Malaysia will continue to strongly advocate against human rights violations perpetrated on Palestinians and Rohingya, said our Foreign Minister on Friday (Oct 15).
Saifuddin Abdullah said in a statement: “Di persada antarabangsa, Malaysia akan terus membantah sekeras-kerasnya penindasan hak asasi manusia yang dilakukan, antaranya terhadap rakyat Palestin dan Rohingya di Myanmar.”
His Wisma Putra press release however omitted to mention any human rights violations against the Uighurs in Xinjiang.
Malaysia will be a new member of the UN human rights council for 2022 – 2024.
BELOW: Our previous Foreign Minister Hisham acknowledged the China Foreign Minister as “da ge” (elder brother) or translated more literally, Big Brother
More than 200,000 Rohingya in M’sia — Saifuddin
Earlier on Oct 6, Saifuddin told Dewan Rakyat that there are more than 200,000 Rohingya presently here in our country.
Saifuddin said also in parliament: “Malaysia mengambil langkah untuk terus mengetengahkan isu pelarian Rohingya dalam perbincangan peringkat serantau mahupun antarabangsa. Di peringkat Asean misalnya, Malaysia adalah negara yang paling konsisten dan lantang mengutarakan tentang isu pelarian Rohingya”.
For the time being however, Malaysia masih belum lagi mengutarakan tentang isu penganiayaan terhadap kaum Uighur, apatah lagi bersuara dengan konsisten dan lantang.
BELOW: Saifuddin defending the Rohingya last week in Dewan Rakyat
These poseurs are very self-conscious. They have to keep insisting that they’re not “bodoh” because they suspect that other people really think they ARE stoopid.
First @hannahyeoh complained that BN supporters called her “stupid idiot” and then she grumbled that the gomen thinks she’s stupid. Continue reading “Pudin: “I bukan bodoh””
Saifuddin Nasution (at that time the PKR sec-gen) has apologized for his fitnah against Khalid Ibrahim (at that time the Selangor Menteri Besar).
See Aug 14 Facebook entry by Khalid’s lawyer Edmund Bon at the bottom of this page. Continue reading “Two bowls of pudding”
Saifuddin Abdullah, ketua pegawai eksekutif Gerakan Moderat Malaysia sebaris dengan Ambiga (berdiri belah kiri dalam gambar di bawah)
Continue reading “Johan Jaafar dah letak jawatan, si Pudin bila?”
So Pudin, in the interest of the transparency and accountability that you preach, why don’t you open the books on your Temerloh 2013 election expenditure. Continue reading “Saifuddin slams ‘satanic’ money politics”
For The J-Star, one side of the brawl at Low Yat Plaza were the “sales clerks” (Chinese) while the other side were the “thugs” (Malays).
The EvangeliSTAR story – see below – was filed for the MCA paper by Nicholas Cheng, the same Christian reporter who had previously covered the episode of the church cross removal, see ‘J-Star reporter @ Taman Medan: “Who gives you the right to claim this land as Muslim land?”‘ Continue reading “Low Yat suspects called “thugs” five times by The J-Star in short 287-word article”
Giving his Malaysian Firster speech at a J-Star ‘Voices of Moderation’ event on 5 Feb 2015, Saifuddin Abdullah said:
“I just want to send the message that nothing is really that sensitive anymore that Malaysians can’t discuss in the most civil manner”. Continue reading “Is Saifuddin Abdullah badmouthing his boss?”
In his interview published yesterday in Malaysiakini, Saifuddin Abdullah cautioned that “Umno may veer further to the right if Islamist hardliners win in the PAS muktamar in June”.
Saifuddin, who is Global Movement of Moderates CEO, said Umno should live up to its of being a moderate party regardless the scepticism greeting its claim to such a credential.
Continue reading “Saifuddin says Umno moving further and further to the right”
Saifuddin Abdullah is part of the hashtag #BeMyProtector – a programme initiated by the DAP evangelical Christians.
“Be my protector” is a phrase from the Bible in Psalm 31:2.
Continue reading “Saifuddin Abdullah and the Christian prayer”
Kulit jer warna coklat, isi tetap kuning. Continue reading “Pudin: Juadah dua muka”
The patron of Perkasa is Tun.
Perkasa is holding its fifth annual convention today at Pusat Islam. Wira Perkasa chief Irwan Fahmi Ideris yesterday fired an opening salvo – he called a trio of Najib’s liberal pets “bangsat”.
The Umno leaders earning the ire of Perkasa are Saifuddin Abdullah, Nur Jazlan Mohamed and Khairy Jamaluddin. Continue reading “Ah Jib Gor is snapping Perkasa’s patience”
I condemn the action of this man. What he did is kurang ajar.
Continue reading “Wahai Melayu! Tolong betulkan Umno”
The EvangeliSTAR and their Voices are taking their ‘Moderation’ campaign into its next phase.
Moving into the colleges and universities, the evangelistas will no doubt be telling students that the ultra right-wingers are ““hate-spewing, divisive, race-obsessed ignoramuses” who are “racist, extremist and bigots” devoid of any “rational and balanced views” – see Wong Chun Wai’s most recent column yesterday.
Does Najib Razak support the J-Star‘s agenda, considering that his NGO headed by Saifuddin Abdullah is working hand-in-glove with the EvangeliSTAR?
Continue reading “EvangeliSTAR campaigning in colleges and universities next”
Sejak Najib Razak menjadi perdana menteri, kaum Melayu kerap dilempar dengan pelbagai tohmahan – Melayu rasis lah, pelampau lah, penganiaya yang menindas golongan minoriti lah.
Tun Mahathir pun dah kata Najib ni sebenarnya lembik.
Begitu lemau jiwa dan tipis roh Melayu di kalbu Najib. Continue reading “Mampukah Zahid menggantikan Najib?”
Saifuddin. Rejected by Temerloh voters. Rejected by Umno div. -lost deputy chief contest. Rejected by Umno members -fail supreme council bid Continue reading “Yang orang tolak dan buang, Najib pungut”
On what basis & qualification was Saifuddin Abdullah appointed a UM “research fellow” & what academic work did he produce during his tenure? Continue reading “#umcdel … just wondering if @mpkotabelud has any idea”
The J-Star headline crafted by the evangelista editors yesterday said, ‘Senseless jihad puts Malaysia as global violence hub, says Home Ministry officer’ (see below).
The Nest of Evangelistas seems quite gleeful to be able to report that “the international community sees Malaysia as a hub and exporter of Islamic militants”.
Continue reading “Violence, “Islamic militants”, peace-loving Christians and the NUCC hate crime bill”