For those who flee persecution in their country, irrespective whether they are MUSLIMS or not, will apparently be ‘pushed back to sea if they try to land’

For those who flee persecution in their country, irrespective whether they are

MUSLIMS or not, will apparently be ‘pushed back to sea if they try to land’

I am ashamed that most of our Muslims leaders are shamelessly keeping quiet because of greed of power and money. This kind of behaviour, arrogance and selfishness is against the teaching of Islam but the Christians and Hindus are more humane, kind-hearted and show the loving-kindness.

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Malaysia’s ‘Foreign Workers First Out’(FWFO) Policy is UNJUST, DISCRIMINATORY and UNCONSTITUTIONAL

Malaysia’s ‘Foreign Workers First Out’(FWFO) Policy is

UNJUST, DISCRIMINATORY and UNCONSTITUTIONAL

MALAYSIA’S ‘FOREIGN WORKERS FIRST OUT’ POLICY IS UNJUST, DISCRIMINATORY AND UNCONSTITUTIONAL

 

 

We, the undersigned organizations, groups and networks, concerned about migrant and worker rights, are appalled at Malaysia’s unjust, discriminatory and unconstitutional anti-worker policy, known as ‘Foreign Workers First Out’ (FWFO) policy when it comes to retrenchment.

 

A recent Malaysian newspaper report read,“…Employers must retrench their foreign workers ahead of their Malaysian staff as they seek to weather the current economic slowdown, said Deputy Human Resource Minister Datuk Noraini Ahmad. She reiterated that employers should adopt the Government’s foreign worker first out (FWFO) principle…”(Star, 28/2/2009 – Retrench foreign workers first, employers told)

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Forbidden secrets: memories of China’s last eunuch

By Emma Graham-Harrison

By Emma Graham-Harrison

BEIJING, March 15 – Only two memories brought tears to Sun Yaoting’s eyes in old age – the day his father cut off his genitals, and the day his family threw away the pickled remains that should have made him a whole man again at death.  

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Forbidden secrets: memories of China’s last eunuch 

   Forbidden secrets: memories of China’s last eunuch The Malaysian Insider

All about intellectual property & defamation law

All about intellectual property & defamation law

 

At eLawyer’s first forum on Blogging and Law held today at Auditorium Tun Suffian, Faculty of Law in University of Malaya, speaker  Foong Cheng Leong, a KL-based attorney spoke on the topic of “Blogging and Intellectual Property Law”. 

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As airports become deserted, jobless jets flock to deserts

   As airports become deserted, jobless jets flock to deserts 

SINGAPORE, March 15 – Where does a carrier like Singapore Airlines (SIA) park “idle” planes until the current slack in air travel and cargo business picks up again? Try a desert.

SIA announced last month that it is slashing its capacity by 11 per cent and has grounded a total of 18 planes.

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Raunchy pix of Pauline Hanson sold to media

   Raunchy pix of Pauline Hanson sold to media 

 

MARCH 15 – Raunchy photographs of a teenage Pauline Hanson have been sold to the media by an old boyfriend.

The photographs were taken in the mid-1970s, showing Ms Hanson partially nude and dressed in lingerie.

The former One Nation leader, who is hoping to stage a political comeback in the Queensland election, would have been about 19 when the shots were taken during a drunken interlude on a resort holiday, News Limited reports.

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More incentives to retain govt doctors

   More incentives to retain govt doctors 

PETALING JAYA, March 15 – The Health Ministry is providing “hard and soft rewards” to retain doctors in government service, Deputy Director-General of Health (Medical) Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah said.

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