Tuesday, September 30, 2008

SUASANA DIMALAM RAYA DI PERMATANG PAUH





PERMATANG PAUH-suasana malam raya di Permatang Pauh dimana YB Hamdan Abdul Rahman telah meraikan petugas-petugas pilihanraya dengan berbagai juadah seperti membakar kambing ,dan berbagai hidangan di pusat DUN Permatang Pasir. Dalam masa yang sama takbir hari raya bergema.......





Sementara itu YB Lau EXCO(PKR Batu Kawan) Pertanian negeri Pulau Pinang
sempat singgah dikawasan membakar lemang dan mencuba membakarnya......beliau sempat singgah dan bertanya khabar.....




Perutusan Eidulfitri oleh DSAI

30
Sep
08
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By Anwar Ibrahim

Categories: Anwar

Assalamualaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh,

Saya, mewakili keluarga dan segenap lapisan kepimpinan & akar umbi Parti Keadilan Rakyat ingin mengucapkan Salam Eidulfitri kepada umat Islam di Malaysia dan seluruh dunia amnya.
Ramadhan kini menghampiri penghujung, Syawal bakal menjelang tiba. Umat Islam selepas menunaikan ibadat puasa di bulan yang mulia ini pastinya menyambut kedatangan bulan Syawal dengan rasa penuh kesyukuran.

Bulan Ramadhan ini, sebagaimana yang diulaskan oleh para ulama, adalah madrasah terbaik buat melatih serta mendidik kita umat Islam agar berani dan yakin mendepani segala cabaran yang mendatang. Ramadhan sentiasa mengajar kita betapa kesabaran menjadi paksi kepada kejayaan hakiki dan memperkukuhkan kekuatan ruh serta jiwa. Ini kerana jiwa dan ruh yang membentuk manusia, seperti yang diungkapkan oleh Abul Fath al-Busti:

Perhatikan jiwamu, dan sempurnakan,Kamu insan kerana jiwa, bukan kerana jasad.
Ramadhan pastinya mengingatkan kita akan kisah Pembukaan Kota Mekah(Fath Mekah). Kejayaan Rasulullah S.A.W yang didokong para sahabat baginda wajar menjadi teladan. Kejayaan tersebut sudah tentu tidak datang sekelip mata. Dua tahun sebelum kejayaan membuka Kota Mekah, satu perjanjian yang dikenali sebagai Perjanjian Hudaibiyyah telah dimeterai di antara Rasulullah S.A.W dengan wakil kaum Quraisy.

Tidak sedikit yang merasa ragu dengan perjanjian tersebut. Namun ternyata ada hikmahnya di sebalik kesediaan dan kesabaran Rasulullah S.A.W di dalam menerima perjanjian tersebut. Rupa-rupanya ‘jalan kemenangan sudah jelas nyata.’ Selepas sahaja termeterainya Perjanjian Hudaibiyyah, maka turunlah firman Allah S.W.T yang berbunyi:

Sesungguhnya Kami telah membuka bagi perjuanganmu (wahai Muhammad) satu jalan kemenangan yang jelas nyata.

Ayat ini menghilangkan keraguan umat Islam serta memperkuatkan lagi azam mereka bagi memastikan seruan untuk melakukan islah terlaksana.
Rakan-rakan sekalian,

Ketakwaan yang diadun bersama kesabaran dan kebijaksanaan adalah kunci utama untuk mengecap kejayaan. Janganlah keyakinan kita digugat tatkala kejayaan sudah hampir. Saya menyeru pencinta kebenaran agar perkukuhkan tekad perjuangan. Ingatlah anjuran Al Quran yang berbunyi:

Dan bagi (menjalankan perintah) Tuhanmu, maka hendaklah engkau bersabar (terhadap tentangan musuh)!

Perubahan yang ingin kita laksanakan bertapak di atas bongkah-bongkah yang kukuh, jauh sekali dari retorik kosong yang berasaskan kebencian dan persengketaan. Kita harus menyedari negara Malaysia bukannya ekabudaya. Kita harus memastikan negara ini tidak ditelan api asabiyyah dan karam dengan sikap taksub melulu. Ingatlah “siapa yang menyemai angin akan menuai badai.”

Sering saya ulangi pemerkasaan ekonomi tidak akan berjaya selagi mana kemajuan dan pembangunan didorong oleh nafsu serta tamak yang bukan kepalang. Pertumbuhan ekonomi dan kekayaan harus difahami dan dimaknai dengan pengertian yang lebih luas. Kekayaan tidak boleh berlegar di kalangan segelintir sahaja, ianya harus menjadi pendorong untuk membebaskan masyarakat dari penindasan dan kezaliman. Inilah yang kita tegaskan sebagai ekonomi yang manusiawi. Ekonomi yang dibangun di atas prinsip insan sebagai makhluk bermoral dan berakhlak, bukannya semata-mata homo economicus; yang hanya memburu kepentingan diri sendiri.

Rakan-rakan sekalian,

Syawal yang bakal menjelang pastinya disambut meriah oleh semua. Pun begitu hendaklah kita sentiasa wasatiyah dalam pendekatan, yakni bersederhana tanpa meminggirkan mereka yang tidak berkemampuan. Syawal adalah bulan kemenangan, bulan memupuk ukhuwah.

Kemenangan mengharungi Ramadhan dirai dengan jalinan ukhuwah yang utuh sesama ummah. Kemenangan ini bukan sekadar melawan hawa nafsu sepanjang Ramadhan, sebaliknya diterjemahkan jua sebagai kemenangan menentang kezaliman dan menegakkan keadilan.
InshaAllah kemenangan yang diredhai menjadi milik kita pastinya, sebagaimana yang dijelaskan di dalam Al Quran,”ibarat pohon yang baik, akarnya teguh dan cabangnya menjulang ke langit

(Ayat 24, Surah Ibrahim)”
Salam Eidulfitri 1429 Hijrah.Minal ‘aidil wal faiziin.Maaf zahir dan batin.
ANWAR IBRAHIMKetua PembangkangKetua Umum Parti Keadilan Rakyat

Political power struggle in Malaysia continues unabated



By John Roberts30 September 2008



The deadline set by Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim to force the ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition from office—September 16—has come and gone. Prime Minister Abdullah Badawi is still in power and the government insists that it will continue to rule. Yet the power struggle shows no signs of ending.


Anwar told a press conference on September 16 that he had the support of the 31 BN parliamentarians needed to form a majority in the 222-seat national legislature. His opposition Malaysian Peoples Front (PKR) won 82 seats in elections in March, reducing the government’s presence to 140 seats and ending its two-thirds parliamentary majority. Anwar won a seat in a by-election last month, having been prevented from standing earlier by a ban resulting from his conviction on a trumped-up corruption charge in 1999.


The day after Anwar’s media conference, the Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) announced it had quit the BN coalition and its two MPs would join the opposition. The states of Sabah and Sarawak in northern Borneo provide the government with 55 of its MPs, including 40 from small parties like the SAPP. The opposition has been targeting these parties, by promising to increase the share of royalties from these states’ gas and oil production from 5 percent to 20 percent.


Anwar used his press conference to call for a meeting with the prime minister to give him “the chance to exit gracefully”. He demanded the recall of parliament to consider a no-confidence vote. The government has set an especially long break for the Muslim month of Ramadan, with parliament not due to resume until October 13. When the premier ruled out any early resumption, Anwar suggested that the opposition might seek an audience with head of state, King Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin, who has the power to call a parliamentary sitting.


Deputy Prime Minister Najib Razak declared the government would continue to rule and denounced Anwar’s statements as “the politics of deception, deployed to deceive, and clearly it has not become a reality”. However, the United Malays National Organisation (UMNO), the leading BN partner, is clearly worried about the challenge to its rule and will stop at nothing to cling to power.


In the lead up to September 16, the government took the extraordinary step of sending nearly 50 BN parliamentarians on a paid trip to Taiwan to study farming techniques. Few believe that farming issues were the reason behind the trip. Among those sent were parliamentarians regarded as most susceptible to being courted by the opposition. PKR secretary general Salehuddin Hashim described the expedition as “kidnapping,” saying it was “a very clear sign of the anxieties and insecurities inside Barisan”.


On September 17, Prime Minister Abdullah ominously declared that the opposition’s bid for power was a threat to national security and would endanger the flow of foreign investment. “I will do what I have to do to protect the economy and save the country,” he warned.
The government had already invoked the draconian Internal Security Act (ISA), which provides for lengthy detention without trial. On September 12, Chinese-language newspaper journalist Tan Hoon Cheng, political Internet blogger Raja Petra Kamarruddin, and Teresa Kok, an MP for the ethnic Chinese-based Democratic Action Party, were detained under the ISA.


Home Minister Syed Hamid Albar declared that Tan was arrested to prevent racial conflict. Tan’s “crime” was that he reported the derogatory remarks of UMNO figure Ahmad Ismail to the effect that Malaysian Chinese were “immigrants” and “squatters”. He was released after 16 hours. Kok was accused of complaining that prayer calls from some mosques were too loud. She denied ever making the comments and was later released.


Raja Petra, who is well known for his popular opposition web site Malaysia Today, was arrested for an article deemed to be anti-Islamic. On September 22, the home minister ordered the blogger to be taken to the Kamunting detention centre for two years. According to his wife, Raja Petra also has been charged with tarnishing “the country’s leadership to the point of causing confusion among the peoples.”


The detentions have only deepened the crisis in the government’s ranks. Liow Tiong Lai, head of the Malaysian Chinese Association’s (MCA) youth movement, declared that if police were concerned over Kok they should have given her police protection, not arrested her. The conservative ethnic Chinese-based MCA is one of UMNO’s main coalition partners.


On September 15, Zaid Ibrahim quit his post as minister in the Prime Minister’s Department in charge of the legal reform promised by Abdullah following UMNO losses at the March election. Zaid bluntly told the media that he had failed in his efforts to change the judiciary, the constitution and the anti-corruption agency after meeting a “brick wall” from the cabinet members and UMNO. He said the ISA should be used only against those attempting to topple the government by force.


The government’s blatant use of the police and courts for political purposes is underscored by the latest trumped-up case against Anwar. He was formally charged on August 16 with sodomy, an offence in Malaysia that carries a jail term of up to 20 years and an automatic ban from political office. The case rests solely on the allegations of a former aide, Mohamad Saiful Bukhari Azlan, who, the opposition alleges, was a government plant. Photographs have been produced showing Saiful with senior UMNO figures.


UMNO is resorting to the same crude methods as a decade ago when Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad stripped Anwar of his positions of deputy prime minister and finance minister and expelled him and his supporters from the party. After organising anti-government rallies, Anwar was detained under the ISA, beaten by the country’s police chief and finally charged and convicted of sodomy and corruption. After six years in jail, Anwar was released when the sodomy conviction was overturned in the Federal Court for lack of evidence.


At the centre of the political struggle between Mahathir and Anwar were sharp differences over the direction of economic policy following the 1997-98 Asian financial crisis. Anwar championed the IMF’s prescriptions to open up the Malaysian economy to foreign investors—a move that threatened a layer of Malay businessmen closely associated with UMNO. Mahathir instead imposed capital and currency controls aimed at protecting weaker, less competitive layers of business.


Both Mahathir and Abdullah, who took over as prime minister in 2003, gradually removed the capital and currency controls and made limited economic reforms, including in the banking sector. Like other countries in the eye of the Asian financial crisis, Malaysia recovered largely due to a boost in exports, fed by the rapid growth of the Chinese economy and continued high demand in the US, Europe and Japan. However, the sharp divisions in the ruling elite have reemerged as Malaysia has been affected by the global slowdown and financial turmoil.
According to the 2008 UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) report, direct investment flows into Malaysia were negative for 2007 for the first time in the country’s history. Malaysia is confronting increasingly intense competition for investment from other cheap labour platforms, particularly China, India and Vietnam. Industrial production is also slowing, falling back from 2.2 percent in June to 1.8 percent in July. The key stock market index has declined by over a quarter this year.


At the same time, inflation, which hit 8.5 percent in July, is exacerbating social and political tensions. A poll published by the Merdeka Centre on Monday found that half of those surveyed identified the economy as their main concern. Asked who would make a better prime minister, Anwar outpolled Najib Razak, who has been named as Abdullah’s successor, by 40 to 34 percent. More than half of the respondents agreed that Anwar was “a strong and visionary leader” and “a competent manager of the economy”.


The looming economic problems have exacerbated recriminations inside UMNO over its poor performance in the March elections. Mahathir quit the party in May, having bitterly attacked Abdullah since 2006 for shutting down major infrastructure projects and failing to defend Malay businesses. Abdullah was forced to announce that he would stand down as prime minister by 2010 to fend off challenges within UMNO. Over the weekend, he was compelled to bring the date forward to next year. In return, the UMNO leadership agreed to postpone the party’s annual general meeting in December and a potential leadership showdown.


The continuing political turmoil is not simply a battle between Abdullah and Anwar for the levers of power, but reflects a groundswell of resentment and anger over deteriorating living standards and UMNO’s anti-democratic methods and communal politics. Neither the government nor the opposition is capable of resolving the underlying economic crisis. While Anwar has made various populist pledges to ease price rises and assist the poor, his economic program would inevitably fall hardest on working people and exacerbate the existing social polarisation.

Anwar tops Malaysia poll as economy dominates concerns






When asked who would make the better prime minister, 40 per cent said Anwar.






AgenciesPublished: September 30, 2008, 01:18



Kuala Lumpur: Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ebrahim scored better than the government's pick to become the next prime minister in an opinion poll which showed that worries over the economy dominated voter concerns.



Anwar is threatening to unseat the government that has ruled Malaysia for 51 years and the rise of the opposition since their success in elections in March has paralysed policy-making as top politicians from the government jostle for power.



The poll by the Merdeka Centre published yesterday showed that for half of people questioned, the main concern in this country of 27 million people was the economy at a time when fuel prices have risen and inflation has surged to 27-year highs.



Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, who has offered to quit early to avoid a leadership challenge topped the poll, although his approval ratings continue to fall.

Asked who would make the better prime minister, 40 per cent said Anwar and 34 per cent said Najeeb Razak. Najeeb has been named as successor to Badawi who scored 43 per cent.

Trumped-up charges

Anwar, a former deputy prime minister who was imprisoned on what he says were trumped-up sodomy and corruption charges in the late 1990s, was characterised as "a strong and visionary leader" and "a competent manager of the economy" by 51 per cent of respondents in the poll of 1,003 voters.

He is facing new charges of sodomy which he denies. Anwar has said that he has won over enough government MPs to oust Badawi in a confidence vote in parliament and the prime minister on Friday said he would hand power to Najeeb, most likely in March.
Badawi had earlier planned to hand over power in 2010.

Since becoming prime minister in 2004, Badawi has failed to implement key pledges such as ending corruption and boosting the independence of the judiciary. The policy drift, along with rising racial tensions, has unsettled both party activists and investors.

A year ago just 25 per cent of those questioned in a similar poll by Merdeka were worried about the economy in the poll a year ago compared with 50 per cent now.

Monday, September 29, 2008

ANWAR BERBUKA,BERTARAWEH DAN HADIR KENDURI ORANG KAMPUNG









PERMATANG PAUH 29 SEPT-DSAI sempat pulang dan berbuka bersama masyarakat di Permatang Pauh semalam.Turut hadir ialah KM YB Lim Guan Eng ,YB Yusmadi ,ahli masyarakat yang turut sama berbuka bersama DSAI di Taman pauh Indah.Beliau kemudian hadir bersolat taraweh di kampung Kuala mengkuang.Beliau kemudian hadir dalam satu majlis kenduri yang diadakan di kampung Terus Guar Perahu.
DALAM CERMAH SELAMA 40 MINIT BELIAU ADA MENJELASKAN TENTANG PELAN UNTUK MENGAMBIL ALIH PEMERINTAHAN NEGARA DAN BERTEMU DENGAN BEBERAPA PIHAK ISTANA.BELIAU JUGA MENGUCAPKAN SELAMAT BERPUASA DAN MENYAMBUT AIDIL FITRI KEPADA SEMUA WARGA PERMATANG PAUH..
MAKLUMAT DAN BERITA DALAM SUARA KEADILAN AKAN DATANG.....

Minority party mulls quitting Malaysia government


The Associated Press
Published: September 29, 2008

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia: A predominantly ethnic Chinese party threatened Monday to desert Malaysia's ruling coalition if it does not curb racial discrimination, just weeks after another minority party quit amid growing dissent in the government.


Leaders of the Gerakan party estimate more than half their members want the party to leave Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi's National Front coalition, largely due to frustrations regarding policies linked to racial issues, said party vice president Teng Hock Nan.


Abdullah has been struggling to keep the 13-party coalition together after it performed poorly in March general elections. The coalition retained power with less than its longtime two-thirds parliamentary majority and ceded five of Malaysia's 13 states to the opposition.


Gerakan has two lawmakers in parliament, and while the National Front would not lose its parliamentary majority if the party quit, the move would be a massive blow to morale — and could prompt more parties to desert the coalition.


Officials in Gerakan, which lost control of the northern industrial Penang state, believe leaving the National Front is "one of the options" if the coalition is "not willing to initiate drastic changes," particularly to curb racial discrimination, Teng said.


Minority leaders accuse the Malay Muslim-dominated government of neglecting their communities in economic, social and religious policies. Discontent over issues such as an affirmative action program for Malays spurred minorities to vote for the opposition in March.
Earlier this month, the Sabah Progressive Party, a small, largely ethnic Chinese party, deserted the National Front to become independent because of disenchantment with Abdullah's leadership.


Gerakan Secretary General Chia Kwang Chye said party officials are likely to discuss the possibility of leaving the coalition at their annual congress on Oct. 11. Teng said the party has set no deadline for a decision, adding that it has no immediate plans to join opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim's three-party alliance.


The National Front, dominated by Abdullah's United Malays National Organization, has ruled Malaysia since independence from Britain in 1957. It has been in turmoil for months amid persistent demands by many government members for Abdullah's resignation.


Coalition officials have also been jittery amid Anwar's claim that he has persuaded scores of government lawmakers to defect in a bid to topple Abdullah's administration. The ruling party has indicated Abdullah may step down by March and hand power to his deputy, Najib Razak.



AMK DAN JEJAK FAKIR BERAKHIR DI PULAU PINANG SEMALAM







BALIK PULAU-Program jejak Fakir 4 berakhir semlam di Balik Pulau dimana semua fakir telah menerima sumbangan dari AMK negeri yang bergerak sejak minggu lepas.Program turut dihadiri Datin Intan Mahani ini mendapat sumbangan dari syarikat A1 yang menaja bantuan.

Malaysia raps US over Anwar case meddling




U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice irked Malaysia earlier this year by saying Washington would speak out in legal cases it considered political in nature, including the Anwar case.
Sunday, 28 September 2008 11:18

Malaysia demanded on Saturday that foreign governments stop interfering in its affairs by criticizing the sodomy charges against opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim, who is challenging the ruling coalition. Anwar says the case is a politically motivated attempt to scuttle his bid for power against the United Malays National Organization, the biggest party in a coalition that has ruled Malaysia for 51 years.
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice irked Malaysia earlier this year by saying Washington would speak out in legal cases it considered political in nature, including the Anwar case. "We could if we choose question the legal basis of the Guantanamo detention without trial but we did not," Foreign Minister Rais Yatim told the U.N. General Assembly in a reference to the U.S.-run prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, for so-called "terrorism" suspects.
"While same-sex fornication and marriage are acceptable in California, it does not mean that sodomy, which is a crime in many countries in Asia, is to be impugned or derided upon," said Rais, who did not directly mention the Anwar case.
The UMNO party and Barisan Nasional coalition it leads are facing the prospect of losing power to a resurgent opposition alliance led by Anwar, a former deputy premier. Anwar is free on bail and his sodomy trial has been adjourned until early October. He was convicted and imprisoned on charges of corruption and sodomy in the late 1990s in a case that derailed his rise in the political ranks. Malaysia's prime minister has been under pressure to quit since March when the opposition won over a third of the seats in parliament.
Rifts have begun to appear in the UMNO as the party tries to stave off the opposition challenge. Sodomy is a crime punishable by up to 20 years imprisonment in Malaysia. Reuters

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PERMATANG PAUH-Pemuda PKR permatang tengah berganding bahu memberi sedekah kepada yang memerlukan di dalam kampung mereka dengan inisiatif sendiri dan bantuan yang diterima dari syarikat A1 dimana dengan bantuan ini dapat meringankan pihak yang terbabit khasnya golongan kurang mampu dan juga warga emas merasai nikmat berhari raya.

UNITED NATIONS Malaysia Urges Halt to `Meddling` Over Anwar Case Anwar is free on bail and his sodomy trial has been adjourned until early October


Malaysia demanded on Saturday that foreign governments stop interfering in its affairs by criticizing the sodomy charges against opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim, who is challenging the ruling coalition.


Anwar says the case is a politically motivated attempt to scuttle his bid for power against the United Malays National Organization, the biggest party in a coalition that has ruled Malaysia for 51 years.


U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice irked Malaysia earlier this year by saying Washington would speak out in legal cases it considered political in nature, including the Anwar case.


"We could if we choose question the legal basis of the Guantanamo detention without trial but we did not," Foreign Minister Rais Yatim told the U.N. General Assembly in a reference to the U.S.-run prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, for terrorism suspects.


"While same-sex fornication and marriage are acceptable in California, it does not mean that sodomy, which is a crime in many countries in Asia, is to be impugned or derided upon," said Rais, who did not directly mention the Anwar case.


The UMNO party and Barisan Nasional coalition it leads are facing the prospect of losing power to a resurgent opposition alliance led by Anwar, a former deputy premier.
Anwar is free on bail and his sodomy trial has been adjourned until early October. He was convicted and imprisoned on charges of corruption and sodomy in the late 1990s in a case that derailed his rise in the political ranks.


Malaysia's prime minister has been under pressure to quit since March when the opposition won over a third of the seats in parliament. Rifts have begun to appear in the UMNO as the party tries to stave off the opposition challenge.


Anwar is accused of engaging in a homosexual act with a former aide. Sodomy is a crime punishable by up to 20 years imprisonment in Malaysia.

Sunday, September 28, 2008

WANITA PKR NEGERI BERSAMA TKM 1 YB FAIRUS MEMBERI BANTUAN KEPADA MANGSA KEBAKARAN RUMAH HIJAU







MAK MANDIN 28 SEPT-Majlis penyampaian sumbangan kepada semua kaum yang menghuni di rumah hijau yang mengalami kebakaran baru-baru ini telah dianjurkan oleh wanita PKR negeri dan TKM1 YB Fairus yang turut menyumbangkan derma peribadi kepada kaum muslim yang akan menyambut hari raya.Barang sumbangan didermakan oleh Syarikat A1.

Satu penempatan segera telah disediakan oleh pihak kerajaan negeri di kawasan Sama Gagah dimana pihak yang terbabit yang mengalami musibah telah diberikan penempatan dikawasan tersebut.





KAWASAN PENEMPATAN RUMAH HIJAU MAK MANDIN YANG MENGALAMI KEBAKARAN BARU-BARU INI.






PN NORHAYATI.KETUA WANITA PKR NEGERI TURUT BERUCAP.











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