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Selepas DiLiwat, Saiful Dinasihat Anwar Jangan Tinggalkan Solat ...





Antara hujah menarik perhatian kita dari Timbalan Pendakwa Raya, Tan Sri Dr Muhammad Shafee Abdullah di pagi hari Jumaat, 31 Oktober 2014



(Hujahnya akan disambung di sebelah pagi hari Isnin (petang Isnin tiada pendengaran) kemudian diikuti hujjah penggulungan oleh ketua pembelaan Anwar iaitu Datuk Gopal Sri Ram pada pagi Selasa)



1. Anwar Ibrahim bukanlah individu biasa. Beliau seorang yang berkarismatik dan berupaya untuk mempengaruhi pemikiran seorang budak muda seperti Saiful. Selepas meliwat Saiful, Anwar berpesan kepada Saiful supaya jangan meninggalkan solat.

(Nota: Bukan saja saja Saiful, malah orang lain juga yang tidak mengenali siapa Anwar sebenarnya)



2. Saiful yang gagal menamatkan pengajian degreenya dilantik oleh Anwar sebagai Pembantu Peribadi dengan gai gaji lumayan, elaun yg tinggi dan pelbagai lagi kemudahan lebih daripada staf Anwar yg lain.



3. Saiful dibawa ke mana saja oleh Anwar. Singapura, Hong Kong dan lain-lain negara.



4. Anwar juga memberikan Saiful sut Brioni yang bernilai hampir Rm 24,000 (USD 7,700) yang pada mana sebahagian daripada mereka yang hadir ke mahkamah hari ini tidak pernah dengar pun jenama ini. Tetapi mengapa Anwar hendak menjaga dengan baik hubungan beliau dengan Saiful, soal Shafee.

http://www.brioni.com/



5. Selepas Saiful menguruskan jadual perjalanan seharian, Anwar telah bertanya, “Can I f*ck you today?” Ini jelas menunjukkan keintiman perhubungan tersebut, ujar Shafee.



Saiful agak keberatan dan ini telah menimbulkan kemarahan Anwar di mana Saiful telah didominasi sepenuhnya (secara mental) oleh Anwar dan mereka ke bilik tidur utama untuk melakukan aktiviti liwat tersebut.



6. Shafee berkata bahawa kejadian liwat itu telah berlaku di antara 3 petang sehingga 4.30 petang di Kondominium Damansara. Hujah Shafee menyatakan bahawa Anwar meliwat Saiful tanpa kerelaan Saiful tetapi tidak bermaksud tanpa kebenaran. Ini adalah satu dilema psikologi dan moral apabila seorang individu yang dominan, majikan dan juga idola seperti Anwar Ibrahim mahu meliwat Saiful.



Perbuatan meliwat ini tidak ada kaitan dengan kebenaran kerana pada waktu ini Saiful telah tergamam dan tindakan tanpa melawannya itu dianggap tanda persetujuan oleh Anwar Ibrahim.



Liwat tersebut berlaku dengan tanpa kerelaan Saiful Bukhari. Maka dengan itu, Saiful bukanlah bersubahat dalam melakukan aktiviti liwat tersebut.



Atas bukti-bukti seperti ini, apa yang dikatakan oleh Saiful ada kebenarannya. Saiful takut kepada Anwar. Ini dapat dijelaskan dengan baik oleh gambar yang pihak peguambela sendiri bawa pada hari pertama yang menunjukkan Saiful masih menghidangkan air di rumah Anwar sehari selepas diliwat.



Muka Saiful bukanlah muka individu yang gembira ataupun ceria. Tetapi muka seseorang yang terpaksa berselindung di atas kejaidan trauma yang berlaku kepada dirinya sehari sebelum itu.



7. DNA ‘Lelaki Y’ yang ditemui di dalam dubur Saiful adalah sama dengan DNA yang diperoleh dari lokap Anwar Ibrahim. Anwar sama sekali tidak mahu sebarang benda (saliva, darah dsb.) diambil darinya untuk dibuat DNA profiling).



8. Bahan bukti yang didapati dari hospital seperti semen adalah intact dan tidak compromised sebagaimana yang telah disahkan oleh Mahkamah Rayuan sebelum ini. - sumber



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Seizure of Christian materials a violation of Malaysia Agreement


The pastor whose Christian books and CDs containing the word “Allah” were seized by Customs officers at klia2 in Sepang last Saturday, said he has been cheated of his rights as a Sabahan to practise his religion as promised in the Malaysia Agreement.



The Customs notice of the seizure of Christian books and CDs. – The Malaysian Insider pic, October 31, 2014.The Customs notice of the seizure of Christian books and CDs. – The Malaysian Insider pic, October 31, 2014.Maklin Masiau, who was detained and questioned for 40minutes by the Customs officers before his books and CDs were seized, said he was now prepared for the protracted process of getting the authorities to release the materials.



“I know the football game had just started,” he wrote in a posting on his Facebook page.



He said the Customs officers told him to deal with the Home Ministry for the release of the books and VCDs.



Masiau, who has refused to answer calls or reply to WhatsApp messages, also said on his Facebook that he would follow up on the seizure according to the required procedure and believed a settlement could be reached.



He appealed to his friends and well-wishers to remain calm, pray for a solution and avoid making comments with religious sensitivities.



“Pray for the Customs Department, the Home Ministry and all the agencies involved.”



On the incident at klia2, Masiau wrote: “I was detained and questioned for about 40 minutes.



“Even though I pleaded with them not to seize my things with all kinds of concrete reasons, they were steadfast in seizing them.



“Their main reason for the seizure was the books and the CDs contained the word Allah.”



Maklin, who was flying from Medan, Indonesian to Kota Kinabalu with a transit stop in Kuala Lumpur, said he had bought the CDs from the store Pdt. Ir. Niko as Christmas gifts to the church of Bethel Mawar Saron.



Maklin said the klia2 incident was his most bitter experience.



“I not only lost close to RM10,000. Worse, I lost my rights as a Sabahan who had been promised the freedom to practise my religion in the Malaysia Agreement.”



Council of Churches of Malaysia general secretary, Rev Dr Hermen Shastri, when contacted, said that they would leave it in the hands of Minister in the Prime Minister's Department, Tan Sri Joseph Kurup to resolve the matter.



He said the Protestant church of Sabah had contacted Kurup, who is also from Sabah, to enlist his help to work through the process as the materials were confiscated by the Customs Department, a federal authority.



"We are giving the government a chance in good faith to resolve it," Hermen said.



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Duo shot dead believed to be Sulu army recruiters


Two men shot dead by police in the vicinity of a shophouse in Penampang Baru, Sabah Thursday evening are suspected to be members of the Sulu Rebel Army and the "driving force" behind the recruitment of new members.



Initial police investigations revealed that the duo, in their 30s and 50s, had arrived from Kota Kinabalu and attempted an armed robbery in the area.



In the 5pm incident, a police team intercepted a vehicle in which the two men were travelling. At that juncture, the duo tried to resist and the police were forced to open fire, killing them on the spot.



According to a police source, police surveillance on the two men about a few weeks ago had revealed that they tried to recruit new members, spread the so-called Sulu Sultanate ideology in Sabah, as well as preached elements of violence.



"The suspects, who came from Kota Kinabalu, were also attempting to commit an armed robbery in the area.



"The police are now tracking down the remnants of this group and they are also believed to be getting active off the east coast of Sabah," he said when contacted.



In February last year, the country was stunned when armed Sulu rebels from southern Philippines intruded into Lahad Datu and Semporna in Sabah's east coast, which saw 10 members of the national security forces killed.



However, through a joint army and police operation, dubbed Operasi Daulat, the rebels were routed. More than 100 rebels were killed and hundreds of their followers captured in the state.



Following the incident, the Government set up a security shield to thwart violations, kidnapping and smuggling in Sabah, named Esszone (Eastern Sabah Security Zone) and Esscom (Eastern Sabah Security Command).



Meanwhile in Penampang, residents panicked when they heard gunshots in the business district of Penampang Baru.



A man in his 30s, who declined to be identified, said he was busy at work in a food store when he heard a loud thud.



"I rushed out of the shop and saw a group of armed men wearing ski-masks and firing shots in the direction of some occupants in a four-wheel drive vehicle," he said.



The food store employee, who was hiding in the vicinity, said he also spotted a group of policemen arriving at the scene about 15 minutes later and inspecting the bodies of two men who were earlier, gunned down in the vehicle.



He said he also saw the police take the bodies away in two black plastic bags.



A survey found that the police had cordoned off two business blocks to prevent the public from entering the area. – Bernama



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Sodomy II : Prosecution’s turn to make submissions

Mkini The Federal Court will finally hear submissions from government-appointed prosecutor Muhammad Shafee Abdullah on why Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim’s conviction for sodomy – his second in 10 years – is ‘safe’.Shafee has indicated yesterday that he will lay out the full facts of the case as he claimed the defence had presented “partial” facts. […]



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In latest ‘Allah’ incident, Christian CDs and books seized at klia2

BOO SU-LYN The seizure of the Christian materials at klia2 is the latest to demonstrate the unresolved quandary stemming from regulatory prohibitions against non-Muslim use of the word in the peninsula but not in Sabah and Sarawak. Hundreds of Christian compact discs (CDs) and books containing the word “Allah” were confiscated at the Kuala Lumpur […]



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Sabah cops involved in shooutout, shophouses forced into lockdown


KOTA KINABALU - Police have locked down four blocks of shophouses in the Penampang new township following a shootout between police and suspected armed robbers.



Shopkeepers were ordered to shutter their premises and car owners told to remove their vehicles as police focussed their attention on one of the shops located in the middle of the blocks.



Photographers were not allowed to take pictures while Penampang OCPD Deputy Supt Ratan Kumar was seen directing his men and urging members of the public to move away.



Some people close to the scene said they heard gunshots fired in the 4pm incident, with others claiming that two suspected robbers had been killed.











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Persiapan awal sprint test Bintangor open

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#LIWATII !!! KURANG AJAR !!! PENYOKONG #ANWARIBRAHIM REMPUH HALANGAN POLIS !!!

biadap penyokong anwar



kurang ajar !!! kata rakyat hakim negara,macam ni kerr perangai penyokong anwar ibrahim ??? bila dah berdemo tu respect lah polis yang buat keja tu.bila polis bertindak tau pulak nak salahkan polis.tapi nak tanya jugak kat puak anwar ni,kalau rumah dimasuki pencuri anda call sapa ??? malas nak ulas panjang-panjang.



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Peserta Akhir Bintangor Idol Dan Kilauan Emas 2014

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Long REACH of doctors

Jonathan Chia Untold sacrifices of medical and dental volunteers who go on rural expeditions to interior In an antithesis to this materialistic world, “the best portion of a good man’s life: (are) his little, nameless unremembered acts of kindness and love,” so say William Wordsworth. Indeed, for a decade, a group of medical personnel under […]



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On Day Two of sodomy appeal, defence seeks to restore trial judge’s findings

V. ANBALAGAN Lawyers for Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim trained their guns today on DNA evidence used in his sodomy trial, telling the Federal Court that samples from their client were obtained unlawfully while samples from the complainant were compromised.Day Two of Anwar’s appeal to get his conviction overturned saw his lawyers defending the findings of […]



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Long overdue RCI probe to be tabled soon


The Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) probe into the Sabah illegal immigrants issue has been been completed and will be tabled soon, Home Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said today.



Ahmad Zahid said that either he or the chairperson of the commission will table the report, which is long overdue as RCI finished its hearings almost a year ago in Kota Kinabalu.



He said so while responding to a supplementary question on stateless children by Marcus Mojigoh (BN-Putatan) during question time in Parliament today.



Ahmad Zahid said that the solution to the widespread problems of the stateless and immigrants in Sabah is stated in the final report.



"The solution to this problems is in the RCI, and if it is not politicised, we can solve it," he said.



He said that the government does not know the exact figure of those who are in the state undocumented, as they are not registered and do not show up in official statistics.



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Terkini Dari Istana Kehakiman : Gambar Penyokong Hilang Arah, Stamina #rakyathakimnegara #justice4anwar

Gambar di hadapan Istana Kehakiman hari ini agak berbeza dari semalam.

Jika semalam penyokong Anwar lebih bersemangat, hari ini pula sebaliknya. Berikut adalah beberapa gambar di lokasi himpunan penyokong Anwar.

istana negara



kes liwat anwar



kes liwat anwar

Apa dah jadi. Awal pagi dah lesu?

*Anwar Ibrahim tidur di banglo mewah, penyokong merempat di tepi jalan.





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Sodomy II: Defence to continue submissions

Mkini The final appeal against Anwar Ibrahim’s sodomy conviction and five-year prison sentence and the prosecution’s cross-appeal to extend the jail term meted out to the opposition leader will resume today at the Federal Court in Putrajaya. Chief Justice Arifin Zakaria leads a five-member bench in the highly charged case, which is also closely watched […]



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Sarawak politicians shocked Ibrahim Ali not charged

Joseph Tawie Attorney General Gani Patail was severely criticised by Sarawak’s politicians from both BN and the opposition for deciding not to take legal action against Perkasa chief Ibrahim Ali, on his urging to burn Malay language Bibles. While a number of opposition politicians urged the sacking of Gani, who is a Sabahan, BN politicians […]



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Lebih RM226 juta diagih bantu sekolah di Sarawak


KUALA LUMPUR: Sejumlah RM226.775 juta peruntukan telah diagih bagi membantu 1,265 sekolah di Sarawak sepanjang tahun ini, Persidangan Dewan Rakyat diberitahu semalam.


Timbalan Menteri Pendidikan Kedua P.Kamalanathan berkata ia termasuk belanja mengurus untuk 783 buah sekolah dan juga di bawah Pakej Rangsangan khas bagi 482 buah sekolah yang lain.


“Kita masih teruskan mencari kaedah untuk menambah baik bantuan dari semasa ke semasa. Ini adalah anjakan penting dalam Pelan Pembangunan Pendidikan Malaysia (PPPM).


“Sepuluh aspek diambil kira iaitu struktur fizikal, bilik darjah, tandas, air terawat, meja dan kerusi, ruang kerja guru, papan hitam atau putih, alat ICT, sambungan Internet. Semua ini kita akan cuba selesai sebaik mungkin dalam fasa pertama PPPM tahun depan,” katanya pada sesi soal jawab di Parlimen di sini. — Bernama







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Video Panas Dari #JusticeForSaiful Vs #Keadilan Buat @AnwarIbrahim @SaifulBukhari #Liwat2 #RakyatHakimNegara





Assalammualaikum dan Salam Sejahtera,



Esok, kes saya akan mula didengar dan dibicarakan di Mahkamah Persekutuan. Saya harap pihak perayu(DS Anwar Ibrahim) tidak mencari alasan untuk "tunda" lagi.



Cukuplah kes ini berlanjutan selama 6 tahun 2 bulan, yang mana sudah mencecah 100 penangguhan dan permohonan dibuat.



Kebenaran ini penting dan amat bermakna buat saya dan seluruh keluarga saya kerana ia melibatkan maruah dan masa depan.



Sebagai pengadu dan rakyat kecil, saya berkeyakinan penuh bahawa Mahkamah Persekutuan akan mendengar, lalu memutuskan kes ini dengan seadil-adilnya mengikut undang-undang, bukti-bukti dan semua keterangan sepanjang perbicaraan.



Saya berdoa agar segala pengaruh mahupun tekanan dari pihak tertuduh, pihak luar, juga anasir politik yang cuba mempengaruhi (ura2 ada 'deal', harap tidak benar) agar beliau dibebaskan adalah suatu yang mustahil dilakukan.









Sudah menjadi kebiasaan bagi diri saya dalam menghadapi sesuatu perkara, untuk siapkan diri berhadapan dengan 'worst case scenario'.



Yang pasti, jika ditakdirkan keputusan nanti tidak berpihak kepada saya, saya akan tetap Istiqamah dengan kebenaran ini walau betapa perit sekalipun untuk ditanggung, kerana saya yakin bahawa Allah SWT tidak akan menzalimi hambaNya yang tegakkan kebenaran.



Jika tidak didunia, di Masyar pasti…



Di kesempatan ini saya ingin merakamkan setinggi-tinggi penghargaan kepada bapa, isteri tersayang, seluruh ahli keluarga saya yang selama ini berdiri teguh, berdoa, berkorban dan bersama saya, juga kepada semua pihak yang secara langsung dan tidak langsung bersama saya selama 6 tahun ini. Allah SWT sahaja dapat membalas budi dan jasa kalian.



Disaat ini, hanya Allah SWT sahaja tempat saya mohon pertolongan, berserah dan mengadu. Sama-sama kita tunggu keputusan Mahkamah nanti.





"Cukuplah bagiku Allah (yang menolong dan memeliharaku), tiada Tuhan (yang berhak disembah) melainkan Dia; kepadaNya aku berserah diri, dan Dia lah yang mempunyai Arasy yang besar." (At-Taubah 9:129)



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Apa? Kes Rayuan Anwar Mungkin Berlanjutan Hingga Jumaat?





PUTRAJAYA: Kes rayuan Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim terhadap keputusan Mahkamah Tinggi mensabitkan kesalahan meliwat bekas pembantunya, Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan, mungkin disambung sehingga Jumaat ini.



Ketua Pendakwa Raya, Tan Sri Muhammad Shafee Abdullah, berkata ini kerana giliran pasukannya berhujah yang dijadualkan pagi esok mungkin akan ditunda kepada Khamis dan pasukan pembelaan pula perlu menjawab hujah berkenaan sebelum keputusan dibuat panel lima hakim Mahkamah Persekutuan.



"Jadi, mereka (pihak mahkamah) akan memanjangkan kes ini sehari lagi iaitu sehingga Khamis atau kemungkinan pada Jumaat.



"Seperti yang anda tahu... ini adalah rayuan terakhir. Jadi banyak isu yang akan timbul dan juga isu yang tidak pernah berbangkit sebelum ini," katanya kepada pemberita ketika keluar dari Bilik Bicara 1, Mahkamah Persekutuan Istana Kehakiman di sini, sebentar tadi. (Baca sepenuhnya)



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Isma conference not approved by Sarawak government


The Sarawak state government clarified yesterday that controversial Islamist group Ikatan Muslimin Malaysia (Isma) never received state approval to hold a conference in Kuching last week.



The Borneo Post cited a statement issued by the Chief Minister’s Department saying it was not aware of the conference taking place, or it might not have permitted Isma or its members to enter or remain in Sarawak.



“Nevertheless, if any conference or similar event, intended to be held or is held in Sarawak, could be disruptive of, or prejudicial to, the peace, harmony or security of the state, those who are involved, either in its organisation or as active participants, would not be permitted to enter or remain in the state,” the paper quoted the statement as saying.



The statement yesterday was issued after the Sarawak public expressed their concern that Isma was allowed to hold the inaugural conference of its women’s wing at a hotel in the state’s capital, despite its alleged extremist views.



Sarawak has also banned Datuk Ibrahim Ali, the president of Malay rights group Perkasa, from entering the state.



Isma president Abdullah Zaik Abd Rahman is currently facing a sedition charge, after claiming in May that the ethnic Chinese community is considered intruders into Malay land, and had been brought by British colonialists to oppress Malays.



The Islamist activist group has been raising its public profile over the past one year with its provocative remarks against Malaysia’s racial and religious minorities.



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PBB says DAP a party of jokers


DAP can make sky high claims or try to match BN in every aspect, but “the rakyat and public are PBB’s judge and jury”.



SIBU - PBB Supreme Council member, Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah, has described the claim by the Sarawak chapter of the Democratic Action Party (DAP) that it could deliver basic infrastructure facilities to the rural people at a fraction of what it would cost the ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) as “the biggest joke of the week”.



“The Opposition just wants to hoodwink the people with the state polls around the corner,” said Abdul Karim, who is Assistant Minister of Youth Development and Asajaya assemblyman. “DAP’s Impian Sarawak Programme and Go Rural Campaign are just to create some publicity for the party.”



“When they (DAP) say they can do a road in Sri Aman for RM 7000 instead of the RM 70,000 that the BN would need if it were to do it, I can’t help laughing.”



He was commenting on DAP Sarawak chairman Chong Chieng Jen’s address and its Bintulu Declaration at the party’s 17th Sarawak Annual Convention on Sunday in the seaside town of Bintulu in Central Sarawak.



Chong had said that the DAP was going to all the places where the BN had neglected the people for decades and implied that this (neglect) was due to the “rotten politics” practiced by the ruling party in Sarawak.



Abdul Karim conceded that the DAP could make sky high claims or try to match BN in every aspect, but “the rakyat and public are our judge and jury”.



“DAP and Pakatan Rakyat have always accused BN of trying to hoodwink the people,” said Abdul Karim. “Now, I am pointing my finger at them for trying to hoodwink the rakyat by claiming that they can match or do rural projects cheaper and better than BN.”



The PBB Supreme Council member claimed that BN carries out hundreds of projects in Sarawak quietly every year “but DAP behaves like a chicken which crows to let the whole kampung know after laying just one egg”. (‘bertelor sebiji tapi riuh sekampung’).



In a contradiction in terms, Abdul Karim also alleged at the same time that DAP’s “cheapskate projects” under its Impian Sarawak programme are being done in a “hush hush” manner” and “no one is sure how long it will last”.



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