MUHYIDDIN YASSIN SAYS NAJIB HAS HIRED NIAT CHAIRMAN THASLEEM MOHAMED IBRAHIM AL-HA TO DISCREDIT HIM AND FORCE HIM TO RESIGN AS THE EDUCATION MINISTER
MIC today accused Perkasa of “doing its worst” to suppress ethnic minorities in response to Perkasa’s accusations that the Barisan Nasional (BN) party was responsible for scrapping the controversial novel Interlok from the school syllabus.
The Malay rights group had yesterday predicted that Malay voters would reject MIC’s candidates in the coming polls, with secretary-general Syed Hassan Syed Ali saying the decision showed Putrajaya’s “weakness and failure to not succumb to pressure by minorities.”
He also claimed this was a part of MIC’s elaborate plan to woo Indian voters.
“In Malaysia, the BN government is doing its best to take care of the minorities but Perkasa is doing its worst to suppress the minorities like Indians, Eurasians, Kadazans, Dayaks, Orang Aslis and all the other mini-minorities.
“Perkasa is obviously living in the dinosaur age… they should send their office bearers overseas to see how even the once backward politicians have now recognised the need to protect the minorities so that they are not bullied by senseless politicians from amongst the majority,” MIC leader Datuk R Ramanan said in a statement today.
Ramanan, who is MIC deputy social and welfare bureau chairman charged that Perkasa’s viewpoint on the matter was illogical, saying that in a democractic system, the majority race is always protected.
“It is the minorities who need protection.
“Thank God in this country we have Leaders like (Datuk Seri) Najib (Razak) who cares for the rakyat.”
The government has decided to withdraw Interlok from the Form Five syllabus when the new school year starts, with MIC president Datuk G. Palanivel saying yesterday that the Cabinet had reached the decision last week.
The novel by national laureate Datuk Abdullah Hussain is part of the literature requirement in the Bahasa Malaysia syllabus for Form Five students. It was published in 1971 and is set in Penang at the turn of the 20th century during the colonisation of Malaya by the British.
Recent controversy over the novel’s use of words deemed racially sensitive and derogatory had led to the Education Ministry sanctioning amendments to its content for the current school year while it awaited a formal decision by the Cabinet.
Human Resource Minister Datuk Seri Dr. S. Subramaniam, meanwhile, told Bernama Online that Deputy Prime Minister, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, who is also education minister, is expected to make a formal announcement in the next few days.
A PAS-linked blogger did not mince his words when he labelled a veteran party leader as an Umno agent within Pakatan Rakyat. According to the blogger, who uses the monicker Tulang Besi, it is an open secret that Selangor exco for religious affairs Hasan Ali works for the other side. In a posting on his … Read more JAKIM WARNS MUSLIMS AGAINST VOTING FOR ANTI ISLAMIST MCA AND MIC SELLING OUT TO ‘OTHERS’
It is time that MCA learned you can’t play the race and religion card without something happening. Then, when the MCA headquarters building in Jalan Ampang is burned to the ground and the MCA leaders are killed in their homes, just like what happened in Indonesia, maybe the MCA people will shut the fuck … Read more MCA LEADERS DON’T PLAY THE RACE AND RELIGION CARD LIKE R.S.S & COMPANY MCA HEADQUARTERS BURNED TO THE GROUND AND THE MCA LEADERS WILL KILLED IN THEIR HOMES,
WHY DID RTM MINNAL STOP THE RECITING OF SUNAH AL QURAN PLAYING MORE HINDU SONGS THE RSS HAS INFILTRATED RTM THE PERMIM PRETEND NOT TO KNOW ABOUT IT, SAMY HAS WARNED NOT TO MESS WITH THE HINDUS
Posted by muslimmalaysia786 on December 2, 2011 · Leave a Comment (Edit) Demands for seats belonging to Umno’s allies in Barisan Nasional again became a topic of a heated debate among delegates attending the party’s AGM today. A delegate from Penang, Musa Sheikh Fadzir, echoed the undercurrent among party hawks that non Umno candidates who lost in the 2008 … Read more N. GANESAN, NATIONAL ADVISOR TO HINDRAF GIVE MALAY MAJORITY SEATS ‘BACK’ TO UMNO
Maybe the following report by PERMIM itself can explain what happened to all that wealth that passed through the hands of the PERMIN
When I interviewedTuan Hj Dr. Syed Ebrahim Mohd Esmail
Today we all are aware of the ungrateful MIC LEADERS, How they prevented KIMMA from from joining B.N, OUR BROTHERS IN UMNO FORGET.THE HISTORY. THEN,BUT NOW THEY ARE HISTORICALLY SPEAKING,,,,WE ARE NOT ASKING SEDEKAH WE ARE ASKING OUR BIRTH RIGHT AS THEIRS, WHAT IS DIFFICULT ABOUT THAT.WHEN THEY WANT TO INCREASE THEIR NUMBERS, THEY WELLCOME US INTO UMNO, BUT WHEN OUR CHILDREN APPLY FOR METICUKLATION FOR UNIVERSITY ,THEY SAY OUR CHILDREN ANAK KELLING , YET THEY DON’T FEEL REMORSE BECAUSE THEY SAY IT IS DEWAN BAHASA LANGUAGE.,THEY FORGET THAT EVERY MELAYU JATI WILL HAVE THAT DARAH KLINGG, THIS IS A FACT EVIDENCE IN MALAY HISTORY DURINGTHE TIMES OF THE MALACCAN SULTANATE IN THE 14TH CENTURY.
TUM MUTAHIR, a TAMIL MUSLIM was given the an influential post in the palace,he was the seventh Bendahara, post equivalent to the modern-Day Prime Minister, so we start our history from TUM MUTAHIR TO TUN MAHATIR. We are not the debenture labours brought by the ENGLISHMAN to work in the estate. We not squatters, and we are not pirates historically speaking.
LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
The Indian Muslims, specifically in this context the Tamil Muslims, loved and respected their Language and Literature. The Thenkasi, Muslims who had come with their families wanted their children to learn their mother tongue. Therefore they started their own Tamil Schools as early as nineteen thirties. The Anjuman Tamil School was started in 1932, the United Muslim Tamil School in 1934 and .the Thenkasi Muslim Tamil Schoolin 1950. They maintained the schools and paid the teachers by themselves. These schools have now been either taken over by the Government or closed.
Among Indian Muslims were many writers, poets, speakers and scholars of literature well known throughout the nation. Indian Muslims played a key role in forming the North Malaya Tamil Writers Association based in Penang in 1960. In fact the first president of this Association was K.K.D. Mohamed Ibrahim while Nakambadi Karim a famous poet was the first secretary. Both were Indian Muslims. J.M. Hussain the next President was a famous writer, author and literary man. Mr. Othuman Gani with the title Chitiramozhi Pulavar, was a famous speaker who trained a lot of youths in debating and public speaking. A. E. Mohamed Ibrahim, a well known tamil short story writer was also an Indian Muslim from Penang.
PUBLICATION OF NEWS PAPERS AND BOOKS
Another important field in which the Indian Muslims were the pioneers is the publication of news papers. Hammed Kalanjiam a well known tamil journalist then was editor for many news papers. Among others were Ahamed also known as Sarana Baskaran and Fakir Mohamed. In fact the editor and publisher of the first Tamil News paper circulated in Malaya and Singapore was an Indian Muslim. It may be very surprising to know that the first news paper in Jawi too was published by an Indian Muslim. Some of the newspapers and magazines published from Penang by Indian Muslims are Malaya Mitiran in 1932, Desa Nesan in 1933, and Malayain 1957. There were also authors of books among Indian Muslims. The first of the authors known was Mohamed Sultan Marikar who published two books, one in 1890 and the other in 1900, followed by S.P.S. Kader Sahib in 1898 and Abdul Aziz in 1936.please note munshi Abdullah who delovelop modern Malay language.