Monday, June 16, 2008

Niamah!!!

If you visit here and are wondering why this blog hasn't been updated for eons it's because the writings are now here.

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7 comments:

patthebardude said...

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Farah Adila a.k.a. Mrs Atif Arafat said...

niamah??i sell kuih raya...read up my blog will you???thanx!!(",)

xxx said...

Setelah baca nie blog, ane jadi kepengen murtad!

FORUM MURTADIN (EX MUSLIM) INDONESIA

SMS Cinta dari Allah

Pusing ane..

Said Saiful Fazli said...

nice blog

singgah2 lar ke

www.aepull.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

KUALA LUMPUR ― The Malaysian Multimedia and Communications Commission (MCMC) has questioned actor and former radio deejay Patrick Teoh over a Facebook post that excoriated PAS for its Chinese New Year rules in Kedah, sources say.

The Malaysian Insider understands that MCMC officers recorded Teoh’s statement yesterday but did not state whether he had committed any offence by posting the comments or if he would be charged, saying they would first need to review his remarks before deciding on the next course of action.

“MCMC had recorded his statement and a few of our officers have completed the process,” one source told The Malaysian Insider.

Another source confirmed the interview, saying it came after protests over the comments made in the celebrity’s Facebook social networking account.

When contacted, Teoh said he had no comment to make for the moment.

The Perak-born celebrity, once dubbed the “Voice of Malaysia”, outraged many with the post, including his fans who vented their disappointment and disgust at the outspoken actor’s remarks and chided him for being religiously insensitive towards Muslims despite living in a multicultural country.

“After all these years living with your Malay-Muslim friends, still u don’t know how to not touch the sensitivity Patrick? all enormous respect for u I’ve been giving all these years have gone into the drain,” a former supporter identified as Lan Halamy wrote on Teoh’s Facebook page on Wednesday.

“If you have nothing good to say, please refrain your fingers from typing something useless and insensitive as what you did just now,” wrote another follower, Nadia Zulkefli.

“Patrick, I do agree with you that PAS shouldn’t try to impose Islamic values to non-Muslims but the way you put it in your previous status makes me go ‘hmmmmm?’” one Rina Sadon posted on the social network, adding that she found it “kindda weird [sic]” to be the one offering advice as she had grown up listening to the once-popular veteran radio deejay.

Teoh, who has starred in local movies such as “Nasi Lemak 2.0”, “Buli” and “The Red Kebaya”, had drawn flak over the offending Facebook post in which he criticised the Kedah government’s January 9 guidelines for the state’s upcoming 1 Malaysia Chinese New Year event, which dictated, among others, the appropriate attire for officials, stage performers and choice of songs and dances.

Teoh has since removed the offensive post from his Facebook page, and apologised for his remarks, which he acknowledge had made him sound like a religious bigot.

“Whoa!!!...whoa...whoa...I now realise what I did that was wrong and why it generated so much hate-mail. I had thought that the criticism came from my use of the phrase, ‘Quran-thumping m***** F*****...’ I was wrong. It came from my reference to ‘Give up individuality and be sheep? Pray 5 times a day? Cover up all women?’ which was totally out of line. It didn’t convey what I was trying to say in the post and came out like a bigoted selfish statement. For that I apologise sincerely to all Muslims. Minta maaf. But I do not apologise for calling that person a... well you know what I mean. I hope.

Several Muslim leaders have called for stern action to be taken against the former deejay.

-themalaysianinsider.com

Anonymous said...

Patrick, you should go and advertise for Proton on their new Suprima model. Did you hear the Inglish the chinaman speaking? Stupid advertisement.