Thursday, January 24, 2013

Najib dan Utusan Malaysia, sehari tidak menipu, bolih sawan agaknya!

Sekembalinya Datuk Seri Najib Razak dari lawatannya ke Gaza pada 22 Januari lalu beliau dengan bangganya menipu pencacai-pencacai Umno yang bonggok mengatakan lawatannya berjaya membantu ke arah usaha perdamaian antara Hamas dan Fatah ke arah penyatuan rakyat Palestin.

Lidah resmi bani syaitan Utusan Malaysia melalui ruangan "Bisik-Bisik Awang Selamat" melaporkan:
Lawatan Datuk Seri Najib Razak ke Gaza

Sekarang, baca apa yang diperkatakan oleh Presiden Palestin, Mahmoud Abbas sepertimana dilaporkan oleh akhbar Al-Arabiya:
Lawatan Datuk Seri Najib Razak ke Gaza pada 22 Januari
Najib Razak dan Utusan Malaysia, sehari tidak menipu, tidak fitnah, bolih sawan agaknya!

Najib ni lebih kurang macam Semah bini dia juga, jenis muka tak malu. Presiden Mahmoud Abbas tak suka, dia yang terhegeh-hegeh..!


“The Palestinian presidency announces its rejection and condemnation of the Malaysian prime minister's visit to Gaza,” a statement said.
Abbas's bureau called on the Malaysian government to provide “clarification,” saying that Prime Minister Najib Razak called Abbas earlier and told him that Malaysia was going to provide humanitarian aid to the strip, and that he will meet a Palestinian delegation in Cairo afterwards.

“[The visit] undermines Palestinian representation and reinforces the division and does not serve Palestinian interests,” it continued.

The bureau considered the visit a contribution to a conspiracy aiming to “divide the Palestinian land;” one that “serves Israeli plans to keep Jerusalem isolated from the Palestinian state,” the agency reported.

On Tuesday, the Malaysian prime minster pledged solidarity with the Palestinians on his first trip to Gaza, throwing his support behind reconciliation efforts between Hamas and Fatah.

Najib, who entered via the Rafah crossing from Egypt with Foreign Minister Anifah Aman and other officials, was met by Hamas prime minister Ismail Haniya.

Speaking shortly after his arrival, Najib said his visit was intended “to show solidarity and our support for the struggle of the Palestinian people.”

“We may come from thousands of miles away ... but we are one Umma (Muslim nation) and we believe in the struggle of the Palestinian people,” he said.

Najib also expressed support for renewed reconciliation efforts between the Islamist movement Hamas and the rival Fatah party, including attempts to form a consensus government to pave the way for new elections.

Amid criticism of his visit from Fatah headed by President Abbas, Najib said a unity government would be a good “response” to Israeli elections which were under way on Tuesday.

“We believe in this unity government and we pray to Allah that the talks will be successful and a united government will become a reality in the near future,” Najib said.

Haniya commented on the vote, warning that "the trend of the Israeli elections suggests a move from an extremist government to a more extreme government."

“This requires us as Palestinians, and Arabs, and Muslims, to build a unified strategy to confront rising Zionist extremism.”