In the federal government gazette published on Sept 15 – see below – on the proposed redelineation of electoral boundaries, the Election Commission referred to the states in the peninsula as “negeri-negeri Tanah Melayu”.
The DAP has questioned the EC’s impartiality in carrying out its work. (more…)
PAS is on a blitzkrieg against DAP, reiterating its rejection of any future cooperation with the evangelical party.
“PAS tidak akan bekerjasama dengan DAP dan parti yang bekerjasama dengan DAP” — Tuan Guru Hadi Awang (more…)
There was a ton of rude comments from Chinese and Indian netizens on Tuan Guru Haron Din’s passing.
Yet Jeff Ooi chose to highlight a rare tweet made by a liberal Malay.
The Melayu-screw-Melayu strategy is nothing strange. (more…)
PAS people and Umno people have finally been sickened enough by the DAP’s constant bullying to bury their hatchet and combine forces presently. Perpaduan ummah is taking off.
Below is a 100-year timeline.
There was generally no social interaction between the races in Malaya.
By the 1920s, the Malays were starting to feel uncomfortable with the huge presence of alien workers. This discomfort was expressed through the Malay publications and writings of the time.
In response to the Malay unease, the British colonial government began taking steps to curtail the inflow of Chinese emigrants by enacting the Immigration Restriction Ordinance in 1928.
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There was an explosion of vitriol from the Cina DAP at Allahyarham Haron Din upon news of the Tuan Guru’s passing.
The amount of venom spewed at PAS’s late Mursyidul Am reached such proportions that the usually freewheeling Malaysiaini and FMT were compelled to disable (block) reader responses as well as delete their spiteful Facebook comments. (more…)