Friday, June 28, 2019

Mahathir sheltering an Indian alleged criminal

From MM Online:

After confirming India’s extradition bid, Putrajaya says won’t send Dr Zakir Naik back


Dr Zakir has evaded Indian authorities since 2016

Bernama pic

KUALA LUMPUR, June 28 — Foreign Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah confirmed today the receipt of India’s formal extradition request for preacher Dr Zakir Naik who is wanted there for money laundering.

However, he said that the government is maintaining its refusal to deport the controversial preacher, a Saudi citizen with Malaysian permanent resident status.

“We received the application from the Indian government, I don’t remember when.

“For now, there is no new decision. We are sticking to the original decision,” he was quoted as saying by the Free Malaysia Today portal.

India’s Enforcement Directorate’s (ED) secured a warrant for Dr Zakir’s arrest after filing money laundering charges against him, before saying it will seek his extradition from Malaysia.

A special Indian court for the country’s Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) then ordered the preacher to present himself there to stand trial.

would you like more mare's milk?
after all, I have 40 horses 

KT notes: Malaysia has an extradition treaty with India so how can we violate an international treaty as if it was written on kertas jamban?

But WTF am I talking about when Mahathir had already violated the international treaty signed on 02 December 1989, signed and ratified by Malaysia, Thailand and the CPM, known as The Peace Agreement of Hat Yai (1989). More than 330 former CPM members, mostly Malays, have been allowed to resettle in Malaysia.

But up until today, Ong Boon Haw (Chin Peng) or his cremated ashes, yes just cremated ashes, has NOT been allowed to re-enter Malaysia to be interred in Sitiawan, the late CPM leader's birthplace, in total violation of the Hat Yai Peace Agreement.

On extradition, we should also note Mahathir's hypocritical stance when he said Malaysia was being a good neighbour when it sent Praphan Pipithnamporn back to the grasping claws of the ultra pro monarchy Thai authorities, a nation with some of the world's toughest lese majeste laws, despite Ms Praphan being an asylum seeker registered with the UNHCR.

Praphan Pipithnamporn 

The pharisaical dictator had the brazen thick skin to say of Praphan's deportation, "If there is a request, then we will send back. (We are a) good neighbour," but has now obdurately refused to extradite an alleged criminal back to India while he had deported a UM refugee to Thailand without any conscience.

Dr Zakir has refused to do so unless he is given a written guarantee that he will be allowed to remain free barring a conviction.

Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad previously said Malaysia could decline India’s extradition request, citing Australia’s refusal to extradite Sirul Azhar Omar to Malaysia that convicted the former police commando of murdering Mongolian Altantuya Shaariibuu.

However, DAP lawmaker Ramkarpal Singh has disputed this by saying the circumstances differed as Australian law prevented the country from extraditing a person to where he may be put to death; Sirul was given the death sentence here for the murder.

Mahathir with Thai convicted-jailed blackmailer Justo Xavier, released in a Thai royal amnesty in conjunction with the death of the (previous) Thai King

Kaytee notes: As mentioned Mahathir is a pharisaical dictator without any conscience, so expect him to pretend not to know what's the difference between the  case of an alleged money launderer-cum-seditious agitator Zakir Naik and that of convicted murderer Sirul, ...

... or a convicted and jailed blackmailer in Thailand like Justo Xavier (with whom he had warmly welcomed, met 4 times and who like Zakir Naik is settling down in Malaysia) with a UN refugee like Praphan Pipithnamporn, ...

... and to deliberately confuse the issue vis-a-vis the Malaysian public as he has been doing so for well over 30 years.

What human rights has he the nerve to talk in favour of Zakir Naik when he refused to ratify ICERD and the Rome Statute, and also made racist comments against 'hooked nose' Jews?

Dr Zakir has evaded Indian authorities since 2016 when files were opened against him for allegedly making hate speeches and laundering money after five militants launched an attack at a bakery in Dhaka, Bangladesh that ended with 29 dead.

One of the attackers reportedly to have been inspired by the preacher’s speeches.

Locally, Dr Zakir has been accused of denigrating other faiths and being a threat to Malaysia’s multi-ethnic and multicultural harmony.

Mahathir with alleged Indian money-launderer Zakir Naik 

The worst part has been the silence of Pakatan Coalition members like PKR and DAP, with some rare exceptions like Ramkarpal Singh, Sangeet Deo and Dr Ramasamy.

While I can understand Amanah's and Muslims' reluctance to comment on Zakir Naik's extradition, I cannot the deafening silence of normal loudmouths Lim Kit Siang, his son Guan Eng, Teo Nie Ching and Tian Chua.

All these boe-hood blokes and Teo Nie Ching, wakakaka, are only noisy on useless or deliberately distracting issues. When it comes to the crunch, they remain silent like mice.

It's their silence which has given Mahathir the impression he can do what he likes, and indeed he can do what he likes in the face of boe-hood people.


  1. This religion does things to your brain....messes it up.

  2. QUOTE
    While I can understand Amanah's and Muslims' reluctance to comment on Zakir Naik's extradition, I cannot the deafening silence of normal loudmouths Lim Kit Siang, his son Guan Eng, Teo Nie Ching and Tian Chua.

    Shouldn’t this be the other way round? Shouldn’t it be the Muslims who have the larger responsibility to speak up? It’s their religion that’s being dragged through the mud.

  3. mahathir will rebut the west also violate international treaty.

  4. It is unfair to give the impression that it is only Toonsie that is protecting Zakar Naik. Most Muslims leaders including those from UMNO PAS also support no extradition. In the past and present.

    1. who is the PM? who had tea with ZN? who said of extradition, "If there is a request, then we will send back. (We are a) good neighbour,"

    2. Yr idol, jibby, did the same thing too.

      So, what's that common denominator in both cases?

    3. both r the head of coalition that hv no respect toward rule of law. both lead a bunch of dodgy mp that can only brag. perhaps the slight diff is mahathir braggart team now much more quiet.

  5. Wakakakakaka

    There's always more than just Kaytee assumptions of religious bigotry or refusal to abide by treaties.

    Why must TDM and the Govt. of Malaysia placed itself in such an awkward position of not extraditing Zakir Naik back to India to face alleged crimes committed in India and perhaps sour relations with one of our chief importers of palm oil which is detrimental to Malaysians?

    1. Is it because of political pressure from Saudi Arabia not to deport him because of his close links with the Wahhabis in Saudi Arabia who made him a Saudi citizen in return of promised favors to Malaysia?

    2. Is it because of political pressure by Deep State players who are in controlled of all the religious and Govt. institutions?

    3. Is it because Zakir Naik has managed to used his vast accumulated wealth to bribe off everyone in power in Malaysia who can determine his fate and they are now caught in limbo for fear of corruption revelations as blackmail.

    The only way out in the end for everyone to extricate themselves would be perhaps to deport him to Saudi Arabia and let the problem disappear for everyone in Malaysia.

    Let the Saudis handle the problem of extradition with India since Zakir Naik is their citizen now unlike just a permanent resident in Malaysia.


  6. Answer: PM Toonsie had tea with Zakar Nail and Jibby when he was PM had breakfast with Zakar Naik.

    Najib invites preacher Zakir Naik for breakfast

    FMT Reporters - April 16, 2016

    PETALING JAYA: The prime minister, Najib Razak, invited controversial preacher Zakir Naik for breakfast at his official residence in Putrajaya this morning.

    Najib disclosed this in a posting on Facebook.

    He said he hoped Zakir, a preacher from India, would convey to the world the message that Malaysia was a country that practised moderation.

    He said Malaysia was constantly striving towards ummah unity to empower Islam.

    Zakir, 50, is in Malaysia on a speaking tour and will be speaking at Bukit Jalil National Hockey Stadium tonight.

    And Zakar Naik also gets involved in Malay-Muslim politics as far back as 2016...suggesting a PAS-UMNO coalition to be the kerajaan.

    Muslims on both sides use religion for political purposes. Same same.
    Don’t just blame Toonsie.

    Kerajaan Campuran Umno-PAS Beri Banyak Kebaikan - Dr Zakir

    19 April 2016

    KUALA LUMPUR: Kerajaan campuran Umno dan PAS akan memberi banyak kebaikan kepada Malaysia dalam memacu negara ke hadapan serta mengukuhkan Islam, kata pendakwah Islam antarabangsa Dr Zakir Naik.

    Katanya beliau bukannya mencadangkan dua parti politik Islam utama negaraitu bergabung, tetapi adalah lebih baik jika kedua-dua parti politik berkenaan membentuk kerajaan campuran.

    "Saya bukan hendak memberitahu kedua-dua parti (Umno dan PAS) perlu menjadi sebuah parti, tetapi jika mereka boleh berbuat demikian, Alhamdulillah...(jika tidak), mereka boleh mengekalkan parti dan identiti masing-masing.

    "Namun, jika mempunyai kerajaan campuran, ia akan menjadi gabungan untuk orang Islam," katanya pada sidang media selepas menjadi tetamu dalam rakaman program bual bicara TV Al Hijrah, 'Persepsi', di sini, Selasa.

    Dr Zakir Naik, yang kini menjelajah Malaysia bagi menyampai syarahan agama, dituduh oleh pihak tertentu kononnya ceramah beliau boleh menjejaskan ketenteraman awam dan menyentuh sensitiviti agama lain.

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  7. "All these boe-hood blokes and Teo Nie Ching, wakakaka, are only noisy on useless or deliberately distracting issues. When it comes to the crunch, they remain silent like mice."

    What do you call the bloke Ah Mok who was silent as a mouse on the wrong-doings conducted under Najib and only noisy on useless or deliberately distracting issues ?

    1. am I a minister or a professional politician?

    2. Haven't u ignored those Nons mp in pkr?

      Or u already have accepted them as teloq-less ah quan?

    3. Wakakakaka…

      Ain't u the one who keeps reminding us that there r cats & dwarfs factions within pkr?

      Now u propose tc to be the sole 'representative' of the overall pkr!

      Bolih jadi ke?

      When the situation suits u, pkr is a united front.

      When the situation suits u, pkr is divided into two/or more factions of self interested groups.

      Jangan play2 lah. Yr pinkies is showing & yet u pretend to buat tak tau!

    4. brats like you wouldn't understand and I don't intend to waste time educating you, wakakaka

    5. Just another one client to hide yr failed inadequacy lah!

      I'm NO expecting anything from u BUT to enlighten the other readers.

      Don't oversell yrself. Snake oil wordsmith can never change. U can only deny with flowery words of inconsequential effect.

  8. Yes LKS, Guanee, Tian Chua and TNC must organize a "Deport Zakar Naik Rally".

    1. mahathir just need to whisper "sit", "good", "now bring me the newspaper".

  9. Wrong approach. Should follow Tiongfuckingcock. Ideology trumps international conventions.

    At least kita belum export revolution like Tiongcock supporting Cina Kominis of Tanah Melayu. Setakat melindung individu sahaja. Zakar is our Chin Peng. And we didn't command any terrorist organization like Tiongcock did, belum tahap pukimak.

    1. Ooop…… otakrosak siapa to menyokong the radicalised moros of Pinoy

      Siapa tu menyokong the atrocities of the Pattani radicals in southern Thailand?

      "belum export revolution"!!!??

      "didn't command any terrorist organization"!!!??

      U memang mimpi putih do Daryl ketuanan me-layu!

  10. "sheltering an Indian alleged criminal"
    A lot of the people wading into this subject to Hentam the Pakatan administration either don't realise or conveniently ignore the fact that India , in the past and even now , shelters many Malaysian Indian criminal fugitives.

    India policy makes it very difficult to extradite any of them. Of course, India's excuse is they have a huge country, which makes it very hard to trace a fugitive who has disappeared into the interior.

    That is a key reason, apart from whatever politics, why Mahathir knows he can afford to say "Podah" to the Indian extradition request.

    India has no moral or legal high ground on the issue of extradition.