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Is Johor Baru, formerly Crime Capital of Malaysia, Sex City for Singaporeans?

The IGP asks, “If prostitution in Singapore is legal, why should they travel to Johor when it is easier to find one there?”

Answer: The mighty Singapore dollar makes it so much cheaper even when you include transportation and food.

And don’t be surprised if some enterprising ‘businessman’ conducted sex tours: bus them in and bus them back.

China Press said its report was based on interviews with several Singaporeans, some of whom claimed they typically spent between RM80 and RM150 on girls from Vietnam or China, depending on their age and appearance.

24 July 2017

Santiago: Do cops profit from forced prostitution?

The Klang MP says it’s hard to believe that police are oblivious to the activities of human trafficking syndicates.

PETALING JAYA: Klang MP Charles Santiago has urged Inspector-General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar to find out whether rogue police officers are profiting from human trafficking.

Speaking to FMT, Santiago noted a report about the illegal import of prostitutes into Malaysia and pointed out that foreign women accounted for a large number of those caught in police raids on prostitution dens.

He said this seemed to suggest that human trafficking was involved.

“The movement of these women into the country could be done only through an organised effort,” he told FMT. “I find it difficult to believe that the police are oblivious of the various syndicates involved.”

An FMT report earlier quoted a former hotel security head as saying that hotel operators, taxi drivers and food service operators were among the people involved in the smuggling of prostitutes into the country.

Khen Han Ming, who is now the principal consultant of security firm JK Associates, alleged that many of the women were forced into prostitution and were kept in shop houses or cheap hotels modified into brothels. They could be seen in such busy areas as Bukit Bintang, Lorong Haji Taib and Chow Kit Road, he added.

Santiago said he had no knowledge of the extent of prostitution in the country, but added that Khen’s statement brought into question whether some police officers were benefiting from the trade.

“If these activities are happening under police watch, that could only mean that the police are either on the take or they don’t care,” he said.

23 July 2017

Man with HIV detained with 42 GROs in raid at massage parlour

PENGERANG: A man with HIV was detained in raids at two massage parlours in Sungei Rengit on Friday.

The man was detained with a local man and four Nepalese men, believed to be workers at the outlets, together with 42 foreign guest relations officers (GROs) by Immigration officers.

“Initial investigations revealed that one of the men is HIV positive,” state Immigration enforcement chief Masri Adul said in a statement on Saturday.

Masri said the women GROs were aged between 21 and 37.

Twenty-six of them are Indonesians, while 15 are from Vietnam and the other from Thailand, he said.

All the detainees were taken to the Johor Immigration enforcement department at Kompleks Kementrian Dalam Negeri (KDN) at Setia Tropika for further action.

20 July 2017

Don’t take prostitution issue lightly, IGP told

PPBM’s Syed Saddiq says he worries over a report about a Johor Bahru street turning into a red light district.

PETALING JAYA: PPBM Youth chief Syed Saddiq Abdul Rahman has accused Inspector-General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar of making light of reports that a street in Johor Bahru may be a prostitution hub for Singaporean retirees.

The China Press recently reported that the street had earned a reputation as a red light district, thanks to the many elderly men from Singapore who head there for the services of prostitutes from Vietnam and China.
Johor native Syed Saddiq, however, said he believed the problem was serious enough to merit police attention.

He told FMT he was a frequent visitor to Singapore and his friends there would often “joke about how cheap it is for Singaporeans to get hookers” in Johor and elsewhere in Malaysia.

“I think this is quite saddening,” he said. “I don’t want to see my beautiful Johor transformed into Hooker Central.”

He said Khalid should not have been too hasty with his response to the China Press report, adding that it showed police were taking the matter too lightly.

He pointed out that prostitution was often linked to human trafficking.

“That these foreigners are brought in to work in the prostitution industry often means it also involves human trafficking,” he said. “They are often duped into the sex trade. But even if they get into the trade willingly, they lack legal recourse if anything happens.”

18 July 2017

GP disagrees JB haven for sex-starved Singaporeans

July 18, 2017

Khalid Abu Bakar says authorities have been able to contain prostitution.


KUALA LUMPUR: Police today questioned a report claiming that Johor Bahru was a destination of sex-starved Singaporeans, saying Malaysian authorities were more strict in laws against prostitution.

“If prostitution in Singapore is legal, why should they travel to Johor when it is easier to find one there?” Inspector-General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar told reporters today.

He was responding to a report by China Press, which said that a street in Johor Bahru had now earned the reputation as a red-light district as “older men” from Singapore head there to seek services from Vietnamese and Chinese prostitutes.
Khalid said while prostitution existed in Malaysia, authorities had been able to contain it.

“Prostitution can be found in any part of the world, which is why we need to curb the vice,” he added.

17 July 2017


Singaporean ‘uncles’ flocking to JB for fun with hookers

July 17, 2017

Most of the senior citizens are willing to part with between RM80-150 each, every time they meet with hookers from Vietnam and China.


PETALING JAYA: There’s something tantalising across the Causeway and it’s neither the food nor shopping in Johor Bahru. For a number of Singaporean retirees, it’s the lure of foreign prostitutes that keeps them coming for more.

In an article in The Star Online, that quoted the China Press, a street in Johor Bahru has been earning a reputation for itself as a “red-light district”, thanks to the many older men from Singapore who head there to meet prostitutes from Vietnam and China.

The meeting places are common coffee shops dotting the street, where girls decked in revealing attire, approach the “uncles” as they are called.
…another Singaporean, refusing to give his name, said he and his friends headed to Johor Bahru at least once a week in search of these women. He also said they typically spent between RM80-150 on the girls each time they met, depending on the girl’s age and how she looked.

19 June 2017

Penahanan warga asing itu menerusi serbuan di pusat hiburan di Kompleks Bebas Cukai Stulang Laut.


Mohd Sabran Md Sani

SERAMAI 69 warga asing berusia 15 hingga 41 tahun ditahan dalam Op Gegar oleh Jabatan Imigresen malam tadi.

Ketua Pengarahnya, Datuk Seri Mustafar Ali berkata, penahanan warga asing itu dilakukan menerusi serbuan di pusat hiburan Kompleks Bebas Cukai Stulang Laut, pada 11.30 malam.

Beliau berkata, 57 wanita ditahan itu membabitkan 53 wanita Vietnam, dua Indonesia dan masing-masing seorang Thailand dan China.


6 June 2017

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RTD Deputy Director-General and driving on the emergency lane.

Beware of motorcyclist vigilantes if you use the Emergency Lane!

The Emergency Lane is for emergencies.

Lorry driver kills three! On the Emergency Lane.

22 July 2017


Stop special treatment of lawbreaking VIPs

July 22, 2017

RTD’s Yusoff Ayob should have been severely punished for his traffic offence and for his arrogance.


If you are involved in a motor accident, you hope and pray that the emergency services can get to you on time to release you, if you are trapped in your vehicle, or to rush you to hospital for medical treatment.

That is one of the reasons for the existence of emergency lanes along our highways.
Fast forward to July 2017, and a news report enraged many Malaysians when they learnt that Yusoff Ayob, the deputy director-general of the Road Transport Department (RTD), had been let off lightly after he admitted to driving along the emergency lane of Lingkaran Putrajaya last Oct 7.

Not only has he brought disrepute to his department, especially as he was caught on film committing the offence, he sent a senior aide to represent him in court. That is sheer arrogance.

When did it become acceptable for someone accused of committing a crime to ask a proxy to take his place in court?

The implications of this deception, or misrepresentation, are wide. Ordinary people who are charged with a similar crime have to present themselves in court whether they like it or not. What makes Yusoff so special?
As a senior government official, Yusoff acted irresponsibly. What sort of message does this send to road users and the millions of young Malaysians who are now learning to drive and will soon get their licences?

Why was fined only RM600?
Why the double standard? Malaysian drivers are not known to be law abiding and there have been many calls for better enforcement of the law.

If Yusoff had to face a jail term, could he pay someone else to take his place behind bars?

To educate Malaysians, those in positions of responsibility have to set an example.

Mariam Mokhtar is an FMT columnist.

With a firm belief in freedom of expression and without prejudice, FMT tries its best to share reliable content from third parties. Such articles are strictly the writer’s personal opinion. FMT does not necessarily endorse the views or opinions given by any third party content provider.

21 July 2017

CJ directs RTD deputy DG’s case sent back to magistrate’s court

Chief Justice Md Raus Sharif has directed Road Transport Department (RTD) deputy director-general Yusoff Ayob’s traffic offence case be remitted back to the magistrate’s court.

The country’s top judge questioned how could someone plead guilty through a representative.

“Case has been sent back to magistrate’s court. How can you plead guilty by way of representation?” he asked at a Hari Raya function held at the Palace of Justice in Putrajaya today.

Federal Court registrar Latifah Mohd Tahir when met confirmed the case had been remitted to magistrate’s court and has now been fixed for mention on July 25.

19 July 2017

‘Stiffer penalties for RTD deputy DG if court knew of his post’

Koh Jun Lin

The Road Transport Department (RTD) deputy director-general Yusoff Ayob may have gotten stiffer penalties for driving on the emergency lane if his senior post was brought to the court’s attention.

Lawyer Syahredzan Johan said Yusoff was a senior official in the agency that was supposed to be enforcing the very same law that he was breaking, and this fact could have been raised in court as an aggravating factor in the case.

“At that particular hearing, the thing which I noticed was that the person who prosecuted the case did not actually inform the court or submitted in getting a higher sentence.

“(There are) certain aggravating factors. For example, the fact that this is actually an RTD officer – in fact a high-ranking RTD officer – so there should be a higher duty on him to ensure that he follows the law.

“As far as I’m concerned, I can’t recall any of these details being brought forward and informed to the magistrate. So, I can’t fault the magistrate for issuing that RM600 fine, because these are not things that were brought to her attention,” he told Malaysiakini when contacted.

Syahredzan was present during the proceedings against Yusoff, as he was attending another hearing that was taking place in the same court.

18 July 2017


Yusoff yang diwakili pegawai khasnya, mengaku bersalah melakukan kesalahan itu

TKP JPJ pun kena saman


Siti A’isyah Sukaimi

TIMBALAN Ketua Pengarah (Perancangan dan Operasi) Jabatan Pengangkutan Jalan (JPJ) Datuk Yusoff Ayob didenda RM600 di Mahkamah Majistret Putrajay, hari ini, atas kesalahan memandu di lorong kecemasan.

Yusoff iaitu Orang Kena Saman (OKS) tidak hadir ke mahkamah dan diwakili pegawai khasnya, mengaku bersalah melakukan kesalahan berkenaan.
Difahamkan, Yusoff tidak hadir ke mahkamah kerana menghadiri perhimpunan di Ibu Pejabat JPJ, Putrajaya.

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RTD deputy DG fined RM600 for driving on emergency lane

Koh Jun Lin

Road Transport Department (RTD) deputy director-general Yusoff Ayob today pleaded guilty in the Magistrate’s Court in Putrajaya to a charge of driving on the emergency lane.

Magistrate Nik Isfahanie Tasnim W Ab Rahman imposed a fine of RM600, or seven months’ imprisonment in default.

Yusoff, 58, allegedly committed the offence while driving the car, bearing the licence plate BLY69 along in Lingkaran Putrajaya at 6.27pm on Oct 7, 2016.

This is in violation of Rule 53(1) of the Road Traffic Rules 1959, and is, therefore, an offence under Section 119(1)(c) of the Road Transport Act 1957.

However, Yusoff was not present in court today. Instead, a person, said to be his special officer, pleaded guilty on Yusoff’s behalf.

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Fake news: Sex by roadside NOT in Penang. Perhaps in China or Taiwan…

18 July 2017


Cops seeking ‘reporter’ behind highway sex article

GEORGE TOWN: The police are trying to track down a “reporter” from an online portal who wrote a story about a couple having sex by the side of a highway in Changkat Kledang, Jawi near here.

Penang police chief Comm Datuk Chuah Ghee Lye said police investigations have revealed that the portal that ran the story, despite being named after the state, is not based in Malaysia.

“We discovered that the registered owner of the portal is based in Azerbaijan and the IP (Internet Protocol) address is in Pennsylvania, the United States.

“However, police are not dismissing the possibility that the person who wrote the report could be in Malaysia as most of the articles in the portal are about Penang,” he told reporters at the state police headquarters in Penang Road on Tuesday.

He said police are trying to trace the reporter to find out the authenticity of the report as the writer alleged that he approached the couple for confirmation in Jelutong.

“We will need to investigate the matter first. If the news is true, action will be taken on the couple for indecency.

“But if the portal reported fake news, then we will refer them to the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission,” he said, adding that the portal has not been accessible since Monday.




Penang couple apologise after they were caught having sex by side of motorway


16 July 2017 | MYT 9:47 PM

Picture of sex on Penang highway fake, say police


GEORGE TOWN: Police say a picture showing a couple engaged in sex beside a highway supposedly taken in Changkat Kledang in Jawi, Penang is fake.

Many netizens had reposted the picture which appeared in a report in without verification.

South Seberang Prai OCPD Supt Shafee Abdul Samad, who was shown the picture in a text message on Sunday, said the picture was not taken in Penang.

“No such thing. We don’t have a green fence,” he said referring to the green fence running along the middle of the highway shown in the picture which is not a feature of Malaysian highways.

The report claimed that the incident took place in Changkat Kledang in Jawi. This area is, however, a flat coastal area, whereas the picture shows an elevated highway crossing a gorge.

The picture shows a nude girl close to a metal sign riveted to a chain-link fence.

On digitally enhancing the picture, it was found that the sign contained red Chinese characters, possibly warning pedestrians not to step onto the highway, but the photo resolution is too low to read the Chinese writing.
No information on who owns the portal is supplied in the website.


18 July 2017

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PDRM: Incident Of Couple Having Sex By The Highway Did Not Happen In Penang

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Pakatan Harapan targets Johore: Laying siege to UMNO’s bastion…

GE 13
Barisan Nasional      Won 38 seats  Lost 12 seats
Pakatan Rakyat         Won 18 seats  Gained 12 seats


7 July 2017

Syed Saddiq: TMJ wants ‘cleansing’ of corrupt system


Johor Crown Prince Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim believes there is a dire need to “cleanse” the country of corruption, especially in his state.

This was related to Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) Youth head Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman during Tunku Ismail’s Hari Raya event recently.

“Tunku kept on stressing on the need to ‘clean up the system’ as a whole, not just cosmetic changes.

“In Johor for example, a former exco member was not spared from criminal prosecution for his misdeeds.

“The crackdowns on Jabatan Agama Islam Johor, corrupt businessmen and many more are all good indicators that corruption will never be tolerated in Johor,” recounted Syed Saddiq in a Facebook post today.

Syed Saddiq said the crown prince said “cleansing the system” would require courage, honesty and action.

“What I love about such advice was that it cuts across party lines… It applies to Umno, Bersatu, PKR and more… It applies to all Malaysians,” he said.

Syed Saddiq said that the most “profound” advice from the crown prince was that he not be “used” by those with vested interests.

Johor, from Umno’s stronghold to battleground for survival

Liew Chin Tong


COMMENT | Over the last weekend, Johor was visibly the most important political battleground between Pakatan Harapan and BN that carried with it very interesting messages.

On Pakatan Harapan’s side, former premier Dr Mahathir Mohamad delivered his first speech as Pakatan Harapan’s newly appointed chairperson – a fact that he noted at the start of his speech – in Kota Tinggi on July 15.

The event in the Umno stronghold was organised by NGO Anak and attended by a multi-ethnic crowd of 3,000 – a huge crowd for a small town that most consider to be one of the safest Umno seats. Parti Amanah Negara president Mat Sabu, PKR secretary-general Saifuddin Nasution and myself (representing DAP parliamentary leader Lim Kit Siang) attended as well.

The day before that, on July 14, Amanah held its well-attended state-wide Hari Raya open house in Batu Pahat while Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia president Muhyiddin Yassin had his Pagoh constituency open house the next day. PKR’s Hari Raya events in Ledang and Pasir Gudang on July 16 were attended by its deputy president Azmin Ali. DAP national publicity secretary Tony Pua also toured the state during the weekend to discuss the 1MDB scandal with ordinary Johoreans.

In Kota Tinggi, I noted in my speech that Dr Mahathir and Harapan leaders “attacked” one of the strongest of Umno strongholds, while Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak was in Johor to defend another Umno’s safe seat of Sembrong – a telltale sign of our times.

Umno’s vote share in Kota Tinggi and Sembrong in the last general election was 82.4% and 63.7% respectively. Kota Tinggi has 86% Malay, 11% Chinese and 2% Indian voters. Sembrong has 58% Malay, 31% Chinese and 9% Indian voters.
Both Sembrong and Kota Tinggi were not in my list of 10 seats that Pakatan Harapan deems it has a fighting chance to win. However, gauging from the positive responses in Kota Tinggi and the panicking psyche of Najib and his associates as revealed in the Sembrong event, Johor is probably the most important national battleground in the upcoming general election.


Last Updated 2nd July, 2017, 9:08 AM

Berita Daily

The 15 seats Pakatan wants to grab from BN in Johor


JOHOR BARU: Pakatan Harapan has previously stated it is confident of wrestling 15 parliamentary seats marginally won by BN in Johor in the next general election.

The seats are Labis, Segamat, Sekijang, Muar, Ledang, Pagoh, Pasir Gudang, Pulai, Johor Bahru, Terbrau, Simpang Renggam, Ayer Hitam, Tanjung Piai, Sri Gading and Parit Sulong.

These are part of 26 parliamentary seats up for contest in Johor, from the total 100 seats offered in the Peninsular.

Nationwide there are 222 parliamentary seats currently.

At a glance, these 15 seat mentioned above were won by BN with around 10% majority.

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That sinking feeling in Kuantan…

17 July 2017


Sinkhole swallows car after water pipe bursts near Indera Mahkota


KUANTAN: A car fell into a sinkhole that was formed following a burst pipe incident near Bunga Cengkih roundabout in Indera Mahkota, here, today.

The driver of the Perodua Viva, who was travelling alone, had attempted to wade through the water, thinking it was not too deep, before ending up sliding into the three-metre deep hole.

Part of the road had earlier collapsed due to flooding caused by the burst water pipe.

Some motorists behind the Viva were sent into panic while others ran to assist the unlucky driver.

A motorist, Siti Nurfatimah Zainol, 19, who was trailing the Viva, said she immediately slammed the brakes when she saw the car sliding into the hole.

“It was scary, luckily I managed to stop the car in time or else I would have crashed into the Viva and suffered the same fate,” she said.

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Jamal Yunos wants to be Boss of UMNO Youth…

Is he looking for more recruits for his Red-Shirt demonstrations?

25 July 2017

Jamal right person for Najib’s Umno, say ex-Umno ministers

July 25, 2017

Former information minister Zainuddin Maidin says Red Shirts leader Jamal Yunos fits the bill to provide brave and provocative ‘samseng’ leadership that Umno needs now.

PETALING JAYA: Two former ministers have welcomed Sungai Besar Umno division chief Jamal Yunos’ offer to lead Umno Youth, saying it was time the wing was led by someone who understood the grassroots.

Former minister Sanusi Junid said he was not surprised by Jamal’s recent announcement expressing his interest for the post of Umno Youth leader.

The former Kedah menteri besar said Jamal leading Umno Youth would better reflect the party’s central leadership under Najib Razak.

“It starts from the top. If Najib can be president of Umno, it is not surprising that anyone else will harbour such an ambition.

“Jamal could be one of them,” said Sanusi, who quickly added that he was no longer interested in Umno’s affairs.

Former information minister Zainuddin Maidin said Jamal’s image as a “provocative” leader made him more in tune with the grassroots, unlike current Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin.

“Umno needs the leadership of a ‘samseng’ (thug). A very brave and very provocative leader,” said Zainuddin, adding that Khairy “doesn’t know how to play grassroots politics”.

21 July 2017

Jamal says he’s worthy replacement for KJ, will reveal credentials Sunday

Shakira Buang

Umno Sungai Besar chief Jamal Md Yunos today said he has the right to nominate himself to compete for the Umno Youth chief’s position and replace Khairy Jamaluddin.
“I will show my profile to all, there,” he said.

Earlier, Jamal, who is notorious for his outrageous stunts against the Selangor state government, “took” opposition leader Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail – or rather a cut-out of her, for a ride on the MRT, from the Kajang stadium station to the Sungai Buloh terminal.

19 July 2017

Future Boss of UMNO Youth speaks up for Boss of UMNO

PM has better things to do, Umno leaders tell Mahathir

July 19, 2017

Only ‘mental’ people will attend former PM’s ‘Nothing to Hide’ forum, says Sungai Besar Umno division chief.

ETALING JAYA: Unlike Dr Mahathir Mohamad, whose only task is to take down the Barisan Nasional (BN) government, Prime Minister Najib Razak is responsible for the development of the country and the welfare of its people, says Sungai Besar Umno division chief Jamal Md Yunos.

Hence, he said there was no need for Najib to “waste his time” by attending Mahathir’s “Nothing to Hide” forum.

“I want to inform him that what’s more important to Najib is his focus on developing the country. His responsibility as the prime minister does not include entertaining irrelevant matters.

“Besides, he has already addressed the (United States) Department of Justice (DoJ) lawsuits and the RM2.6 billion issue.

“These people, no matter what the explanation given, no matter what evidence is put forward, they will not be satisfied as long as Najib is not taken down,” he told FMT.

He said if Najib was a man with Mahathir’s character, the Pakatan Harapan chairman would now be behind bars for attempting to topple a democratically elected government.

It was a clear breach of the law, he said.

“But because Najib is a gentle, kind, and well-mannered man, he just ignored Mahathir.”

According to Jamal, who recently announced his intention to contest for the post of Umno Youth chief, those who planned to attend the forum were “mental”.

“Their brain is unwell, for trying to change a good government to one which is uncertain in its capability.”

18 July 2017

Great idea, Mukhriz oozes sarcasm of Jamal as Umno Youth chief

July 18, 2017

PPBM deputy president says Jamal Yunos’ decision to contest for the post indicates the departure of intellectuals and professionals from Umno Youth.


KUALA LUMPUR: PPBM deputy president Mukhriz Mahathir today sarcastically applauded colourful politician Jamal Yunos’ intention to contest for the Umno Youth chief post.

“It’s a great idea. I would support it 100% if I was still in Umno,” Mukhriz, who had contested the post in 2009, told FMT at the Kuala Lumpur High Court here.

The former Kedah menteri besar, however, felt that Jamal’s decision to offer himself as a candidate also indicated the direction in which Umno Youth was heading. It showed the inability of the movement to attract intellectuals or those concerned with the country’s future, he said.

“On the other hand, PPBM is attracting intellectuals and professionals and doing so in big numbers.

“So, I suppose, there’s no one left in Umno Youth,” he said, seeming to suggest that many PPBM members had come from Umno.

17 July 2017


Nazri: Jamal a good candidate for next Umno Youth chief

Umno supreme council member Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz feels that Sungai Besar Umno chief Jamal Md Yunos is a good candidate for the post of Umno Youth chief.

This is so if incumbent Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin has no intention of retaining his post in the next party elections.

“Why not? If Khairy does not accept his post as youth chief (in the next Umno polls), then Jamal can go (for the post). What’s the problem? I think he is a good candidate.

“If he comes to see me, I will support him. But, he hasn’t come to see me. That’s his right,” he said at a press conference in Kuala Lumpur today.

“Is he a DAP member? No. If he is an Umno member, it is okay,” he added.

Jamal sets his sights on replacing KJ as Umno Youth chief


Sungai Besar Umno chief Jamal Md Yunos has expressed his desire to contest for the party’s Youth chief post to replace incumbent Khairy Jamaluddin after the next general election.

According to the vocal politician, this might be an option if there is no seat for him to contest in the coming general election.

“If YB Budiman (Mohd Zohdi) contests for the Sungai Besar parliamentary seat, Datuk Imran (Tamrin) for the Sungai Panjang state seat and Cikgu Samad (Wahab) stands in the Sekinchan state seat, where can the Sungai Besar Umno division chief contest?

“If there is no place (to contest) in Sungai Besar, the division chief (Jamal) wants to contest for the Umno Youth chief post,” he was quoted as saying by Sinar Harian today.

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Malaysia Today: Police in Manchester, UK told RPK to cease writing about Sarawak Report’s Clare Rewcastle-Brown or face arrest…

16 July 2017

I suffered racial abuse because of Raja Petra’s articles, says Sarawak Report editor

Looi Sue-Chern

SARAWAK Report editor Clare Rewcastle-Brown faced racial abuse following the articles written by blogger Raja Petra Kamaruddin, prompting her to go to the police for help.

The editor of the whistleblower website told The Malaysian Insight that the articles also incited readers to hate her on religious and racial grounds.

Rewcastle-Brown recently lodged a complaint against Raja Petra in the United Kingdom. Police later warned the blogger to stop writing about her.

She told The Malaysian Insight that she would let the police handle the matter.

“I do not wish to elaborate on matters which are already being handled by the police, except to say that these posts extended to racist abuses and incitement of hatred on religious and racial grounds.

“This goes beyond the bounds of frequent libel on this site, which RPK now admits he is responsible for,” she told The Malaysian Insight via email.

She did not want to comment on the racial abuses but, instead, attached an article in her email to The Malaysian Insight, showing a June 29 report of Raja Petra’s allegations against her and Sarawak Report.

15 July 2017


Bankrupt fugitive Raja Petra Kamarudin (RPK) warned to stop harassing Claire Rewcastle of Sarawak Report.



Clare Rewcastle Brown sends London Police to RPK’s house

Today, the Manchester Police went to Raja Petra Kamarudin’s house to inform him that a complaint has been lodged against him regarding the articles he has been writing about Clare Rewcastle Brown. The notice (SEE BELOW) was served on RPK and he was told that from hereon if he writes any further articles about Clare or mentions her name in any article then he will be arrested and charged in court.

RPK then asked the police about the articles Clare has been writing about other people, such as about Malaysia’s Prime Minister, Najib Tun Razak. The police said that has nothing to do with them and if the Prime Minister feels he is also being harassed then he can lodge his complaint with the London Metro Police as well.

RPK was warned that he ignores this notice at his own peril and if he continues writing about Clare or mentions her name again then the police will take action against him, which will mean he would be charged in court and will have to face whatever consequences of his action.
RPK told the police he is not going to stop writing about Clare or stop mentioning her name. The police told RPK he will then have to face arrest and RPK replied that he has been arrested many times before this for writing and one more arrest is really not a big deal.

Knowing RPK and how stubborn he is, he might just defy the police order and continue writing even if that means he will be arrested and will be sent to jail. Meanwhile, expect even more articles from Sarawak Report alleging that the Malaysian Prime Minister and his wife are thieves because in the UK they practice freedom of speech…unless someone lodges a police report alleging that what you write about him or her is putting him or her under stress and he or she cannot sleep at night.


UK police instruct RPK to cease writing about Clare Rewcastle-Brown


KUALA LUMPUR: Manchester Police yesterday served blogger Raja Petra Kamarudin (RPK) with a notice to refrain from writing about Sarawak Report founder Clare Rewcastle-Brown.

According to a report by online portal Malaysia Today, UK-based RPK was told by police that he will be arrested and charged in court if he continues to write articles about Rewcastle-Brown.

In response, RPK pointed to the fact that Rewcastle-Brown continues to write about other people, such as Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak.

“The police said that that has nothing to do with them, and if Najib feels he is also being harassed, then he can lodge his complaint with the London Metro Police too,” the report said.

The police told RPK that Rewcastle-Brown was suffering from stress due to his writings about her.

“So, from today (onwards), if you want to read about her, you will need to go to The Third Force at, although she can continue to say whatever she wants about Najib and his wife, Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor,” Malaysia Today said.

RPK had reportedly told the police that he will not stop writing about Rewcastle-Brown, and that getting arrested by the police is “really not a big deal,” as he has been arrested many times before for his writings.

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Watch: When Dr Mahathir accidentally names Mat Sabu as Umno president…



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Mahathir accidentally names Mat Sabu as Umno president

Published on Jul 13, 2017

Watch newly-appointed Harapan chairperson Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s hilarious reaction when he accidentally names Parti Amanah Negara president Mohamad Sabu as Umno president.


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#SareeGate2017: The school that banned the saree, traditional dress of Indian women…

#SareeGate Ipoh City Council

On 11 July, Sekolah Kebangsaan Seri Cheras, Petaling Jaya, stated in its invitation letter that the saree was banned at its Aidilfitri gathering which will be held at the school’s grounds on 14 July 2017.


It has now apologised and retracted its ban on students wearing sarees at the Aidilfitri gathering.

14 July 2017


Malaysia is going to celebrate 60th Independence Day & yet disheartening to read insensitivity of people/institutions on wearing Saree!



Shock over students not knowing about sarees

Moderation advocate Anas Zubedy, UCSI professor Tajuddin Rasdi and PAGE head Noor Azimah Rahim are concerned over principal’s rationale for initially banning sarees.


PETALING JAYA: A principal’s explanation as to why her school had initially decided not to allow its students to wear sarees to an Aidilfitri gathering, has raised some concerns among various groups.

On Thursday, Sekolah Kebangsaan Seri Cheras headmistress Maznah Latif had said the ban came following an incident last year when other students had started laughing at girls who wore sarees to the school’s Aidilfitri gathering.

“They didn’t understand that it was their traditional dress and we explained the situation but we didn’t want the same thing to happen this year,” she told FMT.

The school has since apologised and retracted the ban.

However, three prominent voices on education in the country are surprised that there are students who were not aware of the saree being the traditional attire won by Indian women.

Moderation advocate Anas Zubedy, UCSI professor Tajuddin Rasdi and Parent Action Group for Education (PAGE) head Noor Azimah Rahim all agreed that if it were true that the students were ignorant about the universally-recognised Indian saree, then Malaysians should be “worried”.

Anas stressed that it was important for schools to ensure that students are provided with avenues to get to know more about the cultures and basic traditions of other ethnic groups.
Meanwhile, Tajuddin said if what the principal said was true then the country has to admit that the education system has failed.

“The Razak Report says that the main aim of education is the integration of society. If it’s true that there are students who don’t know what a saree is then we are in big trouble,” he said.
Meanwhile, Azimah urged teachers to play their part in inculcating mutual respect among students and avoid taking extreme measures to solve crisis.

“We should not take extreme measures by banning some traditional wear just because a few kids make fun of it. The teachers should play their part in reasoning it to the kids as to why the saree looks like that.

“The children only need to understand about the diversities of our country,” she said, adding that the ban was unnecessary.




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