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MEMANG SAH ARTIS KAHWIN DAPAT TAJAAN PIHAK BERKEPENTINGAN

In Artis Melayu on December 31, 2008 at 10:57 am

Pengajarannya: Orang awam jangan cuba nak tiru atau bergaya macam artis, nanti jadi papa…..beberapa (banyak) keturunan. Itupun jika sempat berketurunan sebelum bercerai….

Sewaktu perkahwinan di Felda Taib Andak, Kulai, Johor Bahru, Mawi & Ekin telah diangkut menaiki sebuah helikopter yang ditaja oleh rakannya dari Hotel Sofitel, Senai ke Sekolah Kebangsaan Sinar Bahagia, Felda Taib Andak. Perkahwinan yang penuh dengan gaya Raja Jawa Keraton. “World world juga, akhirat jangan lupa” sekadar mengingatkan. Biar glamour dunia akhirat.
# kostum Jawa termasuk aksesori untuk mempelai mencecah RM50,000. Bagi pelamin dan dekorasi pula dianggarkan sekitar RM200,000.
# Konsep pelamin adalah inspirasi istana lama Jawa yang mana perabot di Dewan Serbaguna ditaja Grandteak Puchong, Selangor.
# Kos bunga yang digunakan RM 10,000.


Gosip selanjutnya di SINI

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MEMANG SAH ARTIS KAHWIN DAPAT TAJAAN PIHAK BERKEPENTINGAN

In Artis Melayu on December 31, 2008 at 10:57 am

Pengajarannya: Orang awam jangan cuba nak tiru atau bergaya macam artis, nanti jadi papa…..beberapa (banyak) keturunan. Itupun jika sempat berketurunan sebelum bercerai….

Sewaktu perkahwinan di Felda Taib Andak, Kulai, Johor Bahru, Mawi & Ekin telah diangkut menaiki sebuah helikopter yang ditaja oleh rakannya dari Hotel Sofitel, Senai ke Sekolah Kebangsaan Sinar Bahagia, Felda Taib Andak. Perkahwinan yang penuh dengan gaya Raja Jawa Keraton. “World world juga, akhirat jangan lupa” sekadar mengingatkan. Biar glamour dunia akhirat.
# kostum Jawa termasuk aksesori untuk mempelai mencecah RM50,000. Bagi pelamin dan dekorasi pula dianggarkan sekitar RM200,000.
# Konsep pelamin adalah inspirasi istana lama Jawa yang mana perabot di Dewan Serbaguna ditaja Grandteak Puchong, Selangor.
# Kos bunga yang digunakan RM 10,000.


Gosip selanjutnya di SINI

MEMANG SAH ARTIS KAHWIN DAPAT TAJAAN PIHAK BERKEPENTINGAN

In Artis Melayu on December 31, 2008 at 10:57 am

Pengajarannya: Orang awam jangan cuba nak tiru atau bergaya macam artis, nanti jadi papa…..banyak keturunan. Jika sempat berketurunan sebelum bercerai….

Sewaktu perkahwinan di Felda Taib Andak, Kulai, Johor Bahru, Mawi & Ekin telah diangkut menaiki sebuah helikopter yang ditaja oleh rakannya dari Hotel Sofitel, Senai ke Sekolah Kebangsaan Sinar Bahagia, Felda Taib Andak. Perkahwinan yang penuh dengan gaya Raja Jawa Keraton. “World world juga, akhirat jangan lupa” sekadar mengingatkan. Biar glamour dunia akhirat.
# kostum Jawa termasuk aksesori untuk mempelai mencecah RM50,000. Bagi pelamin dan dekorasi pula dianggarkan sekitar RM200,000.
# Konsep pelamin adalah inspirasi istana lama Jawa yang mana perabot di Dewan Serbaguna ditaja Grandteak Puchong, Selangor.
# Kos bunga yang digunakan RM 10,000.


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Aktiviti Exco Pendidikan pada 30/12/08: Perasmian Minggu Apresiasi Siswa Unisel Sesi Disember 2008 di Kampus Bestari Jaya

In 1 on December 31, 2008 at 10:06 am





PAS JOINED FORCES WITH OTHER NGOs IN A DEMO AGAINST U.S + ISRAEL

In FATAH, HAMAS, ISRAEL ARAB, PAS, PLO on December 31, 2008 at 7:00 am

Reports and pics by courtesy of sun2surf with thanks.

Kuala Lumpur, 30 December 2008 : About 400 people made up of Pas supporters and members of non-governmental organizations chant slogans and carry Palestinian flags during a protest against Israel’s air assault on Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip, in Kuala Lumpur. The protestors gathered outside the Tabung Haji building in Jalan Tun Razak, before moving to the front of the U.S. embassy at 11.30am while shouting slogans to protest the open US support for Israel’s actions. The demonstrators protest against the Israeli attacks on Gaza, which has killed and wounded hundreds of Palestinians.

PAS JOINED FORCES WITH OTHER NGOs IN A DEMO AGAINST U.S + ISRAEL

In FATAH, HAMAS, ISRAEL ARAB, PAS, PLO on December 31, 2008 at 7:00 am

Reports and pics by courtesy of sun2surf with thanks.

Kuala Lumpur, 30 December 2008 : About 400 people made up of Pas supporters and members of non-governmental organizations chant slogans and carry Palestinian flags during a protest against Israel’s air assault on Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip, in Kuala Lumpur. The protestors gathered outside the Tabung Haji building in Jalan Tun Razak, before moving to the front of the U.S. embassy at 11.30am while shouting slogans to protest the open US support for Israel’s actions. The demonstrators protest against the Israeli attacks on Gaza, which has killed and wounded hundreds of Palestinians.

PAS JOINED FORCES WITH OTHER NGOs IN A DEMO AGAINST U.S + ISRAEL

In FATAH, HAMAS, ISRAEL ARAB, PAS, PLO on December 31, 2008 at 7:00 am

Reports and pics by courtesy of sun2surf with thanks.

Kuala Lumpur, 30 December 2008 : About 400 people made up of Pas supporters and members of non-governmental organizations chant slogans and carry Palestinian flags during a protest against Israel’s air assault on Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip, in Kuala Lumpur. The protestors gathered outside the Tabung Haji building in Jalan Tun Razak, before moving to the front of the U.S. embassy at 11.30am while shouting slogans to protest the open US support for Israel’s actions. The demonstrators protest against the Israeli attacks on Gaza, which has killed and wounded hundreds of Palestinians.

HAMAS DAN ISRAEL DI SEMENANJUNG GAZA

In FATAH, HAMAS, ISRAEL ARAB, Palestine, PLO, usa on December 31, 2008 at 5:00 am








Hamas is an Islamic fundamentalist organization whose military wing has admitted responsibility for attacks against Israeli civilians and soldiers.

The group came into being in December 1987, growing out of the Muslim Brotherhood, the religious and political organization founded in Egypt. Its goal is an Islamic fundamentalist Palestinian state. It is considered a terrorist organizations by Israel and the United States.

Hamas is an acronym for “Harakat Al-Muqawama Al-Islamia” or Islamic Resistance Movement, in English. The group was primarily a religious and charitable organization between the 1960s and 1980s. It has wings devoted to religious, military, political and security activities.

Hamas has an annual budget of $70 million, according to the Council on Foreign Relations. It gets financial support from expatriate Palestinians, private donors in the Middle East, Muslim charities in the West, and Iran.

Here are some notable events in its 21-year history:

1988 – The covenant of the Islamic Resistance Movement is published. The group presents itself as an alternative to the PLO.

1989 – An Israeli court convicts Hamas leader Sheikh Ahmed Yassin of ordering Hamas members to kidnap and kill two Israeli soldiers.

April 1994 – Hamas orchestrates its first suicide bombing. Five are killed in the Israeli city of Hedera.

February to March 1996 – The Palestinian Authority cracks down on Hamas, after a series of Hamas-orchestrated suicide bombings in Israel kill more than 50 people. Palestinian President Yasser Arafat condemns the bombings, referring to them as “a terrorist operation.” Later, the PNA arrests approximately 140 suspected Hamas members.

1997 – Hamas leader Sheikh Ahmed Yassin is released from prison.

1999 – King Abdullah of Jordan closes down Hamas headquarters in Jordan.

2001 – The U.S. State Department lists Hamas on its official list of terrorist groups.

June 12, 2003 – A suicide bomber disguised as an ultra-orthodox Jew detonates himself on a Jerusalem bus, killing 16 Israelis. Hamas claims responsibility.

August 20, 2003 – A suicide bomber detonates himself on a bus killing at least 20 Israelis. Hamas and Islamic Jihad claim responsibility.

January 2004 – The first Hamas female suicide bomber kills four Israelis at Erez crossing in a joint operation with the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades.

March 14, 2004 – Hamas and the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades claim responsibility for a double attack at the Israeli port of Ashdod that kills 10 Israelis.

March 22, 2004 – Hamas leader Yassin is killed by Israeli air strikes.

March 23, 2004 – Dr. Abdel Aziz Rantisi is named as Yassin’s successor.

April 17, 2004 – Rantisi is killed by an Israeli air strike on his car.

August 31, 2004 – The Islamic militant group Hamas claims responsibility for deadly simultaneous explosions on two buses in the southern Israeli city of Beer Sheva that killed at least 14 people and wounding more than 80.

September 26, 2004 – A leading member of Hamas, Izz Eldin Subhi Sheikh Khalil, is killed by a car bomb as he leaves his home in Damascus, Syria.

December 12, 2004 – An attack at a checkpoint on the border between the Gaza Strip and Egypt kills five Israelis. Hamas claims responsibility.

January 14, 2005 – A bomb at the Karni crossing at the Israel-Gaza border kills six Israelis. Hamas claims responsibility.

January 25, 2006 – Hamas, running as the “Change and Reform Party,” participates for the first time in Palestinian parliamentary elections. The group is fielding 62 candidates.

January 26, 2006 – Hamas wins a landslide victory in the Palestinian legislative elections. Hamas wins 76 seats, and Fatah 43 seats in the 132-seat Palestinian Legislative Council, giving Hamas a majority.

March 29, 2006 – The new Palestinian Prime Minister, Ismail Haniya, and his cabinet are sworn in. The governments of the United States and Canada say they will have no contact with the Hamas-led Palestinian government.

June 25, 2006 – Hamas militants attack an Israeli military post and kill two soldiers. A third, Gilad Shalit, is kidnapped. The Palestinian government denies any knowledge of the attack.

Early June 2007 – After a week of battles between Hamas and Fatah, Hamas seizes control of Gaza.

June 14, 2007 – Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas dissolves the government and dismisses Ismail Haniya as Prime Minister. Haniya rejects this and remains the de facto leader in Gaza.

April 18-19, 2008 – Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter meets with exiled Hamas leader Khalid Meshaal, in Damascus, Syria.

June 2008 – Cease-fire truce between Hamas and Israel negotiated by Egypt goes into effect. Hamas agrees to stop firing rockets at Israeli border communities and Israel will allow limited trade into and out of Gaza. The cease-fire has a six-month deadlines.

December 19, 2008 – Hamas formally ends cease-fire with Israel. Attacks between the two had continued the entire time to some degree, escalating more in November.

From December 24, 2008 – The rocket attacks from Hamas increase and so do the retaliation air strikes from Israel.

Pictures and stories by courtesy of CNN

HAMAS DAN ISRAEL DI SEMENANJUNG GAZA

In FATAH, HAMAS, ISRAEL ARAB, Palestine, PLO, usa on December 31, 2008 at 5:00 am








Hamas is an Islamic fundamentalist organization whose military wing has admitted responsibility for attacks against Israeli civilians and soldiers.

The group came into being in December 1987, growing out of the Muslim Brotherhood, the religious and political organization founded in Egypt. Its goal is an Islamic fundamentalist Palestinian state. It is considered a terrorist organizations by Israel and the United States.

Hamas is an acronym for “Harakat Al-Muqawama Al-Islamia” or Islamic Resistance Movement, in English. The group was primarily a religious and charitable organization between the 1960s and 1980s. It has wings devoted to religious, military, political and security activities.

Hamas has an annual budget of $70 million, according to the Council on Foreign Relations. It gets financial support from expatriate Palestinians, private donors in the Middle East, Muslim charities in the West, and Iran.

Here are some notable events in its 21-year history:

1988 – The covenant of the Islamic Resistance Movement is published. The group presents itself as an alternative to the PLO.

1989 – An Israeli court convicts Hamas leader Sheikh Ahmed Yassin of ordering Hamas members to kidnap and kill two Israeli soldiers.

April 1994 – Hamas orchestrates its first suicide bombing. Five are killed in the Israeli city of Hedera.

February to March 1996 – The Palestinian Authority cracks down on Hamas, after a series of Hamas-orchestrated suicide bombings in Israel kill more than 50 people. Palestinian President Yasser Arafat condemns the bombings, referring to them as “a terrorist operation.” Later, the PNA arrests approximately 140 suspected Hamas members.

1997 – Hamas leader Sheikh Ahmed Yassin is released from prison.

1999 – King Abdullah of Jordan closes down Hamas headquarters in Jordan.

2001 – The U.S. State Department lists Hamas on its official list of terrorist groups.

June 12, 2003 – A suicide bomber disguised as an ultra-orthodox Jew detonates himself on a Jerusalem bus, killing 16 Israelis. Hamas claims responsibility.

August 20, 2003 – A suicide bomber detonates himself on a bus killing at least 20 Israelis. Hamas and Islamic Jihad claim responsibility.

January 2004 – The first Hamas female suicide bomber kills four Israelis at Erez crossing in a joint operation with the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades.

March 14, 2004 – Hamas and the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades claim responsibility for a double attack at the Israeli port of Ashdod that kills 10 Israelis.

March 22, 2004 – Hamas leader Yassin is killed by Israeli air strikes.

March 23, 2004 – Dr. Abdel Aziz Rantisi is named as Yassin’s successor.

April 17, 2004 – Rantisi is killed by an Israeli air strike on his car.

August 31, 2004 – The Islamic militant group Hamas claims responsibility for deadly simultaneous explosions on two buses in the southern Israeli city of Beer Sheva that killed at least 14 people and wounding more than 80.

September 26, 2004 – A leading member of Hamas, Izz Eldin Subhi Sheikh Khalil, is killed by a car bomb as he leaves his home in Damascus, Syria.

December 12, 2004 – An attack at a checkpoint on the border between the Gaza Strip and Egypt kills five Israelis. Hamas claims responsibility.

January 14, 2005 – A bomb at the Karni crossing at the Israel-Gaza border kills six Israelis. Hamas claims responsibility.

January 25, 2006 – Hamas, running as the “Change and Reform Party,” participates for the first time in Palestinian parliamentary elections. The group is fielding 62 candidates.

January 26, 2006 – Hamas wins a landslide victory in the Palestinian legislative elections. Hamas wins 76 seats, and Fatah 43 seats in the 132-seat Palestinian Legislative Council, giving Hamas a majority.

March 29, 2006 – The new Palestinian Prime Minister, Ismail Haniya, and his cabinet are sworn in. The governments of the United States and Canada say they will have no contact with the Hamas-led Palestinian government.

June 25, 2006 – Hamas militants attack an Israeli military post and kill two soldiers. A third, Gilad Shalit, is kidnapped. The Palestinian government denies any knowledge of the attack.

Early June 2007 – After a week of battles between Hamas and Fatah, Hamas seizes control of Gaza.

June 14, 2007 – Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas dissolves the government and dismisses Ismail Haniya as Prime Minister. Haniya rejects this and remains the de facto leader in Gaza.

April 18-19, 2008 – Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter meets with exiled Hamas leader Khalid Meshaal, in Damascus, Syria.

June 2008 – Cease-fire truce between Hamas and Israel negotiated by Egypt goes into effect. Hamas agrees to stop firing rockets at Israeli border communities and Israel will allow limited trade into and out of Gaza. The cease-fire has a six-month deadlines.

December 19, 2008 – Hamas formally ends cease-fire with Israel. Attacks between the two had continued the entire time to some degree, escalating more in November.

From December 24, 2008 – The rocket attacks from Hamas increase and so do the retaliation air strikes from Israel.

Pictures and stories by courtesy of CNN

HAMAS DAN ISRAEL DI SEMENANJUNG GAZA

In FATAH, HAMAS, ISRAEL ARAB, Palestine, PLO, usa on December 31, 2008 at 5:00 am








Hamas is an Islamic fundamentalist organization whose military wing has admitted responsibility for attacks against Israeli civilians and soldiers.

The group came into being in December 1987, growing out of the Muslim Brotherhood, the religious and political organization founded in Egypt. Its goal is an Islamic fundamentalist Palestinian state. It is considered a terrorist organizations by Israel and the United States.

Hamas is an acronym for “Harakat Al-Muqawama Al-Islamia” or Islamic Resistance Movement, in English. The group was primarily a religious and charitable organization between the 1960s and 1980s. It has wings devoted to religious, military, political and security activities.

Hamas has an annual budget of $70 million, according to the Council on Foreign Relations. It gets financial support from expatriate Palestinians, private donors in the Middle East, Muslim charities in the West, and Iran.

Here are some notable events in its 21-year history:

1988 – The covenant of the Islamic Resistance Movement is published. The group presents itself as an alternative to the PLO.

1989 – An Israeli court convicts Hamas leader Sheikh Ahmed Yassin of ordering Hamas members to kidnap and kill two Israeli soldiers.

April 1994 – Hamas orchestrates its first suicide bombing. Five are killed in the Israeli city of Hedera.

February to March 1996 – The Palestinian Authority cracks down on Hamas, after a series of Hamas-orchestrated suicide bombings in Israel kill more than 50 people. Palestinian President Yasser Arafat condemns the bombings, referring to them as “a terrorist operation.” Later, the PNA arrests approximately 140 suspected Hamas members.

1997 – Hamas leader Sheikh Ahmed Yassin is released from prison.

1999 – King Abdullah of Jordan closes down Hamas headquarters in Jordan.

2001 – The U.S. State Department lists Hamas on its official list of terrorist groups.

June 12, 2003 – A suicide bomber disguised as an ultra-orthodox Jew detonates himself on a Jerusalem bus, killing 16 Israelis. Hamas claims responsibility.

August 20, 2003 – A suicide bomber detonates himself on a bus killing at least 20 Israelis. Hamas and Islamic Jihad claim responsibility.

January 2004 – The first Hamas female suicide bomber kills four Israelis at Erez crossing in a joint operation with the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades.

March 14, 2004 – Hamas and the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades claim responsibility for a double attack at the Israeli port of Ashdod that kills 10 Israelis.

March 22, 2004 – Hamas leader Yassin is killed by Israeli air strikes.

March 23, 2004 – Dr. Abdel Aziz Rantisi is named as Yassin’s successor.

April 17, 2004 – Rantisi is killed by an Israeli air strike on his car.

August 31, 2004 – The Islamic militant group Hamas claims responsibility for deadly simultaneous explosions on two buses in the southern Israeli city of Beer Sheva that killed at least 14 people and wounding more than 80.

September 26, 2004 – A leading member of Hamas, Izz Eldin Subhi Sheikh Khalil, is killed by a car bomb as he leaves his home in Damascus, Syria.

December 12, 2004 – An attack at a checkpoint on the border between the Gaza Strip and Egypt kills five Israelis. Hamas claims responsibility.

January 14, 2005 – A bomb at the Karni crossing at the Israel-Gaza border kills six Israelis. Hamas claims responsibility.

January 25, 2006 – Hamas, running as the “Change and Reform Party,” participates for the first time in Palestinian parliamentary elections. The group is fielding 62 candidates.

January 26, 2006 – Hamas wins a landslide victory in the Palestinian legislative elections. Hamas wins 76 seats, and Fatah 43 seats in the 132-seat Palestinian Legislative Council, giving Hamas a majority.

March 29, 2006 – The new Palestinian Prime Minister, Ismail Haniya, and his cabinet are sworn in. The governments of the United States and Canada say they will have no contact with the Hamas-led Palestinian government.

June 25, 2006 – Hamas militants attack an Israeli military post and kill two soldiers. A third, Gilad Shalit, is kidnapped. The Palestinian government denies any knowledge of the attack.

Early June 2007 – After a week of battles between Hamas and Fatah, Hamas seizes control of Gaza.

June 14, 2007 – Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas dissolves the government and dismisses Ismail Haniya as Prime Minister. Haniya rejects this and remains the de facto leader in Gaza.

April 18-19, 2008 – Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter meets with exiled Hamas leader Khalid Meshaal, in Damascus, Syria.

June 2008 – Cease-fire truce between Hamas and Israel negotiated by Egypt goes into effect. Hamas agrees to stop firing rockets at Israeli border communities and Israel will allow limited trade into and out of Gaza. The cease-fire has a six-month deadlines.

December 19, 2008 – Hamas formally ends cease-fire with Israel. Attacks between the two had continued the entire time to some degree, escalating more in November.

From December 24, 2008 – The rocket attacks from Hamas increase and so do the retaliation air strikes from Israel.

Pictures and stories by courtesy of CNN