Sambutan Aidilfitri 2010

8 09 2010

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Kami mengucapkan Selamat Hari Raya kepada semua Muslimin dan Muslimat di Malaysia dan juga di seluruh dunia, termasuk rakyat Malaysia yang bertugas, belajar atau tinggal di luar negara. Juga Muslimin dan Muslimat yang bukan warga negara serta berada di dalam dan luar negara yang mungkin pernah berkunjung dan / atau akan berkunjung lagi ke laman ini di hari yang bahagia ini.

Selaras dengan hasrat perpaduan dan pengwujudan suatu Bangsa Malaysia yang kukuh dan bersepadu, kami juga mengucapkan Selamat Hari Raya kapada semua rakyat Malaysia yang bukan Islam di Malayisa dan di luar negara. Memang sudah menjadi adat di negara ini semua rakyat bersama-sama meriah, gembira dan menyertai rumah-rumah terbuka yang diadakan bagi menjalinkan perhubungan salitur rahim di antara pemimpin dengan rakyat, di antara rakyat yang berbilang kaum dan agama. Adat ini akan berterusan supaya perpaduan negara akan terus kekal sejati.

Juga sudah menjadi adat berma’af-ma’afan di Hari Raya. Maka kami juga memohon ma’af kepada pembaca-pembaca sekelian jika ada kata-kata atau hujah-hujah kami yang menyinggung perasaan anda. Nyata tujuan kami adalah bagi mendatangkan persefahaman, muhibbah di antara rakyat dan perpaduan bagi negara. Namun demikian tiada manusia yang dapat mengelakkan diri sepenuhnya dari melakukan kesilapan atau salah anggap terhadap pihak lain, walaupun tanpa niat sebegitu. Kami juga memohon maaf jika berlakunya yang sedemikian.

Marilah kita ria dan gembira di Hari Raya ini. Wassalam.

SELAMAT HARIRAYA AIDIL FITRI


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15 responses

8 09 2010
DingDong

Salam Aidilfitri Maaf Zahir Batin to SSS admin & followers from Dublin!

9 09 2010
SSS Admin

DingDong,

Salam kembali and Selamat Hari Raya to you in far away Dublin. We wish you and all those around you a joyous Hari Raya when you celebrate it there – we celebrate it tomorrow Friday although Saudi Arabia does it today, we hear.

It can be lonely when far away from home on Hari Raya. But you are lucky it’s not the cold and snowy winter when you celebrate. Enjoy yourself and make the most of the situation wherever you are. Best wishes.

9 09 2010
Dal

SELAMAT HARIRAYA AIDIL FITRI
Susun tangan jari jemari
Ampun maaf dicari dan diberi
Dari sekelian putra dan putri.

9 09 2010
Dal

SELAMAT HARIRAYA AIDIL FITRI
Susun tangan jari jemari
Ampun maaf dicari dan diberi
Dari sekelian putra dan putri.

Tekan SUBMIT COMMENT tapi tak mari?
Kenapa gerangan kenapa peri?
Selalunya tak macam ini hari?
Kalau silap saya ..I’m sorry.

9 09 2010
SSS Admin

Dal,

Kami memohan ma’af kembali
Mungkin sebab SSS Admin lama tak Lock Out tadi
Terlupa, bukan maksud tukar Perlembagaan atau peraturan yang tidak seperti
Selamat Hari Raya juga kami ucapkan kapada Sdr yang kpd blog ini banyak berbudi

Semangkin panjang ayyat kedua hingga keempat itu kerana nak menjawab pantun Sdr. Harap boleh dianggap sebagai pantun. Selamat Hari Raya dan salam hormat Sdr Dal.

9 09 2010
SSS Lame

Selamat Hari Raya to all friends!

Anyway dont you think this site is LAME!!!

WE are supposed to be :

Pelbagai Bahasa (English, Chinese, Melayu, India)
Pelbagai Bangsa (Chinese, Melayu, India)
Satu Malaysia…

We are suppose to be called PPS!!!
SSS is so racist… What do you mean by SATU BANGSA!!!!!!!!
Malaysia is never about 1(Satu) Race!!!!

Use Brain before creating a site like this thank you.

10 09 2010
SSS Admin

Mr Lame,

Are you one of those the MCMC referred to as a defacer in the news report stating

“There has been an increase in web defacement activities targetting Malaysian websites, says the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC).

MCMC said it would continue to monitor the situation through its Network Security Centre, which is a cyber security monitoring centre initiated by the commission in line with the National Cyber Security Policy.”

You submitted uncouth comments using unpleasant language and words to so many of our posts, including the one where we publish good wishes to readers on this joyous occasion, Hari Raya.

Doing that only reflects your upbringing. We regret that there are people like you in this country.

You can say whetever your disagreement with what we do here but it must be with decorum and decency. Provide arguments that are justifiable and sensible. But, to show our open mindedness, we print whatever you said. And we give you our replies, which will be copy-pasted against all your comments, wherever they appear.

We don’t mind taking time from Hari Raya visiting and being visited (1-2 replies were prepared yesterday) to humour you. In the spirit of Hari Raya and to let the public be aware of people like you, and speak about the need for good behaviour, proper norms of conduct among all Malaysians in the forging of a united and cohesive Bangsa Malaysia, for long-term peace and harmony in the country.

10 09 2010
SSS Admin

Mr Lame,

The language and words you use here and there in the various posts of this blog show you do not understand or, by character, simply do not practise decency and decorum in your relations with others. You do not know what goodwill, harmony and mutual respect are all about.

It appears that you have no clue about what national unity is, about what the Constitution is, about respect for and living by the Constitution of the country. And about loyalty to the country that you presumably claim to be a citizen of. You may have developed such narrow mindedness due to secluding yourself from mainstream Malaysiana and it’ll be good if you broaden your social circle.

The SSS has been explained so much in this blog. You only need to look at the FAQs page to know what it is. But then you are not wanting to know about it, are you? You are trying to demean it by asking that question in that manner. Repeating the facts here will hardly do any good to you. Particularly when in one of your comments you follow that question about SSS with the rude questions of whether we have gone to school and learn. And in this comment you ask the whole group of us individual citizens concerned about racial polarization in the country to “Use Brain before creating a site like this”. You do have a very small brain, don’t you?

You may even be a juvenile delinquent from one of the vernacular schools, rude, untaught in decency and manners in communication. On a joyous day like this, we feel sorry for you and hope you will get guidance on the conduct of human relations in the course of your life hereafter. We pray that you’ll be a responsible and loyal Malaysian citizen and contribute to national unity in time to come.

10 09 2010
SSS Admin

Mr Lame,

Your language and words have made your questions appear ill-intentioned and demeaning to SSS. But for the record, and for the sake of other readers, we give below, in brief, the salient facts:

1. Bangsa Malaysia is one which all Malaysians, irrespective of skin colour, creed and breed, can be proud to call themselves by, identify with, at home and abroad. Malaysians will no longer speak in the vernacular languages but in the National Language, Bahasa Malaysia, and will not be thought of or mistaken as Chinese or Indians but as Malaysians especially when abroad. In Malaysia we can be identified as Malaysians without reference to our ethnic origin, including in official documents as far as legally permitted.

2. The definition of racism is where there is antagonism towards another race. There is no antagonism when SSS aims at bringing about unity and cohesion through the single-stream schooling, the use of only Bahasa Kebangsaan as the medium of instruction. Opposition to that is one thing but calling those who want a Bangsa Malaysia racist is in fact being racist.

3. Bangsa Malaysia are citizens who respect, abide and live by the constitution of the country fully. Those who don’t have questionable loyalty because the measure of loyalty is respect for and abiding by the constitution, not just by saying one loves Malaysia or pay taxes, because even the foreign labourers pay tax by way of levy.

Racial polarisation has been increasing in recent years. There is a need to have unity in realistic terms rather than just have a potpourri of races existing under the unrealistic slogan of unity in diversity, without holding to common values, hopes and aspirations as a Bangsa Malayia, and for the country Malaysia.

Unity in diversity is a slogan good only for the billboards to attract tourists. What we want is unity in reality.

11 09 2010
Semerah Padi

Tuan Admin,

Ada anak cina menulis:-

Pelbagai Bahasa (English, Chinese, Melayu, India)
Pelbagai Bangsa (Chinese, Melayu, India)
Satu Malaysia…

We are suppose to be called PPS!!!
SSS is so racist… What do you mean by SATU BANGSA!!!!!!!!
Malaysia is never about 1(Satu) Race!!!!

Siapa yang rasis di sini apabila mendahului bahasa cina di depan bahasa Kebangsaan? Kalau tidak faham apa itu BANGSA MALAYSIA, si anak cina di mnta pulang ke negara asalnya, China. Yang pastinya, si anak cina ini memang rasis cina yang patut diludah dimukanya.

“TANAH INI TANAH MELAYU”

12 09 2010
SSS Admin

Semerah Padi,

Penulis itu langsung tidak menggunakan perkataan “Bahasa Malaysia” atau “Bahasa Kebangsaan”, membayangkan da’ifnya kapada Perlembagaan negara. Juga membayangakan pemikiran rasisnya, bertentangan atau antagonistic terhadap bangsa Melayu, melebihkan dan mendahulukan bangsa dan bahasa Cina, dan sentisa Cina di dalam pemikiranya, tidak pedulikan bahawa Melayu ada lah majoriti dinegara ini.

Dia sangat terbawa dengan cogan kata “multi-racial Malaysia”, “unity in diversity” dan sebagainya. Dia tidak sedar bahawa “unity in diversity” itu tidak bermakna kerana polarisasi kaum sudah lama meningkat di negara ini. Dia mahukan identiti Cinanya selama lamanya, tidak hiraukan usaha usaha menimbulkan suatu identiti Malaysia untuk tujuan perpaduan jangka masa panjang.

Dia mahukan bahasa Mandarin sama taraf dengan Bahasa Malaysia, tidak pedulikkan Perkara 152 Perlembagaan menyatakan Bahasa Malaysia sebagai Bahasa Kebangsaan. Dia tidak sedarkan atau tidak pedulikan bahawa di negara Cina Komunis pun Kerajaannya sedang giat menentukan Bahasa Kebangsaan digunakan – yang kebetulannya ada lah bahasa Mandarin. Tetapi diMalaysia Bahasa Kebangsaan negara ini ada lah Bahasa Malaysia dan dia perlu menghormatinya.

11 09 2010
Kenn

Sdr Admin dan pengunjung sekelian,

Selamat berbahagia di bulan sambutan Aidil Fitri ini semoga bersama-sama kita berjuang untuk memupuk perpaduan yang utuh dalam menwujudkan suatu bangsa Malaysia yang teguh lagi bersatupadu.

Ikhlas,
Kenn

12 09 2010
SSS Admin

Kenn,

Selamat Hari Raya juga di ucapkan kapada anda. Marilah kita berdo’a semoga semua rakyat Malaysia saling menghormati dan bersama merasa ria di hari yang mulia ini. Apabila semua rakyat Malaysia menghormati Perlembagaan negara akan timbul suatu Bangsa Malaysia yang teguh dan bersatu padu.

11 09 2010
zazaland

For SSS and Friends,

Happy Belated Hari Raya.

Be careful when driving.

Take care.

12 09 2010
SSS Admin

zazaland,

Thank you for the Hari Raya wishes. It’s not belated at all as you wished it on the first Hari Raya. We wish the same for you. Let this be a joyous occasion wherever we may be. Many are in the kampongs, others remain in towns, yet others are overseas, working, studying, etc. The world over we are a happy family on this ‘aidil fitri.

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