Dr Mahathir, target of 4 police probes, continues to speak out…

13 April 2016

Surveys by Merdeka Centre, an independent polling centre… show that Najib’s support for Hudud has been a success and trickled down to the people with 73% of Malay Muslims showing support for the Islamic law as at February last year compared to only 47% in November of 2013.

Najib willing to support Hudud to stay in power, warns Dr M

April 12, 2016

Former PM tells The Australian that PM Najib Razak is ready to give his consent to stoning and amputations so that PAS supports his leadership.


PETALING JAYA: Dr Mahathir Mohamad has told reporters of The Australian that Prime Minister Najib Razak is so desperate to cling to power that he is willing to sign off on the harsh Islamic law of Hudud that PAS is pushing for in Kelantan.

In the recent interview, the former premier said, “He’s (Najib) prepared to support these so-called Hudud laws where you decapitate people, chop off their hands, stone them to death.

“He doesn’t care what he does or what his policy is as long as he gets support. And he wants the support of the opposition PAS. The leader of PAS is talking to him.”

Mahathir, who gave up his Umno membership recently and has joined forces with Opposition politicians to oust Najib as prime minister, alleged Malaysia was “sliding towards” adopting more conservative Islamic principles.

He also alleged that Najib was not the moderate he portrayed himself to be at the global level.

“(Najib) is not a moderate in that sense. He wants to be a moderate for the world, but domestically he agrees with these extreme so-called syariah laws.”


11 April 2016

New Straits Times @NST_Online 48m48 minutes ago

denies seeking foreign intervention


KUALA LUMPUR: Former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad today denied he was seeking the intervention of foreign media in the internal affairs of the country.

He said this, following an announcement by Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar that four investigation papers over various allegations involving Dr Mahathir, including sedition.

“I didn’t ask for any foreign interference. All I said was that all the means of redress in this country have been shut down by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak. So, I will tell the foreign press about that.

“If they want to investigate, let them investigate,” said Dr Mahathir this morning, after delivering a talk on nation building at a forum hosted by the Human Life Advancement Foundation (HLAF) which he chairs.

Khalid also announced that some investigations into the matter have been concluded.

“I’ve already been under investigation twice. They’ve investigated and arrested all my friends and as if that was not enough, the Inland Revenue Board (IRB) have been after them too,” said Dr Mahathir.


malaysiakini.com @malaysiakini 2m2 minutes ago

Four probe papers opened against Mahathir, says IGP


The police have opened four investigation papers against former premier Dr Mahathir Mohamad, said inspector-general of police (IGP) Khalid Abu Bakar today.

However, he would not confirm if any concerns the ex-premier’s latest call for foreign intervention.

TODAYVerified account @TODAYonline 1m1 minute ago

Dr Mahathir under investigation for seeking foreign intervention: M’sia police chief

Time to act and rise up against , Dr urges citizens

Former Prime Minister Dr. Mahathir Mohamad has called for the people to rise up to oust Prime Minister Najib Razak.

“I think the time has come when parties do not matter anymore. This is a problem affecting the nation.

“I want everybody to act as citizens who are concerned with what is happening in this country. As a citizen, it does not matter whether you are for the opposition or the government.

“Now it is time to act as citizens, irrespective of party affiliations or loyalties,” he said today.

Mahathir was asked to elaborate on his meeting with PAS lawmaker Mahfuz Omar last Friday. Mahfuz had claimed that Mahathir called for the unity of the opposition and NGOs to topple Najib.


“If that’s going to be the end of my life in jail then okay, that’s it…maybe we’ll (Anwar and I) share a cell together” – Dr Mahathir


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