It’s Ali Tinju. Again and again. Sigh.

Mahathir: Tangkaplah! Come and arrest me for attending Bersih4 Rally.

FAIL! Ali Tinju can’t keep his promise of ‘another panas like Low Yat’ at the Kota Raya shopping complex, KL

22 January 2016

Gambling Dens May Burn, Says Ali Tinju


Gambling dens may burn, says Ali Tinju

Ali Tinju. BERNAMA

AMPANG JAYA: Do not blame us if illegal gambling premise go up in flames.

That was the warning by army veteran Mohd Ali Baharom, or known as Ali Tinju, in a press conference today on the illegal gambling menace in the country.

“I would like to remind the authorities, including the Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar, to take action especially to order every district police chiefs to conduct operations to close down these illegal gambling dens.

“We know that Khalid is not at fault, but police chiefs should also act in the way that they have been assigned especially in combating these illegal activities from growing,” Ali told reporters in a media briefing here today.

It is learnt that Jaringan Melayu Malaysia (JMM) had joined forces with over 36 other NGOs including Gabungan NGO Selangor, Persatuan Pengguna Islam Malaysia and Persatuan Veteran Tentera Malaysia to form a task force to wage war against illegal gambling dens nationwide.

JMM president Azwanddin Hamzah said the coalition and the task force had decided to channel all information pertaining to illegal gambling syndicates and expose the locations of the dens to media.

“Let us be straight forward in this matter because our suggestions to disseminate information on online gambling has fallen on deaf ears for the past three years and now we have decided to trust and work together with the media to end these activities as it has caused extensive damage to dozens of families.

20 December 2015

arifsetia2013 Retweeted The Long Tweet

My friend Dad who’s Retired Malay Army Regimental Sergeant Major dont beleived Sloppy Licker Ali Tinju a Veteran!

Malaysian Insider

Ali Tinju cries ‘extreme’ over disciplinary warning from military vets


KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 20 — Former soldier Mohd Ali Baharom, better known as Ali Tinju, has cried foul over the disciplinary action caution from the Malaysian Armed Forces Veterans Association (PVATM).

The leader of the “red shirt” movement that purports to champion Malay, Muslim rights insisted all his actions using the military association’s name were in the interest of the race and country, after a rap on the knuckles from the PVATM central leadership yesterday.

“The allegations made are too extreme. During Bersih, we saw them invite the rakyat to rise against the government. At that time, no one could stop Bersih from demonstrating in the streets, making chaos in business areas,” he told ProjekMMO, the sister publication of Malay Mail Online in Bahasa Malaysia.

Yesterday, the PVATM executive leadership accused Mohd Ali of making racial sentiments and warned the former soldier with the Royal Malay Regiment that disciplinary action would be taken if he continued holding activities that tarnished its image.

In response, Mohd Ali accused PVATM president Tan Sri Mohd Anwar Mohd Nor of failing to take care of the welfare of military veterans even though he has been a senator for a year.

According to Mohd Ali, Mohd Anwar was more focused in guarding his own interests and did not raise military welfare in Parliament.

“Tan Sri, though a former general [sic], is still new in the association. He has never contested. He was given power to govern the association but still failed,” he said, referring to Mohd Anwar by his title.

The one time head of the Federal Territory and Selangor chapter of PVATM is also appealing to the Registrar of Societies against its dissolution.

Army veterans’ body warns action on Ali Tinju if racist threats persist

The Federal Territory and Selangor Malay Army Veterans Association established by Mohd Ali had already been dissolved by the Registrar of Societies on April 1, 2014, for failing to comply with certain rules and regulations under the Societies Act 1966, PVATM said.

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The Malaysian Armed Forces Veterans Association (PVATM) will not hesitate to impose disciplinary action against Ali Tinju if he continues to tarnish the image of the association.

According to PVATM executive council, Ali Tinju, whose real name is Mohd Ali Baharom, had often made racist statements which could cause disharmony among the multi-racial people in the country.

Apart from contradicting the practice and principles adopted by veterans of the Malaysian Armed Forces (ATM), the action by Ali Tinju was also deemed to have given the ATM veterans a bad image.

“Racial sentiments propagated by Ali Tinju can affect efforts by the country’s leaders to unite the people of all races and religions in Malaysia,” PVATM said in a statement in Kuala Lumpur today.

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“Ali Tinju is not our president” | thestar


19 December 2015 | MYT 5:50 PM

Ali Tinju is not our president, says veterans’ association

PETALING JAYA: Mohd Ali Baharom, better known as Ali Tinju, is not the president of the Malaysian Armed Forces Veterans’ Association (PVATM), and the group is threatening to take disciplinary action against him for damaging its reputation.

In a press statement on Saturday, PVATM said they were not associated with Ali Tinju’s now-defunct Malay Armed Forces Veterans’ Association (PVTM), and slammed Ali Tinju’s “racist” actions.

“The controversial actions by Ali Tinju have portrayed a bad image of Malaysian armed forces veterans as a whole.

“His actions are contradictory and incompatible with the principles and practices of all armed forces veterans in the country,” said the association.

PETALING JAYA: Mohd Ali Baharom, better known as Ali Tinju, is not the president of the Malaysian Armed Forces Veterans’ Association (PVATM), and the group is threatening to take disciplinary action against him for damaging its reputation.

In a press statement on Saturday, PVATM said they were not associated with Ali Tinju’s now-defunct Malay Armed Forces Veterans’ Association (PVTM), and slammed Ali Tinju’s “racist” actions.

“The controversial actions by Ali Tinju have portrayed a bad image of Malaysian armed forces veterans as a whole.

“His actions are contradictory and incompatible with the principles and practices of all armed forces veterans in the country,” said the association.

Ali Tinju kisses the PM’s ass so much he should rename himself Ali Gincu

These two men fight to be the Top Najibot but there can be only ONE at the top!

Free Malaysia Today

Tangkap dan dakwa Jamal – Ali Tinju

October 21, 2015

Dia mendakwa Jamal Yunos seperti kebal kerana tidak dikenakan tindakan walaupun melanggar arahan polis.


PETALING JAYA : Mohd Ali Baharom atau Ali Tinju mendesak polis mengambil tindakan tegas terhadap Ketua UMNO Bahagian Sungai Besar, Datuk Jamal Yunos.

Dia berkata, polis patut bertindak lebih adil dengan menangkap dan mendakwa jika Jamal melakukan kesalahan serius seperti menganjurkan perhimpunan haram.

Presiden Persatuan Veteran Tentera Melayu (PVTM) itu berkata, Jamal seolah-olah kebal apabila masih meneruskan perhimpunan walaupun polis tidak memberi kebenaran.

“Saya harap Ketua Polis Negara kena berlaku adil , ambil tindakan tegas ..tak kira dia adalah ketua bahagian, dia adalah NGO , parti politik manapun jika melakukan kesalahan tangkap, dakwa,” katanya kepada FMT.

Google translation:

KUALA LUMPUR: Mohd Ali Baharom or Ali Boxing urged the police to take firm action against Umno chief Sungai Besar Datuk Yunus Jamal.

He said the police should act more fairly, with apprehension and prosecution if Jamal commit serious offenses such as organizing illegal gatherings.

Malay Military Veterans Association (PVTM), said Jamal seemed invincible when they continue the rally despite police did not give permission.

“I hope that the IGP have to be fair, take decisive action ..tak think he is the head of the division, he is a NGO, if any political party committing the offense of arrest, arraignment,” he told FMT.


Friday October 9, 2015 MYT 9:00:07 AM

Nur Jazlan issues stern warning to Ali Tinju and Jamal

KUALA LUMPUR: “Don’t challenge enforcement agencies,” the Deputy Home Minister warned Mohd Ali Baharom, better known as Ali Tinju, and Sungai Besar Umno chief Datuk Jamal Md Yunos.

In a clear message to the rabble-rousers, Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed (pic) said that the authorities, particularly the Home Ministry and the police, should not be challenged.

“His (Ali) actions will only disrupt public order.

“It will not benefit the country or the rakyat,” he told a press conference after witnessing the flag-off ceremony for the official car to be used for the General Police and Special Equipment Exhibition and Conference Asia (GPEC) yesterday.

Nur Jazlan was commenting on Ali Tinju’s “threat” to hold a rally in Malacca tomorrow.

Ali has since called off the rally.

Pro-Malay Red Shirts call off Malacca rally

Malaysia has been on edge since chaotic scenes on Kuala Lumpur’s Petaling Street (commonly known as Chinatown) on Sept 16, when the ­police had to use water cannons to disperse a crowd of Red Shirt protesters — mostly members of Malay-rights groups — who wanted to force their way into a shopping area popular with tourists.

Pro-Malay protestors call off Malacca rally

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October 9, 2015

KUALA LUMPUR — In an abrupt U-turn after a wave of criticism by Malaysian authorities, the organisers of a planned mass assembly with strong racial overtones this weekend by pro-government “Red Shirt” protesters in downtown Malacca have announced that the event will be called off out of respect for the state Governor’s birthday on the same day.

Speaking to local media today (Oct 8), Mr Mohd Ali Baharom — popularly known as Ali Tinju — said the decision to cancel the event was made after ­police and several politicians urged him to call off the rally. Mr Ali is one of the leaders of the Sept 16 Red Shirt rally, which paralysed parts of downtown Kuala Lumpur.

“I did not know that it was the Yang di-Pertua’s birthday on that day. If I had known, I would not have planned the rally,” Mr Mohd Ali told The Star Online today. He was referring to the head of state for Malacca, Governor Mohd Khalil Yaakob.

Yesterday, Mr Mohd Ali warned that the Malacca Raya business district “will not be safe” this weekend, vowing to rally as many as 10,000 pro-government “Red Shirt” protestors to seek “justice” for Malay officers allegedly assaulted by Chinese gangsters.

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Mohd Ali Baharom has called off a protest slated for this Saturday in Taman Melaka Raya after being asked to do so by the authorities.

Better known as Ali Tinju, the Malay army veterans association president, said it is to respect the investiture ceremony by the Malacca governor, which falls on the same day.

“We have been advised by the police and government not to hold the gathering on Oct 10.

“As the leader of Gerakan Merah, I call on my supporters not to turn up on Oct 10 to respect the governor’s birthday,” he told Malaysiakini.

Asked if the protest would be held at another day, Mohd Ali said that has yet to be decided.

Solve disco problem, not attack me, Ali Tinju tells Idris

Zikri Kamarulzaman     Published 8 Oct 2015, 1:12 pm

Solve disco problem, not attack me, Ali Tinju tells

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Malacca Chief Minister Idris Haron should solve the state’s disco problem instead of hitting out at those who help him, said former soldier Mohd Ali Baharom today.

Speaking to Malaysiakini, Mohd Ali, better known as Ali Tinju, said nightclubs caused many social ills in the state such as drunkenness and drug use, which could lead to road accidents, theft, and even rape.

“I advise Idris to go to ground to observe the discos in Malacca which are open till 6am.

“It is better for him to solve that problem rather than to accuse me of nonsense,” Mohd Ali said when contacted.

He said this when asked to respond to Idris’ criticisms of him over a planned protest in Malacca this Saturday.

The protest, which has been cancelled, was over an attack on immigration officers who raided an entertainment outlet on Sept 30.

No more ethnic-based rallies, gov’t warns

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Deputy Home Minister Nur Jazlan Mohamed today warned against anyone holding street protests based on race.

A rally planned to be held in Malacca on Saturday, to protest an Oct 1 attack on an immigration officer by alleged “Chinese gangsters”, was called off today.

“On behalf of the Home Ministry, I would like to say that such things (race-based demonstrations) only make matters worse and jeopardise public peace.

“These do not benefit the country,” the Pulai MP said.

The call by Nur Jazlan also comes after Umno supported the Himpunan Rakyat Bersatu rally on Sept 16, to “defend Malay dignity”.

7 October 2015

Cops: Saturday Malacca rally illegal, disrespectful

Zikri Kamarulzaman     Published Today 4:43 pm     Updated Today 4:59 pm     4

Cops: Saturday rally illegal, disrespectful

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Any rally held in Malacca this Saturday will not only be unlawful but it will also be disrespectful to the state’s governor.

Malacca police chief Chua Ghee Lye said this was because Governor Mohd Khalil Yaakob will be holding a state awards ceremony in conjunction with his official birthday celebration on Saturday.

Malacca MCA smacks Ali Tinju for fouling racial ties

Malacca MCA smacks Ali Tinju for fouling racial ties

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Malacca MCA today slammed Malay army veterans association president Mohd Ali Baharom for fouling ‘600 years of Malay-Chinese friendship’ in the state.

“The history of Malay-Chinese relations in Malaysia traces its roots from Malacca from over 600 hundred years ago and is best epitomised by the Peranakan culture.

“Malaccans cannot afford to see six centuries of inter-ethnic trust and bonding fizzle out so easily due to belligerence by external forces,” Malacca MCA secretary Koh Chin Han said in a statement.

Malay Mail Online

Arrest Dr M now for inciting hatred against PM, Ali Tinju tells cops

By Syed Jaymal Zahiid

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 7 — A leader from the #Merah169 movement demanded today the police detain and investigate Tun Dr Mahathir Mohammad for his seditious action in openly calling on voters to unseat Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak.

Pointing out that the police have been quick to act on “regular people” accused of sedition, Mohd Ali Baharom, who also heads the Association of Armed Forces Veterans, said the same treatment should be accorded to Dr Mahathir whom he said has consistently inciting hatred against the Najib administration.

“I want him to be questioned. When regular people make comments deemed seditious they are quickly apprehended.

“But Dr Mahathir has been consistently inciting hatred and had even openly said he was committing sedition as he is calling for the people to unseat Datuk Seri Najib Razak,” Mohd Ali, or popularly known as Ali Tinju, told reporters here.

The former soldier also demanded the police and the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission to probe Dr Mahathir and his two sons, Mirzan and Mokhzani, for corruption.

He said there have been repeated calls in the past for the authorities to act on allegations that Dr Mahathir had abused his power during his 22 year tenure as prime minister to enrich two of his sons.

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Ali Tinju: Melaka Raya won’t be safe this Saturday

Shakira Buang     Published Today 2:18 pm     Updated Today 3:16 pm

Organisers of an rally in Malacca issued a stern warning today that downtown Taman Melaka Raya will not be safe on Oct 10, the day of their rally.

Organiser and Malay army veterans association president Mohd Ali Baharom said this comes after ‘Chinese gangsters’ assaulted an immigration officer on Oct 1.

The rally is called to protest the attack.

“Melaka Raya will not be safe on that day. This is my warning,” Mohd Ali, who is better known as Ali Tinju, said.

He explained that this does not mean the rally will cause a commotion but rather, precautions should be taken.

“When I say ‘unsafe’, I don’t mean there will be a commotion but that there could be untoward incidents (kemalangan). It doesn’t mean we are going to war.

“We are asking for better monitoring in the Taman Melaka Raya area,” Ali Tinju said.


‘Malacca Raya will not be safe’, Ali Tinju says ahead of Saturday rally

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‘If Dr M is a real man, then battle Najib in Pekan’

Shakira Buang     Published Today 2:34 pm     Updated Today 3:02 pm

Ali Tinju: ‘If Dr is a real man, then battle in Pekan’

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If Dr Mahathir Mohamad is an anak jantan (courageous), he should challenge Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak in the Pekan parliamentary seat, said Malay army veterans association president Mohd Ali Baharom.

He was responding to Mahathir’s call that voters in Pekan should not support Najib in the next general election.

“I challenge Mahathir to contest in Pekan,” Mohd Ali, who is popularly known as Ali Tinju, told a press conference in Kuala Lumpur today.

Najib has been the MP of Pekan since 1976.

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