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Al Jazeera’s Spotlight on Malysia’s Discrimination and Racist slide

In a word with you, Analyst talk, Crime and human story, Hindu Diaspora News, hinduism news, Human Rights, Live Stream Videos-Latest Reports, Strange new world, world that matters on August 26, 2011 at 10:24 am

Malaysia is increasingly seen as sliding into a Racist and Theocratic Fascist political system

Aronite Thinking welcomes Al jazeera’s spotlighting on Malaysia’s increasing Islamisation drive that is edging out the non-Muslim and ethnic minorities.

The slide into a racist and Theocratic fascist state is catching the attention of Human Rights watchers and observers.

Here is the full discussion

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Malaysian regime riding storm of Jasmine protest wave, Saudi and Libyans getting armed to teeth

In a word with you, Analyst talk, Crime and human story, Human Rights, Live Stream Videos-Latest Reports, world that matters on July 10, 2011 at 12:55 pm

Malaysia swept by Protest wave as Najib regime cracks down- mid growing international critcism over excessive use of force

UMNO regime losing popular support?
regime crumbling

Outrage as Germany ‘sells’ 200 tanks to Saudi regime

From: RussiaToday | Jul 6, 2011 | 20,276 views

Germany is reportedly selling two hundred battle tanks to Saudi Arabia. Talk of a deal has caused outrage among Germany’s opposition politicians, who claim the government would be breaking its own export rules. Peace activist Jens Wagner says he fears the heavy weapons could be used to crush anti-regime protests in the region

Video of huge weapons arsenal ‘for Libya rebels’ seized on Qatar boats
From: RussiaToday | Jul 5, 2011 | 13,080 views
Libyan officials say they have intercepted two boats from Qatar carrying a cache of weapons for rebel forces in the country. It’s said the load included about a hundred Belgian-made assault rifles, along with thousands of rounds of ammunition. So far, only the French admit to supplying weapons to Libyan anti-government forces. Brian Johnson-Thomas, a former arms trafficking expert for the UN Security Council, says it’s a dangerous violation of the arms embargo.

HRP says over 70 people have ‘Disappeared’ after extra-Judicial Custody by Malaysian ‘cops’

In a word with you, Analyst talk, Crime and human story, Hindu Diaspora News, hinduism news, Human Rights, India news, Live Stream Videos-Latest Reports, world that matters on June 30, 2011 at 8:26 am

HRP says over 70 gone missing after being whisked away by the Malaysian Police

More than 70 people have gone missing after they were taken away by ‘policemen’, never to be seen again, Pakatan MPs said.

KUALA LUMPUR:

More than 70 people are believed to have been abducted by “policemen”, Pakatan Rakyat MPs alleged. DAP Ipoh Barat MP M Kulasegaran said that these people were last seen led away by plainclothes “policemen”.
“Something dreadful has happened to them while on the way to police stations… they were led away in the company of people armed with the stuff of law enforcement,” he told reporters in the Parliament lobby yesterday.
Kulasegaran said that these people then disappeared, never to be seen again. He added that more than 70 separate police reports have been lodged in the last eight months with regard to the matter.
In one example, he said that “two or three men” appeared at a Gunong Rapat house near Ipoh last week.
“Claiming they were police personnel … they produced police identity papers, carried handcuffs and were armed with firearms. But they were not in uniform and arrived in unmarked vehicles,” said Kulasegaran.
He heard about the case from the couple’s family members. When he inquired about the couple’s fate at the Ipoh police station, he found out that the police did not call them in for questioning.
“They had no dealings with the police… No connections whatsoever!” said Kulasegaran.

Similar circumstances
PKR Kapar MP S Manickavasagam said that he knew of a Subang Jaya businessman who disappeared under similar circumstances in June.
“His family came to my office, and we sent a memorandum to the Inspector-General of Police (Ismail Omar), lodged three police reports, but until now he’s (still) missing,” he said.
Manickavasagam added that the businessman had not left the country as his passport was still in his house.
He added that he had heard of four similar cases through DAP Puchong MP Gobind Singh Deo.
Kulasegaran filed a motion on the matter on Monday. However, it was rejected in Dewan Rakyat Speaker Pandikar Amin Mulia’s Chambers yesterday.
In a letter to Kulasegaran, Pandikar Amin said that the police were investigating the matter, and did not consider the motion as urgent for debate.
A disappointed Kulasegaran said: “Contrary to the views of the Speaker, the motion should have been debated as the police could have explained the factors… why to date over 70 people have gone missing.”
“At first, we thought it was just a normal (case of) missing people. But many of them are in their 40s or their 50s.”
He suspected that many of these missing people were most likely murdered. He said that the police were also not serious in investigating these cases, saying: “When we went and lodged the police report, they themselves cannot synchronise.”

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http://www.humanrightspartymalaysia.com/2011/06/30/70-abducted-by-policemen-have-vanished-see-free-malaysiatoday/

Al Qaeda Plot to blow up Oil Tankers, Islamists clash at Thai border, Blow up Truck in Pakistan

In a word with you, Crime and human story, Global terror, Ground zero defilement, Live Stream Videos-Latest Reports, Pakistan, terror tora tora on May 21, 2011 at 4:58 pm

French Oil Tanker set ablaze by Al Qaeda speedboat attack off Yemen coast

Al-Qaida Looked at Oil Tankers As Terror Targets

From: AssociatedPress | May 20, 2011 | 304 views
The terror group al-Qaida last summer considered hijacking and detonating oil tankers abroad in non-Muslim seas to provoke an “extreme economic crisis” in the West, according to documents seized from Osama bin Laden’s compound. (May 20)

Shootout in Southern Thailand Kills Four Rebels

In southern Thailand, four rebels have been killed in a shootout with government security forces. There’s been a recent rise in violence in the region, which is predominantly Muslim.In southern Thailand, four rebels have been killed in a shootout with government security forces. There’s been a recent rise in violence in the region, which is predominantly Muslim.

Four insurgents have been killed in a shootout with government security forces in Thailand’s Muslim south on Friday. Police say separatist tensions intensified near the border with Malaysia.

Pakistan blast kills 16 people

From: Euronews | May 21, 2011 | 49 views

At least 16 people were killed when a truck carrying NATO fuel supplies exploded in northwest Pakistan on Saturday.

Weapons and other supplies are often routed from that part of the country to allied forces in neighbouring Afghanistan.

The explosion happened in the town of Landikotal.

Maldives turns Island to dump yard, Tree-men refuse to come down trees, Malays protest refinery

In a word with you, Adventure, Human Rights, Live Stream Videos-Latest Reports, Nature and Environment on May 15, 2011 at 2:54 pm

Two guys who live up Tress now say they are sick of the maddening crowds and wont come down

Maldives turns Island to dump yard

Maldives ‘trashing’ an island

AlJazeeraEnglish | May 14, 2011 | 578 views

In a bid to battle a growing waste problem, The Maldives has been dumping almost all of its rubbish on a single one of its some 1,200 islands.

Thilafushi island has turned into a dump, and environmental activists say the bad practices adopted there are causing contaminants to seep into the country’s once pristine sea water, and then into the food chain.

Al Jazeera’s Steve Chao reports from Thilafushi Island, The Maldives.

Two tree dwellers maintain their perch in Brazil

AlJazeeraEnglish | May 13, 2011 | 1,047 views

Two men who’ve spent years living in trees next to a highway in Sao Paulo, Brazil, have been ordered to leave, but they say it’s more peaceful than a shelter and safer than the streets.

Malaysians fear impact of ‘rare earths’ refinery

AlJazeeraEnglish | May 12, 2011 | 1,814 views
Residents of a coastal town in Malaysia are concerned about a new refinery being built in the area.

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