Major Zaidi - Horses’ Mouths – 13 January 2015

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Major Zaidi

See you in Allah’s court!

Major Zaidi Ahmad, on being found guilty by the military court for whistle-blowing on problems with the indelible ink used in the May 2013 general election


Major Zaidi has played his role as a citizen to highlight the biggest scandal among the irregularities that marred the 13th general election. For that, he has paid a heavy price, while Malaysia, too, has lost a fine soldier today.

Bersih, Coalition for Free and Fair election


Eric Paulsen’s tweet

The act of blaming Umno for everything negative is part of the agenda of certain quarters and they will not stop doing so. This is why we remain consistent with our stand. We want to work together in Umno to prove these allegations wrong.

Hishamuddin Hussein, Umno vice-president, claiming lawyer Eric Paulsen is not investigated under the Sedition Act because of pressure from Umno


K-Pop fiasco

These indecent acts in public are to be expected when concerts are organised without considering its benefits compared to adverse effects. It is for this reason Islam forbids organising entertainment events that can cause carelessness, as its repercussions are far worse.

Othman Mustapha, Jakim (Malaysian Islamic Development Department) director-general, claiming indencency is to be expected at concerts, such as the one by K-Pop group B1A4 last Saturday



DAP has discredited and demonised PAS, perhaps it thinks it is difficult to capture Putrajaya and is contented with ruling Penang and to win more seats in Sarawak. Therefore, DAP does not think that it is necessary to cooperate with PAS any more but DAP will never rule the country by relying on its own strength alone.

Mustafa Ali, PAS secretary-general, opining DAP may have given up on Putrajaya and is content with the status quo


Rosmah’s advice

Don't just rely on the government, we (parents) are also responsible for giving the best to our children.

Rosmah Mansor, Prime Minister’s wife, urging parents to save money for investment so that they would not need to rely solely on government scholarships for their children


Zahid’s letter to FBI

We did not discuss this in the cabinet.

Muhyiddin Yassin, Deputy Prime Minister, revealing that the cabinet was not aware of the letter by Home Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi to the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI)

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