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Penang is a killing field. In 2014, 50 murder cases, 31 of the victims were foreigners, in which 18 were Myanmar nationals.

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BUKIT MERTAJAM, Nov 25 ― A decapitated head was found on a five-foot way of a coffeeshop in Taman Impian, Alma, yesterday.

The discovery was made by the owner of the coffeeshop.

The head, believed to be that of a foreigner, was found in a plastic bag left under an open umbrella.

The area is a colony for workers from Nepal, Myanmar, Bangladesh and Indonesia.

State CID chief SAC II Mazlan Kesah, who visited the scene, said the 35-year-old coffeeshop owner alerted police at 4.30pm.

He said the bloodstained head was believe to have been severed less than 24 hours before the discovery.

“The CCTV footage from the coffeeshop showed two men, believed to be foreigners, dumping the plastic bag at about 9pm on Sunday.

Police are trying to find the body.

On November 6, police recovered a headless and limbless body of a naked woman stuffed in a suitcase at a carpark near the Penang Botanic Gardens.

Two days earlier, fishermen found the headless body of a woman floating in the waters near Pulau Kendi.

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There are two more gruesome murders this week where the bodies of victims are dismembered to pieces. Only idiots believe the police that the serial murders are isolated case.


Indiscriminate cool-blooded murders on Mynmar workers has to be stopped by police. A total of 17 murders in 10 months with all victims’ throats slit in Penang is a mafia-style killing.

How can the police have no clue on who are the culprits for mass killings happen in Penang and other states after more than 10 months?

I was told Joe Fernandez’s murder was committed by Muslim radicals in the second day by a local resident in Butterworth while Malaysian police took years to know who are the murderers. The story is the doctor womanized with the Malay girls.

This is an organized crime involved local and foreign Muslim fanatics to kill Mynmar Buddhists in revenge for the racial clash in Mynmar.

How about those cases where the bodies are dumped into dense jungle, deep sea, burned to ashes, etc.? The actual murder cases are more serious than reported known cases.

This kind of murder is not related to robbery, it’s more on racial or religious conflict.

The police assume 17 murders in 10 months is nothing as long as the victims are non-Muslims and non-Malaysians.

Penang is a new killing field right now, but CM Lim Guan Eng seems is too busy for other things, and taking such cool-blooded murders as a trivial matter, and not affecting tourism and foreign investment in Penang.

Those terrorists kill Myanmar workers who worked in Malaysia can also terrorize Malaysians or tourists from countries inflicted with the communal clashes in future.


In Penang, 17 murders in 10 months with victims’ throats slit

By By S. Arulldas

A 17th case of a murder victim with his throat slit occurred over the weekend in Penang.

The decomposed remains of a man, believed to be a foreigner, was found at a nursery near a housing project in Tiga Kongsi, Simpang Ampat, on Saturday night.

He was killed in a similar manner in which 16 other Myanmar nationals were murdered in the state this year.

Police were quick to downplay it, saying the murder had nothing to do with communal clashes between Myanmar nationals, but could not provide a motive for the killings.

Like in previous cases, the victim in the latest incident was believed to have been killed elsewhere and dumped in a remote area.

State criminal investigation department chief SAC Mazlan Kesah said police received a tip-off about a foul smell in the area at about 10pm.

“We found a highly decomposed body wrapped in newspapers and covered with boxes,” Mazlan said.

“The victim, clad in T-shirt and tracksuit, is believed to be in his 30s and we suspect he was killed elsewhere 48 hours earlier.

The victim’s throat was slit and there were also four deep wounds on his head.

His nationality is not known as there were no documents on him — just as in the case of the 16 murdered Myanmar nationals who were mostly factory workers.

Penang police chief senior DCP Datuk Abdul Rahim Hanafi said the murders involving Myanmar nationals were not related to religious and ethnic strife in their country.

“There is nothing to indicate such cases were related to communal clashes in their country.

“Nevertheless, we will continue to look into these cases to establish the motive for the multiple murders,” he said.

On the status of investigation into the 16 cases, Abdul Rahim said they were awaiting feedback from Bukit Aman on request for assistance.

A source close to the investigation said the modus operandi of the latest killing had similarities to earlier murders.

Malay Mail had on September 18 front-paged a report that the victims were believed to have been killed over disputes between Muslims and Buddhists from Myanmar.

Police had said they were facing communication problems in the investigations and had requested for assistance from Bukit Aman.

No arrests have been made in connection with the murders which began in January, but several knives have been recovered.

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Religion & Moral >>>

Double standards to impose Islamic teaching by Jakim

renaming roads with Agong names

Islamic teachings do not allow any building, road, place, bridge, etc. to be named after a person regardless he is a king or not. Naming roads with the present and past Agongs is clearly against the tenets in the Al-Quran and Hadith.

JAKIM and Fatwa council should issue a fatwa to ban naming road, building, etc. with a Muslim name if Malaysia Muslims truly believe in Al-Quran and teachings of Prophet Muhammad.

This is main reason Dr. Mahathir did not want any road, building, bridge, etc. named after him.

I learned these knowledge when I studied Islamic Civilization during my university days. I hope I am not misguided by my lecturers.

Loga Bala: Renaming of roads at request of Conference of Rulers

by shalini ravindran

New name: The installation of new signboards is expected to begin today and Jalan Duta will now be called Jalan Tunku Abdul Halim.

New name: The installation of new signboards is expected to begin today and Jalan Duta will now be called Jalan Tunku Abdul Halim.

KUALA LUMPUR: The decision to rename eight major roads in the city was a request by the Conference of Rulers, or Majlis Raja-Raja, said Deputy Federal Territory Minister Datuk Dr Loga Bala Mohan.

“The request was made to the ministry and we brought the matter to the Cabinet and a decision was made last year,” he said.

Loga Bala was commenting on Monday’s announcement by Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) to rename eight roads to reflect the names of past Yang di-Pertuan Agong. Work on the installation of new signboards is expected to begin today.

On how the roads were selected, Loga Bala said one of the criteria was the roads had to be of a certain length to reflect the significance of the names.

He said he was unsure if public engagement was conducted by DBKL on the matter and could not elaborate.

However, proponents of the matter such as DBKL advisory board member Gunaseelan Palanisamy said DBKL should do away with irrelevant road names.

“For example, in Bukit Jalil where the national sports complex is lo­­cated, road names should reflect sports heroes like the late Mokhtar Dahari and Datuk R. Arumugam. In other areas, historical or political figure heads could be used,” he said.

Jalan Duta will now be called Jalan Tunku Abdul Halim while Jalan Khidmat Usaha will be referred to as Jalan Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah.

Jalan Ipoh, which is the stretch from Jalan Segambut to Jalan Pa­­hang, has been renamed Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah.

Of the other roads, Persiaran Duta will now be referred to as Persiaran Tuanku Syed Sirajuddin while Jalan Khidmat Setia and Jalan Ibadah will be known as Jalan Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin.

Lebuhraya Mahameru will have its name changed to Lebuhraya Sultan Iskandar, Persiaran Maha­meru to Persiaran Tuanku Ja’afar and Jalan Semarak to Jalan Sultan Yahya Petra.

A similar outcry erupted in 2008 when DBKL came under fire from all quarters when it changed the world-renowned Jalan Alor in Bukit Bintang to Jalan Kejora without prior notice.

The backlash caused the then Federal Territories Minister Datuk Seri Zulhasnan Rafique to intervene and the decision to retain the original name was announced by KL Mayor Datuk Ab Hakim Borhan.