09 March 2013

Lembu2 UMNO yang berselindung dicelah kangkang NGO2 mengamuk kat Komtar,Penang pulak...

Geng berani mati kat Penang???...Ini bukan geng berani mati ini hanyalah geng2 LEMBU....yg berani mati tu sedang mempertaruhkan nyawa berjuang di Lahad Datu....yg ni hanyalah geng ampu dan penjilat juboq UMNO aje....

Isu kalimah Allah tu kalau nak buat demo pigilah kat pejabat KDN sebab depa yg luluskan agar kalimah Allah boleh di pakai di Sabah dan Sarawak.

Lembu2 UMNO ini buat malu member2 Melayu Pulau Pinang yang lain...

Sementara itu, Wanita BN/UMNO & NGO Pulau Pinang menghangatkan suasana Sambutan Hari Wanita Sedunia 2013 di Hotel Equatorial, Pulau Pinang.

Relaks Sabtu...

Group barges into Komtar to see Guan Eng...

A group of protestors allegedly tried to barge into the state administration offices in Komtar (Level 3) today to hand in a “clock” to Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng.

Earlier, the group - representing various NGOs - marched 3km from the Masjid Jamek Benggali mosque in Lebuh Leith after Friday prayers to demand an apology from Lim over his call to allow the word ‘Allah’ to be used in Malay-language Bibles.

The NGOs include the National Silat Federation (Pesaka), Pertubuhan Kebajikan Islamiah dan Dakwah (Pekida), Penang Muslim Network (JMPP), Federation of Peninsula Malay Students (GPMS), Penang Pencinta Malaysia Association (Pencinta), Pertubuhan Peribumi Perkasa Malaysia (Perkasa) and Pertubuhan Kebajikan Al-Ehsan.

They shouted ‘Takbir!’ and ‘Allah!’ and ‘Allahuakbar’ through loud hailers while marching, whereas police patrol cars were present at the scene.

NONESpokesperson for the rally, Arshad Kassim (left), accused Lim of trying to "undermine racial harmony in the country".

“We want Lim to withdraw his statement and make a public apology today. We want  him to show some respect to the Muslim community as we have shown respect to other races in the country,” he claimed.

However, in Komtar, some of the group members had distanced themselves from those who were trying to enter the state administrative office on Level 3, leaving about 40 people who demanded to see Lim.

When they were denied entry, a scuffle broke out between the protestors and the security guard while they shouted and kicked the main door to be allowed in.

Lim's press secretary Cheong Yin Fan said that the glass door at the entrance of the offices had been damaged by the group.

“The clock in Chinese (culture) represents death. It is extremely unfortunate that this is being sent to my boss. We did not take it and during the scuffle, we heard it has been broken.

"Security officers have tightened security on the third floor, and technicians are assessing the damages to the glass door," she told Malaysiakini.

Since 2008, several NGOs have been protesting against Lim and his administration for various reasons, including the staging of a mock funeral in front of his home.

When contacted, Lim condemned the group's "wild and violent" actions, adding that his office had informed the police but nothing was done to stop the group.

He expressed disappointment that the police could allow the group to carry out such violent acts around Komtar “with impunity".

"The incident involved damaging property belonging to the state government. We have to increase security here as there are gangsters and hoodlums around," said Lim.

"I am most disappointed when the police did nothing. I am not surprised at the protestors, who are supporters of BN, as we know they always use the same racist tactics and are anti-non-Malays," he added.-malaysiakini

Program Anwar Sempena Sambutan 5 Pemerintahan PR

9 Mac 2013 (Sabtu) – PULAU PINANG

1) 8.30 pagi – 1.00 Ptg – Konvensyen Pakatan Rakyat Pulau Pinang

Lokasi: DOME, KOMTAR, Pulau Pinang  (Dewan Tunku)   

9 Mac 2013 (Sabtu) - SELANGOR

1)  9.00 – 12.00 mlm –

Ceramah Perdana - Sambutan  5  Tahun

Pemerintahan Kerajaan Pakatan Rakyat  Selangor

 Lokasi : Dataran Kemerdekaan, Syah Alam

2) Barisan Penceramah:

a.YB Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim
b.YAB Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim
c.YB Lim Kit Siang
d.YBhg Mat Sabu 


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