Khairuddin - Horses’ Mouths – 24 September 2015

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Pakatan Rakyat

PAS has its own role. PAS has been alone, and also with political partners. Now PAS is with PKR.

Takiyuddin Hassan, PAS secretary general

 

 

Malaysian

Please do not blame Malaysia and never be ashamed of the country. Problems are caused by individuals and groups of individuals, by those who were entrusted to lead and govern ... and by those who could not care less for the nation's interest. But no matter how unpalatable things are, never blame Malaysia, never be ashamed to be a Malaysian citizen.

Rafidah Aziz, former cabinet minister, asking the people not to blame Malaysia for the problems caused by individuals

 

 

Petaling Street rally threat

If the authorities do not take action, I am 99% confident that a gathering will take place and maybe a rusuhan (riot) will take place there as well.

Jamal Md Yunos, Sungai Besar Umno chief, threatening of "another commotion" at Petaling Street if demands by the red shirt protesters are not met

 

He (Jamal) has gone overboard, taking the law into his own hands.  How can he threaten the government agencies with a riot?

Wee Ka Siong, MCA deputy president, insisting that the red shirt rally organiser, Umno leader Jamal Yunos, who is threatening to hold another rally and possibly riot in Petaling Street here this Saturday should face the law

 

 

Racist, redefined by Annuar Musa

If people want to label me a racist merely because I have a strong sense of love for the Malays, then I admit I am one. If you choose to use that definition, then yes.

Annuar Musa, Umno Supreme Council Member

 

 

1MDB

1MDB welcomes this profound advice of the eight-term MP for Kepong as timely and wise, to seek proof before making accusations and to uphold the rule of law, that one is innocent until proven guilty.

1MDB, applauding the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) deputy chairman Dr Tan Seng Giaw on his advice that one should not say things based on hearsay without seeking evidence first

 

 

Khairuddin

When he walked out of the court after being released, he was immediately re-arrested for offences under Section 124K and 124L of the Penal Code.

Matthias Change, Khairuddin Abu Hassan’s counsel, claiming his client was re-arrested under the Security Offences (Special Measures) Act (Sosma) at the Jalan Duta Court Complex in Kuala Lumpur around 4.40pm yesterday

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