulau Pinang pada 23 Julai 2015 lepas yang diketuai oleh Naib Ketua Pemuda, Ir Ahmad Rafaei Ahmad Rashid. Menurut Ketua Penerangan Pemuda Sdr Ahmad Safwan, tindakan susulan yang diusahakan Dewan Pemuda PAS Negeri ini adalah untuk merealisasikankan usaha keras yang […]

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AMK Shah Alam

Posted: 25 Jul 2015 01:33 PM PDT

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Anwar Ibrahim

Posted: 24 Jul 2015 07:26 PM PDT

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Anwar: Malaysia’s Growing Opposition Can’t Be Silenced

Posted: 23 Jul 2015 11:39 PM PDT

Why I've chosen to stay and continue the fight for peaceful, democratic reform from my prison cell.

By ANWAR IBRAHIM
Updated July 23, 2015
Selangor, Malaysia

Since Prime Minister Najib Razak's 2013 electoral victory, which was plagued by widespread allegations of gerrymandering, fraud and voter intimidation, Malaysia has taken a turn for the worse. Mr. Najib, who once promised democratic and economic reforms and pledged to allow "the voices of dissent" to be heard, has doubled down on political repression.

A former deputy prime minister of Malaysia and leader of the opposition, I am now in the fifth month of a five-year prison sentence that has been roundly condemned by governments and human-rights groups around the world. I spend my days in solitary confinement in meditation and in the company of the few books that are allowed into my cell. Meanwhile, allegations of corruption at the highest levels of Malaysian government have surfaced.

In 2012, the draconian Internal Security Act was repealed by the Najib government with much fanfare, only to be replaced by the Prevention of Crime and Prevention of Terrorism Acts, which are equally, if not more, repressive. Beyond encroaching on Malaysian citizens' fundamental liberties, these new laws rob judges of their discretionary sentencing powers.

Instead of abolishing the outdated and much-abused Sedition Act of 1948 as promised, Mr. Najib's government has deployed it as a weapon of mass oppression. In the past 18 months, more than 150 Malaysians have been arrested and many charged with sedition for an array of activities including accusing the government of voter fraud and criticizing the verdict in my trial. The arrested include students, professors, journalists, cartoonists, activists, human-rights lawyers and opposition politicians.

Mr. Najib's finance ministry's "strategic development fund," 1Malaysia Development Bhd., or 1MDB, founded by Mr. Najib in 2008, is under intense scrutiny. As this newspaper reported on July 2, Malaysian investigators "have traced nearly $700 million of deposits into what they believe are the personal bank accounts of Malaysia's prime minister, Najib Razak." Neither the original source nor ultimate destination of the money is clear.

A few weeks earlier, on June 18, this newspaper reported that during the 2013 election 1MDB "indirectly supported Prime Minister Najib Razak's campaign." The fund paid what appeared to be an inflated price for assets acquired from a Malaysian company; the company then contributed to a Najib-led charity that announced projects, such as aid to schools, that Mr. Najib was able to tout as he campaigned.

After these two stories were published, Mr. Najib's office put out a statement that "there have been concerted efforts by certain individuals to undermine confidence in our economy, tarnish the government and remove a democratically-elected prime minister." It called the Journal articles a "continuation of this political sabotage." Not surprisingly, foreign investors are increasingly wary. Malaysia's currency, the ringgit, recently fell to a 16-year low.

Meanwhile, the Najib government sows communal and religious animosity among the Muslim ethnic Malay majority and the country's large ethnic Chinese and Indian minorities. Mr. Najib's ruling coalition blamed a "Chinese tsunami" for its losing the popular vote in the 2013 parliamentary elections, regardless of a study showing this to be false. And despite Mr. Najib's claims of moderation internationally, the state-run media have vilified Shiite Islam. Last summer the prime minister urged his ruling United Malays National Organization members to be "brave" like Islamic State fighters in Iraq, causing him to later explain he doesn't support Islamic State or its radical brand of Islam.

Such actions undermine the fragile fabric of Malaysia's multiethnic and multireligious society. In four decades in public service I cannot recall a time when racial and religious sensitivities have become so inflamed, and at the same time so poorly managed by the country's political leadership.

Yet I stayed put in Malaysia to face a difficult third bout of unjust incarceration because we in the opposition believe in a brighter future made possible by good governance and the rule of law. We believe in the dismantling of Malaysia's system of race-based privileges that has devolved into nothing more than rent-seeking for the privileged few. We believe that corruption is a slow bleed that robs future generations of the education and business opportunities that will make them prosper.

Most important, we are joined by a new generation of young, millennial Malaysians with a commitment to building an inclusive, democratic and economically vibrant country.

Still, there is real danger ahead. Middle-income nations like Malaysia—after several decades of economic mismanagement, opaque governance and overspending—can devolve into failed states. The irresponsible manner in which the current leadership is handling religious issues to curry favor from the extreme right is fueling sectarianism. Increased political repression may drive some to give up on the political system altogether and consider extralegal means to cause change, thus creating a tragic, vicious cycle.

Yet there remains a clear path out of this mess: a return to the underpinnings of the Malaysian Constitution, which preserves and protects the rights of all Malaysians; a devolution of power from the executive, whose role now resembles that of a dictator more than a servant of the people; elections that are truly free and fair; and a free media unafraid to challenge authority.

Malaysia is ready for change. This is why, rather than flee my country, I chose to stay and continue the fight for peaceful, democratic reform from my prison cell. This is not easy and puts a tremendous burden on my family. I am grateful for their love and commitment. While I am physically behind bars my spirit remains with them, the people of Malaysia, and people all around the world who continue the struggle for dignity and for freedom.

Mr. Anwar, a former deputy prime minister of Malaysia (1993-98), is a former member of parliament for the People's Justice Party and until April was leader of the opposition.

http://www.wsj.com/articles/malaysias-growing-opposition-cant-be-silenced-1437692741

More than Candles at Stake as Mahathir and Najib Hold Dueling Parties

Posted: 23 Jul 2015 11:33 PM PDT

Whose party hat do you wear? Dr M's or Najib's?

On Friday, July 24, a unique political contest will take place in Kuala Lumpur: competing birthday parties for Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak and his nemesis, former Premier Mahathir Mohamad, who is determined to drive Najib from office.

The simultaneous events have Malaysia's elites trying to figure out which party to attend, or attend first, or for how long. It will be possible to attend both, but according to a politically well-wired source, both sides will be watching to see who is going to attend what party first, and for how long.

"The tan sris and datuks are in disarray," chortled a source, referring to titles bestowed on well-connected Malasyians.

Najib was born 62 years ago on July 23, Mahathir was born 90 years ago on July 10, but was unable to celebrate his birthday on that date because of the onset of Ramadan, the Muslim fasting month. Last year, both birthdays fell inside Ramadan, during which celebrations must be postponed.

Vincent Tan, the billionaire who owes much of his fortune to Mahathir's granting a non-tendered chance to buy the country's lucrative lottery in 1985, reportedly sent out invitations to Mahathir's party two months ago. As many as 1,000 people are expected to honor Mahathir at Tan's convention hall in his Berjaya Times Square shopping center.

Najib appears to have miscalculated. His birthday actually is July 23 but apparently, a source said, the planning got underway just a few weeks ago and it was decided to postpone it until tomorrow because it means the next day isn't a weekday. Reportedly Najib's private secretary has been calling political figures, businessmen and others, asking them to make sure they attend his party.

The war between Najib and Mahathir has been going on either behind the scenes or out front for more than a year. After months of back-room criticism, Mahathir in August 2014 took to his popular blog, Che Det, to announce that he had publicly withdrawn his support for the man he anointed in 2009 after playing a decisive role in driving Abdullah Ahmad Badawi from office.

Their relationship has grown increasingly bitter, with Mahathir accusing Najib of deep involvement in the disastrous 1Malaysia Development Bhd state-backed investment fund and hinting that he may have had something to do with the 2006 death of Mongolian translator and party girl Altantuya Shaariibuu at the hands of two of Najib's bodyguards, who were found guilty and sentenced to death. Najib has countered that Mahathir abandoned him because he refused to do the former premier's bidding on white elephant projects.

http://www.asiasentinel.com/politics/mahathir-najib-dueling-parties/


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Anwar Ibrahim

Posted: 23 Jul 2015 07:13 PM PDT

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Press statement: Take Action Against Primary Actors in 1MDB Scandal

Posted: 22 Jul 2015 11:04 PM PDT

DS Anwar Ibrahim conveyed the following message to the public through his lawyers on 22 July 2015:

"The authorities have finally made arrests in relation to the massive 1MDB financial scandal.

This scandal has exposed the shocking extent of the mismanagement and corruption high in the BN leadership, with the PM himself heavily implicated.

I had raised the mismanagement of 1MDB funds in Parliament since 2009, but nothing was done by the government or Umno!

Now the country faces billions in losses and international embarrassment; the value of the ringgit has plummeted and investor confidence shaken.

This affects the financial well-being of every Malaysian, for which the BN must answer.

Although a couple of arrests have now been made, it is reasonable for the public to remain skeptical, until action is taken against the primary actors in this scandal.

The authorities must also work with international organisations such as Interpol, as some key players/witnesses are overseas.

There must be resolute action, to restore public and investor confidence; no stone must be left unturned. No one, no matter how high up, must be let off."

Fahmi Fadzil
KEADILAN Communications Director
23 July 2015


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Posted: 22 Jul 2015 07:32 PM PDT

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Jemputan Rumah Terbuka Hari Raya AidilFitri N37 (Batu Maung)

Posted: 21 Jul 2015 11:52 PM PDT

Jemputan Rumah Terbuka Hari Raya AidilFitri N37 (Batu Maung) – YB Dato` Haji Abdul Malik Kassim ( ADUN Batu Maung ) | 24 Julai 2015 (Jumaat)| 8.00 Malam – 10 Malam | Tanah Lapang Pejabat JKKK Bukit Gedung, Pulau Pinang ( Sebelah Surau Ubudiah ) | SEMUA DIJEMPUT HADIR

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Posted: 21 Jul 2015 07:35 PM PDT

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PRESS STATEMENT: “Malaysians Must Come Together, United and Resolved, to Save Our Country”

Posted: 21 Jul 2015 07:09 PM PDT

Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim has released this message to the public through his lawyers on 21 July 2015:

"Our country continues in a state of worsening crisis, whilst the BN government remains in denial. The value of the ringgit is plummeting, whilst corruption and financial scandals have reached levels unprecedented since Merdeka.

At this crucial time, Malaysians must come together, united and resolved, to save our country.

We are working towards a strengthened coalition which will encompass all progressive forces, including NGOs such as the BERSIH coalition, ABIM, IKRAM and newly formed Gerakan Harapan Baru.

This coming together of a wide range of groups committed to reform and change, will offer a genuine democratic and just alternative to the Rakyat.

Let us all put aside all other considerations and differences, and focus upon this great struggle to save Malaysia."

Fahmi Fadzil
KEADILAN Communications Director


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SEMINGGU CATATAN DHUHA OLEH YB. USTAZ IDRIS AHMAD, NAIB PRESIDEN PAS

Posted: 20 Jul 2015 08:32 AM PDT


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Posted: 17 Jul 2015 11:47 AM PDT

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