Thursday, December 17, 2009

Msia menang - gua mula caya sama lu!

SIAPA sangka! Setelah dikalahkan oleh Vietnama 3-1 dalam perlawanan pusingan di Sukan SEA, Malaysia hari ini bangkit dan mengalahkan Vietnama 1-0, sekaligus memberi kegembiraan luar biasa kepada peminat bolasepak tanahair. Rata-rata peminat bolasepak mengerumuni peti televisyen tidak kira di mana sahaja untuk mengikuti perlawanan yang ditayang secara langsung oleh TV2 dan TV3. Sekarang, peminat bolasepak tanahair mungkin kembali menunjukkan sokongan di belakang pasukan negara. Kita juga harap pemain-pemain muda ini jangan mudah besar kepala. Juga, kita harap mereka terus memperbaikki mutu permainan. Jika tidak, peminat bolasepak akan hanya ingat nama-sama seperti Torres, Messi, Henry, Rooney dan Gerard sahaja.


Syakur said...

Yup.. Ramai org mengikuti games final tersebut. Act is str=art in semi final dah ramai tengok siaran langsung. Tapi, lagi bagus sekiranya RTM sentiasa membuat siaran langsung perlawanan bola sepak melibatkan pasukan negara sejak dari saingan dalam kumpulan lagi. Untuk memupuk semangat rakyat Malaysia mengikuti perkembangan bola sepak. Sekarang orang telah mengenali Shaberi, Nasriq, sharbinee, Aidil n etc.. Ini baru permulaan, masih jauh perjalan bola sepak Malaysia. Keep it up. Tahniah Raja (coach), pemain n rakyat Malaysia yang memberi sokongan!!! [Thumbs up!!]

Anonymous said...


Saya tak hairan kalau pemain2 kita besar kepala lepas ni. Dah selalu sangat tengok..

mat kg baru

Anonymous said...

Joyous occasion for Malaysian football fans...Football is truly the No. 1 sport in Malaysia!...and to think that the sports minister had the "cheek" to say that the SEA Games is just a regional and not so important event, that there is no need to spend for live telecasts.

Mohd. Ramesh

IES Agencies said...

I asked KJ's cybertroopers to list just one good thing that he has done for the country and Umno... if you want to read the list they sent (its quite funny, the list - even includes crediting KJ for our footie gold medal ...heheheh) follow the link

Himmat Singh said...

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Himmat Singh.

Anonymous said...


In the days leading to the decision of the case brought by the Titular Roman Catholic Archbishop applying to use the word Allah in the Malay version of the bible, the Muslim community sat muted whilst being schooled by the non Muslims on their own religion. At the helm of this muted movement were politicians including their ulamas, political alliances and Muslim intellectuals who all agreed that it is permissible for the use of the word Allah in the Catholic weekly Herald publication.

The first effect that we shall see from the decision of the Kuala Lumpur High Court dated 31.12.2009 allowing the Church to use the word Allah in their Malay language publication is the birth of Allah’s son. From now onwards, the Christian God in this new publication shall be referred to as “Allah” and Jesus Christ as “Anak Allah”.

The Muslim calendar, ie the Maal Hijrah for the year 1431 shall be well remembered by all Malaysians as the year where the trinity of Allah accompanied by “Anak Allah” shall be celebrated in the books of the Christians in the mother tongue of the largely Malay muslim populace and marked by the lunar eclipse event. In Surah Al Ikhlas, verse 1-4, Allah says ‘ Say: He is Allah, the One and Only; 2. Allah, the Eternal, Absolute. 3. He begets not, nor is he begotten; 4. And there is none like unto Him.

For the unlettered and unschooled in Islam, verse 3 simply means that Allah “does not give birth”, nor is “Allah given birth to”. It is incumbent for all Muslims, both lettered and unlettered, to uphold the sanctity of the concept of monotheism in Islam and never to allow Allah to be portrayed as having the attributes of a human being, the ability to beget a Son of which the echelons of the political community using Islam as their brand name in Malaysia have so easily facilitated and consented.

Those responsible for allowing this event to take place shall have to answer in their graves and in the hereafter for committing the greatest of all sins, “shirk” or polytheism of the highest degree. No argument can justify the usage of “Allah” and “Anak Allah” in any kitab here; yet those in a position to prevent this occurrence has shamelessly come to the defence of The weekly Herald to teach us how to pray to our ONE GOD.

What is the rationale for using the word “Allah” in the Christian books and how does this promote racial integration or even “One Malaysia”? If anything, this event draws the divide between the races even more. It is a deep shame that we have to live with for the rest of our lives, losing a battle that need not have been fought at all. It is not the fault of the Titular Roman Catholic Archbishop that we lost our pride and identity, we are our own doing. The pride of our community today fell due to treachery by those who fought and won political battles using the name of Islam. In the Quran, Allah warns us most of all against people who sell their religion. Allah says in the Quran, “ not sell my religion for a paltry sum..”. In this case before us, the situation involved is even worst, they sold their religion for free.

Zainul Rijal Abu Bakar
Persatuan Peguam Peguam Muslim Malaysia