No need to censor political content on Internet, says Dr M

By TEH ENG HOCK and ISABELLE LAI

KUALA LUMPUR: There is no need to censor political content on the Internet, said Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

He said during his tenure as prime minister, he did not censure information from the Internet and hoped the present Government would keep the status quo.

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Dream of a modern Islamic leader

Dream of a modern Islamic leader

I respect and pray for you especially because of your words, “All Malaysians are equal and all Muslims are equal also”. It is a sharp contrast from an unIslamic Had Hari leaders’ bigoted view even on other Muslims different from his favoured races. Although my late religious leader from Burma, who was your roommate wrote an introduction letter to you I was scared to see or send to you as I may be marked as anti-establishment foreigner. I heard that your friend had passed away in Burma, in Bone Oh near Mandalay. He was a famous state Ulama of Mandalay Division.

I had wrote a letter to former PM Paklah and SIL praising his version of Islam even quoting the salient points in his lecture at the Australia and Germany universities and requesting to accept or include the Burmese Muslims in his version of Islam. Blessing in disguise, they even never bother to reply or response at all. Are they ignorant that the Christians there just listen to them as a respect only.

The final straw that break the back-bone of the Had Hari was_

  1. that person’s acceptance of few hundred thousand of the ECONOMIC MIGRANTS in Sabah issuing various ICs in December 2008
  2. but defending the anti-Muslim SPDC’s Human Rights violations at UNGA on 24th of the same month
  3. and preaching his deviant form of Islam Had Hari at the interview with Bangkok Post to push out Muslim Rohingya into the deep Indian Ocean to let them die.

Allah had rightly punished him and would punish any leader who dare to continue with his unjust, inhumane and un-Islamic Had Hari.

Please read my interview with Tun Dr M and Datuk Seri Dr Wan Aziza Wan Ismail to know how great leaders are humble enough and how arrogant those two Had Hari leaders.

  1. Speaking with Dr. Maharthir, former Malaysia PM (interview in English)[158]
  2. Speaking with Mrs Anwar, Dr. Wan Azizah (interview in English)[161]

‘I have a dream’ by Datuk Nik Aziz

Citing the famous line from Dr Martin Luther King Jr, which was recently echoed by Barrack Obama, Nik Aziz said that he too ‘has a dream’. 

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Excellent proposal to get support from people in power to abolish ISA

Excellent proposal to get support from people in power to abolish ISA   

EXCELLENT! BRAVO TUN!

TQ TUN FOR UNINTENTIONALLY SUPPORTING THE ANTI ISA CAMPAIGN!!!

If the people in power realized that they could also be injured if they continue to play with the double edged sword ISA, they would definitely need to rethink their relentless support for and continued keeping this unjust law.  (If they are still able to think indiviuably away from the herd mentality they are always ordered to MAINTAINED and follow their respective whips.)

If just look back, we could see a few ministers and leaders aligned to DSAI had suffered under ISA although the same party was and is still in power.

Who knows, if there is a change of government, some of the present powerful leaders could suffer under this unjust law.

Or even if there is no change of government, if unlucky, losing faction of the present power struggle may be even able to taste the bitterness of the ISA they had supported to use on their opponents.

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Tun Dr M’s ‘open letter’ to the Myanmar Military leader Senior General Than Shwe

Tun Dr M’s ‘open letter’ to the

Myanmar Military leader Senior General Than Shwe

NOTE: If young Tun Dr M were in Myanmar, I hope he would write a letter like this to the Myanmar Military leader Senior General Than Shwe. Actually I had changed his letter sent to the PM Tunku Abdul Rahman at his time. Dr M was expelled from the ruling party because of this letter. 

Dear Senior General,

“You have become so powerful, both by virtue of your office and by popular acclaim, that Myanmar Tatmadaw has become subservient to you. SPDC is being held together, not because the members share your ideas on politics, but through a system of patronage and disguised coercion based on your miliitary Government rather than party authority. 

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If Doctor and Hospital fine over leaked report, you must take similar action on leaked Dr M’s letter to Israel PM

If Doctor and Hospital fined over leaked report,

you must take similar action on leaked Dr M’s letter to Israel PM

COMMENT: We hereby wish to request that_

If Doctor and Hospital fined over leaked report,you must take similar action on leaked alleged Dr M’s letter’ to Israel PM.

After all OSA is more powerful and serious than Private Healthcare Facilities and Services Act 1998.

And the letter rundown the reputation of our Greatest former PM and our country’s reputation of staunch defender of Islam and Palestinians but the report effected only one person only (if we hope and assume that there is no conspiracy at all)

After all Dr Osman is not the owner of the Pusrawi and even if he is an owner he could not and should not keep all the patient’s record under lock and key for all the time. Any patient facing any emergency problem could face problem if the doctors on duty in any hospital or health care facilities are denied access to the patient’s medical record.

 So if the authorities could not pin point the real culprit who leaked the records, could not arbitrarily practice collective punishment.

 I still remember the case of an illegal Indonesian Illegal Immigrant, killed by the dozen of soldiers at the beach in Malacca.  The judge released all the soldiers free because no one admit the crime of murder. The Judge failed to look at the UN International War Crime Tribunal’s Yamamoto Doctrine.

Yamamoto was found guilty for the crimes committed by his Japanese soldiers in Phillipine during WW2.

No police or military person could commit atrocities and claim immunity as if obeying the orders from above and no higher authorities could refused the responsibility of the crimes committed by his subordinates.

News from NST’s point of view

KUALA TERENGGANU: Hospital Pusrawi is liable to a fine of up to RM300,000 and its management may face jail time if investigations reveal there was negligence which led to Mohd Saiful Bukhari’s medical report being leaked.

Deputy Health Minister Datuk Dr Abdul Latif Ahmad said this was provided for under the Private Healthcare Facilities and Services Act 1998.

Furthermore, the Malaysian Medical Council (MMC) could take disciplinary action against the doctor involved because leaking the report to the public went against medical ethics, he said after visiting the Hospital Sultanah Nur Zahirah here. 

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Tun Dr Mahathir has also let me down as my mentor

Tun Dr Mahathir has also let me down as my mentor

 

Malaysiakini letter by M Raken | Aug 7, 08

Comment: I agree 100% with Mr M Raken. I always hope and pray that if Dr M and DSAI had never clash  or could work together, our country (please forgive me for using the word ‘our’) would be in a better or at the best possible place.

Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has stooped from the level of a statesman when he passed a personal verdict on Anwar Ibrahim that he (Anwar) is guilty of the sodomy charges without any substantial evidence.

It is so embarrassing to see a man so revered and at the pinnacle as a leader and the father of modern Malaysia stoop so low.

A true Muslim will never succumb to the temptation of passing unsubstantiated false judgments on another fellow brother even if it may mean the gain of the whole world.

 

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My wife would do the same

Dr M: My wife would do the same

Malaysiakini News

Dr Mahathir Mohamad responded with his trademark sarcasm when asked to comment on his former protege-turned-nemesis Anwar Ibrahim announcing his decision to ‘run’ in a by-election.

MCPX

“A loving wife could do nothing better… My wife would have done the same,” replied the 82-year-old former premier with a grin when posed with the question during a press conference in Kuala Lumpur.

 

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