Friday, June 11, 2010

Dr. Zul ketuai lajnah hiburan PAS Pusat

Dr. Zul ketuai lajnah hiburan PAS Pusat


Dr. Zul ketuai lajnah hiburan PAS Pusat

Posted: 11 Jun 2010 07:55 AM PDT


Isi Rumah mewah punca Negara MUFLIS

Posted: 11 Jun 2010 06:17 AM PDT


Bajet 2010 mengurangkan perbelanjaan awam sejumlah RM24 bilion. Sifat hedonisme (berbelanja mengikut nafsu) jika menjadi panduan hidup, individu terbabit akan terjerumus kepada beban hutang yang besar, bahkan boleh membawa kepada muflis. Pusat kemajuan ekonomi dunia akan berpindah kepada negara kuasa baru dunia seperti China, India, Brazil dan Russia dalam beberapa dekad lagi.

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Amalan hedonisme membawa muflis

Berita Harian 11 Jun 2010

Oleh Datuk Nik Mustapha ialah Ketua Pengarah Institut Kefahaman Islam Malaysia (IKIM)

Keadaan ekonomi semasa hendaklah disahut isi rumah dengan berbelanja secara berhemat

Dalam hadis Nabi SAW, Baginda mengingatkan masyarakat Islam dengan sabda Baginda berikut: "Sesungguhnya Allah suka apabila seseorang daripada kamu apabila melakukan sesuatu kerja, maka dia melakukannya dengan penuh ketelitian dan dengan sebaik-baiknya" (Hadis riwayat Al-Bahaiqi).

Aspek kedua yang perlu diberi perhatian oleh pihak pemerintah dalam mendepani ekonomi negara semasa sudah pasti membabitkan aspek perbelanjaan awam. Sebagai salah satu usaha mengurangkan defisit perbelanjaan awam, Bajet 2010 mengurangkan perbelanjaan awam sejumlah RM24 bilion.

Sifat hedonisme (berbelanja mengikut nafsu) jika menjadi panduan hidup, individu terbabit akan terjerumus kepada beban hutang yang besar, bahkan boleh membawa kepada muflis.

Di barat, kehidupan isi rumah yang mewah, dipengaruhi falsafah hedonisme menyebabkan banyak mereka terpaksa menanggung beban hutang besar. Negara mereka turut dibebani jumlah hutang besar untuk merangsang ekonomi semoga pulih.

Namun, keadaan ekonomi hanya bertahan pada jarak pendek dan beban hutang terus membesar sehingga ada beberapa negara muflis di Eropah.

Namun, dunia memperlihatkan bahawa pusat kemajuan ekonomi dunia akan berpindah kepada negara kuasa baru dunia seperti China, India, Brazil dan Russia dalam beberapa dekad lagi.

Masyarakat Islam mesti menjadi pemain berkesan dalam suasana itu.

Artikel penuh di http://www.bharian.com.my/bharian/articles/Amalanhedonismemembawamuflis/Article


How to Shine in a Job Interview

Posted: 11 Jun 2010 04:51 AM PDT


<div style="direction:rtl;text-align:right">۸۸ ۸۸ ۱۴ ۱۵</div>

Posted: 11 Jun 2010 10:02 AM PDT

In Malaysia when u want to order pizza, what number you call? Or you may just click into the Dominos pizza webpage and order a pizza online. But when you are in Tehran... What number you call for a nice pizza? Anyone know?

Pizza box

Yummylicious Square pizza

Are you drooling yet?

You have seen the top... need to see the bottom too

So, do you want to try the yummylicious pizza now?


Sindang-dong Tteokbokki, Seoul, South Korea

Posted: 11 Jun 2010 09:56 AM PDT

Sindang-dong, Seoul's famous place to have Korean tteokbokki (rice-cakes in red-pepper sauce). There's dozen of restaurants selling the Korean dish at one particular street; we dined at the Mabongnim Halmeoni Tteokbokki restaurant (in February) which is one of the earliest to open its biz in the area in 1953.

Mabongnim Halmeoni Tteokbokki, Sindang-dong, Seoul

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Sindang-dong Tteokbokki, Seoul, South Korea from YeinJee's Asian Blog


Sorry for resigning: Hatoyama

Posted: 11 Jun 2010 09:55 AM PDT

Yukio Hatoyama resigned as Japanese Prime Minister last week over economic and reform tussle. This is his last e-mail as a premier, hours before stepping down.

"Japan's political history has changed since that scorching summer day of the general election last year. Spurred by the belief that the change of government will definitely change the people's lives for the better, I have since striven as the Prime Minister to this very day to bring about politics in which the people of Japan play the main roles.

We were able to pass budgets that are for the people. I am convinced that our decision to transform Japan into a nation that is supportive of children and promises a bright future, such as
through the introduction of the child allowance and free education at public senior high schools, was not wrong.

We launched the individual household income support for farming households aimed at rejuvenating primary industries, starting with rice producers. We were also able to increase medical care outlays, if only by a modest amount, in order to prevent the collapse of medical care in the regions. We must redouble our efforts to promote politics that values human life.

These policies, however, have not necessarily registered in the hearts and minds of the Japanese public. It is to my great regret that my lack of virtue was to blame for having lost the ears of the Japanese public.

The issue of Futenma Air Station, where I caused great distress to the people of Okinawa and Tokunoshima, is one of the reasons for this state of affairs. Given the emerging tensions in the region, including the sinking of the ROK Naval patrol vessel by North Korea, it is necessary to seek peace and stability for Japan and East Asia.

I did my utmost to move the base out of Okinawa Prefecture, but I was unable to achieve my objective. I extend my heartfelt apology. However, we did manage to come to an agreement with the United States on eliminating dangers and reducing the burden on Okinawa.

On another note, there was the matter of "politics and money." I left the Liberal Democratic Party with the desire to create a government that did not bear the taint of money. I had never
dreamed that I myself would have been employing a political aide who was in violation of the Political Funds Control Act. I apologize for having caused so much concern.

Make a clean break with the issue of "politics and money" and restore the Democratic Party of Japan's reputation as a clean party; that is what we truly must achieve.

I have so far pressed forward with policies with a view not only to the Japan of today, but also to what Japan should be five, ten, twenty years in the future.

A case in point is local sovereignty. We were able to open the way to creating a Japan where the regions would take center stage, based on the belief that a society that placed the national
government above the regional governments is wrong. Japan's politics will undergo a fundamental change.

The new concept of public service: this is not yet a familiar term to many. It means opening up services that had been monopolized by the bureaucracy to the "public" in order to create a society where the people truly play the main roles.

The East Asian community. At the Trilateral Summit Meeting with China and the Republic of Korea (ROK) the other day, President Lee Myung-bak, Premier Wen Jiabao, and I had an extended discussion about creating a new era of "We are the one." By opening the nation, we will be able to open up our future; that is my sincere belief.

I would like to express my gratitude to the people of Japan for bringing about the change of government and giving me the opportunity of marching at the forefront of the new politics. You
have my heartfelt apologies for resigning at the middle of our journey. Notwithstanding, I have no doubts that the policies that I have promoted will continue to be pursued in the future.

Thank you so much for staying with me for this eight months."


WEEKEND VIEW: Petpostive Turns Four Years Old

Posted: 11 Jun 2010 09:00 AM PDT

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Bilakah PAS Akan Iktiraf Sumbangan Blogger Pula?

Posted: 11 Jun 2010 08:51 AM PDT

PAS mula letak calon bukan Islam

Selepas penubuhan Dewan Himpunan Penyokong PAS baru-baru ini, PAS terus melangkah ke hadapan dengan membenarkan penyokong bukan Islamnnya bertanding menggunakan lambang parti itu dalam pilihan raya umum yang akan datang.

Presidennya Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang berkata keputusan itu dibuat hasil keputusan mesyuarat majlis syura - badan tertinggi dalam parti itu - kelmarin.

"Bagaimanapun mereka hendaklah faham pada ajaran Islam serta bermoral tinggi," katanya menjelaskan syarat-syarat yang dikenakan bagi melayakkan pemilihan golongan itu.

Abdul Hadi bagaimanapun berkata jumlah kerusi dan kawasan pilihan raya yang diperuntukkan bagi golongan itu setakat ini masih dikenalpasti.

Ditanya kemungkinan tindakan PAS itu bakal menyebabkan pertindihan dengan calon PKR dan DAP, Abdul Hadi yakin akan adanya persefahaman dalam antara ketiga-tiga parti dalam Pakatan Rakyat berhubung keputusannya itu.

"Kita akan tanding di tempat PKR dan DAP tidak bertanding," katanya dalam sidang media selepas merasmikan muktamar PAS ke-65 bertemakan "Islam Adil untuk Semua" di Pengkalan Chepa, di Kelantan hari ini.

Dalam pilihan raya umum dua tahun lalu, seorang penganut Hindu Kumutha Raman bertanding 'mewakili' PAS di Johor. Penyokong PAS itu bagaimanapun bergerak sebagai calon bebas.

Tak gopoh tonjol dalam Pakatan

Ditanya tentang mekanisme PAS bagi mengelakkan calon bukan Islam mereka melompat parti, Abdul Hadi berkata kesemua calon dikehendaki mengadakan iqrar atau perjanjian dengan parti.

"Lagi pun, orang yang bermoral tidak akan melanggar perjanjian," katanya.

PAS sebelum ini berjaya mengekang fenomena lompat parti dalam partinya melalui "baiah" (sumpah taat setia) sesama Islam.

Bagaimanapun, mekanisme tersebut tidak boleh dilakukan terhadap penyokongnya yang berbeza agama.

Sementara itu, Abdul Hadi juga menolak tanggapan bahawa PAS cuba mendominasi Pakatan melalui strategi barunya dalam pilihan raya umum itu.

"Kita tidak gopoh untuk menonjolkan diri," katanya yang juga ahli parlimen Marang.

"Bagi kita, mempertahankan Islam itu lebih penting daripada strategi." -mk

Ulasan GB

Drastik, kata seorang teman GB di atas penubuhan Dewan Himpunan Penyokong PAS sekalipun sebelum ini Setiuasaha Agung PAS menyatakan penubuhan Dewan sukar dilaksanakan sebelum pindaan perlembagaan dilakukan.

Malah di dalam ucapan perasmian Muktamar Ke 55 tahun lepas, Presiden sendiri mengungkapkan:

"Juga dicadangkan kepada penggubal undang-undang PAS, supaya kewujudan kelab ini (Kelab Penyokong PAS) diinstitusikan menerusi pindaan perlembagaan PAS yang bakal dilaksanakan untuk memasukkan peruntukan kewujudan kelab dan statusnya dalam organisasi parti, keahlian dan peranannya dalam PAS."

Tup tup tanpa pindaan perlembagaan pun, Dewan sudah boleh ditubuhkan.

Kita menunggu pula bilakah PAS akan memperakui peranan blogger dan menginstitusikannya. Mungkin tuntutan ini berlebih-lebihan tetapi yang berfikiran jauh akan melihat PAS akan lebih mantap dan utuh dengan mengambil inisiatif dan terkedepan di dalam memperkasakan parti melalui penginstitusian blogger.

Malangnya setakat ini blogger PAS tidak diiktirafkan sebagai memainkan peranan penting untuk parti, malah Presiden sendiri mengecap ada blogger sebagai si Luncai, tk diketahui sasaran yang dimaksudkan, mungkin juga semata-mata ada blogger menentang idea UG yang dipeloporinya.

Di dalam muktamar kali ini, tiada sepatah ucapan terima kasih pun diungkapkan untuk blogger-blogger, yang bersusah payah menolong parti. Malah dilaporkan oleh beberapa orang blogger, sukarnya blogger PAS sendiri hendak mendapat pas masuk ke dalam muktamar.

Nasib kaulah blogger PAS....

GB dah ulas sebelum ini. Dipetik kembali:

Ulasan GB

Terima kasih Datuk Seri Presiden untuk gelaran Luncai itu sekalipun ia mungkin bukan bertujuan untuk semua blogger.

Sebenarnya, blogger tidak pernah mengharapkan penghargaan dan balasan daripada parti sekalipun blogger selama ini telah bekerja keras untuk kemenangan parti sebelum, semasa dan sesudah pilihanraya.

Ada blogger yang bersengkang mata dari pagi sampai ke malam, malam sampai ke pagi, untuk menyediakan dan menyebarkan berita alternatif kepada rakyat yang umum mengetahui bahawa berita-berita parti tidak disampaikan secara jujur oleh media massa arus perdana.

Dan tatkala blogger bekerja, tatkala itu sudah ramai pemimpin parti yang sudah tidur lena.

Dan apabila blogger menegur pemimpin, contohnya di dalam isu UG, satu gagasan yang telah menyebabkan parti kehilangan sokongan dari pengundi atas pagar, tiba-tiba pemimpin melenting dan kemudian menuduh blogger tidak wala', tidak setia dan seumpamanya.

Kalau dulu blogger dituduh menerima habuan dari seseorang, dituduh penyebar "fitnah yang benar", kini dikatakan blogger dari golongan fasiq lalu dibacakan ayat supaya berhati-hati menerima berita dari orang fasiq.

Sefasiq-fasiq ahli, ia tidak memberi impak kepada jemaaah seluruhnya, tetapi sealim-alim pemimpin yang memegang parti akan menghancurkan parti seluruhnya apabila mangaturkan perencanaan jahat untuk bersekongkol dengan musuh.

Saya igin bertanya berapa nilai yang parti hargai dan pernah bayar terhadap peranan dan sumbangan blogger selama ini untuk kemenangan calon-calon parti?

Malah blogger ini terus bekerja sekalipun tidak dihargai, kerana masing-masing belajar untuk mengikhlaskan diri terhadap deen dengan harapan Allah s.w.t. akan membalas sekalipun manusia melupakan mereka setidak-tidaknya Allah mengampunkan dosa-dosa kefasikan jika ada dilakukan oleh para blogger terlibat.

Tetapi adalah menjadi tanggungjawab parti untuk menjaga mereka, memupuk dan menyuburkan mereka supaya mereka terus berada di persada siber berjuang, tetapi apa yang berlaku, mereka dihadiahkan dengan gelaran lapuk bernama Luncai.

Ada yang menempelak GB, mana keikhlasanmu jika mengharapkan balasan?

GB tidak mengharapkan balasan, tetapi seperti yang GB utara di atas menjadi tanggungjawab dan kewajipan parti untuk menilai dan menghargai peranan blogger selama ini. Sementelah lagi blogger juga adalah manusia biasa, bukan robot-robot - malah robot-robot juga perlu digerakkan dengan sesuatu yang bukan sekadar air liur!

Jika demikian apakah Presiden, Timbalan Presiden dan semua pimpinan PAS sudah cukup ikhlas terhadap parti tanpa sebarang imbuhan? Jika demikian pulangkan sahaja gaji-gaji dan elaun-elaun Yang Berhormat 100% yang nilainya ribuan RM seorang itu kepada parti jika benar-benar berjuang kerana agama.

Tiada yang lebih mendukacitakan apabila Presiden sendiri tanpa segan silu di dalam satu jawapan kepada wartawan baru-baru ini bahawa beliau tidak membaca blog.

Blogger tidak kisah Tuan Presiden tidak membaca blog, tetapi anehnya beliau boleh menuduh blogger menyebarkan fitnah. Apakah semua blogger menyebarkan fitnah maka lantaran itu Tuan Presiden lansung tidak mahu menjengah blogger yang sebahagian besarnya berjuang untuk untuk parti?

Blogger tidak kisah Tuan Presiden tidak membaca blog tetapi setidak-tidaknya rakyat terbanyak dan para ahli memerlukan berita dari blog - kerana itulah sumber alternatif yang ada kini.

Beberapa orang blogger telah pun mengundurkan diri kerana hal yang GB nyatakan di atas - seperti TARAKNAMA keluhannya boleh dibaca di karpet hijau Blog GB, KetuaPerusuh dan lain-lain.

Dan jika parti terus-terusan tidak menghargai blogger sebaliknya mengambil sikap bermusuhan dengan mereka, kita sama berserah kepada Allah - alaisallahu biahkamil- hakimiin - bukankah Dia sebaik-baik Hakim?

Tidak semua blogger bebal seperti yang diucapkan oleh Tuan Presiden seperti yang diungkapkan melalui sepotong hadith yang dibacakan sewaktu ucapan perasmian pagi tadi, kerana mana tahu ada di kalangan blogger itu antara kekasih-kekasih Allah juga yang sentiasa beramal dan takut kepadaNya?

Greenboc
a.k.a. mahazalim


Komen-komen pengunjung terhadap ulasan GB di atas boleh dibaca di SINI


ayuh, kemanusiaan!

Posted: 11 Jun 2010 04:49 AM PDT


(Gambar dicilok dari sini.)

kemanusiaan tak pernah tewas
walau Mavi Marmara tinggal bangkai
walau Rachel Corrie dilenyek bak bangkai

Gazajaya – dikepung syaitan
kemanusiaan tetap hidup
merdeka

kemanusiaan akan mati
bila manusia tiada agama
dan pemerintah hilang punca

Putrajaya – dikuasai rakan syaitan
kemanusiaan hampir mati
lemas

ayuh ke Putrajaya
kita mulakan bantuan
kemanusiaan di sana.

- mudin001 -
6 Jun 2010
Seberang Jaya.

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Posted: 11 Jun 2010 04:57 AM PDT


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"Luncai" - Hadiah Untukmu Blogger!

Posted: 11 Jun 2010 03:09 AM PDT

Presiden PAS Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang hari ini mahu semua anggotanya memberikan ketaatan dan wala' (kesetiaan) kepada parti dan pemimpinnya yang "menjalankan tugas sepanjang masa, bukannya bermusim".

Katanya, kesemua pemimpin tersebut - yang terdiri daripada pelbagai latarbelakang termasuk ulama dan profesional - dipilih sendiri oleh ahli-ahli dalam muktamarnya tahun lalu.

"Adunan ini jugalah yang memperkasakan PAS untuk memimpin negara, dengan menolak jahiliyah sekularisma yang meminggirkan Islam dan memisahkan urusan dunia daripada Islam," katanya.

Berucap dalam muktamar ke-56 parti itu di Pengkalan Chepa hari ini, Abdul Hadi juga mengingatkan anggota dan pemimpinnya tidak terpedaya dan "hanyut bersama luncai di luar parti yang berkeliaran dengan labu-labunya".

"Alhamdulillah, walaupun kita berhadapan dengan cabaran sebegini, tidak ada seorang pun di kalangan kita yang terkeluar daripada bahtera perjuangan mengikut telatah luncai-luncai itu, walau pun menghadapi ribut dan gelombang yang datang dari segenap penjuru," katanya di hadapan kira-kra 2,000 perwakilan dan pemerhati.

Beberapa pemimpin kanan Pakatan Rakyat turut hadir dalam muktamar itu, antaranya Ketua Umum PKR Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, tokoh popular DAP Lim Kit Siang, penyelaras Pakatan Datuk Zaid Ibrahim dan wakil-wakil parti Islam daripada luar negara.

Sementara itu, menyentuh soal hubungan dalam Pakatan Rakyat, Abdul Hadi berkata selepas beberapa siri pilihan raya kecil sebelum ini, terutamanya di Sibu, telah menunjukkan kesetiaan dan kebersamaan gerak kerja yang baik.

"Oleh yang demikian, pendekatan fekah politik Islam yang dipegang oleh PAS menerusi amalan tahaluf siyasi (kerjasama politik) dalam Pakatan, dengan model Islam yang sebenar, akan terus diperkasakan," kata beliau yang juga ahli parlimen Marang.

Bagaimanapun, tambah Adul Hadi (kanan) lagi, penyertaan parti Islam itu dalam gerakan politik Islam mewajibkannya meneruskan persaudaraan ukhuwah (persaudaraan) dengan semua kumpulan Islam dengan penuh tasamuh.

"Inilah yang mewajibkan semua kumpulan Islam berada dalam saf (barisan) perjuangan Islam bersama PAS.

"Ukhwah yang dibina ini pula, wajar untuk digerakkan ke arah melaksanakan tanggungjawab amal Islami yang syumul (lengkap) di segenap pelusuk negara," katanya. -mk


Ulasan GB

Terima kasih Datuk Seri Presiden untuk gelaran Luncai itu sekalipun ia mungkin bukan bertujuan untuk semua blogger.

Sebenarnya, blogger tidak pernah mengharapkan penghargaan dan balasan daripada parti sekalipun blogger selama ini telah bekerja keras untuk kemenangan parti sebelum, semasa dan sesudah pilihanraya.

Ada blogger yang bersengkang mata dari pagi sampai ke malam, malam sampai ke pagi, untuk menyediakan dan menyebarkan berita alternatif kepada rakyat yang umum mengetahui bahawa berita-berita parti tidak disampaikan secara jujur oleh media massa arus perdana.

Dan tatkala blogger bekerja, tatkala itu sudah ramai pemimpin parti yang sudah tidur lena.

Dan apabila blogger menegur pemimpin, contohnya di dalam isu UG, satu gagasan yang telah menyebabkan parti kehilangan sokongan dari pengundi atas pagar, tiba-tiba pemimpin melenting dan kemudian menuduh blogger tidak wala', tidak setia dan seumpamanya.

Kalau dulu blogger dituduh menerima habuan dari seseorang, dituduh penyebar "fitnah yang benar", kini dikatakan blogger dari golongan fasiq lalu dibacakan ayat supaya berhati-hati menerima berita dari orang fasiq.

Sefasiq-fasiq ahli, ia tidak memberi impak kepada jemaaah seluruhnya, tetapi sealim-alim pemimpin yang memegang parti akan menghancurkan parti seluruhnya apabila mangaturkan perencanaan jahat untuk bersekongkol dengan musuh.

Saya igin bertanya berapa nilai yang parti hargai dan pernah bayar terhadap peranan dan sumbangan blogger selama ini untuk kemenangan calon-calon parti?

Malah blogger ini terus bekerja sekalipun tidak dihargai, kerana masing-masing belajar untuk mengikhlaskan diri terhadap deen dengan harapan Allah s.w.t. akan membalas sekalipun manusia melupakan mereka setidak-tidaknya Allah mengampunkan dosa-dosa kefasikan jika ada dilakukan oleh para blogger terlibat.

Tetapi adalah menjadi tanggungjawab parti untuk menjaga mereka, memupuk dan menyuburkan mereka supaya mereka terus berada di persada siber berjuang, tetapi apa yang berlaku, mereka dihadiahkan dengan gelaran lapuk bernama Luncai.

Ada yang menempelak GB, mana keikhlasanmu jika mengharapkan balasan?

GB tidak mengharapkan balasan, tetapi seperti yang GB utara di atas menjadi tanggungjawab dan kewajipan parti untuk menilai dan menghargai peranan blogger selama ini. Sementelah lagi blogger juga adalah manusia biasa, bukan robot-robot - malah robot-robot juga perlu digerakkan dengan sesuatu yang bukan sekadar air liur!

Jika demikian apakah Presiden, Timbalan Presiden dan semua pimpinan PAS sudah cukup ikhlas terhadap parti tanpa sebarang imbuhan? Jika demikian pulangkan sahaja gaji-gaji dan elaun-elaun Yang Berhormat 100% yang nilainya ribuan RM seorang itu kepada parti jika benar-benar berjuang kerana agama.

Tiada yang lebih mendukacitakan apabila Presiden sendiri tanpa segan silu di dalam satu jawapan kepada wartawan baru-baru ini bahawa beliau tidak membaca blog.

Blogger tidak kisah Tuan Presiden tidak membaca blog, tetapi anehnya beliau boleh menuduh blogger menyebarkan fitnah. Apakah semua blogger menyebarkan fitnah maka lantaran itu Tuan Presiden lansung tidak mahu menjengah blogger yang sebahagian besarnya berjuang untuk untuk parti?

Blogger tidak kisah Tuan Presiden tidak membaca blog tetapi setidak-tidaknya rakyat terbanyak dan para ahli memerlukan berita dari blog - kerana itulah sumber alternatif yang ada kini.

Beberapa orang blogger telah pun mengundurkan diri kerana hal yang GB nyatakan di atas - seperti TARAKNAMA keluhannya boleh dibaca di karpet hijau Blog GB, KetuaPerusuh dan lain-lain.

Dan jika parti terus-terusan tidak menghargai blogger sebaliknya mengambil sikap bermusuhan dengan mereka, kita sama berserah kepada Allah - alaisallahu biahkamil- hakimiin - bukankah Dia sebaik-baik Hakim?

Tidak semua blogger bebal seperti yang diucapkan oleh Tuan Presiden seperti yang diungkapkan melalui sepotong hadith yang dibacakan sewaktu ucapan perasmian pagi tadi, kerana mana tahu ada di kalangan blogger itu antara kekasih-kekasih Allah juga yang sentiasa beramal dan takut kepadaNya?

Greenboc
a.k.a. mahazalim


Kalau Dapat Bini Muda, Jangan Lupa... -Mohd Amar Nik Abdullah

Posted: 11 Jun 2010 02:21 AM PDT


JUN 11, 2010: "KALAU dapat bini muda, janganlah dilupa bini tua. Buruk-buruk pun, biarlah, bini pertama," kata perwakilan Kelantan Datuk Mohd Amar Nik Abdullah disambut gelak ketawa kira-kira 1000 perwakilan di Pusat Trabiah Islamiyyah Kelantan (PUTIK) di Pengkalan Chepa hari ini.

"Biarlah kita igat (tangkap) dua-dua (pihak). Janganlah yang dikejar tak dapat, yang dikendong berciciran." Tambahnya lagi.

Komen Blog Ibnu Hasyim
: Mendengar guruh dilangit, air di tempayan dicurahkan. Mengharap dengan membuka ruang lebih besar kepada penyertaan bukan Islam, jangan sampai orang Melayu Islam lari meninggalkan PAS.

Mungkin begitulah kira-kira maksudnya. Komen mesra menarik, tajam dan lucu dari Datuk Mohd Amar Nik Abdullah. Ingat! Sekali-kali jangan lupa bini tua.. dapat tak dapat bini muda, tak kira!


Famous Teluk Chempedak Part 1.

Posted: 11 Jun 2010 08:06 AM PDT

The people of Pahang love TC.
Both local and foreign tourists will not give this beach a miss. I have taken this place for granted because its so near and one can go standing there anytime..hardly 5 minutes drive.

I persuaded my 'boss' to go to the beach yesterday morning, this morning and late this evening whereby I finally decided to lug my camera.
It wasn't a romantic beach walk..I just thought of doing some brisk walking by the beach.
For the whole week, I didn't pop into any of the aerobics/yoga classes.
So I thought since both of us are terribly overweight, we must do at least some mild exercises.
I have managed to finally explore the wooden bridge leading to the secluded beach.
The beach being hidden on the other side has not been taken care properly by the MPK.
Lots of neglect obviously.

The wooden bridge is still okay but plank replacements must be done at certain parts of the bridge.
The protruding overhead branches must be trimmed!

Telok Chempedak must be made into a top tourist destination in Pahang.
There must be all kinds of facilities to make the place more exciting.
The gift shops are rather boring. Some of the restaurants look dirty and untidy.

And for the safety of our swimmers, where are our hunky 'baywatch' guys? hehe


p.s. Photos of secluded beach on next entry..below are the snapshots of the TC main beach.




















I think the mad-dog hatred of Israel is more or less because it is a Jewish state. Period by Victor Davis Hanson

Posted: 11 Jun 2010 06:04 AM PDT

It is hard to become much more influential than the doyen of the White House press corps, who is given a ceremonial front-rows seat at press briefings and press conferences. So when Helen Thomas suggested that the Israelis should leave their country and "go home" to Poland and Germany, this was not some obscure, eccentric anti-Semite, but a liberal insider who has come to enjoy iconic status and a sense of exemption from criticism.

Note that Ms. Thomas did not call for just a West Bank free of Jews. And she did not just wish for the elimination of the nation of Israel itself. Rather, Thomas envisions the departure of Israelis to the sites of the major death camps seven decades ago where six million Jews were gassed.

Turkey's role in aiding and abetting the flotilla, and its subsequent anti-Israeli outbursts, were excessive even by the often sick standards of the Middle East — but not exactly new. State-run Turkish television has aired virulent anti-Semitic dramas like the 2006 Valley of the Wolves, in which a Jewish doctor harvests organs from captured Iraqi civilians. Former Turkish prime minister Necmettin Erbakan once claimed that the Jews had instigated World War I in order to create Israel. Israel, Erbakan further asserted, in full-blown Hitlerian prose, was a "disease" and a "bacteria" that needed to be eradicated. The current prime minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, talks of sending in the Turkish fleet to confront the Israeli blockade, says he is sick of Israeli lies, and warns that his new Turkey is not "a young and rootless nation," as Israel presumably is (note the code word "rootless"). So speaks our NATO partner and EU wannabe. This week, in reaction to criticism from the West, Erdogan labeled such concerns "dirty propaganda" — note well, not just propaganda but a "dirty" sort.

In an odd way, Thomas's sick suggestions and Turkey's new Islamist and vehemently anti-Israel foreign policy will have a liberating effect on Israel. After all, if the ceremonial head of the White House press corps wants Israel's citizens either gone or dead, there is a legitimate suspicion that things are not quite right in the capital of Israel's staunchest ally. And if the most secular, democratic, and pro-Western Muslim country in the Middle East wishes to pick a fight to prove its Muslim fides, then there is not much hope that Israel is going to win over anyone else in that region.

Anti-Semitism as displayed by both Thomas and Turkey's leaders is not predicated on criticizing Israel, much less disagreeing with its foreign policy. Instead, it hinges upon focusing singularly on Israeli behavior, and applying a standard to it that is never extended to any other nation. There are plenty of disputes over borders and land in the world. But to Helen Thomas or the Turkish government, Kashmir or the Russian-Chinese border matters little — although the chances of escalation to nuclear confrontation are far greater there than on the West Bank. Has Thomas ever popped off, "Why don't those Chinese just get the hell out of Tibet?" or "Why don't those Indians just get out of Kashmir?"

The Palestinian "refugees" — a majority of whom are the children, grandchildren, or great-grandchildren of people actually displaced in 1948 — compose a small part of the world's refugee population. There are millions of refugees in Rwanda, the Congo, and Darfur. Well over a half-million Jews were ethnically cleansed from the major Arab capitals between 1947 and 1973, each wave of expulsion cresting after a particular Mideast war. Again, few care to demonstrate for the plight of any of these people. Continue to Victor Davis Hanson's article in 2 3 4 Next National Review


The Erdogan government crafted the Mavi Marmara affair as a piece of theater by Spengler

Posted: 11 Jun 2010 04:25 AM PDT

We've been had, boys and girls: the international community, the world press, Israeli intelligence, the United Nations, the lot of us. The existential drama off the Gaza coast turns out to be a Turkish farce, the kind of low comedy that in 1782 Wolfgang Mozart set to music in the opera The Abduction from the Seraglio, with Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan playing the buffo-villain Osmin and Turkish self-exiled preacher and author Fethullah Gulen as the wise Pasha Selim.

In the post-American world, where every wannabe and used-to-be power makes momentary deals with other powers it plans to kill later, one makes inferences with caution. But I've seen this opera before.

Gulen, who lives in Pennsylvania in the United States, was silent as a jinn in a bottle about politics until last Friday, when he told the Wall Street Journal that the Free Gaza flotilla's attempt to run the Israeli blockage of Gaza "is a sign of defying authority, and will not lead to fruitful matters". Erdogan's Islamists have run a two-year campaign of judicial activism against secular politicians, journalists and army officers, and secular critics long have alleged that Gulen is the clerical power behind the prime minister.

For the secretive Gulen to criticize the Turkish government in the midst of its public rage against Israel is an imam-bites-dog story. Gulen appears to have positioned himself as a mediator with Israel. Turkey does not want to end its longstanding relationship with Israel; it wants Israel to become a Turkish vassal-state in emulation of the old Ottoman model. The killing last week by Israeli commandos of nine activists on board the Mavi Marmara served numerous goals, and Gulen's grand return to Turkish politics appears to be one of them. The question that every commentator in the Turkish press asked over the weekend, in one form or other, was: When will this voice of Muslim moderation re-emerge as an open force in the ruling Islamist party?

There is every indication that the Turkish government dispatched the Gaza flotilla in order to stage a violent confrontation. The Erdogan government announced that it had carefully vetted the passenger list on the Mavi Marmara, which is to say that it knew that many of the passengers boarded with the intention of achieving "martyrdom" in a clash with the Israelis. They must have known this, for both the Turkish as well as the Palestinian press ran interviews with family members of some of the nine dead passengers explaining this intent.

The passengers' plans for martyrdom have been celebrated in the Arab press, and translated on the website of the Middle East Media Research Institute. The Turkish government also knew that the Insani Yardim Vakfi (IHH), the Islamic charity behind the Gaza flotilla, had ties to Hamas, for it had banned the IHH from charitable activity in Turkey a decade ago due to its connection to an organization that the previous secular government regarded as terrorist.

What explains Israel's apparent intelligence failure? Israel fields a small service tasked with operations in Iran, southern Lebanon, Gaza and Syria among other prospective enemies. The Mossad probably relied on counterparts in Turkish intelligence - with whom it has a long history of collaboration - to cover the passenger list on the Mavi Marmara. The often-unreliable Debka claims that "Turkish intelligence duped Israel", which in this case is likely. By stealth or by sloth, Israel was roped into the comedy.

The star of the comedy, at least for the Turkish media, is Gulen. The 78-year-old imam has lived in self-imposed exile for two decades, due to charges by Turkish prosecutors that he led a conspiracy to subvert the secular state. He presides over Turkey's largest religious movement, commanding the loyalty of two-thirds of the Turkish police, according to some reports. His movement - a transnational civic society movement inspired by Gulen's teachings - also controls a network of elite schools that educate a tenth of the high school students in the Turkic world from Baku to Kyrgyzstan. And it reportedly controls businesses with tens of billions of dollars in assets.

His movement has been expelled from the Russian Federation and his followers arrested in Uzbekistan by local authorities who believe his goal is a pan-Turkic union from the Bosporus to China's western Xinjiang province ("East Turkestan" to Gulen's movement).

In Mozart's Abduction, Belmonte and Pedrillo descend into the pasha's harem to rescue Kostanze; in last week's version, Israeli commandos descended onto the Mavi Marmara. And there is the stock villain of Viennese comedy, the Turk Osmin, played by Erdogan. The predictable occurs, and the prospective Shahidi become actual corpses. And Erdogan threatens Israel with terrible things, in emulation of Mozart's Osmin, who sings:

"First you'll be beheaded!
Then hanged!
Then spitted on hot stakes!
Then bound, and burned, and drowned, and finally skinned!"


This, one supposes, is supposed to frighten the children in the audience, who then will smile and clap when the Wise Old Man enters to urge moderation, caution and respect for authority, in the person of Gulen. The Islamic shift in Turkey has been underway for years. As Rachel Sharon-Krespin wrote in the Middle East Quarterly(Winter 2009):

As Turkey's ruling Justice and Development Party (Adalet ve Kalkinma Partisi, AKP) begins its seventh year in leadership, Turkey is no longer the secular and democratic country that it was when the party took over. The AKP has conquered the bureaucracy and changed Turkey's fundamental identity. Prior to the AKP's rise, Ankara oriented itself toward the United States and Europe. Today, despite the rhetoric of European Union accession, Prime Minister Erdogan has turned Turkey away from Europe and toward Russia and Iran and re-oriented Turkish policy in the Middle East away from sympathy toward Israel and much more toward friendship with Hamas, Hezbollah, and Syria.

We are now in a post-American world, at least where the Barack Obama administration is concerned, and Turkey like its neighbors is scrambling for position. What does Turkey want in a post-American world? The question itself seems stupid, for the obvious answer is: "Whatever it can get." It wants to become the dominant regional power rather than Iran, casting a wolfish glance at Iran's Azeri population, who speak Turkish rather than Persian. It wants to "mediate" the Israeli-Palestinian issue and is not squeamish about its prospective partners. It wants Palestine to be an Ottoman province once again. It wants to be the energy hub for the Middle East and the outlet for Russian and Azerbaijani pipelines. Continued here...


Congressman Mike Pence (R-IN): "Mr. President, Whose Side Are You On?"

Posted: 11 Jun 2010 04:02 AM PDT

Pence slams Obama's anti-Israel and pro-Palestinian agenda.


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Hamas wants a “final solution.” Its supporters must know that.

Posted: 11 Jun 2010 03:57 AM PDT

Israel is at war, and if Israel were to be defeated, much of the world would not shed wet tears. What would happen after such a defeat? No one can seriously doubt that Hamas has genocidal intentions. Abdallah Jarbu, Hamas's deputy minister of religion, recently asserted that Jews "want to present themselves to the world as if they have rights, but, in fact, they are foreign bacteria — a microbe unparalleled in the world." Jarbu thien offered this prayer: "May He annihilate this filthy people who have neither religion nor conscience."

Jarbu is restating what Hamas's Iranian sponsors have been saying for years. Kayhan, the newspaper that speaks for Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, recently called Israel a "cancerous tumor" that must be excised from "the Islamic Middle East." The goal, Kayhan added, must be Israel's "total annihilation from the political geography of the region." Let's stipulate that not all those who support the Gaza "Freedom Flotilla" would welcome a second Holocaust. But let's acknowledge, too, that those who do not endorse genocide feel it unnecessary to distance themselves from those who do.

The American journalist Helen Thomas was videotaped last week saying that Israelis should return to "Germany and Poland." What was shocking here was not Thomas's anti-Semitism (long well known) but that she was echoing, with just a tad more subtlety, the message radioed last week from the flotilla's Turkish flagship to the Israelis: "Shut up, go back to Auschwitz." There also was this pro-terrorism message: "We're helping Arabs go against the U.S., don't forget 9/11."

Despite such evidence, most media have been reporting that those aboard the flotilla were on a "humanitarian mission," attempting to deliver needed aid. Few have mentioned that Palestinians already are the largest per capita recipients of foreign aid in the world. Israel itself delivers as much as 15,000 tons of aid to Gazans every week. More comes from the U.S. and Europe via the United Nations, which has a massive relief operation in Gaza — to which the Turks have contributed but a pittance, as my colleague Claudia Rosett has pointed out. A Washington Post reporter in Gaza last week noted that "grocery stores are stocked wall-to-wall with everything from fresh Israeli yogurts and hummus to Cocoa Puffs. Pharmacies look as well-supplied as a typical Rite Aid in the United States."

The reporter added, however, that Gaza has become "a mini-welfare state." That indicates that what is needed is not relief but development — not shiploads of free food but paying jobs. And that, in turn, requires investment in factories, businesses, and agriculture. Gaza lacks such investment because it is ruled by Hamas, which, again, is at war with Israel. Hamas leaders reject any and all steps that might lead to peace. Abdallah Jarbu has laid out the Hamas position clearly: "I condemn whoever believes in normalizing relations with [Israelis], whoever supports sitting down with them, and whoever believes that they are human beings. They are not human beings. They are not people." Continue to Clifford May's article on page 2 of the National Review


Pekerja pilihanraya Bn kena tipu ???

Posted: 11 Jun 2010 03:50 AM PDT



Mana duit kami?

HULU YAM – Beberapa belia yang ditugaskan melakukan kerja-kerja pembersihan dan penurunan poster, kain rentang dan bendera Barisan Nasional (BN) selepas pilihan raya kecil (PRK) Parlimen Hulu Selangor lalu menuntut supaya bayaran dijanjikan dijelaskan segera.

Mereka mendakwa dijanjikan bayaran tertentu sebagai upah melakukan kerja tersebut sehari selepas BN diumumkan memenangi kerusi Parlimen ini.

Salah seorang petugas terbabit, Mohd Arif Mokhtar, 34, berkata, dia dan beberapa rakan lain sepatutnya dibayar sebaik kerja yang diarahkan telah dilaksanakan.

Tetapi katanya, setelah lebih sebulan dijanjikan, bayaran yang hanya berjumlah RM2,500 itu masih belum dijelaskan.

"Kami diminta melakukan kerja-kerja tersebut oleh seorang yang bergelar Datuk yang juga bekas wakil rakyat BN di sebuah Dewan Undangan Negeri (DUN) di Selangor.

"Saya sendiri telah bercakap dengannya menerusi telefon dan beliau mengarahkan kerja-kerja itu dilakukan segera bagi mengelak didenda.

"Tetapi, setelah semuanya selesai, bayaran yang dijanjikan tidak dijelaskan sehingga ke hari ini," katanya kepada Sinar Harian semalam.

Mohd Arif berkata, jumlah RM2,500 itu ditetap berdasarkan kos pengangkutan yang disewa selama tiga hari untuk melakukan kerja-kerja tersebut selain bayaran pekerja.

Menurutnya, kerja-kerja itu dilakukan di sekitar Hulu Yam meliputi tujuh buah kampung dan lima taman perumahan termasuk di jalan-jalan utama.

Sementara itu, menurut seorang lagi pekerja, Mohd Faiz Rosli, 28, berkata, dia agak terkilan dengan sikap yang ditunjukkan pemimpin terbabit sehingga sanggup menipu.

Menurutnya, sebagai belia, dia kecewa kerana semangat mereka berkempen sebelum ini termasuk melaksanakan tugas yang diberikan dibayar dengan perbuatan sedemikian.

"Pada awalnya, kami tak rasa akan ditipu kerana dijanjikan oleh seorang yang berpengaruh dan kerap mendesak supaya kerja-kerja penurunan poster dan bendera itu dilakukan segera.

"Tetapi, malangnya pemimpin itu menipu dengan alasan yang pelbagai," katanya.

Mohd Faiz berkata, kesanggupannya untuk melaksanakan kerja-kerja itu didorong rasa semangat atas kemenangan calon BN, P Kamalanathan yang menang di PRK lalu.

Tetapi, sebagai belia kampung berkenaan dia kecewa kerana ditipu oleh pemimpin berkenaan.

Shafri Rashid, 49, pula berkata, sekiranya bayaran itu tidak dijelaskan, tindakan laporan polis akan dibuat.

Selain itu, dia juga akan membawa perkara itu ke pengetahuan pemimpin atasan termasuk Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak. - Sinar harian


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