On 24.9.2004,policeman seized the pocket money in total sum of RM5,980.00 from 3 suspects before put them in lockup. The money was never returned to them since Sept 2004. All these years the police kept ignoring our letters until we filed a application to Court pray for the money to be produced to Court and to be returned to the respective owners. Finally, after more than 5 years, the police brought the money to Court and returned it to the owners. They shd returned the money to the suspects when they were released 5 years back as there is no reason why the pocket money should be detained. Shdn't the police be the guardian of our safety and property?
Tuesday, January 26, 2010
A man came home from work and his children ran to him and called out ‘Ayah! Ayah!’
His neighbour got very upset and said to him, “Can you please tell your children not to call you ‘Ayah’?”
The man asked, “Why?”
The neighbour retorted, “Because my children call me ’Ayah’ too. They might get confused and mistake you to be their father.”
Then the man told his neighbour, are you not ashamed to say that your children do not know who their ‘Ayah’ is.
So you are saying by using the word ‘Ayah’, your children will call me ayah too without knowing who is their father?
The neighbour said yes, only my children should use the word 'Ayah'.
The man said, “Then there is something wrong in what you are teaching your children. They are not sure and do not know who their 'Ayah' is!”
Wednesday, January 20, 2010
News from Sarawak Update: Wong King Wei, Special Assistant to Chong Chieng Jen urged the Home Ministry to write to the churches formally to inform them that they could use “allah” in their church magazine.Wong said Deputy Chief Minister, Datuk Patinggi George Chan was wrong when he said the Allah word was never banned in Sarawak.Showing a letter of proof that besides the Catholic church, Methodist church received a letter from the Home Minister in November 26, 2008 banning them from using the word. The word was used in the Malay edition of the Methodist church.Wong said he was sad that the issue was politicised for the benefit of UMNO who wanted to win votes in West Malaysia thus the ban and allowing it to be used here as they wanted to win the votes here as there were more Christians here,Due to the issue, more than 10 churches and a mosque had been vandalised in the nation.