AL Fatihah diatas Syahidnya Seorang Pejuang BERSIH Malam ini


al Fatihah

Seorang peserta Bersih, Baharuddin Ahmad, 59  meninggal dunia setelah terjatuh di perkarangan KLCC pada perhimpunan aman yang dianjurkan hari ini.

Allahyarham merupakan suami kepada Ketua Wanita KEADILAN Setiawangsa, Rusni Malan.

Beliau dikatakan rebah akibat sesak nafas, ketika hambatan pasukan polis yang melepaskan semburan gas pemedih mata ke arah peserta Bersih yang berhimpun di kawasan itu.

Timbalan Pengerusi KEADILAN Wilayah, Zahir Husin berkata allahyarham kemudian dikejar ke Hospital Kuala Lumpur sebelum disahkan meninggal dunia.

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  • Abdullah  On July 10, 2011 at 8:23 am

    Those who throw stones in glass houses should expect broken glass. Those who break laws should be ready to accept the consequences. Sorry to say.

    • abu shahid  On July 10, 2011 at 8:30 am

      Is it appropriate forest law is used for people who have been independent or is another new colonizers.Sorry to say

  • Abdullah  On July 10, 2011 at 11:38 am

    The Malaysian police has obtained court order to block protestors, and has issued warnings after warnings against the so called peace rally led by an anti-Islam Indian woman. It is not forest law that was enforced, but common law against all forms of aggression. Independent people should be using their independence with solaat, muzzakarah and patience, besides being law-abiding citizens. The pictures shows very un-Islamic actions by the rally goers, enhancing Western views that Islam is equals to aggression.

    • abu shahid  On July 10, 2011 at 11:50 am

      The apparent fact is DYMM Agong has ordered space is made in good faith negotiations between the two sides.
      Bersih has been agreed when Najib promise to provide a stadium on the Bersih.
      Where is the dignity of such a leader who had ignored orders here.Who is infringe DYMM Agong now?

  • Abdullah  On July 10, 2011 at 12:18 pm

    The fact is that the rally is deemed illegal, and still is, the defiant leader is the leaders of the rally, not anyone else. Please don’t point fingers, and go back to the fundamental question. Are the people rallying breaking the law? The answer is a simple YES. Anything that happens after that is the attempt of the authorities to negotiate and uphold the law, and to stamp the law-breakers. A good leader would not openly endanger their people, instead they would opt for negotiations and muzzakarah.

    • abu shahid  On July 10, 2011 at 12:28 pm

      Item is clear is that Najib had mock his promise to clean, he did not provide a stadium which he says allowed marched until dawn, you should not forget that He promises.
      Malaysian Constitution clearly allows the demonstration, so what’s wrong with the actual clean up their own deputies agreed to a peaceful rally Raman Net does not violate any laws of Malaysia.
      If LTdL can be monitored by the police why the Bersih is not treated so, Bersih of our own citizens are not. This is the double standard that you support.

    • amir  On July 12, 2011 at 12:37 am

      i bet the ppl in eqypt didnt care about any law that they broke when they marched for freedom against the dictator. i bet umno didnt care about any law that they broke when marching for our independence 50 years ago. i bet the palestinians didnt care about any law when they stood against the zionist israels. an unjust law is no law at all.

      • abu shahid  On July 12, 2011 at 12:48 am

        Thank you very much on your willingness to share in this blog.

  • Anonymous  On July 10, 2011 at 2:50 pm

    eh..okla tu

  • Anonymous  On July 13, 2011 at 11:28 am

    simple equation; orang yg tak suka “bersih” maknanya dia “pengotor”. lu fikirlah sendiri.

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