Saturday, March 08, 2014

Prayers for MH370

Who exactly is Malaysia Airlines Capt Zaharie Shah of MH370?

Original article 8/3/14
What can we do in times like this but to pray to the Almighty for the safety of all 239 passengers on Malaysia Airlines' flight MH370 that was bound for Beijing but now missing? Our thoughts to the families and loved ones. Amin. 
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Anonymous said...

Tune to CNN. It has better coverage of the missing plane saga.

Freddie Kevin said...

Salam Datuk,

My prayers are with the families in this trying time.

I share their concerns with a heavy but hopeful heart.

Thank you

Anonymous said...


check this. 9M-MRO has an incident previously.

Thank you.

- Hantu Siber -

Anonymous said...


I did some part-time sleuthing and came up with this:

"At least two names on a passenger list released by Beijing police appeared to have been redacted, with the names pixillated out, leading to online speculation that they could have been ethnic Uighurs, a Muslim people from the restive far western Chinese region of Xinjiang. The government has not confirmed this, and it was not possible to reach Beijing police for comment."

Read more at:

It may not matter much but the number 2 caught my attention because that was the same tally reported everywhere with regard to passports:

So you put two and two (no pun intended) and come to your conclusions. and Uighurs can be very Caucasian to the untrained eye. prayers are with all those good folks abroad. And I sure hope AJ resigns and takes his AA links elsewhere.

Goodnight Malaysia

Warrior 231

eri said...

why our nation flag not flown half mast, please apa hal PMO but kerja glamer je ke...

Think b4 talking said...


Are.they confirmed dead to fly flag half mast?


Mat Kajang said...

Based on his Twitter account at he is a follower of PKR & DAP leaders.
I hope this is not a case of a pilot committing suicide.
Pray for him and all passengers of MH370.

umar said...

they should stop serving liquor in MAS planes, you can't be praying in a liquor parlour .

eri said...

Dear Bodos,

'Half-mast is the common international English term[1] to describe the practice of flying of a flag below the summit of the flagpole (mast). In many countries this is seen as a symbol of respect, mourning, or distress'.

And for your info 'bodos' up to the PMO descretion when to fly the JALUR GEMILANG HALF MAST...

Anonymous said...

Flying the flag at half-staff is not necessarily due to mourning.

It can also be due to the country is in distress or as a sign of respect.

- Azlan.

Anonymous said...

Bro don't talk stupid as if your butt are the one who do the talking