Saturday, July 19, 2014

Justice For MH 17

By muiz misri   Posted at  8:24 AM   MH370

Sebenarnya aku tidak tahu apa yang patut aku tulis, hanya aku dapat sampaikan rasa simpati aku kepada keluarga mangsa. Jika perkara ini berlaku pada kita pasti segala jiwa dan raga kita menjadi luluh dan tidak maya menerima dugaan yang besar. Hanya kita berserah kepada Allah dan menerima segala qadak dan qadar ini. 

Sebagai rakyat Malaysia, aku rasa ini lah cabaran dan dugaan rakyat Malaysia akan hadapi. Kita tidak pasti apakah akan berlaku lagi dugaan sebegini . Pada tahun ini sahaja sudah berlaku 2 kejadian yang melibatkan kapal Malaysia dan kapal MH370 masih belum dapat dikesan. Sebelum itu Malaysia diuji pada tahun 2013 dengan pencerobohan pengganas di Lahad Datu, Sabah yang menyebabkan beberapa rakyat Malaysia terkoban.

Aku cuba membuat perbandingan dengan negara Indonesia dan Japan. Adakah kita tabah dan cekal seperti orang Jepun dan orang Indonesia yang mana mereka selalu menerima dugaan gempa bumi dan tsunami sehingga meragut nyawa dan memusnahkan segala-segalanya termasuk harta-benda dan tempat tinggal.. Kita harus bersedia dari sekarang dari segi mental dan rohani. Apa jua latar belakang kita , bangsa , agama kita harus bersatu dan bersama menghadapi dugaan ini.

Al-Fatihah untuk mangsa MH17 bagi yang beragama Islam dan yang bukan Islam salam takziah untuk kelurga simati.







Pelbagai passport antarabangsa negara termasuk Malaysia bersepah sekitar lokasi kemalangan pesawat #MH17





Menurut sumber dailystar 'Buk missile launcher' digunakan oleh puak pemisah untuk menembak #MH17. Kejadian berlaku dikawasan berhampiran konflik di antara pihak pemisah Pro Russia dan Pro Ukraine di Ukraine berhampiran sempadan negara Russia


 Menurut beberapa sumber dari internet puak pemisah yang menembak kapal ini sebernanya ingin ditujukan kepada kapal terbang Presiden Russia. Namun mereka tersilap melihat kapal terbang kerana andaian mereka warna dan corak kapal MH17 seakan-akan sama dengan kapal Presiden Russia.



Seramai 14 orang anggota Tentera Udara Diraja Malaysia telah berlepas ke Kiev. 

Anggota TUDM tersebut menggunakan pesawat MAS penerbangan MH5002. Penerbangan telah berlepas jam 8 malam ini.

Walaubagaimanapun, anggota berkenaan enggan memberikan penerangan lebih lanjut. Pada jam 5.47 petang kelihatan beberapa agensi kerajaan seperti pihak forensik, anggota polis, JAKIM dan beberapa agensi media mula kelihatan untuk membuat daftar masuk.

Sehingga kini, tiada perancangan untuk menghantar ahli keluarga mangsa ke Kiev dan laluan penerbangan merentasi Ukraine telah dibatalkan. - FB Kelab Penyokong Tentera Udara Diraja Malaysia



#MH17 Terkini. Komposisi Penumpang (Sila rujuk kepada Siaran Media Rasmi MAS) jika ada keraguan

SENARAI PENUMPANG DAN KREW SECARA LISAN ADALAH SEPERTI BERIKUT 

1. NETHERLANDS : 143
2. AUSTRALIA : 27
3. MALAYSIA : 20
4. INDONESIA : 11
5. UK : 6
6. JERMAN : 4
7. BELGIUM : 3
8. FILIPINA : 3
9. KANADA : 1
10. BELUM DIKENALPASTI : 62
JUMLAH PENUMPANG : 280

JURUTERBANG : 4 
KABIN KREW : 11 semua W/N MALAYSIA.

JUMLAH BESAR PENUMPANG DAN KREW : 295 ORANG



Statement by Prime Minister Najib Razak:
Malaysian Airlines flight 17 (18 July 2014)

Yesterday evening, I was informed of the terrible and deeply shocking news that a Malaysia Airlines jet went down in eastern Ukraine.

Malaysia Airlines has confirmed that the jet was Malaysia Airlines flight 17, which was on a scheduled flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur.

The flight departed Amsterdam at 12.15pm, local time. It was scheduled to arrive in Kuala Lumpur at 6.10 am, local, Malaysian time.

The aircraft was a Boeing 777-200.

The aircraft’s flight route was declared safe by the International Civil Aviation Organisation.

And International Air Transportation Association has stated that the airspace the aircraft was traversing was not subject to restrictions.

Malaysia Airlines has confirmed that the aircraft did not make a distress call.

The flight was carrying a total number of 295 people – comprising 280 passengers and 15 crew members.

Malaysia Airlines is in the process of notifying the next-of-kin of the passengers and crew. All possible care will be provided to the next-of-kin.

The Government of Malaysia is dispatching a special flight to Kiev, carrying a Special Malaysia Disaster Assistance and Rescue Team, as well as a medical team.

According to information provided by Kiev Air Traffic Control, the location of the plane’s emergency locator beacon is 48 degrees 7 minutes and 23 seconds North; and 38 degrees 31 minutes and 33 seconds East.

The Ukrainian authorities believe that the plane was shot down.

At this early stage, however, Malaysia is unable to verify the cause of this tragedy.

But we must – and we will – find out precisely what happened to this flight.

No stone can be left unturned.

If it transpires that the plane was indeed shot down, we insist that the perpetrators must swiftly be brought to justice.

Emergency operations centres have been established. In the last few hours, Malaysian officials have been in constant contact with their counterparts in Ukraine and elsewhere.

And I will be speaking to a number of world leaders over the coming hours.

I have had several conversations with the Prime Minister of the Netherlands.

I have also spoken to the President of Ukraine. He has pledged that there will be a full, thorough and independent investigation, and Malaysian officials will be invited to take part.

The Ukrainian president also confirmed that his government will negotiate with rebels in the east of the country, in order to establish a humanitarian corridor to the crash site.

Just now, I received a call from President Obama.

He and I both agreed that the investigation must not be hindered in anyway.

An international team must have full access to the crash site.

And no one should interfere with the area, or move any debris, including the black box.

This is a tragic day, in what has already been a tragic year, for Malaysia.

As we work to understand what happened, our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of those onboard the flight.

I cannot imagine what they must be going through at this painful time.

The flight’s passengers and crew came from many different countries.

But today, regardless of nationality, we are all united in grief.


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Sunday, July 6, 2014

Wishing you happy Ramadan

By muiz misri   Posted at  3:03 PM  


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Monday, March 10, 2014

Pray for Flight MH 370

By muiz misri   Posted at  8:46 PM   Personal Thoughts No comments
Sudah tulis saya padam semula kemudian tulis balik padam semua dengan perasaan tidak pasti apa yang saya perlu tulis. Hakikat sebenarnya ingin update tentang backpacking saya ke Thailand dan Melaka. Tetapi mood rasa tiada hendak tulis apa-apa hanya mengikuti perkembangan semasa tentang MH370. Radio pun memutarkan lagu yang sentimental dan melo membuatkan perasaan sayu dan simpati apa yang sedang berlaku. Di harap jangan membuat spekulasi berita yang tidak sahih. Apa pun kita doakan yang terbaik dan mengharapkan perkara positive. Amin!















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Friday, February 14, 2014

What is your willpower?

By muiz misri   Posted at  9:36 AM   journal No comments


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Monday, February 3, 2014

10 things how to enjoy a train ride

By muiz misri   Posted at  8:30 AM   10 Things To Do
After several post about my trip by train someone ask me how to enjoy a train ride because travel by train  take long hours. So how to enjoy a train ride? Actually depend what inside the train have and what type of coach you take 1st class , 2nd class or seater etc. Depends also on the regulation like maybe they are not allowed you to enter other coach. So different country maybe different regulation. Normally I like to explore new things so that I can plan to do something useful so that I can kill my free time. So this is 10 things I have done in a train .

1. Mingle with local people or with backpacker. Talking can do wonders to relieve boredom.



Saturday, February 1, 2014

Backpacking In Bangkok : Wat Traimit The Golden Buddha Temple

By muiz misri   Posted at  9:00 AM   Thailand
During our 5 days train trip from Kuala Lumpur to Bangkok, we actually plan to visit
Wat Phra Kaew (Temple of Emerald Buddha) or know as Grand Palace. We want to visit temple because my buddy Lim, want to make a wish. Do you want to know what his wish? He wish to have girlfriends and get married. From his face I now he pray so hard in the temple . But because time constrain we manage visit Golden Buddha Temple just near our hotel and also near to Hua Lampong Railway Station. I didn't know about this temple until i read some website said that 
The Golden Buddha, officially titled Phra Phuttha Maha Suwan Patimakon (Thai: พระพุทธมหาสุวรรณปฏิมากร), is the world's largest solid gold statue
This temple become tourist spot either for local or foreigner. A little bit about Golden Buddha is the origins of this statue remain uncertain. It is made in the Sukhothai Dynasty style, and is thought to have been made during the Sukhothai period in the 13th-14th centuries, though it could have been made after that time. The head of the statue is egg-shaped, which indicates its origin in the Sukothai period. Sukothai art had Indian influences.Metal figures of the Buddha made in India used to be taken to various countries for installation. So the Golden Buddha statue may have been cast in parts in India.

The shape of the statue's head dates it to the Sukothai periodLater, the statue was probably moved from Sukhothai to Ayutthaya, after the latter kingdom came to predominate. This move may have happened in 1403.

Some scholars believe the statue is mentioned in the somewhat controversial Ram Khamhaeng stele. In lines 23-27 of the first stone slab of the stele, "a gold Buddha image" is mentioned as being located "in the middle of Sukhothai City". So this is interpreted as being the reference to the Wat Traimit Golden Buddha.

At some point of time, the statue was completely plastered over to prevent it from being stolen. Thus, the statue was covered with a thick layer of stucco, which was later painted. The plaster was also inlaid with bits of coloured glass. It is believed that this plastering over took place before the destruction of Ayutthaya kingdom by Burmese invaders in 1767. The statue remained among the ruins of Ayutthaya without attracting much attention.

In 1801, Thai King Buddha Yodfa Chulaloke (Rama I), after establishing Bangkok as a new capital city of the Kingdom, and after commissioning the construction of many temples in Bangkok, ordered that various old Buddha images should be brought to Bangkok from the ruined temples around the country. So this was the time that the Golden Buddha was probably brought from Ayutthaya to Bangkok.

At the time of King Rama III (1824-1851), the statue, still covered with stucco, was installed as the principal Buddha image in the main temple building of Wat Chotanaram in Bangkok.

After Wat Chotanaram, located near Chinatown, fell into disrepair and was closed, the statue had been moved to its present location at the nearby Wat Traimit in 1935. At the time, Wat Traimit was a pagoda of minor relevance (like hundreds of other Buddhist temples that exist in Bangkok). Since the temple didn't have a building big enough to house the statue, it was kept for 20 years under a simple tin roof. Thus, it seems as though the true identity of this statue had been forgotten for almost 200 years. (source Wikipedia

2 things you need to know about this statue :
1.   The statue is 3 metres (9.8 ft) tall and weighs 5.5 tonnes (5.4 long tons; 6.1 short tons). (According to another account, the statue measures 3.91 meters from base to top, and 3.10 meters across the lap from knee to knee.) It can be disassembled into nine pieces

2.   At US$1,400 per troy ounce, the gold in the statue (18 karat) is estimated to be worth 250 million dollars. The body of the statue is 40% pure, the volume from the chin to the forehead is 80% pure, and the hair and the topknot, weighing 45 kg, are 99% pure gold.




Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Backpacking In Bangkok : Madam Tussauds

By muiz misri   Posted at  6:14 PM   Thailand
Madam Tussauds  is a wax museum that originally started in London. I never been to wax museum before so  I don't have expect anything how the wax museum is all about. A little bit about the Madam Tussauds
Million and millions of people have flocked through the doors of Madame Tussauds London since they first opened over 200 years ago. Madame Tussauds opened its doors in the heart of Times Square in New York City in the year of 2000.
There are many reasons for this enduring success, but at the heart of it all is good, old fashioned curiosity. Today visitors are sent on a unique journey through the realms of history, power and fame. The museum-style ropes and poles have gone so guests can truly get up close and personal with A-list celebrities, sports legends, political heavyweights and historical icons, reliving times, events and moments that made the world talk about them.


Once I enter,I  feel amazing with the wax statue because looks almost 100% look alike , the face , the physical even the eye also almost the same. The wax museum is divided into several section such as Influential Leader / Political Leader / Public Figure, Athletes, Singer dan Actor even Doremon also have wax statue. I really enjoy the wax museum even tough is wax statue there have 3D game and karaoke session rather take photo only. Don't easily touch any part of wax statue such ass or breast because you might suddenly touch the human one hahah just kidding.

Visitor Map : Your journey start here



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