A daring jewellery shop robbery consisting of 4 men were caught in video by a daring bystander. One men were armed with two guns were on the lookout while 3 others were busy taking the loot. 

Video above: The robbery in action

The incident took place at 11.30am in Chai Leng Park where one gunman was seen nervously walking about and also warning the bystanders not to come close while pointing the gun towards them.

Image above: The robber guarding outside pointing the gun at the bystanders
However, the robber did not harm any bystanders in the two minute robbery as they took the loot away.

He then fired a warning shot, as three other robbers came out from the shop with trays of jewellery from the display. No one was reported hurt.

The four men then fled the scene in two motorcycles. Central Seberang Prai district police chief ACP Rusli Md Noor said at least RM600 000 worth of jewellery were carted away.



An animal lover was found unconscious in the Sabrina Animal Recovery Centre (SARC) premises Sunday evening.

Image above: She was found unconscious and foaming in her mouth. Her condition still unstable

Nor Aifaa Syazny, who is known among Penang animal rescuers as Coco Chan, had fainted while tending to animals in the centre. SARC owner D.G. Janet, 38 said they were outside the shelter cleaning when they heard the dogs making a lot of noise.

"We went in and found her on the floor, foaming at her mouth," she said.
A friend of the victim, M. Maheswaran, 36, said he last spoke to her at around 10am Sunday.
"She was very frustrated and upset with all the killing going on," he said, referring to the ongoing culling of dogs in Penang to combat the threat of a rabies outbreak.

The girl was admitted to the Penang Hospital and is now conscious but her condition is still unstable.
It is learnt that Nor Aifaa had taken sleeping pills. She is also the founder of Aifaa's Shelter Home Sweet Home, which rescues sick stray cats.


A MAN was killed when a cow that was being slaughtered during a sacrificial ceremony suddenly bucked and sent the parang flying and slashing him.

 Image: The site of the fateful incident and the cut wound on the left arm

China Press reported that Suharto Dimjati, 48, suffered a deep slash wound to his left forearm at a surau at Taman Cahaya Baru in Yong Peng, Johor, on Thursday morning.

He was said to be in charge of securing the head of the cow during the slaughtering.

Suharto was rushed to Yong Peng Health Clinic for treatment and later transferred to the Sultanah Nora Ismail Hospital due to the seriousness of his injuries.

Image: The late victim and his family

However, he could not be saved and was pronounced dead upon arrival due to excess blood loss. It was reported that the deceased was tasked to hold the head close to the "Imam" (a religious Muslim head) who was slaughtering the cow. When the cow bucked in the midst of slaughtering process, both the Imam and the victim was thrown back. The dagger used to cut the neck of the cow flew backwards and landed on the victim's arm resulting in the severe blood loss leading to the death.

Results from a post-mortem showed that he died due to the loss of blood from the wound. Batu Pahat OCPD Asst Comm Din Ahmad said the police had classified the case as sudden death.



Police have detained three men, including a Malaysian, over suspected terror activities following an alert issued by the US embassy, advising its citizens to stay away from Jalan Alor in the capital city of Kuala Lumpur.

Deputy General-Inspector of Police Datuk Seri Noor Rashid Ibrahim said that the suspects were arrested in a special operation around Kuala Lumpur by Bukit Aman’s Counter Terrorism department yesterday. “The operation is a result from information obtained from suspects arrested previously, who revealed the existence of plans to launch attacks on assets that are of interest to the country, to the West, and the public concentrated areas,” he said in the statement in the evening.

The three suspects, aged between 30 and 51 years old, were detained in an apartment not far from Jalan Alor. They include a Syrian and a Indonesian national, who was found to have more frequent trips to Yemen and was detected entering Malaysia a few days ago. The suspects, including a businessman, have been detained under the Security Offences (Special Measures) Act 2012 (Sosma).

“Police are still investigating to confirm whether the three are involved in any plans to launch attacks in Malaysia,” said Noor Rashid. Yesterday, the Malaysian Insider reported that the police have stepped up security and increased patrols in Jalan Alor and surrounding areas following credible information on a potential terrorist attack following the arrests of several militants from the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) in the past month.

According to a police source, more men have been sent to the ground while the US and Australian embassies advised its citizens to avoid Jalan Alor and surrounding areas yesterday. Noor Rashid said today that the police will continue monitoring the situation to ensure the safety and the interest of the country are protected. “This includes increasing security patrols in strategic locations and areas frequented by the public. “The travel advisories issued by the foreign embassies are meant to guarantee the safety of their people wherever they are,” he added.

Last month, Malaysian police arrested 10 suspected ISIS members in multiple raids across the country. Those arrested includes six security forces personnel, a former interior designer and a kindergarten teacher. The suspects which comprises of eight men and two women were detained by the special counter-terrorism division in six separate areas including Kuala Lumpur.



Image above: The elusive crocodile spotted at Likas Lagoon is now 'swimming' in the social medias

The Sabah Wildlife Department is on a hunt for an elusive crocodile that was spotted again at the Likas lagoon about 3km from the city centre. Department director William Baya said a team of rangers from his Rescue Unit had set up traps to capture the reptile that was spotted at about 11am near the state Department of Irrigation and Drainage pump station.

Baya said this could be the same crocodile that was spotted in the area several months ago. “We also laid traps then, but couldn’t catch the reptile,” he said. He said those who saw the crocodile claimed it was about 1.5m long.

Since news of the sighting this morning, a picture of the crocodile has been widely circulated on social media including Facebook and WhatsApp. Baya said catching the reptile was the department’s priority as the area surrounding the lagoon was densely populated.

“Our concern is also for people who like to go fishing in the lagoon area,” he said. He added that the department had also issued a warning to the people in the area. “We suspect the reptile was washed down during the recent floods from one of the crocodile farms in Tuaran and Penampang,” Baya said. Last week Baya said the number of human-crocodile conflicts statewide had been increasing drastically.

In the past five years (2010-2015), he said more than 50 crocodiles had been caught and relocated to forest reserves and rivers far from human habitation. The crocodile population has been on the increase as the reptiles have been protected for 30 years as no hunting permits were given out.

Baya said his department would be carrying out a crocodile population study and the data would be used to manage them so that there was a sustainable population. The department will also put up notices to warn the public to keep away from crocodile-infested rivers.

He said a 2m-long crocodile was also caught in the jogging track around Likas Sports Complex last year. Baya said they were now hunting for two more crocodiles spotted in the monsoon drain along the state museum and the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and also another near a polytechnic in Likas here.

 Image above: Nurfazilah Abdul Rahman, 26 year old teacher that was killed by a crocodile

Just two months ago, a temporary teacher was killed by a crocodile in Limbang, Sarawak when she went to the river to collect ablution water to perform prayers. She was attacked and dragged as far as 100 meters while her family and other villagers witnessed in horror. Several villagers risked and dived into the water to look for her but the attempt went futile. About 20 minutes later, the crocodile released her but she was already dead by then. Her legs appeared but were pulled back by the crocodile into the water.



A 15-year-old boy died while three others were injured when lightning struck the goat shed they were in. The deceased was identified as Mohd Zamanqusyairi Ismail from Pak Katak Village, Bukit Tunggal here. He was a student of Bukit Tunggal High School.

The other three – Shamsul Rani, 32, who is a cousin of the deceased, Khairi Fatullah Mohd Zaid, 21, and a 14-year-old schoolmate Muhammad Syawal Imran Zakaria – were admitted to the hospital after the 4.30pm incident.

At the Hospital Sultanah Nur Zahirah, Shamsul said they were at the shed that belonged to Zamanqusyairi’s father.  “We were preparing small bamboo cages to catch fish. “It started to rain heavily at about 3.45pm and we carried on with what we were doing.

“Zamanqusyairi got up and walked about a meter away from where we were seated to wash his hands with the rain water that was dripping from the roof. “All of a sudden, lightning struck and I fell off from where I was seated. We were all unconscious for some minutes,” Shamsul said, adding that when they came to, they found Zamanqusyairi motionless.

“Our efforts to revive him were futile. We informed his father who then called the paramedics,” he added. Zamanqusyairi was pronounced dead by the paramedics.



Hadith Qudsi 19:5: “The Prophet said that Allah commanded him to destroy all the musical instruments, idols, crosses and all the trappings of ignorance.” (The Hadith Qudsi, or holy Hadith, are those in which Muhammad transmits the words of Allah, although those words are not in the Qur’an.)
Muhammad also said:

(1) “Allah Mighty and Majestic sent me as a guidance and mercy to believers and commanded me to do away with musical instruments, flutes, strings, crucifixes, and the affair of the pre-Islamic period of ignorance.”

(2) “On the Day of Resurrection, Allah will pour molten lead into the ears of whoever sits listening to a songstress.”

(3) “Song makes hypocrisy grow in the heart as water does herbage.”

(4) “This community will experience the swallowing up of some people by the earth, metamorphosis of some into animals, and being rained upon with stones.” Someone asked, “When will this be, O Messenger of Allah?” and he said, “When songstresses and musical instruments appear and wine is held to be lawful.”

(5) “There will be peoples of my Community who will hold fornication, silk, wine, and musical instruments to be lawful ….” — ‘Umdat al-Salik r40.0

“His piano burned, musician joins migrant tide,” by Rana Moussaoui, Agence France Presse, September 21, 2015 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):
BEIRUT: Three years of siege, famine and bombing of his Damascus refugee camp didn’t kill celebrated musician Aeham al-Ahmad, but something died inside him the day militants burned his beloved piano in front of his eyes. It was then that Ahmad, whose music had brought consolation, even a bit of joy, to Yarmouk camp’s beleaguered residents, decided to join thousands of others and seek refuge in Europe.
“They burned it in April, on my birthday. It was my most cherished possession,” Ahmad told AFP, which is following his odyssey online, step-by-step. “The piano wasn’t just an instrument. It was like the death of a friend.”

For 27-year-old Ahmad, whose songs of hope amid the rubble of Syria’s largest Palestinian camp became a social media sensation last year, “it was a very painful moment. ”Since Syria’s civil war struck Yarmouk in 2013, the once-thriving neighborhood saw its population dwindle from 150,000 Palestinians and Syrians to barely 18,000 people. The camp was caught up in fighting among government forces, rebels, and extremists and suffered a devastating siege by the Syrian army. About 200 people died from malnutrition and a lack of medicines.

Ahmad became a symbol of hope, helping Yarmouk’s people – particularly its children – forget for a moment the brutal war raging around them with every note he played. “The days when I felt the most helpless were when I had money, but I could not get milk for my year-old baby Kinan, or when my older son Ahmad would ask me for a biscuit,” he said. “It was the worst feeling.”

But after ISIS militants attacked the camp in April, Ahmad’s gentle, tentative ray of light was engulfed in flames. He was in a pickup truck, trying to move his piano to nearby Yalda, where his wife and two boys were living, when he was stopped at a militant checkpoint.

“Don’t you know that music is haram [forbidden by Islam],” a gunman asked, before torching his beloved instrument. Ahmad had stayed in Yarmouk until the day ISIS reduced his battered but precious upright piano to ashes: “That’s when I decided to leave.”

He would make for Germany, from where he would then try to get his family out of Syria. He began the dangerous journey out of Damascus “as rockets rained down,” heading north through the provinces of Homs, Hama, and Idlib until he reached the Turkish border. “At every step, I would meet another trafficker of human flesh,” he recalled….

While the above is being said, elsewhere music still forms part of Nasyeed. In the youtube below, a beautiful Nasyeed is sung melodiously which is harmoniously accompanied with musical instruments and it is dedicated to God and not to the Dark Forces.

Video above: A 'Nasyeed' melodiously sung and harmoniously accompanied with musical instruments which is soothing to the ears...



Cops on graveyard shift duty at Bandar Hilir police station experienced an incident that sent a chilling shock straight to their spines....