Badon Min era Muslim poet Shwe Taung Thargathu U Nu’s historic preface (in Burmese)

Badon Min era Muslim poet Shwe Taung Thargathu U Nu’s

historic preface

Source: Professor Dr Aung Zaw’s book,

“Taing Yin Muslim (Burmese Muslim), famous poets and authors”

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Burmese citizens are aware that the SPDC Military judges have done wrong and going to hell

Burmese citizens are aware that

the SPDC Military judges have done wrong and going to hell

I wish to request Judge N.H. Chan and Malaysian Insider to allow me to use the following good article, take extracts and Burmanized so that our Burmese people could learn about JUSTICE, RULE OF LAW and Separation of power.

Source:  ‘The people know when a judge has done wrong’ , By N.H. Chan in Malaysian Insider

The Law is not a casualty. It is the integrity and reputation of a great number of the country’s judges that has been tarnished. Those affected are the ‘judges’ of the SPDC Junta but mostly they are the judges in the ‘higher echelon of the judicial hierarchy of Myanmar’ (sic).

They think they can ignore the provisions of the Federal and the State Constitutions, even the statutes enacted by Parliament or the feelings of the people or the REVERED MONKS, so long as they side with the military government of the day. Whether or not they have intentionally taken one side or the other is not the point, it is the public perception of their decisions that they are one-sided that matters.

The coward and sycophant judges under the Myanmar Military have sullied the good name and reputation of our nation, Burma irreparably. In the eye of the international community, Myanmar is now a pariah state; it is no better than Zimbabwe, Iran, North Korea and other rogue nations where the rule of law is only a myth and where the notion of separation of powers or the independence of the judges seems to be beyond the reach of their comprehension.

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Police chief among 16 dead in Russia Caucasus violence

MAKHACHKALA (Russia), Feb 6 — The police chief of the southern Russian city of Makhachkala was shot dead in his car yesterday, one of 16 people killed in a string of attacks in the mainly Muslim North Caucasus.

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Malaysian Home Ministry postpones ops on bosses hiring illegal workers

Malaysian Home Ministry postpones ops on bosses hiring illegal workers

PUTRAJAYA: The planned Feb 15 nationwide crackdown on employers harbouring illegal workers has been postponed, said Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein.

He announced this after meeting 31 representatives from Chinese chambers of commerce and guilds yesterday.

The move, he said, would allow the Chinese New Year festivities to proceed smoothly.

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Hitting the brakes on foreign force

In the face of widespread public resentment, the island republic will cap the number of foreign workers as well as cut down on subsidies extended to permanent residents.

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Malaysian Judge fined a poor Pakistani lorry driver RM10,000 fine for offering RM50 bribe!

Malaysian Judge fined a poor Pakistani lorry driver

RM10,000 fine for offering RM50 bribe!

Becareful all foreigners, the slogen Malaysia Boleh do not refer to foreigners here.

JOHOR BARU: A Pakistani gardener who tried to bribe a policeman with RM50 paid a heftier price when the Sessions Court here fined him 200 times the amount.

Warid Said Zuraish Khan, 22, was fined RM10,000 yesterday for trying to bribe the policeman who wanted to take action against him for not possessing a driving licence.

He pleaded guilty and begged the judge for leniency as he earned only about RM600 a month.

“I also have four children and a wife who are awaiting my return to Pakistan,” he said. Warid said he planned to return to his country in May.

Judge Aliman Musri, however, sentenced Warid to a day’s jail and RM10,000 fine.

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