steadyaku47

Monday, 6 April 2015

Will there never ever be, can never be, should never be non-Muslim, non-Malay Heroes?

Makam Pahlawan : Hero's Mausoleum.



steaduaku47 comment: 
Persuant to my posting "cakap cakap....the late Tan Sri Dr Jamaluddin Jarjis" flyer1668 sent me the following list of burials at our "Heroes Mausoleum" - and for that I thank him.

If I am not mistaken the location of this Heores Mausoleum is within the grounds of the National Mosque. What happens to Malaysian Heroes who are not Muslims?  Where will they be buried? 

Or has Umno and the powers that be decided that there will never ever, can never and  should never be a non-Muslim, non-Malay Heroes?

Why was not Temenggong Datuk Kanag anak Langkau, SP, PGB, PGBK, PBS (Rt), sole recipient of both the Seri Pahlawan Gagah Perkasa and Pingat Gagah Berani, and the last living recipient of the Seri Pahlawan Gagah Perkasa - no one in the annals of the Malaysian Military History is more decorated than Kanang anak Langkau - why was Kanang anak Langkau not buried in the Heroes Mausoleum?   




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"Burials

Inside the dome

Tun Dr Ismail Abdul Rahman – second Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia (1970-1973) (died 1973)
Tun Abdul Razak Hussein – second Prime Minister of Malaysia (Father of Development) (1970-1976) (died 1976)
Tun Hussein Onn – third Prime Minister of Malaysia (Father of Unity) (1976-1981) (died 1990)
Tun Ghafar Baba – fifth Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia (1986-1993) (died 2006)

Outside the dome

Tan Sri Syed Jaafar Albar – UMNO Secretary-General and Minister of Rural Development (died 1977)
Tun Syed Nasir Ismail – Speaker of the Dewan Rakyat (died 1982)
Tun Sardon Jubir – Minister of Works and Communications and Penang Yang di-Pertua Negeri (died 1985)
Tan Sri Mohamad Noah Omar – Minister of Home Affairs and Speaker of the Dewan Rakyat (died 1991)
Tan Sri Abdul Kadir Yusuf – Minister of Law and the Judiciary, Attorney-General, Solicitor-General (died 1992)
Tan Sri Mohd Khir Johari – Minister of Education (died 2006)
Tun Dr Fatimah Hashim – First woman minister and Welfare Minister (died 2010)
Tun Ghazali Shafie – Home Minister (died 2010)
Tun Omar Ong Yoke Lin – President of the Dewan Negara (died 2010)
General (Rtd) Tun Ibrahim Ismail – Malaysian Armed Forces Chief of Staff (1970-1977) (died 2010)
Toh Puan Norashikin Mohd Seth – widow of Tun Dr Ismail Abdul Rahman, a second Deputy Prime Minister (1970–1973) (died 2010)
Tan Sri Hamzah Abu Samah – Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports, president of Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) and member of International Olympic Committee (IOC) (died 2012)
Tun Suhaila Mohamad Noah – widow of Tun Hussein Onn, the third Prime Minister (1976-1981) (died 2014)
Tan Sri Dr. Ir. Jamaluddin Jarjis – Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation, Malaysian Ambassador to the United States and also Perumahan Rakyat 1Malaysia Berhad (PR1MA) chairman (died 2015)

Notable burials

Ismail Abdul Rahman, a Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia (died on 1973) became the first national leader buried there. On 2010 his widow, Toh Puan Norashikin Mohd Seth (died 2010) was buried outside the mausoleum dome.
Tan Sri Syed Jaafar Albar, a UMNO Secretary-General and Minister of Rural Development (died 1977) become the first national leader buried outside the mausoleum dome.
Tun Dr Fatimah Hashim, the first woman minister and Welfare Minister (died 2010) become the first woman leader buried there.
General Tun Ibrahim Ismail, the Chief of the Malaysian Armed Forces (1970-1977) (died 2010) become the first military person buried there.

This page was last modified on 5 April 2015, at 14:08.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Makam_Pahlawan

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