An assembly was held in front of the Palace of Justice to wait for the decision of the final appeal of the ‘Kalimah Allah’ case. Alhamdulillah, the seven-man panel led by Chief Justice Ariffin Zakaria delivered a majority 4-3 to go against the final appeal made by the Herald’s Weekly to use the Kalimah Allah.
My family and I attended the assembly to show our support to the Muslim lawyers. Here are some photos that I took at the assembly:
P/S: please click on the picture for a larger image.
Below is the list of crews and some of the passengers on board of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370. The rest of the passengers are from China since the flight was operating as a China Southern Airlines codeshare.
Di bawah adalah senarai anak kapal dan beberapa penumpang pesawat Malaysia Airlines MH370. Penumpang selebihnya dari China kerana penerbangan itu berkongsi kod China Southern Airlines.
1. Fariq Ab. Hamid
2. Zaharie Ahmad Shah
3. Foong Wai Yueng
4. Goh Sock Lay
5. Gomes Patrick Francis
6. Mohd. Hazrin Mohamed Hasnan
7. Junaidi Mohd. Kassim
8. Andrew Nari
9. Ng Yar Chien
10. Tan Ser Kuin
11. Tan Size Hiang
12. Wan Syaid Wan Ismail
Yesterday, 5th March 2014, the hearing for the Kalimah ‘Allah’ court case was held at the Palace of Justice, Putrajaya. The Federal Court has reserved judgement in the leave application by Catholic weekly Herald to challenge the Home Ministry over the ban on the use of the word “Allah”.
An assembly was held by Muslim NGOs during the court hearing to show their stance in the court case. I was also there at the Palace of Justice yesterday, showing my support to our fellow Muslim lawyers to defend the Kalimah ‘Allah’. Below are some pictures of the assembly:
Seven times Formula One world champion, Michael Schumacher is in a critical condition following an accident as he was skiing on the French Alps. Doctors said that he is in coma and is suffering a serious brain trauma, which required an immediate neurosurgical operation after undergoing a brain surgery.
Michael Schumacher was skiing on the French Alps with his friends and son when he fell and his head hit a rock. He was airlifted to a local hospital before he was taken to a hospital in the southeastern French city of Grenoble an hour later. A surgeon and brain specialist from Paris was rushed in to oversee his treatment.
Brazilian formula 1 driver, Felipe Massa, tweeted for Schumacher, “I am praying for God to protect you my brother!! I wish you a speedy recovery Michael.”
I would never do (a commercial) with a homosexual family, not for lack of respect but because we don’t agree with them. Ours is a classic family where the woman plays a fundamental role
Those are the words which came out of 55-year old Guido Barilla, chairman of the world’s leading pasta manufacturer, during an interview with Radio 24 on Wednesday.
Barilla – one of the best known pasta brands around the world – is one of Italy's biggest advertisers, and for many years has used the image of a happy family living in an idealized version of the Italian countryside, with the slogan: "Where there's Barilla, there's home".
As Aurelio Mancuso, head of gay rights group Equality Italia, said Barilla’s comments were an “offensive provocation” and called for a boycott of the company’s pasta, sauces and snacks. Then we will buy Barilla’s pasta as a sign of support to his statement.
Perbicaraan kes penggunan nama Allah pada hari ini telah selesai.
Hakim Mahkamah Rayuan memutuskan untuk menangguhkan keputusan perbicaraan hari ini ke satu tarikh yang akan diberitahu kelak, seawalnya pada bulan Oktober.
Keputusan itu diambil oleh tiga panel hakim yang diketuai Datuk Seri Mohamed Apandi Ali yang bersidang bersama Datuk Abdul Aziz Abdul Rahim dan Datuk Mohamad Zawawi Salleh yang mendengar rayuan pihak kerajaan hari ini.
“Keputusan tidak akan masa mengambil kira keprihatanan rakyat terhadap isu ini. Keputusan dijangka diumum seawalnya pada Oktober,” kata Mohamed Apandi sebaik mendengar hujah pihak kerajaan dan Herald.
Alhamdulillah, the Malaysian Court of Appeal rules that the church application to strike out the government’s appeal against a High Court rulling that allowed a Catholic weekly newspaper, Herald to use the word ‘Allah’ is dismissed.
Substantive appeal will be held on 10th September 2013.
Held at the Palace of Justice court complex, the three-person panel lead by Justice Abu Samah Nordin, and including Justices Abdul Aziz Abdul Rahim and Rohana Yusuf, were hearing submissions by the Church, Government and the Islamic religious councils from the states of Terengganu, Selangor, Kedah, Johor, Wilayah Persekutuan and Malacca, which were made intervener in the suit.