10 November 2012

Perkasa dan pecacai2 UMNO serang Anwar di Terengganu...

Kira-kira 20 ahli Perkasa biadap dan tidak menghormati agama apabila melakukan demontrasi ketika azan berkumandang di Masjid Sultan Mizan di sini, tengah hari ini.(saksi video dibawah)    

Mereka membawa kain rentang dan berkumpul depan balai polis Kerteh sambil terjerit-jerit menghambur kata kesat kepada rombongan bas Jelajah Merdeka Rakyat yang singgah untuk solat Jumaat.



UMNO & Perkasa buat kacau di Kerteh, Terengganu

Namun, gangguan itu tidak menghalang jemaah masjid menyambut kehadiran Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim meskipun kedudukan lokasi demontrasi berkenaan hanya dipisah dengan  jarak 50 meter.

Keadilan Daily yang turut menyertai siri Jelajah Merdeka Rakyat, difahamkan kumpulan ahli Perkasa yang mengadakan demontrasi itu, bukan penduduk tempatan.


Mengikut jadual, Anwar bertemu rakyat dalam jamuan di Kampung Gelugor, Kerteh, selepas solat Jumaat.

Jam 4.30 petang pula, Ketua Umum KEADILAN itu mengadakan ceramah dan bersantai di Syahbandar, Kuala Terengganu.


 Syahbandar, Kuala Terengganu.

Selepas solat dan tazkirah Maghrib di Surau Ladang Sekolah, Kuala Terengganu, Anwar dijadual berucap pada ceramah perdana di Markas KEADILAN, Kampung  Kubang Palas, Kuala Telemong, Hulu Terengganu.

Beliau juga berceramah di ceramah  di tapak pasar Teluk Ketapang, Seberang Takir, antara jam 8.30 malam hingga 12 tengah malam.

Selain Anwar, antara penceramah lain yang dijangka berucap ialah Datuk Saifuddin Nasution; Azan Ismail; Dr Alias Abdul Razak; Rafizi Ramli; Abdul Rahman Yusof;, Mahyuddin Abdul Rashid dan Ng Chai Heng.-keadilandaily



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UMNO mengapi-api rakyat dengan manipulasi agama – Nurul Izzah...

Serangan Umno melalui media kawalan mereka yang tergamak memanipulasi agama untuk mengapi-api rakyat adalah kerja jahat, kata Naib Presiden KEADILAN, Nurul Izzah Anwar.

“Beza kita dengan mereka, kita tidak guna agama dan kaum untuk serang sesiapa seperti yang mereka lakukan untuk serang saya.

“KEADILAN dan Pakatan datang dengan semangat Malaysia. Kita berjuang untuk semua bangsa” katanya di Bulatan Little India, Brickfields malam tadi.

Di sebalik hujan lebat sepanjang ceramah perdana Merdeka Rakyat bersempena sambutan Hari Deepavali dihadiri lebih 500 rakyat.

Ia turut diserikan dengan paluan gendang tradisional masyarakat india dan percikan bunga api.

Utusan Malaysia sebelum ini memutar belit kenyataan Nurul Izzah berkaitan fitnah akidah bagi meraih sokongan orang Melayu-Islam yang kian menyokong Pakatan.

Selain isu itu, Ahli Parlimen Lembah Pantai menyatakan kekesalannya terhadap pembangunan di Brickfields yang tidak dirancang dengan baik.

“Perancangan pembangunan yang huru hara ini berpunca dari pemerintah yang angkuh dan sombong.
“Lihat apa yang berlaku kepada Ibu Pejabat Daerah (IPD) Brickfields,” katanya.

Lot 18, tapak asal IPD Brickfields diberi kepada Ketua Wanita Umno Bukit Bintang, Senator Mariany Yit yang pernah memegang jawatan penting dalam Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur.

“Kita sedaya upaya memperjuang IPD itu dari diroboh kroni Umno. Rakyat mahukan pemimpin yang ikhlas bukannya yang zalim,” kata Nurul Izzah.- keadilandaily

 

Nurul Izzah Hadir Membuat Aduan Di Jais...

Naib presiden PKR Nurul Izzah Anwar hari ini membuat laporan kepada Jabatan Agama Islam Selangor (JAIS) terhadap Utusan Malaysia, mendakwa akhbar telah memutarbelit kenyataannya dalam satu forum mengenai Islam.

Ahli Parlimen Lembah Pantai itu menemui Pengarah JAIS, Datuk Marzuki Husin dan membuat satu laporan lisan terhadap akhbar tersebut, kata setiausaha politik Nurul Izzah, Fahmi Fadzil ketika dihubungi.

Katanya, Nurul Izzah telah membuat laporan terhadap akhbar tersebut kerana untuk memutarbelit kenyataannya yang telah digunakan oleh pihak lain untuk menyerangnya.

Nurul Izzah, semasa pertemuan selama setengah jam dengan Marzuki, juga menjelaskan bahawa apa yang beliau katakan semasa forum Sabtu lepas telah diputarbelit, kata Fahmi.

Menurutnya, hadir sama pertemuan Nurul Izzah dengan pihak JAIS itu ialah peguam syarie Fadhlina Siddiq.

Nurul mengemukakan laporan Utusan Malaysia, satu salinan CD audio dan transkrip kenyataan beliau di forum tersebut kepada JAIS sebagai bukti, katanya.-malaysiakini


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 Nurul lodges report with Jais against Utusan...

PKR vice-president Nurul Izzah Anwar today lodged a report with Selangor Islamic Affairs Department (Jais) against Utusan Malaysia, alleging the daily had twisted her statements in a forum about Islam. 

The Lembah Pantai MP met with Jais director Marzuki Husin and lodged a verbal report against the daily, said Nurul Izzah’s political secretary Fahmi Fadzil when contacted.


Hudud forum Nurul Izzah"Nurul Izzah has lodged report against the daily for misrepresenting (her statements), which have been used by other parties to attack her," he said.

Nurul Izzah, during her half-hour meeting with Marzuki, also explained that what she said during the forum last Saturday had been twisted, said Fahmi.

With the MP at the meeting with Jais was syariah lawyer Fadhlina Siddiq, he said.

Nurul submitted Utusan Malaysia's report, a copy of an audio cd and transcript of her statement at the forum to Jais as proof, he added. Fahmi said the question and answer section of the audio was provided by an audience who had attended the forum.


She also submitted, for Jais’ reference, a copy of her letter issued by her counsel Hanipa & Associates, which demanded the Malay daily apologise within 48 hours.




No mention of probe on Nurul Izzah

However, Fahmi said Marzuki, who was accompanied by three enforcement officers, did not  mention Jais's plan to investigate Nurul, and thus far no officers have as contacted her over the issue.

"(Pertaining to Nurul's verbal report,) Jais just said it will come back to her.
 
Last Saturday, Nurul Izzah courted controversy by saying there should be ''no compulsion" in Islam, even for Malays, when replying to a question in a forum.

She, however, had stopped short of saying that Malays should be legally granted religious freedom, adding she was bound by "the prevailing views" on the matter.

The MP later denied that her statement encourages Muslims to renounce Islam (murtad).

Even so, her statement prompted various Muslim leaders, including politicians from both sides of the divide, to come out either in support or against the PKR vice-president.


azlanSubsequently, the Sultan of Selangor, Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah was quoted by the Selangor Islamic Religious Council (Mais) chairperson Mohamad Adzib Mohd Isa as having expressed regret over Nurul Izzah's statement.

Four days ago, Marzuki reportedly said that the department would take action against Nurul Izzah if it had more information regarding her statement.

Meanwhile, Utusan Malaysia, in its headline today, reported Siti Zabedah, a panelist who had posted the controversial question to Nurul at the forum on whether Malays should have religious freedom, has expressed disappointment at Nurul's seemingly 180-degree turn in her stand.

The daily quoted online news portal Free Malaysia Today, where Siti Zabedah Kasim insisted Nurul should defends her stand on freedom of religion, instead of retracting her statement.

According to the daily further, Siti had said Nurul didn't spell the word apostasy, and it was clear the answer given supported freedom of religion among Malays-malaysiakini


 

'Hilarious' to watch UMNO leaders championing Islam...

A PAS leader said it was 'hilarious' to watch UMNO leaders championing Islam in the wake of the intense media campaign targeted at PKR vice president Nurul Izzah Anwar over her statement on freedom of religion in the Qur'an.

Central commitee member Idris Ahmad (pic) made the remark commenting on the accusation that Nurul was supporting apostasy among Malay-Muslims.

During a forum on the Islamic state last weekend, the Lembah Pantai member of parliament and daughter of PKR de-facto Anwar Ibrahim was asked about Islam's view on freedom of religion.

To this, Nurul quoted the Qur'anic verse that there is no compulsion in religion, but quickly added that she would go with the prevalent view that Muslims be bound by Shariah when asked whether this meant that Malays could declare themselves out of Islam.

UMNO leaders immediately accused Nurul of encouraging apostasy.

Idris however said Nurul had already explained what she had meant.

“She has explained that when one is already a Muslim, one is bound by its Shariah. So why does UMNO keep on shouting?" he asked.

Idris said this was in contrast to UMNO leaders who had uttered statements which are in fact blasphemous, such as their series of comments on hudud.

“Statements by UMNO leaders which clearly undermine their faith, such as those making fun of hudud, have never been revoked by them," he told Harakahdaily.

Idris said "all sane people" would find it hilarious that UMNO was defending the Islamic faith.

"Everyone is aware that UMNO only makes Islam a tool for its political interest, and its Islamic programmes are half-baked," he said.

As such, Idris added, Islamic programmes on television, for example, could not touch on the topic of the true role of Islam, while speakers could also be banned from appearing on TV.-harakahdaily




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