|MUSUH ISLAM MULA MENCATUR DAN MENGHALA|
MALAYSIA KE JURANG YANG MEREKA SEDIAKAN.
NAMUN DOA BERTERUSAN UMAT ISLAM BAKAL
MERANAPKAN MEREKA TANPA EHSAN
Syukur kehadrat Illahi, melalui doa yang dipost dihari Jumaat yang lalu serta penulisan berhubung insiden MH370 B777-200 yang saya mengatakan kejadian ini didalangi olih US, dengan kerendahan hati memohon agar Allah SWT menurunkan 'petanda' untuk menenangkan hati diatas kejahatan tangan-tangan ghaib , akhirnya, petanda itu diperturunkan, untuk memujuk hati ini. Diatas kejahatan yang dilakukan, Allah SWT membalasnya dengan 'cepat'.
Diantara bait-baik doa yang dipanjatkan kepada Allah SWT :-
Ya Allah Ya Rahman Ya Rahim tunjukkan lah kebenaran ini dengan Tentera Tentera Kau, kau hancur luluhkan musuh-musuh kami dan lumatkanlah tanah-tanah mereka dengan 'angin angin' tiupan' kekuasaan Mu, kau terbalikanlah tanah-tanah musuh musuh kami, Kau cucilah tanah tanah mereka dengan gelombang yang mereka takutkan serta kau runtuhkanlah penghadang-penghadang tempat mereka berlindung.
Ya Allah Ya Rahman Ya Rahim Jumaat yang Kau limpahi ini, Kau berikanlah petunjuk kepada kami bagi 'meredakan'kan kepayahan ini.
Washington digemparkan dengan tanah runtuh dan meragut 200 nyawa penduduknya namun berita gempar ini tidak diberikan keutamaan olih CNN mahupun yang setara dengannya. Yang dikabarkan hanya 14 nyawa terkorban bukannya 200 orang. Itulah penipuan yang sebenar penipu. Inshaallah, akan banyak lagi 'malapetaka' bakal didepani olih US kerana 'muslihat' jahatnya.
rujuk disini :- .wordpress.comemsnews/2014/03/25/virtually-no-headline-news-about-nearly-200-dead-americans-from-landslide-in-washington/
Washington paper says MH370 saga shows Malaysia must be more open
A strongly-worded editorial from Washington Post today put the entire saga of the plane's disappearance and Malaysia's handling of the search as an unfolding disaster that reflects the country's need for immediate change.
"It is entirely premature to say what happened to the airplane. But it is not too early for Malaysia’s leaders to draw lessons from their unsteady performance of recent weeks and commit themselves to transparency and openness.
"Their alternative is not working," said the editorial headlined "Malaysia’s airliner response exposes a ruling malaise".
The six-paragraph article written by the paper's editorial board sketched out what it felt was wrong about Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak's announcement last night on the lost MAS plane's last position and the airline's statement on the matter.
"If you are perplexed by Monday’s announcement on the missing Malaysian airliner, no wonder.
"Prime Minister Najib Razak declared that the flight “ended” in the southern Indian Ocean, and the state-owned airline said that “we have to assume beyond a reasonable doubt” that the plane went down in the ocean, far off its course to Beijing.
"Both announcements were vague; neither said much about why or how," it said.
The editorial described the Malaysian government as being "ham-handed" in its dealings with grieving families and the global glare of attention since the plane carrying 239 people on board went missing on March 8 while enroute to Beijing.
It charged that the government delayed for hours saying anything after the plane first vanished, "and over the next few weeks much of the information it disseminated was conflicting, wrong or misleading".
"Such a bizarre disaster would be difficult for any government to deal with, and a fair amount of uncertainty and confusion is expected.
"But the Malaysian government has shown signs of a deeper malaise that comes from a half century of rule without challenge or transparency," the Washington Post editorial said.
The paper noted that when Najib was about to make a statement recently, the prime minister's spokesperson had told reporters there would be no questions.
"According to Joshua Kurlantzick of the Council on Foreign Relations, writing in Bloomberg Businessweek, when reporters pressed for more access, the reply came back: “Go watch a movie.”
"When China, no champion of transparency, complains — as it did recently, asking for 'more thorough and accurate information' from Malaysia — you know the depth of the problem," the paper said.
The Washington Post editorial pointed out that Malaysia had been ruled by the same governing coalition since independence and had enjoyed strong economic growth.
"We had hopes before last year’s election that, if the vote was free and fair, the country would be on a path toward a more competitive democracy.
"Mr. Najib has taken steps toward modernisation and reform, but the election fell short," it said.
The influential US paper said Najib’s ruling coalition won a majority of seats in parliament "largely through gerrymandered districts, while the opposition coalition led by Anwar Ibrahim won a popular majority and disputed the outcome".
"Clearly there is rising popular discontent with corruption, authoritarianism and ethnic favouritism of the ruling powers.
"It is especially disturbing that the government has renewed its politically motivated prosecution of Mr. Anwar on dubious charges of sodomy in order to sideline him from politics," it said, referring to the May 7 appeals court ruling that jailed Anwar for five years after overturning a 2012 acquittal.
"The use of the sodomy charge is shameful and archaic, but as Graeme Reid of Human Rights Watch pointed out this month in Foreign Policy, if upheld, it could effectively remove Mr. Anwar from politics for 10 years.
"Malaysia should not tolerate this brazen manipulation," the paper said. – March 25, 2014.
INI YANG MEREKA RANCANGKAN
Kesan kebencian yang ditanam dipemikiran rakyat China olih 'tangan-tangan' ghaib agar kesan secara langsung bakal 'tertimpa' kepada negara kita.
KESAN KETARA YANG BAKAL MALAYSIA LALUI
Eleven Chinese travel agents told Reuters that bookings between China and Malaysia had fallen severely, and that many people have cancelled their trips, amid anger at the perceived lack of information provided by the Malaysian government to passengers' families.
"We used to have 30 to 40 customers a month for group tours to Singapore, Malaysia, and Thailand. Now there is no one asking about this route or booking," a travel agent surnamed Chen told Reuters by telephone.
"Tourists don't even consider going there. Many also have a negative impression of the country now," said Chen with Comfort Travel, in the southern city of Guangzhou, which focuses heavily on Southeast Asia tours.
The slowdown in Chinese travel could hurt Malaysia's goal of boosting tourism, though the impact on the economy may be limited. Chinese tourist arrivals account for about 12 percent of Malaysia's total tourists and 0.4 percent of the country's gross domestic product, Bank of America Merrill Lynch said in a note.
Malaysia has targeted 28 million tourists this year and RM76 billion in receipts.
Some Chinese travel agencies have cancelled group trips to Malaysia and stopped promoting cut-price tickets for fear of angering customers.
"The Malaysia Airlines incident involves national sentiment. If we go against the trend now, I'm afraid it will be provocative," said a travel agent surnamed Xu with another firm.
According to an online poll on Sina's news website, 77.5% of more than 21,000 participants said the MH370 furore would influence their decision on travelling in Malaysia.
Permintaan ekspot minyak sawit ke China bakal 'jatuh merudum' seperti yang mereka mahukan.