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SOFT LAUNCH 'KAFA MENENGAH' MASJID NURUL AMIN

12/2/11
MASJID NURUL AMIN,KPG DELEK,
KLANG, SELANGOR
Kerajaan Negeri Selangor kreatif mengatasi masalah kekurangan Sekolah Menengah Agama yang menjadi tumpuan ibubapa dan pelajar akhir-akhir ini.
Kerajaan Selangor telah melontarkan idea baru bagi mengatasi masalah tidak cukup sekolah yang berorientasikan agama di peringkat menengah dengan mendorong masjid-masjid yang proaktif di Selangor untuk tampil ke depan menjadi kaedah penyelesaian alternatif sesuai dengan fungsinya sebagai pusat pembangunan ummat.
Masjid Nurul Amin, Kpg Delek bersetuju untuk menjadi projek perintis Jawatankuasa Tetap Pendidikan Kerajaan Selangor di mana kelas fardhu ain peringkat menengah yang di beri nama KELAS AGAMA MENENGAH ARAB(KAMA) yang dijangka buka mulai 16/2/11 di bilik masjid.
Pelancaran telah dirasmikan oleh YB DR HJH HALIMAH ALI selaku EXCO PENDIDIKAN yang juga merupakan pengasas idea tersebut.MAJLIS PERMUAFAKATAN INSTITUSI PENDIDIKAN ISLAM(MAPPIS) diamanahkan sebagai pemantau projek dan MASJID NURUL AMIN sebagai pelaksana. HJ DAUD DOLLAH di lantik sebagai penyelaras projek.
   Turut serta memberi ucapan ialah Prof Madya Zainal Abidin Kidam selaku Pengerusi MAPPIS, dan juga US BUSTAMAM daripada JAIS, US SALLEHAN(JAIS) dan PEJABAT AGAMA KLANG.Guru-guru akan dibiayai oleh JAIS.
    Kelas akan bermula dengan solat dhuha terlebih dahulu.Kaedah pembelajaran ialah lebih praktikal/amali dan bukan hanya teori semata-mata. Sekurang-kurang 50% amali agar pelajar dapat memahami mendalam serta menghayati segala konsep yang dipelajari.
Pendaftaran adalah terhad dan akan dikendalikan oleh pihak MASJID.

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SWISS BANK HAS FROZEN MUBARAK'S ILL-GOTTEN ASSETS

ZURICH (Reuters) – Switzerland has frozen assets possibly belonging to Hosni Mubarak (PIC LEFT), who stepped down as president of Egypt Friday after 30 years of rule, a spokesman for the foreign ministry said.

"I can confirm that Switzerland has frozen possible assets of the former Egyptian president with immediate effect," spokesman Lars Knuchel said, declining to specify how much money was involved.

In recent years, Switzerland has worked hard to improve its image as a haven for ill-gotten assets and has also frozen assets belonging to Tunisia's former President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali (PIC RIGHT) as well as those of Ivory Coast's Laurent Gbagbo.

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HAMAS CALLED ON EGYPT TO PERMANENTLY OPEN GAZA BORDER

Hamas's leader in Gaza, Ismail Haniyeh, spoke by phone with the leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt's largest opposition party which shares Hamas's Islamist ideology, and congratulated him on the "success of the revolution."

Hamas spokesman, Abu Zuhri called on the new Egyptian leadership to permanently open its border with Gaza to allow free movement.

By Nidal al-Mughrabi Nidal  (Reuters)


Palestinians in Gaza let off fireworks and shot into the air to celebrate the resignation of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on Friday, and the Islamist group Hamas called on Egypt's new rulers to change his policies.

"The resignation of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is the beginning of the victory of the Egyptian revolution," said Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri.

"Such a victory was the result of the sacrifices and the steadfastness of the Egyptian people," he told Reuters.

Gaza residents heard gunfire erupt across the city when news of Mubarak's departure spread, and fireworks lit up the sky.

The coastal enclave of Gaza shares a border with Israel and Egypt. Both countries have imposed strict limitations on the movement of people and goods since Hamas took control of the territory, hampering its economy. The limits, they say, are to keep out weapons and materials that could be used in combat.

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Abu Zuhri called on the new Egyptian leadership to permanently open its border with Gaza to allow free movement.

Mubarak's departure was also welcomed in the West Bank, which is controlled by Hamas's rival, Western-backed Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.

"What's happening in Egypt represents strength to us and to all Arabs. This is a peaceful revolution that did not vandalize anything," said Nabil Shaat, a senior member of Abbas' Fatah faction.

Though welcoming the change, authorities in both territories have been swift in recent weeks to crack down on fledgling protests in their own territories, anxious to prevent any contagion from Tunisia or Egypt.

Some 300 Palestinians celebrated Mubarak's resignation in Ramallah where Abbas lives, singing nationalistic Arab songs.

In Gaza, thousands of people waving Egyptian flags and chanting "long live Egypt!" rallied in the streets, stopping traffic.

Hamas, which seized control of the Gaza Strip from Abbas's forces in 2007, had blocked a Fatah rally earlier on Friday to prevent focus from shifting onto the inner-Palestinian divide. Though several thousand Hamas members later gathered in Gaza, calling for Abbas's ouster.

Hamas's leader in Gaza, Ismail Haniyeh, spoke by phone with the leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt's largest opposition party which shares Hamas's Islamist ideology, and congratulated him on the "success of the revolution."

Hamas, which does not recognize Israel's right to exist, also urged Egypt to reconsider its peaceful ties with Israel. Egypt was the first Arab country to sign a peace accord with Israel in 1979.

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EVENTUALLY, HOSNI MUBARAK SURRENDERED TO THE EGYPTIAN MASSES

Democracy protests bring down Egypt's Mubarak


By PAUL SCHEMM and MAGGIE MICHAEL, Associated Press

CAIRO – Egypt exploded with joy, tears, and relief after pro-democracy protesters brought down President Hosni Mubarak with a momentous march on his palaces and state TV. Mubarak, who until the end seemed unable to grasp the depth of resentment over his three decades of authoritarian rule, finally resigned Friday and handed power to the military.

"The people ousted the regime," rang out chants from crowds of hundreds of thousands massed in Cairo's central Tahrir Square and outside Mubarak's main palace several miles away in a northern district of the capital.

The crowds in Cairo, the Mediterranean city of Alexandria and other cities around the country burst into pandemonium. They danced, chanted "goodbye, goodbye," and raised their hands in prayer as fireworks and car horns sounded after Vice President Omar Suleiman made the announcement on national TV just after nightfall.

"Finally we are free," said Safwan Abou Stat, a 60-year-old in the crowd of protesters at the palace. "From now on anyone who is going to rule will know that these people are great."

The protests have already echoed around the Middle East, with several of the region's autocratic rulers making pre-emptive gestures of democratic reform to avert their own protest movements. The lesson many took: If it could happen in three weeks in Egypt, where Mubarak's lock on power had appeared unshakable, it could happen anywhere.

The United States at times seemed overwhelmed trying to keep up with the rapidly changing crisis, fumbling to juggle its advocacy of democracy and the right to protest, its loyalty to longtime ally Mubarak and its fears of Muslim fundamentalists gaining a foothold. Neighboring Israel watched with growing unease, worried that their 1979 peace treaty could be in danger. It quickly demanded on Friday that post-Mubarak Egypt continue to adhere to it.

Mubarak, a former air force commander came to power after the 1981 assassination of his predecessor Anwar Sadat by Islamic radicals. Throughout his rule, he showed a near obsession with stability, using rigged elections and a hated police force accused of widespread torture to ensure his control.

He resisted calls for reform even as public bitterness grew over corruption, deteriorating infrastructure and rampant poverty in a country where 40 percent live below or near the poverty line.
The protest movement that began on Jan. 25 grew from small groups of youth activists organizing on the Internet into a mass movement that tapped into the discontent to become the largest popular uprising in the Arab world.

Up to the last hours, Mubarak sought to cling to power, handing some of his authorities to Suleiman while keeping his title.

But an explosion of protests Friday rejecting the move appeared to have pushed the military into forcing him out completely. Hundreds of thousands marched throughout the day in cities across the country as soldiers stood by, besieging his palace in Cairo and Alexandria and the state TV building. A governor of a southern province was forced to flee to safety in the face of protests there.

His fall came 32 years to the day after the collapse of the shah's government in Iran.

Vice President Suleiman — who appears to have lost his post as well in the military takeover — appeared grim as he delivered the short announcement.

"In these grave circumstances that the country is passing through, President Hosni Mubarak has decided to leave his position as president of the republic," he said. "He has mandated the Armed Forces Supreme Council to run the state. God is our protector and succor."

Nobel Peace laureate Mohammed ElBaradei, whose young supporters were among the organizers of the protest movement, told The Associated Press, "This is the greatest day of my life."

"The country has been liberated after decades of repression," he said adding that he expects a "beautiful" transition of power.

Outside Mubarak's Oruba Palace in northern Cairo, women on balconies ululated with the joyous tongue-trilling used to mark weddings and births.

Mohammed el-Masry, weeping with joy, said he had spent the past two weeks in Tahrir before marching to the palace Friday. He was now headed back to the square to join his ecstatic colleagues. "We made it," he gasped.

The question now turned to how the military, long Egypt's most powerful institution and now its official ruler, will handle the transition in power. Earlier in the day, the Armed Forces Supreme Council — the military's top body — vowed to guide the country to greater democracy. State TV said a new statement by the military would be issued Friday evening.

Abdel-Rahman Samir, one of the youth organizers of the protests, said the protest movement would now open negotiations with the military over democratic reform but vowed protests would continue to ensure change is carried out.

"We still don't have any guarantees yet — if we end the whole situation now the it's like we haven't done anything," he said. "So we need to keep sitting in Tahrir until we get all our demands."

But, he added, "I feel fantastic. .... I feel like we have worked so hard, we planted a seed for a year and a half and now we are now finally sowing the fruits."

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ACARA MENANDATANGANI MOU SSIC DENGAN KONSORTIUM PEKERJA INDONESIA

JAKARTA
YAB DATO' MENTERI BESAR SELANGOR bersama 3 orang EXCO telah menyaksikan upaca menandatangani MOU di antara SSIC yang bertindak sebagai penyelaras dan 6konsortium pekerja Indonesia bagi mempastikan industri Selangor mempunyai cukup tenaga kerja yang tidak mampu ditampung oleh warga tempatan yang lazimnya tidak   mahu memilih industri berat dan buruh kasar sebagai sumber rezeki mereka.Ia juga memudahkan penyelarasan dan urusan pekerja asing di Selangor yang insyaallah akan di tempatkan di lokasi khusus bagi mengelak kejadian-kejadian yang tidak diingini seperti yang disaksi selama ini. Ia juga mempastikan kemanusiaan mereka terjaga.

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MAJLIS MAKAN MALAM MENTERI BESAR SELANGOR -AHLI PERNIAGAAN INDONESIA

JAKARTA 10/2/11
YAB DATO' MENTERI BESAR SELANGOR  menjalinkan hubungan rapat dengan ahli perniagaan Indonesia di sebuah hotel di sini bagi mempastikan sumber besar pelaburan daripada Indonesia boleh di ambil peluang oleh Selangor selain daripada membuka ruang luas kepada ahli perniagaan di Selangor yang berminat untuk mengadakan JV dengan mereka.
Turut hadir 3 orang EXCO Selangor, YB TERESA KOK, YB DR XAVIER dan YB DR HALIMAH ALI.

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PANGKALAN DATA PEKERJA INDUSTRI DIBANGUNKAN OLEH KERAJAAN SELANGOR

Sektor perindustrian berasaskan elektronik paling banyak memerlukan tenaga kerja mahir dan tidak mahir berdasarkan ramalan pengeluaran yang dijangka meningkat pada tahun-tahun akan datang.

Selangor menyumbangkan 35 peratus pendapatan Malaysia dan sektor perindustriannya adalah yang terbesar di negara ini.

Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim berkata demikian pada majlis menandatangani memorandum persefahaman (MoU) antara SSIC dan Gabungan PPTKIS di Hotel Sultan, Jakarta hari ini. Gabungan PPTKIS melibatkan lima syarikat swasta Indonesia yang terlibat dalam pembekalan tenaga kerja di Malaysia.

Majlis itu turut disaksikan Timbalan Menteri Tenaga Kerja Indonesia Jumhur Hidayat dan exco kerajaan Selangor Teresa Kok, Dr Xavier Jayakumar, Dr Halimah Ali dan Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif SSIC, Datuk Mohd Jabar Ahmad .

S'gor bangun pengkalan data pekerja Indonesia

Kerajaan Selangor menjalinkan kerja sama dengan sebuah Gabungan Pelaksana Penempatan Tenaga Kerja Indonesia Swasta (PPTKIS) untuk membangunkan pengkalan data tenaga kerja untuk membekalkan pekerja dari negara berkenaan kepada syarikat yang beroperasi di Selangor terutama bagi sektor perindustrian.

Anak syarikat milik penuh Kerajaan Selangor, Pusat Pelaburan Negeri Selangor Berhad (SSIC Berhad) diberi tanggungjawab membangunkan pengkalan data ini dan akan menjadi pusat sehenti bagi mendapatkan tenaga kerja Indonesia.

Menteri Besar Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim, berkata apabila pengkalan data ini siap sepenuhnya, syarikat-syarikat tempatan dan antarabangsa yang memerlukan pekerja asing yang sah, boleh menggunakan khidmat yang disediakan SSIC.

“SSIC akan bertindak sebagai fasilatator dan dengan adanya pangkalan data ini, urusan pengambilan pekerja dari Indonesia menjadi lebih mudah dan teratur,” kata Menteri Besar sambil berterimakasih kepada Kementerian Tenaga Kerja Indonesia dan Dewan Perniagaan dan Perdagangan Jakarta yangmemberi persetujuan kepada kerja sama tersebut.

Beliau berkata demikian pada majlis menandatangani memorandum persefahaman (MoU) antara SSIC dan Gabungan PPTKIS di Hotel Sultan, Jakarta hari ini. Gabungan PPTKIS melibatkan lima syarikat swasta Indonesia yang terlibat dalam pembekalan tenaga kerja di Malaysia.

Majlis itu turut disaksikan Timbalan Menteri Tenaga Kerja Indonesia Jumhur Hidayat dan exco kerajaan Selangor Teresa Kok, Dr Xavier Jayakumar, Dr Halimah Ali dan Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif SSIC, Datuk Mohd Jabar Ahmad .


Tan Sri Abdul Khalid berkata usaha ini bukan sahaja memastikan bekalan tenaga pekerja tanpa gangguan mengelakkan tetapi juga memantau sama ada pekerja yang diambil adalah sah atau tanpa izin.

Ini, tambahnya, secara langsung dapat memantau kegiatan permerdagangan manusia.

“Selangor adalah kerajaan negeri pertama di Malaysia yang telah menubuhkan Majlis Anti Pemerdagangan Manusia untuk mencegah pemerdagangan manusia dan ini adalah salah satu tindakan dalah usaha kerajaan negeri,” kata beliau.

Sementara itu, menteri besar juga mengumumkan projek pembinaan penempatan pekerja di Sungei Way Free Trade Zone di Petaling Jaya yang boleh menempatkan lebih 10,000 pekerja.

Penempatan ini adalah salah satu kemudahan dalam projek besar “PJ Elevated City” yang bernilai RM1.2 bilion diatas tanah keluasan 20 ekar. Kemudahan yang lain termasuk pusat perniagaan komersil, pejabat korporat, dan hub kenderaan.

“PJ Elevated City ini akan menjamin keselesaan kepada pekerja asing demi menjaga kebajikan mereka,” kata Khalid.

Cadangan penubuhan pangkalan data ini timbul selepas SSIC menjalankan kaji selidik yang mendapati keperluan tenaga kerja asing dalam sektor perindustrian bagi tempoh tiga tahun akan datang adalah tinggi.

Kaji selidik itu mendapati, bagi tempoh Jun 2010 hingga Disember 2010, seramai 7, 110 pekerja tidak mahir diperlukan bagi sektor perindustrian di Selangor, manakala pada 2011 seramai 13,031 pekerja diperlukan dan 0,815 pekerja pada 2012.

Sektor perindustrian berasaskan elektronik paling banyak memerlukan tenaga kerja mahir dan tidak mahir berdasarkan ramalan pengeluaran yang dijangka meningkat pada tahun-tahun akan datang.

Selangor menyumbangkan 35 peratus pendapatan Malaysia dan sektor perindustriannya adalah yang terbesar di negara ini.

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MUBARAK CLINGS TO POWER SHAMELESSLY

Mubarak stays on: Key questions and answers

 Steve Clemons/Yahoo News

Egypt's Hosni Mubarak stunned protesters in Cairo and proved numerous reports wrong Thursday when he announced in a televised speech that he would not step down from the presidency or leave the country. Instead, he handed his powers over to Vice President Omar Suleiman. (Latest developments)

Mubarak's surprising and confusing announcement raises numerous questions about what is happening in Egypt. Here are some answers:

Who is really in charge now—the military, Vice President Omar Suleiman or Mubarak?

Mubarak clearly has major political and institutional influence in the current political order — despite the upheaval — that continues to help him survive. Mubarak matters. Suleiman's influence is growing dramatically. The military matters — but they are all slightly different nuances of the same political order. There is no clear, visible split between these parties at the time of this writing, and thus while Suleiman and the army are clearly gaining influence, the Mubarak franchise still remains definitive and at the helm


Why did Mubarak not step down, as rumored?

At this point, all we can do is speculate. Given the statement from the military earlier in the day that "all of the protesters' demands would be met," expectations were raised that Mubarak would resign and leave the country. His failure to do so could indicate that either there is a serious split in the national security structure in Egypt that Mubarak overcame, or Mubarak was able to offer things to the military leadership in exchange for their continued support. But we probably won't know the real inside story for some time.


What are the chances that Mubarak will remain in office until September?

Mubarak just doubled down on staying as head of state until the end of his term. The protesters and Mubarak are now on a very clear, potentially violent collision course. Mubarak's chances of remaining in power are mixed — and could be high depending on the willingness of the army to engage in serious confrontations against protesters. Ultimately though, if the public refuses to yield ground and numbers swell even larger in Tahrir Square, the military may finally decide that its own survival depends on dumping Mubarak — leading to a coup. Things are very murky at the moment — and fluid.

What challenges does this latest development hold for the Obama administration; what does the White House do now?

The White House can be expected to stick to its principles — insisting on no violence, demanding that the people's basic human rights of assembly and protest be respected, and calling for meaningful, immediate political transition. If Mubarak proceeds to violate these principles, the White House could be expected to ratchet up the stridency of its demands and help generate international disdain and concern for Mubarak. If there is a serious crackdown, Obama could then assert that Mubarak has violated the terms of his social contract with the nation and depart. But the White House must be humble and continue to articulate, as it has, that the results in Egypt are determined by the Egyptian people, not by the White House.


What role is the Egyptian military likely to play now?

The military still remains a key player in the future of Egypt's political system. For the most part, it has straddled the incumbent regime and the protesters, keeping itself in a position to support a power equation that included many different options. If the military cracks down on the protesters, the institution's relationship with the public may be seriously undermined — leading to a potential civil war and serious violence. Right now, the military remains a key institution to watch, but its course and the decisions it is making about its place in a future Egyptian political order were put into doubt with Mubarak's decision not to leave the scene.

Steve Clemons is founder and senior fellow of the American Strategy Program at the New America Foundation. He is part of a group of foreign policy experts that the White House has consulted with concerning the situation in Egypt.

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HUMAN RIGHTS GROUP CLAIM MILITARY INVOLVED IN ATROCITIES TO PROTESTORS

Egyptian army 'torturing' prisoners
Human rights groups allege that pro-democracy protesters have been detained or tortured in an "organised campaign".



Ayman Mohyeldin, Al Jazeera's correspondent in Cairo, witnessed scenes of violence during his detention by the army.

The Egyptian military has been secretly detaining and torturing those it suspects of being involved in pro-democracy protests, according to testimony gathered by the British newspaper the Guardian.

The newspaper, quoting human rights agencies, put the number of people detained at "hundreds, possibly thousands," since protests against Hosni Mubarak, the Egyptian president, began on January 25.

While the military has said it is playing a neutral role in the political unrest, the newspaper quoted human rights campaigners as saying this was no longer the case, accusing the army of being involved in an organised campaign of disappearances, torture and intimidation.

Egyptians have long associated such crimes with the country's much-feared intelligence and security services, but not with the army.

"Their range is very wide, from people who were at the protests or detained for breaking curfew to those who talked back at an army officer or were handed over to the army for looking suspicious or for looking like foreigners even if they were not," Hossam Bahgat, director of the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights, told the Guardian.

"It's unusual and to the best of our knowledge it's also unprecedented for the army to be doing this."

The country's army has denied the charges of illegal detention or torture.

"The armed forces denies any abuse of protesters. The armed forces sticks to the principle of protecting peaceful protesters and it has never, nor will it ever, fire at protesters," an armed forces source told Reuters.

Speaking to Al Jazeera, Safwat El Zayat, a retired general in the Egyptian military, categorically denied the allegations made in the Guardian report, saying that the report was "aimed at damaging the reputation of the army, which always stands by the people and not the regime".

'Foreign enemies'

The report said that the detained included human rights activists, lawyers and journalists, and that human rights groups have "documented the use of electric shocks on some of those held by the army".

Click here for more on Al Jazeera's special coverage

The newspaper quoted a man who said he was detained by the army while on his way to Tahrir Square, the focal point of protests in Cairo, with medical supplies.

The man said he was accused of working with "foreign enemies", beaten and then hauled to an army post, where his hands were tied behind his back.

In addition to hitting him, the soldiers also allegedly threatened him with rape.

Bahgat told the Guardian that it appears from the testimony of those who have been released that the military is conducting a campaign to try and break the protests.

"I think it's become pretty obvious by now that the military is not a neutral party," Heba Morayef, a researcher with Human Rights Watch (HRW) in Cairo, told the newspaper.

"The military doesn't want and doesn't believe in the protests and this is even at the lower level, based on the interrogations."

HRW says it has documented 119 cases of civilians being arrested by the military, but believes the actual number is much higher, as the army does not acknowledge the detentions.

The organisation told the Reuters news agency that it had documented at least five cases of torture, while one released detainee said he had seen at least 12 people given "electric shocks" on February 1.


Ayman Mohyeldin, Al Jazeera's correspondent in Cairo who was held by the military for several hours on February 6th, also witnessed scenes of violence during his detention.

Mohyeldin was held by the military while trying to enter Tahrir Square when he told soldiers at a checkpost that he was a journalist.

They questioned him regarding why he was there, and then, having tied his hands with plastic handcuffs, took him to a make-shift army post where he was interrogated and his equipment confiscated.

"I can tell you from what I saw and what I heard that a lot of [the detained] were beaten up, the military was dealing with them in a very aggresive manner," Mohyeldin said.

"They were slapped, they were kicked. The military was trying to essentially subdue them.

"In essence the military was dealing with these people as prisoners of war. These were individuals who were trying to plead for their safety, for their innocence.

"Many of them were crying, saying that they were simply just caught up in the wrong moment, but the military showed no mercy."

Mohyeldin said that some prisoners were quite badly beaten, while a soldier also used a taser gun to threaten prisoners. He said others showed evidence of having been whipped.

He said that prisoners at the post he was being held at were being treated aggresively by soldiers despite the fact that they were not being disobedient.

Mohyeldin also described how one protester, when initially detained, had claimed that he was an active member of the pro-democracy movement against Mubarak.

However, in just a few hours, the protester had broken down in tears and was willing to promise the soldiers that he would not return to Tahrir Square and that he was not really involved in protests.

All detainees who were released were made to sign a document that said that they would not attempt to return to Tahrir Square unless they obtained prior permission from the military.

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BEKAS SETPOL MENTERI JAGA UNIT PERANCANGAN EKONOMI HADAPI TUDUHAN



Empat hari selepas ditahan oleh SPRM berhubung penemuan wang tunai yang diikat mengikut nilai RM5, RM10, RM50 dan RM100 berjumlah kira-kira RM2 juta di pangsapurinya itu, pejabat Nor Mohamed (foto kanan) mengeluarkan kenyataan yang Hasbie (foto kiri) telah meletakkan jawatan.

Satu lagi pendedahan salah laku BN. syabas SPRM. Teruskan khidmat cemerlang,  agar gemilang dan terus terbilang.


Wang haram: Bekas pembantu menteri didakwa


Bekas setiausaha politik kepada Menteri di Jabatan Perdana Menteri, Tan Sri Nor Yakcop hari ini didakwa dengan pengubahan wang haram, setahun selepas beliau didapati memiliki RM2 juta di pangsapurinya di Teluk Air Tawar, Pulau Pinang.

Hakim Mahkamah Sesyen Butterworth, Mohd Zairan Aman menetapkan 14 Mac ini untuk sebutan semula kes dan membenarkan Hasbie, 38 diikat jamin sebanyak RM60,000 dengan dua orang penjamin.

Beliau dituduh mengikut Seksyen 4(1), Akta Pencegahan Pengubahan Wang Haram dan Pembiayaan Keganasan 2001.

Jika bersalah, beliau boleh dipenjara sehingga lima tahun atau denda sehingga RM5 juta atau kedua-duanya sekali.

Terdahulu, timbalan pendakwa raya dari Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM), Anslen Charles Fernandis, memohon agar mahkamah menetapkan wang jaminan sebanyak RM100,000 kerana kesalahan yang dilakukan sangat serius dan jumlah yang diperoleh adalah tinggi.


Bagaimanapun, Hasbie yang tidak diwakili peguam, memohon agar mahkamah mengurangkan wang jaminan kerana beliau tidak bekerja dan terpaksa menanggung keluarga.

Beliau meminta mahkamah mempertimbangkan jasanya selama berkhidmat dengan kerajaan yang telah bekerja di bawah kepimpinan tiga orang Perdana Menteri.

"Saya telah setahun tidak bekerja dan saya berhenti kerja tanpa mendapat pencen," katanya

Empat hari selepas ditahan oleh SPRM berhubung penemuan wang tunai yang diikat mengikut nilai RM5, RM10, RM50 dan RM100 berjumlah kira-kira RM2 juta di pangsapurinya itu, pejabat Nor Mohamed mengeluarkan kenyataan yang Hasbie telah meletakkan jawatan.

nor mohamed yakcopHasbie, seorang rakyat Sarawak dilantik sebagai setiausaha politik pada tahun 2008 ketika Nor Mohamed adalah menteri kewangan kedua.

Nor Mohamed (kanan), yang berasal dari Pulau Pinang adalah juga ahli parlimen Tasek Gelugor. Beliau dilantik sebagai menteri kewangan kedua dari 2004 hingga 2009.

Sebagai menteri di jabatan perdana menteri, Nor Mohamed kini bertanggungjawab terhadap Unit Perancangan Ekonomi (EPU) yang berkuasa menentukan projek-projek kerajaan.

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UNIVERSITI SELANGOR PENUHI KEPERLUAN PELAJAR PULANG DARI MESIR

Bidang Bahasa Arab, Bahasa Inggeris, Komputer dan Kewangan yang memakan masa selama enam bulan hingga setahun di Universiti Industri Selangor (Unisel) akan  diberikan secara percuma selain yuran daftar kepada pelajar Selangor yang pulang ke tanah air akibat pergolakan di Mesir.

Selangor sedia kursus pelajar pulang dari Mesir
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SHAH ALAM, 10 Feb: Pelajar-pelajar Selangor yang baharu dibawa pulang dari negara yang sedang bergolak, Mesir, bernasib baik kerana selepas ini mereka disediakan kursus sehingga setahun oleh kerajaan negeri.

Menteri Besar, Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim berkata, kerajaan negeri menganjurkan kursus kepada pelajar yang berasal dari Selangor sementara menunggu pergolakan yang berlaku di negara berkenaan kembali pulih.

Kursus yang akan ditawarkan, jelasnya, seperti Bahasa Arab, Bahasa Inggeris, Komputer dan Kewangan yang memakan masa selama enam bulan hingga setahun di Universiti Industri Selangor (Unisel) yang diberikan secara percuma selain yuran daftar.

Abdul Khalid berkata demikian di dalam sidang media yang turut disertai Exco Pendidikan, Pendidikan Tinggi dan Pembangunan Modal Insan, Dr Halimah Ali dan Teresa Kok selepas mesyuarat exco yang diadakan petang semalam di Bangunan SUK, dekat sini.

Menurutnya, kerajaan negeri mengambil inisiatif itu bagi membolehkan pelajar memanfaatkan masa menunggu untuk kembali ke Mesir dengan melakukan perkara berfaedah termasuk meningkatkan ilmu pengetahuan dan kemahiran.

"Dianggarkan seramai 1,200 pelajar dari Selangor yang sedang belajar di beberapa universiti dan IPT di Mesir dan keutamaan kursus akan diberikan kepada pelajar tajaan kerajaan negeri menerusi Lembaga Zakat Selangor seramai 600 orang," tegasnya.

Sehubungan itu, Abdul Khalid berkata, kerajaan negeri sedang membuat persediaan rapi bagi membolehkan semua kursus itu dapat dimulakan dalam tempoh terdekat di bawah pemantauan Exco Dr Halimah bagi memastikan ia berjalan lancar dan efektif.

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DISKUSI ILMIAH KRISIS MESIR

Contoh gelombang kebangkitan rakyat yang jemu dan bosan dengan penindasan rejim pemerintah yang mengaut keuntungan daripada penindasan jangka panjang rakyat.

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JENAYAH POLITIK BN YANG DIDEDAHKAN IBARAT "TIP OF ICEBERG"

Kenapa para pemimpin BN bermati-matian mengguna-
kan segala bentuk jentera kerajaan dan bukan kerajaan tanpa segan silu dan maruah bagi mempertahankan kedudukan mereka atau merampas kembali negeri-negeri yang diurustadbir oleh Pakatan Rakyat??????
Selain $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ untuk diri, keluarga serta kroni mereka, pemimpin BN cukup takut, kecut perut dan gerun jika salah laku, penyelewengan dan kesalahan mereka didedahkan. Kita lihat bagaimana kawan kita Khir Toyo yang dulu kebal tetapi kini................................................................................
Sebenarnya hanya segelintir pemimpin BN di bawa ke muka pengadilan, yang lain kekal bermaharajalela, ibarat fenomena "TIP OF ICEBERG"
Rasuah: Shariff Jajang diperintah bela diri

Mahkamah Sesyen di Klang hari ini memerintahkan bekas anggota exco kerajaan Selangor Datuk Mohd Shariff Jajang membela diri terhadap tuduhan rasuah berhubung satu permohonan tanah di Sepang 14 tahun lalu.

Hakim Yong Zarida Sazali membuat keputusan itu selepas berpuas hati bahawa pihak pendakwaan berjaya membuktikan terdapat kes prima facie terhadap Mohd Shariff, 67, yang juga bekas ADUN kawasan Dengkil.

Mahkamah menetapkan 4, 6, 7 dan 8 April ini bagi Mohd Shariff membela diri.

Seramai 32 saksi pendakwaan dipanggil memberi keterangan sepanjang perbicaraan yang bermula pada tahun 2004.

Pendakwaan dikendalikan Timbalan Pendakwa Raya dari Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM) Zulkarnain Hassan dan Mohd Baharuddin Ahmad manakala Mohd Shariff (kiri) diwakili peguam Datuk Muhammad Shafee Abdullah, Badrul Munir Bukhari dan Amy Chong Boon Chin.

Terdahulu, Badrul Munir yang menyebut bagi pihak Muhammad Shafee, memberitahu mahkamah bahawa pihaknya akan memaklumkan kepada mahkamah secara bertulis sama ada Mohd Shariff akan memberi keterangan secara bersumpah dari kandang saksi, memberi keterangan dari kandang tertuduh atau berdiam diri.

Mohd Shariff didakwa sebagai ADUN kawasan Dengkil (semasa kejadian) yang dilantik menjadi Anggota Jawatankuasa Tanah Daerah Sepang telah melakukan perbuatan rasuah iaitu mengambil bahagian dalam mesyuarat Jawatankuasa Tanah Daerah Sepang yang memperakukan permohonan Lesen Menduduki Sementara tanah seluas 1.2 hektar di Bandar Baru Salak Tinggi, Sepang, kepada Institut Kemahiran Memandu Sepang Sdn Bhd (IKMAS), anak syarikat Konsortium Sepang Berhad (KSB) di mana beliau mempunyai kepentingan.

Beliau didakwa melakukan kesalahan itu di bilik mesyuarat Pegawai Daerah, Pejabat Daerah dan Tanah Sepang, Sepang, pada 16 Jun 1997.

Pada masa kejadian, Mohd Shariff serta isterinya Datin Patimah Isa dan dua anaknya, Shahrum dan Shahrin, memiliki sejumlah 1.36 peratus saham dalam KSB.

Mohd Shariff dilantik sebagai anggota exco kerajaan Selangor pada 1997 dan menjadi Pengerusi Jawatankuasa Infrastruktur, Penerangan dan Tanah Rizab Melayu.

- Bernama/Malaysiakini

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Bertaubatlah kita sebelum terlambat!

Tiada orang yang tidak pernah buat dosa.Namun keampunan Allah YANG MAHA PENGAMPUN harus kita mohon untuk membersihkan jiwa kita yang berkarat sehingga tidak dapat melihat mana yang benar mana yang batil.Dosa yang menggunung menjadikan hijab yang menyelubungi kalbu sehingga gemar melakukan yang maksiat daripada yang baik. Sehingga mulut dan sekarang ini tangan celupar memperkatakan bahasa kesat dan nista.
Sewajarnyalah kita bertaubat kepada TUHAN YANG ESA, YANG hanya kepadaNyalah semua makhluk bergantung. Ya Allah ya Tuhan kami ampunkanlah dosa-dosa kami...

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TERKINI:OPS SELAMAT PELAJAR MESIR KERAJAAN SELANGOR

Dijangka 29pelajar SELANGOR akan tiba di KLIA pkl 10pg SELASA 8/2/11 daripada JEDDAH

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SELAMAT PULANG KE TANAH AIR PELAJAR MESIR

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SEPANG, 7 Feb: Kerajaan negeri Selangor akan berbincang dengan semua pihak termasuk Kementerian Pengajian Tinggi dan Kedutaan Malaysia di Mesir bagi memastikan pengajian pelajar Malaysia yang dibawa pulang ke tanah air tidak tergendala.
Exco Pendidikan, Pendidikan Tinggi Dan Pembangunan Modal Insan Negeri Selangor, Dr. Halimah Ali berkata, usaha tersebut antara sedang dilakukan kerajaan negeri bagi membantu pelajar Malaysia khususnya anak-anak Selangor.
Sehubungan itu katanya, kerajaan negeri akan mengadakan pertemuan dengan semua pelajar terlibat dalam masa terdekat.
"Kita akan kumpulkan mereka, kita nak tahu cerita sebenarnya dari mereka, tapi kita beri peluang kepada mereka berehat dan bersama keluarga dahulu," katanya.
Beliau berkata demikian kepada anak-anak Selangor ketika menyambut kumpulan pertama 778 pelajar dan rakyat Malaysia, yang dibawa keluar dari Mesir menerusi Ops Piramid melalui Jeddah di Kompleks Bunga Raya, Lapangan Terbang Antarabangsa Kuala Lumpur (KLIA) di sini hari ini.
Pesawat Malaysia Airlines (MAS) dan AirAsia itu mendarat kira-kira pukul 10 pagi dan turut disambut isteri Perdana Menteri Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, Timbalan Perdana Menteri Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin serta menteri Kabinet lain.
Katanya, kerajaan negeri juga turut menyediakan khidmat kaunseling kepada pelajar yang mengkin mengalami trauma kesan pergolakan di negara teluk tersebut sehingga menyebabkan mereka hilang semangat untuk meneruskan pelajaran.
Kerajaan Selangor seblum ini melalui Lembaga Zakat Selangor (LZS) telah memperuntukan RM100 ribu bagi membantu rakyat negeri itu yang terperangkap dalam pergolakan politik di Mesir.
Selain LZS, Pihak Jabatan Agama Islam Selangor (JAIS) juga telah menubuhkan Bilik Operasi yang yang beroperasi 24 jam untuk membolehkan ibubapa dan sanak saudara terutamanya mengetahui kedudukan mutakhir pelajar di Mesir.
"Hari ini Alhamdulillah mereka sudah sampai dengan selamat. Kita sedang melihat keperluan mereka untuk selepas ini," katanya lagi.
Selain ahli keluarga masing-masing, kepulangan pertama itu turut disambut Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak dan isteri.
Ketibaan mereka disambut penuh syukur ahli keluarga masing-masing yang sebelum ini risau keselamatan mereka ekoran bantahan besar-besaran rakyat Mesir yang mahu Presiden negara itu, Hosni Mubarak meletak jawatan.
Bantahan tersebut juga telah mengakibatkan beberapa tempat Mesir diisytihar darurat dan sistem pentadbiran negara itu hampir lumpuh.

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MARI KITA SAMA-SAMA PERBANYAKKAN SELAWAT

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TERKINI:MESIR OPS SELAMATKAN PELAJAR SELANGOR

Berita terkini daripada BILIK OPERASI SELANGOR:
Insyaallah 11 orang warga Selangor akan tiba daripada Jeddah pukul 9pagi di KLIA. Kumpulan kedua akan membawa pulang 39 pelajar Selangor. Doakan akan berjalan lancar misi ini insyaallah.

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OPS SELAMATKAN PELAJAR MESIR KERAJAAN SELANGOR

OPS SELAMAT PELAJAR MESIR KERAJAAN SELANGOR
MESIR: OPS PIRAMID KERAJAAN SELANGOR
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Maklumat terakhir daripada BILIK OPERASI KERAJAAN SELANGOR di WISMA MAIS, SHAH ALAM

Insyaallah semua pelajar Selangor telah dikumpulkan di pusat-pusat pengumpulan pelajar di Kaherah dan Alexandria untuk di bawa ke Jeddah. Setakat ini 405 orang daripada 1080 pelajar Selangor telah selamat dipindahkan ke Jeddah dan sekarang menetap di bangunan TABUNG HAJI.3 orang pelajar yang sakit telah pun diterbangkan ke KLIA dan sampai 9pagi tadi. Selebihnya akan diterbangkan mengikut gilirian keutamaan yakni yang sakit, berkeluarga dan pelajar wanita.
YB Dr.Hjh Halimah Ali yang mengasas bilik operasi tersebut yang disempurnakan oleh PEGAWAI LEMBAGA ZAKAT SELANGOR dan JAIS, dibantu oleh BRIGED AMAL SELANGOR dan pasukan sukarelawan berpengalaman YAYASAN AMAL SELANGOR bersetuju pelajar-pelajar Selangor yang bakal tiba di KLIA akan dikumpul dulu di masjid negeri Shah Alam untuk diambil oleh keluarga mereka. VAN-VAN MAIS dan beberapa kenderaan kerajaan Selangor (SUK) akan digunakan bagi memudahkan pengangkutan pelajar dan ibubapa yang mungkin tidak sempat dihubungi.Ia juga memudahkan daripada pendaftaran anak-anak yang terlibat dalam krisis PIRAMID ini bagi tujuan langkah-langkah lanjut mengenai perancangan masa depan mereka kelak.
Pegawai JAIS En Farizan yang menjadi ketua bilik operasi telah memaklumkan seorang pelajar yang patah kaki telah selamat sampai pkl 9pagi tadi dan 2 orang lagi yang sakit akan tiba 4petang insyaallah.
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ALJAZEERA VIDEOS: PROTESTS IN EGYPT




Gamal Mubarak, anak lelaki Hosni Mubarak (foto kiri)






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