Requesting Royal Pardon for the jailed three Burmese brothers

Kindly consider granting

amnesty or Royal Pardon for

the jailed three Burmese brothers

Dr Zafar Shah

Three Burmese brothers jailed but how about ASEAN leaders who always shield and protect those killer SPDC?

We are not condoning or supporting terrorism. Burning and assaulting of diplomatics are wrong. But what push those three Rohingyas to run amok. What is the root cause of of this problem.

We all have to accept that we could not yet indict SPDC Myanmar Generals for the Crimes against Humanity, Ethnic Cleansing and other crimes.

Then just for thought: how about Myanmar-Crime Collobrator ASEAN leaders who shilded the SPDC so that they could continue to rule Myanmar and continue committing those crimes.

I know it is difficult or impossible in this world but on the Judgement day, infront of GOD/ALLAH those ASEAN Leaders would be surely judged and punished.

So kindly consider granting amnesty or Royal Pardon for them.

Dr Zafar Shah

 Read the present news and I hope the readers could remember that they had complaint to the judge about their jailors atrocities showing their wounds. What happen to their reports and those criminal torturers are declared cleared? Where is the justice?

They were tortured in your crony SPDC in Burma.

Myanmar Ambassy discriminated them.

They were denied asylum because they are not orang puteh Muslims nor from Indonesia or Philippine or Thai.

They were discriminated by UNHCR because they are not CHRISTIANS, not Chins but Muslims.

No wonder ASEAN countries are facing one disaster after another.

I hope Allah/God knows the truth and would dispend justice.

Three Burmese brothers jailed for embassy attack


Three brothers were each jailed for 36 years by a Malaysian court for an attack on the Burmese embassy in Kuala Lumpur, state media reported yesterday.

Abdul Fariyas Hardi, 46, Mohamad Salim, 42, and Muslim Salim, 39 – from Burma – were found guilty of the attempted murder of a Burmese envoy and committing mischief by causing damage to the embassy, Bernama said.

The men – who were arrested and detained after the attack in April 2004 – refused the judge’s advice to make a plea of mitigation and maintained their innocence, the report said.

“You have been detained for nearly four years but you have not shown any remorse over the crimes you have committed,” Judge Akhtar Tahir said, according to Bernama. They were sentenced to 18 years for each offence, to run consecutively from their day of arrest.





Diplomat wounded




In the incident, diplomat Khin Maung Lynn was hospitalised with severe wounds to his head and hands and the embassy, in the capital’s Ampang diplomatic district, was gutted by fire.

The men, of Muslim Rohingyas origin, were believed to have been disgruntled after trying for several days to have their documents verified by embassy staff as they sought refugee status with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.

The UNHCR had appointed two lawyers to represent the brothers but they subsequently dismissed their counsel, Bernama said.

The Malaysian government says there are about 25,644 Burmese asylum-seekers – mostly Rohingya Muslims – in the country but refugee groups believe the real figure is more than double that.



Why the delay over postings for medical grads?


 Why the delay over postings for medical grads?

Star Online, letter





WE often hear that the country is facing a severe shortage of doctors. Whereas the ratio of doctor to population is 1:600 in developed countries, ours is 1:1200.

I graduated from a medical school in November 2007 and was, together with 100 of my colleagues, interviewed by the public services commission (PSC). It is almost five months since and we still haven’t received our postings.

By the way, some of us received our letters of offer in the first week of March but the letters were dated the third week of January 2008.

On March 14, I personally handed over the letter of acceptance to the PSC. On April 6, I checked with the Health Ministry and was told that they still had not received anything from the PSC.

We are young doctors eager to serve the nation and yet are left frustrated and puzzled at the lack of urgency of the concerned agencies. We still do not understand where the fault lies.

Does this state of affairs mean there is no real shortage of doctors? If so, why is the Government busy recruiting doctors from overseas? Or does this reflect gross inefficiency in the public delivery system?

I hope the Government, particularly the Chief Secretary, would look into this matter. What is more saddening is that we cannot look for employment elsewhere as graduate doctors are required by law to serve the Government.

Please don’t let our enthusiasm fizzle out even before we start on our journey to serve the people and nation.