Nurul Izzah Aidilfitri

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Selasa, 26 Ogos 2008


Terdapat sekitar 50 ribu orang yang berada di sini.

Polis dan FRU kelihatan sangat relaks.

Terdengar suara yang bersahut sahutan 'jumpa di Kulim'

Juga laungan 'Era Baru'

Helikopter masih lagi berlegar. Lampunya terang menyuluh ke arah saya.

12 ulasan:

peter berkata...


Great Blog, you kept the blood running....

Tanpa Nama berkata...

Thanks bro. You're my main infoline during these few days. Sure hope you manage to get that gulai itik before leaving Permatang Pauh.

ezna berkata...

saya menitiskan air mata..tanda kesyukuran.. Alhamdulillah...

Tanpa Nama berkata...


Betulke ada orang mengamuk sebab tak terima bayaran?

Kawan dari BP Johor

samdol berkata...

helikopter tu suluh bro ke suluh itek yg terlepas dari reban?...hehehe
itek baju pink ada tak?

Tanpa Nama berkata...

Thank you so much for all your updates. I've been following them.


Tanpa Nama berkata...

Dear Isham,

The crawler on TV3 states this: Majority won by DSAI: 15,671
DSAI - 31,195
ARIF - 15,524
AKIM - 92
voters percentage: 81%
Thank you


Tanpa Nama berkata...

Syabas saudara,

Saudara telah laksanakan yang terbaik untuk seluruh rakyat Malaysia. Saudara adalah sebahagian dari kemenangan malam ini. Saya telah mengikuti siaran saudara dari mula hingga kini. Insyaallah kiranya Saudara Anwar terlantik sebagai PM, maka beliau adalah satunya PM yang dilantik oleh rakyat. Bukannya dilantik atau serahan kuasa ala UMNO.

Saudara Anwar telah menyebut lebih dari 837 kali perkataan "rakyat" dalam ucapan2 beliau sejak beliau di buang dari UMNO dan ditahan.

Maka sudah sampai masanya rakyat memberi laluan kepada beliau untuk merakyatkan pentadbiran negara.

Syabas dan terima kasih kepada PKR,PAS,DAP, rakyat Permayamg Pauh dan semua yang terlibat.

Pendekar Merah

Samuel Goh Kim Eng berkata...

The real work begins after the election is over
So make sure there'll be enough resources for important matters to cover
To do it, rather than just say it, like a faithful lover
And earn the respect of being a genuine political mover

(C) Samuel Goh Kim Eng - 260808
Tue. 26th Aug. 2008.

MAHAGURU58 berkata...

Rais gets my vote for the # 1 Malaysian Blogger who kept us updated about the latest happenings during the P44 Permatang Pauh By Election campaign period!

Three cheers for Rais!!!

tan, tanjong bungah berkata...

Hi everyone,

The Dewan Rakyat Speaker should respect the wishes of PP voters, and many other Malaysians, for AI to be back in Parliament soonest possible. Any deliberate delay in doing so would only 'piss-off' more Malaysians at the detriment of BN. BN has to learn from the message from 26 Aug, as it seems not to have learn from 8 March results.

On an important note, I urge BN leaders to reflect on the open letter from a Dr Syed Alwi from Singapore, which I reproduced here:


by Dr Syed Alwi of Singapore

Dear Editor,

As you know, I am an avid watcher of Malaysian affairs. I must confess that lately, Malaysia appears to be failing. Not a day passes by without more events that clearly highlight Malaysia ’s race-religion fault-line. If things keep going this way, I fear for Malaysia ’s future.

Today, schools in Singapore celebrate Racial Harmony Day. I can
visibly see the joy in the children’s faces as they wear their ethnic
costumes and have fun together at school. But in Malaysia - even the right to choose a religion has become a sensitive, national issue. No doubt, there are many in Malaysia who hate my liberal views on Islam, family included. But I will say what I must say openly. I have come to the conclusion that Malaysia cannot progress any further without first addressing fundamental questions regarding its identity and soul.

I remember the days when we can laugh at Lat’s cartoons on everyday Malaysian life. But sadly, the Islamic tide has polarised Malaysians. Some people ask why I should bother about Malaysian affairs since I am a Singaporean. May I remind Malaysians that it was Tan Siew Sin who once said that Singapore and Malaysia are Siamese Twins. Should Malaysia go down - it would hurt the region tremendously. Especially Singapore ..

Where do you think Malay apostates would head for if Lina Joy loses her case? Singapore of course! I find the Malaysian Malay to be very under-exposed. For them, it’s all Islam and the NEP and everything under the sun would sort itself out. I am sorry to say this - but Islam and the NEP may be the cause of the undoing of the Malaysian Malay.

There is nothing wrong with religion or affirmative action. But, like
everything else in life, they must be taken in moderation and with a pinch of salt. A little doubt is good. Unfortunately in Malaysia ,
emotions over Islam have overcome reason. What we see today is the result of the NEP and Islamisation policies of the past thirty years or so.

No one owes Malaysian Malays a living. Let me assure you that should Malaysia fail - the Malaysian Malay will suffer enormously. And rightly so. After all - they have been pampered with all sorts of goodies over the years. They cannot now expect more goodies. Perhaps the day of reckoning for them, is near. Whatever it is, Malaysia had better wake up to the realities around her. The globalised world of the 21st century has no NEP to offer the Malaysian Malay. And humans cannot live by religion alone.


Dr Syed Alwi."

BN and PR should give the open letter much thought as I've a gut feeling that this is what many Malay Malaysians want, though many are too afraid to articulate it openly, lest they be accused to be 'traitors' to their race and religion. Message from 8 March shows that they are now more into multiracial politics.

m berkata...


Rais tu nama bapa dia. Nama dia Isham.