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Monday, March 12, 2007

defence of women bloggers, malaysia minister done it again

" This is the latest tv interview on 15 March 2007 by Tengku Adnan. He still denies
Sin Chew Jit Poh report regarding his remarks on women bloggers. I think he has
not handled Nila's complaints well, just look at his body language and the tone of voice
(is this the kind of minister that we want?) I don't think the issue has been resolved . . .
Read Rocky's first account here or watch the video on malaysiakini.tv "

I've got news about our malaysia's tourism minister Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor who refused to respond on accusations that he had insulted women by reportedly saying that Internet bloggers are liars, and many are jobless women...the internet are buzzing right now.

He said last week and reported by Sin Chew Jit Poh chinese language newspaper, Elizabeth Wong posted translation here. "All bloggers are liars, they cheat people using all kinds of methods. From my understanding, out of 10,000 unemployed bloggers, 8,000 are women." The minister reportedly made the comments in response to questions by reporters about criticisms of Malaysian tourism authorities contained in an Indonesian broadcast journalist Nila Tanzil.

The report sparked a storm of criticism among Malaysian sisters bloggers, including Marina Mahathir, who called Tengku Adnan's reported remarks an "unbelievable bit of foot-stomping" by "a supposedly sober person in high office." Susan Loone said in an open letter to Tengku Adnan that his reported comments were "highly demeaning" and seemed to reflect the ideas of a "woman hater." More from Susan Loone. Also read Kak Teh's Choc-a-Blog Blog. I hope Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor clear-up this matter and apologizes.

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on the 3/15/2007 09:27:00 PM, Anonymous khosnie aab said...

Interesting, in Iran-we arrests any blogger who criticizes the state in their blogs. we need the world to understand what is happening in Iran.
salaam brother

 
on the 3/21/2007 12:55:00 PM, Blogger QueenB said...

I'm really impressed with your creative works. Keep it up!

 

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