PAS DEPUTY PRESIDENT, MOHAMED SABU CHARGED AT SESSION COURT TODAY
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PAS DEPUTY PRESIDENT, MOHAMED SABU CHARGED AT SESSION COURT TODAY

Penang : Malaysia | Sep 20, 2011 at 5:43 PM PDT
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PENANG,WEDNESDAY- PAS DEPUTY PRESIDENT, MOHAMED SABU, twiced detained under Internal Security Act,ISA,would be charged at session court today under defamation act

He will apperared at the court with his lawyer.Mohamad Hanipa Maidin at 10.am today

Mohamed Sabu, hardliner for the PAS,nicknamed Cock Head, for his hard critics towards UMNO, recently triggered the nation news, when he was allegedly to say,Mat Indera,who led the communist attack at Bukit Kepong Police Station killing 25 policeman and relatives was the true hero of Malaysian

He said the modern history of Malaysian independence should be re-written

Mat Indera, was a religious teacher and hafiz al-quran at the early age. He used to receive an award from the Sultan of Johor due to his good services

over 1,000 police reports has been made through out the nation by N-G-O and UMNO members over his contreversial statement

In Shah Alam, two teenagers had thrown a bottle contains of kerasone at the gate of his house,early morning yesterday

He then lodge a police report upon the matter

Shah Alam Police Chief Assistant Commisioner Zahedi Ayo confirmed the incident and police will proceed with the futher investigation

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nikmahadi is based in Kuala Krai, Kelantan, Malaysia, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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