Sunday, February 28, 2010
Monday, February 22, 2010
The Women, Family and Community Development Ministry, through the Secretariat of Advocacy and Empowerment of Muslim Women, will organise an international conference on the sentence of caning , said minister Shahrizat Abdul Jalil.
"We can share ideas and practices and gain in-depth knowledge on how each country views the caning sentence," she said.
Shahrizat also extended an invitation to Oman's Social Development Minister Sharifa Khalfan Al Yahyaeiyah to attend the conference as one of the speakers.
(TRYING TO GAIN SUPPORT FROM THE MIDDLE EASTERN ARABIAN COUNTRY BUT........ GET THIS........ PREPARE!!!!!!!!!!!!)
Meanwhile, Sharifa said Oman has no provisions for the caning sentence either under Syariah or civil law. (ANY BLUNDER BIGGER THAN THIS???????????????)
Saturday, February 13, 2010
Thursday, February 04, 2010
I am amazed and puzzled by what I read in some prosecution case here. The prosecution apparently can suppress or not disclosing evidence or documents related to the case. Wouldn't this be unfair to the party being on trial? For example if a person on trial for stealing in a convenience store and prosecutor had a CCTV video of it, can they refuse to release the evidence when the defense request it? It totally baffles me.
Well, internet do enlighten us. Read Art Harun's post here on my question.
Wednesday, February 03, 2010
Petronas is the aorta for Malaysia, the biggest artery that sends oxygen to our brain.
Let's pray that the duck that lay golden eggs is not being harmed.
(well... I dare not use the word kill... can't imagine what will happen)
Well, look at our Malaysian politics then. nggak banyak bedanya!!!!! (not much difference!!!!!)