Monday, September 6, 2010

Pergi Balik Belajar MUKADDAM


God the Almighty has given Hishammuddin Hussein, our often “not all there” Minister of Home Affairs, the courage and wisdom to put Musa Hassan out to pasture



Musa should never have been appointed the nation’s top dog in the first place


both Musa and Augustine Paul, and may his soul rest in peace, as “the lowest form of human life.” 

There is a sense of blessed relief permeating the atmosphere; even the police, I am told, are celebrating

The last thing we want after the Musa years is a Musa-cloned successor.


Seeing the back of Musa: An answer to a prayer

By Tunku Abdul Aziz

I hardly ever receive presents because, I suppose, I rarely ever give any. I do not even bother to celebrate my own birthday; it comes and goes completely unnoticed. When on the odd occasion I do receive a present for delivering an anti-corruption and ethical governance speech, I treasure it even though it is just another Royal Selangor pewter plate, to clutter my already-cluttered sitting room, collecting dust, to the annoyance of my long-suffering wife.

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Mobile Ring Tones Break the Peace at Mecca's Grand Mosque

Arab News

MAKKAH, Sept 2: As hundreds of thousands of pilgrims throng the Grand Mosque in pursuit of blessings in the last 10 days of Ramadan, the growing phenomenon of irritating mobile phones is disturbing the worshippers.

Ringtones from thousands of mobile phones have reached the level of spoiling the pious and spiritual air at the holy mosque. It has almost killed the tranquility of worshippers. Moreover, on a tour of any nook and corner of the holiest shrine in Islam, worshippers are also encountering the flashes of cameras, Al-Riyadh Arabic daily reported.

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