Friday, September 23, 2011

Pakatan cautious over BN’s proposed changes

Anwar also says he is concerned with the Malaysian Airlines-Air Asia merger, whether it will protect the interest of Air Asia staff and national interest.


A-G bad choice to draw up ISA replacement laws, says ex-CID chief

Criminal allegations have been made against Abdul Gani.

Datuk Seri Najib Razak has picked the wrong man to spearhead his legal transformation programme, a former senior police officer said today.

Datuk Mat Zain Ibrahim urged the prime minister to rethink his choice of Attorney-General Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail to lead the government group tasked with drawing up two new security laws to replace the soon-to-be repealed Internal Security Act (ISA) and other laws that allow for preventive detention.

“Concern arises because PM Najib is still using the services of an Attorney-General whom the government itself has confirmed to be involved in criminal wrongdoing in the name of public justice,” the ex-Criminal Investigation Department (CID) chief said today in an open letter.

Cable thieves found with RM1m worth of loot

Copper cables seized

SEIZED: TM technicians helping a Klang police station personnel sort through stolen cables at the scrapyard

Two electric cable thieves were arrested at an illegal scrap yard in Jalan Sungai Jati on Monday with stolen cables and electrical transformers worth RM1 million.

The duo, aged 41 and 19, were nabbed during a police joint operation called Ops Lusuh with assistance from Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) and Telekom Malaysia Berhad (TM).

"Acting on a tip-off that an illegal scrap metal yard was selling stolen cables and transformers, we observed the two suspects over the past week before raiding their premises," said South Klang district police chief ACP Mohamad Mat Yusop yesterday.

Muhyiddin denies Bangladesh workers given fast track citizenship

Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin denied claims made by a Bangladesh government website that Bangladeshi workers here were given citizenship in exchange for their votes.


IGP: BN may lose power if ISA issue not addressed

Barisan Nasional (BN) may lose the next general election if the ruling coalition does not tackle issues surrounding the Internal Security Act (ISA), says top cop Tan Sri Ismail Omar.

The Inspector-General of Police wrote this in a book that was published before Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak announced plans to repeal the security law last week.

In the book titled “1 Malaysia Menjana Negara Sejahtera dan Bahagia Menjelang 2020”, Ismail (picture) said the law, introduced in 1960, would continue to be a hotly-debated political issue, increasing support for the opposition.

Nine hours to put out warehouse fire

UP IN FLAMES: The blaze engulfing the warehouse and threatening to spread to neighbouring houses

It took 70 firemen close to nine hours to put out a blaze at a furniture and groceries warehouse here yesterday.

The fire, which began at 12.40am, was first seen by a warehouse worker staying inside the premises.

It started at one end of the half-wooden and half-concrete building and quickly engulfed it.

The warehouse was formerly a rubber factory owned by Lian Hup Corporation Sdn Bhd.

Khalid receives full report on DUMC

Selangor MB Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim says he will make the relevant announcement following discussion with Selangor ruler regarding the Damansara Utama Methodist Church.


DAP takes dig at BN parties over hudud

Lim said the hudud issue had been played up to create cracks within Pakatan Rakyat.

The DAP said today that Barisan Nasional’s (BN) unity should also be questioned following disagreement among component parties in the ruling coalition over the implementation of hudud law.

DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng told reporters that since the issue of hudud has been played up to create cracks within Pakatan Rakyat (PR), BN too should be asked the same question.

“MCA doesn’t agree to hudud. Umno agrees. So will BN split? Why is this not asked of BN?” the Penang chief minister said.

MCA president Datuk Seri Chua Soi Lek said this morning that it will leave the ruling coalition if hudud law is implemented by Umno.

“MCA’s stand is very clear. We will object strongly to hudud. If Umno wants to implement hudud, we will pull MCA out of Barisan Nasional — simple as that,” he said.

FAM fined!

FEELING THE HEAT: Malaysia must ensure no more untoward incidences occur in future matches or risk further punishment from Fifa

Fifa have slapped the FA of Malaysia (FAM) with fines amounting to RM15,820 in relation to the pre-World Cup round two return-leg match between Malaysia and Singapore at the National Stadium in Bukit Jalil on July 28.

This was confirmed by the world body in a statement to Mailsport yesterday.

Naza records milestone with 150,000th vehicle

Mukhriz (left) and Nasarudin with the 150,000th vehicle to roll out at the NAM plant in Gurun

NAZA Automotive Manufacturing Sdn Bhd (NAM), the manufacturing arm of the Naza Group, celebrated the production of its 150,000th vehicle at its plant in Gurun, Kedah, yesterday.

NAM began operations in May 2004 and rolled out its first vehicle, a Naza Ria, in August that year.

Namewee's Nasi Lemak 2.0


Filmmaker takes on racial rows via food

Amid racial discord and religious spats that have marred the outlook for Malaysia, a young filmmaker has taken up the issue in a light-hearted movie named for an iconic rice dish said to be symbolic of the Southeast Asian nation.

“Nasi Lemak 2.0,” by 28-year-old Namewee (picture), is a comedy that parodies ethnic stereotypes about Malaysia‘s three main races, sparking national debate about a usually taboo subject.

The film follows a brash young ethnic Chinese chef who is forced to rethink his racial prejudices after he falls on hard times. After losing his restaurant, he is forced to ask for help from a Malay nasi lemak seller he had previously scorned and is sent on a journey to learn how to make the dish.

Nasi lemak is made up of several components such as rice and spicy sambal, each from a different culture. The dish, not tossed into one, is said to reflect how the different races live together in Malaysia but maintain their identities.

“The most serious problem in Malaysia is the racial policy,” Namewee, a second-generation Malaysian ethnic Chinese, said in an interview.

“This policy can still be maintained but it shouldn’t be separated by what colour you are. It should be defined by how poor you are.”

Racial harmony is a common theme in Namewee’s films and music, which argue that a decades-old policy favouring ethnic Malays has bred a culture of inertia among Malays and widespread resentment among the country’s minorities.

MCA threatens to quit BN if Umno implements hudud law

The MCA will leave the ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition if hudud law is implemented by Umno.

“MCA’s stand is very clear. We will object strongly to hudud. If Umno wants to implement hudud, we will pull MCA out of Barisan Nasional - simple as that,” MCA president Datuk Sri Dr Chua Soi Lek told reporters here today.

“Our stand is very clear. Umno wants to implement hudud, MCA is no party to it, we’ll get out of it,” he added.

When asked to comment on Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin’s statement yesterday that Umno supported hudud law in principle, Dr Chua (picture) said: “That can be understood because all Muslim support the teachings of the Quran. But you must see his qualifying statement that Malaysia is not ready to implement hudud law. And that’s very clear.”

PM's Dept Hari Raya open house

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and wife Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor on Wednesday joined about 4,000 Prime Minister's Department personnel at the Hari Raya open house of the department.


Slain TV cameraman’s wife opens up for first time

Norazarina Jaafar
SAD REFLECTIONS: Norazarina (centre) with her sons and relatives at the burial

The difficult part in handling her husband's sudden death was breaking the heartbreaking news to her two young sons.

"Mak, kenapa orang panggil babah 'hero'?" (Mom, why does everyone call dad a hero?)

This was the question that Norazarina Jaafar had to answer to her eight-year-old son on the day his father, Noramfaizul Mohd Nor, was buried at the Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) Muslim cemetery in Serdang.

Noramfaizul, the Bernama TV cameraman killed while covering a humanitarian aid mission led by Putera 1Malaysia Club to Somalia on Sept 2, was laid to rest two days later.

Teen may have rejected sexual advances

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The teenage college girl whose charred remains were found by residents Kampung Lembah Jaya Utara in Ampang on Sept 5 could have been killed after ignoring sexual advances of her boyfriend, the prime suspect who is now under remand.

"We believe the victim resisted the boyfriend's sexual approaches at his family's home in Selangor. She was then suffocated to death and then burnt as a means of disposing evidence," said Federal Crime Investigation Department (CID) director Datuk Seri Mohd Bakri Zinin when met at the Selangor police headquarters in Shah Alam yesterday.

He said an autopsy on the victim, Nurul Awati Mohamad Shakri, 19, was complete.

PM: RM50bil for rural SMEs, more to come

Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak says there will be a host of good news for Malaysians in Budget 2012.


Umno blogs use sex video to attack Customs ahead of Sarbaini verdict

Umno-linked blogs have released a sex video in an apparent attempt to tarnish the reputation of Customs officers ahead of Monday’s verdict in the inquest into the death of Ahmad Sarbaini Mohamed.

The video — which appears to have been secretly recorded — shows a Malay man engaging in sex with a Caucasian woman in what looks like a hotel room.

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

DAP steps up recruitment of Malay-Bumi members

The DAP, often seen as a “Chinese party” by critics, is working to bring Malay and Bumiputera bloggers into the fold in an effort to broaden the party’s appeal ahead of possible polls next year.

DAP central committee member Anthony Loke said an announcement that several Malay and Dayak bloggers have agreed to join the party will be made soon, possibly later this month.

“We have been actively courting several Malay bloggers... but we’re still in talks. We will only make an announcement after the Hari Raya break,” he told The Malaysian Insider recently.

“We have had preliminary discussions (with the bloggers) and they have shown positive interest in joining DAP. We hope their entry will encourage others to join DAP.”

Loke (picture), who is also DAP Socialist Youth chief, said the initiative was part of a wider strategy to get more Malay and Bumiputera leaders to join the opposition party, whose leadership is dominated by the Chinese.

Scalded lover runs naked to police station

A MAN ran naked for 5km to the safety of a police station after his girlfriend splashed boiling water on his private parts.

Harian Metro, quoting sources, said the man had told his 24-year-old girlfriend the night before that he wanted to end their relationship.

They had initially booked into a hotel in Kuala Lumpur that Saturday night.

An argument broke out between them when the man announced that their relationship was over.

“She returned to the hotel the next morning, bringing a bag containing among others, three knives, two pairs of scissors, a hammer and a brick,” a source said.

She started to boil water to prepare breakfast.

Tremors jolt Penangites - Indonesia hit by 6.6 Richter earthquake

Hundreds of residents from high-rise buildings ran out of their homes following tremors after a 6.6-magnitude earthquake jolted the western Indonesian island of Sumatra.

Among the affected people here were those living in Weld Quay, Macallum Street, Tanjung Bungah, Tanjung Tokong, Gurney Drive, Lintang P. Ramlee, Sungai Nibong and Bandar Baru Air Itam.

Penang Fire and Rescue Department assistant director (operations) Mohd Razam Taja Rahim said the department received 16 reports about the tremors.

FAM clueless Submitted by Najiah on Wednesday, September 7th, 2011 * Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) * Football * Sports National body in the dark over Fifa's investigation of pre-World Cup match

The Malaysia-Singapore second round return-leg pre-World Cup match in Kuala Lumpur has caught the attention of Fifa.

Singapore managed to hold Malaysia to a 1-1 draw at the National Stadium in Bukit Jalil en route to earning a 6-4 aggregate win to advance to the next round.

The national Tigers not only had to endure a tongue-lashing from some of their harshest critics but the FA of Malaysia (FAM) could be hauled up by Fifa as they seem to have breached several articles embedded in the Fifa Disciplinary Code.

In an email sent to me yesterday, Fifa's Media Office said: "We can now confirm disciplinary proceedings were opened for crowd disturbance against FAM in relation to this match.

"This case will be submitted to the disciplinary committee which will most likely examine it at their next meeting on Sept 13."

This came about after I questioned the manner in which the match was organised, in the article "Walking a Tightrope", published on Aug 8.

Burnt body in front of house!

GRUESOME FIND: Bagged - The charred remains on an unknown teenager

IT was a shocking find for residents of Kampung Lembah Jaya Utara in Ampang yesterday.

Just metres away from their houses, in some bushes by the roadside, a dead girl was discovered with close to 80 per cent of her body burned.

Her face was beyond recognition.

"It was about 1.30pm when I heard a commotion outside my neighbour's house two doors away," said housewife Siti Fatimah Harun.

"There were a lot of people gathering outside.

"I thought someone had been robbed, but then I saw a dead body near the bushes in front of my neighbour's house. I freaked out!"

Snatch the cases were common for residents there, but to discover a dead girl's body in an area so close to home was just astonishing.

"A resident had spotted the body and contacted the police," Siti Fatimah told The Malay Mail.

Slain Bernama TV cameraman laid to rest

Noramfaizul Mohd Nor was buried at the University Putra Malaysia Muslim cemetery in Serdang after Zohor prayers, Sunday.


Azizan: Mat Sabu should debate with Muhyiddin, not Khairy

Azizan has likened a Khairy-Mohamad debate to a football match between world champions Brazil and Kedah’s team in Tokai, a small village in the northern state.

Kedah Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Azizan Abdul Razak scoffed at Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin today for putting himself forward as a possible candidate to debate with Mohamad Sabu over the Bukit Kepong tragedy, saying the former could not match up to the PAS deputy president.

Instead, Azizan agreed with Mohamad that he should take on Umno deputy president Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin for the challenge.

Chinese education coalition want remove classes improved to reduce dropout rate

Phua Lee Kerk (far right) handing over the memorandum to a special officer from the Education Ministry.

Chinese educationists want government to deal with high dropout rates among their secondary school students, mostly those who struggle with the remove class programme — which is intended to help with their transition from primary education in vernacular schools.

An umbrella grouping of Chinese educationists, Plan of Action for Malaysia (POAM), presented a memorandum this morning to the education ministry demanding the transition process to be improved.

Mercy M'sia prefers 'small team' in Somalia

Humanitarian aid organisation Mercy Malaysia is set to send a team to Somalia for relief work, stressing that small teams are normally deployed when dealing with conflict regions.

"As reference, especially in conflict areas, we rarely send more than five to seven people," said Mercy Malaysia president Dr Ahmad Faizal Mohd Perdaus.

"We will ensure the number is optimum enough for them to perform their duties but also optimum enough to ensure that they are mobile," he told a press conference in Kuala Lumpur today.

Ahmad Faizal was responding to a question on the composition of his organisation's team to Somalia.

He said the number has been determined, but may be reduced for security reasons - the final number will only be disclosed after the review.


Ministry to discuss safety guidelines with media employers

The Human Resources Ministry will discuss with media employers, creating guidelines to ensure the safety of journalists accompanying humanitarian aid missions abroad.

Minister Datuk Dr S. Subramaniam said the guidelines were to prevent media practitioners from becoming victims when covering events in high risk areas.

"Among aspects to be taken into account are the location, training needed and accuracy of information given to journalists before covering events.

"This is to ensure that employers provide the necessary equipment to safeguard the health and safety of journalists," he said after handing over RM1,500 funeral expenses by Social Security Organisation (Socso) to the heirs of BernamaTV cameraman Noramfaizul Mohd Nor at the family home here Wednesday.

Police wash hands off Petknode fiasco

Petaling Jaya police today admitted that they are not investigating the owners of Petknode under the penal code for cheating and theft since the case has been brought to Selangor Department of Veterinary Service.

This is in spite of the fact that more than 30 cat owners have lodged police reports at Sungai Buloh Police Station against the two shop operators for criminal cheating last night.

When pressed by animal welfare activists and pet owners at Bukit Aman today, a police official on the scene, ASP Foo said general law would not be used when there is a specific law concerning the issue.

"Since DVS (Selangor Department of Veterinary Service) is investigating the issue, we are not doing any investigations until they finish," he told the 10-people group.

Malaysian Animal Rights Society (ROAR) President N. Surendran, however, argued that the police would not need to wait for DVS to pursue the probe on cheating.

"This is a clear-cut cheating case, Petknode has taken money from the owner, and promised them for good care on their pets. But that did not happen," he said.

He added that police can immediately classify the case under section 420 of the Penal Code.


PM’s tea with judges implies political tampering, say legal eagles

Najib’s public tea session with the judges is being seen as the first such meeting in the countr

The annual Conference of Judges that kicks off today will include, for possibly the first time, a meeting with the prime minister that critics say will further erode public confidence in the independence of the judiciary.

The Malaysian Insider understands that the judges were initially scheduled to discuss writing judgments this afternoon but a last minute change meant a trip to Putrajaya to meet Datuk Seri Najib Razak in a delegation led by outgoing Chief Justice Tun Zaki Azmi.

Zaki, who set a record for being the fastest-rising judge when he was appointed to the top post after spending less than three years on the Bench, will be clocking out on Friday.

Judicial sources said the initial conference agenda focused on judgments as the paperwork is crucial to close disputes brought to court and can mean life or death in criminal cases. There was also supposed to be a briefing on arbitration.

“This has never happened during my time,” retired judge Datuk Shaik Daud Ismail replied to The Malaysian Insider when asked if there had been any similar meetings between the head of the executive branch of government and the judicial arm of government in past conferences.

Najib says was invited by CJ

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak with attendees of the Judges Conference at the Palace of Justice in Putrajaya September 7, 2011

Datuk Seri Najib Razak insisted today that his administration is committed to upholding an independent judiciary, explaining that he only agreed to visit the Palace of Justice today after being assured that the issue of interference by the executive would not arise.

The prime minister said in his speech at the headquarters of the judiciary today that “I had to think hard whether” to proceed with his working visit today as he was “worried about any negative perceptions” that might arise.

“I only agreed to visit after the chief justice invited me and assured me that there was no problem,” Najib said.

Gold bracelet clue to burnt teen's identity

A PORTRAIT of a pretty teenager found horribly burnt beyond recognition on Monday in Kampung Lembah Jaya Utara in Ampang took shape while her identity remained a mystery.

Ampang Jaya police chief ACP Amiruddin Jamaluddin said the girl, aged 17 to 18, was local, 162-cm tall, fair-skinned and had straight shoulder length hair.

She was wearing a green and black-striped baju kurung when her body was found in some bushes near some houses.

The body was almost naked as the baju kurung on the upper part of the body was burnt off. Pieces of her attire were found in the bushes by the roadside.

Her gold bracelet — with six heart nuggets — on her left hand and a pair of small gold earrings were intact.
There was no trace of a handbag or personal documents, said Amiruddin.

Amiruddin said her body was so severely burnt that she lacked scarring, which would be caused by the mandatory BCG vaccination against tuberculosis.

Anger over deaths of pets left in boarding home

More than 100 people outraged by the death of 16 cats and the near-fatal neglect of hundreds more by a pet boarding home, will gather at Sungai Buloh police station tonight to demand that action be taken against the centre.

The owners who sent their cats to the centre over the Hari Raya holidays will report the two operators of the home for criminal neglect.

Together, the group hopes to pressure the authorities to arrest the operators, trace the other outlets they may have, and put them behind bars.


Police complete investigation paper on Mat Sabu

Police have completed the investigation paper on Mohamad Sabu in relation to remarks allegedly made during a speech last month, national news agency, Bernama, reported today.

The PAS deputy president (picture), more popularly known as Mat Sabu, had touched on the 1950 Bukit Kepong incident in which he said that Mat Indera’s contributions to the nation’s independence struggle had been forgotten following Umno’s alleged whitewashing of the country’s history.

DPM to name 5 BN MPs in select committee on elections

Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin will name the five Barisan Nasional MPs of the parliamentary select committee (PSC) on the electoral process soon, Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz said Wednesday.

Muhyiddin would submit the list of names to the Parliamentary Rights and Privileges Committee chaired by Dewan Rakyat Speaker Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia, he added.

"The three opposition MPs and the sole independent MP could also submit their names to Pandikar before I table the motion at the next sitting of the Dewan Rakyat, in October," told a news conference at the Legal Affairs Division in the Prime Minister's Department, here.

Last month, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak announced that a PSC would be formed to look into ways to improve the country's electoral process.

Bukit Kepong Heroes’ graves in disgrace

In bad shape: Cemetery resembles more of a 'battleground' than a pristine resting place

THEY gave their lives in defence of the country against Communist insurgents.

However, the final resting place of those who died defending the Bukit Kepong police station on Feb 23,
1950, in Muar, Johor, resembled more a rubble-strewn field than a warriors' burial ground.

Even worse, family members of the slain policemen claim they were prevented from upkeeping the graves,
as it was "government property".Information was informed that family members and relatives of the fallen policemen were upset to find part of the cemetery wall collapsed when they visited the Bukit Kepong Muslim graveyard during last week's Hari Raya celebrations.

100 missing cats

Concerned and angry cats owners, Malaysia Animal Welfare Society, Selangor SPCA and other animal welfare groups submitted a memorandum urging the police to locate the missing cats.


Pakatan dares BN to end race formula

Pua was responding to a statement by Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri Aziz, carried by The Malaysian Insider yesterday, in which the latter said it would be unfair to “punish” the Chinese if they chose not to vote for BN Chinese-centric parties.

Pakatan Rakyat (PR) leaders have challenged Datuk Seri Najib Razak to abolish Barisan Nasional’s (BN) race-based formula by turning the coalition into a multiracial party, saying this would resolve the quandary over maintaining Chinese representation in government.

DAP national publicity secretary Tony Pua pointed out to The Malaysian Insider that it was BN’s race-based system that is now causing it to gripe over MCA’s decision to reject Cabinet posts if it were to fare worse in future general elections than it did in Election 2008

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