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Ahad, 23 Oktober 2011

Saudi Crown Prince Sultan bin Abdul Aziz Died.

Saudi Crown Prince Sultan bin Abdul Aziz has died, the palace announced Saturday, leaving his brother Prince Nayef the likely successor to ailing King Abdullah at a time of Middle East turmoil.
The crown prince, aged 80 according to government records, served as the oil kingpin's defence minister for nearly five decades and had been in the United States since mid-June for medical treatment. He was operated on in July.
A half brother of King Abdullah, Sultan spent long periods abroad for undisclosed medical treatment.
A Western diplomat, speaking to AFP on condition of anonymity, said Prince Sultan had been hooked up to life support systems at New York Presbyterian hospital and was declared "clinically dead" more than a month ago.
Condolences flooded into the kingdom from world leaders as news of the prince's death was confirmed.
US President Barack Obama expressed "great regret" over the death of the prince, whom he described as a "strong supporter of the deep and enduring partnership between our two countries forged almost seven decades ago."
"On behalf of the American people, I extend my deepest condolences to King Abdullah, the royal family, and the people of Saudi Arabia."
In Jordan, King Abdullah II opened a World Economic Forum with a minute of silence in the late prince's honour, hailing him as a "champion of the Arab and Muslim cause."
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron said he was "saddened" to hear of Sultan's death.
"He had many friends in this country, and we have all benefited from his wisdom and expertise in international affairs over his long years of service," the prime minister said.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, despite strains in ties with Riyadh over his security forces' deadly crackdown on anti-regime protests, also sent condolences to the king.
And Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi sent condolences, expressing "sympathy to his counterpart and the deceased's next of kin," media reported.
Tensions between Sunni Saudi Arabia and Shiite Iran are running high as a result of US allegations that Iranian officials plotted to assassinate the Saudi ambassador to Washington.
Though Iran has fiercely denied the accusations, Saudi Arabia has accepted them and warned it was mulling "a suitable response."
Sultan died while King Abdullah, himself 87, was in hospital in Riyadh, recovering from an operation on his back on Monday.
Later on Saturday, the royal palace announced that the king had left the hospital and returned to the palace, where he would undergo further treatment.
The king underwent an operation in November for a debilitating herniated disc complicated by a blood clot, that put pressure on his spine, and he underwent further surgery in December.
The latest operation was aimed at repairing a slackening ligament near the third vertebra that state media said was successful.
The advanced age and failing health of the king and of his half-brothers in line to succeed him have raised concerns about the future of the oil giant in the face of the turmoil rocking the Arab world.
The Al-Saud family has ruled Saudi Arabia ever since the kingdom's establishment in 1932 and, under its rules of succession, the throne passes in turn to the sons of its founder Abdul Aziz, all of whom are now elderly.
Prince Nayef, who is expected to become crown prince, is 78 and was named second deputy premier in March 2009, filling a potential void in the succession lineup.
Another half-brother of King Abdullah, he holds the interior portfolio.
"There is only one candidate who has all the possibilities of becoming crown prince: Prince Nayef," Abdul Aziz al-Sager, chairman of the Gulf Research Centre, told AFP.
Khaled Dakhil, a political science professor at King Saud University, said the "most prominent candidate to inherit the throne is Prince Nayef."
"The choice should not take long, if it hasn't been made already, because the members of prince Sultan's family knew his health was very bad."
Except for a few demonstrations by the Shiite minority in eastern Saudi Arabia, the Sunni-dominated absolute monarchy has been largely spared the wave of pro-democracy protests sweeping other Arab countries.
But it has felt increasingly threatened by the growing influence in the region of its Shiite arch-rival Iran, which Riyadh accuses of sowing sectarian tensions.
In March, Riyadh spearheaded a military intervention by Sunni-ruled Gulf states in Bahrain as its Sunni ruling family crushed month-long pro-democracy protests led by the island state's Shiite majority.
Prince Sultan's funeral is to be held on Tuesday after his body has been repatriated from the United States.
Sultan had battled colon cancer since 2004, going to Switzerland and then the United States to seek treatment, according to diplomats.
His long illness and absences abroad held up important government decisions while raising questions about how the monarchy would take shape in the next generation of the Al-Saud family.

Jumaat, 21 Oktober 2011

Malaysia negara demokrasi atau DEMO KASI






Al kisahnya di Malaysia sekarang heboh diperbahaskan tentang pengantungan tugas Prof Dr Aziz Bari dari UIA,rententan dari itu hari ini para mahasiswa di UIA telah mengadakan himpunan bagi menyatakan sokongan terhadap Dr Aziz Bari dan mendesak supaya UIA menarik balik keputusan tersebut.Pengantungan tersebut adalah kesinabungan kenyataan Prof tentang titah di raja dalam isu JAIS menahan saudara Bob Lokman yang tidak mempunyai tauliah menyampaikan kuliah agama baru-baru ini.Sejak bila pandangan peribadi terhadap sesuatu isu di kira salah,mungkin sebab isu tersebut terkena batang hidung mereka sendiri  itulah sebab kita tengok dan lihat sekarang bermacam2 akta sudah keluar dan diwartakan bagi menghalang rakyat dari bercakap,adakah ini yang dikatakan demokrasi berpelembagaan.Pi rahhhh dengan semua auta puak2 haram jadah ni.Bila pemuda2 dan mahasiswa demo depa kata haram tapi bila depa anjurkan Parti,konsert halal pulak.ini hukum puak2 sekular yang buat untuk bagi semua pemuda lalai dan berseronok sepanjang masa tanpa dok pikiaq apa akan jadi dengan masa depan negara.jadi boleh lah puak2 depa dok kaut sekala hasil masyul negara.Apapun sekiranya tiada kesedaran di kalangan OTAI2 Umno,negara akan terus tergadai dan akhir sekali akan muflis seperti Grecce,aci tengok kalau hangpa tak mau lagi berubah.Apapun JOM UBAH SEBELUM PARAH,MESTI MARI PUNYA

Khamis, 20 Oktober 2011

Kolonel Muamaar Ghadafi Mati ditangan rakyatnya sendiri


Hari ini tercatat sejarah Libya apabila presiden Muamaar Ghadafi mati ditangan rakyatnya sendiri,beliau ditembak di bandar kelahirannya Misrata  pada hari ini,gambar beliau ditembak di masjid disiarkan oleh Tv Al Jazzera di Oman dan seluruh timur tengah.Terdapat pelbagai cerita mengenai kekejaman Ghadafi terhadap rakyat Libya tetapi adakah benar ataupun propaganda Amerika yang mahu melihat pemimpin tersebut lenyap dari muka bumi ini pun boleh jadi jugak.Ghadafi merupakan pemimpin yang berani menentang Amerika dan seterusnya menjadikan Amerika musuh nombor satu Libya yang mana kita tahu merupakan pengeluar minyak yang terbesar di dunia dan minyak dari negara tersebut adalah minyak yang mempunyai kualiti yang terbaik.mungkin ada benarnya tetapi hari ini kita disogokkan dengan berita2 yang menyatakan Ghadafi kejam terhadap rakyatnya.Waallahuaklam,apa pun Al fatehah kepada beliau dan hanya Allah yang berhak menjatuhkan hukum kepada beliau.