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Can we still not care? PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 03 July 2010 15:16

Pic / Malaysiakini

Tenaganita's Aegile Fernandez (left) gave a talk entitled "Child and Women Trafficking - Is There Hope?" at the Assumption Church on June 24. SABM's FARIDA JIVAMALA IBRAHIM came away shaken and angry

THE facts are horrifying. Sex trafficking, drug trafficking, slave trafficking, baby trafficking  - you name it, Malaysia and other countries are doing it.

Talk about global business!

And enforcement officers are very much in the thick of it.

It turned out that men too were being kidnapped and brought out of their countries and onto open sea  - to get ransoms paid and to toil as fishermen!

Here's a brutal fact to grasp: 


In 2008, our country had 982 children reported missing. Of these, to date, 500 of those 982 are still missing. What of the other years? What of 2009 and 2010 so far. The statistics are staggering and still climbing!

Withdraw AUKU charge on UKM 4 PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 23 May 2010 11:54

ukm4Withdraw University & University College Act 1971 (UUCA) Charge on Muhammad Hilman bin Idham, Muhammad Ismail bin Aminuddin, Azlin Shafina Mohamad Adzha & Woon King Chai, Immediately

The students above, Muhammad Hilman bin Idham, Muhammad Ismail bin Aminuddin, Azlin Shafina Mohamad Adzha and Woon King Chai are second year Political Science students from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) has been charged by university authority because they were found to be in the vicinity of the Hulu Selangor by-election and allegedly for showing support, sympathy or opposition towards political parties in Malaysia.


They are required to attend university disciplinary proceeding on the following date: 

2nd June (Wednesday):
Muhammad Hilman bin Idham

3rd June (Thursday): Muhammad Ismail bin Aminuddin, Azlin Shafina Mohamad Adzha, and Woon King Chai

9.00am at Bilik Mesyuarat Canselori, Aras 6, Bangunan Canselori.

Last Updated on Sunday, 23 May 2010 12:24
We don't take such money PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 18 May 2010 00:20

Goh Keat Peng: Addressing the audience at the Saya Anak Bangsa Malaysia Roadshow in Penang.

By Goh Keat Peng

First published in

Regardless of the results of the Sibu parliamentary by-elections, the reported “special grants” of RM1.75 million to four Methodist churches on the eve of polling day is very troubling to me as a Christian who attends a Methodist church and I am sure to many other Christians.

It is always troubling when a sitting government, regardless of which party, has to resort to dishing out “special grants” to various sections of the constituency involved in an election for the sole purpose of increasing their votability.

Such last-minute attempts to be seen as being sympathetic to the concerns and needs of specific sectors of voters is dishonest, insincere and hypocritical.

A sitting government which is genuinely sincere would have had a system in place to gauge issues and needs of the respective voters and to have an orderly, transparent, fair and effective way of allocating adequate budget and plans to resolve problems on the ground.

It is difficult to see how large sums of public money could suddenly become available or that the people’s needs could suddenly catch the eyes of the powers that be only when election campaigns are on.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 18 May 2010 00:51

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