120 Malaysians depart on Gaza solidarity mission

Dec 5, 2012 Full story: The Star Online 57

SEPANG: A total of 120 Malaysians left for Gaza, Palestine Wednesday on a solidarity mission as a sign of moral support to the Palestinians affected by the conflict between Israel and the Hamas.

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NAJIB RAZAK nama ANJINGKU

United States

#47 Dec 6, 2012
malesia di deportasi dari palestina pasti gara gara mencabuli anak palestina...kikikiki....budaya cabul melayu di bawa ke palestina ..
mobile-9

Europe

#48 Dec 6, 2012
malaysia itu negara yang tak dianggap cuma syok sendiri...dan kontribusinya tidak terlalu diperhitungkan...negara anak bawang....gue berani taruhan mentri luar negeri mart natalegawa i lebih dikenal dunia dibanding menlu malaysia
Malon goblok gak log in

United States

#50 Dec 6, 2012
Tyson wrote:
<quoted text>
Siapa pura2. Bodoh hahaha
merasa yer kafir hahahahaha
Malon goblok gak log in

United States

#51 Dec 6, 2012
Tyson wrote:
<quoted text>
Siapa pura2. Bodoh hahaha
malonte kafir berasa hahahaha
Bee

Palembang, Indonesia

#52 Dec 6, 2012
ngok wrote:
<quoted text>
fyi, forum malaysia ini tentang berita2 dari malaysia untuk rakyat malaysia/sesapa baca. ada berita2 indonesia dlm forum indonesia untuk rakyat indonesia baca. norak banget.
Dasar dongok loe....yg bilang disini harus ada berita ttg Indo siapa...????

kan temen sebangsa Loe sendiri yg tanya ttg Indo...
jd gue jawab : kl pengen tau cari aja sendiri di Google....

ini nih yg namany : norak teriak norak....

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#56 Dec 6, 2012
apa kata forindo tentang hubungan malu-malu sayang dengan israel ini yg terjalin erat dan jarang diperbesar-besarkan oleh media2 indonesia, hanya Israel yg tahu apa yg berlaku dibelakang tabir permainan diplomatic politician2 dan elite2 indonesia....it's not a secret anymore in israel dan terang2 mau menakluk indonesia melalui think tank mereka di Asia,Singapore to be precise!
jai

London, UK

#57 Dec 6, 2012
malay pigs didn't answered.how many malaysians got halaled by israel air force. did they escape indian navy.
ngok

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

#58 Dec 6, 2012
Bee wrote:
<quoted text>
Dasar dongok loe....yg bilang disini harus ada berita ttg Indo siapa...????
kan temen sebangsa Loe sendiri yg tanya ttg Indo...
jd gue jawab : kl pengen tau cari aja sendiri di Google....
ini nih yg namany : norak teriak norak....
kenapa indon ni marah2 dan stres dlm tred berita malaysia di forum malaysia?
ngok

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

#59 Dec 6, 2012
jai wrote:
malay pigs didn't answered.how many malaysians got halaled by israel air force. did they escape indian navy.
very bad, incomprehensible english.
Lee

UK

#60 Dec 6, 2012

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#61 Dec 6, 2012
only swine eaters deserved to be called pigs, u are what u eat....
jai

London, UK

#62 Dec 6, 2012
ok muslim are zombie happy.

Since: Oct 12

United States

#63 Dec 6, 2012
Kenapa ramai cina BODOH DI SINI BERMUKA MACAM BABI?? kakakakah...
Tyson

United States

#64 Dec 7, 2012
Hahahaha indon stress. Aku paling suka!
hahahahaha

Malaysia

#65 Dec 7, 2012
120 Malaysian volunteers enter Gaza Strip with RM1.8mil in aid

GAZA STRIP (Palestine): Some 120 Malaysians have entered the Gaza Strip as members of the Aman Palestin Solidarity Mission 2012 to deliver donations worth RM1.8mil from Malaysians of all walks of life.

These volunteers, among them professionals, artistes and students, entered the Gaza Strip at 5.40 pm local time (11.40 pm Malaysian time) Thursday after travelling six hours by bus from Cairo and passing through the Suez Canal, Ismailliya, Sinai City and Arish.

Awang Sufian Awang Piut, chief executive officer of Aman Palestin, an initiative to assist Palestinians through donations and humanitarian projects, said the long trip was worth it as the team brought donations in various forms, including medicine and the newly planned micro-credit opportunities, a mechanism for Gazans to rebuild their lives.

"We are bringing in RM120,000 (about US$40,000) of medicine, RM315,000 (US$105,000) for poor families, and RM300,000 (US$100,000) for orphans in Gaza. This is certainly not enough; we hope to do more," he told Bernama at the Rafah Crossing earlier in the day.

Awang Sufian said the RM900,000 (US$300,000) micro-credit assistance for farmers and fishermen would help them rebuild their businesses which were heavily affected by the recent Israeli military attacks.

"A signing ceremony with the Al-Quds Bank, the bank to administer the micro-credit opportunities, will take place," he said.

Upon reaching Gaza, the Aman Palestin team members were welcomed by government officials headed by Chief of Freedom Blockade Abu Usama Kurd.

Abu Usama said delegations from Malaysia, especially NGOs, were becoming a common sight in Gaza and Gazans were highly appreciative of the undying efforts to assist the Palestinian cause.

"Gaza has now become the centre of attraction for the Islamic world and other countries. One of the most influential countries in the rebuilding of this strip is Malaysia, a country which has assisted us a lot in our trying times," he said at a welcoming ceremony at the Gaza Immigration Centre.

He said it was hoped that Gaza could be a centre to bring unity among nations, especially Islamic countries, and this would provide the necessary spirit to unite the Palestinians.

"This convoy, the biggest so far from Malaysia, will spur us further to continue the struggle. This trip of yours indicates a winning sentiment to all Gazans; thanks to all of you," he said.

The six-day trip of the Aman Palestin team is aimed at stating the solidarity and support of Malaysians for victims of the recent Israeli military attacks.

The team will visit hospitals, victims and orphans to find out their needs.

Meanwhile, Aman Palestin's Palestinian Fund icon Farrah Adeeba Mohd Asyraf said the move to bring a large group was good to create awareness of Gaza, one of the most densely populated areas in the world, with a population of 1.7 million.

"I've been here twice and I know how much it has impacted me personally," she said, adding that the first-timers here would be excited to do something after witnessing what was happening.

"This trip will spur them to continue to support the Palestinian cause when they are back home," she said.

Aman Palestin, the first Malaysian-initiated organisation in the Gaza Strip, started its charitable activities in 2006, primarily implementing projects to improve medical services and the conditions of the refugees.
Abdalla Ovadia Cohen

Israel

#66 Dec 7, 2012
They should help syrian people .
It's closer to Malasya and they suffer much more ...

Malasya hahahahahhahahahahahahhhhahaaa
Tyson

United States

#67 Dec 10, 2012
Abdalla Ovadia Cohen wrote:
They should help syrian people .
It's closer to Malasya and they suffer much more ...
Malasya hahahahahhahahahahahahhhhahaaa
Learn geography. Lazy f*ck!

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