Sunday, February 20, 2011

Part three of the analysis

This is a continuation of Analysis Part One and Analysis Part Two.

Rohayu Rosli, who is the wakil calon for Masturah was the one who lodged the second police report. She have told to malaysiakini.com that she has been blackmailed to not to make any police report regarding Masturah's missing. Wonder why someone has to blackmail her? Don't you think that is the most ridiculous move of a kidnapper?

4.00pm, 20 February 2011 - Pro-M has called for a press conference to 'announce' this issue, perhaps to gain some attention from the media as well as the UM students. It doesnt stop there, they have a massive convoy of motorbike and cars around University Malaya. This looks more like a new way of campaigning for campus election, because they have been witnessed carrying out the posters of Pro-M candidates.

Adding to that, Pro-M organized a Solat hajat Masturah at Dewan Tunku Canselor, UM for Masturah's safety. If this prayer had its noble cause, Pro-M should not have publicise it all over the campus. It should have been done peacefully. Clearly, this shows that there's a hidden agenda behind publicizing this prayer (most probably, its about creating sympathy & getting votes).

Another important point in this issue, two reports have been lodged regarding Masturah's missing (so far, not a single image of the report has been posted). Both these reports was done by Nurhanis Wahidah Mohd Mansor (Friend) and Rohayu Rosli (Wakil Calon). NONE of the family members have lodged the report and they are not been spotted in the press conference as well. Now that is seriously suspicious. According to Masturah's facebook account, she is from Shah Alam.



Google map shows that distance between Shah Alam and University Malaya is just 20km. I bet, any parents or guardians who lives just 20kms away will surely come and meet the university management regarding this. It would be sensible if Masturah's parents lodged a report or called for a press conference, instead of them Pro-Mahasiswa have been doing all this. Weirdly, in this case Masturah's parents are being idle. Can we assume that Masturah's parents have no care towards her or they know that their daughter is safe? Reliable sources have mentioned that, her mother was a Pro-M activist a long time ago.

5 comments:

  1. My name is Hani.I'm going to pursue my MSc in UM yet I'm also did my BSc in UM. I came across to this comment as I want you to take note that your knowledge in writing analysis is still need to be improved as you didn't do your reading about what you been discussing on. You shouldn't put a statement that ".... If this prayer had its noble cause, Pro-M should not have publicise it all over the campus. It should have been done peacefully. Clearly, this shows that there's a hidden agenda behind publicizing this prayer (most probably, its about creating sympathy & getting votes)...." Please don't get yourself wrong about practices in Islam. ...pour you Mr.Shallow.In Islam, the more people pray, the more "mustajab" it is cause among all people who prayed, the more "soleh"/ "waraq"'s dua is much much more mustajab then "fasik" people.

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  2. well, tell me, how can you prove that her parent didn't concern about her "missing".is that you already asked her friends? or you have ever know her relatives and asked how worry they're? if you do, this analysis will be valid for people who may read these...

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  3. Im Karu, Im a current UM student so I kind of aware of wts goin on in my campus. Trust me, its gettin interesting each day. My campus is famous dudes...hahaha. Regarding Kumaresh-n post, its a general statement....but poor Ms Hani might get it wrong, its his view anyway...n i think he would even thank you for spending your time to comment (well thts wht makes blogger happy)...well i really dun get wht u mean about the prayers but from my view its ok to publicize to make more people to attend the prayers but whats the point of putting the candidates no. while publicizing the prayer?? (dunt get me wrong folks...im jus a dumb guy who keen to learn more :))....N even some of my very good Muslim frens askd why doin the prayers in front of DTC wen u have API Masjid n AR Rahman Masjid in UM??...points to ponder huh....well regardin her parents concern, I think Ms Hani shud ask the same question to Datuk Ghouth Jasmon (who told the same thing to harian metro)....n another thng...masturah has the higest vote(somethng fishy???)...think folks...think...:)

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  4. i'm a former um graduate and i think students who involved in this so-called political campus stinks to the highest order...

    get a grip, get a good cgpa, study foreign language, contribute something to this country, then only join politics...

    bodoh, memalukan...

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