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Saturday, March 25, 2017

London Attacker Spent Two Years In Saudi (Between 2005 to 2015)

British emergency services trying to save the life of  terrorist who had just killed 5 people

Khalid Masood who killed four people was in Saudi three times 
from Nov 2005 to Nov 2006
from April 2008 to April 2009.
returned for six days in March, 2015 

how he became radicalized aren’t clear. 
His time in Saudi Arabia may provide clues

ISIS claimed responsibility for attack

Masood drove SUV on Wed striking pedestrians
attacked police officer, fatally stabbing him 
before being shot dead by police

killed four people,  > two dozen hospitalized
some with catastrophic injuries

Masood 52 had arrest record dating to 1983 
in 2000 slashed man after drinking four pints

My comments : Its just yet another coincidence. Nothing more than that. 

15 of the 19 hijackers on 9-11 were Saudis. 
The ISIS is funded by Saudis. 
Wahhabism / Salafism is from Saudi.  

Now this ISIS terrorist who killed five people in London also lived and worked in Saudi for a couple of years. 

He travelled to Saudi three times, the last being in 2015.  

Its all just a huge coincidence. 

Escalator reverses direction, injures 18 in Hong Kong

The escalator was going up before suddenly going backwards, throwing shoppers off balance.
PETALING JAYA: At least 18 people were injured after the steps on one of Hong Kong’s longest indoor escalators abruptly slid backwards this afternoon.
According to Apple Daily, 14 women and four men were injured, some with head injuries.
The 45m-long escalator links the fourth and eighth floors of Langham Place. It is one of the longest in Hong Kong.
Video footage showed it moving upwards, before suddenly going backwards, throwing shoppers off balance about 4pm. Some hung on to the handrail.
The escalator was last inspected on Jan 27. The last routine inspection was on Thursday.
Langham Place, completed in 2004, gets more than 200,000 visitors each day.
One of those injured, a woman, told reporters the escalator was going at twice its normal speed when the incident happened. It lasted less than a minute. -FMT

Broiler chicken, eggs safe, assures Veterinary Department

No sign of the bird flu, confined to Kelantan, spreading to humans, says health ministry.
PUTRAJAYA: Broiler chickens and eggs available in the market are safe for consumption as the products are supplied by the country’s chicken breeders and operators, and are certified free from H5N1 avian flu, says the Veterinary Services Department.
It said the breeders and operators were constantly monitoring the situation and imposing control on the birds’ movement in their respective states.
“The level of preparation in other states (except for Kelantan) which remain free (from H5N1) is at an all-time high,” it added in a statement here today.
According to the statement, the H5N1 outbreak was currently being controlled within a 30km radius from Kampung Pulau Tebu (the location where the outbreak was detected), involving six jurisdictions in Kelantan, namely Kota Bharu, Pasir Mas, Pasir Puteh, Tumpat, Tanah Merah and Bachok.
“A total of 121 birds and 31 eggs had been culled in a culling exercise at 18 locations yesterday, while three chickens were seized in the inspection on 208 vehicles in the state.
“The culling exercise continues at other locations. In total, 37,862 of birds and 15,450 eggs had been culled so far. In addition, 3,602 samples from 613 bird owners had been taken,” said the department.
Deputy Minister, Datuk Seri Dr Hilmi Yahaya today confirmed that there was no H5N1 infection from chicken on humans reported in Kelantan so far and advised members of the public not to panic.
The infection had also not spread to neighbouring Terengganu.
On March 15, the Kelantan government declared H5N1 as a state disaster. -FMT

Cops deny Tioman female tourist raped by tourist guides

According to viral postings on social media, tour guides on the island targeted female tourists who wore sexy clothes.
KUANTAN: Police have denied news reports which went viral on the social media that a female tourist was raped or assaulted by tour guides on Pulau Tioman here.
Rompin police chief DSP Azli Mohd Noor said there had been no report on such an incident.
He said according to the false viral report, tour guides on the island targeted female tourists who wore sexy clothes to rape or assault them, especially those who came alone or with other female friends.
“The police have investigated the allegation and found it to be untrue.
“We take a serious view of the spread of such false news as it is clearly aimed at jeopardising the tourism economy and objectives of Visit Pahang Year 2017,” he told Bernama when contacted here today. -FMT

Report against Amanah for using Nik Aziz’s name in seminar

Nik Aziz’s family considers it an insult to the late tok guru, ‘who always was consistent in his PAS struggle when he was alive’.
KOTA BHARU: A police report was lodged by a family member of former Kelantan menteri besar and PAS spiritual leader, the late Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat, today against Parti Amanah Negara (Amanah).
PAS Youth chief Nik Mohamad Abduh Nik Abdul Aziz said the report was lodged by his brother, Nik Adli, at the Kota Bharu district police headquarters in Pengkalan Chepa near here at 10.30 am.
He said it was over a seminar organised by Amanah which used their late father’s name and regarded it as an insult to Nik Aziz, who had always been consistent in his PAS struggle when he was alive.
“Amanah wants to organise a seminar using tok guru’s (the late Nik Abdul Aziz) name and the party claims that my late father would support Amanah, if he is alive.
“I regard this as an insult to my late father,” he told a media conference at his family home in Pulau Melaka here today.
Nik Abduh said the family would not hesitate to take legal action against Amanah if the party leaders continued to use Nik Aziz’s name for their political interests.
Amanah, through its website at http://amanahdaily.com on last March 20 posted that the party was organising a seminar “Pemikiran Tuan Guru Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat” on this April 9 at the Kuala Lumpur and Selangor Chinese Assembly hall in Kuala Lumpur. -FMT

Is BN afraid of Kit Siang, asks DAP

DAP national organising secretary Anthony Loke reminds Rahman Dahlan that DAP's internal party matters are none of his business.
PETALING JAYA: If Lim Kit Siang’s support is really fading within DAP, then BN should just seize the opportunity and take him on in the upcoming polls, Seremban MP Anthony Loke said.
Loke was responding to earlier remarks by Umno minister Abdul Rahman Dahlan who claimed there were internal problems within DAP that had led party members to begin rejecting Lim.
Rahman had called for Lim’s retirement, pointing out that DAP members were sick of being under his leadership for 51 years.
He claimed DAP members at the grassroots level wanted a shift of power to a leader who was more progressive and moderate compared with the “extreme views” Lim had.
“If he thinks that Lim is so unpopular, then all the more reason for BN to hope for Lim to contest in the upcoming polls.
“Why is BN so afraid of contesting against him?” Loke posed the question when contacted.
Loke also reminded Rahman that DAP’s internal matters were none of his concern.
“And the decision whether Lim will be the party’s leader is left to the party’s leadership to decide. It’s none of Rahman’s business.
“I’m sure many party members still view Lim as an asset to the party.”
Lim, who is Gelang Patah MP, had earlier this morning announced that the constituency would be his “first choice” if he was chosen to run in the upcoming 14th general election.
The DAP supremo, on a nationwide tour to promote the DAP’s “Save and Reset Malaysia” campaign, said this after being the target of posters and banners, put up around Gelang Patah, which mockingly suggested that he was “missing” from his constituency. -FMT


Ahmad Fairuz Abdul Halim says shariah amendments are a matter for Muslims to discuss and non-Muslims should not concern themselves with the bill, as it has ‘no effect whatsoever’ on them.
(FMT) – PAS’ proposal to amend the Shariah Courts (Criminal Jurisdiction) Act 1965 (Act 355) is not unconstitutional as Article 8 of the Federal Constitution, which speaks about equality of the law, does not apply.
This, according to former chief justice Ahmad Fairuz Abdul Halim, is because “Muslims are not asking for equality”, and are “happy to abide by the law” if it is passed in Parliament.
He was responding to a statement by Gerakan president Mah Siew Keong who had voiced his opposition to PAS President Abdul Hadi Awang’s Private Members’ Bill to amend Act 355, saying it contravened the Federal Constitution.
Mah was reported to have said last year that the bill might result in a duplicity of laws as there would be two sets of laws for the same offences. This, said Mah, contravened Article 8 of the Federal Constitution which related to equality under the law for citizens.
“Gerakan said no one person should be treated differently,” said Ahmad Fairuz, in a lecture titled “Islam as the Law of the Land” held at the Majestic Hotel here today.
“But I say Muslims are not asking for equality, they’re happy to follow their religion, to have hudud.
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“They are happy to comply as some people believe you must literally follow the Quran, although previous Caliphs have shown there is room for different interpretations.”
Asked about Muslims who might not be “happy” with the bill’s proposed amendments, he said they could come forward and discuss it with other Muslims.
Non-Muslims on the other hand, should not concern themselves with the bill, as it had “no effect whatsoever” on them, he added.
“Come forward, we’ll discuss it as Muslims, this needs to be settled by Muslims. Act 355 is about empowering the shariah court that only has jurisdiction on the Muslims.
“I don’t understand why our non-Muslim brothers are not happy with it. It doesn’t affect them.
“And I’m not in favour of non-Muslims speaking about this in public, and being quoted by the press, this will create tension among members of the public.”
Hadi’s bill seeks to increase the Shariah Courts’ punishment caps to 30 years jail term, a fine of up to RM100,000 and up to 100 strokes of the cane.
Currently, the shariah criminal punishment is capped at three years’ prison term, RM5,000 fine and six strokes of the cane.
Non-Muslims are not the only ones against the controversial bill. Muslim leaders, including those from Sabah and Sarawak, have also objected to it.