Protest against Israel in KL leads to argument between Palestinian ambassador and protesters

Protest against Israel in KL leads to argument

between Palestinian ambassador and protesters

An Umno Youth-led rally against the deadly Israeli air strikes on Gaza Strip turned into a war of words today which saw the Palestinian ambassador having an argument with some protesters resulting in them staging a walk-out.

 

The protest, held outside the Palestinian embassy in Ampang, was attended by 200 people, including Umno Youth deputy chief Khairy Jamaluddin.
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Protest against Israel turns into war of words

Rahmah Ghazali

from:Malaysiakini

An Umno Youth-led rally against the deadly Israeli air strikes on Gaza Strip turned into a war of words today which saw the Palestinian ambassador having an argument with some protesters resulting in them staging a walk-out.
The protest, held outside the Palestinian embassy in Ampang, was attended by 200 people, including Umno Youth deputy chief Khairy Jamaluddin.

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All Burmese Illegal Immigrants can leave Malaysia easily Now

PUTRAJAYA: The Government is mulling over the possibility of imposing a minimum compound on foreigners who overstay, rather then jailing them, in a move to encourage them to leave the country.

Home Minister Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar said that with more than one million illegal immigrants believed to be in Malaysia, authorities would have to find ways – apart from enforcement – to get them to leave.

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Mizzima:Sheikh Hasina seeks Suu Kyi’s release

by Siddique Islam

Dhaka (Mizzima News) — Sheikh Hasina, Bangladesh’s Prime Minister in waiting has sought the release of Burmese democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi from prolonged house arrest and friendly relations with all neighbouring countries.
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Kashmiri Muslim students holding placards during a silent protest against Israeli attack on Gaza

 

 

Kashmiri Muslim students holding placards during a silent protest against Israeli attack on Gaza, in Srinagar, India today. — AP pic

Kashmiri Muslim students holding placards during a silent protest against Israeli attack on Gaza, in Srinagar, India today. — AP pic

Struggle for the second Independence of Burma

Struggle for the second Independence of Burma

Lost of Independence for the people of Burma

Independence is the self-government of a nation, country, or state by its residents and population,  generally exercising sovereignty. So with that definition, Burmese people and our country, Burma/Myanmar is not free. We have lost our first  Independence to the looters, Myanmar military.

Myanmar embassies around the world stopped celebrating Independence day and Revolution day celebration  is replaced or renamed as the Tatmadaw (Royal Military) day. So they are officially or tactically acknowledging that we lost our Independence and they do not like our previous and coming revolution.

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Irrawaddy:Win Tin Denies NLD Divided Over 2010 Election

By:MINN LWIN

Win Tin, a leading member of Burma’s main opposition party, the National League for Democracy (NLD), denied claims that he had said the party was divided over whether it would take part in an election slated for 2010.

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Discrimination and no respect for Human Rights, democracy and dignity in Myanmar

Discrimination and no respect for Human Rights,

democracy and dignity in Myanmar

 

“Respect for human dignity implies commitment to creating conditions under which individuals can develop a sense of self-worth and security. True dignity comes with an assurance of one’s ability to rise to the challenges of the human situation.”
* Aung San Suu Kyi

“Human beings are born free, equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.”                            
* Article 1, Universal Declaration of Human Rights  

The unequal opportunities and rights embodied in the 2008 Myanmar Constitution disregards the universal recognition that humans being born free, with equality in dignity and rights. The new Constitution is structured in a hierarchical chain-of-command with military personnel as the first class, male citizens as the second, female citizens as the third and (MY COMMENT AND ADDITION)Muslims of Myanmar as the FORTH CLASS CITIZENS. The principles of equality in opportunity and justice in the political, social and economic spheres are ignored, leaving those citizens who posses less opportunities and rights as constantly under assault whenever conflicting claims prevail. This Constitution does not uphold the spirit of brotherhood and sisterhood and claims the dignity and rights of civilian citizens are inferior to those of military personnel – who in reality are forgetting their roles as public servants.                           
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New colon bug found

New colon bug found

PETALING JAYA: People with persistent diarrhoea, constipation or bloated stomach should go for medical checks as they could be hosting a newly-discovered micro-organism or pathogen called Blastocystis, said world renowned Malaysian scientist Professor Dr G. Suresh Kumar.

He said it could lead to serious illness if not treated correctly. The possibility of it leading to cancer is being researched now but it can still cause other serious gastro-intestinal ailments.

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