Ramadhan: The Month of Fitnah

  

When the connection from the brain to the mouth is loose, you get all sorts of idiotic-sounding monkeys jump around blabbing nonsense. This trend of Fitnah happens 24:7/365 including during Ramadhan, the Tasyrik days, and even when one is performing the Umrah.

Despite explanation after explanation you see these monkeys conjure up new things just for the sake of staying at that level of the mental evolution, of course with one exception that is Zainuddin Maidin because I don’t think that he has good comprehension of the English language.

The latest idiot-churned issue is the redevelopment of the Kampung Bahru mosque in Kuala Lumpur. I leave you with the media statement issued by 1MDB so you don’t regress mentally and make an ape of yourselves:

Media statement by 1Malaysia Development Berhad

Issued on 29 June 2015


For immediate publication


Kampung Baru mosque redevelopment started in 2011 


 


Contrary to recent statements by various parties, the redevelopment of the Kampung Baru Jamek Mosque was first announced by Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Mohd Najib Tun Abdul Razak during his visit to Kampung Baru on 5 February, 2011.  Construction works commenced in 2012, to transform the mosque into a vibrant community centre for Kampung Baru residents.  Scheduled for full completion by end-July 2015, the mosque will serve as a key catalyst for the planned development of Kampung Baru.


Yayasan 1MDB has contributed RM20 million towards the mosque redevelopment project from its inception in 2011 to the present day.  1MDB regrets that various parties have resorted to using the mosque redevelopment project to serve their own agendas.


The Kampung Baru mosque redevelopment is one of many CSR activities undertaken by Yayasan 1MDB, working with Malaysians across all races and religions.  Further information on the depth and breadth of 1MDB’s CSR activities can be found on our website here:

http://www.1mdb.com.my/csr/summary.

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