Sunday, May 15, 2011

Salahuddin Al-Ayubi Versi KEMETOT

Ibrahim: 'Kalau nak perang salib boleh'


Ya Allah! Ini ke dia pejuang jihad?

Pejuang jihad kena sakit jantung?

Macamana nak pikul senjata kalau dah sempot sakit jantung?

Jantung dah berselirat kena sendal dengan dawai. thee he he…
Kena sumbat belon. thee he he…

Tiap2 hari kena telan Plavix.
Silap haribulan kena buat bypass.

Macamana nak angkat senjata? KAH KAH KAH!
Pedang pejuang jihad paling kurang 6 kaki panjang wooi.. jgn memain.

Macamana nak angkat pedang pejuang jihad ni?
Pedang 'pejuang' celah kangkang kontot 3 inci setengah pun dah tak larat nak angkat?
KAH KAH KAH! KAH KAH KAH! KAH KAH KAH!

by Haider Yutim
http://www.malaysiandigest.com/news/23084

GOMBAK, 15 MAY, 2011: Perkasa President Datuk Ibrahim Ali defended prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Najib Razak on the position of Islam as the country’s official religion.

In a belligerent speech during a Perkasa-organized program here yesterday, Ibrahim went to the extent of declaring a holy war should the DAP or anyone else dare make Christianity as the official religion in Malaysia.

“If they want a crusade, then I am Salahuddin Al-Ayubi of this country,” he said at the Info Komuniti 1Malaysia Program at Anjung Bestari in Kampung Changkat, here last night.

He said all these while the Malays have been patient and according to him, being quiet doesn’t mean that the Malays are afraid as they have always put peace and well-being of the rakyat and country above everything else.


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Quiet Meal in a Forest Sanctuary


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The FRIM cafeteria brings to mind what an ideal eatery should be.
by Tiberius Kerk | May 15, 2011

I don’t normally have lunch in the heart of the forest. Perhaps it is inaccurate to describe it as so but FRIM (Forest Research Institute of Malaysia) is such a “cool” place that having a small “makan” is always a memorable experience.

There is a cafeteria which caters mainly to FRIM workers and the occasional visitors. Outsiders who do not want to make an effort to venture to Kepong for their meals would gravitate towards this place.

It was really pleasant to have a meal at the FRIM canteen. There is none of that traffic noise, smell of auto exhaust fumes and the incessant chattering from nearby tables.

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