UMNO label ulama mereka sebagai pengganas hahaha...

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‎..pada hari ini satu taklimat keselamatan diberikan kepada para mufti dan pegawai agama di seluruh negara..tamat pada pukul 1 p.m..beberapa tokoh dimasukkan sebagai mengancam keselamatan negara..saya pun dimasukkan juga..saya tidak kisah, memang ada pun pendapat saya yang tidak sama dengan kerajaan pusat termasuk dalam isu BERSIH..namun yang peliknya 40 ULAMA MUDA UMNO juga dimasukkan dalam senarai pengganas khusus Ustaz Fathul Bari..demikian setelah mereka berhempas membela kerajaan UMNO, inilah balasannya..Arab Saudi dan ulamanya dianggap negara pengganas..parti politik tertentu yang menerima bantuan dari Arab Saudi juga dianggap ada unsur pengganas..sudah pasti lulusan Madinah semuanya pengganas..inilah apabila madu dibalas racun, penawar dibalas tuba..elok Ulama Muda UMNO mengambil langkah yang drastik.. - DrMAZA.com

Juara berita paling bangang dalam Utusan Meloya

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Saya nak tumbuk Anwar - Kamariya

Kamariya Rejab menunjukkan kad kahwin anak tunggalnya dan laporan polis terhadap perhimpunan haram Bersih di Kuala Lumpur, semalam.

KUALA LUMPUR 16 Julai - "Kalau jumpa Anwar, (Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim) saya nak tumbuk dia. Apa yang dia nak lagi...bertaubat sajalah."

Kata-kata kemarahan itu diluahkan oleh seorang ibu, Kamariya Rejab, 59, yang kecewa setelah majlis perkahwinan anak tunggalnya yang sepatutnya berlangsung meriah bertukar muram gara-gara tindakan pertubuhan haram Gabungan Pilihan Raya Bersih dan Adil (Bersih) yang didalangi Anwar mengadakan demonstrasi jalanan di ibu negara pada Sabtu lalu.

Akibat terlalu marah dan kecewa, wanita itu membuat laporan polis pada hari kejadian dan nekad untuk menyaman penganjur perhimpunan haram itu yang didakwa telah mengakibatkan dia mengalami kerugian RM45,000.

Menurut Kamariya, dia yang bekerja sebagai pembantu pejabat di pejabat Kedutaan Malaysia di Singapura sanggup berulang-alik ke rumahnya di Desa Pandan, Kampung Pandan di sini sejak enam bulan lalu untuk menguruskan persiapan perkahwinan anak perempuan tunggalnya, Rehan Jaharudin, 29.

"Rehan adalah satu-satunya anak saya dan sudah lebih 50 tahun saya menunggu detik manis untuk menyaksikan majlis perkahwinannya berlangsung dalam suasana meriah.

"Selama lebih 20 tahun saya bekerja keras menyimpan wang untuk perbelanjaan perkahwinannya tetapi alangkah kecewanya apabila ia berlangsung dalam suasana muram disebabkan ramai tetamu tidak dapat hadir kerana takut terperangkap dalam kesesakan jalan dan Kuala Lumpur bertukar wajah menjadi seperti 13 Mei 1969," katanya.

Kamariya ditemui pemberita semasa datang untuk mendapatkan khidmat guaman percuma yang disediakan oleh Pertubuhan Ikatan Usahawan Kecil dan Sederhana Malaysia (Ikhlas) di Bazar Masjid India di sini, hari ini.

Menurut Kamariya, dia menjemput seramai 3,000 tetamu untuk meraikan majlis perkahwinan Rehan dengan menantunya, Mohd. Dzulfikar Mahtar, 29, pada Sabtu lalu di kediamannya tetapi hanya 1,000 orang yang hadir.

Selain saudara-mara dari seluruh Semenanjung, katanya, dia turut menjemput kenalan dari Singapura dan juga rakan setugas anaknya di pejabat Suruhanjaya Perkhidmatan Awam (SPA) Putrajaya serta tempat lamanya di Tenaga Nasional Berhad.

"Saya dan suami, Jaharudin Khan, 63, yang merupakan siak masjid berasa sedih kerana hanya jiran-jiran yang tinggal di Desa Pandan sahaja yang boleh datang menyebabkan lauk-pauk yang ditempah dari syarikat katerer terkenal dengan kos RM45,000 terpaksa disedekahkan kepada tetamu untuk dibawa pulang," katanya.

Kamariya berkata, peristiwa sedih itu bukan sahaja membuatkan dia menangis tetapi terpaksa dihantar ke klinik untuk mendapatkan rawatan dan diberi cuti sakit tiga hari kerana terlampau tertekan dengan penganjuran perhimpunan haram itu.

Semoga Allah membalas kelakuan buruk kamu wahai biawak

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Lahabau punya Queen Elizabeth, kenapa lu pakai baju BERSIH?

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PANAS: Peniaga KL Rugi RM 40 Billion gara-gara BERSIH

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July 9, 2011

Peniaga KL Rugi RM 40 Billion gara-gara BERSIH Kuala Lumpur, 10 Julai – Para peniaga di sekitar Kuala Lumpur hari ini mendakwa mereka kerugian hampir mencecah RM 40 billion gara-gara perhimpunan haram BERSIH semalam.

Makcik Ros, seorang peniaga karipap mendakwa beliau kerugian kira-kira RM 56.89 juta selepas perniagaan terpaksa ditutup bagi mengelakkan bertembung oleh peserta perhimpunan haram BERSIH. ”Selalunya Makcik buka jam 8 pagi dekat Central Market, tutup jam 12 tengah hari dengan jualan purata RM 30 juta hari biasa, dan RM 50 juta hari minggu”, kata Makcik Ros dengan nada kecewa kepada wartawan.

Manakala seorang penjaja aiskrim, En Din Yasin, merungut jualannya merosot mendadak daripada RM 7 billion setiap hari, tetapi semalam hanya RM 68.90 sahaja. Selalunya pada hujung minggu ramai kanak-kanak akan membeli aiskrim miliknya, tapi semalam ia berkurangan. ”Saya amat marah kepada BERSIH”, kata En Din Yasin dengan nada tegas. “Selalunya jualan kami mencecah RM 37 juta sehari, tapi hari ini terpaksa makan sendiri sahaja…”, kata Kak Ros dan Pak Jib ketika membuat sidang media selepas BERSIH.

Peniaga cendol, Pak Jib pula hampir sama ceritanya, beliau menganggarkan kerugian yang dialami semalam kira-kira RM 65 juta untuk cendol biasa, RM 38 untuk cendol special serta RM 96 untuk cendol aiskrim. ”Semalam saya tidak berani untuk membuka gerai cendol saya di Puduraya”, kata Pak Jib kesedihan.

Sementara itu, Persatuan Peniaga Roti Canai Kuala Lumpur (PERCOKAI) Encik Ebrehem Alikatak berkata, setakat laporan yang diperoleh lewat petang semalam, anggaran kerugian penjaja-penjaja roti canai seluruh Kuala Lumpur dianggarkan RM 28 billion. ”Ia adalah anggaran sahaja untuk roti canai biasa, dan tidak termasuk roti telur, roti sardin, roti tirai, roti pelempang dan lain-lain”, kata Encik Ebrehem Alikatak sambil menepuk meja dan menjegilkan mata ke arah wartawan.

BERSIH, Berita Panas, Isu Semasa

Berita baik untuk semua, mereka BIMBANG!

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“Umno tidak bimbang (mengadapi) pilihan raya adil,” kata Najib.

Selepas BERSIH 2.0, budak2 kecik pun tak suka Najib

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Najib goes walkabout in Jalan TAR, Masjid India

KUALA LUMPUR (July 10, 2011): Just one day after the Bersih 2.0 rally which saw thousands of Malaysians taking to the streets here, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak today led his own team of over 100 supporters for a walkabout along the same route.
He was also joined by Women, Family and Community Development Minister Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil together with her Skuad Sayang, as well as Deputy Federal Territory and Urban Wellbeing Minister Datuk M. Saravanan.
The group, many of whom were chanting "1Malaysia," started moving from Sogo shopping complex at about 5pm, escorted by about 20 police officers led by KL Deputy CPO Datuk Amar Singh Ishar Singh.
Sogo was among several major shopping centres in the area ordered to shut down on Saturday for security reasons.
The group also passed through Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman shopping district, with Najib taking the opportunity to show his concern over losses incurred by shop owners due to the rallies on Saturday.
Among others, Najib dropped by at the Jakel emporium and several goldsmiths.
There were also police officers and outriders stationed at various points along the route in order to assist the procession.
The crowd dispersed at about 6pm after Najib made his final stop at Wisma Yakin.

Kisah benar BERSIH 2.0: Kebenaran tidak boleh dilindung

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Klip Youtube terbaik BERSIH 2.0, aman tanpa keganasan polis

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Ahli Perkasa kata Ibrahim Ali Pendekar Melayu Takde Telur

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Apa yang terjadi hari ini mengajar aku tentang sesuatu.Iaitu jangan pakai sangat apa orang politik dan pemimpin NGO cakap.Semuanya'Cakap Tak Serupa Bikin".

Pendekar Melayu with no balls.. (Pendekar Melayu takde telur)

Contoh yang terbaik ialah Ibrahim Ali Presiden Perkasa.Selepas retorik demi retorik yang dilagukan mengenai Melayu sejak ditubuhkan,hari ini terbukti dia ni memang tak ada telur.Jadi aku dah jadi geli nak jadi ahli Perkasa lagi.Walaupun yuran yang dibayar adalah untuk keahlian seumur hidup,aku halalkan sajalah. 

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Pautan berita BERSIH 2.0 dari seluruh dunia

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Washington Post - Eileen Ng, Sean Yoong - ‎2 hours ago‎
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — At least 20000 Malaysians defied government warnings by marching for electoral reforms Saturday, as police fired tear gas and detained more than 1600 people in the country's biggest political rally...

The Independent - Sean Yoong, Eileen Ng - ‎4 hours ago‎

More than 20000 people defied government warnings in Malaysia yesterstady to attend a rally calling for political reforms. Police used batons, water cannon and tear gas to prevent demonstrators gathering in Kuala ...

Al-Arabiya - Teresita Cruz-Del Rosario - ‎7 hours ago‎
(Illustration by Amarjit Sidhu) By Teresita Cruz-Del Rosario It is easy to explain the current protests in Malaysia as an instance of the winds of the Arab Spring blowing eastward. After all, the demands look familiar: electoral reform, ...

Financial Times - Jennifer Pak - ‎6 hours ago‎
Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon at thousands of demonstrators to prevent them from assembling to rally for electoral reform on Saturday. Some 1600 people were arrested for defying the government ban in a ...
TIME (blog) - Hannah Beech - ‎10 hours ago‎
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia's capital, has always been a city redolent with tropical blooms. In recent weeks, the country's opposition has been hoping to add a note of jasmine—of the political, not floral variety—to the air by calling for nationwide ...

Taipei Times - ‎11 hours ago‎
By Loa Iok-sin / Staff Reporter Hundreds of Malaysian students attending universities across Taiwan rallied at Liberty Square in Taipei yesterday as part of a globally coordinated campaign to call for fair and clean elections inMalaysia, ...

euronews - ‎8 hours ago‎
Police in Malaysia have arrested more than 1400 anti-government protesters after thousands of people marched on the capital Kuala Lumpur. Officers fired repeated rounds of tear gas to break-up the crowds who had evaded city-wide roadblocks to take part ...

Indian Express - ‎10 hours ago‎
Malaysian riot police officers fire tear gas at activists from Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih) during a rally in Kuala Lumpur. AP/PTI Malaysian Opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim said he had sustained an injury on his head and a cut on his ...

CNN International - Eve Bower - ‎12 hours ago‎
By the CNN Wire Staff Malaysian police handcuff protesters at a mass rally calling for electoral reform in Kuala Lumpur on July 9. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (CNN) -- Malaysian authorities cracked down on protesters demanding free and fair elections ...

Voice of America - ‎11 hours ago‎
July 09, 2011 Thousands Protest in Malaysia's Capital Luke Hunt | Kuala Lumpur Thousands of protesters have descended on Malaysia's capital - despite the closing of key roads - to attend a banned rally demanding electoral reforms. ...

San Francisco Chronicle - ‎11 hours ago‎
July 10 (Bloomberg) -- Malaysian police fired tear gas and rounded up protest leaders as thousands of opposition-backed activists defied a government ban to march on Kuala Lumpur's Merdeka Stadium yesterday to demand fair elections. ...

Al-Arabiya - Bibhu Prasad Routray - ‎12 hours ago‎
Malaysian police set up road block on the road link to Stadium Merdeka, also known as Independence Stadium in city center of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. (AP Photo) By BIBHU PRASAD ROUTRAY At the end of the day on 9 July nobody entered the heavily sealed ...

Ghana Broadcasting Corporation - ‎11 hours ago‎
More than 500 people have been arrested in the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur ahead of a large anti-government rally. Police used tear gas and imposed a massive lockdown of the city in an attempt to prevent the opposition-led protest going ahead. ...

Telegraph.co.uk - ‎14 hours ago‎
Malaysia's opposition leader condemns treatment of protesters campaigning against the nation's Prime Minister Najib Razak. Protesters gathered near the city centre in an attempt to make a show of force in front of Mr Razak who they say is not reforming ...
Sky News - ‎12 hours ago‎
Police have used tear gas and water cannons to disperse an estimated 20000 strong political demonstration in the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur. Prime Minister Najib Razak's ruling National Front coalition has faced weeks of intense pressure to reform ...

Sydney Morning Herald - Romen Bose, Julia Zappei - ‎15 hours ago‎
Malaysian police have fired teargas and water cannon, making 1400 arrests during clashes with protesters who defied government warnings to rally in the capital for electoral reform. Leaders of opposition parties were among those detained during a ...

Channel News Asia - ‎16 hours ago‎
KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim said he suffered a bruise on his head and a cut leg Saturday after police fired tear gas on protesters demanding poll reform ahead of general elections. Looking frail but in high spirits, ...

Telegraph.co.uk - ‎17 hours ago‎
More than 500 anti-government protesters were arrested after pitched battles with police in the streets of Kuala Lumpur, the Malaysian capital. By Telegraph reporter and agency in MalaysiaPolice fired tear gas at 8000 protesters, many of whom were ...

Aljazeera.net - ‎18 hours ago‎
Police in Malaysia have fired tear gas and arrested hundreds of protesters in the biggest opposition-backed rally in years. More than 20000 demonstrators massed across Malaysia's capital Kuala Lumpur on Saturday, demanding electoral reforms, ...

The Hindu - ‎18 hours ago‎
Breaching a lockdown imposed by authorities, more than 10000 people on Saturday poured onto the streets of Malaysian capital in the biggest political rally in years to demand electoral reforms. People came out in fair numbers for the opposition-backed ...

Toronto Sun - ‎19 hours ago‎
Malaysian police fired tear gas and detained more than 500 people in the capital on Saturday in a bid to prevent thousands of anti-government protesters from putting on a massive show of strength against Prime Minister Najib Razak. ...

BBC News - ‎20 hours ago‎
Malaysian police have arrested hundreds of people and cordoned off the centre of the capital, Kuala Lumpur, to try to prevent anti-government activists holding a banned rally demanding voting reform. More than 440 people were detained as a group ...

The Associated Press - ‎22 hours ago‎
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Police detained at least 338 activists trying to assemble at a stadium and sealed off parts of Malaysia's largest city Saturday in an attempt to prevent a banned rally seeking electoral reforms. The opposition-backed rally ...

San Jose Mercury News - Liz Gooch - ‎26 minutes ago‎
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia -- Police arrested almost 1700 people and fired tear gas at protesters in Malaysia'scapital Saturday in an attempt to prevent a rally by advocates of an overhaul of elections. Officials said that protest leaders ...

Herald Sun - ‎Jul 8, 2011‎
MALAYSIA'S government imposed a massive lockdown on the capital Saturday as thousands of protesters demanding electoral reforms were expected to defy a police ban and hold a rally. Police sealed off the major arteries into Kuala Lumpur overnight with ...

Sydney Morning Herald - Romen Bose, Julia Zappei - ‎12 hours ago‎
Photo: AFP KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon, making 1400 arrests during clashes yesterday with protesters who defied government warnings to rally in the capital for electoral reform. Leaders of opposition parties were ...

Bernama - ‎11 hours ago‎
KUALA LUMPUR, July 10 (Bernama) -- The illegal Bersih 2.0 rally Saturday was not confined to seeking a change in the electoral system, but aimed at tarnishing Malaysia's image internationally as protests were also staged in several parts of the world. ...

Straits Times - ‎28 minutes ago‎
Malaysian police take away an arrested protester during a mass rally calling for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur on July 9 2011. -- PHOTO: AFP KUALA LUMPUR - A TOTAL of 1667 people were arrested for taking part in various rallies in the city, ...

TODAYonline - ‎6 hours ago‎
KUALA LUMPUR - Police fired tear gas and arrested hundreds of activists, as tens of thousands of demonstrators massed yesterday across Malaysia's main city demanding electoral reforms in the country's biggest political rally in years. ...

ABC Online - Zoe Daniel - ‎19 hours ago‎
Police in Malaysia have used batons, tear gas and water cannons on demonstrators campaigning in Kuala Lumpur for changes to electoral laws. More than 1400 people have been arrested as tens of thousands ...

Polis gagal kekang BERSIH 2.0, ini ceritanya (ENGLISH)

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Fortress KL: How did Bersih 2.0 slip past?

Roadblocks, negative reports and incessant warnings from the authorities did not stop thousands from swarming downtown Kuala Lumpur to demand clean and fair elections.
NONEThe busy junction in front of the Puduraya bus terminal became the focal point of yesterday's protest as crowds snowballed from 500 in nearby Petaling Street at 12.40pm to a whopping 10,000 just half an hour later.

And while the protesters faced off with the police at Jalan Pudu, just round the corner, mere metres away an estimated thousand more were turned away from the original planned gathering point Stadium Merdeka, which was barricaded by police with barbed wire.

But with so many obstacles in place and the entire city practically locked down with roadblocks and closure of key LRT stations, how did the protesters give the police the slip and organised themselves?

The answer, perhaps, is still a mystery to Bersih 2.0 and possibly even the police who had placed much of its strength at key rally points in Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman, Pasar Seni, Masjid Jamek and Masjid Negara, leaving Petaling Street relatively unguarded.

Petaling Street catalyst

Having conducted mass arrests at pre-announced gathering points in Masjid Negara, the old railway station nearby, Sogo and Masjid Jamek, the police somehow left Petaling Street alone where the protest grew.

NONESmall clusters had gathered at the Chinatown market as early as 11am when suddenly, applause broke and the group started marching.

As the group crossed Jalan Tan Cheng Lock and further down to Jalan Petaling, it grew from 500 to 1,000, believed to include another few hundreds that were chased out from Masjid Negara, Pasar Seni and Dayabumi building.

bersih rally petaling street 090711As they moved down Jalan Petaling, the group, by chance, was bolstered by PAS supporters who had escaped arrest in the area around Masjid Jamek and Masjid India.

Within 15 minutes, the march had snowballed to about 4,000 people, clogging up the entire stretch of Jalan Sultan, about 750m away from Stadium Merdeka.

By then, the procession had taken a rather carnival-like atmosphere, with urbanites carrying flowers and Malaysian flags, singing songs and chanting “Bersihkan Piliharaya” (Clean up the election).

Young, multiracial crowd

Notably, the crowd was made up of many Malaysians in their 20s who were first-time demonstrators.

Ibrahim Suffian, director of independent research house Merdeka Centre, dubbed this group as the Facebook generation.

“Other than the usual opposition supporters, I noticed a lot of newcomers this rally. This may signify that Bersih 2.0 has managed to spark something through Facebook to galvanise this kind of support,” said Ibrahim, who had also walked yesterday.

NONEWhile several marshalls were spotted, the crowd mostly moved organically, strangely stopping at corner of Jalan Sultan and Jalan Tun HS Lee when they could have marched all the way up to the stadium to confront the riot police defending the historical landmark.

Herd mentality somehow led the crowd of 4,000 to Jalan Tun Perak, where about 1,000 from Masjid Jamek who had gathered in front of the Maybank tower, near the recently renovated Puduraya bus station.

It was then that the first real leader of the demonstration emerged in the form of PAS election director and former Bersih steering committee member Dr Hatta Ramli, who ominously announced on loudspeaker, “If you have a yellow shirt, this is the time to put it on.”

A diverse group, one common cause

Moments later, the first barrage of tear gas began raining in and pandemonium broke lose.

Tens of thousands of people started running towards Puduraya while those on the hill slope by the Maybank building climbed gates to get as far away from the stinging gas as possible, crowding a fountain to wash their faces.

The tear gas split the group into two, one which regrouped at Jalan Pudu where a protracted stand-off with the police took place, while the remainder joined a smaller crowd from Kuala Lumpur Selangor Assembly Hall which had earlier marched to Stadium Merdeka.

NONEIn the end, this Bersih 2.0 group led by national laureateA Samad Saidmanaged to get only several hundred meters away from the Istana before they were stopped, failing thus to hand over their the movement's petition to the Agong.

But despite being foiled from its original plan, Bersih 2.0 had succeeded in getting ordinary Malaysians from all walks of life - from the trendies to the skull-cap wearing conservatives - to come together for a common cause.

And unlike other protests before, it was a multiracial crowd that at 4pm, when unexpectedly informed that police would allow them to march to Jalan Sultan, it was met by rounds of “thank you” and the crowd broke into an impromptu rendition of the national anthem.

Police brutality

In comparison, Malaysiakini reporter Ahmad Fadzly Esa reported that only 20 Perkasa members were spotted for their “stroll” in Taman Titiwangsa lakes, when they had initially promised about 15,000 for a counter-rally. The group had called it off after failing to secure a police permit.

Meanwhile, a counter rally by Umno Youth in Bukit Bintang attracted 500 'patriots', slightly over a third of the 1,400 people arrested yesterday.

NONEOn the same note, police brutality remains a concern as heavy-handed measures were employed to disperse what was a peaceful march until the water cannons and tear gas were deployed.

Bleeding protestors were carted off by police personnel, while a man spotted on the ground with a fracture and his wrists bound in police-issued plastic handcuffs.

He had boot marks on his pants and claimed that several police personnel had pinned him to the ground and kicked his leg.

The police brutality will remain fresh in the minds of many over the coming weeks and would likely undermine many of the government's transformation policies which are gradually being rolled out.

Polis pun kecut rupanya bila kena ugut, Pres. PAS bebas awal

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Bebas Hadi 24 jam atau himpun di Bukit Aman
Harakahdaily



KUALA LUMPUR, 9 Julai: PAS menuntut supaya Presidennya, Datuk Seri Tuan Guru Abdul Hadi Awang dibebaskan segera sebelum satu juta ahlinya turun berkampung ke Bukit Aman.Penolong Setiausaha Agung PAS, Dr Syed Azman Syed Ahmad Nawawi dalam sidang medianya menuntut Abdul Hadi dibebaskan dalam masa 24 jam sebelum ahli-ahli PAS dari seluruh pelusuk negara datang berhimpun di Bukit Aman.

(TG Abdul Hadi berbaju kuning dalam trak polis dan dibawa ke Balai Polis Jinjang bersama tahanan yang lain sebelum di bawa ke IPK KL)

Abdul Hadi ditahan polis di KL Sentral bersama setiausaha politiknya, Dr Shamsuri Mokhtar dan dibawa naik ke trak polis.

Dari sana, Abdul Hadi dimaklumkan dibawa ke IPK Kuala Lumpur oleh sebuah kereta polis.

Presiden PAS dibebaskan
Harakahdaily

KUALA LUMPUR, 9 Julai: Presiden PAS, Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang dibebaskan jam 7.25 malam dengan cara dihantar terus ke rumah penginapan beliau dekat Sentul.

Menurut sumber, Abdul Hadi dihantar dengan sebuah kereta polis selepas kenyataan beliau direkodkan di IPK Kuala Lumpur.
(TG Abdul Hadi dan setiausaha politiknya di atas trak polis sebelum dibawa ke Balai Polis Jinjang dan kemudiannya ke IPK KL)
Pengerusi Bersih 2.0, Datuk S Ambiga juga dibebaskan jam 6.30 petang tadi.

PAS menuntut supaya Presidennya, Datuk Seri Tuan Guru Abdul Hadi Awang dan lain-lain dibebaskan segera sebelum satu juta ahlinya turun berkampung ke Bukit Aman.

Penolong Setiausaha Agung PAS, Dr Syed Azman Syed Ahmad Nawawi dalam sidang medianya menuntut Abdul Hadi dibebaskan dalam masa 24 jam sebelum ahli-ahli PAS dari seluruh pelusuk negara datang berhimpun di Bukit Aman.