Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Mr Jon Chadwick

Chairman, Shell Malaysia

Yang Berbahagia Datuk-Datuk Datin-Datin, ladies and gentlemen - a very good evening to you all.

Thank you very much for your kind invitation to address this evening's gathering - Lilian and I are delighted to be with so many friends again.

I have pretty good memories of my teenage years in the 70s - our "groovy" theme for tonight. Teens can be a terribly troubling period ... and while I had my fun, I may not necessarily wish I was back there ever again!

Ladies and gentlemen, on behalf of Shell Malaysia, I would like to take this opportunity to thank you personally for your continuing contribution and dedication to Shell Malaysia. While you are our single most valued asset, you are also Shell customers, Shell shareholders and therefore, very important stakeholders of the Company.

I would like to spend some time to briefly update you on some of the latest developments in our company. In summary, we are investing in Malaysia at a staggering pace… at record levels we have never done before. Over RM 7 Mln capital investment is made every day by our company - or about RM 2.6 Bln every year. Our Businesses are flourishing, we have over 4,990 staff in the Shell Malaysia family and we are delivering very well on all our short term targets.

Ladies and gentlemen, allow me to take a look at each business…

In Oil Products.… our retail and refining business, ...

  • We are still the retail market share leader in Malaysia. We continue to sell more products to consumers in Malaysia than Petronas - an achievement I am very proud of. Both our retail and commercial businesses are going all out to improve profitability and market share. I believe that today we run the best Shell retail business in Asia Pacific … and probably the world. We have had an astounding 3rd and 4th quarter ... this is proof that our super-brand is very, very strong in Malaysia - something we fiercely protect.
  • Shell Refining Company in Port Dickson recently achieved a record profit - in the third quarter despite very tough refining business conditions around the world. The SRC share price has appreciated this year and I am determined that the Port Dickson refinery will be the most admired refinery in Asia Pacific. We paid out USD 800 million in dividends to our shareholders. We are, most definitely on-track towards delivering that objective.
  • SRC has also recently won - for the second year running - the Best Environmental Reporting Award of all listed companies in Malaysia. I understand we are aiming for a hattrick next year.
  • We were given the honour by the Group to be the first company in the Shell World to launch the global positioning campaigns for Helix Motor Oils and for our fuels, Shell Super and Shell V Power.

In Exploration and Production we are investing at record levels, ...

  • Today SM-EP is producing over 3,200 MMscf/d of gas and over 80,000 bbl/d of oil - we are producing at extremely impressive levels in both Sabah and Sarawak. We have also secured an extension of our right to participate in the Baram Delta fields.
  • Looking at Development projects, SM-EP implemented several major projects, notably the B11 project involving “Twister”, a separator with no moving parts - an innovative technology - the first in any Shell Group offshore development. Also SM-EP recently obtain secured Shell shareholder support to develop, or rather redevelop E11 - the largest investment project in Asia Pacific this year - RM 1.6 Billion Capital investment in the coming years.
  • Exploration - we made several significant discoveries in offshore Sarawak, Sabah and we are about to announce our very first discovery in Peninsular Malaysia. Our discoveries are in increasingly deeper waters. This will undoubtedly improve our reserves position. In 2004, a significant proportion of SM-EP’s budget, more than 2003, will be allocated for exploration activities. We are particularly excited on some of the opportunities in Sabah waters.
  • We are also participating in EP activities offshore Peninsular Malaysia. This is a breakthrough for Shell Malaysia ... as you know, up till recently, all our work has been concentrated offshore Sabah and Sarawak.
  • SM-EP is undergoing a re-organization…… in a nutshell - similar to Shell’s Oil Products business, we will restructure into a regional entity with a functional set up. My boss…. On the EP side ….. will be in Singapore. Miri has become the technical hub for all Shell’s upstream activities in the Asia Pacific region - another recognition of the tremendous talents of Malaysian staff.

In our Downstream Gas business ...

  • We continue to make headway. The Gas-to-Liquids products that we produce in Bintulu earned recognition as the official fuel at next year’s Olympic Games in Athens.
  • We have sold products all over the globe this year. Our SMDS sales team has been very aggressive in the international markets and 2004 will surely show the fruits of their labour.
  • SMDS has experienced some difficult times in the past but things are looking up. Plans are in place to improve the profitability. Hock Cheng, now Shell’s Chairman in China, has been replaced by Idris Jala, a Sarawakian - another testimony to the great talents of our Malaysian staff - talent which is well recognized in the Shell Group. This country is exporting home-grown talent - Shell people - all around the world, and I am again, very proud of this unparalleled quality we have.
  • Our LNG business has also done well this year - when the Japanese had their nuclear crisis, they turned to Bintulu and we met their increased supply needs.

And some very notable Global Service Hubs…

  • SITI in Cyberjaya, one of the three Global IT centers in the Shell Group, is delivering first class services around the globe and rapidly expanding. From under 200 staff mid last year, SITI has now grown to over 800 staff today. It will have over 1200 staff by the end of next year. 85% of these Shell staff are bright young Malaysians - the average age is 31. SITI has established itself as a prominent player in the business community in Cyberjaya - we are always mentioned in the media and by the Government when it comes to credible MSC players.
  • ATRACC, providing back office financial service, is now serving Shell companies across Asia Pacific. 300 young staff and a management team of 1 man and 7 ladies run this shop.
  • Shell People Services and Global Solutions are also growing their signature in Malaysia.
  • Shell Services East Zone, Shell Finance Services and Shell Treasury, SuperKad Services and the Retail Learning Academy in Shah Alam - Ladies and gentlemen, all these centres of excellence are right here in Malaysia and supporting the Shell Group across the Businesses. Additionally, our BonusLink Loyalty Programme is the largest in Asia. They are all growing and glowing the Brand.
  • We now have over 1,800 staff in hub businesses providing recruitment and learning, engineering, IT support, as well as financial services.

And where are we going for 2004 ...

We want grow! And to do so, we will continue to invest materially in Malaysia and in Malaysians. We are looking at the most successful Malaysianisation programme among FDIs in this country. In Shell we have a 5% Mat Salleh ratio to a 95% Malaysian workfore.

More deepwater exploration, more production ... we are looking at higher volumes from our GtL plant, maximising our downstream profitability and looking at SRC to reinvent itself to be the most admired refinery in Asia Pacific.

Shell Malaysia has its more than fair share of issues and challenges that I foresee ahead of us...

  • Business wise, we will continue to experience a difficult business environment challenged by increasingly aggressive competition and more demanding customers’ who continue to change their preferences. Additionally, we fight a global refining surplus (which is particularly bad in Asia Pacific) and we face volatile oil prices ... despite the capture of and speculation surrounding Saddam Hussein.
  • Reputation wise, there will be a major challenge to sustain our stakeholders’ favorable and supportive view of us as our aspirations are ambitious - we have big plans for Malaysia.
  • Staff must work harder and harder ... and still harder to maintain our cost-competitiveness.
  • HSSE - in spite of having the most stringent standards and management systems in the world, our road fatalities and third-party injuries still tragically happen.
  • Security - yes national and international security issues are now on the meeting agenda more than they used to be.
  • Petronas is a very serious competitor - increasingly well managed and increasingly aggressive. Don't forget, we are fighting the global giant in its home base.
  • Our hubs on the global map, with their 'pioneering' and infrastructural challenges, have high expectations and service levels to live up to.
  • In EP, we are maximising our reserves and looking at replacing the matured ones

Ladies and Gentlemen,

Shell has been in Malaysia for over 113 years - we are very proud of our past and our plans for the future. I recently went with my boss, Malcolm Brinded, to see Pak Lah in his office in Putrajaya. Malcolm said “Shell has been here for over 100 years and we would like to be here for another 100”. And Pak Lah replied “Why put a limit on it?!”

We have more Malaysians outside than expatriates in Malaysia - a fabulous achievement. Malaysia Boleh! This must be heartening to hear because what it means is that we doing our best to continue the tradition of everyday excellence and performance established by the earlier generations of Shell employees……. you! What else can I say, folks. SHELL BOLEH!

My final message to you is to continue to put into practice and promote what has made, and continues to make you so driven and so special, and how you have made Shell different and successful in this wonderful country. More power to all of you and your loved ones, and I hope you have a fabulous or "groovy" time tonight. I know Lilian and I will. Thank you very much for your time and your consideration.

Issued by Shell Malaysia Corporate Affairs.

For more information, please contact:
Lina Yap Abdullah at tel. 03 20912252, h/p. 012 3020221, fax. 03 20912990
Or email: lina.yap-abdullah@shell.com

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Lelaki hensem VS Lelaki tak hensem 

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Perempuan akan cakap: eh perasan bagus...

kalau lelaki handsome berbuat jahat
Perempuan akan kata: nobody's perfect
kalau lelaki tak handsome berbuat jahat
perempuan akan cakap: memang.... muka pun macam pecah rumah!

kalau lelaki handsome menolong perempuan yg diganggu
perempuan akan cakap: wah.. machonya.. macam hero filem!
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Perempuan akan kata: entah2 kawan dia...

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perempuan akan kata: sepadan sangat...
kalau lelaki tak handsome dapat perempuan cantik
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perempuan akan kata: jangan sedih, kan saya ada..
kalau lelaki tak handsome ditinggal kekasih
perempuan akan kata:...(terdiam, tapi telunjuknya
meliuk-liuk dari atas ke bawah, patutlah, tengok saja luarannya)...

kalau lelaki handsome penyayang binatang
perempuan akan cakap: perasaannya halus...penuh kasih sayang
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perempuan akan cakap: sesama keluarga memang harus menyayangi...

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perempuan akan cakap: matching... hebat luar dalam
kalau lelaki tak handsome bawa BMW
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perempuan akan cakap: pasti takut kalau2 gambarnya tersebar
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perempuan akan cakap: let me be your shoulder to cry on
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perempuan akan kata: kuat nangis!! lelaki ke bukan ni?

heheheheh...... dunia.. dunia......

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Query over origin of 'Malaysia' 

The article, A Sacred Mountain: Exploration of Mount Kinabalu was taken from the Singapore Free Press and published on page 125 of the British North Borneo Herald on July 1, 1929.

The first paragraph reads: "It is the highest peak (13,455 feet) in Malaysia and its flora and fauna are highly specialised."

The last paragraph states: "The recent work done on Kinabalu is of course all part of a comprehensive scheme for investigating the Malaysian fauna."

Sabah Archives Department director Datu Tigabelas Datu Zainal Abidin said the name "Malaysia" most likely referred to "Malay Asia" or the Malay archipelago.

"It is not used to name a country but a region. Based on our analysis, there is no other logical reason for using the word 'Malaysia' in the article.

"Malay Asia does not specifically refer to Malaya, Borneo, Indonesia or the Philippines. It refers to the region," he said.

"Malaysia" came into the public domain again in 1945 as the Japanese surrendered in Singapore. The headline of a front-page report in the Straits Times of Sept 13, 1945 reads: "Japanese in Malaysia Surrender At Singapore".

The first paragraph of the report went: "The surrender of half a million Japanese troops in Malaya and the Dutch East Indies was formally signed at Singapore yesterday, 1,374 days after the first Japanese bombs fell on this city and war broke out in the Far East."

Was the "Malaysia" referred to in the headline a combination of Malaya, the Dutch East Indies (Indonesia) and Singapore?

Tan Sri Dr Noordin Sopiee, in his book From Malayan Union to Singapore Separation 1945-65, said the first suggestion of bringing together all the territories in the Malaysia region, which included Sabah, Sarawak, Brunei, Malaya and Singapore, could be traced back to 1887 when Lord Brassey said the whole area should be merged into one large colony.

Brassey was then the North Borneo Chartered Company director.

Quoting historian Professor K.G. Treggoning, Noordin said the matter was deliberated in the British Cabinet in 1888 and again in 1932.

"The political rationalisation which was undertaken immediately after the Second World War caused many to suspect a British intention to link up all the territories of the region into one governmental unit," he wrote.

Noordin said after the war, the British Governor-General Malcolm MacDonald was entrusted with the task of co-ordinating the major policies of the five territories. "The Singapore Progressive Party became, in fact, the first political party of the Malaysia region to advocate a region-wide unified system," he said.

He said Tun Ghazali Shafie and Tun Tan Cheng Lok had also advocated the "Malaysia" concept in the 1950s.

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Bangkitlah Bangsaku... 

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gerakmu makin pincang...

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penuh dengan semangat yang padu...
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bukan bangsa yang terdera...
bukan bangsa yang terjajah..
budaya asing yang kian kau agungkan...

bangkitlah anak bangsaku...
bersama kita laungkan...

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Tuesday, August 30, 2005

Antara restoran INDIA dan restoran INDIA MUSLIM (Mamak) 

Patut le ramai yang suka tea tarik & roti canai mamak......ada perisa tambahan lagi.............

Berhati-hati memilih kedai makan....

Selaku Pengarah Perhubungan Awam dan Komunikasi Media Persatuan Pengguna Islam Malaysia (PPIM), saya ingin menerangkan di sini tentang kewujudan
kekeliruan di antara restoran INDIA dan restoran INDIA MUSLIM (Mamak) di Malaysia.

Seperti yang anda sedia maklum, lewat ini, wujud begitu banyak restoran-restoran INDIA yang menggunakan nama-nama berunsur Islam dan Melayu (Sri Pelita dan lain-lain) untuk mengaburi mata pengguna Islam.

Memang tepat dakwaan yang mengatakan bahawa Restoran Lotus dimiliki oleh orang yang beragama Hindu walaupun makanan yang disajikan saling
tak tumpah seperti makanan orang-orang INDIA MUSLIM.

Menurut pengamatan PPIM, restoran-restoran yang dimiliki oleh orang beragama Hindu akan dimulakan setiap pagi dengan upacara memecahkan kelapa
dan premisnya akan direnjis-renjiskan dengan air dan sejenis serbuk. PPIM telah dimaklumkan oleh pengguna-pengguna Islam bahawa air tersebut
merupakan air kencing lembu dan serbuk itu pula merupakan najis lembu yang telah dikeringkan. Kadangkala, makanan yang telah siap dihidangkan turut juga direnjiskan dengan air dan serbuk ini. Mungkin untuk membawa keberkatan.

Sebagai pengguna-pengguna Islam yang peka, sudah menjadi tanggungjawab kita bersama untuk membantu perniagaan saudara-saudara seagama kita.
Bukanlah niat PPIM untuk mewujudkan perasaan benci sesama masyarakat Malaysia yang berbilang kaum dan agama, namun saya berpendapat bahawa motto "Muslim
business comes first" haruslah menjadi amalan kita.



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Monday, August 29, 2005

Dalami ilmu agama - Sebelum berpoligami 


RAMAI beranggapan, wanita yang memberi keizinan kepada suaminya berkahwin lain akan mendapat ganjaran payung emas di syurga.Adakah benar kenyataan di atas ini dan bagaimanakah seharusnya poligami yang disarankan dalam Islam?

Tidak ada ayat al-Quran atau hadis-hadis yang menerangkan hal tersebut, demikian menurut Pensyarah di Jabatan Usuluddin dan Falsafah, Fakulti Pengajian Islam, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Prof. Madya Dr. Jawiah Dakir.

Malah jelas beliau, kebanyakan lelaki yang berhasrat untuk mengamalkan poligami sering kali menggunakan alasan `mendapat ganjaran payung emas' untuk mendapatkan keizinan. Malahan mereka juga menyatakan, poligami diharuskan kerana mengikut sunah Nabi Muhammad s.a.w.

``Memang mereka mengikut sunah Nabi tetapi hanya pada jumlah bilangan isteri yang dikahwini, tidak dari segi cara perlaksanaannya. Suami perlu memahami perasaan isteri yang mana kita tidak ketahui sejauh mana hatinya terluka apabila mengetahui suami ingin menambah isteri. Oleh itu suami perlu bertindak bijaksana untuk mendapatkan keredhaan isteri,'' terang beliau mengenai amalan poligami yang selalu disalah tafsir golongan lelaki.

Dalam Islam, jelas dinyatakan syarat-syarat poligami yang dibenarkan dalam Islam berdasarkan kepada surah al-Nisa' ayat 3 :

Dan jika kamu tidak akan dapat berlaku adil terhadap (hak-hak) perempuan yang yatim (apabila kamu mengahwininya), maka kahwinilah wanita-wanita (lain) yang kamu senangi; dua, tiga atau empat. Kemudian jika kamu takut tidak akan dapat berlaku adil, maka (kahwinilah) seorang saja, atau hamba-hamba yang kamu miliki. Yang demikian itu adalah lebih dekat kepada tidak berbuat aniaya.

Sejarah poligami telah bermula sebelum kedatangan agama Islam. Apabila syiar Islam semakin berkembang, Rasulullah s.a.w. mengatur poligami supaya ia dijalankan dengan lebih bermaruah dan tidak mendatangkan masalah kepada keluarga.

Rasulullah s.a.w. telah mengIslamkan ramai para sahabatnya. Ada di antara mereka yang mempunyai lebih daripada empat isteri. Baginda menyarankan agar memilih empat sahaja dan yang lain harus diceraikan.

``Berdasarkan kepada riwayat tersebut, lelaki yang beragama Islam boleh berkahwin tidak melebihi empat isteri. Paling utama, mampu berlaku adil kepada isteri-isterinya, sama ada adil dari segi layanan, giliran, nafkah dan yang berkaitan dengan tanggungjawab suami kepada isteri'' tambah beliau lagi.

Adil, menurut Jawiah terlalu luas tafsirannya dan ia merupakan satu tanggungjawab berat yang harus dipikul bagi lelaki yang mengamalkan poligami. Ia melibatkan aspek material, rohaniah dan bergantung kepada keadaan isteri-isteri dan jumlah keluarga yang ditanggung oleh seorang lelaki.

Suami wajar berlaku seadil-adilnya dalam melaksanakan tanggungjawab itu dan dalam hal ini kaum lelaki yang mahu berpoligami hendaklah meneliti dan memahami penegasan Allah s.w.t. bahawa adil itu amat sukar untuk dilaksanakan. Para suami yang mempunyai keinginan berkahwin satu lagi wajar berusaha supaya berjaya melaksanakannya atau melupakan sahaja untuk berpoligami.


Firman Allah s.w.t.: Kamu sekali-sekali tidak akan dapat berlaku adil terhadap isteri-isteri kamu, sekalipun kamu berusaha untuk berlaku adil. (an-Nisa: 129)

Berdasarkan kepada firman di atas, jika lelaki merasakan tidak boleh berlaku adil, maka diharuskan berkahwin satu sahaja.

Adil itu pula wajar difahami secara yang mendalam dan bijaksana, misalnya, isteri pertama mempunyai lima orang anak manakala isteri kedua pula baru mempunyai seorang anak, maka sudah tentulah duit perbelanjaan yang harus diberikan juga adalah berbeza bergantung kepada keadaan para isterinya.

``Inilah tanggungjawab berat yang kadang kala mendatangkan masalah kepada amalan poligami. Sedangkan dalam Islam, Allah s.w.t. telah meletakkan syarat-syaratnya supaya poligami dapat berjalan dengan baik,'' kata beliau merujuk kepada ayat al-Quran.

Daripada riwayat Tirmizi, Rasulullah s.a.w. bersabda: Lelaki yang tidak berlaku adil atau cenderung pada seorang isteri, apabila dibangkitkan pada Hari Akhirat, bahunya akan kelihatan senget.

Syarat kedua yang perlu diberi pertimbangan oleh masyarakat pada hari ini ialah belajar mendalami ilmu agama, khususnya ilmu berkeluarga terutama membabitkan hal-hal tanggungjawab suami isteri dan juga poligami.

Beliau menasihati agar amalan poligami itu lengkap dengan pengisian ilmu di dada agar ia mengikut syariat Islam. Kadang-kadang tujuan itu bukan bersandarkan syariat Islam tetapi mengikut hawa nafsu dan menerima godaan daripada wanita yang mempunyai niat tidak baik.

``Kita seharusnya belajar cara Nabi melaksanakan poligami dan melihat wanita bagaimana yang dipilih. Baginda tidak berkahwin dengan wanita cantik sebaliknya memilih janda yang kematian suami. Malah dua isteri baginda sahaja yang masih gadis, iaitu Aisyah dan Mariatul Qatiah. Manakala selebihnya ialah janda yang telah berumur,'' ujar beliau.

Tambahnya, sekiranya lelaki pada hari ini benar-benar mengamalkan poligami bersandarkan kepada sunah Nabi, memang tercapai hasrat berpoligami yang bertujuan membela nasib kaum wanita yang kehilangan tempat bergantung.

Bagaimanapun, pandangan negatif wanita terhadap amalan poligami boleh dikikis, sekiranya ia dilakukan dengan cara yang betul seperti tidak merahsiakan daripada pengetahuan isteri pertama dan kaum keluarga ataupun berkahwin lari dan tidak mendaftarkannya secara sah.

``Wanita menjadi marah atau amat sensitif kerana poligami yang diamalkan oleh sesetengah para suami, tidak berdasarkan kepada lunas-lunas Islam yang suci.

``Suami harus belajar mendalami ilmu agama dan isteri pula perlu ambil tahu dan memahami kenapa poligami diharuskan, dalam keadaan apa ia diharuskan dan dalam suasana bagaimana ia tidak harus.

``Sekurang-kurangnya, ia merupakan jalan penyelesaian terbaik kepada kedua-dua belah pihak,'' ujar Jawiah mengenai sikap golongan wanita mengenai tindakan suami yang berkahwin lain.

Walaupun tidak memerlukan keizinan isteri pertama, alangkah baiknya kalau suami dan isteri duduk bersama untuk berunding. Suami wajar memilih waktu dan cara yang sesuai agar perasaan isteri tidak terluka.

Dari segi Enakmen Keluarga Islam, lelaki yang hendak berkahwin lain perlu mendapatkan kebenaran Mahkamah Syariah. Mahkamah akan melakukan siasatan dan memanggil isteri pertama untuk memastikan sama ada suaminya layak dan mampu untuk berkahwin lain.

``Jika mahkamah telah memberi kebenaran kepada suaminya untuk berkahwin lain, si isteri perlu memahami kehendaknya dan jangan lakukan perkara-perkara yang memudaratkan seperti menyimbah asid kepada suami atau sebagainya.

``Selain itu, suami juga perlu pandai memujuk, jangan sampai mengganggu perasaannya, jauh sekali untuk menganiaya isteri atau mencederakan isteri yang tidak membenarkannya berpoligami,'' nasihat beliau agar isteri menjaga maruah dengan baik dan suami pula menunjukkan sifat sewajarnya sebagai seorang lelaki dan suami yang ditugaskan menjaga dan memimpin isteri.

Lelaki perlu memahami sikap wanita yang suka cemburu dan tidak suka berkongsi kasih dengan wanita lain. Amat penting jika lelaki berusaha mencari jalan terbaik bagi menghilangkan sikap tersebut dan menanganinya secara bijak.

``Saya tidak nafikan, terdapat sesetengah wanita yang berpendirian lebih baik hilang suami daripada berkongsi kasih dengan wanita lain. Dengan itu, carilah jalan terbaik, pandang ke hadapan dan fikirkan masa depan anak-anak dan keluarga, lebih-lebih lagi fikirkan dosa dan pahalanya kerana perkahwinan adalah sunah dan wajib dipelihara dengan sebaik-baiknya,'' tegas Jawiah.

Beliau juga berpendapat bahawa poligami dapat ditangani dengan mudah sekiranya permulaannya adalah baik dan tidak menimbulkan huru hara. Jika semuanya berjalan dengan sempurna, tidak timbul sebarang masalah sama ada dari pihak suami mahupun isteri.

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Sazzy Datuk Falak yang galak.... 

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Sunday, August 28, 2005

Anak lelaki Mr Bean 

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Saturday, August 27, 2005

Turkey Grand Prix 2005 - Photos 

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