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body ku, hak ku

kalu aku katakan "my sight, my right", aku melihat kamu sangat sakit hati, apa hak aku? takkan nk tutup mata plak. sbb hak aku, suka hati aku nk melihat atau tidak.

"my voice, my right".. bla.. bla..

nanti yg perempuan nk jd laki plak muncul. pastu yg tk nk pakai baju, bogel. my body, my right. puii
 

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hhaha...kadang lawak gak kacau mak nyah ni...ekkekekkeke...
 

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Masa peringkat Mahkamah Rayuan, sebenarnya silap peguam yg wakil Majlis Agama Islam. Dia submit mcm org boddo. Hakim mengamuk time tu sebab dia buat submission mcm gitu. Last2 terpaksa jgk buat keputusan. Sbb tu dkt Mahkamah Persekutuan terus tukar lawyer.
ooo mcm tu ceritanya..
 

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budak2 transgender di atas tu melayu kan...so bila sebut melayu ni...biasanya berketurunan islam la kan...so apkah agama dorang yg di dalam gambar tu ye?islam?kristian?budha?atheis?...dr dlu lg ak tertanya2 apakah agama dorg ni..
masa muda depa berminat jalani kehidupan sebagai athiest.. sebab nak p mengembara d negara sokong lgbt dan aktif dalam forum lgbt serta forum samaratakan hak.. bila dah kena kencing manis darah tinggi(sebab dah berumur) atau kena hiv hepatitis dia masuk muslim balik.. tu belambak kat pusat pemulihan hiv.. rumah kebajikan dan sebagainya..

masa muda bukan main lantang.. :(scam
 

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Zainul Rijal Abu Bakar
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https://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/…/transgender-trio-in-bi…/


Transgender trio in bid to review use of shariah law against cross-dressers
Ho Kit Yen
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March 24, 2020 12:52 PM





PUTRAJAYA: Three transgender people have filed for a review against a 2015 Federal Court ruling that the Negeri Sembilan religious authorities can use shariah law to penalise cross-dressers in the state.
The make-up artists said the decision was inconsistent with the Federal Constitution.

“The Federal Court, in allowing the state government’s appeal, failed to consider the fact that we were given a discharge of our respective charges at the shariah court before the main appeal was heard.


“The state government’s appeal ought to be dismissed on academic grounds,” they said in their affidavit filed for the review.

They also said psychiatrists had confirmed that they suffer from gender identity disorder where they self-identify as women.

The Federal Court on Oct 8, 2015 allowed the Negeri Sembilan government’s appeal on technical grounds. Then-chief justice Raus Sharif said the trio had used the wrong procedure to challenge the state’s shariah law.

That decision meant that Section 66 of the Negeri Sembilan Shariah Criminal Enactment penalising cross-dressers was a valid law.

Under the enactment, those found guilty face a maximum jail term of six months or a maximum fine of RM1,000.

Negeri Sembilan religious affairs officer Mohd Zaidi Ramli in his affidavit said the trio’s bid for review was frivolous.

“The three applicants’ claim that the Federal Court did not consider the fact that the shariah court discharged them from the religious charges in allowing our appeal is irrelevant.

“The court’s decision was based on whether the courts have jurisdiction to hear whether the state government was competent to enact the shariah laws,” he said.

Negeri Sembilan Islamic Religious Council secretary Wan Mud Shardihan W Dahalan also affirmed an affidavit for the state, saying the Federal Court should not entertain the bid for review.
“The court, after delivering the decision on Oct 8, 2015, became functus officio.

“If the review is allowed, it may open the floodgates for other aggrieved parties to change a court’s decision,” he added.

The hearing for the trio to obtain the court’s leave for review, scheduled for today, has been postponed to July 27 due to the government’s movement control order.

Law firm Fahri and Co is appearing for the trio while state legal adviser Mohd Azhar Mohd Yusoff is representing the state government and law firm Azaine and Fakhrul, the Negeri Sembilan Islamic Religious Council.


 

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Zainul Rijal Abu Bakar
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https://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/…/transgender-trio-in-bi…/


Transgender trio in bid to review use of shariah law against cross-dressers
Ho Kit Yen
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March 24, 2020 12:52 PM





PUTRAJAYA: Three transgender people have filed for a review against a 2015 Federal Court ruling that the Negeri Sembilan religious authorities can use shariah law to penalise cross-dressers in the state.
The make-up artists said the decision was inconsistent with the Federal Constitution.

“The Federal Court, in allowing the state government’s appeal, failed to consider the fact that we were given a discharge of our respective charges at the shariah court before the main appeal was heard.


“The state government’s appeal ought to be dismissed on academic grounds,” they said in their affidavit filed for the review.

They also said psychiatrists had confirmed that they suffer from gender identity disorder where they self-identify as women.

The Federal Court on Oct 8, 2015 allowed the Negeri Sembilan government’s appeal on technical grounds. Then-chief justice Raus Sharif said the trio had used the wrong procedure to challenge the state’s shariah law.

That decision meant that Section 66 of the Negeri Sembilan Shariah Criminal Enactment penalising cross-dressers was a valid law.

Under the enactment, those found guilty face a maximum jail term of six months or a maximum fine of RM1,000.

Negeri Sembilan religious affairs officer Mohd Zaidi Ramli in his affidavit said the trio’s bid for review was frivolous.

“The three applicants’ claim that the Federal Court did not consider the fact that the shariah court discharged them from the religious charges in allowing our appeal is irrelevant.

“The court’s decision was based on whether the courts have jurisdiction to hear whether the state government was competent to enact the shariah laws,” he said.

Negeri Sembilan Islamic Religious Council secretary Wan Mud Shardihan W Dahalan also affirmed an affidavit for the state, saying the Federal Court should not entertain the bid for review.
“The court, after delivering the decision on Oct 8, 2015, became functus officio.

“If the review is allowed, it may open the floodgates for other aggrieved parties to change a court’s decision,” he added.

The hearing for the trio to obtain the court’s leave for review, scheduled for today, has been postponed to July 27 due to the government’s movement control order.

Law firm Fahri and Co is appearing for the trio while state legal adviser Mohd Azhar Mohd Yusoff is representing the state government and law firm Azaine and Fakhrul, the Negeri Sembilan Islamic Religious Council.


buh la gambar pondan tiga serangkai tu.
 

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Kena tanya balik menteri agama yg baru ni, depa nak masuk toilet mana? Lelaki/pompuan/oku?
Sesuai guna OKU memandangkan individu tersebut kurang upaya membezakan jantinanya sendiri.
Golongan ini menghidap gender dysphoria. A disorder not a mental illness.

Rawatan yang dicadangkan oleh pihak luar adalah makan hormon, pembedahan tukar jantina, etc.
Seolah2 lagi menggalakkan, lebih melayan kepada perasaan pesakit tersebut.

Hak tukar jantina, hak manusia. Katanyalah~
 
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