Tun Dr M should advise the new PM YAB Najib to abandon the shameful Islam Had Hari

Tun Dr M should advise the new PM YAB Najib

to abandon the shameful Islam Had Hari

Just read the following interview published in the Mizzama on line magazine with the exiled umbrella orgnization ‘National Council of Union of Burma’ (NCUB) Joint General Secretary (1) Myint Thein. Surprisingly these two Buddhists organizations and persons’ views on Rohingyas are much better than the inhumane and un-Islamic  Islam Had Hari leader. Tun Dr M should advise the new PM YAB Najib to abandon the shameful Islam Had Hari from Malaysia as we should not continue to practice that kind of Islam in Malaysia.

“Humanism is more important than the term ‘Rohingya’: NCUB”, Interview for Mizzima by Ko Wild on Wednesday, 11 February 2009 with exiled umbrella orgnization ‘National Council of Union of Burma’ (NCUB) Joint General Secretary (1) Myint Thein.

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Mizzima:Official investigated in human trafficking scandal

Dhaka (Mizzima) – A ward level Peace and Development Council (PDC) member in Rakhine state is under investigation for allegedly extorting money from Rohingya victims of human trafficking.

Maungdaw District PDC Chairman U Than Tin and local Immigration Department Chief Major Aung Gyi took No. 5 Ward PDC Chairman U Nidalan to their headquarters in Maungdaw Township on March 24th for questioning.  
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Mizzima:Detained Burmese protest wanting to go home

New Delhi (Mizzima) – Wanting to return home, over 180 Burmese migrant workers held in ‘Samonyin’ detention camp by the Malaysian Immigration Department have been staging protests since yesterday evening. 

The protests have to do with their being held at the Immigration detention centre and not releasing those arrested before last December on the Thai border.
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Shrinking airlines park more planes in the desert

Shrinking airlines park more planes in the desert

MARANA, Arizona (AP): Old jets come here, empty engine pods shrink-wrapped in white, tall red tails fading to pink in the desert sun. More will come soon. Some will never fly again.

Airlines have announced plans over the past year to take 1,700 planes out of service as fewer people fly. United Airlines is retiring all 94 of its Boeing 737s by the end of this year, and Northwest Airlines has cut its old DC-9 fleet by about a third.

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The Irrawaddy:US Congressmen Cautious Over Lifting Sanctions

WASHINGTON – Seventeen US lawmakers have expressed deep concern over reports that the Obama administration is considering lifting economic sanctions against Burma and urged Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to appoint a special coordinator for Burma.

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Italian magazine tries to narrow gap with Muslims

MILAN, April 5 – On one side of a drab street in working-class Milan, a squat structure houses a conservative mosque that was once believed to be a hub of radical Islam in Italy. Even now, after a government crackdown drove off extremists, the mosque’s deeply conservative members remain mostly aloof from Italian society.

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Migrants’ Dreams shattered in Malaysia

Migrants’ Dreams shattered in Malaysia

DHAKA, April 5 — They went abroad in the hope of materialising their dreams of job, better pay and a descent life. But they have come back home with their hope shattered.

Md. Faisal Ahmed of Dhaka, Md Saidur of Savar and Obaidul Kader of Gazipur — three youths, in their mid 20s — have recently returned from Malaysia after being cheated by their recruiting agents. They have narrated the story their sufferings they endured during their days in the South-east Asian country. Faisal arrived in Malaysia in March 2007. He was promised a 25,000 Taka (RM1,273) job in a plastic company by the recruiting agency for a three-year period. Continue reading