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[PROGRAM, dikemaskini] Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim di N25 DUN Kajang, Selasa 4 Mac 2014

Posted: 03 Mar 2014 07:20 PM PST

Program Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim di N25 DUN Kajang

Selasa – 4 Mac 2014

1) 5:30ptg – Sepetang Bersama Ahli Persatuan Kereta Sewa Kajang

Lokasi: Hentian Teksi Kajang

2) 7:30mlm – Solat dan Tazkirah Maghrib

Lokasi: Surau Al-furqan, Taman Sekamat, Sg Sekamat

3) 8:45mlm – Solat dan Tazkirah Isya’

Lokasi: Surau Al-Rahman, Blok A, Flat Taman Taming Impian, Kajang

4) 9:45mlm – Ceramah 1

Lokasi: Padang Taman Kajang Baru, Kajang

5) 10:45mlm – Ceramah Perdana dan Pelancaran Jentera PAS

Lokasi: N0 45, Jln 4C, Desa Sri Jenaris, Sg Kantan, Kajang

PEJABAT DATO’ SERI ANWAR IBRAHIM

Dr Mahathir dan Anwar ibarat Firaun dan Nabi Musa, kata bekas presiden Abim

Posted: 03 Mar 2014 07:14 PM PST

TMI

Penderitaan yang dialami oleh Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim akibat kekejaman Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad (gambar) tidak ubah seperti Nabi Musa yang dibesarkan Firaun dan kemudian disingkirkan daripada istana, kata bekas presiden Angkatan Belia Islam Malaysia (Abim) Dr Razali Nawawi.

Bekas presiden Abim yang pertama itu berkata, angkara fitnah yang dilemparkan Firaun ke atas Nabi Musa, memaksanya lari meninggalkan istana menuju ke Iraq.

“Saya kata (perumpamaan) mereka ini seperti Firaun dengan Musa. Nabi Musa anak angkat kepada Firaun duduk dalam istananya tetapi apabila dilihat nabi ini membahayakan, dia membuat fitnah dan Nabi Musa terpaksa membawa diri sampai ke Iraq.

“Beginilah Anwar. Apabila Dr Mahathir nampak Anwar ini bahaya, macam-macam dia berbuat fitnah. Fitnah yang tidak pernah dilakukan orang lain sebelumnya,” katanya sewaktu berkempen di Taman Puncak Saujana, Kajang malam tadi.

Anwar pada 1998 dipecat sebagai timbalan perdana menteri selepas dikatakan terlibat dalam kes liwat membabitkan Azizan Abu Bakar, Sukma Darmawan dan beberapa individu lain.

Pada 2008, Saiful Bukhari Azlan, bekas kakitangan Anwar mendakwa diliwat oleh bekas timbalan perdana menteri itu dan pada 7 Ogos tahun sama, Anwar didakwa di Mahkamah Sesyen Kuala Lumpur, bagaimanapun pada 9 Januari 2012, Mahkamah Tinggi Kuala Lumpur membuat ketetapan bahawa Anwar tidak bersalah dalam kes tersebut.

Dr Razali berkata berulang kali mengingatkan kepada Anwar agar berhati-hati dengan permainan politik Dr Mahathir dan bekas menteri kewangan, Tun Daim Zainuddin.

“Saya kenal dia sejak 1969 dan sejak itu kami berkawan di dalam Abim. Saya presiden dan dia setiausaha agung.

“Saya ingatkan kepada Anwar berhati-hati  dengan Dr Mahathir dan Daim ini tetapi dia kata dia boleh uruskannya,” katanya.

Dr Razali berkata banyak pemimpin dunia hari ini mengalu-alukan kepimpinan Anwar dan berasa senang untuk berunding dengan ketua umum PKR itu.

“Saya pernah bertemu dengan timbalan presiden Sudan dan beliau berkata selagi Dr Mahathir hidup, Anwar akan susah,” katanya yang selesa berjubah dan berkain serban putih di kepala.

Please don’t send rejects to Kajang

Posted: 03 Mar 2014 12:59 AM PST

TMI

It is interesting as I monitor the news about the Kajang by-election.

This time around, MCA vice-president, Chew Mei Fun was selected to go into the battleground with PKR supremo leader, Anwar Ibrahim.

Note what Chew’s first statement: “It is time to vote a strong opposition in Selangor.” This statement is interesting considering the fact that Umno already has an opposition leader in Selangor.

In a largely chauvinistic society, I wonder how does Umno perceive Chew’s statement – that she wants to be the first Chinese non-Muslim lady to lead the BN opposition team in Selangor.

Voters will be disillusioned if they were to vote for her, thinking that a Chinese non-Muslim lady would finally champion the cause as opposition leader in Selangor.

Chew was rejected by PJ Utara

Chew had lost the 2008 General Election when she was contesting for the parliamentary seat of PJ Utara.

If she had been so hardworking, why did the people of Petaling Jaya reject her?

Now, after nearly six years, Chew is making a comeback in Kajang. Does she think that the people of Kajang are any less discerning compared to the people in Petaling Jaya?

Not forgetting 15,000 of Kajang are young voters who have hardly even heard about Chew’s political career and achievements as a deputy tourism minister.

Even Zaid Ibrahim, who was contesting as KITA president, was rejected by the people of Hulu Selangor. The people of Kajang know well the background of these candidates.

Chew’s lacklustre performance should not be spun around to make her look so great right now, when trying to woo Kajang voters.

MCA might as well have picked Ong Tee Keat to challenge Anwar in the Kajang by-election, instead of placing Chew as a sacrificial lamb to shame MCA because Umno knows that it is game over where the people of Kajang is concerned.

Chew resigned from all party posts

At least in the case of Ong, he had stood his ground when MCA party president ousted him in the internal MCA feuds, but Chew simply resigned from all posts.

There is a saying, “When the journey gets tough, it is the tough that gets going”. Chew does not have what it takes to withstand pressure, especially when her political master, Umno, sets its food down.

In Malaysia, we need people like Ong who stood firm despite being shaken over and over again. Between the two candidates, Anwar has the tenacity and what it takes to face the onslaught of Mahathirism in this country.

Having been imprisoned, and have all sorts of allegations hurled against him day and night, Anwar stood firm to his pursuit for justice. This is the kind of leader that we need for this country.

TIME: Losing Faith: Malaysia Should Be An Example Of Religious Tolerance

Posted: 02 Mar 2014 10:43 PM PST

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