DRS. KHALIL IDHAM LIM

Orang Melayu benci orang masuk Islam?

 

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“Artikel ini berbeza dengan artikel biasa saya yang berkaitan politik. Artikel kali ini berhubung pengalaman saya mengislamkan ramai sahabat dari kaum bukan Melayu dan sikap kaum Melayu yang seakan-akan benci melihat orang masuk Islam, secara tidak sedar. Ini lebih ketara dalam kes Shahrukhkhan dan Micheal Jackson. Mari lihat analisa lengkap dalam isu ini.

1.Tiada hajat pun
Kebanyakan orang melayu suka mencerca kaum Cina dan kaum bukan Islam lain tetapi tidak pernah berhasrat mengislamkan sesiapa. Sekiranya berhasrat, anda boleh memperkemaskan ilmu anda berhubung akidah lalu menyertai NGO seperti ABIM khususnya di bahagian Outreach.

2. Suka pertikai keikhlasan saudara baru

Inilah yang saya paling menyampah sekali! Suka benar tanya ikhlas atau tak ikhlas nak masuk Islam. Yang dah Islam 30 tahun pun belum tentu ikhlas betul jadi tak payah kecoh la dengan saudara baru. Dia baru nak belajar Islam. Ada kes seorang saudara baru ingin masuk Islam (dari German) yang datang ke Malaysia dan berhasrat nak masuk Islam. Selepas di’soal siasat’ berhubung keikhlasan beliau hendak masuk Islam, samada ikhlas atau hendak berkahwin dan sebagainya, alih-alih dia balik aje, tak jadi masuk Islam! Bodo sungguh institusi terbabit. Nabi pun mengembangkan Islam dengan perkahwinan sebagai satu cara dakwah, jadi apa yang nak kecoh sangat?!

3. Isu Micheal Jackson

Ramai yang kecoih samada Micheal Jackson betul-betul Islam atau tidak. Kalau dah ada saudara baru buat sidang media kata dia masuk islam, nak tanya apa lagi?. Kenapa ramai yang teringin sangat nak bertanya samada dia Islam atau tidak? macam tak selesa sangat bila orang masuk islam.

4. isu Shahrukhkhan

Ramai benar yang iya-iya nak bunuh Shah Rukh Khan kerna tak mengikut ajaran Islam. Sepatutnya kita dakwah dia dulu. Dampingi dan jelaskan Islam padanya dulu. HAri tu dia dah datang Melaka, sepatutnya kita bagi senaskah buku ringkas yang ada penjelasan tentang kesyumulan Islam. Kalau setakat nak maki cerca aje, yes, itulah stail lazim orang Melayu..

Marilah kita berubah. Wassalam

Mederator Cina Islam :

Pagi ini YB menerima email yang memanggilnya dengan panggilan “PAS muaalaf” dan kami menjawab email tersebut seperti berikut….

“awas, kalau panggilan muaalaf ditujukan kepada saya , saya membantahnya, saya sudah 22 tahun masuk Islam mana lagi boleh dipanggil muaalaf. Inilah perangai rakyat melayu malaysia , suka sangat memanggil bangsa lain dengan muaalaf, macamlah Islam hanya milik orang melayu sahaja. sudah lama bangsa saya di malaysia dihina dengan panggilan ini, sedangkan nenek moyang kami lebih dulu dari orang melayu masuk Islam di negara china.”

 
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Pembela sedia bantu kesan adik Dilla

 

Bandar Darulaman – Perikatan Belia Bersatu Malaysia (Pembela) sedia bantu keluarga encik Mohd Yuosf mengesan anaknya Nur Fazilah, 16 tahun yang dikatakan lari meninggalkan rumah dipercayai diperdaya teman lelakinya.

Presiden Pembela, Ir Mohd Jamal Nasir berkata, Pembela sedia menghulurkan bantuan dari segi tenaga dan masa bagi mengesan anak gadis saudara Mohd Yusof yang dilaporkan hilang dan dipercayai diperdayakan oleh teman lelakinya.

Katanya, Pembela amat bersimpati di atas kejadian yang menimpa saudara Mohd Yusof dan isterinya seperti mana yang dilaporkan oleh media online Kedahlanie hari ini (Selasa – 7 Julai)”.

Sehubungan itu, Pembela akan memanggil anggoatanya di sekitar Kedah/Perlis pada hujung minggu ini untuk merancang tindakan mengesan adik Nur Fazillah (Dilla) tersebut.

Bantuan awal yang dirancang oleh Pembela ialah mencetak poster “Rayuan Masyarakat Mengesan Dilla’ untuk diedarkan di beberapa tempat seperti plaza-plaza tol, pintu sempadan Bukit Kayu Hitam / Danok dan Padang, di samping di masjid-masjid dan beberapa buah pasaraya di sekitar Alor Setar, Sungai Petani dan Kangar, katanya.

Mohd Jamal berkata, walaupun keterlibatan dan sumbangan Pembela dalam mengesan adik Dilla ini tidak sebesar mana, namun sebagi tanda prihatin serta komitmen komuniti dalam masyarakat maka ia wajar disuburkan supaya pihak yang terbabit tidak rasa bersendirian ataupun hanya dilakukan oleh pihak Polis Diraja Malaysia semata-mata.

“Mungkin hari ini… saudara Mohd Yusof yang menerima nasib begini, tetapi pada masa depan boleh jadi kita pula, katanya.

Kami (Pembela) mengharapkan kedua ibubapa anak gadis berkenaan bersabar dan banyak berdoa kerana ia juga ujian dari Allah SWT kepada hambanya yang ada sesuatu hikmah disebaliknya, katanya lagi.

 

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Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim

Sahmad Malaya Kembali Ke RahmatullahBy Anwar Ibrahim Comments Categories: Anwar, Belasungkawa, Catatan, Hebahan and Malaysia

Saya menerima berita sedih pemergian sahabat lama sdr Syed Ahmad yang terkenal dgn nama penanya Sahmad Malaya. Anak Allahyarham mengirim teks pesanan ringkas dari hospital Temerloh pagi tadi. Dato’ Fauzi Abdul Rahman, Pengerusi Perhubungan Keadilan Pahang sempat meluangkan masa menziarahi jenazah bagi pihak pimpinan.

Saya mengenali Syed Ahmad semasa saya masih mahasiswa menjalankan kempen kesedaran di Chenor, Sungai  Lembing dan Beserah. Beliau merupakan tokoh muda Pahang dan aktivis Parti Rakyat. Kami berhujah dan berbalah panjang isu ideologi, perjuangan Melayu dan politik. Kami sering bertemu kemudiannya dalam majlis belia – saya di Abim dan Majlis Belia Malaysia dan beliau di MAYC. Dan sepanjang musim derita saya di Sungai Buloh, beliau bangkit sebagai sahabat setia. Didoakan semoga ruh beliau dicucuri rahmat. Takziah dan salam saya ucapkan buat keluarga Allahyarham.

ANWAR IBRAHIM

08
Jul

Peristiwa Di Xinjiang Boleh Menjadi Iktibar Buat MalaysiaBy Anwar Ibrahim Comments

Categories: Analisis, Antarabangsa, Anwar, Catatan, Demokrasi, Ekonomi, Hebahan, Isu Semasa and Malaysia

Mangsa korban di Wilayah Autonomi Xianjiang telah mencecah angka ratusan. Berita pertembungan di antara masyarakat uighur yang beragama Islam dengan pihak berkuasa China merebak ke seluruh dunia dengan pantas sekali. Penggunaan teknologi rangkaian sosial seperti twitter dan facebook serta laman youtube memungkinkan masyarakat seluruh dunia mengikuti perkembangan di sana dengan lebih dekat.

Rakaman video serta foto yang tersebar menunjukkan keadaan masih tidak tenteram. Rakyat pastinya berada dalam ketakutan. Saya merasa kesal dengan apa yang terjadi dan menegaskan, korban di kalangan awam, samada dari etnik Uighur mahupun Han, tidak boleh dimaafkan. Pihak berkuasa China sewajarnya mengambil langkah yang lebih cermat serta mengawal keadaan agar tiadanya provokasi dari mana-mana pihak.

Menghimbau kembali sejarah, kita pastinya menemui ketika mana umat Islam bersentuhan dengan peradaban lainnya. Umat Islam bersama-sama membangun dan memerintah Empayar China khususnya ketika pemerintahan Dinasti Tang, Yuan dan Ming. Suasana dan rasa saling hormat menghormati di antara Muslim dan Han sewaktu pemerintahan Kerajaan Ming, membolehkan penulis seperti Wang Tai Yu menghasilkan karya serta memberi komentar mengenai prinsip tauhid, kosmologi dan etika sehandal ulama muktabar dari Tanah Arab.

Sekitar awal abad ke 17, Wang Tai Yu yang digelar Pemuka Agama Islam(Zhenhui Laoren) menulis “Zhengjiao Zhenquan”(Anotasi Asli Ajaran Murni) hasil dari perbincangan dengan pemuka-pemuka ajaran Konfucius, Tao dan Buddhisme serta “Ch’ing-chen ta-hsueh” yang bermaksud Ajaran Murni Perihal Yang Hak. Penelitian sarjana seumpama Sachiko Murata dan William Chittick terhadap Wang Tai Yu serta karyanya, membuktikan  beliau terdedah dengan dua risalah yang ditulis oleh pengikut Ibnu Arabi; Abdul Rahman Jami dari Parsi. Dua risalah tersebut ialah Lawa’ih and Ashi’at al-lama’at. Wang Tai Yu adalah contoh seorang warga Peradaban China beragama Islam dan tetap berpegang kukuh kepada prinsip tauhid tanpa mengabaikan peran beliau terhadap budaya bangsa.

Sekian lama muslim tinggal bersama dengan ratusan etnik lainnya di China, mereka bukanlah orang asing ataupun “The Stranger(meminjam judul novel Albert Camus).” Usaha harus lebih giat dijalankan bagi membolehkan mereka dan etnik minoriti lainnya menyertai pertumbuhan ekonomi yang pesat di sana. Dasar yang dilaksanakan mestilah mengambil kira permasalahan serta keterbatasan minoriti lainnya. Peminggiran sesuatu kaum hanya merugikan sesebuah negara dari potensi yang ada pada etnik minoriti. Saya berdoa agar keamanan kembali pulih di Wilayah Xinjiang dan tiada lagi korban nyawa yang menyayat hati.

ANWAR IBRAHIM

07
Jul

DSAI Ke Mahkamah Tinggi Esok.By Anwar Ibrahim 14 Comments

Categories: Anwar

Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim akan akan hadir ke Mahkamah Tinggi Kuala Lumpur, Kompleks Mahkamah Jalan Duta. Beliau akan berdepan dengan tuduhan fitnah yang direka khusus demi merencatkan perjuangan rakyat dan agenda Perubahan. Berikut merupakan butiran program tersebut:

Tarikh: Hari Rabu 8hb Julai 2009

Tempat: Mahkamah Tinggi Kuala Lumpur, Kompleks Mahkamah Jalan Duta.

Masa: 8.00pagi

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PRK Manek Urai – Selepasn Pengisytiharan Calon – Doa

Iran president declares new era for country

Mousavi urges Iran vote re-run, backs rights group AFP – Iranian presidential election runner up Mir Hossein Mousavi has renewed a demand for a complete re-run …

By ALI AKBAR DAREINI, Associated Press Writer Ali Akbar Dareini, Associated Press Writer 45 mins ago

TEHRAN, Iran – Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Tuesday sought to put the turmoil over the disputed presidential elections behind him and declared on national television that the contests were clean, fair and were the start of a new era.

His speech came as the country’s top three reformist leaders sought to rekindle their opposition movement, demanding that ruling clerics end the heavy “security atmosphere” imposed after the elections and free those detained in the unrest, according to an opposition Web site.

It was Ahmadinejad’s first national speech since the supreme leader declared the election results valid despite outcry from the other candidates and weeks of street protests that the results were fraudulent.

“This is a new beginning for Iran … we have entered a new era,” the president said, explaining that the 85 percent turnout and overwhelming win had given his government a new legitimacy.

“The election … was completely clean and healthy. In the re-count, no fault was discovered. The whole nation understood this,” he said. “This election has doubled the dignity of the Iranian nation.”

During the half hour speech, Iranians in many parts of the city could be heard shouting from their rooftops, “death to the dictator” and “God is great” — actions that have become a symbol of defiance since the elections.

Meanwhile, opposition leader Mir Hossein Mousavi, who claims to have won the June 12 election, is struggling for a way to channel the widespread discontent which erupted into huge street protests over alleged fraud in the vote but which has since been shattered by the harsh crackdown by police, Revolutionary Guards and Basij militia.

Mousavi hinted on Monday that he may move away from the tactic of protests and create a political party to work in what he called “a legal framework.” Late Monday, he met with the top other top stars of the reform movementformer president Mohammad Khatami and Mahdi Karroubi, another election candidate — in a show of unity.

The three warned Iran’s clerical leadership that if the security crackdown continues, it “will only lead to radicalization of political activities,” Mousavi’s Web site reported on Tuesday.

But it is not clear how much margin the opposition will have for political action. Many of the top reform figures — including Khatami’s former vice president and one-time members of his Cabinet — are in detention and could face charges of fomenting riots. Earlier this week, the head of the Revolutionary Guards warned that the elite force would take a major role in defending the country’s system of clerical rule.

There was no sign of a let-up in the clampdown imposed since Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei declared the official election results valid and Ahmadinejad the victor.

Authorities this week closed universities and dormitories, apparently because of Web site calls for new protests on Thursday, the anniversary of a 1999 attack by Basij and police on protesting students. It is unclear if anyone will attempt a march — not only because of the security measures but also because of heavy dust clouds and pollution hanging over the capital and other parts of the country the past two days, forcing the closure of government offices.

French President Nicolas Sarkozy, meanwhile, demanded the release of a young French academic detained after taking photos of Iranian protests and accused of espionage.

Clotilde Reiss, 23, was arrested last week at Tehran’s airport as she was about to leave Iran after a five-month stay during which she taught French at Isfahan University.

“These accusations of espionage are high fantasy,” Sarkozy said at a news conference Tuesday.

Iran’s hard-line leaders have been trying to erase any lingering doubts about the legitimacy of Ahmadinejad’s government by portraying the unrest as sparked by foreign meddling.

Police say 20 people were killed in postelection violence and more than 1,000 arrested, though they say many have been released.

Despite the clampdown and Khamenei’s demand that Ahmadinejad’s victory be accepted, a number of top clerics have continued to question the election — a rare defiance of the supreme leader from the ranks of the religious establishment.

This week, a party close to one of the most politically powerful clerics — former president Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani — issued a statement rejecting Ahmadinejad’s victory. It was one of the strongest hints yet on Rafsanjani’s stance. He is the head of two major clerical ruling bodies and is a bitter enemy of Ahmadinejad, but has kept his distance from the postelection turmoil.

“Due to the unhealthy trend of the election, widespread irregularities and the support extended by a majority of Guardian Council members to a specific candidate, the result of this election is not acceptable,” the Kargozaran party said in its statement, published on Mousavi‘s Web site.

Mousavi had been laying low the past week, amid growing calls by hard-liners for his arrest. But on Monday, he emerged to greet well-wishers at his home in Tehran and met with Khatami and Karroubi, a pro-reform cleric who came in last place in the official election results.

In a joint statement, the three demanded an end to the “existing security atmosphere.”

“The useless wave of arrests must end immediately and all those detained without committing the least crimes must be released. Also, security and military forces must return to their bases,” the three said, denouncing “savage and shocking attacks” by pro-government Basij militia against protesters.

The three also denounced what they called “inhuman, illegal” confessions that state media have said some of the detainees have made. State media have reported that some detainees have confessed to what amounts to collaboration with foreign powers against the Iranian state. The opposition has said the confessions were obtained under duress.

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AP correspondents Constant Brand in Brussels and Elaine Ganley in Paris contributed to this report.

Han Chinese protesters seek Muslim Uighur targets

A woman lies on the ground as people try to revive her in front of Chinese soldiers in the city of Urumqi in China's Xinjiang Autonomous Region Reuters – A woman lies on the ground as people try to revive her in front of Chinese soldiers in riot gear as a …

By Chris Buckley Chris Buckley 13 mins ago

URUMQI, China (Reuters) – Han Chinese armed with iron bars and machetes roamed Urumqi city on Tuesday looking to wreak revenge on Uighurs for bloody ethnic clashes two days earlier which killed 156 and wounded more than 1,000.

Outnumbered riot police used tear gas to try to disperse the thousands of angry protesters who flooded the capital of the northwestern region of Xinjiang.

In a sign of government anxiety about the unrest, the city’s Communist Party boss Li Zhi took to the streets to plead with protesters to return home, and overnight “traffic restrictions” — originally announced as a curfew — came into effect to halt the violence, in which many people were injured.

Security forces intervened to stop fighting, breaking up a battle between hundreds of rock-throwing Han and Uighurs and forcing a Han mob to leave a building they stormed in a Uighur area, a Reuters reporter said. There were no reports of deaths.

But riot police stood warily by as crowds vented their anger by throwing rocks at a mosque and smashing restaurants and shops owned by Uighurs, a Turkic people who are largely Muslim and share linguistic and cultural bonds with Central Asia.

“They attacked us. Now it’s our turn to attack them,” a Han man in the crowd told Reuters. He refused to give his name.

The crowd were carrying an improvised arsenal of meat cleavers, metal rods and spades seized from building sites, rocks and wooden clubs, and the most extreme shouted “kill them” and “exterminate the Uighurs.”

Rioters said they wanted revenge for violence on Sunday. Beijing has not given a breakdown of the ethnicity of the dead, but official media reports initially focused on Han victims and Urumqi‘s Han community seem sure they were the main targets in the country’s worst unrest for years.

“We’re here to demand security for ourselves,” said another protester who would not give his name.

By evening the club-wielding mobs had melted away. As curfew came down police moved through emptying streets telling people to go home and handing out leaflets with a speech by a top regional official, Wang Lequan, calling for peace.

Xinjiang has long been a hotbed of ethnic tensions, fostered by a yawning economic gap between Uighurs and Han Chinese, government controls on religion and culture and an influx of Han Chinese migrants who are now in the majority in most key cities.

Beijing has poured cash into exploiting Xinjiang’s energy deposits and consolidating its hold on a strategically vital frontierland bordering Pakistan, Afghanistan and Central Asia.

But Uighurs, who launched a series of attacks to coincide with the build-up to last year’s Beijing Olympics, say migrant Han are the main beneficiaries.

There are signs that unrest has spread in the volatile region, but its remoteness and poverty meant the trouble had little impact on China‘s financial markets. Stocks slipped on technical factors while the yuan rose against the dollar.

“TIME TO FIGHT BACK”

Uighurs had emptied out of the streets of Urumqi late on Tuesday, as the number and violence of Han protesters grew.

But earlier in the day hundreds came out to demonstrate against the government crackdown in the wake of Sunday’s riots, which they say involved an indiscriminate sweep of Uighur areas.

Many were women, wailing and waving the identity cards of husbands, brothers or sons they say were arbitrarily seized.

“My husband was taken away yesterday by police. They didn’t say why. They just took him away,” a woman who identified herself as Maliya told Reuters. They vowed continued defiance.

Abdul Ali, a Uighur man in his 20s who had taken off his shirt, held up his clenched fist. “They’ve been arresting us for no reason, and it’s time for us to fight back,” he said.

Ali said three of his brothers and a sister were among 1,434 suspects taken into custody. Of the 156 killed, 27 were women.

Human rights groups have warned that a harsh crackdown on Uighurs in the wake of Sunday’s violence could exacerbate the grievances that fueled the bloodshed.

Almost half of Xinjiang’s 20 million people are Uighurs, while the population of Urumqi, which lies around 3,300 km (2,000 miles) west of Beijing, is mostly Han.

Navi Pillay, U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights, said demonstrators had the right to protest peacefully and that those arrested should be treated in line with international law.

“I urge Uighur and Han civic leaders, and the Chinese authorities at all levels, to exercise great restraint so as not to spark further violence and loss of life,” Pillay said in a statement. “This is a major tragedy.”

The European Union also said in a statement it was concerned about the unrest and offered sympathy to families of victims.

“The European Union calls for restraint on all sides and for the situation to be resolved peacefully … the rights of all those in detention should be fully respected,” it said.

Urumqi Communist Party boss Li Zhi defended the crackdown.

“It should be said that they were all violent elements who wielded clubs and smashed, looted, burned and even murdered at the scene,” he told a news conference.

UNREST SPREADING?

Despite heightened security, and a cut to internet services in Urumqi which was confirmed on Tuesday by Communist party boss Li, some unrest appeared to be spreading in the volatile region.

Police dispersed around 200 people at the Id Kah mosque in Kashgar in southern Xinjiang on Monday evening, Xinhua said. The report did not say if police used force but said checkpoints had been set up at crossroads between Kashgar airport and downtown.

Chinese officials have blamed the unrest on separatist groups abroad it says are seeking an independent homeland, led by U.S.-based exiled businesswoman Rebiya Kadeer.

China’s embassy in the Netherlands was attacked by exiled pro-Uighur activists who threw rocks that smashed windows, and two unidentified men threw Molotov cocktails at a Munich consulate, a Foreign Ministry spokesman said on Tuesday.

Li Wei, director of the Center for Counter-Terrorism Studies, said Kadeer had been in touch with Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama and wanted to imitate rioting that broke out in his homeland in early 2008.

“After the March 14 unrest in Tibet last year, Kadeer said in public that something similar should happen in Xinjiang,” Li Wei was quoted as saying by Xinhua.

Exile groups reject the charge the violence was planned and say it was a spontaneous explosion of pent-up frustration.

Wu’er Kaixi, a Uighur and one of the best known dissidents from the Tiananmen Square crackdown in Beijing 20 years ago, said there had been no improvement in China‘s human rights.

“For a long time, Uighurs have been discriminated against and suppressed in China,” he told a news conference in Taiwan. “So much so that we’re almost colonized by China.”

(Additional reporting by Emma Graham-Harrison, Yu Le and Benjamin Kang Lim in Beijing; Paul Eckert in Washington; Ben Blanchard in Shanghai; and Christine Lu and Ben Tai in Taipei; Writing by Nick Macfie; editing by Tim Pearce)

Pelajar ketagih seks di kandang kambing

Oleh MOHD. TURMADZI MADUN
turmadzi.madun@kosmo.com.my

 

SEPANG – Seorang pelajar wanita tingkatan tiga yang ketagih seks sanggup membuang lebih 10 pucuk surat amaran yang dihantar pihak sekolah semata-mata mahu terus bermadu kasih dengan teman lelakinya di dalam kandang kambing di Jenderam Hulu di sini sejak tiga bulan lalu.

Pihak sekolah terpaksa menghantar surat amaran berulang kali ke rumah pelajar itu kerana gadis terbabit kerap ponteng sekolah dalam tempoh itu.

Pelajar berusia 15 tahun itu pula akan membuang surat-surat dari pihak sekolah yang sampai ke rumah bagi mengelak tembelangnya diketahui ibu bapanya.

Sepanjang memadu kasih dengan pemuda berusia 19 tahun itu, mangsa dikatakan mengambil pil pencegah kehamilan yang dibeli kekasihnya setiap kali sebelum mereka melakukan hubungan seks.

Dadah ‘pisahkan’ cinta Wook dan suami

Oleh HARADIAN SHAH HAMDAN
haradianshah.hamdan@kosmo.com.my

 


MAJLIS persandingan Mohd. Nor dan Wook pada tahun 2005 di Dungun.


 

KERATAN Kosmo! 26 November 2008.


 

HULU TERENGGANU – Cinta Wook Kundur, 107, terhadap Mohd. Nor Musa, 38, mungkin benar-benar buta kerana dia bukan sahaja sanggup mengambil lelaki itu sebagai suaminya walaupun perbezaan umur mereka hampir 69 tahun.

Wook juga tetap mempersuamikan Mohd. Nor walaupun dia mengetahui lelaki itu adalah seorang penagih dadah.

Bagaimanapun, pergorbanan cinta Wook itu akhirnya menjerat diri sendiri apabila bukan sahaja hartanya dijual oleh lelaki itu, malah dia bakal ‘kesepian’ apabila suaminya ditahan pihak berkuasa kerana mengambil dadah semalam.

Sambil mengakui dia sebelum ini sudah mengetahui bahawa suaminya pernah ditahan di Pusat Serenti Tampin kerana menagih dadah, Wook masih menaruh harapan Mohd. Nor dapat memulihkan diri sepenuhnya dan sentiasa mengingati Tuhan.

Bagaimanapun, menurut warga emas itu, dia tidak sedar bila suami melakukan perbuatan tersebut kerana dia tidak tahu mengesan gerak-geri orang yang mengambil dadah.

“Saya harap dia berubah dan bertaubat. Dulu memang dia (suami) kerap keluar malam jumpa kawan-kawan. Dia juga jual kereta dan cincin saya, tapi saya tak syak apa-apa. Tapi hari ini (semalam) ada orang datang beritahu dia kena tangkap, kena gari.

“Saya memang sedih tapi nak buat macam mana, eloklah dia berubat dulu,” katanya ketika ditemui di pejabat Agensi Anti Dadah Kebangsaan (AADK) di Ajil di sini semalam.

Michael Jackson selamat dikebumikan


Kawasan tanah perkuburan Forest Lawn Memorial Park di Hollywood Hills, California yang menjadi tempat Jacko disemadikan. Gambar kecil menunjukkan keranda Jackson diusung ke pusara.


 


 

LOS ANGELES – Keluarga Raja Pop, Michael Jackson memberikan penghormatan terakhir kepada jenazah penyanyi itu di tanah perkuburan Forest Lawn, Hollywood Hills semalam.

Satu rombongan keluarga Michael yang menaiki kereta dengan diiringi polis tiba di tanah perkuburan itu pada pukul 8.15 pagi waktu tempatan (11.15 malam waktu Malaysia).

Tiga anak Michael merupakan antara tetamu yang awal keluar dari kereta dan memasuki bangunan di tanah perkuburan itu. Jacko meninggal dunia pada 25 Jun lalu kerana degupan jantungnya terhenti.


BEBERAPA buah kenderaan tetamu berhimpun di pintu masuk tanah perkuburan Forest Lawn Memorial Park di Hollywood Hills, California semalam.


 

Kebanyakan tetamu memakai pakaian berwarna hitam dan memeluk abang Michael, Jermaine yang beragama Islam ketika mereka memasuki bangunan di tanah perkuburan tersebut.

Jenazah Michael yang ketika hidupnya mesra dengan panggilan Jacko kemudian dipindahkan ke Pusat Staples di sini untuk disaksikan oleh peminat-peminatnya.


BAPA Jacko, Joe tiba di rumah keluarga penyanyi itu di Encino, Los Angeles semalam.


 

Pusat tersebut mampu memuatkan 20,000 orang tetapi ramai lagi peminatnya berada di luar bangunan tersebut untuk menghadiri majlis yang penuh bersejarah itu. – Agensi

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