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Saturday, January 28, 2012

Ringing Bell in Temple stopped by Muslims in India. Muslims are snatching every right from Hindus in Muslim majority areas in India.

Every where in Muslim Populated areas in India, Hindus are discarded from their Religious rights.

Congress Govt. agrees ‘Aurangzebi Fatwa’ to STOP RINGING BELL IN TEMPLE in Bhagyanagar through its Muslim allies in Majalis Ittehadul Muslimin.

Bhagyanagar (Hyderabad) : 25th January : HE News Desk Hyderabad ~ late script ||

Anti-Hindu Congress Government in Andhra Pradesh has banned ringing of bell in Sri Bhagyalakshmi Temple in Char Minar area in Bhagyanagar. The Government has also imposed ban on performing ‘Maha-aarti’ and has deployed police force to implement the ban. Akbaruddin Owaisi a Member of Legislative Assembly (MLA) of ‘MIM (Majalis Ittehadul Muslimin)’, a Muslim Political Party being the alliance with State Congress Party of Andhra Pradesh, a southern state in India, has demanded to impose ban on processions taken out on Hindu festivals viz. ‘Ram-Navami’ and ‘Hanuman-Jayanti’. Hindu organizations are angered due to such demand by Owaisi. In a country where Hindus are in majority, a Muslim MLA, demanding ban on processions taken out during Hindu festivals, indicates that Hindus are staying in Pakistan and not in India. Muslims are now demanding ban on Hindu processions; tomorrow, they will demand for demolition of Hindu temples and will, later, demand that Hindus should become either Muslims or leave their womenfolk behind.

Unfortunately, Muslims are considered as a very lucrative vote bank for all the political parties in India and they are giving every concessions to the Muslims including special educational felicity in Madrasha, establishing Mosques and Muslim grave yards, reservation quota in services and jobs, special loans and arrangements for their business, felicities in personal laws under Shariyat, subsidy in Haj pilgrimage and many thing more.

Actually, lack of unity among Hindus is responsible for such situation and there is no alternative for Hindus to establish a Hindu Nation in Bharat to change this situation. It is now established that Congress Govt. is trampling sentiments of Hindus only to appease Muslims. Today, there is ban on ‘aarti’, ban on ringing bells in temple; tomorrow, these Hindu-hater rulers of Congress will issue a ‘fatwa’ that Hindus should adopt Islam; cows will be slaughtered in front of Hindu temples; Hindu women folk will be enjoyed by them by their choice; Hindus will be considered as ’Jimmi’ or otherwise to be slit on neck as being Kaffir and a Muslimstan will be established in India as Pakistan. How long are Hindus going to tolerate such Congress rulers with Jehadi force, who are making them experience how living in Pakistan would be. Now at least Hindus should unite and undertake a strong agitation, in a lawful manner, against those imposing curb on their religious rights and save Hindu Existence in India i.e. Bharat!

Islington girls forced into marriage at the age of nine

Dianna Nammi of the The Iranian and Kurdish Women’s Rights Organisation

TRIBUNE INVESTIGATION: Imam condemns ordeal of youngsters still in primary school amid alarming number of abuse cases

Finsbury Park Mosque imam Ahmed Saad
Published: January 27, 2012

AN alarming number of under-age girls – some as young as nine – are being forced into marriage in Islington, according to a leading campaign group.
The Iranian and Kurdish Women’s Rights Organisation (IKWRO) claim that at least 30 girls in the borough  were forced into marriage in 2010.
The practice was condemned by the Imam of Finsbury Park Mosque, who said such marriages were against Islam and “unacceptable”.
He pledged to invalidate any marriage which he said were carried out by “back-street Imams”.
IKWRO, which made headlines last month when they revealed there had been almost 3,000 “honour-based” violence cases in 2010, has shown the Tribune records which revealed at least three 11-year-old girls and two nine-year-olds had been forced into marriage with older men within Islington. The oldest girls involved were 16.
They have warned that hundreds of Islington girls could be suffering sexual, emotional and physical scars as a result of the child marriages every year and are calling for teachers, social workers and police to be better trained to spot and manage the abuse.
Information from the Ministry of Justice, following a Freedom of Information request, revealed that 32 Forced Marriage Protection Order applications were made for children under 16 in Britain last year.
Six of these were made for under-16s within Islington at the Royal Courts of Justice, although these were not necessarily made for Islington residents.
At the Islington court, “five or fewer” orders were made to protect children between the ages of 9-11.
The orders are a form of injunction that threaten legal punishment if marriage takes place due to emotional or physical force.
In most cases, the children fear they will be killed if they reveal the truth to anybody, while others believe they will be separated from their families and taken into social services’ care.
Dianna Nammi, director of IKWRO, explained that the girls are married in a mosque’s sharia court. This means they are not legally married according to British law, rendering the Home Office unable to recognise or prove the abuse.
“They are still expected to carry out their wifely duties, though, and that includes sleeping with their husband,” she said.
“They have to cook for them, wash their clothes, everything. They are still attending schools in Islington, struggling to do their primary school homework, and at the same time being practically raped by a middle-aged man regularly and being abused by their families. So they are a wife, but in a primary school uniform.
“The reason it doesn’t get out is because they are too terrified to speak out, and also the control their families have over them is impossible to imagine if you’re not going through it. The way it is covered up is so precise, almost unspeakable.”
Ms Nammi said that one 13-year-old had to sneak out of a maths lesson to contact the group, because she was being monitored so closely by her family.
“Her teacher didn’t notice because she said she’d gone to the toilet, but when she got home that day she was beaten,” she said.
“Her father knew she hadn’t been in maths because he had sent an uncle to spy on who she was talking to through the classroom window.”
Ms Nammi said that the girls are married off to family friends or family members to stop them from losing their virginity to anyone not chosen by their father.
However, the incentive is also often financial.
“The girl automatically becomes her husband’s property, so he takes financial responsibility for her,” said Ms Nammi.
“In fact, often the husband has to start contributing to the girl’s family, so it becomes a way of bringing in another salary.
“Who are girls going to tell? Often they feel like teachers at school won’t understand what their families are like. They will think they’re like Western families, and won’t understand that if they pass on anything at all that they’ve been told to the family, then the girl will be killed. So they just chose not to tell at all.”
IKWRO offers counselling and support to the children, but does not force them to take any action until they are ready. Often, that involves being placed in social services’ care.
Finsbury Park Mosque imam Ahmed Saad said he was glad the issue was being highlighted, and stressed that it was not an Islamic problem, but a cultural one.
“This is down to ignorance, and ignorant people who will use any excuse they can to do this to their children,” he said.
“It is the practice in their home countries and they don’t want to stop that here, so they will say it’s in the Koran, when it is not. According to Islam, it is entirely unacceptable.
“My own grandmother was married at the age of 11, but that was in 1907 in Egypt when lifespans were much shorter.
“I have heard of this happening in Islington by back-street imams. They are imams who have little knowledge of Islam – they are not educated, and they simply lead prayers, and yes they will do this and it is very quietly kept a secret with no one admitting to it.
“Islam says both parties must truly consent in their hearts, and if the girl was forced into it in any way then she can invalidate her Sharia marriage with or without the husband’s permission.
“I will personally do that for anyone who comes to me. This is simply child abuse, as a child does not know what they are doing.
“My heart goes out to the girls.”
Imam Saad explained that Sharia law stated an individual can marry when they begin puberty, with the most important stipulation being that they are “rushd”, or mature enough to understand marriage.
A spokesman for the Forced Marriage Unit (FMU) said he was “unsure” whether the lack of legal status of the marriages affected whether the they could intervene or not, but directed the Tribune to government practice guidelines on dealing with forced marriage.
The spokesman added that due to the lack of legal status the marriages may be a “criminal matter that only the police can deal with”, but admitted to it being "”a very grey area”.
The FMU guidelines state: “It is probable that children’s social care will play a key role in protecting the interests of the child or young person. This can be achieved not only by arranging practical help such as accommodation and financial support, but also by co-operating and working with other agencies such as police, health and education professionals.”
Sibel Balci-Saner, a Turkish and Farsi speaking adviser at IKWRO, said while that the Islington Police’s domestic violence co-ordinators were “brilliant” at dealing with the cases, front-line officers “can make things worse by not being sensitive because they don’t really understand what’s going on”.
“When they try and speak to the child’s parents they often have a language barrier,” she said.
“Too often they don’t bother to call an interpreter so they don’t talk to the parents at all about what they’re doing, until it goes to court much later. A common complaint we have is that it depends on who you are, too – some women say that when they’re from poorer families the police don’t take them as seriously.”

Bride at 12 – ‘I have to be a wife to him...’

ROJIN – this is not her real name – told a Tribune reporter how she had been forcibly married at the age of 12 to a 32 year-old man. She said she grew up in Finsbury Park where she lived with her parents from the Middle East.
After her “marriage” she said she was placed in care and then allowed to live with friends.
“I was forced by my dad,” she said. “He didn’t beat me or anything, he told me I was useless, no one would ever accept me anyway so I’d better just marry while someone wanted me because it wouldn’t happen again.
“I thought that if I didn’t do it I would just be taken away and married anyway, so it was better to co-operate and at least get to stay in England.
“Also, if I co-operated then if my husband treated me badly at least my family would support me against him. But if I said no, they’d say I was bringing shame on the family and wouldn’t support me no matter what he did, because I would have made them angry.
“My parents sorted out an imam to marry us quite quickly. The first one they approached said no, the next one said yes, and this was in Islington. I met my husband three days before my wedding, which only my close family was invited to.
“We were married in my parents’ house.
“He was a 37-year-old man from Birmingham [the Tribune understands he had come from the Middle East]. I told my parents that I had fallen in love with him and I was doing it for myself because my mum felt bad about what they were doing to me. That night I had to go to his flat and sleep with him because that’s what marriage is.
“But I didn’t want to. After that I told my husband I didn’t want to look at him or talk to him. I didn’t want him sitting next to me, standing next to me, nothing. He got frustrated and said that I had to sleep with him because I was his wife, but I said if he forced himself on me then I would call the police and tell them everything.
“After my mum died I was taken into care. I told my social worker about everything, but I missed out the bit about sleeping with him.
“Social services have no understanding of Islam, and they don’t know that for me, as a Muslim, I am still his wife because we were married by an imam and we have not divorced. So I still text him and want to go to see him because I have to as a wife.
“This is more of a marriage to me than a legal one because it’s by Allah. In my mind I know I have to still be a wife to him till he finally divorces me or I feel something bad will happen to me, or my mum, who is now dead, will have shame on her name.
“He refuses to divorce me, though. Friends have said they’d be happy to come with me to the mosque for a divorce to say yes to it.
“I live with friends so I don’t have to sleep with him, cook for him, nothing like that. He can’t beat me, and no one can kill me here, but I am trapped as his wife.
“Even when I am an adult and leave, I’ll have to go back to him as his wife until one day he finally grants me a divorce.”
The Tribune has been unable to authenticate what this girl told us.
We have seen a record kept by the Women’s Rights body (IKWRO) stating she had been placed in care but there did not appear to be independent evidence that this had taken place.
We stress this is the story of a 12-year-old girl as told to this newspaper.

Manglish or Bahasa rojak. How can?

The inexcusable translation in our government departments is not just a question of lack of professionalism and education but, more importantly, of attitude, especially of those at the top.

Throughout Malaysia’s arms spending history, the government has forked out billions on defence procurement while millions more have allegedly been used for commissions and backhanders.

And yet the defence ministry does not see fit to apportion a tiny fraction of its massive budget on the services of a translator.

It cannot be a lack of funds or a scarcity of translators. Is it an aversion which started after one high-profile translator connected to a particular defence purchase met an untimely end?

When the Ministry of Defence (Mindef) posted its error-riddled translation on its English website to describe the dress code appropriate for staff, it received extraordinary attention on social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter.

The translations ranged from the painful sounding “Clothes that poke eye” to the more serious safety connotation of the “Malaysian Government take drastic measures to increase the level of any national security threat”.

Defence Minister Zahid Hamidi admitted that his ministry had utilised the free Google online translator. He subsequently ordered the site to be removed temporarily. It is easy to blame Google.

The buck should stop with him, the minister. Was he being penny-wise, pound-foolish or is this merely lack of attention to detail? Military budgets are not just about buying the big toys. What use is the equipment if no one can translate the repair manuals for our service engineers?

It is not sufficient for Zahid to confirm that future translations will be done manually. Shouldn’t the Cabinet be looking to overhaul the whole education system and specifically the manner in which students treat their education and the learning of English? Nationalist sentiments should not override global aspirations.

Malaysia’s seemingly bottomless military budget has been spent on armaments and other defence hardware including the purchase of two Scorpene submarines at RM7.3 billion. The Scorpene deal allegedly included RM570 million on “coordination and support” services, a euphemism for “commission”, to a little-known company called Perimekar.

In the Scorpene scandal, which is now being fought in the French courts, a Mongolian model-cum- translator, Altantuya Shaaribuu, who was said to be fluent in Russian, English, Chinese and French, was later found murdered in a jungle in Shah Alam.

What about training and repair manuals?

Are the problems in Mindef the tip of the iceberg? Can Zahid reassure us that none of his men have used the free online Google translator to translate defence training or repair manuals from some foreign language to Bahasa?

The frequent waste of military hardware from crashing planes to defective equipment, has resulted in heavy loss of lives and expensive machines. The wide array of armaments from different countries, contribute towards complications in maintenance, poor operational effectiveness, stocking issues and compatibility between different systems. Could the translated manuals have posed a problem, too?

One former member of the armed forces confided, “The MiG manuals were translated from Hindi to BM. We bought the jets from Russia. MiG jets are built under licence in India for the Indian air force. The Russians must have found it easier to get the Hindi version translated instead.”

It isn’t just cyberspace where government bodies are maligned. Perak enters the New Year with the much-touted Visit Perak Year (VPY) 2012.

In 2011, the patience of hoteliers, travel agents and ordinary Perakians including politicians was tested when many claimed that very few people knew what VPY 2012 involved.

The state is hoping to receive in excess of three million visitors, both foreign and local tourists. Despite that, many tourist sites were not prepared for VPY 2012.

The ‘Ipoh Tree’ saga

In October 2011, a local Ipoh community paper, highlighted the glaring problems in the proficiency of English of the staff working at the Perak Tourist Information Centre (Pusat Pelancongan Perak) near the Ipoh Padang.

According to the paper, the Perak Tourism Information Centre, which is an extension of the Ipoh City Council’s tourism department, had an embarrassing description of the Ipoh Tree, emblazoned beneath a photograph of the tree, on display at the centre.

The full text which the paper reportedly found at the centre is reproduced here:

“The words ‘Ipoh’ makes us memorize to Ipoh Tree. Epu or Upas Tree (Antiaris Toxicarial). It can be found in many areas surrounding Ipoh City old time ago. Introduction about Ipoh tree as a place can get it from “Perak And The Malays” book author by J.F. Mcnair in 1979.

“This tree is grouping under ‘nettle’ species and can growth up until hundred feet’s tall. The primitive using the Ipoh Tree’s liquid to make a poison dart to use in their weapon. This tree also can be found in Borneo Sumatera, India and Philippine. Now days Ipoh Tree can be founded at Railway Station and D.R. Seenivasagam Park.”

Even primary school students will consider the above description, which is littered with errors, to be gibberish.

If people think that it does not matter that such things happen in a provincial city like Ipoh, then how about the gaffe which occurred when Chinese premier Wen Jiabao and his entourage visited Putrajaya? The banner flying at the welcoming ceremony was printed in inaccurate Chinese.

Or how about the court interpreter, Ting Chin Kin, who translated Teoh Beng Hock’s supposed suicide note using Google Translate?

Just like in the Mindef mess, the inexcusable translation in our government departments is not just a question of lack of professionalism and education but, more importantly, of the attitude, especially of those at the top. Incompetent officials appear to hold sway in the Malaysian civil service and Cabinet.

The top echelons should dispense with their “tidak-apa” attitude, and lead by example. If they demanded good results and accuracy, then perhaps, people might feel less inclined to say that the two important languages in Malaysia are Manglish and Malay.

AIM fund won’t help Indians, says PKR

Najib is urged to remodel the micro credit scheme.

KUALA LUMPUR: A PKR leader today called for a remodelling of Budget 2012’s micro credit scheme for poor Indians, saying the fund, as currently managed by Amanah Ikhtiar Malaysia (AIM), had no way of meeting its objective.

“What can one do with RM3,000?” said PKR Malacca vice-chairman G Rajendran in reference to the maximum amount a participant in the scheme can borrow.

He suggested that the amount be increased to RM30,000 and the credit, instead of being restricted to women, be offered to youths as well.

The budget allocates RM100 million for the scheme.

Rajendran said his call was a challenge to Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak to lend some credibility to his claim that he cared about the plight of poor Indians.

It would be a chance for him to prove that the scheme was more than just an election gimmick, he added.

He said RM3,000 was not even enough to set up a business premises. “At the most, one could probably set up a stall selling garlands, or vending nuts and other titbits or taking orders to tailor clothes.

“I can imagine that if 3,000 women in Malacca get the maximum credit, then we will have 1,000 flower stalls, 1,000 nut vendors and 1,000 seamstresses. The competition will be so stiff that no one will make any profit.”

He accused Najib of trying to buy votes through the scheme and said he was insulting the Indians by assuming that their support was cheap.

“If they give RM3,000 per person, then more than 33,000 people will get the loan. That means 33,000 families will be forced to vote for BN.”

He said many young Indians were interested in starting businesses of their own but could not get loans from banks and government-linked bodies because these institutions would entertain only those applicants with at least two years of business experience.

The scheme should not exclude them, whatever their gender, he added.

Umno To Act Tough Against Saboteurs Before General Election

UALA LUMPUR, Jan 28 (Bernama) -- Umno may activate its disciplinary committee to monitor members who are involved in acts of sabotage before the next general election.

Its president, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said this was an unprecedented move as the committee was normally set in motion once the general election was over to take action against members who violated party's rules and ethics.

"Problems cropped up in every election, especially in a big party. This is nothing new.

"There may be unbecoming behaviour. There may be disgruntled candidates, even supporters could act to the detriment of the party. So it is better that we take actions beforehand to maintain party discipline," he told reporters after chairing the Umno Supreme Council meeting here Friday night.

Umno deputy president Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin and party secretary-general Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor were present.

The prime minister said the disciplinary committee was authorised to take action against any misconduct in the party.

"We do not want any untoward things to happen after the election is over as they will be detrimental to the party. So it is better to be proactive.

"We have this mechanism. If there is any violation, the committee will take action and the action taken will be fair. Any complaints will be brought to the committee," he said.

On preparations for the next general election, he said the party's machinery was in a state of readiness, but efforts should be intensified to ensure that the tasks and instructions given were fully implemented to ensure victory.

Meanwhile, Najib said the meeting also discussed on the effectiveness of the 1Malaysia People's Aid (BR1M) with Supreme Council members asserting the need to ensure that all eligible households get the assistance.

He said the meeting also concurred with the government's decision to review the implementation of the Public Service New Remuneration Scheme (SBPA) to avoid dissatisfaction among civil servants.

ABU bukan organisasi dan tidak ada ketua, ABU bukan sokongan bersifat cek kosong

Kenyataan Terbuka
27 Januari 2012


Seminggu ini ABU atau Asalkan Bukan Umno telah menjadi perhatian. Bermula dengan insiden serangan bersifat perkauman terhadap Ceramah ABU di Dewan MBSA, Seksyen 30, Kg Jalan Kebun, Shah Alam sehinggalah kenyataan terbuka oleh S.Jayathas yang selepas itu diketahui bertindak atas arahan P. Utayakumar yang merupakan pimpinan Hindraf yang telah menubuhkan sebuah parti politik yang dikenali sebagai Parti Hak Asasi Manusia Malaysia.

Ditegaskan sejak awal ABU bukan sebuah organisasi atau jauh lagi sebagai sebuah pertubuhan bukan kerajaan. ABU ialah mewakili sentimen rakyat yang kecewa dan sedar dengan hakikat banyak masalah negara ini berpunca dari sebuah parti yang dicipta oleh penjajah iaitu United Malay National organisation (Umno). Seingat kami sentimen ABU ini mula wujud sekitar tahun 1998 selepas pemecatan DSAI dan kemudian diporpularkan oleh Hishamuddin Rais melalui blog Tukar Tiubnya.

Namun bermula beberapa bulan lepas beberapa organisasi seperti SAMM, SABM, PSM, PRM dan banyak lagi juga tidak ketinggalan beberapa organisasi mahasiswa serta aktivis-aktivis masyarakat yang bergerak sendirian telah bergabung dan bersetuju menghidupkan kempen ABU untuk menjadikan ia sentimen nasional dalam menyatukan kekuatan rakyat demi menumbangkan Umno dan Barisan nasional khususnya dalam PRU akan datang.

Kempen ABU ini menggariskan 3 perkara kenapa perlu rakyat menolak Umno iaitu
  • Isu sentimen perkauman melampau yang dibawa oleh Umno telah menggagalkan penyatuan rakyat juga sebagai senjata untuk mengalihkan isu apabila satu isu besar muncul dalam negara.
  • Isu Lynas diangkat kerana isu ini menunjukkan ketidak pedulian Umno terhadap suara rakyat sanggup memperjudikan nyawa rakyat demi projek menguntungkan pihak tertentu. Isu ini juga berkait rapat dengan pembaziran, rasuah yang menghilangkan hasil petroleum negara sehingga negara terpaksa mencari industri tenaga baru bagi menggantikan petroleum.
  • Isu harga barang yang melampau dan jelas regim gagal mengawal
Isu - isu ini diangkat kerana ia isu yang dekat dan mudah difahami oleh rakyat. Isu ini juga bersifat fundimental dan dikongsi oleh semua gerakan progresif. Maka dengan isu ini diharapkan dapat menyatukan semua gerakan progresif dan secara tidak lansung mengenepikan isu perbezaan yang tidak menguntungkan gerakan. Selain itu isu seperti keadilan asas dan sistem perundangan juga menjadi tumpuan.

Telah dipersetujui ABU tidak akan punya struktur tetapi hanya penggerak terdiri dari organisasi atau individu sekutu yang bersama dengan sentimen ABU. Maka tidak ada ketua cuma yang ada kemungkinan penyelaras berdasarkan keperluan program.ABU tidak ada hak cipta semua orang boleh bergerak atas ABu tetapi jika bersekutu bersama impaknya akan lebih berkesan.

Semua orang boleh buat t-shirt ABu atau apa sahaja bahan mempromosi ABU tanpa izin sesiapa. ABU milik rakyat.

Menyentuh mengenai Hindraf yang kononya menarik sokongan dari ABU dan kemudian dinafikan oleh Penyelaras Kebangsaannya Sambulinggam dan pimpinan dalam buangannya Waythamoorthy yang menyatakan Hindraf terus bersama ABU dan semua pihak yang menentang Umno dan Barisan Nasional. Menurut mereka kenyataan tidak bersama ABU itu cuma pendapat peribadi Uthayakumar.

Bagi SAMM yang menjadi sekutu bersama ABU kami tidak berminat dengan apa yang jadi dalam mana - mana organisasi. Tanpa atau bersama Hindraf, sentimen ABU akan terus bergerak dan terlekat dihati rakyat. Namun kami amat mengalukan Hindraf atau mana - mana organisasi atau individu yang berkongsi sentimen ini dan bergerak bersama kerana penyatuan kekuatan merupakan kelebihan dalam gerakan menumbangkan regim yang ditunjangi Umno.

Terbaru juga komen Wan Farel, Penyelaras Segmentasi Mahasiswa dalam isu melibatkan KUIN di Kedah yang sedikit dilihat menyerang Menteri Besar PR Kedah yang kemungkinan dilihat agak kontradik dengan kempen ABU yang didokong SAMM. SAMM secara penuh menyokong kenyataan Wan Farel dan menganggap ia pendirian SAMM secara rasmi.

Perlu ditegaskan dokongan SAMM terhadap ABU bukan 'cek kosong' kepada yang melawan Umno. Sokongan dan sentimen ABU berdasarkan prinsip. ABU ialah sentimen kesedaran rakyat yang ingin melihat Umno tumbang kerana keangkuhan mereka dipuncak kuasa. Namun jika mana - mana pihak khususnya yang baru berkuasa sedikit melakukan perkara yang sama maka sewajarnya ditolak.

ABu ialah milik rakyat. ABU bukan cerita siapa nak jadi YB tetapi penyatuan kuasa rakyat melawan Umno. ABU ialah menefestasi dalam PRU akan datang Umno bukan sekadar berdepan dengan Pakatan Rakyat sebagai lawan politik tetapi akan berdepan sentimen rakyat ; Asalkan Bukan Umno.

Road show ABU dan program - program berimej ABU akan terus diperhebatkan dan akan diumumkan dari masa ke semasa.

Program yang terdekat ialah Ceramah Umum memperkenalkan ABU di NS, 28 Januari 2012, 8.45 malam di Taman Seremban Selatan akan menampilkan pemimpin politik, pemimpin NGO dan aktivis masyarakat. Semua dijemput hadir.

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