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Malaysia and UN Security Council

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Let me take this opportunity to congratulate Malaysia, particularly Wisma Putra, for whatever they have done as a non-permanent member of the United Nations’ Security Council (UNSC) from 2015 to 2016. I am proud that Malaysia, in such position, has been able to create more kinds of success not only for Malaysia itself, but for the rest of the world.
I am sure that Malaysia has been greatly celebrated by the majority of UN Member States and Observer States following the success Malaysia has created in UN, especially at the very last moment Malaysia sits in the UNSC Chamber, in its non-permanent position, where Resolution 2334 – that Malaysia and 3 other Member States have sponsored – is adopted and, hence, Israeli occupation in the Palestinian land ruled illegal.

One Year of the ASEAN Community

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It is already one year since the establishment of the ASEAN Community on 31 December 2015. The establishment was made possible by all 10 Member States of ASEAN through Kuala Lumpur Declaration on the Establishment of the ASEAN Community signed in Kuala Lumpur on 22 November 2015. At this opportunity, I commend Malaysia and the rest of ASEAN for all commitments in making this establishment possible, and in making the ASEAN Community standing for years to come.

Because We Love Thee, Smiling Land!

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"To all members of the University Community, let me leave you with the following words: Stay united in diversity. Regard each of us as brother and sister. Preserve the peace and prosperity that we have created and shared together all this while. Don’t let aliens determining our future. Support the planning and development of our land and our people by all possible ways and means. Make us great again!"
Inauguration Day’s Story

I never realise that 2 February 2015 would be so historic for me. That was the day the City of Kota Kinabalu commemorated the 15th Anniversary of its Incorporation. That was also the day I was admitted to the International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) Mahallah as-Siddiq Representative Committee (MRC as-Siddiq) as the President.
I wished to be the Secretary, on that day, so I could continue my clerical and secretarial practice in this University, but this Mahallah and this University was in favour of my capability in leadership and management based…

Joint Communique

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We are highly glad to meet and greet each other to mark the start of term of our present Mahallah Representative Committees. The main purpose of our meeting is to maintain the relationship of our respective Mahallah and to help each other to succeed further through the sharing of ideas and experiences.