Gambar macam ni dah banyak kali dh gua tengok n terima... Geng Ustaz n Ulama dengan puak UMNO...
Tapi gua dah laaama sangat x terima n tengok gambar Geng Ustaz n Ulama dengan rakan Pakatan Rakyat terutama dari PKR n DAP...
Sebenarnya Pakatan Rakyat ni Gabungan PAS, PKR n DAP atau Gabungan PAS n UMNO..?


"jange dok hino jange dok pelekeh hok jahil srupo kito" - Aktivis PAS
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Ariff advises Pak Lah to stay out of Altantuya case

Ariff advises Pak Lah to stay out of Altantuya case

April 11, 2015

Raub MP tells why Umno fearful of losing power: Pakatan will expose secrets.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Raub MP Mohd Ariff Sabri Aziz has made a broad threat about exposing the secrets behind the controversial purchase of two French-built submarines, which has been linked to the murder of Mongolian woman Altantuya Shaariibuu eight years ago.

“We will dig out the story when we come to power,” said Ariff, a former Umno member and one-time Najib Razak aide who joined the DAP in 2012. “Now you know why Umno is fearful of losing power.”

He said a new Pakatan Rakyat-led federal government could also reopen the Altantuya case and order a fresh trial to settle outstanding issues.

In a blog article on Friday, Ariff related political gossip that even Abdullah Ahmad Badawi was a “beneficiary of the spoils” of the submarine purchase, but made clear he was only recounting hearsay. “I don’t know about this – people tell me this,” he said.

He warned Abdullah against joining the fight to reopen the Altantuya murder case. Abdullah had said earlier that Najib did not know Altantuya. “People can be rude by asking, what does Pak Lah know?” Ariff said, before advising Abdullah not to get involved.

“Pak Lah is better off staying out of this fight, lest people start digging what he got when Najib took over as PM,” he said. Najib succeeded Abdullah as prime minister in 2009, a year after Barisan Nasional suffered humiliating losses to Pakatan Rakyat in the general election the previous year.

Ariff joined the chorus of opposition cries for a new trial into the Altantuya case, in which Najib, his wife Rosmah Mansor, and a Najib associate, Abdul Razak Baginda, have been implicated.

He dismissed Najib’s lack of a clear answer when asked in a television interview on Thursday about his connection to Altantuya, in the face of widespread political gossip that he had had a relationship with the victim through Razak.

Ariff said Najib had not answered the question. He merely responded by telling the interviewer that he had taken an Islamic oath in a mosque that he did not know Altantuya.

“I think the answer was meant more for the folks in the villages and in the Malay heartland,” said Ariff and ridiculed the prime minister. “If Najib can prove his innocence by way of making the solemn oath, then anyone accused of any crime can avoid going before the civil courts by doing the same. Many wrongdoers will get away easily.”

The best way to solve the issue once and for all was a retrial, he said. “Bring in Musa Safri (a former aide to Najib at the time of the murder and who was implicated but never called to testify), Razak Baginda and others, investigation officers and everyone connected to the brutal slaying.” He said some evidence could be introduced, as well as people never called to testify, and the two policemen eventually convicted and sentenced to death for killing Altantuya.

“The retrial can be done – if we have a new government, a properly constituted court,” he said.

One of the two convicted killers, Sirul Azhar Umar, has said that he and co-accused Azilah Hadri were only carrying out orders and had been made the scapegoats while the people responsible got away. Sirul is now being held in an Australian immigration detention centre after he fled there while awaiting a court decision.

His pleas have been taken up by former prime minister Mahathir Mohamad who has called for the case to be reopened and for Najib to answer whether he knew Altantuya.

Pakatan betrayed Malaysians by allowing passage of Pota — P Ramakrishnan

Pakatan betrayed Malaysians by allowing passage of Pota — P Ramakrishnan

Wednesday April , 2015
02:13 PM GMT+8

APRIL  — Pakatan Rakyat (PR) had not acted responsibly and had therefore betrayed the expectations of Malaysians. They were expected to protect the human rights of citizens, safeguard the rule of law and ensure that abusive laws would not be passed by default.
By all measures, Malaysians have been terribly let down by PR’s failure to anticipate that the Barisan Nasional was hell-bent on pushing through this corrosive Bill, come what may. The fact that the BN was prepared to be in Parliament into the wee hours of the morning to have their way clearly showed how determined they were to achieve their objective of passing the Prevention of Terrorism Act 2015 (Pota).

For PR to say that they did not anticipate there would be bloc voting is a lame excuse that is not acceptable.

Tony Pua hit the nail on the head when he told Malay Mail Online, “Of course there would be bloc voting, the point is to be prepared for that.”

To claim that there was no prior instruction for all law makers to be present is to fail in their duty as elected representatives. They don’t have to be mollycoddled; they should be responsible to themselves. They should know how to conduct themselves when faced with a situation that threatened to take away our basic, fundamental rights.

They owe it to those who voted for them.

Had all the PR MPs been present, this draconian Bill would have been defeated. After all, it was passed with 79 votes for and 60 against. With full PR attendance, the final vote count would have been 70 for and 86 against. There was this golden opportunity to throw out this drastic Bill that violated the rule of law.

Unfortunately, PR goofed! A total of 26 PR MPs helped to pass this undemocratic Bill.

Out of the 132 BN MPs, only 70 were present, with 62 of them absent. It could be interpreted that these 62 MPs were not in favour of the Bill and so they stayed away giving the PR a slim chance to defeat the Bill. But 26 PR MPs absented themselves and, as it were, saved the day for the BN!

As a result, the Bill was passed in its original form without any amendments. It can be argued that the ISA has returned in another garb. The Potahas all the characteristics of the ISA: the proposed law will allow the authorities to detain suspected terrorists without bringing them to Court for up to two years, with the Prevention of Terrorism Board (POTB) empowered to renew the detention order indefinitely.

We must take it with a pinch of salt that this law would be applicable only for terrorists. The assurance does not hold water. Weren’t we told that the Internal Security Act (ISA) was meant for the communists — but how many non-communists and legitimate political dissidents were detained under the ISA? Will it be any different this time around?

Human Rights Watch said Potahas re-opened the “Pandora’s Box for politically motivated, abusive state actions” that had been a feature when Putrajaya used the former ISA.

The Bill does not allow any judicial review in any Court — no Court shall have jurisdiction over decisions by the board in its discretionary power. When the judiciary is ousted, it paves the way for abuse and arbitrariness. It is always repugnant when an accused is denied his defence in a Court of law. We cannot pretend to be a democracy when we pay scant respect to the rule of law.

PR can get ready to be roasted!

* P Ramakrishnan is an executive committee member of Aliran.
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