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Pakatan top leaders informed why Khalid must go? Good. Now inform their bosses too!

August 4, 2014

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    Malaysianinsider reports today that vide a 50-plus-page report, PKR will explain to top Pakatan Rakyat leaders the reasons for the move to remove Khalid as Selangor MB. The report, which is expected to be distributed tomorrow, apparently contains details of, amongst other things, Khalid’s RM66.67 million debt settlement with Bank Islam and the sale of […]

Dato Seri, sir, could we have some CAT, please?

August 1, 2014

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  In a post in February, this year, I had asked whether the Pakatan Selangor state government was “heading into a crisis that it might not recover from should there be a move to replace Khalid after the by-election?”. Then,  PKR seemed to be going out of its way to distance the Kajang Move from talk that […]

Mengukur ke-Islaman Isma dengan Islam Nabi Muhammad SAW

July 13, 2014

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“Dan janganlah bercampur kebenaran dengan perkara yang salah atau menyembunyikan kebenaran, padahal anda tahu” – Surah 2 ayat 42 dari Al-Quran Beberapa tahun yang lalu, satu bancian telah dijalankan di kalangan masyarakat Melayu / Islam. Salah satu soalan yang dikemukakan kepada mereka yang ditinjau: Adakah mereka menganggap diri mereka terlebih dahulu sebagai umat Islam atau orang […]

Coming together to save our nation

July 10, 2014

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How many of you partook of the game of ‘Chopping’ in your primary school years? Where, during the school recess, after a quick meal in the tuck shop and onto the playing field, you sadistically took aim at the nearest person with a tennis ball, or any ball of almost similar size, and hoped to hit that […]

Please, sir, will you stay the hands of the prosecution?

May 22, 2014

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  My sedition trial was scheduled to start today and continue tomorrow. This, despite there being an application pending in the High Court to strike out the charge on grounds that the Sedition Act is bad law. We had, on Monday, sought a postponement of the trial to allow the above application to be heard […]

Is the Sedition Act unconstitutional?

May 19, 2014

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I have long believed that it is. Lawyers representing me in my sedition charge pending in the Sessions Court hold the same view. With this in mind, an application was filed in the High Court, seeking the charge, which came up for mention this morning and is set for trial on 22nd and 23rd of […]

Self defence? Two arrows? In different directions?

May 17, 2014

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“Police have wrapped up their investigations in the case where an army officer shot two arrows at a stray dog which died yesterday after suffering from severe tick fever. Kajang OCPD ACP Abdul Rashid Abdul Wahab said papers had been forwarded to Bukit Aman, although he doubted whether the suspect would be charged. “He claimed […]