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Zahid Hamidi kata kurang anggota punca jenayah sukar dikawal?

Posted: 30 Jul 2013 01:41 AM PDT




Adakah punca jenayah semakin meningkat sekarang ini berpunca dari kekurangan bilangan anggota polis dan kekurangan peralatan? Zahid Hamidi nak salahkan apa pula atau siapa pula selepas ini? Kenyataan dari seorang menteri sebegini hanya menambahkan lagi kerisauan rakyat. Ini bermakna selagi nisbah polis dan rakyat belum 1:35, maka selagi itu jenayah sukar dikawal. Berapa pula nisbah polis dan rakyat tahun 70an, 80an dulu?

30 Julai 2013 - Polis tidak boleh dipersalahkan dalam peningkatan kejadian pembunuhan menggunakan senjata api yang dilihat seolah-olah berleluasa sejak kebelakangan ini.

Menteri Dalam Negeri, Datuk Seri Dr. Ahmad Zahid Hamidi berkata, sebaliknya semua pihak perlu memahami bahawa polis di Malaysia menghadapi kekurangan jumlah anggota dan peralatan berbanding negara maju.

"Sebagai contoh, di New York, Amerika Syarikat, seorang polis berkhidmat untuk 35 penduduk berbanding seorang polis di Malaysia berkhidmat untuk 700 penduduk untuk sesuatu kawasan," katanya.

Hussain Ahmad Najadi sokong kebangkitan Arab Spring?

Posted: 29 Jul 2013 09:47 PM PDT


Temuramah akhbar The Star pada 7 Mei 2013 dengan Hussain Ahmad Najadi , Pengasas Arab Malaysia Bank yang dibunuh mendedahkan bahawa Hussain adalah merupakan seorang pada usia mudanya seorang yang sering mengadakan demonstrasi terhadap pemerintah. Beliau telah dipenjarakan kerana mempersoalkan hutang seorang menteri yang sudah tertunggak selama sembilan tahun. Beliau juga secara tidak langsung menyokong kebangkitan Arab Spring. Apakah motif pembunuhan beliau yang sebenarnya?

By sharing his life, he hopes to create more understanding between Malaysia and the Arab world.
Tuesday May 7, 2013

It is the story of Hussain Najadi, a Bahrain-born commoner who founded the Arab Malaysian Development Bank – yes, the bank with the camel mascot! – in 1975.

Hussain was born in 1938 in Bahrain's capital, Manama.

As Ahmad's only child, Hussain displayed the same rebellious streak and, in his youth, joined the increasing number of people agitating for more personal freedom and liberties in then Britain-ruled Bahrain, resulting in repeated detentions.

After being caught leading several demonstrations, he was told to leave the country when he was 18 years old (in 1956), and he opted to go to Germany, where his training and career in business began.

And then, at the height of his professional success, the boy who came from nothing to gain so much was thrown into jail. He had had the temerity to ask that a loan, nine years overdue, be paid back – the problem was, the loan had been made to very senior Bahraini minister.

Knowing the political situation in Bahrain – it had gained independence from the British in 1971 but remains a strongly controlled Constitutional monarchy – why did Najadi make his demand?

Perhaps it had something do with his formative years when, unlike his peers, he was a voracious reader, and he had the good fortune of reading not just capitalist tomes, but also works by socialists and communists and other characters that are considered radical for capitalist-leaning Bahrain.

"My dad did say that one day, those books are going to get me into trouble. And he was right," Najadi says with a laugh.

By a stroke of luck, he was able to obtain an Iranian passport and fled as soon as he was let out of jail. Until today, Najadi remains persona non grata in his homeland and cannot re-enter Bahrain.

He does not shy away from talking at length about the rise of citizen movements like the Arab Spring demanding more democratic space in the Middle East.

"Bahrain is in turmoil now, and it is also running out of oil. It has had the same prime minister for the last 42 years. In a way, you could say that the Arab Spring started from Bahrain, and spread onwards from there, though the tsunami has yet to reach its conclusion."

While Najadi's life has centred on finance, The Sea And The Hills is not about making money.

"I have a zero ROI (return on investment) target for this book, which is purely about fostering better understanding between countries and civilisations. Malaysians still misunderstand the Arab world, and whatever they know about it usually comes from Hollywood movies and other Western perspectives of the Middle East."


Najadi Tokoh Kewangan Tersohor Dengan Gaya Hidup Ringkas, Sederhana
Selasa Julai 30, 2013

PETALING JAYA: Hussain Ahmad Najadi pernah tinggal di sebuah banglo mewah di Jalan Ampang, tetapi bertukar angin dan berpindah ke sebuah kondominium yang terletak kira-kira 15 minit berjalan kaki dari pejabatnya di Menara Haw Par.

"Pada usia saya, saya berasa lebih selamat tinggal di sana," katanya kepada The Star dalam satu temu bual pada 2 April untuk mempromosikan autobiografinya, The Sea and The Hills.

Dalam temu bual yang diadakan di pejabatnya yang serba ringkas dan sederhana, Najadi juga mendedahkan buku seterusnya akan bertajuk Decline of the West: The Enemy Within.

"Ia akan bercerita tentang bagaimana Barat jatuh melalui kemerosotan, seperti cara empayar Rome hancur, melalui kepuasan diri mereka sendiri," katanya.



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