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Koleksi Jamal Abdillah
Jamal Abdillah – Aku

Jamal Abdillah – Batinku Berlagu Pilu

Jamal Abdillah – Cinta Yang Terbiar

Jamal Abdillah – Derita Cinta

Jamal Abdillah – Disebalik Tabir Cintamu

Jamal Abdillah – Kau Lupa Janji

Jamal Abdillah – Ke Mana Ku Bawa Hati Yang Rindu

Jamal Abdillah – Kenangan Tak Bisa Dilenyapkan

Jamal Abdillah – Sendiri

Jamal Abdillah – Titisan Hujan

Jamal Abdillah – Mati Hidup Semula

Jamal Abdillah – Berkorban Apa Saja

Jamal Abdillah – Gadis Melayu

Jamal Abdillah – Kekasih Awal & Akhir

Jamal Abdillah – Penghujung Rindu

Jamal Abdillah – Sekuntum Bunga Di Taman Hati

Jamil Abdillah – Senandung Kasih

Jamal Abdillah – Sepi Seorang Perindu

Jamal Abdillah – Takdir Penentu Segala
Jamal Abdillah – Tidurlah Permaisuri
Jamal & Fran – Kehebatan Cinta
Jamal Abdillah & M.Nasir – Ghazal Untuk Rabiah
Jamal & Siti Sarah – Sandarkan Pada Kenangan
Jamal, M. Nasir & Hattan – Kepadamu Kekasih

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Friday, November 24, 2006 Posted by | Indon, Melayu, MP3, Music | 247 Comments

Don’t Shatter His Opinion!

Malaysia: A melange of three cultures
By Max Hartshorne GoNOMAD Editor

Shopgirl in Malacca, Malaysia. photo by Liz Chow (mymalaysia)
Shopgirl in Malacca, Malaysia. photo by Liz Chow.

What is Malaysia Like? As I prepared to tape a radio interview on a West Coast travel radio show, I pondered this. I realized that the points I’d make on the air during the 10-minute segment were exactly what our readers want to hear about as they read this story. Our trip in July 2006 began with the longest scheduled flight we could take…Singapore Airlines from Newark all the way across the polar cap to the Malaysian Peninsula below Thailand. We spent eighteen hours inside an Airbus A230. But these long-haul flights are not nearly the dreaded experience you’d think… and not having a long layover got us to Malaysia in less time. The plane’s configuration also includes a stand-up bar in the back of coach, where people can mingle, stretch their legs, sip on coffee or juice and enjoy snacks. Continue reading

Friday, November 24, 2006 Posted by | Commentary | Leave a comment

Banned Commercials

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Friday, November 24, 2006 Posted by | Trivia, Videos | Leave a comment

Malaysia: Ruling party uses Islam to incite hate

Because of the bizarre apartheid of Malaysia, all citizens are given an identity card, called MyKad, at the age of 12. This card states the holder’s race and religious status. 
by Adrian Morgan
UMNO Youth chief and Minister of Education Dato’ Seri Hishamuddin (mymalaysia)



















On Wednesday November 15 the ruling party in Malaysia, UMNO ((United Malays National Organization), began its 57th three-day-long annual conference at the Putra Center, Kuala Lumpur. Issues brought up at the conference served to reinforce the racial apartheid which has been a bedrock of Malaysia’s politics since its independence from Britain on August 31, 1957.


UMNO was founded on May 11, 1946. Its core belief is that of the “ketuanan Melayu” an ideology which states that the Malay people, who are all regarded as “Muslim” are the original and defining populace of Malaya, and thus should have special status and privileges. This is in defiance of logic, as native peoples, the Orang Asli, have lived in the peninsula of Western Malaysia, particularly in Kelantan State, long before the Malay Muslims arrived in the 14th century. Continue reading

Friday, November 24, 2006 Posted by | Commentary, Issues, News | Leave a comment

Kampung Berembang – MPAJ Demolishes 51 Homes

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Friday, November 24, 2006 Posted by | Commentary, Issues, News | 6 Comments

Are there two distinct Malaysias?


Recent headlines and events have made me ponder over this: Are there two distinct Malaysias today – one the politicians’ Malaysia and the other the people’s Malaysia?

How is it that Malaysians of Malay, Chinese and Indian origins outside of Malaysia treat each other affectionately like brothers and sisters and are proud to say that they belong to Malaysia and yet newspaper headlines give a totally different picture?

What has gone wrong recently? It was so much easier to be a Malaysian some time back.
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Friday, November 24, 2006 Posted by | Commentary | 2 Comments

‘Kramer’ apologizes, hires crisis expert (+ visuals)

Michael Richards arrives to celebrate the release of the first three seasons of Seinfeld on DVD, on Nov. 17, 2004, in New York. Richards stunned a comedy club audience, shouting racial epithets at people who heckled him during a standup routine, according to a celebrity Web site. Richards, best known for playing Jerry Seinfeld's eccentric neighbor Cosmo Kramer on the hit 1990s TV show, was performing at the Laugh Factory in West Hollywood on Friday night, Nov. 17. 2006, when he launched into the verbal rampage, according to witnesses and video of the incident post on Photo/ Louis Lanzano) (mymalaysia)

The racial tirade clip:

The apology clip (Full):
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Friday, November 24, 2006 Posted by | Issues, News, Videos | Leave a comment


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