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Piracy in Malaysia
khamphoon
post Mar 25 2005, 07:59 PM
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The last prays of the pirate are Japan and Filipine.What about the pretext Malasia.You do a lot of unsavory with the neighbours.Earning a living by rob the ships,coveting Indonesian oil field,Intervening Burmese cosmetic affairs ,subverting Thailand by support The terrorists training base and resident.Recently Malasian goverment quietly handed 4 major terrorist to Thai.They accept that.You must know now Malasian man are considered a lot because their drug trafficing in southern Thai.They was arrested alot recently .That why we must consider them.
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post Mar 26 2005, 01:07 PM
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QUOTE (khamphoon @ Mar 25 2005, 07:59 PM)
,Intervening Burmese cosmetic affairs ,
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WTF ? HAHAHAHAAA
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khamphoon
post Mar 27 2005, 10:14 PM
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Ok stop backbiting us.
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post Mar 28 2005, 05:01 AM
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Alamak.. don't provoke him lah IM! Isy isy...

Take it easy khampoon... we're all friends here.
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Iron Malayan
post Apr 1 2005, 02:46 PM
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QUOTE (khamphoon @ Mar 27 2005, 10:14 PM)
Ok stop backbiting us.
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Who's backbiting?
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post Apr 4 2005, 02:11 PM
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well Austronesians always have been the master of the Seas
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Iron Malayan
post Jun 15 2005, 01:52 PM
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PIRATES JAILED
Seven also to be caned for terrorising fishermen

The pirates — Zubir Hashim, 41, Sutarman Marmin, 40, Mohamed Rojali Bahari, 37, Khairuddin Basir, 40, Arlis Adnan, 49, Arnis Ali, 48, and Jani Usman, 52, — were unrepresented.

Zubir was ordered to be given eight strokes, while Jani was spared the cane because he is over 50 years old.

The pirates faced three charges of attempted robbery, possession of dangerous weapons and entering the country illegally. The magistrate found them guilty of all the charges.


OFF TO JAIL: The accused being led out of Kota Tinggi magistrate court.

For attempted robbery off Persiaran Piah in Pengerang at 5.30pm on April 21, they were each sentenced to four years’ jail and ordered to be given three strokes of the rotan.

For possession of dangerous weapons, including a Rambo knife and five parangs, they were sentenced to eight months’ jail and ordered to be given two strokes of the rotan.

For entering Malaysian waters without valid documents, five were sentenced to 18 months’ jail and ordered to be given two strokes of the rotan.

Zubir and Jani were imposed a penalty of 20 months’ jail and three strokes of the rotan. All sentences begin from the date of their arrest on April 21.
 
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post Jun 16 2005, 01:47 PM
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specifically, what kind of piracy are we talking about???

you mean like bootlegged movies that are burned onto VCD format???

or reproduced computer software?
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post Jun 19 2005, 03:59 PM
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QUOTE (Eclectic Asian @ Jun 16 2005, 01:47 PM)
specifically, what kind of piracy are we talking about???

you mean like bootlegged movies that are burned onto VCD format???

or reproduced computer software?
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post Jun 19 2005, 11:37 PM
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Are they Acehnese?

QUOTE (Iron Malayan @ Jun 15 2005, 01:52 PM)
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PIRATES JAILED
Seven also to be caned for terrorising fishermen

The pirates — Zubir Hashim, 41, Sutarman Marmin, 40, Mohamed Rojali Bahari, 37, Khairuddin Basir, 40, Arlis Adnan, 49, Arnis Ali, 48, and Jani Usman, 52, — were unrepresented.

Zubir was ordered to be given eight strokes, while Jani was spared the cane because he is over 50 years old.

The pirates faced three charges of attempted robbery, possession of dangerous weapons and entering the country illegally. The magistrate found them guilty of all the charges.


OFF TO JAIL: The accused being led out of Kota Tinggi magistrate court.

For attempted robbery off Persiaran Piah in Pengerang at 5.30pm on April 21, they were each sentenced to four years’ jail and ordered to be given three strokes of the rotan.

For possession of dangerous weapons, including a Rambo knife and five parangs, they were sentenced to eight months’ jail and ordered to be given two strokes of the rotan.

For entering Malaysian waters without valid documents, five were sentenced to 18 months’ jail and ordered to be given two strokes of the rotan.

Zubir and Jani were imposed a penalty of 20 months’ jail and three strokes of the rotan. All sentences begin from the date of their arrest on April 21.
 

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post Jun 21 2005, 12:00 PM
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QUOTE (Nusantara @ Jun 19 2005, 11:37 PM)
Are they Acehnese?

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I don't think so but the pirates who tried to hijack another ship last week are tought to be from Aceh.
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Pirates hijack Malaysian tanker


LANGKAWI: A gang of heavily armed pirates, believed to be from Aceh, hijacked a Malaysian tanker off Langkawi here yesterday. 

They surrendered after a 12-hour drama on the high seas.


Marine police personnel checking the pirates for identification and weapons after their surrender aboard the MT Nepline Delima off Langkawi yesterday — Picture by SARJAN TEKNIKAL A. RAMAKRISHNAN APLANAIDU
Their downfall was brought about by a brave 28-year-old sailor who dived into the sea, stole the pirates’ speedboat and returned with five police patrol boats, including a PZ15 gunboat.

The drama began at 4am yesterday when 10 pirates, armed with sub-machine guns and parangs, boarded the MT Nepline Delima north of here and seven nautical miles from Thai waters while most of the crew members were asleep.

The brave seaman, Mohamad Hamid, hid while his colleagues were rounded up. He was nearly caught but managed to dive from the deck to the sea near the pirates’ boat. 

With the speedboat, Mohamad ended up just 500m from the police marine base here at 9am and raised the alarm.

The marine police started a seach about 11am and caught up with the tanker 23 nautical miles from Langkawi at 12.30pm. 

The pirates threatened to blow up the tanker. 

The PZ15 gunboat commander negotiated with them. After more than three hours the pirates were persuaded to surrender peacefully at 3.40pm.
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post Jul 24 2005, 03:37 AM
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post Aug 9 2005, 11:43 AM
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KUALA LUMPUR, July 25 (Bernama) -- The Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN)'s vessel, the KD Kinabalu, Monday came to the rescue of three Malaysian fishing boats which were detained by Indonesia's marine police in Malaysian waters.

Shortly after the boats were detained about 33 nautical miles west of Kuala Selangor at 8.20 am, the chairman of the Hutan Melintang Fishermen's Association in Perak, Kee Keo Poh reported the incident to RMN's Armada Operations Centre (AOC)at RMN's base in Lumut.

The commanding officer of KD Kinabalu, Lieut. Commander Abdul Rahman Mukhri said after receiving orders from the AOC, they contacted Kee at 10.20 am to get the registration details of the boats involved.

An hour later, the warship with the aid of a Fennec aircraft from the 502 Squadron found one of the fishing boats towing an Indonesian marine police boat, he said in a statement released here Monday.

He said at the time of receiving the instructions the KD Kinabalu was patrolling the Melaka Straits.

Abdul Rahman said it took about 90 minutes to intercept the Indonesian patrol boats and getting them to stop to resolve the situation.

He said the patrol boat's chief, Sgt Kasdi (many Indonesians only go by one name) claimed that the Malaysians had been detained near the Aruah islands and that they had been pushed back into Malaysian waters because of strong currents during the towing process.

However, he said after explaining the situation and consulting charts on current movements, Kasdi softened his stance and agreed to release all the fishing vessels together with their goods.

"RMN's success in preventing the fishermen from being detained by the Indonesian authorities peacefully is an indication of RMN's preparedness in responding to any situation and carrying out the responsibility entrusted to it," he added.

-- BERNAMA
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post Oct 11 2005, 11:05 AM
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QUOTE (Iron Malayan @ Aug 9 2005, 11:43 AM)
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KUALA LUMPUR, July 25 (Bernama) -- The Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN)'s vessel, the KD Kinabalu, Monday came to the rescue of three Malaysian fishing boats which were detained by Indonesia's marine police in Malaysian waters.

Shortly after the boats were detained about 33 nautical miles west of Kuala Selangor at 8.20 am, the chairman of the Hutan Melintang Fishermen's Association in Perak, Kee Keo Poh reported the incident to RMN's Armada Operations Centre (AOC)at RMN's base in Lumut.

The commanding officer of KD Kinabalu, Lieut. Commander Abdul Rahman Mukhri said after receiving orders from the AOC, they contacted Kee at 10.20 am to get the registration details of the boats involved.

An hour later, the warship with the aid of a Fennec aircraft from the 502 Squadron found one of the fishing boats towing an Indonesian marine police boat, he said in a statement released here Monday.

He said at the time of receiving the instructions the KD Kinabalu was patrolling the Melaka Straits.

Abdul Rahman said it took about 90 minutes to intercept the Indonesian patrol boats and getting them to stop to resolve the situation.

He said the patrol boat's chief, Sgt Kasdi (many Indonesians only go by one name) claimed that the Malaysians had been detained near the Aruah islands and that they had been pushed back into Malaysian waters because of strong currents during the towing process.

However, he said after explaining the situation and consulting charts on current movements, Kasdi softened his stance and agreed to release all the fishing vessels together with their goods.

"RMN's success in preventing the fishermen from being detained by the Indonesian authorities peacefully is an indication of RMN's preparedness in responding to any situation and carrying out the responsibility entrusted to it," he added.

-- BERNAMA

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indon marine police also into piracy. bloody corrupt.
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post Oct 19 2005, 01:55 AM
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post Oct 19 2005, 03:00 PM
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Those rogue marine police were lucky not to be blown up by the Malaysian navy.
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RM90,000 sought for release of four fishermen

PORT d!ckSON: Four Malaysian fishermen have been detained by Indonesian authorities, who have allegedly demanded RM90,000 for the release of the four and their boat.

Skipper Azim Pit, 50, and his workers Rahim Buyong, 40, Buda Daud, 35, and Ali Boyan 60, were detained on Saturday in the Straits of Malacca.

There is as yet no news of their status but the Malaysian authorities have been informed of the arrests.

According to Port d!ckson Fishermen's Association chairman Abu Bakar Che Mat, family members of the fishermen managed to contact them via their handphones.

He said they had been told by Indonesian authorities to pay RM50,000 for the release of the boat and RM10,000 for the release of each for the fishermen.

Abu Bakar said he believed the four were fishing in international waters and had not encroached into Indonesian territory as claimed.

“Our members have years of experience fishing in the Straits of Malacca, and the boat was also equipped with a global positioning system unit.”

Meanwhile, the marine police said they had alerted the Foreign Ministry. . 
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post Feb 2 2007, 01:30 AM
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QUOTE(Nusantara @ Dec 24 2004, 11:46 AM) [snapback]620172[/snapback]

^There is no proof yet piracy was being conducted by Achehnese.
Acheh problem is not about religion, It is separatist problem. They want to seperate from Indonesia who they think mostly controled by central goverment in java island which make up almost 60% of Indonesian population.

The way they think why Acheh should be incorporated into Indonesia if they never surrender into Dutch.
So this is nothing to do about their religion. They fought off for independency.


I am reading Crossroads, a history of Malaysia and Singapore, and it said that the Bugis were quite adept at piracy on the high seas, due to their ability to move as a political unit wherever they landed in the Riau archipelago and later Johor and surrounds. They were being displaced from the Celebes because of pressure by Dutch colonizers, and they moved as mobile political units throughout Riau and Malaysia, offering their fighting men as mercenaries to anyone who would pay the right price. They created a reputation for piracy that way.

By the 18th entury, there was a well-connected series of Bugis settlements that stretched from the Celebes to the Southern entrance of the Straits of Melaka. A reason for their success was their willingness to work within the local political institutions. For eg in Johor, they operated as powers behind the scenes and maintained the traditional structure of the sultanate and its symbolic position in the eyes of the local inhabitants. ( I wish the Americans would learn from this Bugis strategy in Iraq!!!! )

An eighteenth century Bugis chronicle observed that "The Sultan is to occupy the position of a woman only; he is to be fed when we choose to feed him; but the (Bugis) is to be in the position of a husband; his will is always to prevail."

These pirates!!! haha embarassedlaugh.gif



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post Feb 2 2007, 01:53 AM
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We should make a movie about Pirates og Bugisean embarassedlaugh.gif
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post Feb 2 2007, 06:02 AM
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Yeah... why not? I never know abt Bugis people that well... maybe a movie or telenovela abt their history would be cool! biggrin.gif

Last time, the only thing we knew was Bugis Street in Singapore! Where all the trannies and mat sallehs hang to have a good time... embarassedlaugh.gif
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