Are Zahid and IGP Khalid insecure bullies? By Nathaniel Tan
Saturday, May 25, 2013
From Malaysiakini COMMENT Do you remember playing Police and Thief as kids? Last Wednesday night, a much more brutal version of this game played outin Jinjang, as it has so many times before in Petaling Jaya, Brickfields, at Bersih rallies and so on. Many Malaysians are no strangers to candlelight vigils outside police
stations. I remember the candlelight vigils in Petaling Jaya during the
2008 ISA arrests, which themselves led to both more arrests and more
candlelight vigils that same night, outside the PJ police station. There,
like in Jinjang, or Brickfields when Wong Chin Huat was detained or
during Bersih 3.0, police gave orders to disperse, crowds disperse, and
police unleash their fury on the dispersing crowd anyway. The
pattern is the same: unarmed, peaceful citizens, being run down by rabid
police officers who act as if they had been attacked and who can't seem
to tell the difference between a candle and a parang. It's very
depressing to face these police charges. I remember thinking one of
those nights in Petaling Jaya long ago - one day, we will stop running.
One day, we will draw the line. Unfortunately, May 5, 2013 was not that day, and so the police chase on, and the rakyat suffer on. Bullying vs real strength What a start to the respective reigns of Home Minister Zahid Hamidi and IGP Khalid Abu Bakar. Barely a week or two after being sworn in, and already there is a
crackdown on these "enemies of the state" - Adam Adli, Tian Chua, Haris
Ibrahim, Tamrin Ghafar, and who knows who else next. Voltaire
did not actually write or say "I may disagree with what you say, but I
will defend to the death your right to say it" (that was a summary of
his views by Evelyn Beatrice Hall), but the axiom seems to apply here. Pakatan Rakyat's top leaders have wisely distanced themselves from any
talk of bringing down the government by force. I don't subscribe to such
a notion either. Nevertheless, I think it's clear that this heavy-handed police reaction betrays a sense of insecurity more than anything else. Both Zahid (left) and Khalid appear to enjoy cultivating some ridiculous tough guy image. The truth of it though is that people with real strength never need to try and flaunt it so blatantly. After all, which demonstrates true strength? Coming down hard on every
single person who says what he or she believes? Or offering more
attractive alternatives in the free marketplace of ideas? Dumb and dumber? Of course, Zahid's idea of discourse is: If you don't like it here, you can bloody well leave. In a cabinet full of disappointments, his and Hishammuddin Hussein's are among the worst. These
are the two people most responsible for the tragic fiasco in Lahad Datu
that resulted in the death of so many service personnel. Is Najib's
idea of improvement and transformation keeping the nett composition of
that team exactly the same? An obvious likelihood is that Zahid is looking to shore up his own image ahead of the Umno elections. How
disgusting that one should use the full weight of the state's
enforcement agencies against normal citizens just so he can look tough
to his fellow sycophants. It
seems I cannot avoid writing about one Tan Sri Khalid or another. The
current IGP is remembered well among observers for his arrogant denials
and blind defense of the police in cases like Aminulrasyid Amzah and A
Kugan, the former in which he shot his mouth off about parangs that
proved (once again) to be non-existent. Where the last IGP was
grown a bit more in a gentleman's mould, with some reputation for being
able to be reasonable, the current one is clearly more hawk than dove. He has said a number of words about refocusing on crime prevention, but
those for now remain words (only this last week, a friend and fellow Malaysiakini contributor lost her laptop and other valuables the same way I did a few years back, via smash theft). It seems unlikely the already stretched police force can concentrate
effectively on both crime prevention and intimidating activists at the
same time. Injustice ferments discontent The brutal death of N Dharmendran in police custody proved another low point right at the beginning of IGP Khalid's term. The
former's death was determined by pathologists to be the result of blunt
force trauma, and his body bore marks of being beaten, stapled (of all
things), and whipped by a rotan. Who knows how many people suffer but survive this kind of treatment at the hands of the police? Clearly a BN win has signaled to the police that they can continue on with business as usual. The only positive development for now is that the police have
classified this case as murder. Only time will tell whether this will
eventually result in some real justice, or whether it is merely another
mummer's farce that will end in no meaningful action. Among the recent arrestees were men who refused to accept the results of the last general elections. If
the prime minister continues to fail on delivering on his reforms,
persists in making us suffer these injustices, and insists on making
peaceful revolutions impossible, we cannot be surprised if five more
take the place of every person thrown into jail.
TRIPOLI, Lebanon (Reuters) - A Syrian-born Islamist cleric who taught
one of the men accused of hacking to death an off-duty British soldier
on a London street praised the attack for its "courage" and said Muslims
would see it as a strike on a military target. In an interview in Tripoli, northern Lebanon, where he has lived
since being banished from Britain in 2005, Omar Bakri, founder of banned
British Islamist group Al Muhajiroun, said he knew suspect Michael
Adebolajo from his lectures a decade ago. "When I saw the footage I recognized the face immediately," Bakri
told Reuters. "I used to know him. A quiet man, very shy, asking lots of
questions about Islam." "What surprised me (is) the quiet man, the man who is very shy,
decided to carry out an attack against a British soldier in the middle
of the day in the middle of a street in the UK. In east London. It's
"When I saw that, honestly I was very surprised - standing firm,
courageous, brave. Not running away. Rather, he said why he carried (it
out) and he wanted the whole world to hear it." Read it all here...
Woolwich Attack: New Shocking Video of Terrorists Charging at Police Car in Attempt to kill Woman Police Officer
Published on 24 May 2013
5/23/13 - The footage obtained by the Daily Mirror reveals how, after beheading the soldier, they hatched a plot to ambush and murder the first police officers to come to his aid. The brave WPC first on the scene at the Woolwich beheading comes within inches of death, a dramatic Daily Mirror video shows. The driver, unable to draw her firearm, is saved by a male colleague in the back who fires his machine-gun through his window at a suspect who is charging at her. The callous Islamic extremists had lured police to the scene by dragging the body of the murdered fusilier -- named yesterday as Lee Rigby, 25 -- into the middle of the road.
When they see the first police car arrive, the pair split up.
Blade-wielding Michael Adebolajo, 28, runs at officers head-on and his accomplice, named locally as 22-year-old Michael Oluwatobi Adebowale, advances alongside, aiming his gun at them.
The film of the 10 seconds of terror shows how Adebolajo got within two feet of the WPC who was driving the armed response BMW X5.
As he is sent sprawling to the ground by the force of the two shots, two officers jump out to cover him.
They appear not to see Adebowale aiming a handgun at them.
But a third SO19 marksman from the specialist Trojan unit spots him and he is brought to the ground as six more shots ring out in the suburban South East London street.
After seeing the Mirror's exclusive video, Former Det Ch Insp Peter Kirkham, an expert in firearms tactics, said last night: "I have never seen anything like this before, or even heard of it happening.
"For two suspects to carry out a brutal attack like this then stand around in plain sight waiting for the police is crazy."
The dramatic climax to the horrific attack -- in which dad of one Lee, from Manchester, was hacked to death -- was filmed by a resident in a tower block overlooking the scene in Artillery Road, Woolwich.
The footage reveals how, after beheading the soldier, they set up their ambush bid to murder the first police officers to arrive.
For eight minutes before that, the suspects are seen talking to passers-by and three women who try to help the victim.
But as soon they see the patrol car turn the corner the suspects spring into action, in a move designed to give the gunman time to target officers.
The 15-minute 50-second footage was filmed 100ft up from the windows of a flat as calls flooded in to police at 2.20pm on Wednesday.
Scotland Yard assigned an armed response unit four minutes later. And it arrived 10 minutes after that.
At one point an ambulance drives towards Lee's body and swerves round him when the two armed suspects are seen standing nearby.
Eight minutes 21 seconds into the video, the men sprint towards the police BMW X5 which comes round the corner and skids to a halt.
Adebolajo, in a charcoal hooded top and black woolly hat, charges head-long towards the driver's side of the marked silver patrol car, in an apparent attempt to attack officers.
He drops one of his blades and moves the other into his right hand as he rushes wildly at the vehicle.
Just as he is within touching distance, two shots ring out and he is sent sprawling.
The officers took a split-second decision to open fire with hollow point bullets while they were sitting in the car, either through open windows or partially opened doors.
Adebowale immediately takes off with a handgun, running past the three officers as they emerge from the car.
In his light-coloured trench coat he can be seen pointing the revolver at the officers as they tackle Adebolajo.
As he disappears briefly behind a tree four more shots ring out, including one from him according to some witnesses, and he stumbles and falls near a road sign.
As the cops advance on the blade maniac, the female driver can be seen carrying a bright yellow Taser.
She is flanked by two male colleagues who run out from either side of the car, with Heckler and Koch MP5 submachine guns.
The female officer drops her Taser and pulls out a handgun and covers the knifeman as he lays prone.
The man who filmed the footage said: "I got my camera phone out and started filming as I thought it was a robbery or a kidnapping. Source
It is unthinkable when some leader within the Opposition
block suddenly starts preaching about bipartisan politics and is said to be seeking to get
into dialogues of sorts with a party that took the mantle to rule with a
minority popular vote-winning. It is strange how some politicians will start
making roundabout turns.Let us start with the basics. The bottom line reality is the opposition secured 51% of
popular votes leaving BN with a minority count of 47%. But BN went on to form
the government. The voters are questioning, “What happened to our voice and our
Where else in the world are minority vote winning political
parties sworn in to govern a nation – only in Malaysia. Now that is what the
rakyat are furious about.They will come to all post-election rallies not because of a
leader within that political party making his or her trade mark statement or
speech. They come because it is a platform to register their unhappiness. They
come because they see leaders who think like them and are prepared to take that
leap forward to help them have their justice returned.
Black 505 has already registered its mark as a gathering of
all Malaysians, cutting across race and religion demarcations and is not
restricted to PAS, DAP, PKR territories but is a nationwide concern. Period.Against this background of concern, how on earth can anyone
suddenly have the nerve to proclaim the need to practice bipartisan politics or
even to suggest that there needs to be dialogue between the winning party that
lost the right to form the in-coming government and the losing party that went
on to become the ruling government.
For as long as we try to sweep this fundamental democratic
principle of ‘the majority wins’ in an election - more so after 56 years of gaining
independence democratically, we have in reality set the clock of Malaysia’s political
maturity far, far back.Even trying to answer the numerous irregularities and
attempting to negate thread by thread the many allegations from blackouts to invisible
indelible ink is all hogwash. It is a mockery and insult to the human race that
has gone fast forward to democratize the world on all its four paradigms, i.e.
political, social, and economic and environment.
logic that all aspects of constituency-distribution
vis-a-vis gerrymandering will be redressed in the years ahead and before
GE-14, is yet another mock at the very foundation of democracy. How can
we even have gone
into election mode knowing full well that our notorious gerrymandering
been resolved all these donkey years?If the opposition political party compromises on the very
fundamentals that the rakyat feel they have been betrayed of, then they too
must suffer the same fate as what BN and Najib are facing today. The citizens
will delist such parties and the price will be very high for politicians.
The logic of accepting the injustices of a flawed elections
for the sake of economic progress is also most distorting and grossly misplaced. You cannot have economic progress for
all citizens when the foundations of democratic politics and civil liberties
have been pawned. What you have in place is privileged economics that benefits
the few and those with vested interest.
Let us have some focus here. The moral obligation
rests with political leaders to discipline their teammates. This is not
season to nail democracy prematurely. It is not even the season for disgruntlement's between leaders and hopefuls within political parties.
This is the season of getting honest and
serious about this nation’s future.Let us have the humility and the courage to learn from
recent history too. During the heights of the global financial crises, the
neighboring countries bit the bullet. They took the IMF option; restructured
their sociopolitical landscape and today are well on the way of riding the
Likewise, we Malaysians need to bite the bullet today in the
wake of this unprecedented and phenomenal politics of Malaysia. If we are not
living up to the tenets of democracy and civil liberties, then we cannot ride
the storms of economic crises that will come and also not surf on the benefits of
the changing global sociopolitical and socioeconomic that many nations are
already set to harness.There is therefore no room for dialogue or bipartisan
politics. What we need is to admit that our GE-13 was flawed; that the
intentions of going to the polls were morally wrong; that the means to the end
were unjustified and tainted.
need to have that wisdom and moral fibre to stand up and say in the
best interest of nation and king and citizens that democracy is dead in
GE-13.If we have what it takes to succeed on a world-class note of
distinction, it is, first to admit where we went wrong and rectify with remedies
that make us walk tall in the eyes of the global community of true democracies. The rakyat of Malaysia have matured. It is the politicians
who are falling behind.
To test the rakyat’s patience would be foolish; to
ignore the rakyat’s quest for fair play would be detrimental for any political
party. We are part of this emerging new world order. The times and tides have no place for
Post-9/11, we in the omniscient pundit class were all Afghan experts. Post-Boston, we are all Chechen experts.
Strictly between us, I can count what I know about Chechens on one leg. A
couple of years ago, while I was in Copenhagen picking up an award from
the Danish Free Press Society, a one-legged Chechen prematurely
self-detonated in the Hotel Jørgensen while assembling a bomb. His
device, using the same highly volatile TATP as in the London Tube
bombings, was intended for my friends at Jyllands-Posten,
publishers of the famous Mohammed cartoons, to whom I chanced to be
giving an interview.
All things considered, I'm glad the poor fellow
pre-activated in his hotel room rather than delivering his package in
the midst of my photo shoot. His name was Lors Doukaiev, and he had
traveled from his home in Liège, Belgium, in order to protest the
Mohammed cartoons by exploding a bomb on September 11. Got that? A
citizen of Belgium is blowing up a newspaper in Denmark on the
anniversary of a terrorist attack on America.
On the EDL, the BNP and the Difference Between Them.
I’ve loved the English Defence League
from the moment of its inception. After years of the anti-Islam cause
being copyrighted by the ‘blood and honour’ lunatics of the Far-Right,
here at last was a collective who stood just as ferociously against the
Islamist tide as the BNP, but who also committed themselves to Britain
in its modern, multiracial, capitalist reality. This was a first in British, and
arguably European political history; a splintering of the ‘far-right’
away from biological nationalism towards the grander domain of culture. Since then, I’ve done my best to support
them, writing about them frequently and defending them from the
(predictable yet incessant) accusations of the Liberal-Left. I’ve never
been part of an EDL procession myself, but I’ve witnessed them from the
sidelines many times. They seem to be wonderful affairs, loudly despised
by everyone I oppose. True to its ideals, the EDL on parade contains
quite a mixture of social types. Just go along and see them and you’ll
find young and old, Black and White, straight and gay, Christian and
Sikh, Jew and Gentile etc… all united for a common end. Not since the
early days of Communism could such a phenomenon have organically
occurred so often.
The EDL leadership is preferable to that
of the traditional Right too. Tommy Robinson/Stephen Lennon may not be
an eloquent, academic type, but he seems perfectly sincere in his
beliefs and pleasant in their expression. He’s never denied the
Holocaust, or involved himself on matters of race-relations, or called
into question the validity of the Capitalist system. He’s just a
patriotic, affable young man who wants Britain to go back to how it once
was, by which he means how it was in the 1980s and 1990s before the
Blair-wave of Immigration, and not, like Mr Griffin, back to the
Victorian era. Every time Tommy Robinson is interviewed
on Newsnight, I like to imagine Nick Griffin sitting at home with his
rottweilers and a large glass of scotch, seething at the screen. He must
loathe the attention heaped on this young man, and more than this, he
must resent the ability of his organisation to get boots on the street
in a way the BNP could never do. But it isn’t just personalities which
divide EDL from BNP, but principles too. The ideological differences
between the two groups are worth returning to again and again. Despite
the myths and fables put about by Liberal crazies, they really are
nothing like each other. To understand why, consider two cases of
modern British ‘diversity’; first, the mixed-race athlete Jessica
Ennis, and secondly, the British-based Jordanian preacher Abu Qatada.
These aren’t two names you’ll often read in the same paragraph as each
other let alone sentence, but stay with me on this one…. According to BNP ideology, the former,
as a product of Black-White miscegenation, represents as much of a
threat to British survival as the latter, perhaps even more. The latter
by contrast could even be considered an ally against the famous ‘Jewish
conspiracy’ deemed responsible for the very climate of ‘race-mixing’ in
which beautiful creatures like Ms Ennis are created.
For the EDL, the second is an
anti-Semitic crank and national-security threat who should be
immediately deported, while the first is the opposite of a threat; she
is a reason to hoist the flag higher and sing the anthem with greater
enthusiasm. Do you understand? The BNP is a blind
alley. Only fools are still found running up it. The EDL, together with
parties friendly to it like Liberty GB, are a surer bet, and though I
don’t like to invest much hope in any political force, perhaps together
they can be the answer we’ve been waiting for. From Defend The Modern World
U.K. Beheading Shows: It's Time To Fight the Doctrine of Jihad by Tarek Fatah
When buses and trains exploded on 7/7 in London, the objective of the
suicide bombers was to sow fear and terror in the very soul of the
British people. In that the jihadis were successful. One would have expected the British authorities to not just hunt down
the terrorists, but also to fight the cancer of Islamism that lies at
the ideological roots of jihadi terrorism. Instead, successive
governments in London have tried to pussyfoot around the challenge,
hoping the jihadi terrorists and their ideology would melt away with
time as Downing Street funded so-called "moderate" Muslim groups and
"former" extremists to do the government's bidding. As the brutal hacking death of a British soldier by two fearless
jihadis chanting "Allah O Akbar" has shown, this strategy has failed.
Muslims who see the West as the enemy and seek its destruction have
become even more emboldened by the lack of resolve, which they see as
cowardice. In addition, jihadis in the U.K. are no longer restricted to
the second generation Pakistani Britons; they now come from places as
far apart as Chechnya and Nigeria.
The only Muslim group that has come to this conclusion are Ahmadi
Muslims, whose founder Mirza Ghulam Ahmad in the nineteenth century had
the wisdom to declare:
I REFER to "Former NUJ chief heckled at one-man
protest" (News Without Borders, May 21) and I am surprised there has
been no "mainstream" response from members of the press. The ...
behaviour of the staff of Utusan Malaysia mirrors their reporting ... .
The mainstream press always sees fit to give lessons on ethical
journalism to the alternative media, when mainstream organs have
fabricated quotes on parliamentary speeches of foreign politicians
sympathetic to oppositional figures in this country. Hata Wahari may have been holding a lone vigil against ... Utusan Malaysia
but his words and actions are applicable to all media practitioners. I
read with amusement that one of the invectives hurled at Hata was that
he was a "commie".
This is extremely amusing for those of us who know the history of Utusan Malaysia,
the one time independent newspaper, which was considered a "pinko"
publication by the British as detailed in the memoirs of that great Utusan Melayu former editor Said Zahari, in Dark Clouds Before Dawn. It would seem that establishment in Malaysia (no matter who is in
control) always resorts to this particular canard when dealing with
Malays who question the status quo.
Zahari was banned from Malaysia when he led the paper's strike
against being taken over by Umno. The former journalist also spent 17
years held under Singapore's ISA in exile in Pulau Ubin. In a 2008 interview, he said this of Utusan Malaysia "now we can see that, although Utusan can survive with government support, they have lost complete credibility." In the same interview Zahari says "I remember talking to some of the Utusan people who came to see me. I said: "What the hell are you doing this? What are you trying to prove?"
To me it seems obvious, what they are trying to prove. With members of Pekida on standby to "defend" the paper, it would seem that Utusan's intention is to silence dissent with thuggish behaviour and cow anyone attempting to take a principled stand. Hata should be applauded for following in the footsteps of honorable Utusan Melayu journalists like Said Zahari.
His remarkable lone crusade without any support (as per his wishes)
by people simpatico to his cause, is something rarely seen in these
tumultuous times, where mass gatherings are the norm for people eager to
display their dissatisfaction. As for Utusan Malaysia, with their current predilection for
attacking a Malay executive of a low-cost carrier, perhaps their goal is
to see to it that anyone unhappy with the way how this country is run,
should emigrate to another country using AirAsia.
Radical preacher Anjem Choudary has blamed the
terrorist murder in Woolwich on David Cameron and Britain's actions in
Afghanistan.Choudary, who grew up in Woolwich, was responded to reports
that the alleged beheading was perpetrated by Islamic terrorists
shouting "Allah u Akbar" - God is great. In response to the news, Choudary tweeted: "National News tell me
that the man killed in woolwich is apparently being treated as
"terrorist" as the attackers were shouting Allahu Akbar."If they were Muslims killing a British soldier then the presence of
British troops in Muslim land [Afghanistan] is surely a cause of
insecurity in the UK."
Referring to his upbringing in the area, Choudary continued: "I went
to Mulgrave School [situated just yards from where the attack took
place] & I know that the Muslim community is a peaceful one. I
wonder what could have motivated this attack in Woolwich?! "I blame Cameron for his foreign policy against Islam
& Muslims! If the British regime sends people to murder Muslims
in Iraq/Afghanistan, then it is bound to cause instability in the UK,
time to withdraw!" Earlier, Boris Johnson said: "I know that Londoners from all
communities have been here. This is a city of incredible resilience and
courage, we will come through this."
The preacher's remarks contrast sharply with those of the Muslim
Council of Britain (MCB), which has condemned today's attack in the
strongest possible terms. In a statement, the MCB said the attack was a "barbaric act that has no place in Islam." International Business Times
Full video and transcript of UK jihad murderer: "We are forced by the Qur'an"
Video from The Sun. Transcript thanks to Damien. Why were the references to the Qur'an cut out by mainstream media sources?
The only reason we have killed this man today is because
Muslims are dying daily by British soldiers. And this British soldier is
one. It is an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth. By Allah, we
swear by the almighty Allah we will never stop fighting you until you
leave us alone. So what if we want to live by the Shari'a in Muslim
lands? Why does that mean you must follow us and chase us and call us
extremists and kill us? Rather you lot are extreme. You are the ones
that when you drop a bomb you think it hits one person? Or rather your
bomb wipes out a whole family? This is the reality. By Allah if I saw
your mother today with a buggy I would help her up the stairs. This is
my nature. But we are forced by the Qur'an, in Sura At-Tawba, through
many ayah in the Qu'ran, we must fight them as they fight us. An eye for
an eye, a tooth for a tooth. I apologise that women had to witness this
today but in our lands women have to see the same. You people will
never be safe. Remove your governments, they don’t care about you. You
think David Cameron is going to get caught in the street when we start
busting our guns? You think politicians are going to die? No, it’s going
to be the average guy, like you and your children. So get rid of them.
Tell them to bring our troops back so can all live in peace. So leave
our lands and we can all live in peace. That’s all I have to say. [in
Arabic:] Allah’s peace and blessings be upon you.
Geronimo: Oh, for heaven's sake, let's call a spade, a spade. Utusan Malaysia is a racist paper, period. End of discussion.
From Malaysiakini Utusan picks on Kalimullah for defending AirAsia X CEO Victor Johan:Utusan Malaysia
is a Malay-language daily owned by Umno. When an ethnic Malay does not
buy, read or advertise in that particular newspaper, that does not
constitute that that person has forgotten his or her roots or is
questioning the rights of the Malay populace. When will these nitwits stop thinking that the majority Malays and their fellow non-Malays are fools?
I am trying to understand something: To criticise a fellow Malay is
considered to have forgotten one's roots? What is the logic here? A
wrong is a wrong, regardless of who committed the wrong? Are
these retards saying that just because they are of the same race and
same religion, a wrong should be deemed right? Only when the wrong is
committed by another race with a different religion will it be deemed a
wrong? What kind of rubbish mentality is this? If this is so, then these people are unable to differentiate right from wrong.
What is the measure of a patriotic Malay? Malays who project
intelligence, concern for the country, courage to speak up and seek
justice for Malaysians, or Malays who still live like katak dibawah tempurong (ignorant) and inspired by those who lack intelligence, are corrupt and abuse the ethics of office? They are the true enemy of the Malays and Malaysia, I am proud to have
Malays like AirAsia X chief executive officer Azran Osman Rani, former
group editor-in-chief of New Straits Times Kalimullah Hassan, student
activist Adam Adli and all others like them. Jagara: I wouldn't even dignify this Utusan racists with a comment. It's a waste of time. They will never learn. More
and more Malaysians will just wise up to them, be disgusted with their
racially divisive antics, and dump them together with Umno and Prime
Minister Najib Abdul Razak, who are behind them. Kairos: It appears that any comment made against the content in Utusan
is equated as a comment against the Malay race. What is this? Some kind
of an inviolable oracle of the ‘Ketuanan Melayu' mindset or what? This
kind of journalistic posture is nothing short of ultra radicalism and
racial bigotry. By constantly portraying that the Malay race and privileges are under threat (which in reality is not), Utusan,
with the implicit backing of Umno, is playing the racial card. That
makes Najib's initiative to make Malaysia a leader of global moderation a
sham. What a hypocrite!
A4MSIA: Would more and
more Malay personalities supportive of Azran's view come out into the
open? It could trigger off a Malay tsunami.
Chipmunk: From day one, Utusan have always been bias when it comes to reporting news. Is Utusan so thick that they cannot see or think out of the box? Kalimullah only supported Azran because Azran did the right thing as a true Malaysian. What Utusan is
doing is to instill hatred among fellow Malaysians all because Umno and
former premier Dr Mahathir Mohamad are only interested in their bank
accounts. So many things that was predicted before GE13 is not coming to pass. You can deny till the cows come home but Umno and Utusan are
racist organisations. To all Umno Malays, remember that your root is
from Indonesia and you too came to this country along with the other
main races. The only true bumiputeras are Orang Asli, so stop behaving as if this country only belongs to you.Louis:
When you look ugly and people commented fairly that you really are, do
not be upset. The commentator is merely telling the truth. Here, in this case, Azran is stating the truth and would it be not Islamic if he is forced to tell lies just to please Utusan? Azran is entitled to his opinion.
Mohamad Abdul Malik:
Well, boycotting budget airlines AirAsia just would not work. Not when
only your supporters come from the kampungs and the Felda schemes. Most
of these people do not travel as much as the urbanites. And
furthermore you want the people to pay more to MAS just because you
could not accept that more than 50 percent of the voters voted against
you? The more than 3.6 million Malays who voted for the opposition couldn't be bothered by the stupid call by Utusan. Never in the history of Malaysia do we have such garbage.
Hmmmmmmmm: What has the spat between AirAsia and Utusan got to do with the Congress of Unions of Employees in the Public and Civil Services (Cuepacs)? Isn't
the role of Cuepacs to look after it's members' interests in so far as
their employment is concerned? How does the call to boycott AirAsia
benefit their members? It sounds like a case of some people who have nothing better to do, so they meddle in their neighbours' quarrels. Anonymous_3ee4: I
am a member of Cuepacs. How dare you call upon civil servants to
boycott AirAsia just because you don't like it. Don't you dare impose
your conditions on me.
4dpeople: Isn't everybody
entitled to their own opinions? As a daily, if you can spin any news at
your whim and fancies, why the need to get so upset with some others'
opinion that differs from you? There is no law that 100 percent of
Malays should stand behind your opinion. Why ask others to
boycott AirAsia? Are you the one who is forking out to pay their
airfare? Times like these, instead of using your head on how to cut
cost, you are asking people to boycott the budget airlines. Bodoh sungguh (how stupid). Since when did Utusan
become the daily for Malay struggle? If it is, then change your name to
‘Utusan Melayu'. Racist dailies like yours should have no place in our
beloved country. You are indeed an embarrassment to the 1Malaysia
Anonymous #44199885: I am surprised
that Perkasa and the other organisations continue to display unmitigated
racism considering that the two of the most prominent bigots ie Perkasa
vice-president Zulkifli Noordin and president Ibrahim Ali were voted
out by the Malay electorate. They must be either blind or plain stupid not to not able to read the mind of the Malays in GE13.
Democrat: Your boycott will only bring AirAsia prices down and MAS fares will go up. Be our guest.
Tan Kim Keong: Former Armed Forces Association president called on the Malays to unite against those who want to downplay Utusan's
struggle for the race. The truth is that all government institutions
and government-linked companies (GLCs) are headed by Malays and almost
100 percent staffed by Malays. What struggle is this? Why is
there still a struggle after 40 years of race-based affirmative policies
which are still being implemented and controlled by Umno? Did the
president and the likes of him ask these questions? Mushiro: Anyone who dare speak up against Utusan, the voice of Umno which pretends to champion the Malays, will be branded a traitor by the cronies. Utusan wants
the Malays to believe that only Umno will speak up for the Malays - not
PAS, not PKR. But the fact shows that Malays have given up on Umno.
There are three types of people who supports Umno - 1) The rural poor
who never fly; 2) The super-rich cronies who only fly business or first
class; 3) The friends of cronies who get free trips on cronies expenses. Either way, none of them have gone to the low-cost carrier terminal (LCCT) before. So much for the boycott.
P Dev Anand Pillai: The
Indians will never learn. Despite all the promises and the "nambikei"
which the revered leader of their choice asked of them, they are still
culled like goats. This will be another cover-up and another number
added to the statistics. Indian life is cheap and this is proven
time and again and yet we hear of so many Indian boys and girls waiting
in line to join the uniformed units of the civil service. Whatever
happened to the Indian MPs from the MIC, the deputy minister of
Hindraf-BN and those from the rest of the Indian-based parties? Bender:
Don't be surprised if someone later claim that N Dharmendran stapled
his own ear and that he fell down while doing it (thus explaining the
other injuries in one fell swoop). And Utusan Malaysia and TV3 will play that story over and over again until 'no further action' is stamped on Dharmendran's file. Pahatian:
The moral of the story is, if one may, don't be an Indian in Malaysia.
If you get caught by the police, it's a journey of no return. Deputy
Minister P Waythamoorthy, what have you got to say? Cala: The
Indian community has been marginalised, sidelined, and bullied by the
powers-that-be in the past few decades. Their sorrowful stories are no
longer a secret (see Rasiah, 2011, ed.). How can Malaysians hold
their heads high if this minority community is ignored? Where is
democracy? Where is human rights? Where is righteousness?
can we not establish that the duty of the police is to maintain law and
order. Second, one is supposed to be innocent unless he is found to be
guilty of an offence to be determined by a court of law and nobody else.
Third, following from the above, if an ordinary citizen is found dead
in the police custody, the officers on duty are deemed to have committed
a wrongdoing. They must be charged with a crime as they have
used the police station as a torturing chamber as if we are in the
middle of a war.
Finally, who else but deputy minister
Waythamoorthy who should come to help the family of the deceased
(Dharmendran) since this is one of his official duties - to account for
and to reduce the number of deaths of the Indians under police custody. It looks like the Umno-led BN regime is back to their old habits. Visu: PKR
vice-president N Surendran must first ask Dharmendran's family whether
they voted for Pakatan Rakyat or BN. If they voted for BN, then please
insist that they be justly rewarded. If they had been aware of A Kugan, C Sugumar and all the other custodial deaths then they would not have voted for BN or MIC. Of
course, if they had been with the opposition then they should be
supported with all the necessary efforts to bring these murderous police
officers to task. Hang Tuah PJ: Why
Waythamoorthy? Aren't Indian Malaysians the rakyat as well? Do we need a
Chinese minister to resolve Chinese problems or a Malay minister to
resolve Malay problems. Is Waytha the minister for Indian affairs? In Singapore, do they need a minister for Indians or a minister for Chinese? The Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) should protect all rakyat,
irrespective of our skin colour or religion. Why are they behaving worse
than animals? Is a human life so cheap? How can they see such suffering
and pain? And how can anyone condone this? So why should we need Waytha? By the way, I am a Muslim. Multi Racial:
We can see the rot within the BN government. Illegal acts seem to be
swept under the carpet. Not a single people's representative from BN
spoke against the matter. It is always the opposition who go to great lengths to expose such wrongdoings. My God, what has happened to this country? Tiru: This is not about politics or race. This is about human life. No one should die in the hands of the police. If
a person who is detained is sick, he must be given immediate medical
attention. The police should not wait to see if the detainee is play
acting. This is the only way deaths like this can be prevented. The
police should also be accountable and they should come out with a
statement on the matter before anyone else. This is called transparency. What
have the police and the higher-ups learned from the earlier custodial
deaths? How do you give us, the rakyat, confidence in the police force
when this repeatedly happens. Anonyxyz: Waytha's response: Give me five years and I will resolve this case. Baiyuensheng: My
heart aches and I am in disbelief. Dharmendran, please go in peace
knowing you will suffer no more and going back to God's embrace. However, for us, the torch of justice will continue to shine.
Sweden: Police arrest eight as Muslim riots spread to Stockholm
This Bloomberg story is the height of mainstream media's politically
correct ridiculousness. We are told that the rioters were born between
1991 and 1995, as if that is the salient point to make clear why they
are rioting. Nowhere is it mentioned that they are Muslims, although in
other stories this has been made clear in other stories
that mention the rioters' "spokesman," Rami al-Khamisi. "Swedish Police
Arrest Eight as Husby Riots Spread in Stockholm," by Niklas Magnusson
and Johan Carlstrom for Bloomberg, May 22
Swedish police arrested eight people after riots in Husby spread to
other Stockholm suburbs last night as young people set fire to cars and
schools and vandalized property. About 30 cars burned overnight in suburbs including Husby,
Jakobsberg, Norsborg and Vaarberg, Kjell Lindgren, a spokesman for the
Swedish Police, said by phone today. In Husby, a school and the Husby
Gaard cultural center were set on fire while rubbish bins burned across
Stockholm’s western and southern suburbs. A school was also set alight
in the Skaerholmen suburb, and a police station and buildings in central
Jakobsberg were vandalized. The riots began in Husby on May 19, about a week after a 69-year-old
man brandishing a knife was killed by police in an apartment. Sweden,
which has Scandinavia’s highest youth unemployment rate, has suffered
from riots before. In 2008, young people in Rosengaard in the southern
city of Malmoe clashed with police after setting fire to cars and bins.
Those riots also spread to the Stockholm suburbs of Tensta and Husby.“There is a core, as there often is, of young men who believe in
using violence and who believe that this use of violence is above our
democratic values and above Swedish law,” Prime Minister Fredrik
Reinfeldt told reporters in Stockholm yesterday. “The people of Husby
must get their suburb back because the majority want to live in calmness
and safety.” The people arrested for vandalism and setting cars on fire were born
between 1991 and 1995, police spokesman Lindgren said. The police
officers who patrolled the capital city’s suburbs last night “felt the
atmosphere was less confrontational than on previous nights,” said
Lindgren. Police remain prepared in case of further riots tonight and is
probing claims that officers used racist slurs, he said.
Londonistan - British soldier beheaded on busy London street in terror attack
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
A British soldier has been butchered on a busy London street by two Islamist
terrorists, one of whom proclaimed afterwards: “An eye for an eye and a
tooth for a tooth.&
In the first terrorist murder on the British mainland since the 7/7 suicide
bombings of 2005, the men attempted to behead the soldier, hacking at him
like a “piece of meat” in front of dozens of witnesses, before both were
shot by police who took around 20 minutes to arrive. After the killing, one of the men, believed to be a British-born Muslim
convert, spoke calmly into a witness’s video phone.
One of the attackers speaks into a witnes's camera phone following the
Speaking with a London accent, holding a knife and a meat cleaver and with his
hands dripping with blood, he said: “We swear by almighty Allah we will
never stop fighting you until you leave us alone. Your people will never be
safe. The only reason we have done this is because Muslims are dying by
British soldiers every day.
“We must fight them as they fight us. An eye for an eye and a tooth for a
tooth. I apologise that women had to witness this today but in our lands our
women have to see the same. You people will never be safe. Remove your
government, they don’t care about you. Do you think David Cameron is going
to get caught in the street when we start busting our guns? Do you think
your politicians are going to die? Robert Spencer has a better explanation on what motivated these Jihadis.
Indeed the rakyat keep telling the BN-UMNO time and time
again that they are not happy with the outcome of the GE-13. What the throngs
of rakyat gathering across the nation in black are saying is that they want
acceptable, transparent and immediate answers to the many questions relating to
the pre-elections and post election’s reported irregularities even before they can accept or reject the post-election outcome.
The Black 505 is not an Anwar-Crusade. Neither is it a
Chinese-War Fanfare. It certainly is not a rebellion of sorts to begin with. What is so difficult to understand this? Black 505 is a crystal clear reflection of a rakyat that is
increasing being edged to the cliff of agitated frustration caused by the
mishandling of issues and concerns by BN-UMNO given the latter’s spiced-up, outmoded
threats, flexing of muscles and deep seated arrogance – to begin with.
It is most mind-boggling, that despite having the
unstoppable money flows and unhindered access to all kinds of political
and social consultants, BN-UMNO still seems to
be tackling the rakyat’s concerns by rubbing the latter the wrong way
up. The most recent Black 505 crowd turn-up at Kota
Serang Semut, Kedah, perhaps would seal the final stamp on all those who
still operate in a denial
mode. The clue is in the very name of the venue, ‘Sarang Semut’.
BN-UMNO must wake up and realize what happens when an
elephant stampedes on a ‘sarang semut’. Despite its size and long life span,
the elephant is no match to the diligent semut
especially when its sarang gets
stampeded. Kedah folks have given a permanent seal to Black
505. It is non-segtarian; it is also not racially colored. It is not
about challenging the nation's sovreignity either.
'Sarang Semut' has added in a loud,
transparent and affirmative manner that Black 505 cuts across all races and all
religions. It has given the final seal that Black 505 is not going to take no
for an answer.
UMNO-BN must wake up. It cannot go on and on and operate in
contradictions. You cannot have trumpets being sounded for a ‘reconciliation’
when on the flip side you also brandish your brutal swords.
Let truth be told without a fleeting fear or shades of favor. The newly minted
Home Minister appearing in the tabloids with the Police Chief and reports of
his warnings to the rakyat will only bring the elephant closer and faster to
the sarang semut.
Denying permits and throwing all kinds of boulders into the path
of the bee-line of the semut (rakyat) is not going to stop the latter in their
tracks. The semut will go around that mountain of hindrance.
today more and more management gurus are preaching the wisdom of
learning strategies through their observation of the communicative and
socio-political behavior of all life forms. So wise-up BN-UMNO. Admit that your strategies are failing.
the issues and serious concerns in a manner that earns praise and ignites hope.
If you are truly invincible, challenge the opposition parties to a re-election
in all the disputed constituencies.
If the EC has failed, have the humility to admit where
things have gone wrong. Set up an independent commission of sorts with even
members from the local and international fraternity to establish transparently
what went wrong and who is to be held accountable.
If you are able to come clean, you will earn the rakyat’s
endorsement for another fifty years. Why not! But at the way things have being steam-rolled these past
weeks, it might just be too late for BN to redeem itself – even with the might
of the forces.
all the trumpet calls for reconciliation by the PM seem to have expired
owing to the contradictory hollering from the unthinking mouths of
certain leaders and the cowboy gun-slinger tactics of a few at the helm
Analysts who are not on the ringgit-pipeline of the BN-UMNO but
can speak without vetsed interest accept for the sacrosanct principles of
democracy will vouch that Black 505 Kota
Sarang Semut has said it all.
than 30,000 people attended a 'Blackout 505' rally organised by Pakatan
Rakyat in Kedah last night, the seventh in the series nationwide to
date. They expressed solidarity for student activist Adam Adli Abdul Halim, who has been remanded by police, as well as bashed statements by Ahmad Zahid Hamidi since he became home minister last Wednesday.
cue, the participants - who had gathered in front of the PAS
headquarters in Kota Sarang Semut - turned on lighters as sign of
support for Adam Adli.
The Sultan Idris University of Education
undergraduate is being held for questioning under the Sedition Act and
Penal Code, for a speech he allegedly made at a post-election forum on
Banners bearing the words ‘Free Adam Adli’ was unfurled during the rally to call for his immediate release. PKR
de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim, vice-president N Surendran and Srikandi
chief Siti Aishah Sheikh Ismail took turn to slam the BN government for
arresting the student.
should rise and defend our nation. They (the authorities have) arrested
Adam Adli who was alleged to say that he wants to topple the
government. In fact he called on the people to defend the legitimate
government, accept democracy and not fraud,” said Anwar.
“Their action is (meant) to intimidate other people. This is the rise of the young people, we must help to make it happen.”
The organiser claimed that some 80,00 people were at the rally.
night also saw rallies to support Adam Adli being held in Kuala Lumpur,
Malacca and Batu Pahat (Johor). The one in front of the Jinjang police
station attracted some 1,000 supporters.Pakatan leaders took potshots at Zahid for his remarks on Monday that it is undemocratic to topple the government through a popular coup.
deputy president Mohamad Sabu said the allegation that the people wish
to change the government through violence is a lie as they have no
weapon to do so. “In Malaysia, whoever possesses (unlicensed)
weapons can be sentenced to death ... I’ve taken part in demonstrations
from a young to an old age, but I have never brought along any weapon,”
‘BN should pack up and leave’
NGO Solidariti Anak Muda Malaysia chief Badrul Hisham Shaharin also
dismissed that claim that Pakatan and NGOs intend to initiate an 'Arab
Spring' in Malaysia through street demonstrations.“We don't play with 'spring', it is Umno and BN that play with it,” Badrul Hisham (left) said. He
stressed that BN should “pack up and leave Malaysia” as the coalition
only garnered 47 percent of the popular vote in the 13th general
election against Pakatan’s 51 percent. Anwar called on
supporters to attend the upcoming rallies in Terengganu, Malacca and
Selangor to show to Zahid and Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak that they
are determined to fight electoral fraud.
Responding to calls
that Pakatan should accept the GE13 results and focus on the next
general election, Anwar reiterated that the opposition pact would have
won Putrajaya if the general election process had been clean and fair. Not
only did the BN fail to obtain the majority of the popular vote, said
Anwar, it had to rely on the votes of foreigners dubbed ‘Banglaysia’ to
close the gap with Pakatan.
“We should have won this general
election. We need to defend our victory ... We need to defend the
results of the 13th general election and claim Putrajaya. “We
could accept (the results) if there were no foreigners and if the
indelible ink was indeed indelible. But if you (BN) cannot defend (the
integrity of the election, so), don't ever say the election is valid.”
In 2007, during Zehava’s last year of high school, Tata, one of her
older sisters and mother of seven, told the family that she had cancer.
She was hospitalized for 12 months. “The day I found out, it was raining. I was on my way with friends to
a Psychometric Exam class. My family called me and I cried and cried.
She died so quickly. It was very hard for my father. It was one of the
only times I saw him cry,” Zehava said. “At the hospital, she instructed
me to do something good in the army, whatever is most important to me.
She believed in me.” Zehava finished her studies with excellence. Then, in February 2008, she enlisted in the IDF. She became a commander at Havat HaShomer, a military base for troubled youth, before enrolling in officers’ training.
“I did not tell my family that I was doing the officers’
course. I needed to succeed because I took to heart all that Tata had
asked of me. When my father came to the ceremony – he was obviously very
proud at the officer’s ceremony. My mother was in tears,” Zehava said.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Barack Obama on Monday told
Myanmar's president during a long-awaited White House meeting that he
appreciates the Asian leader's efforts to lead the country on its
sometimes difficult path to democracy and assured him of U.S. support.Obama spoke as he sat in the Oval Office with former general Thein
Sein, who became the first president of Myanmar to visit the White House
in 47 years. Activists object to the invitation because of concerns
over human rights in the country, but it marks a turnaround in
international acceptance for Myanmar after decades of isolation and
direct military rule....
In a speech at a university in Washington, Thein Sein called for a
new era in U.S.-Myanmar relations. On domestic challenges, he vowed to
ensure that communal violence between Buddhists and minority Muslims
that has claimed hundreds of lives over the past year would be brought
to a halt and that all the perpetrators are brought to justice.
Obama said he expressed concern about violence against Muslims in the
country. "The displacement of people, the violence directed toward them
needs to stop," he said....Hat tip: Jihad Watch
The Nazi flag flying in Beit Omar (Photo Courtesy: Shneior Nachum Sochat, Tazpit News Agency)
Israeli settlers on their morning commute got quite the eyeful Monday
morning when they saw a swastika-emblazoned red flag flying near a
mosque in Beit Omar, a Palestinian village outside of Hebron.Thousands of residents of Jewish settlements near Hebron and Bethlehem
in Judea (the southern West Bank) drive to and from work on the road
from which the flag was visible.The Tazpit News Agency, which photographed the flying Nazi flag, reports
residents “were astounded” to see the symbol under which millions of
Jews were massacred during World War II now being prominently displayed
by residents of a Palestinian town.
Uri Arnon, who saw the flag, told Tazpit News Agency: “I felt we were
going back 75 years, losing our hold on the land. The Arabs no longer
feel the need to hide their murderous tendencies, announcing out loud
that they wish to destroy us.”Aryeh Savir of the Tazpit News Agency tells TheBlaze, “The IDF’s [Israel
Defense Forces] Coordination Office of Government Activities in the
Territories (COGAT) latest response is that they are waiting for members
of the Palestinian electricity company to come in and remove it because
it is on power lines.”
Beit Omar, also known as Beit Ummar, is located in a part of the West
Bank known as Area B in which the Palestinian Authority runs the
day-to-day civilian affairs, while the IDF is responsible for military
and national security related issues.There has been a history of Nazi sympathies among some Palestinians.
Most notoriously, the Palestinian leader Haj Amin al Husseini who served
as Grand Mufti of Jerusalem during the 1920s and 1930s, was an
outspoken Nazi collaborator and even met with Adolf Hitler. He also
recruited Muslims to serve in the SS. This famous photo with Hitler was
taken in 1941.
Just last week, Columbia University Professor Joseph Massad was widely criticized
for posting a column on Al Jazeera’s website in which he claimed that
Zionism is anti-Semitic and that there is an “affinity between Nazis and
Zionists.” Due to the outpouring of criticism, Al Jazeera removed the column form its site over the weekend. Hat tip: Eye On The World
Australia: MP calls for Egypt's Ambassador to be called in over persecution of the Copts
Australian MP Calls For Egypt’s Ambassador To Be Called In Over Coptic Persecution," from the Australian Coptic Movement, 2013 May 11 Mr Laurie Ferguson MP, Federal Member for Werriwa has written to the
Australian Coptic Movement Association (ACM) confirming that he
requested Senator the Hon. Bob Carr, Minister for Foreign Affairs to
call in the Egyptian Ambassador following ongoing attacks on Copts in
Below is an excerpt from Mr Ferguson’s letter to Senator Bob Carr: “I appreciate the seriousness of calling in an Ambassador to indicate
Australia’s concerns about particular issues. However, events in Egypt
appear to demand such action. On April 14th I attended a sizeable rally in Sydney’s Martin Place
with a significant number of NSW and Commonwealth parliamentarians in
the aftermath of violent attacks on mourners at Cairo’s St Mark’s
Cathedral”.The ACM welcomes Mr Ferguson’s stance and we look forward to a prompt
response from the Senator Hon. Bob Carr. We also demand that the
Australian Government immediately makes strong representations on this
serious issue at the United Nations. It is quite clear that The Egyptian government has not only failed to
take appropriate action to afford protection to Egypt’s vulnerable
Coptic community but also directly participated in the persecution. We are also deeply concerned over the welfare of 24 year Demiana
Nour. She has been held by Egyptian police in Luxor since 8 May 2013
under ‘defamation of religion’ charges. Demiana is a young teacher who
was merely undertaking her teaching duties. We demand that the Egyptian authorities immediately release Demiana
and all Copts who have been have been charged under flimsy ‘defamation
of religion’ charges.
Pakistan: Muslims attack Christian village, murder Christian teenager
Open season on Christians in Pakistan, and the world yawns. "Christian
student killed by firing of Muslims in native village of Shahbaz
Bhatti," from the Pakistan Christian Post, May 20 (spelling and grammar as in original): Faisalabad: May 20, 2013. (PCP) A Christian village named Khushpur in
sub-district Samundari of Faisalabad district came under attack of
Muslims on May 19, 2013, killing one Christian student of 10th Grade and
injuring many Christian by firing.Father Felix, a European missionary who established a number of
villages like Mariamabad in Shekhupura district, Francisabad in Shorkot,
Jhang district in Pakistan. “Felix” is the Latin word for "happy". The
village was thus given the name of "Khushpur" in Urdu, the "land of Fr
Felix" or “land of Happiness”.
Many important Catholic public figures come from the village in
government records shown as Chak Number 451/GB; people like Bishop John
Joseph, Bishop Rufin Anthony, Ilama Paul Ernest, and Shahbaz Bhatti were
born and raised in this remote village; On informations of Muslims attack, contingents of police reached to village and prevented further killing by Muslims. Faisal Patras, a Christian student of class 10th of High School was
killed by firing of Muslims while Danish Masih who is brother of Faisal
Patras and Patras Masih father of deceased was seriously injured with
bullet wounds when trying to safe Faisal Patras. After agricultural revolution in Pakistan, many Christians peasants
of these Christian villages in Punjab province of Pakistan which were
distributed without any cost by Catholic and other missionaries moved to
cities and sold this gifted land to Muslims. Muslim attack was on a petty dispute on a piece of land which Christian of Khushpur have sold to Muslims. According to Samundari Social Media Network, there was killing of one
Christian in other Christian village Chack Number 468/GB in this
district one months ago by firing of Muslims and killers are at large,
this other killing happened. Mr. Khalid Gill, Chief Orgnizer of All Pakistan Minorities Alliance
APMA have stronly condemned attack on village Khushpur and killing of a
Christian student. Mr. Gill have demanded immediate arrest of killers and security of
the Christians which are under constant attack of Muslims in Punjab
province of Pakistan.