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Rabu, 23 Julai 2014

MEDIA Rakyat MALAYSIA

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SELESAIKANLAH ISU MB INI DENGAN BERHEMAH.....

Posted: 23 Jul 2014 01:16 AM PDT

Selasa, 22 Julai 2014

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Hacker boleh merampas kapalterbang hanya menggunakan Android

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 11:22 PM PDT




2 nahas MAS dalam 4 bulan adalah hampir mustahil. Saya masih tertunggu-tunggu satu teori mengenai nahas MH 17, tetapi masih belum jumpa. Setakat ini ialah andaian MH 17 ditembak oleh pihak Russia, Ukraine atau pemisah Ukraine menggunakan SAM atau oleh SU 25 Ukraine menggunakan AAM.

Belum terjumpa lagi teori mengatakan apabila MH 17 masuk ruang udara Ukraine, sistem elekronik MH 17 menghadapi masalah menyebabkan MH 17 tidak menghantar kod sebagai pesawat komersial, komunikasi terputus, pesawat Ukraine hantar SU 25 untuk pengesahan, sistem radar BUK mengesan pesawat yang tidak dikenal pasti melalui ruang udara, tiada komunikasi, atau juga sistem radar BUK mengesan MH 17 sebagai pesawat tentera. Kemudian BUK melepaskan SAM dengan kelulusan pihak tertinggi.

Boeing 777 menggunakan teknologi "digital fly by wire". Pada Disember 2013 telah diadakan satu persidangan di Amsterdam, Belanda bagaimana seorang "hacker" boleh merampas kapalterbang hanya menggunakan Android.

2 nahas MAS dalam 4 bulan adalah hampir mustahil. Kita perlu kerahkan semua pakar IT tempatan kita untuk mengkaji semula sistem elektronik dan komputer pesawat MAS terutamanya Boeing 777.

PARTI KEADILAN RAKYAT NEGERI SEMBILAN

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Keputusan Pemilihan Cabang 2014 di Negeri Sembilan

Posted: 22 Jul 2014 12:57 AM PDT

Cabang Jelebu
Ketua: Mohd Shahrir Zakaria
Timbalan Ketua: Tang Jay Soon
Naib Ketua: Mohd Yusof Salleh
Ketua AMK: Muhammad Syamwil Mertadza
Ketua Wanita: Noriah Mohd Nor

Cabang Jempol
Ketua: Karip Salleh
Timbalan Ketua: Halim A. Aziz
Naib Ketua: Faiz Abdullah
Ketua AMK: Sri Sanjeevan Ramakrishnen
Ketua Wanita: Kamaliah Othman

Cabang Seremban
Ketua: Dr Ahmad Azam Hamzah
Timbalan Ketua: Mohamad Rafie Ab Malek
Naib Ketua: YB Aminuddin Harun
Ketua AMK: Mohd Afif Anuar
Ketua Wanita: Azlinah Zamli

Cabang Kuala Pilah
Ketua: Rosli Omar
Timbalan Ketua: Mohamad Nazaruddin Sabtu
Naib Ketua: Md Aripin Filus
Ketua AMK: Helmi Maaruf
Ketua Wanita: Rabiah Md Yusof

Cabang Rasah
Ketua: Tangam Raju
Timbalan Ketua: Maturai Veeran Sinnathamby
Naib Ketua: Viganeswaran Suppan
Ketua AMK: Daniel Selvarayar (pemangku)
Ketua Wanita: Amni Idris

Cabang Rembau
Ketua: Yusof Tapar
Timbalan Ketua: Shahrul Nizam Idris
Naib Ketua: Azlan Ariffin
Ketua AMK: Ahmad Fathir Abu Hasan
Ketua Wanita: Nurul Hazwani Mohamed

Cabang Telok Kemang
Ketua: YB Chai Tong Chai
Timbalan Ketua: Rosman Joned
Naib Ketua: Dato Muthu Palaniappan
Ketua AMK: Ho Boon Yong
Ketua Wanita: Normala Hazaman@Hazman

Cabang Tampin
Ketua: Kapten (B) Zolkapli Kassim
Timbalan Ketua: Jeffery Young Ahmad
Naib Ketua: Suresh Krishna Pillai
Ketua AMK: Mohd Hanafi Mahadi
Ketua Wanita: Rusnani Saring

Program ADUN Chuah 20 Julai 2014

Posted: 22 Jul 2014 12:25 AM PDT

Lo Guan Xin Shengjun bone temple celebration of Qiu Dan and Guan di Miao Nan Hai Guan Yin Temple was founded 11 anniversary!

Sekitar Program Sempena Ramadhan oleh Wakil Rakyat Keadilan NS: AP Telok Kemang

Posted: 22 Jul 2014 12:21 AM PDT

MAJLIS PENYAMPAIAN SUMBANGAN UNTUK ASNAF DI PEJABAT PARLIMEN TELOK KEMANG, YANG DISAMPAIKAN OLEH DATO KAMARUL BAHARIN BIN ABBAS.
SEMOGA DENGAN SUMBANGAN INI DAPAT MENGURANGKAN SEDIKIT BEBAN MEREKA.


Isnin, 21 Julai 2014

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Perutusan Sempena Hari Raya Aidilfitri

Posted: 20 Jul 2014 11:41 PM PDT


Saya dan keluarga serta bagi pihak kakitangan Pejabat Khidmat DUN Seri Andalas mengucapkan Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri kepada semua umat Islam terutamanya penduduk DUN Seri Andalas.

Semoga Aidilfitri kali ini disambut dengan kemeriahan dan kegembiraan bersama sanak saudara serta jiran tetangga.

Walaupun, Aidilfitri merupakan perayaan bagi umat Islam, tetapi telah menjadi budaya kita rakyat Malaysia meraikan perayaan bersama-sama. Teruskanlah amalan kunjung-mengunjungi antara satu sama lain serta memupuk semangat keharmonian antara kaum.

Kepada mereka yang akan pulang ke kampung dan membuat perjalanan jauh, pastikan anda memandu dengan berhemah. Pastikan anda pergi dan pulang dengan selamat.

Akhir sekali, saya ingin mengambil kesempatan memohohon maaf sekiranya ada kesilapan dan kekurangan. Usaha pasti diteruskan dan ditingkatkan demi keselesaan penduduk di DUN Seri Andalas.

Sekian, Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri.

YB Dr. Xavier Jayakumar
Ahli Dewan Negeri Selangor
Kawasan Seri Andalas

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Palestinian boy clings to paramedic – story behind the viral photo #PrayForGaza

Posted: 20 Jul 2014 10:12 PM PDT

Sydney Morning Herald

A boy with cuts all over his body is using every ounce of his strength to cling on to a rubber-gloved medic trying to lay him on a hospital bed.

What the haunting photograph does not capture are the Palestinian boy's screams at the paramedic: "I want my father, bring me my father!"

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It also fails to show the gaping wound on the left side of his head, the large piece of shrapnel in his neck, and smaller pieces lodged in his chest and abdomen, sustained after being caught in artillery fire from Israel.

The story behind the photograph taken at Gaza City's al-Shifa hospital last Thursday – and disseminated across the world – was revealed by a junior doctor Belal Dabour in a piece for the pro-Palestinian masthead The Electronic Intifada.

"At around 3am, about eight or nine casualties arrived at the emergency room all at once. The last to come in were four siblings – two of them little children, both about three years old, with relatively superficial wounds," he wrote.

"Then came the older of the four siblings, a boy in his early teens. His head and face were covered in blood and he was pressing a rag to his head to staunch the flow. But his focus was on something else: 'Save my little brother!' he kept screaming."

The unnamed boy pictured in the photograph was thrashing about and screaming for his father as the paramedic carried him straight from the emergency unit to intensive care.

"Upon carefully examining the wounds, it appeared that the explosion from the artillery round sent flying small pieces of stone from the walls of his house, and that some of his wounds were caused by these high-velocity projectiles," Dr Dabour wrote.

The shrapnel in the boy's neck just missed a major artery, the piece in his chest nearly punctured a lung, and the one in his stomach nearly hit his bowel. But the child was a "lucky" one, Dr Dabour said, because he had seen too many killed.

Just a day earlier, four boys aged between nine and 11 were playing on the beach in Gaza City when Israeli military strikes slaughtered them. They were cousins.

As the Islamic militant group Hamas and Israeli troops prepare to enter day 14 of their latest conflict, the death toll sits at 417 Palestinians and 18 Israelis.

A third of Palestine’s dead were children, the United Nations children's agency declared on Saturday. About 50 boys and 20 girls between three months and18 years of age had been slain.

"From July 8, until 4am on July 19, at least 73 Palestinian children have been reported killed as a result of air strikes and shelling by Israel aerial, naval and ground forces," UNICEF’s Catherine Weibel said.

Israel accused Hamas of using the Gaza population as a human shield, firing rockets from civilian areas and infrastructure.

Dr Dabour ended his account by saying he did not find out the youngster’s name as too many people – “some arrived torn to pieces, some beheaded, some disfigured beyond recognition” – arrived to be saved.

“I do not know whether he was reunited with his father, or even what became of the rest of his family,” he wrote. “But there's one thing that I know for sure, which is that hundreds of children just like him suffered similar or worse injuries, and up to the moment of this writing, nearly 80 children just like him have been killed as Israel's merciless attack goes on.”

One chart puts the entire Israeli-Palestinian conflict in perspective

Posted: 20 Jul 2014 09:35 PM PDT

World.Mic

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The news: As Israeli military forces make their way into the Gaza Strip in a major new ground invasion, this infographic from Visualizing Palestine has some perspective on the relative costs each side has paid in this entrenched conflict.

According to their data, 79% of deaths in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict from 2000-2008 have been from Israeli military or police actions against residents of the Gaza Strip and the West Bank. Just 8% of total deaths during that time period were from Palestinian attacks on Israel. The infographic doesn’t necessarily assign blame to one side or the other, but notes that who was killed by who “first” was determined by whichever side attacked after a day of peace.

In all, since 2000 some 6,792 Palestinians and 1,102 Israelis have paid the ultimate price over the ongoing dispute. Since Israel pulled out of Gaza in 2005, it’s become even more disproportionate: 3,457 Palestinians and 125 Israelis have died.

Why the huge gap? Israel unilaterally pulled out of the Gaza Strip in 2005, removing all security forces and civilians. Israeli citizens in the area who refused to vacate were actually removed by unarmed soldiers. Since then, Hamas began emphasizing the political process and strengthened its support among Palestinians, eventually taking control of the entire Gaza Strip from the Palestinian Authority in a violent coup in 2007. So for a time, they were quite busy focusing on the situation within their own territory. The resulting 2008 Gaza War between Hamas and Israel saw nearly 200 Israeli citizens injured and a few killed, during which Israeli counterattacks drew far greater blood from the Palestinian side.

It’s not that Hamas hates Israel any less now that it’s in a position of power. Instead, they’ve had more domestic problems to deal with as they solidified their position in Gaza and fewer opportunities to attack Israel thanks to better security. Hamas’ use of suicide bombings fell dramatically since the Second Intifada in 2005, and the organization began abandoning suicide attacks in 2006. The last such attack in Israel happened in April 2008, when three bombers in Kerem Shalom killed themselves and injured 13 others. Hamas apparently decided the tactic was costly and ineffective. Further factors preventing further bombings also included the construction of security walls and checkpoints which made it harder for extremists to slip into Israeli cities and settlements.

Launching rockets against Israeli cities became the preferred tactic. But from 2011 onwards, Israel’s Iron Dome defense system has ensured that many Palestinian rockets fired towards Israel (which were alreadypretty poorly designed) have simply been shot down or disabled. Despite being more powerful, Hamas now lacks the ability to launch suicide campaigns. Overwhelming Israeli military and intelligence superiority has thwarted even some recent attempts by militants to sneak over the border.

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The Israeli capacity to strike back, on the other hand, has only grown. Israeli reprisals against Hamas have grown both bigger in scale and more aggressive since the organization seized power in Gaza. The U.S. has also funneled huge amounts of money into the Israeli military, by some accounts providing 23-25% of its funding. There’s just simply no comparison between the two sides’ military strength and indeed their capacity for inflicting pain on the other anymore.

Why you should care: As Vox’s Max Fisher notes, Israeli military and defense superiority and its increased control over Palestinian territory may have actually helped prevent an agreement. The economic blockade in place since 2007 has sent many Palestinians into poverty, helping Hamas find steady recruits despite a disastrous lack of success in its campaign against Israel. (Paradoxically, extremist groups thrive in terrible socioeconomic conditions even when they’re partially responsible for them.) The expansion of illegal Israeli settlements in the West Bank furthermore indicates to many Palestinians that agreements can’t be trusted.

Meanwhile, the Israeli public’s support for a solution that would grant Palestinian independence, once massive, has plummeted. Fisher says that suicide bombings during the Second Intifada convinced many Israelis that peace with Palestinians was impossible, and this “sense of apathy” has been further encouraged by the other side’s subsequent inability to fight back. Since Israel has incontestably won the physical battle, when shots go off Palestinians are far more likely to be in the line of fire. That’s just the frank reality of the situation.

Ahad, 20 Julai 2014

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[PROGRAM] Sambutan Hari Kemerdekaan Sarawak Ke-51 Bersama Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim

Posted: 20 Jul 2014 01:09 AM PDT

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Sambutan Hari Kemerdekaan Sarawak ke-51 bersama Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim

22 Julai 2014| 2.30 – 6.00 petang| Hotel Grand Continental, Kuching

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Sekitar Program Sumbangan Sempena Ramadhan oleh Wakil Rakyat Keadilan NS: ADUN Sikamat

Posted: 19 Jul 2014 11:31 AM PDT

Edaran bubur lambuk dan buah kurma di Bazar Ramadhan Taman Desa Rhu, Sikamat. Turut bersama Sdr YB Ng (Adun Temiang).



Sabtu, 19 Julai 2014

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Menyampaikan Sumbangan di Majlis Berbuka Puasa di Masjid Al Barakah

Posted: 19 Jul 2014 06:47 PM PDT

Taman Sentosa, Klang, 19 Julai 2014 - Satu program berbuka puasa telah diadakan di Masjid Al-Barakah , Taman Sentosa pada hari ini.

YB Dr. Xavier Jayakumar yang turut serta dalam program tersebut telah menyampaikan sumbangan kepada ibu-ibu tunggal dan keluarga-keluarga yang berpendapatan rendah.

Dengan sumbangan yang diberikan, YB Dr Xavier berharap dapat sedikit sebanyak meringankan beban mereka menghadapi musim perayaan ini.






500 Peserta dibawa Membeli Belah Dalam Program Jom Shopping Sempena Aidilfitri

Posted: 19 Jul 2014 06:36 PM PDT

Kampung Jawa, 19 Julai 2014 - Pejabat ADUN Seri Andalas pada hari ini telah menganjurkan program Jom Shopping sempena persiapan Hari Raya Aidilfitri.

Program telah dijalankan di pasaraya Econsave Kampung Jawa. Sebanyak 500 kupon RM100 setiap satu telah diberi kepada 500 peserta yang hadir.

Turut hadir bersama YB Dr. Xavier Jayakumar pada program tersebut adalah Ketua-ketua Kampung, Tuan Hj Ismail, Tuan Hj Buang, Tuan Hj Miswan dan Ahli-ahli Majlis.

YB Dr. Xavier Jayakumar mengucapkan terima kasih kepada semua sukarelawan yang datang membantu.






Menghadiri Majlis Meraih Dana Pembinaan Kuil di Kota Kemuning Golf & Country Club

Posted: 19 Jul 2014 06:20 PM PDT

Kota Kemuning, 19 Julai 2014 - YB Dr Xavier Jayakumar pada hari ini menghadiri satu majlis makan malam meraih dana di Kuil Sri Kaliaman di Kota Kemuning Golf & Country Club.

Tujuan majlis tersebut adalah untuk meraih dana bagi pembinaan semula sebuah kuil. Program dijayakan dengan anggaran kehadiran 1500 orang.







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[PRESS STATEMENT] Emergency Parliamentary Sitting #MH17

Posted: 18 Jul 2014 11:21 PM PDT

PRESS RELEASE
19 July 2014

I declare full support for the call by Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak for an emergency parliamentary
sitting on the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17.

We in Pakatan are totally committed to any resolution to categorically condemn the mass murder committed by the perpetrators. In this regard, the Prime Minister must be unequivocal in naming the party or parties responsible, whoever they may be.

We also fully support the demand that the culprits of this crime be brought to justice and that all necessary measures be taken to facilitate a swift, effective and independent investigation.

This is indeed a time of grief and sadness for all Malaysians as it is too for others and we urge all parties to refrain from making statements or remarks that are insensitive to the feelings of the
families and loved ones of the innocent victims.

ANWAR IBRAHIM

Jumaat, 18 Julai 2014

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Does Hamas provoke Israel to attack Gaza?

Posted: 18 Jul 2014 09:22 AM PDT

Al Jazeera

Palestinians as a diverse society are neither reducible to Hamas nor can they be denied the right to resist occupation.

In much of the North American and western European media reporting on the current Israeli carnage of Palestinians, a common refrain is that Hamas has also shot some rockets towards Israel. Given the sophisticated defence system Israel possesses, courtesy of US taxpayers, none of these rockets hit any targets and fortunately no Israeli man, woman, or child has lost any life or limb because of them. This fact has scarcely bothered BBC, CNN, or any other shamelessly pro-Israeli outlet that always seeks to “balance” their reporting on Gaza by mentioning the fact that Hamas has also shot some rockets towards the Jewish state.

In one particularly nefarious example, Diane Sawyer of ABC showed a picture of Palestinians enduring Israeli bombing but told her American audience these were the pictures of Israelis under attack by Hamas rockets.

Be that as it may, the fact remains that Hamas does shoot some rockets towards Israel, and though these rockets scarcely harm anyone does not diminish their intent, which is to hit somewhere or harm someone. So the Hamas operation intends to harm people but they cannot do as they wish for their military wherewithal is not outsourced to the United States.

Thanks to AIPAC and other Israeli lobbies and pro-Israeli billionaires, among them those who encourage US President Barack Obama to nuke Iran on behalf of Israel, Israel enjoys a special relationship with the most deadly military machinery on the planet and partakes in that deadly force at will. Hamas in this regard has lost the bid to its Israeli counterparts and any outside military help they might receive is from countries like Iran that can hardly be compared to that gargantuan deadly machine called the US.

Erratic rockets

Useless as they are, why is Hamas firing these erratic rockets, and why would they not stop them anyway? Why bother? They are hardly any match for the Israeli army. After all, Hamas is David and Israel is Goliath in this contest. Wouldn’t Palestinians be better off without Hamas trying to defend them in Gaza?

Here we need to ask the question in a slightly larger context. Is Hamas not a legitimate Palestinian organisation, with enough grassroots support that itwon a major parliamentary election in Gaza back in 2006? I have known, and I still know, many Palestinians who do not like Hamas, disagree with their ideology, and oppose their ways. But these Palestinians of diverse political opinions are as much part of the Palestinian resistance to occupation and theft of their homeland as Hamas is.

Like any other richly diversified society, Palestinians are composed of followers of many religions, politics, and ideologies. Palestinians are Christian, Muslim, atheists, and agnostic. They are nationalist and/or socialists. They are secularists, Islamists, post-Islamists, and post-secularists. They are feminists, modernists, post-modernists, deconstructionists, and they are nativists at times, cosmopolitan at others, unionists, pacifists, militants, you name it. One of them was a founding figure of a school of critical thinking called post-colonial studies.

By far the most consistent and the most definitive aspect of Palestinian resistance to the occupation and theft of their homeland over the decades has been non-violent civil disobedience. Resistance for Palestinians is definitive of who and what they are. They might be a poet like Mahmoud Darwish, a novelist like Ghassan Kanafani, a film-maker like Michel Khleifi, an artist like Mona Hatoum, a feminist like Lila Abu Lughod – but in doing what they do, whatever they do, they oppose and defy the armed robbery of their homeland.

But there are also those Palestinians who have taken arms and opposed villainy by violence. As part of this resistance, Hamas is integral to the Palestinian national liberation movement, but like any other forms of resistance, Hamas is not definitive to Palestine.

Israeli propaganda machinery

What the Israeli propaganda machinery does is to reduce the entirety of Palestine, the rich and diversified tapestry of Palestinian resistance, to Hamas, then demonise Hamas. The strategy works, especially aided and abetted by major state-sponsored or corporate media like BBC, ABC, or CNN. Execute this strategy, and go on a rampage against Palestinians, maim and murder them with impunity.

Now for the sake of argument: Suppose we wake up tomorrow morning and there is no Hamas to shoot off any useless rockets towards Israel. Then what? The magnificent Israeli benevolence will move into operation and return the stolen Palestine to their rightful owners? Of course not. Suppose Hamas did not even exist since its founding in 1987. Then what? Israel would have by now returned Palestine to its rightful owners? Of course not.

Palestinians are varied and Palestinians are entirely entitled to resist and oppose the occupation and theft of their homeland by any means they deem necessary – whether it is by a beautiful song by Muhammad Assaf, a magnificent poem by Mahmoud Darwish, a film by Elia Suleiman, a novel by Ghassan Kanafani, a book on Palestinian costumes by Widad Kawar, or another on Palestinian cuisine by Rawia Bishara or by the militant Marxist organisation PFLP (Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine), or indeed through the Islamist ideology of Hamas.

One may not agree with Hamas, may not join them, but one cannot reduce the entire tapestry of Palestinian resistance to Hamas, or tell Hamas to disband, for Israelis are about to return Palestine to its rightful owners.

So the bogus proposition that Hamas provokes Israel to attack Gaza is not only narratively false because Israeli military operations in Palestine always predate any Hamas operation, but also because Palestinians in their entirety are neither reducible to Hamas nor can they be denied the right to resist occupation in whatever form they deem necessary. Dividing these forms of resistance into “moderate” and “militant” will also lead nowhere but the pestiferous Washington think tanks.

A film by Annemarie Jacir, an art installation by Emily Jacir, a poem by Rafeef Ziadah or Dana Dajani, or a moving song by Rim Banna is infinitely more radical than any flimsy rocket that Hamas might fire. The Israeli propaganda machinery does not want the world to know these radically defiant forms of Palestinian resistance that have grabbed Zionism by the throat for generations and do not allow it to swallow Palestine. But they magnify Hamas as the face of Palestine.

Military atrocities

In a future free and democratic Palestine, who knows how many votes Hamas would garner in a given election. But we are nowhere near that moment yet – and Israel and its criminal military atrocities are the principle obstacle why we are nowhere near that point. Until then, Palestinians are perfectly entitled to resist the robbery of their homeland by any means they deem necessary, including, but never limited to, Hamas.

Hamas does not provoke Israel to attack Gaza. Palestinians do. The very name of Palestine, the very fact and phenomenon of being a Palestinian, being a witness to the moral bankruptcy of the very idea of Zionism provokes Israel. The mere existence of Palestinians is the denial of Israel and its dominant Zionist ideology. That is the reason that Golda Meir famously said there are no Palestinians, for if there were any Palestinians, she would be a joke. So she had to say there are no Palestinians in order to be an Israeli prime minister.

So anytime you hear an Israeli propagandist mention the word “Hamas”, substitute for it “Palestinians” and the replaced signifier is far closer and truer to what they mean. They want to level that land from one end to another, continue to ethnically cleanse it, and call it Israel, and wash, as one young Israeli put it bluntly, Palestinians into the sea.

Zionism as a murderous machinery of colonial conquest will not stop until the very last inch of Palestine is taken – and yet the Palestinians persist in their homeland, resist occupation, procreate, sing, dance, compose music and poetry, make films, stage drama, organise acts of civil disobedience, mobilise for BDS … and yes, of course, some of them also pick up a few flimsy arms against the most sophisticated armed robbery of a homeland in history.

Malaysia can’t botch another air tragedy

Posted: 18 Jul 2014 08:48 AM PDT

Bloomberg View

There’s nothing funny about Malaysia Airlines losing two Boeing 777s and more than 500 lives in the space of four months. That hasn’t kept the humor mills from churning out dark humor and lighting up cyberspace.

Actor Jason Biggs, for example, got in trouble for tweeting: “Anyone wanna buy my Malaysia Airlines frequent flier miles?” A passenger supposedly among the 298 people aboard Flight 17 that was shot down over eastern Ukraine yesterday uploaded a photo of the doomed plane on Facebook just before takeoff in Amsterdam, captioning it: “Should it disappear, this is what it looks like.”

That reference, by a man reportedly named Cor Pan, was to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, whose disappearance in March continues to provide fodder for satirists, conspiracy theorists and average airplane passengers with a taste for the absurd. On my own Malaysia Air flight last month, I was struck by all the fatalistic quips around me — conversations I overheard and in those with my fellow passengers. One guy deadpanned: “First time I ever bought flight insurance.”

There is, of course, no room for humor after this disaster or the prospect that the money-losing airline might not survive — at least not without a government rescue. This company had already become a macabre punch line, something no business can afford in the Internet and social-media age. It’s one thing to have a perception problem; it’s quite another to have folks around the world swearing never to fly Malaysia Air.

Nor is no margin for mistakes by Malaysia or the airline this time, even though all signs indicate that there is no fault on the part of the carrier. The same can’t be said for the bumbling and opacity that surrounded the unexplained loss of Flight 370. Even if there was no negligence on the part of Malaysia Air this week, the credibility of the probe and the willingness of Prime Minister Najib Razak‘s government to cooperate with outside investigators — tests it failed with Flight 370 — will be enormously important.

As I have written before, the botched response to Flight 370 was a case study in government incompetence and insularity. After six decades in power, Najib’s party isn’t used to being held accountable by voters, never mind foreign reporters demanding answers. Rather than understand that transparency would enhance its credibility, Malaysia’s government chose to blame the international press for impugning the country’s good name.

The world needs to be patient, of course. If Flight 370′s loss was puzzling, even surreal, Flight 17 is just plain tragic. It’s doubtful Najib ever expected to be thrown into the middle of Russian-Ukraine-European politics. Although there are still so many unanswered questions — who exactly did the shooting and why? — it’s depressing to feel like we’re revisiting the Cold War of the early 1980s, when Korean Air Flight 007 was shot down by a Soviet fighter jet.

More frightening is how vulnerable civilian aviation has become. Even if this is the work of pro-Russian rebels, yesterday’s attack comes a month after a deadly assault on a commercial jetliner in Pakistan. One passenger was killed and two flight attendants were injured as at least 12 gunshots hit Pakistan International Airlines Flight PK-756 as it landed in the northwestern city of Peshawar. It was the first known attack of its kind and raises the risk of copycats. The low-tech nature of such assaults — available to anyone with a gripe, a high-powered rifle and decent marksmanship — is reason for the entire world to worry.

The days ahead will be filled with postmortems and assigning blame. That includes aviation experts questioning why Malaysia Air took a route over a war zone being avoided by Qantas, Cathay Pacific and several other carriers. The key is for Malaysian authorities to be open, competent and expeditious as the investigation gains momentum. Anything less probably won’t pass muster.

Kenyataan Media : Twit Palsu #MH17

Posted: 18 Jul 2014 02:33 AM PDT

Kenyataan Media

Pihak pejabat  ingin memaklumkan bahawa tweet di bawah bukanlah daripada akaun twitter Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim (@anwaribrahim). Kami kesal dengan tindakan sesetengah pihak yang cuba mengambil kesempatan untuk memburuk-burukkan beliau tanpa mengambil kira perasaan keluarga mangsa dan sensitiviti seluruh rakyat Malaysia.

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18 Julai 2014

Twit palsu :

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Twit sebenar Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim berkenaan #MH17

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