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Phnom Penh at night–hauntingly mysterious, warm and delightful to all
To All Muslim Readers and others of Goodwill in Malaysia and around the world,
I wish you all Selamat Hari Rayo Aidil Fitri, Maaf Zahir & Batin. I thank you for making my blog a popular one. Your comments and ideas have been helpful and educational. I owe you a depth of gratitude. Best Wishes–Din Merican, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
July 17, 2015
Thank you, guys, for your kind wishes and messages of goodwill. Dr. Kamsiah is with me in Phnom Penh, but we both are not repeat NOT in a celebratory mood to welcome the end of Ramadhan and the beginning of Syawal.
Our country is in a total mess due to the weak, incompetent, dishonest and corrupt leadership of Najib Tun Razak. He is a curse for Malaysia and is seen as someone whose pledges and words mean nothing. We will definitely be better off without him. We do not know how long before UMNO Malays realise that he is taking them down to the road to perdition.Money is not everything.
Dignity and integrity are essential for peace, cooperation and development. Trust in Najib’s leadership is Zero. Najib must go so that we can rebuild our country. Thank you for your very good comments and support for this public service blog. .–Dr. Kamsiah and Din Merican
I join Dr. Kamsiah who is now In Phnom Penh to wish all fellow muslims in Malaysia and around the world Eid Mubarak to mark the end of the holy month of Ramadhan. Let there peace and goodwill as we pause to commemorate Hari Raya Puasa with family and friends (Muslims and Non-Muslims) and pray for better times, especially in Malaysia where the political leadership has been lying to us since Najib became Prime Minister in 2009.
Actually there is nothing to celebrate until our Prime Minister is charged for breach of trust and abuses of power. But we know that will not happen since our public officials are not interested in doing their jobs in a professional manner.–Dr. Kamsiah and Din Merican.