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A couple of years ago I had set up a wifi system around my house but it was down, I am thinking of making another one and I am going to name it "wifi republic".

I am going to re-organize my blogs too, now I am testing some templates, trying and testing them at this stage. I am trying to fully utilized the latest blogspot editor. Not doubt that they are better with many needs that are taken care of. However the new blogspot editor lack fluidity where we can used different blog templates for different categories of posts or entries.

However I had thought of this new format. Try
anak matlesen to see the new format. The present PERWI is slightly messy as I had attempted to master the new blogspot editor. I think by doing that I had taken extra "memories".

I am still in the learning curve and I may not proceed with the present idea for I have to evaluate either to follow the existing system that blogspot new editor provide or do the necessary such as amending the html on the free template that I had obtained satisfactorily to get a system that I want.

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Egypt Too Powerless and Corrupt to Act

Egyptians demand that Mubarak open the Rafah crossing-point into Gaza, break off diplomatic relations with Israel, even send weapons to Hamas. And there is a kind of perverse beauty in listening to the response of the Egyptian government: why not complain about the three gates which the Israelis refuse to open? And anyway, the Rafah crossing-point is politically controlled by the four powers that produced the "road map" for peace, including Britain and the US.

Why blame Mubarak?

The true disgrace of Egypt, however, is not in its response to the slaughter in Gaza. It is the corruption that has become embedded in an Egyptian society where the idea of service – health, education, genuine security for ordinary people – has simply ceased to exist.

It's a land where the first duty of the police is to protect the regime, where protesters are beaten up by the security police, where young women objecting to Mubarak's endless regime – likely to be passed on caliph-like to his son Gamal, whatever we may be told – are molested by agents.

There has developed in Egypt a kind of religious facade in which the meaning of Islam has become effaced by its physical representation. Egyptian civil "servants" and government officials are often scrupulous in their religious observances – yet they tolerate and connive in rigged elections, violations of the law and prison torture.

A young American doctor described to me recently how in a Cairo hospital busy doctors merely blocked doors with plastic chairs to prevent access to patients.
In November, the Egyptian newspaper Al-Masry al-Youm reported how doctors abandoned their patients to attend prayers during Ramadan.

And amid all this, Egyptians have to live amid daily slaughter by their own shabby infrastructure.

Alaa al-Aswani wrote eloquently in the Cairo paper Al-Dastour that the regime's "martyrs" outnumber all the dead of Egypt's wars against Israel – victims of railway accidents, ferry sinkings, the collapse of city buildings, sickness, cancers and pesticide poisonings – all victims, as Aswani says, "of the corruption and abuse of power". [ read more]

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Biodata Abdul Wahid Endut calon PAS Kuala Terengganu

"Usah sekali-kali mencari musuh, tetapi jika musuh datang kita akan menghadapinya."

Begitulah prinsip calon PAS, Mohd Abdul Wahid Endut, 52 yang diumumkan oleh Presiden PAS Dato Seri Tuan Guru Abdul Hadi Awang pada satu Majlis Perisytiharan Calon yang diadakan di Stadium Negeri Kuala Terengganu, malam semalam

Beliau merupakan Adun Wakaf Mempelam, iaitu salah satu Adun dalam Parlimen Kuala Terengganu. Wahid juga adalah Adun sejak lima penggal dari tahun 1990 lagi memiliki rekod yang cemerlang sebagai Adun atau Exco selama sepenggal dan sebagai Adun pembangkang.

Mempunyai seorang isteri bernama Wan Fatimah Wan Abdullah bersama 9 orang anak yang terdiri dari dua lelaki dan tujuh orang perempuan. Isterinya, merupakan seorang warga pendidik yang gigih di sebuah sekolah kerajaan di negeri ini.

Wahid mula mendapat pendidikan awal di Sekolah Rendah Sultan Sulaiman, Kuala Terengganu. Sekolah Menengah Sultan Sulaiman, Kuala Terengganu dan menyambung pengajian ke peringkat lebih tinggi di Universiti Pertanian Malaysia (UPM). [ read more ]

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PAS names Wakaf Mempelam rep for KT by-election.

KUALA TERENGGANU (Jan 1, 2009): PAS has picked party state treasurer and five-term Wakaf Mempelam assemblyman Mohd Abdul Wahid Endot for the Kuala Terengganu by-election on Jan 17, a decision that put paid to earlier speculation.

Wahid, 52, will take on Barisan Nasional (BN) heavyweight Datuk Wan Ahmad Farid Wan Salleh in the by-election called following the death of incumbent Datuk Razali Ismail of BN.

PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang, who made the announcement at the Stadium Negri in Batu Burok here this evening, said it had been difficult to choose the PAS candidate, as “all of those we had in mind were highly capable people". [read more]

[watch video - ucapan YB Wahid Endot selepas penamaan calun]

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War on Gaza - Timeline

Tue, 30 Dec 2008 | presstv

The following is a timeline of events leading to the ongoing violence in the Gaza Strip that began on December 27 with Israel's aerial bombardment of Hamas-linked compounds in the coastal sliver: [read more]

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Somali pirates to release Saudi supertanker.

"We decided to respect the request of Saudi Foreign Affairs Minister Saud Al-Faysal who asked us to release the ship..." Press TV correspondent quoted pirate's spokesman Mohammed Said as saying.

The news comes amid other reports suggesting the possible release of the 'arm-laden' Ukrainian vessel, MV Faina, which was captured by Somali pirates off the Horn of Africa in September.

The latest positive development in pirate-infested waters of Somalia comes a few weeks after Al-Shabaab forces took over the port town of Hobyo where many hijacked ships, including Sirius Star have been docked.

The capture of the 330-metre long Sirius Star, carrying two million barrels of oil on November 15, sent shockwaves through the shipping world prompting many shipping firms to consider a detour round South Africa.

The pirates demanded a $25 million ransom, but the Saudi authorities strongly opposed the idea of negotiating with hijackers and Prince Saud al-Faysal said it would be up to the owners of the vessel to decide how to deal with piracy. [read more]

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Mike’s distorted rationale

He is vocal, against a post of Penghulu given to a Malaysian not of Indian origin, a kampong where the Malaysians of Indian origin form a great majority, according to Mike. According to Mike the post of Penghulu, should be given to a Malaysian of Indian origin and it is a serious enough reason, worthy for him to resign from his post in PKR but not a member of PKR.

I have to check the racial composition of the constituency where Mike was voted to be their representative in the Malaysian Parliament. If what Mike claims above is his principle. If Malaysians of Indians origin do not form the majority in Mike’s Kapar Parliamentary seat, Mike should have not accepted his nomination to represent the constituency concerned. In a highly charged racial sentiments and divide in Malaysia, Mike should not have make race a major public issue. [read more]

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Plight of Uighurs, China's muslims.

However, twelve years later, in 1876, a large Manchu force, with the aid of the British, once again attacked and conquered East Turkestan. After this invasion, East Turkestan was renamed “Xinjiang”, which means “New Territory”, and it was annexed by the Manchu Empire on November 18, 1884. What followed were several rebellions by various Uighur movements which succeeded in setting up an independent Islamic Eastern Turkestan Republic in both 1933 and 1944. With the rise of the Communist Party in China in 1949, however, the most brutal chapter in the history of the Muslims of Xinjiang commenced.

Amnesty International has documented that, since 2001, “tens of thousands of people are reported to have been detained for investigation in the region, and hundreds, possibly thousands, have been charged or sentenced under the Criminal Law; many Uighurs are believed to have been sentenced to death and executed for alleged “separatist” or “terrorist” offences.” AI has further reported that once imprisoned, detainees are subjected to types of torture from cigarette-burns on the skin to submersion in water or raw sewage. Prisoners have had toenails extracted by pliers, been attacked by dogs and burned with electric batons, even cattle prods. One terrifying account is the story of a prisoner who had horse hair inserted into the tip of his penis. Throughout this brutality, the victim was forced to wear a metal helmet on his head because a previous inmate had been so traumatised by his treatment in the prison that he had beaten his own head against a radiator in an attempt to take his life.  [read more]

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Israeli Attacks Kill Over 310 in Gaza in One of Israel’s Bloodiest Attacks on Palestinians Since 1948

Amidst worldwide protests, Israel is continuing its bombing campaign against Gaza for the fourth consecutive day and preparing to launch a possible ground invasion. Following months of a crippling blockade, this has been described as one of Israel’s bloodiest attacks on Palestinians since 1948. Yesterday reports indicate that 310 people have been killed and 1,400 injured in the aerial strikes across the Gaza Strip since Saturday morning. Yesterday targeted by the Israeli air strikes include the Hamas Interior Ministry building and the Islamic University. Israel’s Defense Minister Ehud Barak announced today that Israel is in an “all-out war with Hamas and its proxies” in Gaza. Fears of a ground invasion are growing after Israel declared a military buffer zone around Gaza, closing off the strip and its 1.5 million residents to journalists and civilians.

We speak to Dr. Moussa El-Haddad and Fida Qishta in Gaza, Dr. Mustafa Barghouti in Ramallah, Gideon Levy in Tel Aviv and Ali Abunimah in the US. [watch video]

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Washington - Addis Ababa, what's the Agenda for Somalia?

The US Federal Bureau of Investigation is expanding contacts with Somali immigrant communities in the United States, especially in Minnesota, out of concern that terrorists may be recruiting young men there, The Washington Times reported Monday. [ read more ]

Thirty Somali lawmakers have fled Baidoa, the seat of the country's Parliament, after a legislator was killed in the southern town. [ read more ]

NAIROBI, Dec 29 (Reuters) - Somalia's President Abdullahi Yusuf resigned on Monday after four years in power and returned to his homeland in the semi-autonomous Puntland region. Here are some questions and answers as to what happens next: [ read more ]

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Day four of Gaza raids

[In pictures: Day four of Gaza raids]

Israeli tanks & APCs have massed along the Gaza border as officials in
Tel Aviv
suggest there will be a ground operation into the
strip. Thousands of Reservist were called up too.

Ahmadinejad: Israeli raids change everything

Tue, 30 Dec 2008 | Presstv

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says the Israeli offensive on the Gaza Strip is the harbinger of major developments in the region.

As the Israeli army continues to pound the beleaguered strip for a fourth day on Tuesday, there appears to be no active diplomacy on the issue and no halt to the military campaign -- the largest assault on Gaza in decades. [read more]

A senior Iranian commander floated the idea on Monday that the time has come for Muslims to militarily stop Israeli crimes in Gaza.

[ telecast]

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Revamp of laws necessary

Outgoing Election Commission chairman Tan Sri Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman wants new comprehensive laws to govern the electoral process, which, among others, will empower the commission to act against money politics and produce a fresh electoral roll.

OUTGOING Election Commission (EC) Chairman, Tan Sri Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman, 66, has been through thick and thin. Besides having voted in every general election since 1964, he has served the EC for almost 25 years, starting as Secretary (1979-1995) and as later as Chairman (2000-2008).

Abdul Rashid, who will relinquish his post on Dec 30, highlighted the urgent need to revamp existing electoral laws in an interview with Sunday Star. - [read more]

Out of his hands: Abdul Rashid feels that people want more than what the Election Commission can deliver and want a more level playing field.
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Western Governments - False Flag Operations.

TerrorStorm (part of Alex Jones'film) goes into documented cases of Western governments sponsored terror around the world.
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Gaza a week before the Israeli strike

Gaza: Israeli Terror Kills 180, Injures 800
Before Israeli warplanes carried out a massive air-strike inside the Gaza Strip, killing at least 200 and wounding 800 others.

Gaza a week before the Israeli strike.

Gaza's 1.5 million citizens have been cut off from the rest of the world since June 2007. Since then, the Israelis have imposed ever more severe restrictions on what may enter the territory, now significantly limiting even the most basic of humanitarian supplies including food, fuel, clothing, cooking oil and medicine. As a result, according to Press TV, hundreds of patients have died, 40 percent of ambulances have stopped running due to lack of fuel, and 75 percent of Gaza’s children suffer from malnutrition. As reported in the Dec. 14 Sunday Times, some families have now resorted to eating grass. The United Nations Relief and Works Agency just announced it has been forced to suspend food distribution to the 750,000 Gazans who depend on them for assistance. It has run out of flour because all border crossings closed by Israel. [In Pictures ]

[ This video ] describes in pictures and words the shocking details of Israels deliberate ravaging of Palestinian life and society in Gaza. Its purpose is to call attention to the plight of a people under siege, which so far has been chillingly ignored by governments and the world media unwilling to call Israel to account for its criminal execution of the ethnic cleansing of the Palestinians from their own land. The video was created by Sonja Karkar for Australians for Palestine on 9 December 2008 using images captured by various courageous photographers on the ground in Gaza, and the haunting sounds of Sada (Echo), composed and played on the oud by Ahmad Al-Khatib.

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US veto blocks UN anti-Israel resolution

Sun, 28 Dec 2008 08:17:23 GMT

The UN Security Council has been unable to force an end to Israeli attacks against Gaza due to the intervention of the United States.

Washington once again used its veto powers on Sunday to block a resolution calling for an end to the massive ongoing Israeli attacks against the Gaza Strip.

The council has only been able to issue a 'non-binding' statement that calls on Israel to voluntarily bring all its military activities in the besieged region to an immediate end.[read more]

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Israel pounds Gaza for second day

By Nidal al-Mughrabi | Reuters | Sunday, December 28, 2008

GAZA (Reuters) - Israel launched air strikes on Gaza for a second day on Sunday, piling pressure on Hamas after killing more than 270 people in one of the bloodiest days in 60 years of conflict between the Palestinians and the Jewish state.

Dozens of Israeli armored vehicles massed along the Gaza border for a possible ground invasion and the U.N. Security Council called early on Sunday for a halt to the violence.

Israeli military affairs commentators said the Israeli offensive did not appear to be aimed at retaking the Gaza Strip or destroying the territory's Hamas government -- ambitious goals that could prove difficult and politically risky to achieve ahead of Israel's February 10 parliamentary election.

Instead, they said, Israel -- after an air bombardment on Saturday -- wanted to strengthen its deterrence power and force Hamas into a new truce that would lead to a long-term halt to cross-border rocket salvoes.

Israel said its warplanes carried out about 100 strikes on Saturday and that Palestinian militants had fired some 70 rockets at the Jewish state, killing one Israeli man.[read more]

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Iran critical of US imposing UN Chapter VII on Iraq.

IRNA | Dec 27,2008
Iran is critical of the United States for its attempt to impose UN Chapter VII on Iraq.

Chairman of Iran-Iraq parliamentary friendship group, Heshmatollah Falahatpisheh, on Saturday condemned the US for imposing the United Nations Chapter VII on Iraq prior to its security agreement.
Chapter VII deems Iraq as an outlawed country and constrains its political, military and economic activities because of Iraqi invasion of Kuwait under former dictator Saddam Hussein in 1990.

More than five years after the fall of the former dictator and the establishment of a democratically-elected government in that country, the UN has yet to remove Iraq from Chapter VII, he told IRNA.

Iran believes that Chapter VII is the main weak point of US-Iraq security pact as it can damage the country's sovereignty. [ read more ]

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Sembah Takziah Atas Kemangkatan DYMM Almarhum Tuanku Ja’afar drp. Ketua Pembangkang Dewan Rakyat.

Saya, Azizah serta seluruh barisan kepimpinan Parti Keadilan Rakyat menyembahkan ucapan takziah dan rasa dukacita yang teramat sangat kepada Ke Bawah Duli Yang Maha Mulia Tunku Ampuan Negeri Sembilan, Tuanku Najihah Binti Tuanku Burhanuddin dan semua kerabat Di Raja Negeri Sembilan di atas kemangkatan Duli Yang Maha Mulia, Yang Di-Pertuan Besar Negeri Sembilan, Tuanku Ja’afar Ibni Almarhum Tuanku Abdul Rahman.

Keprihatinan Almarhum dan Tuanku Najihah terhadap permasalahan rakyat memberi ruang secukupnya mendengar sambil bergaul selesa dengan rakyat biasa. Baginda memperlihatkan kecemerlangan di pelbagai bidang dan sewajarnya menjadi contoh buat semua rakyat Malaysia. Memulakan khidmat di sektor awam sebagai Pegawai Daerah Rembau, kemudiannya sebagai diplomat, sebelum ditabalkan sebagai Yang Di-Pertuan Besar Negeri Sembilan pada tahun 1968, Almarhum Tuanku Ja’afar sememangnya tidak dapat berpisah dengan kehidupan berbakti kepada nusa dan bangsa.

Secara peribadi kami amat sedih dan terkesan dengan kemangkatan Almarhum. Hubungan kami lebih akrab tatkala Baginda menjadi Yang Di-pertuan Agong. Malah Almarhum Tuanku tidak memperkenan pemecatan saya pada 2 September 1998, dan sehingga kini kes tersebut masih belum diputuskan secara muktamad olih mahkamah.

Kami tambah terharu manakala baginda berdua berangkat menziarah saya di Klinik Alpha, Munich sejurus satelah saya dibebaskan pada tahun 2004. Kali terakhir saya dan Azizah mengadap kebawah duli Tuanku berdua ialah beberapa bulan dahulu di Seremban.

Semuga Allah mencucuri rahmat ke atas roh Almarhum dan dihimpunkan bersama orang-orang yang soleh.


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UMNO Makes Plans For 2009

This year has placed a very heavy burden on the shoulders of UMNO in getting back the trust of the people, as the pillar of the Barisan Nasional, which is capable of being fair and looking after the welfare of the people in line with its slogan of Dulu, Kini dan Selamanya (Then, Now and Forever).

Having been humbled to become the opposition in Kedah, Penang, Perak, Selangor, Kelantan and getting routed in the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, has served as a useful experience for the largest Malay party, with three million members, to continue to be at the forefront as the leader in the national political arena.

The politics of money that has snaked its way in the party for so long has to be eradicated with full commitment and sacrifice even though the result may be unsavory.

These actions of money politics are worrisome in that they will cause UMNO to be sidelined, giving rise to the suggestion that candidates for the party's highest posts be picked by all UMNO members just like in a general election.

At the same time, various calls were made for the quota system to contest party positions to be abolished on grounds that it restricted contests.

Among those who made the call was Dr Mahathir himself. It was he who introduced the quota system after he was challenged by Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah and almost lost in the 1987 party election.

In July, Abdullah announced a power transition plan to hand over the reins as party president and BN chairman to Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak in the middle of next year.

Two months later, the UMNO supreme council made a decision to have the party general assembly in March next year to smoothen an earlier transition of power.

Going into 2009, while waiting for the March party elections, UMNO needs to take organised steps as the bigger challenge is to fulfill the people's aspirations.[read more]

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2008: A Year Full Of Political Dramas

Dubbed by political observers as a `political tsunami', the March 8 general election triggered a chain of reactions throughout the year, and placed Malaysia in the "politically unstable" group of countries at one point.

Despite given the mandate to rule the nation for the next five years, it was the BN's worst defeat while the Opposition basked in their winning glories.

BN's failure to retain the usual two-thirds majority was its first since the country's independence 51 years ago.

The 12th general election also saw several BN top leaders being "gunned down" by young and fresh faces fielded by the Opposition including PKR de-facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim's daughter Nurul Izzah.

Wearing dazed expressions that lasted for weeks, leaders from both BN and Opposition contemplated their change of fortunes while former premier Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad called for the immediate resignation of his successor Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

In July, Dr Wan Azizah opted to vacate her Permatang Pauh seat to give way for her husband to contest, lending more weight to the political talks that Anwar would indeed become Malaysia's sixth premier come Sept 16.

On Aug 26, Anwar triumphed in the Permatang Pauh by-election. Subsequently, he was appointed as the new Opposition Leader in Dewan Rakyat, while the countdown for Sept 16 echoed strongly throughout the nation bringing about uncertainty among the people.

However, that was three months ago, and today Malaysia is still under Abdullah's leadership while Anwar lingers in the background along with his dream to topple BN government through the backdoor. [read more]

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Obama on Gaza: ‘No Comment’

With his silence – or, at least, his very delayed reaction – it seems clear that Obama is taking his own advice. Even as Israel takes the possibility of a new page in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict off the agenda, and sabotages all his brave talk about a renewed US diplomatic effort, the great “liberal” hope is apparently tongue-tied.

And when he finally speaks, “progressives” should prepare for the worst: after all, this is someone who
endorsed the Israeli re-invasion of Lebanon.

The Israeli-Palestinian “peace process”? The Israelis, for their part, are having none of it – and neither is our future President. [read more]

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Israel launched air strikes on Gaza city

GAZA, -- Dec 27, 2008

The Israeli occupation forces' raids on the Gaza Strip on Saturday claimed the lives of 155 Palestinians and wounded 800 others, tens of them in serious conditions, medical sources reported.

Muawiya Hasanien, the director of ambulance and emergency in the health ministry, said that the number could rise as the Israeli intensified raids did not cease and there could be many other victims still under the rubble.

Reports said that Tawfik Jabr, the commander of the Palestinian police, and Abu Ahmed Ashur, the governor of the central district, in the Gaza Strip were among the dead.

Angry demonstrations were seen in various West Bank cities immediately after news of the bloody raids were broadcast along with the horrifying images of the bloodbath.

However, the Israeli premier's office said that the air strikes were just the beginning and that other strikes would follow, the quality of which is left to Israeli chief of staff Gabi Ashkenazi to decide.

Ashkenazi was quoted by the Hebrew press as saying, "The military has to study the strike's results before deciding on the next stage of the assault". [watch video]

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