Tuesday, August 11, 2009

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Posted: 11 Aug 2009 04:43 AM PDT

Internet censorship. No more porn, no more political-talks. What's this? Are we ruled by Chin Peng? Are we in a Communist country? What the F!

Stop this crap la. People will horny eventhough there's no more porn to watch. Horny is normal for human. What?! If I watch porn, then, I will getting horny and grab a little girl, then, rape her?

No, this is not about porn, this is about YOUR BRAIN. If you have brain, you won't do such stupid things. If you have brain, you can think. To solve your horny-ness, go search a prostitutes or your wife. You mati berdosa, it's not my problem. God will answer it.

Yes, I watched porn before. Not because I'm so damn horny, but I want to know what's so interesting about this porn-thing. I watched it, there's nothing special in it. Just a horny-mourning-girl and a man doing their thing with various positions. After that, I never watch it. Nothing special, what? I can do the same thing after my marriage.Same thing, right?

So, here, I have brain, I can think. Because I have faith, and I believe that pre-marital sex is NOT GOOD (religion-related). Ok, just whatever you think, don't debate this matter with me. Because we are entitled to our own opinions. You don't agree with me, just shut up!

I know, I know, you will think, ''oh come on, DeePo nak tunjuk alim..''. So what? I pray that I won't slip from my ''initial path''. Call me mengada-ngada, I don't care, because who are you to oppose me?

My final conclusion, SUKA HATI SAYA NAK TENGOK PORN LA. Mati nanti Tuhan hukum la.

p/s: Macam la politikus ni tak buat doggy style. Ishhh....menyampah!


ISA? Internal Security Act? Malaysia?

Posted: 11 Aug 2009 04:25 AM PDT

If you have anything to say about ISA, you can go the web portan of KDN
(http://www.ikdn.gov.my/) and cast your vote there.

The questions :







The world That I see


Any significant scientific evidence here?

Posted: 11 Aug 2009 03:52 AM PDT

Unconventional Methods To Prevent Influenza

By Sajad Hussein

KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 9 (Bernama) — Avoiding masturbation and homosexual activities are among preventive measures one could take against Influenza A (H1N1), according to an eminent practitioner of complimentary therapy.

Dr. V. M. Palaniappan said that such activities caused the body to develop friction heat which in turn, produced acid and made the body hyperacidised.

"Thus, the body becomes an easy target for H1N1 infection," he told Bernama, emphasising however, that normal sexual union between members of the opposite sex was absolutely safe.[......]

Indeed very unconventional method but where are the significant scientific evidence here?

I knew alkaline condition is good for our body but I never heard avoiding masturbation are among preventive measures to enhance our immune system. Again, show me the significant scientific evidences or related scientific publication for example in like Natue, Cell, Science, BMC Biology, BMC Immunology?

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Bila Agama & Bangsa diHina....Dimana kita

Posted: 11 Aug 2009 01:47 AM PDT



Saya pernah menulis bahawa yang akan menghancurkan orang Islam dan Melayu ialah bangsa itu sendiri kerana orang China dan India tidak berupaya melakukannya sendiri. Ini memang ditahu benar oleh mereka, sebab itu mereka menggunakan taktik Yahudi memecah belah orang Melayu seperti Yahudi pecah belahkan orang Arab. Akibat Melayu berpecah sekarang orang Cina dan India dalam DAP dan PKR telah berani menghina dan mencaci Agama Islam dan orang Melayu secara terang terang. Dalam keadaan sebegini kemana pergi nya pejuang Islam, Tok Guru dan Ulama dari PAS yang senyap sunyi dan tidak sanggup menyokong Datuk Dr. Hassan Ali, Pesuruhjaya PAS Selangor, yang mahu arak tidak dijual dikawasan majoriti Melayu di Shah Alam. Menteri Besar Selangor, orang Islam pun sudah berpaling tadah kepada agama sendiri kerana fahaman politik songsang dan membabi buta. Kenapa bekas ahli koprat tersohor PKR ini menjadi buta hati dan mata dalam isu yang jelas dan semudah ini? Mungkin disini ada hikmah bagi majoriti umat Islam untuk menilai siapa sebenarnya yang menjadi pengkhianat bangsa dan Agama.

Bangsa Melayu adalah satu kaum yang paling tinggi budi bahasa dan tolerasi dalam dunia ini. Pergilah keseluruh pelusuk dunia dan buat kajian apa yang saya katakan ini, sama ada benar atau teori semata. Bangsa asing boleh hidup dalam kampung dan kelompok Melayu tanpa apa apa masallah, tetapi bagi kawasan yang majoriti kaum asing belum tentu orang Melayu boleh menumpang hidup. Ini saya katakan melalui pengalaman hidup saya sendiri di Malaysia dan setelah merantau hampir keseluruh dunia. Siapakah yang sebenarnya paling "racist" dalam Negara ini? Yang pasti dan jelas sekarang, ia bukanlah orang Melayu yang merupakan penduduk majoriti, dimana hak dan keistemewaan mereka termaktup dalam perlembagaan.

Kenapa sebilangan orang Melayu yang berpendidikan sudah tidak dapat berfikir secara rasional dan berhemah tentang masa depan anak cucu sendiri. Sanggup menjadi pengkhianat bangsa dan agama semata mata kerana idelogi politik dan fahaman yang sempit. Sanggup diperkuda oleh idelogi Yahudi yang mahu melihat Negara ini hancur dan dijajah semula dalam bentuk baru. Kenapa ada yang sanggup memutar belit ayat ayat Allah semata mata untuk merancuni pemikiran bangsa sendiri demi kepentingan politik. Akibat disemarakkan dengan racun emosi oleh pemimpin pengkhianat bangsa maka ramai oragng Melayu/Islam tewas untuk berfikir dalam kesederhanaan dan bertindak secara membabi buta. Anugerah paling istemewa dari Allah iaitu AKAL sudah tidak dapat berfungsi lagi akibat rancun fitnah dan rakus untuk berkuasa.

Semoga bangsa ku yang telah hilang pedoman kembali kejalan yang benar dan berhenti merosakkan bangsa dan Negara. Saya percaya ramai diantara kita telah sedar bahawa usha jahat untuk porak perandakan Negara dengan menghalalkan cara tidak boleh dibiarkan. Ia perlu ditentang secara intelektual dan fizikal sehingga dikuburkan. Marilah kita kembali berfikir dan bertindak secara rasional demi Agama, Bangsa dan Negara.


Anand Kumar- The Man behind the Indian Dream

Posted: 10 Aug 2009 11:03 PM PDT

I managed to 'persuade' ( hehe) Dato Sakmongkol to place these series of inspirational stories in my blog. I hope readers will be moved as i was when watching the series.






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HUMOR FROM DILBERT

Posted: 10 Aug 2009 08:00 PM PDT




1. I say no to alcohol, it just doesn't listen.

2. A friend in need is a pest indeed.

3. Marriage is one of the chief causes of divorce.

4. Work is fine if it doesn't take too much of your time.

5. When everything comes in your way you're in the wrong lane.

6. The light at the end of the tunnel may be an incoming train..

7. Born free, taxed to death.

8. Everyone has a photographic memory, some just don't have film.

9. Life is unsure; always eat your dessert first.

10. Smile, it makes people wonder what you are thinking.

11. It's not hard to meet expenses, they are everywhere.

12. I love being a writer......what I can't stand is the paperwork.

13. A printer consists of 3 main parts: the case, the jammed paper tray and the blinking red light.

14. The guy who invented the first wheel was an idiot. The guy who invented the other three, he was the genius.

15. The trouble with being punctual is that no one is there to appreciate it.

16. In a country of free speech, why are there phone bills?

17. If you cannot change your mind, are you sure you have one?

18. Beat the 5 O'clock rush, leave work at noon!

19. If you can't convince them, confuse them.

20. It's not the fall that kills you. It's the sudden stop at the end.

21. I couldn't repair your brakes, so I made your horn louder.

22. Hot glass looks same as cold glass. - Cunino's Law of Burnt Fingers

23. The cigarette does the smoking you are just the sucker.

24. Someday is not a day of the week

25. Whenever I find the key to success, someone changes the lock.

26. To err is human; to forgive is not a Company policy.

27. The road to success......Is always under construction.

28. Alcohol doesn't solve any problems, but if you think again, neither does Milk.

29. In order to get a Loan, you first need to prove that you don't need it.

......and here's the best of the lot

30. All the desirable things in life are either illegal, expensive, fattening or in love with someone else.


They Were Still Awesome...

Posted: 10 Aug 2009 08:35 PM PDT

No matter what people say...It was the BIGGEST concert done by any SINGLE local artistes in years!...Having said that i dont recall any SINGLE international act managed to pull off an almost 25 freaking thousand crowd k...

For a change it was nice to see all different races coming together for a hell of a great time...at least Search managed to do what others failed...kelakar nampak mat rock2 dolu2 zaman 80's n 90's keluar balik...it was like a fashion parade ok...semua pakai balik wat we all used to have in common (sadly to say) ie seluar jeans KETAT lagi SENDAT!!!...

Nway wat i intend to say here is lets not judge any1 before we listen to both side of the story...yes there were hickups here and there...but hey we can all only do wats humanly possible je kan?....so stay BML for behind the scenes stories and pictures...

Trust me u'll c never-revealed-before pictures wat happened before and during the concert...


Samun kedai emas guna topeng H1N1

Posted: 10 Aug 2009 07:23 PM PDT

Sekadar gambar hiasan.



SUBANG JAYA 10 Ogos - Dua lelaki yang membuat helah dengan memakai topeng muka H1N1 untuk merompak berjaya melarikan tujuh dulang barangan kemas bernilai kira-kira RM350,000 di sebuah kedai emas di pusat beli-belah The Summit, di sini hari ini.

Dalam kejadian pada pukul 1 petang itu, salah seorang perompak terbabit turut mengacukan sepucuk pistol kepada dua pekerja kedai terbabit sebelum melarikan barangan kemas di ruang pameran.

Difahamkan, kedua-dua suspek terbabit berusia dalam lingkungan 20-an.

Timbalan Ketua Jabatan Siasatan Jenayah Selangor, Asisten Komisioner Khaw Kok Chin berkata, ketika kejadian tiada pelanggan di dalam kedai emas tersebut.

Beliau berkata, siasatan mendapati pekerja-pekerja terbabit tidak sempat berbuat apa-apa kerana tidak mengesyaki kedua-dua suspek yang memakai topeng muka H1N1.

"Seorang daripada suspek menunggu di luar kedai manakala seorang lagi mengacukan pistol dan mengarahkan pekerja kedai itu memasukkan semua barangan kemas ke dalam sebuah beg.

"Kita percaya ada lagi rakan mereka yang menunggu di ruang lobi pusat beli- belah berkenaan," katanya ketika ditemui di tempat kejadian di sini hari ini.

Tambah Kok Chin, pihaknya kini sedang menjalankan siasatan termasuk meneliti rakaman kamera litar tertutup (CCTV) pada premis terbabit.

Katanya, usaha memburu kedua-dua suspek akan diteruskan dan kes tersebut kini disiasat mengikut Seksyen 395 dan 397 Kanun Keseksaan.

Beliau berkata, orang ramai yang mempunyai maklumat mengenai kejadian itu diminta menghubungi Ibu Pejabat Polis Daerah (IPD) Subang Jaya di talian 03-89484822.


Bro Rick Says....
Baru hari tu aku dah cakap ada org yg akan ambil kesempatan masa2 mcm ni, dah mula pun babak yg pertama.....ni lah sikap manusia....




Dude! Rais Is SAD!

Posted: 10 Aug 2009 04:00 PM PDT

Watch this interview with the Information Communication and Culture Minister Rais Yatim. He needs some sort of media training ! Look at how he speaks to the media and handles the question

Quote of the day for me is :

Okay you want to talk in English, I have changed my mode now

Look at his body language and the way he responds to the journalist (Time 2:32)

What the heck?!

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Dude! Rais Is SAD!


Traffic woes at Tawau CIQ complex to be resolved

Posted: 10 Aug 2009 06:01 PM PDT

The ongoing traffic jam at the Customs, Immigration and Quarantine (CIQ) complex here, which is the main gateway from Nunukan and Tarakan, Indonesia will be resolved as soon as possible Deputy Home Minister Jelaing Merat said yesterday.

He said the jam at the CIQ was not only troublesome to Malaysian and Indonesian road users who traverse the route daily but also to enforcement officers working at the complex.

"I will bring this matter up to the ministry to be discussed and solved. It would make things easier if the CIQ staff here have a more suitable building to work in. I have been informed that no less than 1,000 people use this gateway daily," he told reporters after visiting the complex.

Jelaing said the problem needed to be addressed because it could cause those from neighbouring countries to resort to illegal routes to enter and leave the country through Tawau.

On the problem of street children in Sabah whose citizenship was still unclear, he said the matter was still being reviewed to prevent them from causing problems to the nation in the future.

Bernama


NO FEAR : OVERCOMING ONE FRIGHT AT A TIME

Posted: 10 Aug 2009 03:00 PM PDT

You've seen the "No Fear" clothing stickers on cars helping to coach those who want to overcome if not ignore fear. But to ignore it or to say it doesn't exist is only healthy if you are aware of it, its purpose and need, for understanding fear and how it's used in our lives is one of the most important success tools in existence. But why does fear exist?

Well, in some cases it protects us from harm. It is a warning to get out! We are afraid when we hear gunfire, feel the initial rumblings of an earthquake, or someone appears out of nowhere. Fear gets our heart rate up and enlivens our sensory awareness so that we can take action to protect ourselves and others. But at other times fear occurs because we are uncomfortable with the unknown. And fear of the unknown exists every day even though the majority prefers to ignore it. But most of these fears will not cause us immediate physical harm. These fears are more common or widespread.

What are some of these common fears?

We are fearful of losing our jobs. We are fearful of having to speak in front of a large group of strangers. We are fearful of confronting ourselves and others about hard truths that are not pleasant. We are fearful of doing something that most people are not doing. We are fearful that we are inadequate in our relationships, family, jobs, life. We fear not being loved. We fear that something will happen to our loved ones, spouse, children. We fear being alone. We fear being made fun of or loss of respect.

But fear in this regard is not dangerous or bad for us, for that matter. It serves a purpose. It is a tool that is to be used, but it needs to be used correctly. It is usually a warning that we are about to step into unfamiliar territory and that we need to be cautious.

For example, if during a conversation with your spouse you begin to argue, you begin to feel uncomfortable. You get anxious and are fearful that you may hurt or be hurt, so it is vital to be cautious and think carefully before you speak. However, often our emotions are heightened and we lose self-control and let our emotions take over, usually culminating in a negative result. But fear is telling us that this relationship is important, that we need to protect it, and that we need to find the skill and tact necessary to preserve it. Without fear or anxiety, we would most likely say whatever comes to mind and on top of that never feel sorry for what we said. The divorce rate would most likely shoot up to 100%, so here we can see the obvious benefit of the discomfort of fear.

But there are other fears.

Speaking in public is a different kind of fear. Here we are fearful of being exposed. We are fearful that we may say or do something stupid and that we'll be ridiculed and ostracized by not only the people we are speaking to but everyone else who will discover how stupid we are.

But is this true? Is it all that we think it is? Are our imagined fears so accurate?

Often times, no.

Personally, when I was young, I was fearful in the extreme. All types of evil immaginings ran through my head regarding what people were thinking of me. Never mind getting up in front of people, I was terrified merely being amongst small groups of people, not being expected to talk at all. I remember going outside my campus apartment and breaking out in an anxiety attack that almost took my breath away, literally.

So what did I do?

I overcame my extreme shyness, introversion, hopelessness, depression, anger suicidal tendencies and more to the point now where I speak in front of people with such ease I prefer it to sitting alone in my living room with my remote. But not that I need it. Not in the least. But when I am called on to speak, I find the greatest joy and satisfaction now in helping people to motivate themselves and to get on with a plan that will bring them the utter joy I now find, utter joy that couldn't have happened without extreme fear.

For this fear, fear of people, actually was the friction, the tension I needed in my life to propel me to take action. People generally get moving for one of three reasons: inspiration, desperation, or boredom. And I did a lot of work to get rid of my most inhibiting fears, mostly through getting out of myself and the getting into otheres. Now, getting rid of your fears is good, but you should always be doing something that scares you even just a little, for your growth and mental / spiritual betterment.

If you are not living with some discomfort and fear in your life, you are not advancing, growing, prospering, chipping away at your shortcomings to reveal the potential greatness that lies underneath, that which leads to discovery of even greater joy, satisfaction that only comes through push, stress, and strain. Comfort very rarely teaches lessons of great import or is able to lift the soul to amazing heights.

And this is the purpose of fear-lesser life threatening fear-that exists in our lives. It is simply and fully this fear that is required for us to brush up against--this friction--so that we may chip away the old, the unwanted, and feel the joy and reward of that progress, that overcoming that we must do the majority of by ourselves. There is no other way. It is a universal principle that must be understood and applied in everyone's life if the desire is to find ultimate happiness. There is no other way.

And once we've overcome the self to a point of greater personal mental health and well-being, then we can do the next thing we were put here to do. And it is only in overcoming the self that we are able to do this. This experience, these difficulties build strength, compassion, patience, and understanding, that which is needed by the people we now can reach out to in our more healthy state. And the stronger we become the greater number we can reach out to, to lift up.

We all are great, but ultimate greatness lies underneath our imperfection waiting to lift us up to see who we can really be, our true potential. A point to consider is that you don't have to be great to be great, but you do have to believe you are. And this is where all success and greatness begins and ends: in the mind. Most don't achieve, but those who do are the one's who overcome fear and have done the other things necessary to ignore the masses who are screaming, "Hey, stay down here with us."

And an important note is that we are not here to do all the lifting for others, but to encourage in others the desire, ability, skill, and attitude needed to overcome themselves. For it is in the doing, doing it ourselves, where we reap the greatest rewards, a universal principle.

But like anything of great value, great merit, and great worth, it takes time to build to the point where you have conquered and mastered fear.

Personally, after having done 100s if not 1000s of performances, talks, lectures, and speeches, I reached the point in recent years (some 17 years after the most frightening day of my life-my first publich performance) where I hit an epiphany. I am now at the point with all the experience I have, along with the great knowledge base I've worked to obtain, able to prepare a talk in mere minutes and go up and do it with great ease and professionalism. But it is only through great effort that I was able to do so.

We learn as all do, slowly, line upon line, precept upon precept. It takes time and patience. It was only through great self-coaching, self-convincing, and, most importantly, by doing, that I was able to master the art of speaking. Today, I do it without paper, outline or prompt. Which all gets in the way of being natural, a major requirement to speaking.

To give you a clue as to the specifics of how I overcame my fear of speaking, one time when I was doing comedy in Boston at an all black club, I was about as fearful as anyone could be. The first to go on at the club were the black comics. The performances were being filmed, and after each comic finished he was interviewed off to the side of the stage.

However, when the first white comic got up, the camera and its accompanying lights were shut off, the interviewer went to the bar for a drink, and the majority of the crowd began conversations, and not with the comic.

I was the second one up.

Want to face your fear of being ridiculed in front of a large crowd? Well, here was my opportunity.

What did I do? I looked out into the audience and said to myself, these are people, they are my people. I feel their love. I am loved. And a great sense of calm came over me, enough so that I did the show and was fairly successful. I didn't kill, but I didn't die or get ridiculed either.

I then went on to perform in a gay bar with straight humor and at a biker bar with my goofy, white-boy humor while bikers played pool on the side of the stage, even.

Was I scared? Certainly. Did I thrive? Well, I don't remember how I did at the gay bar, but I killed at the biker bar. My material was clean and non-abrasive, but it went over well and the crowd loved me. Go figure.

But here is the key. In order to overcome fear, you must understand its purpose, how to deal with it, and most importantly, get out there and face it.

"The only thing we have to fear is fear itself!"

Yes, Mr. Roosevelt.

We must all learn to face fear, to go toe to toe with it, take it head on, and make it our friend. We must learn of it and use it for our betterment and the betterment of all those we can touch by overcoming ourselves. And that's what the majority of life it about.

In this life, you will be called upon to do those things to not only improve your life, but the lives of others. You may even be called on to save the life of another. Are you prepared to do what is necessary? Or to let fear conquer you, leading to a feeling of regret and remorse that will stay with you to the end of your life, if not to the end of time, if you don't make the decision at some point to conquor your fears.

Your choice.

But if you choose to overcome your fears and take all challenges face on, this will develop great self-confidence and calm, another great tool that enables one to get things done by not letting others affect what you desire to accomplish. And as you move forward seeking your success, there will be many who desire to keep you down with them, but you will have the skills, understanding, and attitude needed to act and to change yourself for the better.

Author's Bio
Jeff is CEO of InnerProjection.com: working with students and parents using the proprietary Success, Design and Preparation system creating a plan to ensure being of the 30% of college grads who don't waste 10 to 15 years or leave 100s of thousands of dollars on the table.

Previous to owning Inner Projection, Jeff worked as a computer programmer and in tech. support, but hated it enough to move from his home in Connecticut to do stand up comedy in Boston where he worked with such comics as Bill Burr, Dan Cook, and Billy Martin and wrote for people like Mz. Michagan who needed material for her ventriloquism act. He then moved to Los Angeles to do more stand up, but found being a college professor more fulfilling. He's married with 3 children.


Cap jari bukan milik Noordin

Posted: 10 Aug 2009 11:31 AM PDT

GAMBAR fail menunjukkan keranda yang dipercayai pada mulanya sebagai jenazah Noordin tiba di Rumah Sakit Polis Pusat Sukanto, Jakarta pada Sabtu lalu.

GAMBAR menunjukkan lakaran polis Indonesia wajah Noordin ketika dia menyamar.





JAKARTA - Polis Indonesia semalam menyatakan perancang utama kumpulan Jemaah Islamiyah (JI), Noordin Mohammad Top masih bebas walaupun dia sebelum ini didakwa mati ditembak.

Satu sumber polis menyatakan, analisis cap jari yang dijalankan terhadap suspek utama serbuan kumpulan antipengganas Densus 88 pada Sabtu lalu disahkan bukan milik Noordin.

"Bukan dia (Noordin). Kami tahu melalui bentuk muka dan cap jarinya. Kami akan terus memburu Noordin," kata sumber itu.

Pihak polis sebelum ini enggan mengesahkan kematian Noordin sehingga keputusan ujian asid deoksiribonukleik (DNA) dikeluarkan.

"Siapapun lelaki itu, ia perlu dibuktikan dengan cara saintifik," kata jurucakap polis, Nanan Soekarna.

Sejumlah foto menunjukkan suspek tersebut dipenuhi tembakan dan benda tajam.

Seorang penganalisis keselamatan di Jakarta, Sidney Jones berkata, gambar suspek yang ditembak itu langsung tidak menyerupai Noordin.

Rakyat Malaysia berumur 40 tahun itu dikehendaki pihak berkuasa Indonesia kerana menjadi dalang beberapa serangan bom sejak 2002 di Indonesia.

Noordin yang menggelar dirinya sebagai pemimpin 'Al-Qaeda Dunia Melayu' turut disyaki menjadi dalang serangan bom di Hotel JW Marriott dan Ritz-Carlton pada 17 Julai lalu.

Pihak berkuasa Indonesia masih tidak pasti sama ada Noordin berada di Jawa Tengah atau sudah melepaskan diri ketika pasukan Densus 88 memulakan kepungan pada petang Jumaat lalu di Dusun Beji.

"Kami tidak sepantas dia," kata Nanan.

Kegagalan ujian cap jari juga memberi tekanan kepada kumpulan antipengganas Densus 88 yang dilatih oleh Amerika Syarikat (AS).

"Ia merupakan satu kekecewaan yang besar. Pihak polis sebelum ini menguar-uarkan mereka berjaya menembak Noordin," kata Jones. - AFP


Bro Rick Says....
Dimanakah Nordin Md Top Berada???





Polisi Sangat Yakin Itu Noordin

Posted: 10 Aug 2009 11:41 AM PDT

Warga mengamati gambar Noordin M Top warga negara Malaysia yang diduga terkait dengan sejumlah kasus pengeboman yang terjadi di Indonesia di Stasiun Kereta Api Pasar Turi, Surabaya, Jawa Timur




JAKARTA,— Sejumlah pengamat meragukan lelaki yang tewas dalam penggerebekan di Dusun Beji, Desa Kedu, Kecamatan Kedu, Kabupaten Temanggung, adalah gembong teroris yang paling dicari, yaitu Noordin M Top. Namun, meski belum mengeluarkan pernyataan definitif tentang identitas lelaki itu, polisi meyakini dialah orang yang paling dicari selama ini. Keyakinan ini bukan tanpa alasan.

"Kami sudah mengintai orang itu selama satu minggu. Kami ikuti ke mana pun dia pergi. Kami potret, bahkan kami tahu dia itu makan di mana. Kami juga tahu dia sempat tidur di kuburan," ujar seorang sumber Kompas.com di kepolisian dalam perbincangan, Senin (10/8) pagi.

Menurut dia, Densus 88 mendapatkan jejak Noordin melalui pelacakan komunikasi elektronik. Selama ini, Noordin tidak pernah menggunakan telepon seluler. Komunikasi dilakukan oleh orang kepercayaannya.

"Kurir Noordin yang menjadi penghubung komunikasi adalah Arif (Indra Arif Hermawan). Arif (24) ditangkap lebih dulu sebelum polisi mengepung rumah di Temanggung," ungkapnya.

Seperti diberitakan, sebelum melakukan pengepungan di sebuah rumah di tengah sawah di Dusun Beji, polisi lebih dulu menangkap Arif dan Aris Susanto (31). Keduanya adalah kakak beradik, keponakan Mudjahri (69) pemilik rumah yang ditinggali Noordin.

Romi

Ia menceritakan, sebelum melakukan penangkapan, Densus 88 telah melakukan dokumentasi dan verifikasi tentang sosok lelaki itu kepada orang-orang yang pernah bertemu dengan Noordin M Top. Dalam pelariannya di Temanggung Noordin menggunakan nama samaran Romi.

Ia mengakui bahwa sosok lelaki itu memang terlihat berbeda dengan gambar Noordin yang disebarkan polisi. Lelaki itu terlihat lebih kurus, sementara gambar Noordin yang disebarkan dalam poster terlihat lebih gemuk.

"Kita harus ingat, foto Noordin yang disebarkan itu kan dibuat tahun 2000-an awal. Noordin sendiri selama bertahun-tahun dalam pelarian selalu mengubah penampilannya. Ini persis saat kita berhasil menewaskan Dr Azhari. Waktu itu, kita sempat sanksi kok Dr Azhari kurus sekali," ungkap dia.

Meski begitu, lanjutnya, untuk memastikan identitas lelaki itu, polisi tetap akan mengikuti prosedur identifikasi ilmiah, yaitu melakukan tes DNA.


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Natures Beauty

Posted: 10 Aug 2009 09:38 AM PDT

Alien ?

Can you guess what creature is this?
The world That I see


MAF of Sibu East District - Night of Excellence (Jing Cai Zhi Ye)

Posted: 10 Aug 2009 07:04 AM PDT

We put our hands and heads together this evening to fine-tune the details of Night of Excellence which is scheduled to be held on Sept. 12 (Saturday) at The Masland Methodist Church.

Jing Cai Zhi Ye is essentially a district-wide fellowship night for MAFs. Our DS Rev Wong Koi Fo shall deliver a message at the gathering to enlighten the fellowshippers.

Spare two hours to be at The Masland Church on the evening of Sept. 12 to see what we have to offer.


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