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I Ahmad Khalil Bin Adnan would like to thank Dr. Latifah Binti Mohamed for teaching and helping me prepare for the year-end project this semester. I would also like to thank the divine for extending my life to this day and providing me with the abundant sustenance to fulfill my final year's project assignment. Finally, I hope this project will make an impact on me one day.

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Saya Ahmad Khalil Bin Adnan ingin mengucapkan terima kasih kepada Dr. Latifah Binti Mohamed kerana telah mengajar dan membantu saya untuk menyiapakan projek akhir tahun pada semester ini. Saya juga ingin mengucakan kesyukuran keatas ilahi kerana telah panjangkan umur saya sehingga ke hari ini dan memberi rezeki yang melimpah luah kepada saya untuk menyiakan tugasan projek tahun akhir. Akhir kata daripada saya, saya mengharapkan projek ini dapat memberi impak kepada saya pada suatu hari nanti.

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PUTRAJAYA: Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) vice-president Mohd Rafizi Ramli (pic) and an online news portal owner have withdrawn their appeals against a decision which struck out their defence of fair comment in a defamation suit brought by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and his wife, Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor. The Federal Court five-man panel chaired by Court of Appeal President Tan Sri Zulkefli Ahmad Makinudin struck out both appeals after lawyer Razlan Hadri Zulkifli, representing Mohd Rafizi and Chan Chee Keong, informed the court that they were withdrawing the appeals. "We (lawyers for both parties) have also agreed on costs of RM10,000 for both appeals," said Razlan before the panel Monday (April 23), who also comprised Chief Judge of Malaya Tan Sri Ahmad Maarop and Federal Court Judges Tan Sri Zainun Ali, Tan Sri Azahar Mohamed and Tan Sri Zaharah Ibrahim. On June 20, 2017, the Federal Court granted leave to appeal to Mohd Rafizi and Chan against the Court of Appeal's decision which struck out their defence of fair comment, and the panel was scheduled to hear the appeals. Najib and Rosmah, represented by lawyer Datuk Mohd Hafarizam Harun, had filed the suit over Mohd Rafizi's alleged disparaging statement against them at a forum on oil subsidy in Bandar Tun Razak on Nov 22, 2014. Najib and Rosmah claimed that Mohd Rafizi's speech was recorded by Media Rakyat and uploaded by Chan or his assistant on Media Rakyat 's YouTube and portal. They further alleged that Chan had also shared the recording in Media Rakyat 's Facebook account which could be freely accessed by Internet users worldwide. The couple were seeking general, aggravated and exemplary damages deemed fit by the court, as well as interest and costs. Najib and his wife had sought to strike out the defence of fair comment by Mohd Rafizi and Chan in their statement of defence on grounds that the disputed words were "statement of facts and not statement of comments". They lost their bid in the High Court, prompting them to appeal to the Court of Appeal which subsequently ruled in their favour, and struck out Mohd Rafizi and Chan's defence of fair comments on Nov 29, 2016. Outside the courtroom, when asked why his clients wanted to withdraw the appeals, Razlan said Mohd Rafizi would issue a statement on the matter. He said the case had been fixed for trial at the High Court. - Bernama TAGS / KEYWORDS: Read more at https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2018/04/23/rafizi-withdraws-appeal-in-pm-defamation-suit/#W6xevH2LzhQpEXr3.99

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The $681m (£479m) deposited in the bank account of Malaysian PM Najib Razak by Saudi Arabia was to help him win the 2013 elections, a Saudi source says. Malaysia's attorney general cleared Mr Najib of allegations of corruption on Tuesday after ruling that the money was a donation from the Saudi royal family. Mr Najib had denied that the money came from state-owned investment fund 1MDB. The Saudi source said the donation was made amid concern in Riyadh about the influence of the Muslim Brotherhood. At the time, Malaysia's opposition alliance included the Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS). Its founders were inspired by the Brotherhood, although there is little evidence the Brotherhood actually has much support in Malaysia. Mr Najib's coalition went on to win the election, but with one of its poorest showings in more than 50 years in power. Malaysia's 'mysterious millions' - case solved? 1MDB: The case riveting Malaysia Profile: Najib Razak The secretive donation to Mr Najib was allegedly paid over in several wire transfers between late March 2013 and early April 2013, just ahead of the election on 5 May. The well-placed Saudi source, who has asked not to be named, told the BBC the payment was authorised from the very top - from Saudi Arabia's late King Abdullah - with funds coming from both his personal finances and state funds. Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah speaks in 2014Image copyrightAFP Image caption A Saudi source said the donation was approved by the late King Abdullah Prince Turki bin Abdullah, one of the king's sons, is reported to have had extensive business dealings in Malaysia. The purpose of the donation was simple, said the Saudi source - it was to help Mr Najib and his coalition win the election, employing a strategic communications team with international experience, focusing on the province of Sarawak, and funding social programmes through party campaigning. But why should the Saudis care about an election in a non-Arab country more than 6,000 km (3,700 miles) away? The answer, the source said, lay in their concerns over the rising power of the Muslim Brotherhood, which they consider a terrorist organisation. The Saudis were already upset at events in Egypt, where President Mohammed Morsi was busy consolidating the Brotherhood's hold on the country. Supporters of ousted Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi in Cairo in June 2012Image copyrightGetty Images Image caption Saudi Arabia was concerned by the rise of Mohammed Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt It would be another three months before Mr Morsi was to be deposed by the army, and the Saudis were convinced that the opposition was being supported by the Brotherhood and Qatar, which backed the Brotherhood and other Islamist groups in the Middle East. 'Very murky' So how unusual is it for the Saudi royal family to hand over this amount of cash in a personal donation? Not at all, said the Saudi insider, adding that Jordan, Morocco, Egypt and Sudan have all been beneficiaries of multi-$100m donations from the Saudi royal purse. "There is nothing unusual about this donation to Malaysia," he said. "It is very similar to how the Saudis operate in a number of countries." Saudi Arabia was quick to support the overthrow of Mr Morsi in Egypt, providing the military-backed government with billions of dollars in aid and loans. Malaysia's Attorney-General Mohamed Apandi Ali shows money flow charts at a news conference in Putrajaya, Malaysia, 26 January 2016Image copyrightEPA Image caption Attorney-General Mohamed Apandi Ali says no further action needs to be taken on the donation Jordan has been the beneficiary of more than $1bn in Saudi development funding, while Riyadh has deposited more than $1bn in Sudan's central bank and signed deals to finance dams on the Nile. Morocco has been provided with oil, financing, investments and jobs in recent years. However, questions are still being asked about the secretive and convoluted nature of the money transfer, and the fact that Malaysia's prime minister returned 91% of it just four months later. The remaining $61m has not been accounted for. A British corporate investigator with extensive experience of the Middle East told the BBC that the $681m was paid through the Singapore branch of a Swiss bank owned by the rulers of Abu Dhabi. "It is very murky", he said. "This case will never be fully cleared up until the Saudis and the Malaysians release all the transaction data, and that has not happened."

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Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka bahasa inggeris ke bahasa melayu

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Shiela Mohamed Am so happy to hear back from you. I want to get to know you better and also for you to get to know me better...My full name are Shiela Mohamed, I am mixed Malaysian ,my father is Malaysia and my mother is from England...I speak very very little Malay...lol i was born here and lived in London all my life...lol...i am so looking forward to visit Malaysia very soon ..omg.. I have never been there...i feel so happy am coming to my father's land...haaaa...i want to know me better....am single...26 years old....I live in regent street.I am a professional system consultant...that I studied in college....but you see.i do a lot of contract works here in london...my parents are so rich...they are company shareholders here...living in old trafford....they bought so many bank shares for me that pays me now so much well.hope to hear from you. I am happy you could explain more about your self to me like these. I hope we would be good friend and happy when am there in Malaysia. Until then hope to hear from you soon. Shiela..

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