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Malaysia is among the most friendly and hospitable places in the world to work and live in, while Malaysians are warm, friendly people who easily accept foreigners into their circle of friends.
Malaysia is among the most friendly and hospitable places in the world to work and live in. In addition, the country's tropical climate with its uniform temperatures allows light, comfortable clothing throughout the year.
Expatriates and their families will enjoy a safe and comfortable living environment with 21st century amenities, good healthcare and medical facilities, excellent educational institutions, and world-class recreational and sports facilities - at costs much lower than in their own countries.
One of the country's most distinctive features is its rich diversity of cultures, a heritage derived from its racial mix of some of the world's oldest civilisations - Malay, Chinese and Indian. This potpourri of race and culture has enabled Malaysians to speak at least two, and even three, languages - Malay (the national language), English, and their own mother tongue. Living in such a cosmopolitan environment, Malaysians are warm, friendly people who easily accept foreigners into their circle of friends.




Sunday, January 25, 2009

A Tissue Without A Purpose

My heart is bleeding, screaming to be put to ease. Attempts to soothe its pain are fruitless, blaring shrieks from the T.V. echoing in my head.

Mother and 8 kids brutally murdered.

9 year old girl rocks methodically, surrounded by her decapitated family.

Father of 4 cradles his murdered children, prayers rolling effortlessly off his tongue.

I have no time to mourn each victim, too many in too little time. Their bodies stack up on my conscience, each one adding to the heaviness of my eyes. They help the tears form and stain my cheeks, finally succumbing to a dry puddle on my lip. I wipe them away, their life as short as the victims I see before me.

I sigh collectively, feel my body shudder before my face collapses into my hands. I sob uncontrollably. I manage to recite prayers, indecipherable words muffled by the tears.

I collect myself, rub my burning eyes with my wet sleeve. Still, the tears continue, flowing without consent, without warning.

I wipe them away again, but this time, my hands turn a golden red, drenched with warm blood. Tear after tear, I am soaked with the blood of the victims, their fears and worries staining my soul, their lives and deaths scarring my being.

And so my heart still bleeds. As always, it screams for mercy, its cries only drowned out by shrieks of those who have suffered. Its faint beating often stutters, catching its breath, a hiccup in its suffering.

But as quickly as the tears ceased, they begin again, suddenly overcome by grief, forever struck with pain.

Please pray for the innocent victims of Gaza

Zionist controlled mainstream media never showed the Jews protesting.

Jewish communities in Morocco have condemned Israel's deadly military campaign in the Gaza Strip, calling for an end to the violence.

"For more than two weeks the residents of Gaza, sitting targets, are suffering under the bombs, the widespread destruction, the lack of food and water… The pictures of Palestinian children torn from life are unbearable," the Council of Jewish Communities in Morocco (CCIM) said in a Thursday statement sent to AFP.

"We, Moroccan Jews, are in solidarity with the innocent victims who are suffering, in Gaza and elsewhere… No just and viable solution can be found through force," the council added.

The director of the Foundation of Judeo-Moroccan Cultural Heritage Simon Levy also said that the unjustified slaughter going on the Palestinian region was 'more than deplorable.
"It's horrible and it is not like that that I see Judaism," he added, urging international organizations to intervene and resolve the crisis.

The condemnation from a community of over 5000 Jews came just a day after hundreds of Jewish Americans surrounded the entrance of the Israeli consulate in Los Angeles to protest Israel's offensive in Gaza.

On Monday, many other Jews communities staged similar protests around the world calling for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza.

Jewish groups in Turkey, Britain, Australia, and Canada organized demonstrations in favor of peace in the Gaza Strip.

Reports indicate that Israeli Jews in Jerusalem (al-Quds) and Tel Aviv have also staged several protests in the past few days, calling for an end to the offensive against Gaza.

The Jewish demonstrators, who were demanding an end to 'Israeli apartheid' in the Palestinian coastal strip, chained themselves to the entrance of the Consulate and blocked the driveway to the parking area.

In another protest in Manhattan, New York, Rabbi Yisroel Weiss of the orthodox Neturei Karta movement also attacked Israel for its operation in Gaza.

“We want the world to know that Zionism is stealing the identity of the Torah and of the Jewish people,” said the well-known Rabbi.

The Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni, however, has responded to world-wide protests against the regime's military onslaught in Gaza by expressing concern over what she has called 'a wave of anti-Semitism'.

This is while a third week of Israeli attacks come to an end in Gaza with over 6000 Palestinian casualties, including 1100 lost lives.

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Obama Blind to Muslims

Even Muslims not easily swayed by al-Qaeda rhetoric have their doubts about Obama.The misgivings have been rising after he remained mostly silent during Israel’s offensive in Gaza.Obama expressed concern about civilian casualties, but otherwise deferred to Bush — a decision some observers interpreted as a sign of support for Israel.“Despite all the idealism and multiculturalism at his disposal, Barack Obama will not change the world,” the Pakistani newspaper Dawn editorialized Sunday. “The liberals who voted for him include millions of American Jews, and as such Obama can’t be expected to open America’s eyes to the reality of Palestine.”

“The Israeli attack in Gaza was meant to destroy Hamas and tie Obama up like Gulliver,” says Michael Scheuer, former head of the CIA’s bin Laden unit and an outspoken critic of the U.S.’s pro-Israel policies.“Israel sought to destroy a democratically elected government, and America supported the action — Bush via words, Obama via his silence.I happen to think the Israelis had the right to defend themselves,” he said, adding that they ruined any chance of Obama starting out on “a new foot vis-(à-vis) the Muslim world.”

Even so, it would be hard for Obama to be less popular than Bush in the Muslim world.

During his farewell trip to Iraq last month, Bush was nearly beaned in the face by a shoe flung by an irate local journalist.

“Obama should change U.S. policies,” says Mian Muhammad Asif, who owns an Islamabad business selling water purifiers. “America must learn some lessons from the past. There should be no more shoe-throwing.”

USA Today