Friday, March 15, 2013


TERROR FIGHT: To understand the saga unfolding in the east coast of Sabah, Shan Lee Liew looks at who's who

THE Lahad Datu incursion opened the eyes of Malaysians to a threat that most Sabahans had known for years. While it was not a surprise that these terrorists were willing to kill our security forces to achieve their ill intention, the brutality of their actions was unexpected.
However, what they never expected was the strong response that our security forces displayed in defending the honour and sovereignty of our nation.
While Kampung Tanduo has been cleared of terrorists, we must not be lulled into a sense that the crisis is over. We may have won the battle, but the war still goes on.
Before we continue our vigilance against any future intrusion, we should identify who the key players are and how they are reacting to the intrusion.
Known key players today are the Philippine government, MILF (Moro Islamic Liberation Front) under the leadership of Murad Ibrahim, MNLF (Moro National Liberation Front) under the current chairman Muslimin Sema, former MNLF chairman Nur Misuari and Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG).
While there are other groups that have certain level of influence over the population in southern Philippines, most could not muster sufficient force and influence to be considered as key players.
For the sake of simplicity, we will not look into how the current Philippine government and its predecessors weigh in on the issue. Their stance has been consistent, that the Sabah issue is on the backburner and their actions are constrained by the Philippine Constitution which explicitly barred the nation from using war as an instrument of foreign policy.
The same constraint, however, does not apply to the rebels who are the main players in southern Philippines. We will examine them one by one.

Read more: Key players on Lahad Datu stage - Columnist - New Straits Times

Pertabalan Sultan Sulu baru dijangka 2 April 2013.

 Dari sumber yang boleh dipercayai, Sultan Sulu yang baru akan ditabal pada 2 April 2013 tidak lama lagi. Anwar dan Nik Aziz difahamkan telah mengesahkan kesahihan berita berkenaan dari gaya yang telah ditunjuk.

Difahamkan gelaran yang akan diguna ialah Sultan Anwar Ubraha Kiram IV.

2 april 2013, jangan lupa

yes, 2 april tau

sah, 2 april 2013.

Belum pasti rupa tengkolok mana nak pakai

Belum pasti rupa tengkolok mana nak pakai

Belum pasti rupa tengkolok mana nak pakai

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Kematian Tan Sri Yahya Ahmad dan Anwar

Anwar naik dalam dunia politik dengan menyepak ramai ke tepi. Lupakan cerita Suhaimi Kamaruddin kerana cerita  itu telah berlalu lama. Mungkin perlu diingatkan peristiwa team wawasan yang dibina Anwar tetapi untuk diruntuhkan tiangnya satu demi satu.

Ramai ingin tahu Rahim Tamby Chik, Muhamad Taib, Ghafar Baba dalam persada terajang politik. Namun ada juga yang ingin tahu tentang Tan Sri Yahya Ahmad. Sering kematian Tan Sri Yahya Ahmad dikaitkan dengan Anwar dan kerakusannya. Persepsi seperti ini akan terus berlegar dan tentu sukar untuk dipadam.

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anwar ibrahim terselamat dalam dua kemalangan ... - Shinichipedia 
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Apa ??Anwar pernah dikaitkan dengan kematian Tan Sri Yahya 

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Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Vijay peguam kes Liwat II Anwar, ajak main-main.

a little excerpt from Empayar Pemuda.

Sumber : Analisis Politik Terkini...Kalau berani boleh berdebat disana...

LETTER: From Yuktes Vijay, via e-mail
I read with anger the news that Saiful’s dad has joined PKR. I knew from Day 1 that the party was devoid of any integrity but for it to stoop to this extent is just mind boggling. I was working with one of Anwar’s long-time lawyers during the whole course of Sodomy 2 and was involved in A-Z of the trial itself.
When I say A-Z, it means from meeting the forensic and DNA experts to reviewing of the documents to finding case laws for his submissions. I was involved in everything. I do not wish to mention the name of the lawyer here as I revere him as my mentor and I do not wish to drag him into this frustration and anger pouring of mine.
Why Anwar never took the stand?
Anwar claimed that he was never offered a fair trial. The truth is he was never brave enough to take the stand. He was never going to withstand the questions that were about to be put forward to his now ally Datuk Yusof. If you Pakatanians have doubts, why not ask him these questions and get valid, acceptable and not logically challenging answers for it.
  • Why did Anwar personally and specifically request his Chief of Staff, Ibrahim Yaakob to send Saiful to the apartment carrying documents when there were other staff there;
  • How come Saiful was aware of the code to enter the apartment which was ‘Mokhtar’, the name of Anwar’s security chief and brother-in-law? ;
  • Video evidence that was sent to Gandhi Labs in New Delhi confirmed the presence of Saiful in the apartment, so how can Saiful’s presence in the apartment be refuted;
  • Why was Saiful afforded special treatment i.e. he was given his own room, privilege of following Anwar for overseas trips though he was a new staff;
  • Anwar’s current aide, Najwan Halimi had previously e-mailed Anwar and told him about Saiful’s apparent afflictions to BN. Why was the call not heeded by Anwar?
Fearing that Anwar will not be able to withstand the onslaught by the Prosecution, the defence team then decided to ask him not to take stand uder the pretext that he was not offered a fair trial. Anwar excelled in conning, deceiving and cheating the public by assuming a Mandela like persona. He is no Mandela, merely a good con artist.
Fund for the overseas experts
The surprising factor here is why no one has ever questioned the fees that were involved in paying the forensic experts, Dr Brian Macdonald and Dr David Wells. Contrary to what the general public have been made to believe, they were paid hefty sums to defend him. When they were here, they stayed in Shang-ri La Hotel for a number of days.
Where did the money to pay the hotels come from? Did Anwar pay from his own pocket? No, he does not even pay his lawyers. So, he had very rich Datuks funding him. I do know the name of the Datuk, but for the reasons known close to me I will not disclose the name.
The problem is if PKR can throw questions as to the wedding expenditure of the Prime Minister, why not question where the money to pay these experts came from? If a former convict and a mere Opposition Leader can have Datuks funding his legal expences, what is wrong in having  Datuks funding the wedding of the PM’s daughter?
I don’t know much about Saiful. The only thing I can say is that the reason he was denied justice is that the Investigating Officer, Jude Perreira, ignored the protocols told to him by Jabatan Kimia and decided to do his things his own way.
There were traces of Anwar’s DNA in his rectum. The only thing that stopped the judge from convicting Anwar was the “break in the chain of evidence”. I will write a full piece on this soon. This drama itself deserves a full piece write up.
In a nutshell, there was evidence of Anwar’s semen in Saiful’s rectum. However, due to a break in chain of evidence and the question mark over the integrity of the samples, the evidence was not used.
So the judge had no other way of corroborating Saiful’s evidence.
Conclusion for Part 1
Anwar is a consummate liar. He is using Saiful’s dad to play up his victim role in order to garner votes. We all know for a fact that since he got acquitted he has lost that bit of “charm” about him as he has nothing to yell about anymore. I really hope he sues me so that I can prove in Court what I have just mentioned.
Remember Anwar Ibrahim, I grew up adoring you. I know your modus operandi and I aspired to be you. Sue me please. Let the public watch Anwar vs Anwar clone (which is me) in action.  And  remember the e-mails, Astroboy? I have all of them saved. Come get me!
The writer, a former Anwarista, worked in Anwar’s Sodomy 2 trial for the defence - FMT

terkini : bekas peguam anwar dalam kes liwat ii ... - Empayar Pemuda

JOMO MALAYA: Bongkar!!! Pendedahan @AICMALAYSIA Anwar ... 


Perang Sulu Lahad Datu: Tajaan Amerika, Britain, Anwar.


By  -- (March 10, 2013)
By Nile Bowie
Tension is high in Malaysia’s eastern state of Sabah following an ongoing standoff between militants from the nearby southern Philippines and Malaysian security forces.
235-armed militants landed in eastern Sabah in early February and occupied several villages in an effort to assert a centuries-old claim over the territory. Both sides accuse the other of firing the first shot, but once the stand-off produced Malaysian causalities, Malaysian security forces deployed fighter jets and launched an unprecedented air assault on the militants with five battalions of soldiers deployed over the area in an operation to flush out the militant group, which they termed “Operation Sovereignty”. At least 52 militants have been killed, in addition to several Malaysian policemen who were reportedly mutilated by the insurgents; reports claim that militants sent an e-mail message to Malaysian authorities that included images of beheaded police officers. The insurgents identified themselves as the “Royal Sulu Army”, representing the now-defunct Sulu Sultanate that controlled the territory for centuries before leasing the land to the colonial British North Borneo Company in 1878.
The Manila-based Sultan of Sulu, Jamalul Kiram III, directed the insurgency, while his brother Agbimuddin Kiram led ground operations into Sabah. The Sultanate insists that Sabah is its homeland, and it will not budge on its claims over the territory even if its personnel are killed in the standoff. British colonialists leased the land from the Sultanate and eventually annexed Sabah in 1946 before turning over the disputed territory to the Federation of Malaysia in 1963. At the time, the Philippines contested the transfer, claiming that the British did not possess the authority to transfer ownership to Malaysia. The British and the Malaysian authorities responded by asking the United Nations to conduct a referendum which came to the conclusion that two-thirds of the population of Sabah favoured joining Malaysia. The Malaysian government also began paying small annual payments to the heirs of the sultanate as compensation for their cession of the land, an arrangement that has continued to the present day.
Malaysia originally took a soft approach on the Filipinos militants by offering them the opportunity to lay down their arms and leave peacefully, leading many to criticize the government and security forces for allowing the militants to penetrate Malaysian territory. Local media referred to the gunmen as “intruders”, but soon after the gunmen engaged security personnel in a firefight, Malaysia began referring to the group as “terrorists”. Prime Minister Najib Razak authorized intense retaliatory strikes, calling for the total surrender of militants.
Following the airstrikes, Sulu Sultan Jamalul Kiram III told Filipino media that he was unable to contact his brother, militant leader Agbimuddin Kiram, and that he was increasingly worried over the safety of his “royal army” in Sabah, prompting the Sultan to call for a ceasefire. Malaysian PM Najib reiterated that he would not consider any request unless the militants in Sabah turn over their arms to the Malaysian authorities and surrendered.

Filipino militant groups call for retaliation against Malaysia

The Philippine government under President Benigno Aquino has sided with Malaysia and reiterated its call to followers of Sulu Sultan Jamalul Kiram III to surrender to prevent further bloodshed. Aquino has spoken of punishing the Sultan and his men for masterminding the armed rebellion in Sabah, prompting a domestic backlash that threatens fragile peace deals with separatist militant groups sympathetic to the Sultan’s cause. Fighters representing the Sulu Sultanate are ethnic Tausugs from the Philippines’ Sulu region, some of whom have aligned themselves with the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) which has been fighting for autonomy over the territories in the southern Philippines. Nur Misuari, leader of the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF), warned the Aquino government of chaos if Sulu Sultan Jamalul Kiram III is arrested or his men apprehended.
Nur Misuari founded the MNLF in 1969 with the aim of forming an independent egalitarian nation in the Philippines’ easternmost regions of Mindanao, Palawan, and Sulu. The organization has at times preached religious tolerance, and is composed of Muslims, Christians, members of indigenous faiths. An MNLF offshoot – the Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) – is known to have perpetrated brutal violence and murder. The ASG maintain links to Al-Qaeda networks, and reports issued by AFP claim that US diplomatic cables released by WikiLeaks implicate a Saudi Arabian ambassador to the Philippines of bolstering Filipino terrorist networks with cash through religious charities.
At a recent press conference, Misuari stated, “And for what reason is he (Aquino) aligning this country with Malaysia, a colonial power occupying the land of our people? I am against that, totally against that with all my soul. I hope the president will be properly advised. I hope he will recant. Otherwise we won’t forgive him. And there is an attempt even to arrest the sultan, I understand. Let them do that. The country will be in total chaos if they do, I promise you.” MNLF political chief officer Gapul Hajirul has warned of civil war in Sabah waged by Filipino Muslims who have long resided there. Nur Misuari warned Malaysian PM Najib that targeting Filipino Muslims in Sabah “would be tantamount to war”.
After Malaysia’s assault on the Sulu militants, Princess Celia Fatima Kiram warned that the Sultanate would wage a “long civil war” in Sabah. The MNLF has claimed that thousands of ethnic Tausug fighters were planning to enter Sabah using small pump boats, and that many had already successfully slipped through a naval blockade set up by the Philippines. The Philippine Daily Inquirer reported that MNLF member Habib Hashim Mudjahab claimed that at least 10,000 Tausug people from islands in the southern Philippines were headed to Sabah to act as reinforcements in support of the Royal Sulu Army. Filipinos in Sabah who are not part of the Royal Sulu forces have reportedly joined the fighting in reaction to what they perceive as atrocities committed by the Malaysian government. Former MNLF member Hadji Acmad Bayam told the Manila Bulletin that MNLF forces may have a significant weapons arsenal hidden within Sabah’s thick jungles left behind by MNLF commanders who have moved in and out of the region over the years.

Allegations of political motives

Malaysia will soon hold a pivotal general election that pits incumbent Prime Minister Najib Razak against de-facto opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim. Najib voiced suspicion as to why the Sulu rebels chose to pursue their long-standing claim to Sabah when the country was preparing to hold a general election. Reuters cited sources within the Malaysian government who claimed that the gunmen were suspected to have links to factions that were unhappy with the Philippines’ recent peace agreement with the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF), another breakaway group from the MNLF which today is widely recognised as the mainstay of the Moro movement. Malaysia acted as the facilitator for that 2012 peace agreement. Kuala Lumpur has played a key role in facilitating peace talks between Manila and Mindanao since 2001, and the MNLF publicly opposed MILF’s Framework Agreement with Manila. Furthermore, Reuters cited an anonymous Filipino military officer who claimed that Sulu rebels were “invited to Sabah by a Malaysian opposition politician to discuss land issues”. Najib then ordered Malaysian intelligence officials to investigate claims that an opposition leader had a hand in the armed intrusion in Sabah. Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim pressed charges against Malaysian broadcasters for running a story implicating his involvement in the insurgency, and vehemently denied his involvement.
Local analysts have criticized Ibrahim for accepting funds and training from US Government-linked foundations such as the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), while pro-government mainstream media is routinely critical of Anwar’s links to foreign figures. Bloggers have also posted photographs of Anwar Ibrahim meeting with MNLF leader Nur Misuari, insinuating cooperation between the two in coordinating the Sulu insurgency. Tian Chua, one of the leaders of of the Pakatan Rakyat opposition coalition headed by Ibrahim, accusing the ruling party of having orchestrated the gun battle with Filipino militants, claiming that the incursion was believed to be a “planned conspiracy of the [UMNO] government” to divert attention and intimidate the people in the run-up to elections, prompting unanimous denials from the ruling party. Filipino sources claim that the Sulu Sultanate’s incursion of Sabah is an attempt to undermine President Benigno Aquino in midterm elections scheduled in May. Sulu Sultan Jamalul Kiram III ran as a senator allied to former President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo during elections in 2007 and Filipino politicians allied to him are seen as pressuring Aquino to pardon his predecessor, who remains under house arrest for electoral fraud.

Sulu Sultan calls for US intervention

Sulu Sultan Jamalul Kiram III has told media in the Philippines that he wants the United Nations, the United States and the United Kingdom to intervene in his claim over Sabah. The Sultanate claims that the United States must intercede, as agreed upon in a 1915 agreement signed with then US colonial government in the Philippines that mandated the US provide “full protection” to the Sulu Sultan in exchange for exercising sovereignty over the kingdom as the colonial administration. As calls for intervention and accusations of plots abound, mudslinging is rampant between the ruling parties and oppositions of both Malaysia and the Philippines. The Sulu militants have put aside “responsible conduct” by attempting to legitimize their force by invoking historic claims to the land.
The resource-rich state of Sabah is abundant in oil and gas reserves, which contribute to 14% of Malaysia’s natural gas and 30% of its crude oil reserves. Sabah’s fifteen oil wells produce as many as 192,000 barrels a day. Four new oilfields have been found in Sabah’s territorial waters over the last two years, and perhaps one of the motivations for the Sultan’s push to reclaim the territory is profit-driven. Even so, the highly unusual timing of the Sulu operation being so close to Malaysia’s general elections will naturally be perceived as suspect – and in following that line of thought, it is unsurprising that many are asking questions about the Sultanates’ arms sources and funding. The Sulu Sultanate could have taken several alternative dialogue-based approaches with the nations involved to address this situation that would have yielded infinitely less destructive consequences for his followers and his cause. The insurgent approach taken by the militants undermines the Sultan’s claims entirely, and lends much credibility to alternative narratives that allude to the crisis being manufactured to bring about a conflict at a politically sensitive time. As figures of all political leanings ask themselves who stands to gain from this situation, there is not enough information available to make an accurate assessment.
Malaysia is not often faced with security crises, especially of the sort that this conflict could expand into if more Filipino militants take up arms. Malaysia’s upcoming general election is expected to be extremely close, and many fear that a wider crisis would delay polls. Sulu Sultan Jamalul Kiram III has spoken of foreign intervention as the only solution to the conflict, and wider war could likely be something he is trying to achieve. As many Filipinos categorize the actions taken by Malaysia as “atrocities”, a credible threat exists in the prospect of wider war if MNLF soldiers establish a foothold in Sabah, or potentially even by conducting retaliatory attacks in Peninsular Malaysia population centers like Kuala Lumpur. While Malaysia’s position must continue to be firm, security forces must exercise restraint in quelling the insurgency to prevent the indiscriminate loss of life if the militants refuse to abandon their mission and turn over their arms.


Saturday, March 09, 2013

Anwar Ibrahim berperang

Dalam suasana Perang Sulu Lahad Datu, dengan nada marah seorang kawan ada berkata:

Biasala maki hamun ni. Kan dunia milik semua, bukan milik Anwar Ibrahim saja. Dia biasa menipu, dia biasa menderhaka, dia biasa menyepak ketua. Apa yang Anwar tak biasa buat....
Meliwat?, Main Betina?, Rasuah?, Tikam Kawan?, Hulur batang pelir ke pelacur?. Perghhh... kena tanya kawan rapat Anwar yang sering usung dia sana sini. Tanya Hadi nak buat apa! Tanya Nik Aziz nak buat apa! Tanya Mat Sabu memang kita semua jadi gila macam dia!
Jadi adakah salah kalau kita maki "Anwar, hang memang bangsat, celaka dan penderhaka!"

Friday, March 08, 2013

Kahwin Mutaah dalam peperangan

Pas telah berkali-kali berkahwin dengan DAP dalam peperangan politik. Perkahwinan mereka adalah secara mutaah, secara perjanjian. Mereka akan bersama bila perlu dan bergasak bila mereka mahu.  Namun waktu isu pokok Kalimah Allah jadi umpan politik, PAS menanggalkan segala serban  jubah dan berjalan telanjang bulat. Hanya Dr Haron Din saja yang tidak sanggup menanggal kewarasan, lalu beliau menyendiri untuk bersuluk.

Pemimpin PAS tidak rela turun tenguk ketibaan jenazah pejuang negara dari medan perang sulu lahad datu tetapi sanggup turun bersama dengan mendiang Beng Hock. Itu lah nilai Kahwin Mutaah PAS dan DAP yang memaparkan setia yang celaka.

Hadi dalam perkahwinan Mutaah

Kahwin Mutaah Politik

PAS dlm suasana kematian Beng Hock

Perang Sulu Lahad Datu - Anjing-anjing

Ada tanda-tanda bahawa kesetiaan kepada negara sebahagian pemimpin politik pembangkang boleh diragui. Pembangkang bermaksud kumpulan itu kalah dalam pilihanraya yang lepas, tidak lebih dari itu. Kekalahan dalam pilihanraya tidak boleh dibawa keterlaluan hingga rakyat juga perlu berpisah dalam isu agama, isu negara, isu kesetiaan dan ketaatan.  Agama suku, politik suku ayat yang Hadi sangat suka suatu masa dulu waktu menghentam konsep warisan penjajah, tidak boleh dijadikan slogan untuk merosak.

Kalau tidak setia kepada Malaysia, Pembangkang setia pada negara mana?

Memaki, mengherdek dalam dunia politik tidak seharusnya dibawa secara melampau hingga rakyat perlu bermusuh antara satu sama lain. Jika ada yang ingin mendabik dada sebagai pejuang Islam, atau pejuang liberal atau pejuang demokratik, kelangsungan ciri perjuangan sewajarnya bertitik tolak dari paksi SETIA KEPADA RAJA DAN NEGARA.

Tidak akan luntur jiwa kental keislaman Hadi Awang, Nik Aziz, Karpal Sinwar Ibrahim jika mereka menzahirkan rasa simpati kepada musibah yang menimpa negara. Lahad Datu adalah medan perang. Ada rakyat Malaysia telah terkorban.

Sekurang-kurangnya rakyat Malaysia akan rasa lega mendengar kata-kata perangsang dari pemimpin pembangkang.  Sekurang-kurangnya pasukan keselamatan negara tidak dilabel anjing waktu mereka menggadai nyawa untuk menjaga kedaulatan negara. Sekurang-kurangnya pembangkang dilihat baik jika solat hajat dapat dianjurkan bersama. Tidak akan tawar wajah pembangkang jika mereka juga turun menanti kepulangan jenazah Arwah Pejuang negara di lapangan terbang.

Kalau tidak setia kepada Malaysia, Pembangkang setia pada negara mana?

Anwar Ibrahim sering mengajar rakyat malaysia melabel pasukan keselamatan negara berdaulat ini sebagai anjing. Kerana bahasa celupar itulah beliau telah dilanyak cukup-cukup cara orang jantan oleh Ketua Polis Negara suatu masa dulu hingga lebam.

Kepada Anwar, dan semua puak pembangkang, KESETIAAN kalian sedang diperhatikan. Yang lebai-lebai jangan terlupa membawa mesej  islamik kepada rakyat Malaysia. Jangan kita tersilap waktu menggelar orang lain sebagai Anjing, muncung mulut kita terkeluar sebiji seperti anjing, lidah terjulur keluar sebiji macam anjing.

Kalau tidak setia kepada Malaysia, Pembangkang setia pada negara mana?

Jadi Pembangkang bukan bermaksud mesti menyanggah segala-galanya, hingga terlanggar sempadan keimanan, sempadan kesetiaan pada raja negara, sempadan kemanusiaan.  Hidup ini sekadar ujian semata-mata, kuasa jika tidak mampu diperolehi bukan bermaksud harus berperang hingga dunia jadi neraka. Belum tentu sehebat Hadi Awang mampu menjawab soalan malaikat di alam wafat nanti....

Nik Aziz dan Hadi Awang, adakah politik yang kita amalkan jadikan kita tersasar dari batasan?

Thursday, March 07, 2013

Perang Sulu Lahad Datu - Tan Sri Mat Hashim Hussein

Setelah sekian lama berkhidmat dalam ketenteraan hingga berpangkat jeneral, Tan Sri Mat Hashim Hussein tampil sebeblah Anwar untuk menempelak Angkatan Tentera Malaysia. Syabas Tan Sri kerana berani menyelebelahi pemimpin pembangkang yang sekarang diragui tahap kesetiaan kepada Raja dan Negara.

Kepada Tan Sri, nyatakan terus terang apa sebenarnya yang tidak kena. Kita semua akan lebih faham. Tan Sri apa sebenarnya yang telah dapat dan apa yang belum dapat. Rakyat suka juga tahu. Rakyat sudah tidak peduli lagi hal Anwar, kerana dia kini adalah sampah masyarakat.

Jeneral Tan Sri Md Hashim bin HusseinPTD18.gif1 Januari 1999-31 Disember 2002

Perang Sulu Lahad Datu - Ekstradiksi Kiram dan Anwar

Kuala Lumpur: Pejabat Peguam Negara akan mengemukakan permohonan bagi 'Sultan Sulu' Jamalul Kiram III dari Filipina diekstradisi ke negara ini jika terbukti ada kes terhadapnya, kata Peguam Negara, Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail hari ini.

Beliau berkata, pejabatnya telah meneliti perkara itu (ekstradisi) sejak minggu lepas.

"Perkara paling penting ialah siasatan terhadap perkara itu oleh polis perlu diselesaikan terlebih dahulu, kes perlu dibuktikan terhadap seseorang sebelum membuat permohonan bagi ekstradisi," katanya kepada Bernama semasa dihubungi hari ini.

Pegawai tertinggi pejabat pendakwa raya itu menjelaskan perlu dibuktikan ada kes terhadap seseorang itu sebelum Pejabat Peguam Negara memutuskan untuk mengambil sebarang tindakan seperti memohon ekstradisi atau mendakwa seseorang itu di

Beliau turut menasihatkan orang ramai supaya memberi ruang kepada polis menjalankan tugas mereka menyiasat kes itu.

"Jika terbukti ada kes, kami (Pejabat Peguam Negara) pasti akan melakukannya (memohon ekstradisi)," tegas Abdul Gani.

Beliau berkata demikian semasa diminta mengulas laporan media mengenai ekstradisi Jamalul Kiram yang didakwa mengarahkan pencerobohan bersenjata di Sabah, yang mengakibatkan lapan anggota polis terbunuh. - Bernama

Komen: Malaysia memohon Jamalul Kiram di hantar ke Malaysia untuk didakwa. Mungkin  Filipina memohon ekstradiksi Anwar Ibrahim ke Filipina pula. Manalah kita tahu

Perang Sulu Lahad Datu - Gambar Mayat Menyayat Hati.

Bila perang, mayat tentu bergelimpang. Amat menyayat hati, bila dipandang. Berikut ialah foto-foto mayat pengganas sulu. Manakala sebahagian dari mayat pasukan keselamatan negara difahamkan telah dicacatkan dengan teruk, antaranya kepala dipenggal dan mata dicungkil.

Sedutan dari Blog Politik Harian
Enam anggota polis yang terbunuh di Kampung Simunul di Semporna pada 2 Mac lalu ditemui dalam keadaan dicacatkan dengan teruk, memetik kenyataan Facebook polis lewat petang semalam.

Polis turut mendedahkan pasukan terpaksa dihantar ke kampung berkenaan sehari kemudian untuk menyelamatkan anggota yang tercedera dan rakan-rakan mereka yang sudah mati berikutan serangan hendap oleh kumpulan penceroboh Filipina.

Menurut laman itu lagi, polis sebelum itu telah menghantar pasukan ke Kampung Simunul dan Kampung Sri Jaya untuk menyiasat laporan tentang kehadiran penceroboh Filipina.

"Semasa tiba di Kampung Simunul, pasukan polis telah diserang hendap oleh penceroboh. enam anggota polis terkorban manakala dua lain cedera. Enam penceroboh bersenjata ditembak mati oleh polis.

"Polis menghantar pasukan keselamatan untuk membawa pulang mayat dan menyelamatkan anggota yang terkandas di Kampong Simunul, Semporna. Pasukan polis berjaya dalam misis tersebut.

"Mayat anggota polis yang ditemui telah dicacatkan dengan kejam oleh penceroboh bersenjata," memetik kenyataan dari laman itu.

Kesemua anggota yang terkorban adalah Supt Ibrahim Lebar, ASP Michael Padel, Sergeant Baharin Hamit, Sergeant Abdul Aziz Sarikon, Koperal Salam Togiran and Lans Korporal Mohd Azrul Tukiran.

Ketua Polis Negara Tan Sri Ismail Omar sebelum ini enggan mengesahkan laporan berkenaan termasuk kepala anggota dipenggal dan mata dicungkil keluar.