Eid Mubarak Pa Pa and Ah Mar

Eid Mubarak Pa Pa and Ah Mar

 

 

 

The early morning cool breeze is teasing my heavy heart.

The gentle wind reminds my lonely fate in this faraway land.

The reverberation of “Takbir”, Eid prayers made my eyes wet with tears.

The dawn breeze and the echo of Takbir remind me of my native country side.

 

My heart filled with sorrow. I missed my home town.

I want to go back home, to my Pa Pa, Ah Mar, brothers, sisters and relatives.

I am still naively struggling for life’s daily needs.

What to do? This is my luck, my fate, my life.

 

I am praying from my heart, sending my regards whole heartedly to all of you.

I humbly request your forgiveness.

Please do not feel sad because I am away and could not celebrate Eid together.

 

My heat will be with all of you forever, Pa Pa, Ah Mar and all the brothers and sisters.

Your loving son from a far away place is looking forward for your blessings.

Note: I hereby wrote my feelings while listining the Malaysia’s famous song_

Sudirman’s my favourite song, Dari Jauh Ku Pohon Maaf

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We salute YB Zaid Ibrahim from the bottom of our hearts

We salute YB Zaid Ibrahim from the bottom of our hearts

Making a surprising appearance in the courtroom was former de facto law minister Zaid Ibrahim, who sat next to Marina.

  • “Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man’s character, give him power.”
    Abraham Lincoln
  • The shifts of Fortune test the reliability of friends. Cicero (106 BC – 43 BC), De Amicitia
  • Fame is a vapor, popularity an accident, riches take wing, and only character endures.Horace Greeley
  • We live in deeds, not years: In thoughts not breaths; In feelings, not in figures on a dial. We should count time by heart throbs. He most lives Who thinks most, feels the noblest, acts the best. David Bailey
  • To see what is right, and not do it, is want of courage, or of principle. Confucius
  • To measure the man, measure his heart.” Malcolm Stevenson Forbes

raja petra habeas corpus court 230908 01 marina and zaid

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Victim of ISA and Sedition

Since When Has RPK Been a Security Threat?

Islam: The Way, The Truth, And The Life – A. Deedat (12/14)

Islam: The Way, The Truth, And The Life –

A. Deedat (12/14)

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The Three Prophets – One Message- Abdur Raheem Green

The Three Prophets – One Message

 

Abdur Raheem Green – Meaningful Mankind, The Purpose of Life

Abdur Raheem Green –

Meaningful Mankind, The Purpose of Life

Sex, Drugs And Rock N’ Roll: Or is there more to life? A.R.G

Sex, Drugs And Rock N’ Roll:

Or is there more to life? A.R.G

Sex drugs & Music or is there more to life?

Sex drugs & Music

or is there more to life?

UN envoy to Myanmar calls for more international pressure for release of political prisoners

NEW YORK –The U.N. special envoy to Myanmar Ibrahim Gambari expressed his disappointment on Thursday in the Myanmar authorities’ slow reaction to international demands for the release of pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi and other political prisoners, and called on its neighbors to use their influence on the country’s junta.

Gambari also said he does not support the nation’s scheduled election in 2010, but rather “a serious dialogue” to make the election free and fair.

“All those who have influence on the authorities of Myanmar, including neighboring countries, including ASEAN, we are calling on them to use it to encourage the authorities to release political prisoners and Aung San Suu Kyi,” said Gambari during an interview with The Mainichi Shimbun, adding that he is “disappointed” with the response of the Myanmar government.

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Opposition Wants Review Of Constitution

2008-09-23 09:53

from:mysinchew.com

YANGON, MYANMAR: The party of detained pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi urged Myanmar’s ruling junta on Monday (22 Sept) to set up a committee to review the military-backed constitution, saying it was “approved by force” in a referendum earlier this year.

The terms of the charter perpetuate the military’s influence over politics and bar Suu Kyi from public office.

“The majority of the people do not accept the constitution which was illegally approved by force,” said a statement by Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy, charging that the authorities used coercion, intimidation, deception and misrepresentation to get voters’ approval.

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Taking a Deep Breath

Monday,September 22,2008

from:Irrawaddy

The Irrawaddy recently spoke with UN envoy Ibrahim Gambari about his meetings with Aung San Suu Kyi, his disappointments and his hopes for the future of Burma.

Question: Several UN special envoys to Burma have come and gone over the past 20 years, each time leaving the country empty-handed. What is your take on that?

Answer: Well, I can only speak for my own role. I took on this assignment in May 2006 as Under Secretary General for Political Affairs, but I was not designated as special advisor on Myanmar [Burma] until May last year. So my own engagement is rather more recent.

It has had its ups and downs. But I think—if one wants to be fair—one has to see that before I came, for two and half years, no special envoy of the UN was even allowed in the country.

I am probably the only foreigner to be allowed to meet Aung San Suu Kyi, which I have done on seven occasions. I think it is also fair to say that we have therefore opened a high-level engagement between the UN and the authorities in Myanmar.
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