Sabtu, Januari 17, 2009

Demonstrasi Anti Israel Bebaskan Palestin

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Kelmarin (16hb Januari 2009) , PAS Kawasan Tawau telah berjaya menganjurkan Demonstrasi Anti Israel Bebaskan Palestin di perkarangan Masjid Al Kauhtar selepas selesai Solat Jumaat.



Alhamdulillah, penyertaan daripada segenap lapisan masyarakat amat memberangsangkan membuktikan keperihatinan mereka terhadap kesengsaraan rakyat Palestin. Dengan laungan hancur Yahudi... Jahanam Amerika.. Boikot Israel... Hidup Islam... menyemarakkan suasana....



Ucapan ucapan daripada pimpinan PAS kawasan Tawau dan wakil dari DAP Tawau membakar semangat semua untuk terus berdemonstrasi...





Pembacaan 10 resolusi Dewan Pemuda PAS Tawau, Bacaan Doa serta pembakaran bendera Yahudi menjadi acara wajib dalam demonstrasi yang diadakan.









Akhir kalam, sedikit petikan daripada blog Nisa Kawasan Tawau : "Walaupun terdapat juga suara-suara sumbang mengkritik usaha yang di jalankan oleh PAS kawasan Tawau ini, Namun suara-suara sumbang itu kami abaikan saja. Dengan anggapan, mereka itu kurang ilmu, kurang sensitiviti. Tetapi terlebih benci pada PAS yang merupakan seteru kepada parti yang memerintah.





Sesungguhnya usaha ini sangat kecil berbanding apa yang dialami dan dideritai oleh saudara-saudara kita di Palestine. Namun, mengambil iktibar kisah beburung dengan Nabi Ibrahim, maka apa jua usaha yang mampu dilakukan perlu dilaksanakan.




Semoga semua yang hadir pada demonstrasi ini dan seluruh Umat Islam dapat terus komited dalam usaha boikot yang dianjurkan keatas semua barangan keluaran Yahudi dan Amerika. AllahuAkbar!!!




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Is Badawi Bailing Out his Friends?
Tag it:Written by Jed Yoong
Friday, 09 January 2009
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Malaysia's cabinet approves a low-cost air terminal to help out a political ally




With barely three months until March when Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi is due to relinquish his office, he has approved a project that reeks of an attempt to salvage the profitability of conglomerate Sime Darby and to further buoy the country’s budget airline, AirAsia, which is controlled by a Badawi ally, Tony Fernandes.

Over the objections of listed Malaysia Airports Bhd, which operates the current Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Sepang and 38 other airports around the country, and which is also building a new permanent low-cost carrier terminal to replace its current facility, Sime Darby and AirAsia have been given the green light by the government to construct a new terminal in Labu, Negeri Sembilan, about 50km from Kuala Lumpur, and 10 km from KL International.

The new airport, “KLIA-East@Labu”, which will be part of Sime’s Negeri Sembilan Vision City, is reportedly estimated to cost RM1.6 bil (US$452 mil), excluding land costs, and will span 2,800 hectares in the home state of Khairy Jamaluddin, Badawi’s controversial son-in-law and a member of parliament. There is no indication whether government or public money will be used indirectly for the project, or who will pay for government facilities including highways and connections to the new airport. AirAsia said in a statement on Jan. 8 that the airline is negotiating with international and domestic investors to fund the construction of the proposed facility.

This hardly the first time that a company has been awarded lucrative contracts under the Barisan Nasional, the ruling coalition that has dominated the country for half a century. It is the kind of crony capitalism that had been practiced for two decades by Badawi’s predecessor, Mahathir Mohamad, and that Badawi had vowed to stamp out when he became prime minister in 2003.

It is also the second major airport project linked to Khairy. Last March, Fajarbaru Builder Group Bhd, formerly known as Syarikat Pembenaan Fajar Baru (Rembau) Sdn Bhd, won a RM124 million contract to expand the current low-budget terminal at Sepang. Wee Choo Keong, a parliamentarian for Kuala Lumpur, pointed out in July in parliament that the company is based in the constituency of "someone's son-in-law” and had no experience in building airports.

When Sepang was completed in 1998, then-Prime Minister Mahathir said the facility was designed to last 100 years and would be able to accommodate 125 million passengers a year. Expansion plans forecast two terminals, four satellites and five runways. The airport company was supposed to have completed an extension to the current low-cost carrier terminal at Sepang 16 months ago. However, only the international arrival hall for low-cost carriers is finished. Fernandes has argued that the terminal won’t be ready for his use before 2014, and is too late to keep up with the airline’s passenger growth.

Bernama, the national news agency, reported on January 8 that Fernandes said that “in two years' time, this airline will go bust if we do not have the facility” and that “the key thing is we cannot slow down our growth because we have bought planes.” AirAsia’s third quarter results in September marked core operating losses of RM76 million, mainly due to a fuel hedging policy which gambled that crude oil would hover around US$70 per barrel. Crude is now lingering around US$40 per barrel.

AirAsia has cited the inability of the existing LCCT’s 10 million passengers per year capacity to meet demand as a reason for building the new airport. Passenger traffic was expected to grow by 25 percent by the end of 2008, from 15 million to 19 million, and forecast to grow at the same rate this year, Fernandes told local media. The current low-cost terminal’s increased capacity after expansion to 15 million passengers per year falls short of AirAsia’s requirements, Transport Minister Ong Tee Keat told local media.

After construction, Sime will pass the “whole project including the land” to AirAsia. It’s unclear who will operate the airport and how much additional government funds will be required to operate the Customs, Immigration and Quarantine departments at the airport, among other things.

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