13th Malaysia’s Election

  1.  Today, our Prime minister, YAB Dato Seri Najib Tun Razak have announced  that Parliament have been dissolved effective immediately. So, we wait for few week for election to replace or maintain our government. 2. This election shall be the toughest election in Malaysian history. This election are expected to be a turning point … Continue reading 13th Malaysia’s Election

Sept 1981 – The Dawn Raid

A modern world story of David and Goliath By Leela Barrock There is something about Kumpulan Guthrie Bhd that strikes a cord with the underdog — though it is not quite clear why. Guthrie was, after all, never an underdog, it was instead, once upon a time, a market favourite. Neither was Guthrie ever a … Continue reading Sept 1981 – The Dawn Raid

The history of Vatican

A resignation of Pope Benedict have ignite my curiosity about Catholic Churches. Though the Vatican is a famous icon for Christianity, its name existed long before the advent of the religion. The name was first given to one of the hills on the side of the Tiber River, which is opposite to the Seven Hills … Continue reading The history of Vatican

Himpunan Kebangkitan Rakyat : Photo Gallery

11 January 2013-  Himpunan Kebangkitan Rakyat or self translate “Rise of People Assembly” have being held peacefully in Stadium Merdeka, Malaysia. The rally went on smoothly and peacefully with police maintaining a minimal but effective presence to ensure safety and order. The participant come in various NGO organization, political affiliate and all races. Congratulation to … Continue reading Himpunan Kebangkitan Rakyat : Photo Gallery

We Will Not Go Down (Gaza Tonight) – Micheal Heart

WE WILL NOT GO DOWN (Song for Gaza) (Composed by Michael Heart) A blinding flash of white light Lit up the sky over Gaza tonight People running for cover Not knowing whether they’re dead or alive They came with their tanks and their planes With ravaging fiery flames And nothing remains Just a voice rising … Continue reading We Will Not Go Down (Gaza Tonight) – Micheal Heart

Woman Right in Egypt Constitution

Women’s rights in Egypt’s draft constitution—that Egyptians will vote for or against in a public referendum in December 15—is one of the most debated issues among supports and opponents of the constitution. Opponents of the draft constitution argue that it undermines women’s basic rights and freedoms. Its supporters, on the other hand, claim that it … Continue reading Woman Right in Egypt Constitution

Minorities and Freedoms in Egypt Constitution

On Saturday, December 1, Egypt President Morsi called all citizens, in and outside Egypt, for a public referendum on the new draft constitution, to be held on 15 December. The draft constitution, coming in the wake of tensions that followed the decree issued by President Morsi, granting him sweeping powers, has also prompted widespread protests … Continue reading Minorities and Freedoms in Egypt Constitution