Monthly Archives: January 2010

Three charged for torching church in Wangsa Maju

Three men were charged in KL Session Court for setting fire to the Metro Tabernacle Church AG in Desa Melawati, Wangsa Maju, on 7 January, 2010.

The trio are Raja Muhammad Faizal Raja Ibrahim, 24, and Raja Muhammad Idzham Raja Ibrahim, 22, and 23-year-old Azuwan Shah Ahmad and they were allowed bail of RM20,000 each with one surety, pending mention on March 12, 2010.


PAS suspends YB Khalid Samad for 6 months

PAS Disciplinary Committee suspends YB Khalid Samad, the MP for Shah Alam for 6 months for publicly attacking YB Dr Hassan Ali and issues a warning to Selangor PAS Commissioner Dr Hassan Ali, who is also the Exco Member for Selangor, for criticising the Selangor state Government.

Throwing of wild boar heads into mosques must be strongly condemned by all Malaysians

The throwing of wild boar heads into mosques was a thoughtless, provocative and criminal  act, which must be strongly condemned by all peace loving Malaysians. It is clear that those criminals responsible for such irresponsible acts have no regard whatsoever to the well being of the nation. Under the present fragile situation, we must all stay calm and not allow such criminals to sow hatred and destroy the religious harmony of our nation. The police must not only take stern actions against such criminals but to conduct more patrols to guard all places of worship throughout the country to ensure peace and harmony. The nation cannot afford to allow such despicable acts to incite any form of racial tension.

Sultan of Johor passed away yesterday

Sultan Iskandar Ibni Almarhum Sultan Ismail, 77 years old, passed away at about 7 pm yesterday. May His Royal Highness’ soul rest in peace.

Tengku Mahkota of Johor Tunku Ibrahim Ismail was appointed the Regent. This blog shall maintain silence for two days as a mark of respect for His Royal Highness.

The broken fence that caused two deaths in the mining pool!

DBKL's signboard and the broken fence

This mining pool can be turned into a beautiful recreational area

On 20th January, 2010 two Indonesians went fishing in the mining pool in Danau Kota Setapak, Wangsa Maju.  They drowned after their boat capsized. On the day I heard about the incident, I immediately visited the site. I managed to speak to the search parties consisting of officers from Jabatan Pertahanan Awam, DBKL and Jabatan Bomba, who have been working round the clock to find the bodies. I am informed by the search parties that the two unfortunate Indonesians must have got access to the mining pool through the broken fence.

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As a matter of goodwill, the Government should pay for the repair bills of the affected churches

All patriotic, sensible and law abiding Malaysians should condemn in the strongest terms the savage, disgusting and seditious damage of churches today. This unruly action runs contrary to teachings of all religion which advocate peace, respect and accommodation.

Once again the Government and Polis Diraja Malaysia have failed to uphold and protect the interest of Malaysians. As a matter of goodwill, the government  should foot the repair bills of all churches that were damaged by the rioters who had committed an act of treason and they should be brought to book. Continue reading

A church in Desa Melawati torched!

The administrative office of the Assembly of God Church

The Metro Tabernacle A/G Church, at 26 Jalan 4C, Desa Melawati, Wangsa Maju

I was shocked to learn that early this morning three churches had been attacked by criminals. The administrative office of the Metro Tabernacle Assembly of God Church in Desa Melawati in Wangsa Maju was badly damaged by fire. There were attempted arsons on two other churches namely Assumption (near Asunta Hospital) and the Life Chapel (Section 17 PJ). These three incidents must be condemned by all peace loving Malaysians. Continue reading