Pray five times a day and sin ten times a day

 
Women, Family and Community Development Minister Shahrizat Abdul Jalil declared today her family deserves the National Feedlot Corporation (NFC) project, which they own and manage.
Replying to reporters this afternoon after almost two weeks of silence over thecontroversy, Shahrizat said: "They deserve it (the NFC) because they work very hard."
She also commended the ministers who had answered questions and tackled criticismsover the matter.
"The agriculture and agro-industries minister has responded, and I have been informed, the answers are quite clear... I am happy because the ministry will monitor the project," she said after officiating an arts exhibition in Kuala Lumpur this afternoon.
Barking back at her detractors who have questioned the propriety of her family members being awarded the project, and criticisms centering on its currently troubled state of affairs, Shahrizat said what her family does not deserve is all the brickbats that have been thrown over the matter.
"I think my family does not deserve to get this kind of thing (being) said by the opposition," she added.
'We are not easily broken'
Shahrizat also accused the opposition of seeking to use the controversy against Umno and BN's women's wings.
"To me, I see this as part of a political agenda. This is an attempt by the opposition to weaken the spirit and actions of Umno Wanita.
"We are not so easily broken," she asserted.
"I have been in politics for a long time. They (the opposition) are not really interested in the NFC (itself).
"It is directed to me, as Umno Wanita chief, and as BN Wanita chairperson," she added.
Shahrizat trained her sights particularly, on her counterpart in Pakatan Rakyat, PKR Wanita chief Zuraida Kamaruddin, for implicating her family in the project.
"Their political agenda is very clear. They are shaky, just like that PKR Wanita chief. I'm ashamed that a Malaysian woman can be like that," she sneered.
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Testifying in her RM100 million defamation suit against two PKR leaders, Shahrizat Abdul Jalil has disclaimed any knowledge that her husband had put in a bid for the National Feedlot Centre project.
She is suing PKR director of strategy Rafizi Ramli and PKR Wanita chief Zuraida Kamaruddin over various comments that allegedly implicate her in the National Feedlot Corporation (NFC) Sdn Bhd fiasco.
Shahrizat had filed the suit on Jan 19 over Rafizi and Zuraida's revelations on the NFC that implicated her husband Mohd Salleh Ismail.
She told Judicial Commissioner Vazeer Alam Mydin Meera in the Kuala Lumpur High Court today that she does not hold any position in the NFC or in Agroscience Industries Sdn Bhd.
She claimed that Rafizi and Zuraida had used the issue as a primary target in attempting to discredit and malign her as a federal minister.
Shahrizat said she did not know that her husband had bid for the project as they are "worlds apart" in terms of career.

"I have been a politician since 1995 after being elected as Lembah Pantai MP. I join Umno in 1982.

"My husband is a scientist and I do not get involved in his affairs ... as I am a Wanita Umno chief, (was a) minister and BN Wanita leader."

NONEDescribing the attacks on NFC as taking pot-shots at her, Shahrizat said these were meant to attack BN and Umno ahead of the 13th general election.
Zuraida (right)stands accused of statements that implicate Shahrizat in the "mark up" of NFC meat products; influencing the cabinet decision to award the RM250 million soft loan to her husband; and abusing her powers as a federal minister.

Shahrizat is holding Rafizi to account for asking her to apologise to the public over ‘serious legal or moral transgressions’.

NONERafizi (right) and Zuraida, who are in court, have filed acounter-claimagainst Shahrizat.

Others in the packed court room include Mohd Salleh, PKR president Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, vice-president Tian Chua, and secretary-general Saifuddin Nasution Ismail.

Scores of Wanita Umno supporters have shown up in support of Shahrizat, who heads the wingand was the womenfamily and community minister until she stepped down in April due to pressure from the NFC issue.

Shahrizat, a lawyer and former magistrate, is represented by senior lawyer MuhammadShafee Abdullah.

Ranjit Singh and J Leelai are representing Rafizi, while Gopal Sreenevasan and Razlan Hadri Zulkifli are appearing for Zuraida.
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People in town remember the woman in red scarf pulling up her sleeve to challenge the truth about her and her family.
The people also know that Pak Lah, Muhyiddin, Khairy, Najib and Rosmah are involved in giving the woman in red scarf and her family RM250 million to spend freely.
The Rakyat also know that every month Rosmah uses Money changers to channel millions into that woman's daughter accounts.
Rakyat are aware that the woman's daughter is only 26 years old but trustee to millions and the family will leave this country if UMNO Government loses in the 13th GE.
Rakyat are not blind that woman's family are still enjoying the RM250 million and need not pay back a single sen.
Rakyat are fully aware that the Judge will award RM100 million to that woman so that she can pay a small portion of it back to NFC and claim her family has no intention to cheat.
The Rakyat are aware that woman and her family are not the only ones who got free money from UMNO Government.
YET MCA, MALAY EXTREMISTS AND SULTANS ARE ONLY INTERESTED IN DESTROYING PENANG, KEDAH, KELANTAN AND SELANGOR.
IF you say political speech in Mosques and suraus are not allow then why allow UMNO condemn the opposition every Friday.  
What happened to RM500 million zakat money taken by Sultan last year?  Why so quiet?  
Do we not deserve the truth in the month of Ramadan?
Pray five times a day and sin ten times a day. WTF.

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