Rabu, 6 Mac 2013

10,000 ORANG TAUSUG DARI JOLO NAK BELASAH GENG KIRAM III? TAKPE TERIMAKASIH, KAMI ADA ATM & PDRM SERTA SOKONGAN SEMUA SULU' SABAH DI MALAYSIA!

" Nombor yang anda dail sudah tiada dalam perkhidmatan lagi ...tuuutt...tuuut"
Bila KIRAM III tipon HQ PKR dan Anwar Ibrahim.


Media luar negara pun nak amik kesempatan nak perhangatkan lagi suasana.
OPS DAULAT masih berterusan di mana anggota keselamatan negara terus memburu dan membantai penganas geng Kiram III yang menceroboh Sabah.

Dalam pada itu, timbul desas-desus kononnya 10,000 orang Tausug sedang dalam perjalanan ke Sabah untuk turut serta membelasah dan membantai pengganas geng Kiram III.

Tetapi Gabenur Wilayah Autonomi Mindanao telah menafikan khabar angin tersebut. Jaid kita anggaplah ianya SANDIWARA LAWAK JENAKA SLOT LAWAK MINGGU INI DARIPADA MEDIA FILIPINA YANG ANTI PRESIDEN FILIPINA dan PERDAMAIAN MILF-FILIPINA.

Di samping itu juga warganegara Malaysia keturunan Sulu' seramai 300,000 di Sabah dan 20,000 orang di Johor Bahru telah menyatakan dengan tegas melalui Persatuan-persatuan mereka seperti berikut:-

" Malaysia Tanahair Kami !"

"Kami tidak akan membantu pengganas geng Kiram III. Sebaliknya kami akan membantu anggota keselamatan Malaysia memburu mereka"

atau lebih tepat dan jitu seperti lapuran NST ini:-

Malaysian Suluks: Malaysia is our motherland
"Suluks want to have nothing to do with them (intruders from Kiram III of Pinoy)"
KOTA KINABALU: The Suluks stand united in accepting Malaysia as their motherland and support any move by the national security forces to evict the armed intruders from Sabah soil.
Suluk groups here and in the peninsula said that although they and the intruders were clansmen, their loyalty and support was for Malaysia.
“We fully denounce what the intruders have done and had brought to Sabah,” said Sabah Sukuk Ethnic Clan Association secretary Mohd Zaki Harry Susanto.
“They have invaded our homeland and had been cruel and acted like uncivilised people.
“Their actions do not reflect what true Suluks are like,” he said, adding that none of the over 300,000 Suluks in Sabah would follow the gunmen's lead.
Mohd Zaki, together with Tawau Suluk Bajau Cultural Association vice-president Abdul Ali Erilis and Kota Kinabalu Handicraft Traders Association chairman Ruhil Sailajan, paid a courtesy call on Chief Minister Datuk Musa Aman to convey their allegiance to the nation.
They agreed on the Government's action to forcibly end the nearly three-week standoff between the gunmen of the so-called Royal Sulu Sultanate Army and Malaysian forces in Lahad Datu and Semporna.
The Suluks are known as Tausug in the Philippines, where they are part of the wider Muslim community of Sulu, Mindanao and Palawan, known as the Moro ethnic group.
Abdul Ali assured the Government and all Sabahans that the local Suluks were not linked to the intruders although there were such claims.
“We will not help or support them in any way at all. This is our country and we want to maintain the peace and sovereignty here,” he said.
Ruhil said Malaysian Suluks had drawn the line and did not want to be associated with the intruders.
“We want to see everything return to normal as businesses had also been affected,” he said.
Musa said Sabah backed the Government fully to evict the intruders from Lahad Datu and elsewhere in the state.
“Ample time had been given for them to leave to avoid bloodshed but they insisted on staying,” he said.
“We will do all we can to ensure the safety of our armed forces and the people.”

In JOHOR BARU, Suluks based in the peninsula said they, too, were fully behind the Federal Government in its use of force to end the intrusion.
Persatuan Suluk Bersatu Sabah (PSBS) president Faizal Sisar said the so-called Sulu Sultan Jamalul Kiram III had no right to claim the state as Sabahans had unanimously and democratically voted to be part of Malaysia on Sept 16, 1963.
Faizal said the Suluks of Malaysia preferred to see themselves as descendents of Datu Muhammad Salleh, a Suluk warrior who fought for Sabahans against British colonisation.
“In fact, the lineage of Jamalul Kiram II is questionable as Sultan Mohd Mahakuttah A. Kiram, who passed away in 1986, had no son,” he told The Star yesterday.
Faizal said when the intruders first landed on Feb 12, many Suluks in the peninsula were worried about the safety of their loved ones in Lahad Datu.
“When news broke out that several police officers were killed by these gunmen, we were shocked and shared the sadness and grief of all Malaysians as these officers had given their lives to protect Sabah and Malaysia's sovereignty,” he said.
Faizal said his association would hold tahlil prayers next week in honour of the sacrifices made by the fallen heroes.
He said there were about 20,000 Suluk people in the Pasir Gudang area, working in shipyards and as policemen, soldiers and lawyers.
Community supports action by our security forces
KOTA KINABALU: THE estimated 300,000 local Suluk community in Sabah have distanced themselves from the path taken by the terrorists from the Philippines who intruded into Kampung Tanduo in Lahad Datu.
They also supported the action taken by the security forces to end the stand-off with the armed Filipinos, stressing that enough time had been given to them to surrender and return to their country.
"We maybe from the same stock, but we totally disagree with their action of intruding into the state, killing and harming members of the security forces," said Abdul Ali Erilis, deputy president of the Sabah Bajau Suluk Cultural Association.
The armed terrorists, who claimed to be members of the Royal Sulu Army, are from the Suluk Tausug ethnic group in Mindanao, southern Philippines.
President of the Sabah Suluk Handicraft Entrepreneurs Association Ruhil Sailajan said the Suluks in Sabah were peace-loving people who would not resort to any action that could threaten security and peace in the state.
"The Suluk community in Sabah knows that any action that is detrimental to peace and security in the state will affect the economy and our businesses will suffer."
Read more: 'Suluks want to have nothing to do with them' - General - New Straits Times http://www.nst.com.my/nation/general/suluks-want-to-have-nothing-to-do-with-them-1.229576#ixzz2MiuOJ4re

1 ulasan:

nur faniera berkata...

hmm stuju sgt dgn penolakan bantuan tausug tu. diorang pon ad agenda tsendiri. lgipon hal ni membabitkan maruah negara, biarlah kita sendiri yg selesaikannya, dlm keadaan mcm ni rmai pihak yg nk amik kesempatan untuk keuntungan sdiri. jika msia tsilap langkah, kita yg akn karam. alhamdulillah, suluk msia msih dpt membezakan yg mana baik, yg mana buruk.

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