911 fringe news showed Malaysia more 1st World Than SGP
famiLEE LEEgime arrested 3 more under ISA
Strong contrast! Najib demonstrated confidence and security within the week of 10th Anniversary of 911 by ABOLISHING the Notorious ISA. famiLEE LEEgime cowards announced on Sept.11.2011 deliberately that the made 3 more arrests against Muslims under ISA.
This is a clear-cut show that Malaysia is more 1st world that famiLEE LEEgime.
Lee Kuan Yew old dog theif's famiLEE LEEgime is fearful and insecure so they tried to survive by hiding behind useless and childish ISA.
Najib announced this major reform decision on Malaysia Day which is also Lee Kuan Yew old dog theif's birthday! This is a special gift to LKy old dog to give this Islam-fobia dog a jab in the rear!
LEEgime chosen 911 anniversary to announce the 3 new arrests, Najib chosen Old Dog's Birthday to give him a BEST REPLY!
Abolishment Of ISA Should Make People More Responsible In Ensuring Peace And Order
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 15 (Bernama) -- The government's decision to abolish the Internal Security Act (ISA) as announced by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak today should make people be more responsible in ensuring peace and order in the country.
Universiti Utara Malaysia's Political and International Studies lecturer Md Shukri Shuib said the decision showed Najib's confidence in the Malaysian society's role including that of the legislative members of the opposition in the overall transformation process.
"With the abolishment of the ISA, indirectly, the executive branch (of the government) has given part of its power on the question of security to the judiciary and legislative, including the people.
"And those in the legal sector, including members of the Bar Council, should be more disciplined and also neutral. There should no more vacillating and hiding behind political activities.
"The opposition too should give their commitment to the transformation process," he said when contacted by Bernama.
Md Shukri said abolishing the ISA should also not pave the way for certain quarters to carry out subversive activities, but to see this decision as a right step to strengthen the country's functional and inclusive democratic system.
Najib in his Malaysia Day 2011 special address, announced that the ISA would be abolished and two new laws introduced to ensure continued peace, order, prosperity and harmony in the country.
In his address, Najib also announced the abolishment of the Banishment Act 1959, and comprehensive review of the Restricted Residence Act 1933, Publications and Printing Presses Act 1984 and Section 27 of the Police Act.
Md Shukri said there should not be polemic following this, with certain quarters claiming that the measures taken by the government were politically motivated.
He hoped the opposition would offer constructive alternatives in the formulation of new, comprehensive security laws, instead of playing up political sentiments.
Makkal Sakhti Malaysia president Datuk R.S. Thanenthiran said Najib's latest decision proved that he was keeping his promise made when he became prime minister -- to be a 'people's prime minister'.
Describing the decision as bold and daring, Thanenthiran said the decision to revoke the ISA had been awaited by the people.
"This is a major and awesome transformation for the good of the people, and the people should congratulate the prime minister for his courage and openness.
"I believe the decision was made after careful study by all concerned parties. The time is right for transformation in this era of modernisation. This outdated Act (ISA) should be abolished," he said.
Thanenthiran said the decision would not only improve Barisan Nasional's image, but also Malaysia's as there were still developed countries practising the ISA.
National Press Club president Mokhtar Hussain welcomed the government's decision to review the Publications and Printing Presses Act, hoping this would bring positive changes.
"Any positive changes to the Act will give more space to the press in Malaysia to play a more constructive role without any fear.
"It will also lift the standard of journalism in the country and enhance the integrity of the press in playing its role in a democratic society," he said.
Three detained under ISA between Jan and July: MHAUpdated 11:55 AM Sep 13, 2011SINGAPORE - Three men were detained under the Internal Security Act between January and July this year for their involvement in terrorism-related activities, said the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) yesterday.
They are Jumari Kamdi and Samad Subari - who are members of the Jemaah Islamiyah (JI) terrorist group - and Abdul Majid Kunji Mohammad, a member of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF).
Yesterday's press statement from the MHA came a day after the 10th anniversary of the Sept 11 attacks, and as Singapore's leaders reiterated the importance of vigilance in tackling the terror threat.
The three detained men are Singaporeans.
Jumari, who was detained in January, was a member of a JI network in "a neighbouring country where he had relocated to in the 1980s", the MHA said.
He had undergone para-military training organised by the JI, including the handling of weapons and firearms. Jumari was apprehended in November last year and was deported to Singapore.
Samad, another JI member, was one of the pioneer members of the Singapore JI network, the MHA said. He had undergone terrorist training with Al Qaeda in Afghanistan in 2001 and fled to Indonesia following the crackdown on the JI network.
He remained in hiding until his arrest by the Indonesian police in Sumatra in June 2009 and was jailed for immigration offences. Upon the completion of his prison sentence in June this year, Samad was deported to Singapore.
The MHA said Abdul Majid, who had been residing in Malaysia since the mid-1990s, was a member of the MILF since 1998.
He had "undergone para-military training in weapons-handling and the making of improvised explosive devices" at the MILF's Camp Abu Bakar in Mindanao, Philippines.
"Over the years, he aided the group in procuring funds and weapon components," the MHA said. Abdul Majid was arrested in Malaysia in May, this year and was subsequently deported to Singapore.
In its press statement, the MHA also said Mohamed Khalim Jaffar, a member of the Singapore JI, was released earlier this month on a Suspension Direction. Khalim was detained under the ISA in January 2002.
A Suspension Direction is made by the MHA to suspend the operation of an existing Order of Detention, subject to the execution of a bond and to conditions as the minister sees it.
The conditions may include restrictions in respect of a person's residence, employment, movements and activities.
A ministry spokesperson said there are 17 people on Orders of Detention, one on Suspension Direction and 49 on Restriction Orders currently.
Under a Restriction Order, a person must abide by certain conditions and restrictions after release, or risk being re-detained.
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