Social Issues Teens Struggle With Today

Technology Has Changed Or Amplified The Struggles Young People Face 
Here Top 10 Social Issues Related Teens Struggle With Today 

Advances in technology mean today's teens are facing issues that no previous generation has ever seen. While some issues are not exactly new, electronic media has changed or amplified some of the struggles young people face. For instance, teens today struggle more with their interpersonal relationships than any previous generation and a lot of this dysfunction can be linked to overuse of technology.

In fact, the average teen spends over nine hours each day using their electronic devices. Consequently, their social media habits and media consumption are changing the way they communicate, date, learn, sleep, exercise, and more. Here are the top 10 social problems teens struggle with every day life.


1 - Bullying
According to the Department of Health and Human Services, about 20% of teens in the world now experienced bullying in 2018. One reason for this is the rise of social media use by teens, which has made bullying much more public and more pervasive. In fact, cyber bullying has replaced bullying as the common type of harassment that teens experience.

Talk to your teen about bullying regularly. Discuss what she can do when she witnesses bullying and talk about options if she becomes a target. Being proactive is key to helping your child deal with a bully. It's also important to talk to your child about when and how to get help from an adult. Remind them that asking for help is not a sign of weakness, but instead a show of courage. Talking about how someone has humiliated them is never an easy topic.


2 - Sexual Activity
According to Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance Data on the year 2018, 39.5% of high school students reported being sexually active. That means sexual activity had declined slightly over the past decade.

Fortunately, the teen birth rate has declined over the past decade too. Births to teens ages 15 to 19 years old accounted for 5.0% of all births in 2018. The decline in pregnancy doesn't necessarily mean teens are using protection, however. 

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Of the 20 million new sexually transmitted diseases each year, more than half were among young people between the ages of 15 and 24.

Parents may not believe their children are sexually active, however. Talk to your teen about sex, even if you don't think your child is engaging in sexual activity.


3 - Drug Use
In year 2018, about 7% of seniors reported using marijuana daily. Marijuana use exceeds cigarette use is in teens now. In fact, many teens believe marijuana is less harmful now than in years past. This new perception may be due to the changing laws surrounding marijuana.

Meanwhile, other illicit drug use has held steadily at the lowest levels according to a study published by the National Institute on Drug Abuse. For instance, teen use of illicit drugs in 2018 was the lowest since the study began in year 1975.

Make sure you have regular conversations about the dangers of drugs. And don't forget to mention the dangers of prescription drugs. Many teens do not recognize the dangers of taking a friend's prescription or popping a few pills that are not prescribed to them. Unfortunately, teens often underestimate how easy it is to develop an addiction. And they don't understand the risks associated with overdosing. Be sure you are talking about these risks on a consistent basis.


4 - Alcohol Use
As of 2018, alcohol use and being drinking showed a significant decline among teenagers. Despite the decline, 33.0% of high school seniors still report drinking alcohol within the past month.

Talk to teens about the risks of underage drinking. Educate them about the dangers, including the fact that alcohol can take a serious toll on a teenager's developing brain. Also, do not shy away from expressing your disapproval of underage drinking. Saying you don't approve can make a big difference in whether your teen decides to drink.


5 - Depression
According to The National Institute of Mental Health, an estimated 3.2 million adolescents in the world had at least one major depression episode in 2018. That means about 13 percent of teenagers may experience depression before reaching adulthood.

Depression rates grew among adolescents, especially in girls, over the previous decade when about 8% of teens reported being depressed. Some researchers blame technology for the rise in mental health problems. For instance, spending too much time on electronic devices may be preventing young people from engaging in sports or peer activities that help ward off depression. They also experience new conditions like "fear of missing out" or FOMO, which further leads to feelings of loneliness and isolation.

Depressive disorders are treatable, but it's important to seek professional help. If your teen seems withdrawn, experiences a change in his sleep patterns, or starts to perform badly in school, schedule an appointment with your teen's physician or contact a mental health professional. Do not delay getting help for your teen if you notice these symptoms.


6 - Obesity
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 19 % of 12 - to 19 - year - olds were obese in 2018, with Hispanic and black children are more likely to be overweight or obese.

Aside from the fact that overweight children are often targeted by bullies, obese kids also are at a much greater risk of lifelong health problems, such as diabetes, arthritis, cancer, and heart disease. They also may struggle with body image issues or developing eating disorders as unhealthy way of changing their appearance. But parents are not always aware of these issues.

In fact, surveys show parents are bad at recognizing when their kids are overweight. They tend to  underestimate their child's size and the risks associated with being overweight.

Talk to your child's pediatrician about the weight and body mass are appropriate for your teen's height and age and inquire about the steps you can take to ensure your teen is healthy. Then, if your doctor does recommend a healthier eating plan or exercise, find ways to support and empower your teen.


7 - Academic Problems
About 6% of high school students drop out of high school each year in the United States, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. A high school dropout is likely to earn USD200,000 less over his lifetime when compared to a high school graduate, which can have a significant impact on a young person's future.

But, it's no longer just the "troubled teens" who are dropping out of school. Some teens feel so much pressure to get into a good college that they're burning themselves out before they graduate from high school.

Stay involved in your teen's education. Provide support and guidance and be ready to assist your teen if he encounters problems.


8 - Peer Pressure
While peer pressure isn't a new issue, social media brings it to a whole new level. Sexting, for example, is a major cause for concern as many teens do not understand the lifelong consequences that sharing explicit photos can have on their lives. But sharing inappropriate photos are not the only things kids are being pressured into doing. For instance, more and more kids are being pressured into having sex, doing drugs, and even bullying other kids.

To keep your kids from falling victim to peer pressure, give them skills to make healthy choices and to resist peer pressure. Also, talk to teens about what to do if they make a mistake. Sometimes, kids can make poor choices and may be too afraid to seek help. Make sure your kids are not afraid to come to you when the screw up. Demonstrate that you can listen without judging or overreacting and instead find healthy ways for them to make amends and move on.


9 - On - Screen Violence
Teenagers are going to witness some violence media at one time or another. And it's not just TV, Music, and Movies that depict violence. Many of today's violent video games portray gory scenes and disturbing acts of aggression.

Over the past couple of decades, a multitude of studies linked watching violence to a lack of empathy. And studies show the number one factor in determining how kids relate to media is how their parents think and act.

According to Common Sense Media, the more violence parents watch, the more likely they are to think it's OK for their kids to view. Pay attention to your teen's media use. Don't allow teens to watch R-rated movies or to play M-rated video games. It's not healthy for them to consume that material.

Also, talk to your teen about the dangers of being exposed to violent images and monitor your teen's mental state. It's also important to talk about sexual situations and racial stereotypes that your teen might see. Teens need to learn how to identify what is good and what is bad about media. It helps them become a healthier consumer when they can think objectively about what they are seeing online, in the movie theater, or in a video game.


10 - Social Media
Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter can be great ways for teens to connect with one another; but social media can be problematic for several reasons. For instance, social media can expose your teen to cyberbulling, slut shaming, and so much more. And, while there are some benefits to social media, there are a lot of risks as well. Social media can have a negative impact on friendships and is changing the way teens date. It can even impact their mental health.

But, no matter what precautions you take, teens are still likely to be exposed to unsavory people, unhealthy images, and sexual content online. While there are measures being put into place to reduce the risks kids face online, it's important for parents to get involved.

Help your teen learn how to navigate social media in a healthy way. Talk about ways to stay safe online. And most importantly, know what your teen is doing online. Educate yourself about the latest apps, websites, and social media pages teens are using and take steps to keep your teen safe. Your may even want to take steps to limit your teen's screen time. 

@ Jackie San


Empurau Fish - KING OF THE RIVER

Not Many People In Malaysia Have Seen It !

And even for those who have, it might not be from the river!

I have seen Empurau 2 times in Agrofest Sarawak 2019 and also MAHA 2018 in MAEPS, Serdang.

The scrumptious dining treat in question here is a fish, known or famous in Sarawak locally as Empurau.


It seen to have edible scales while its flesh has a delicate taste with a hint of fruit flavour.

Recently, I made another visit to see how Mr Elli was doing with his empurau project amazingly, he has managed to sustain it for about 13 years until now.

Now, he has some 20 active broodfish or parent fish, and 300 and 1,000 big and small fish.

On my second visit, I could only watch the empurau displaying their worth in a tank only.

Dr Elli's customers are mostly Malaysia businessmen, VIPs and VVIPs.


With its brightly coloured scales, majestic look and barbells at the tip of its mouth, the Empurau is also known as King Of The River.

In general, the fish is often considered as one of the most expensive freshwater fish in the world.

According to Dr Elli, the Empurau can grow up to human-size in its natural habitat - which not tried that kind of rearing.

Unlike another priced fish, for example Arowana, which can easily be cultured in earth pond or aquarium, the empurau has proven to be difficult.

Besides that, according to Elli, breeders have problems creating the ideal environment (right temperature and cleanliness) and finding the right food for the fish.

He said in its natural habitat, the Empurau feeds on riverine fruits like ara, dabai, ensurai, engkabang and even kepayang, growing by the riverbanks upstream.

Dr Elli, born and raised in a longhouse at Uma Juman in Upper Batang Balui, Belaga, said Empuraus used to be plentiful in Batang Balui but not so now because of pollution happens in that area.

Presently, he cultures his empuraus in  simulated environment within a cement tank.

He said this method required special emphasis on aeration, filtration, shading or temperature control and disaster control.

Constant water movement in the tank is very important as stagnant water has lower oxygen levels.

The empurau needs sufficient oxygen both on the surface and in the water.

Moving water will enable the oxygen to also reach the lower portion of the tank.

Dr Elli said the tank must also have a filter and moving water from top to bottom to distribute oxygen throughout the tank, adding that increasing water movement would increase oxygenation, and this could be done by installing an additional filter or replacing the existing filter with a higher capacity one.

"Currently, my filter is operating at full capacity, not only providing sufficient oxygen but also cleaning the tank," he said.

Dr Elli pointed out that the fountains in the tank also worked wonders in aerating the water as "anything that moves on the water surface, or through the air, increases oxygenation.

"He stressed that the tank must provide a temperature of between 26 and 28 degrees Celsius, oxygen content of between seven and nice mg/l and cleanliness from pH 6 yo 7.5 (neutral), noting that ammonia poisoning was the thing to prevent or control at all times.

"Water has to be crystal clear.

I circulate rain water in my cement tank.

So my water, pumped from the cement tank, is always clear."


Ups And Downs

His attempts to create the right simulated environment for this empuraus over the past 13 years had not always produced the expected results.

"There were ups and downs.

The major challenge I faced was simulating the right environment for the fish to survive and grow in.

"The setbacks were due to my failing in coming up with the most favourable environment.

But after all the trials and errors, I found the right simulation for the fish to survive and grow fast in a tank," he explained. 

Dr Elli said rearing this expensive and elusive fish could be done on a small scale but with good returns.

He is selling his fresh Empurau at RM 1,000 per kg.

His heaviest cultured Empurau is 7.5 kg so far.

He said based on his personal experience, the bulk of the cost came from electricity bills because the filters had to run around the clock.

He gives his empuraus organic-natural feeds such as shoreamacrophylla or engkabang, rubber seeds, ensurau (dipterocarpusoblongifolius), empurau beans or kacang parang, coconuts and gaharu or agarwood fruits.

Gaharu fruits, he said, also served as a natural detoxifier.

According to him, Empuraus caught in their natural habitats not only have tender but also rich texture flesh, some with even special aroma, depending on what fruits they feed on.

The aroma is obvious, especially if you catch the fish during the engkabang season.

He said the bigger fish weighing above 3 kg normally had firm flesh while smaller or lighter ones having a softer flesh texture.

Based on quality it is believed the price of wild empuraus is determined by the availability of quality catch mainly from the interior.

Wild Empurau are said to be found in Bakun and Kapit area but talks have it that the latter produces the best fish among the two.

There are also entrepreneurs farming the fish in both Peninsular Malaysia and Sarawak because of the price they command but the quality of the flesh is yet to be determined.

It is known that empuraus are highly sought after by anglers and high-end restaurants.

The fish can be the holy grail of aquaculture today as they can fetch from RM 800 to RM 1,200 per kg live weight.

The Empurau is not only the 'King' of the rivers in Sarawak but also streams and rivers in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka, South China, Myanmar, Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Indonesia and Peninsular Malaysia.

It is reported that the fish is a major tourist draw in the mighty rivers of southern India where anglers from around the world pay a small fortune for the thrill or hooking a fish, also known as mahseer, before releasing it back into the river.

Internationally, the Empurau is usually used as majestic ornamental fish because it has magnificent bright-coloured scales, an attractive body, aggressive, yet friendly, characteristics that made it a high demand and collectible ornamental fish.

In some countries, it is believed the Empurau has a different market value not only as an ornamental fish but also as an addictive game fish because it is known have tremendous power to challenge and thrill the sport fishing enthusiast.

In Indonesia, some people believe the Empurau is a live talisman that brings luck and fortune.

Some also believe this magnificent fish can keep its owner from danger by dying itself, and is protector against evil and ill luck.

But if you are one of those people who like to spend time around aquariums and fish tanks, the sight of this swimming 'Fort Knox' gliding gracefully in tanks can be therapeutic and relaxing.


In fact, researchers have reportedly found positive health benefits from watching Empuraus swimming in tanks such as 'noticeable reductions' in blood pressure and heart rate, increasing people's attention span and improving their moods.

@ Jackie San


Syed Saddiq Punca Kekalahan PRK Tg Piai

Ketua Pemuda PPBM Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman dalam kenyataan pertamanya berikutan kekalahan besar PH di Tanjung Piai semalam berkata, 'Kemarahan Rakyat' di situ perlu dijawab dengan tindakan di pihak Pakatan Harapan (Kerajaan).

PETALING JAYA: Pemuda PPBM Terengganu hari ini mempersalahkan ketua nasionalnya Syed Saddiq Abdul Rahman atas kekalahan yang dialami calon Pakatan Harapan (PH) dalam pilihan raya kecil (PRK) Tanjung Piai.

Ketua Pemuda PPBM Terengganu Syaiful Irfan Anang berkata, Syed Saddiq yang juga merupakan ketua Pemuda PH tidak menjalankan tugasnya sebagai pemimpin yang berkesan untuk memobilisasi jentera Pemuda yang "Sangat Lemah" ataupun "Kerja Sambil Lewa".


"Teguran ataupun hukuman perlu diberikan kepada beliau (Syed Saddiq) kerana realitinya pada PRK sebelum ini dan kali ini, PH mengalami kekalahan terbesar dan memalukan," katanya dalam satu kenyataan.

Dalam PRK Tg Piai calon Barisan Nasional (BN) Wee Jeck Seng mengalahkan calon PH, Karmaine Sardini dengan majoriti besar 15,086 undi untuk merampas semula kerusi berkenaan.

Sejujurnya ini kekalahan berterusan Kerajaan Pakatan Harapan disebabkan memberikan tanggungjawab kepada Menteri yang "Sambil Lewa" melakukan tugasan yang diamanahkan, Kata Syaiful Irfan. Beliau turut menolak keras kenyataan bekas timbalan presiden PKR Syed Husin Ali yang sebelum itu menyifatkan kekalahan di Tanjung Piai memperlihatkan kekecewaan rakyat terhadap PH, terutamanya kepimpinan Perdana Menteri Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

Beliau sebaliknya berkata, keputusan pengundi untuk tidak menyokong PH berpunca daripada pelbagai isu yang tidak diselesaikan dengan baik melibatkan menteri belia dan sukan itu, terutamanya berkaitan istana Johor yang berpunca dari Syed Saddiq sendiri.

Katanya, Syed Saddiq perlu menyelesaikan pelbagai isu kontroversi yang dikeluarkan oleh mulut beliau, sekali gus memperkasakan akar umbi dan Pemuda Pakatan Harapan.

"Ketua Pemuda PH perlu bermuhasabah dan segera menyelesaikan pelbagai konflik dan perkasakan akar umbi dan barisan Pemuda PH supaya Pakatan Harapan akan dipercayai, bertambah maju dan berdaya saing," katanya.

Syed Saddiq dalam kenyataan pertama beliau berikutan kekalahan besar PH di Tanjung Piai malam tadi meminta maaf atas kekalahan tersebut, selain berkata "Kemarahan Rakyat" di situ perlu dijawab dengan tindakan di pihak gabungan kerajaan itu.

"Kekalahan ini pahit untuk ditelan. Rakyat sudah bersuara. Suara rakyat, suara keramat.

"Secara ikhlas saya memohon maaf atas kesilapan yang saya lakukan kepada Pemuda atas kelemahan yang saya tunjukkan," katanya yang juga merupakan ahli Parlimen Muar.


@ Jackie San


PRK TG PIAI : Bariasan Nasional Menang Besar, Rakyat Tolak Pimpinan Tun M - PH


Setelah berjaya mencipta hatrik di Cameron Highlands, Rantau dan Semenyih, BN (Barisan Nasional) sekali lagi mencipta kemenangan besar di Pilihan Raya Kecil (PRK) Parlimen Tanjung Piai sekejap tadi dengan menjatuhkan maruah Kerajaan Pakatan Harapan (PH) dan empat calon majoriti undi terendah mereka yang lain. Ianya menunjukkan sokongan padu yang menjatuhkan air muka Kerajaan PH.

Wakil BN, Datuk Seri Dr Wee Jeck Seng memperoleh undi dengan majoriti tertinggi sebanyak 15,086 undi berbanding lima (5) calon yang lain.

Keputusan tersebut menunjukkan bahawa rakyat sudah muak dengan pimpinan buruk Kerajaan PH. 

Keputusan rasmi tersebut diumumkan oleh Pegawai Pengurus Pilihan Raya Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya (SPR) PRK Tanjung Piai, Zulkifly Mohd Tahir di Pusat Penjumlahan Undi Dewan Jubli Intan Sultan Ibrahim, Pontian.


Ini merupakan kemenangan buat kali kedua Barisan Nasional ke atas Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (PPBM) yang mewakili PH, diketuai oleh Pengerusinya yang juga Perdana Menteri Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

Sebelum ini BN merampas kembali kerusi Dewan Undangan Negeri (DUN) Semenyih dari PPBM dengan majoriti 1,914 undi setelah tewas dalam Pilihan Raya Umum Ke-14 (PRU-14) lalu dengan majoriti 8,964 undi.

Karmaine Sardini dari PH-PPBM memperoleh 10,380 jauh ketinggalan undi; Gerakan Wendy Subramaniam hanya dengan 1,707 undi dan Berjasa Datuk Dr Badhrulhisham Abdul Aziz hanya 850 undi. 

Manakala dua calon Bebas iaitu Dr Ang Chuan Lok mendapat 380 undi dan undian terendah iaitu Faridah Aryani Abdul Ghaffar hanyalah 32 undian.


Ketika pengumuman dibuat, Dr Wee turut berada di dalam dewan sambil diiringi pemimpin-pemimpin Barisan Nasional dan rakan-rakan parti termasuk PAS.

Pengumuman kemenangan beliau turut dirai dengan sorakan kegembiraan penyokong dan jentera yang berada di dalam dan luar dewan mahupun yang berada di Bilik Gerakan Utama Barisan Nasional.

Kemenangan BN juga sebagai tanda Muafakat Nasional diterima oleh rakyat bagi menjatuhkan Kerajaan PH khususnya di kawasan Tanjung Piai di mana komposisi kaum antara Melayu dan Cina serta lain-lain di kawasan tersebut tidak jauh berbeza.

Dr Wee merupakan Ketua MCA Bahagian Tanjung Piai yang berpengalaman sebagai Ahli Parlimen di kawasan yang sama sebelum ini pada tahun 2008 hingga 2018 dan sebelumnya sebagai Ahli Dewan Undangan Negeri (ADUN) Pekan Nenas.

Dr Wee juga merupakan graduan Ijazah Doktor Falsafah Pengurusan Awam dari Universiti Utara Malaysia dan pernah menjawat beberapa jawatan dalam kabinet BN.

Seramai 52,986 orang pengundi terlibat proses demokrasi tersebut yang terdiri daripada 52,968 pengundi biasa, 280 pengundi awal dan 8 orang pengundi tidak hadir (luar negara) berdasarkan Daftar Pemilih Suku Tahun Kedua 2019 yang dikemaskini sehingga 23 September.

Hari ini, sebanyak 27 pusat mengundi dibuka bermula pukul 8 pagi dengan 15 saluran disediakan bagi memudahkan proses pengundian dan ditutup pada jam 5.30 petang.

Selasa lalu, 12 November sebanyak 91 peratus daripada 280 pengundi awal menunaikan hak mereka di Bangunan Persatuan Keluarga Polis (Perkep), Ibu Pejabat Polis Daerah Pontian di sini.

PRK Parlimen Tanjung Piai diadakan berikutan penyandangnya Datuk Dr, Md Farid Md Rafik, 42, dari PPBM yang juga Timbalan Menteri di Jabatan Perdana Menteri meninggal dunia di Hospital Pontian akibat serangan jantung pada Sept lalu.

PRK Tanjung Piai adalah PRK kelapan diadakan selepas Pilihan Raya Umum Ke-14 (PRU-14) dengan yang pertama diadakan di DUN Sungai Kandis pada 4 Ogos 2018: Dun Balakong dan DUN Seri Setia (8 September 2018): Parlimen Port Dickson (13 Oktober 2018): DUN Semenyih ( 2 Mac 2019): DUN Rantau (14 April 2019): dan Parlimen Sandakan (11 Mei 2019).

Terima kasih tidak terhingga kepada pengundi dan rakyat Tanjung Piai yang memberikan kepercayaan yang tinggi kepada Barisan Nasional (BN) dan tidak lupa juga kepada semua jentera parti termasuk rakan Muafakat Nasional, PAS dan lain-lain yang bersama-sama membantu menumbangkan Kerajaan Pakatan Harapan lagi sekali. TAHNIAH DIUCAPKAN !!!

@ Jackie San


KM Sarawak Hadiahkan Bonus 2 Bulan gaji Hanya Untuk Anak Jati

Ketua Menteri Abang Johari Openg mengumumkan semua penjawat awam negeri Sarawak akan menerima bonus dua bulan gaji ataupun minimum RM 2,000.00 khas untuk anak Sarawak!

KUCHING: Semua penjawat awam Negeri Sarawak akan menerima bonus 2 bulan gaji ataupun minimum RM 2,000.00 kata Ketua Menteri Sarawak Abang Johari Openg.


Beliau yang juga Menteri Kewangan dan Perancangan Ekonomi Negeri Sarawak berkata bayaran bonus itu akan dibuat penghujung Bulan Disember nanti.

"Kerajaan Negeri Sarawak mengiktiraf sokongan serta sumbangan oleh semua penjawat awam negeri ini di bawah kepimpinan Setiausaha Kerajaan Negeri dalam melaksanakan dasar-dasar kita, program serta projek-projek pembangunan dan juga perkhidmatan awam kepada rakyat dan menjurus kepada Kecermerlangan Pencapaian Diiktiraf Dunia.


"Sukacita saya nyatakan di sini bahawa Perkhidmatan Awam Sarawak amat penting dalam memastikan bahawa projek-projek pembangunan dilaksanakan mengikut tempoh masa yang tepat," katanya semasa bacaan kedua Rang Undang-Undang Perbekalan 2019 di Persidangan Dewan Undangan Negeri Sarawak di sini hari ini.

KM Juga Mengucapkan Tahniah Kepada Semua Penjawat Awam Negeri Sarawak.


@ Jackie San


Isu 'Telur Halal' Keterlaluan - JAKIM

Bahagian Hab Halal, Jabatan Kemajuan Islam Malaysia (JAKIM) menyifatkan berkenaan telur halal yang diviralkan di media sosial baru-baru ini sebagai kerja keterlaluan!

Menerusi satu kenyataan media pada Sabtu, JAKIM berkata tindakan syarikat pengeluar yang meletakkan logo halal pada setiap biji telur juga adalah bercanggah dengan peraturan berkaitan label logo halal.

Kenyataan itu dikeluarkan berikutan tindakan beberapa peniaga yang menjual telur halal di media sosial dengan menuntut ayam-ayam yang digunakan itu tidak terlibat dalam pergaulan bebas dan 'halal'.


JAKIM menjelaskan bahawa Sijil Pengesahan Halal Malaysia yang dikeluarkan terhadap produk telur ayam adalah bagi memastikan proses pembersihan dan pembungkusan tidak melibatkan proses yang meragukan.


JAKIM turut menasihati pengguna agar berhati-hati dalam memilih dan mempercayai isu viral yang disebarkan di media sosial, khususnya sebelum menyebarkan semula.


@ Jackie San









Mandi Manda Percuma !

Mandi Manda di Kolam Percuma

Bertudung Berkupiah Tak Semuanya Bagus - Hina Agama Lain !

"Nampak Sangat Semuanya Bodoh" - Netizen Celar Kebodohan 

Baru-baru ini tular di media sosial terhadap penghinaan agama yang berpunca dari Pencetus Ummah (PU) Amin yang jelas menghina penganut Agama Kristian bersama temannya yang bertudung dalam satu sesi fotografi terlampau.


Menerusi satu posting di media sosial, netizen kecewa dengan sikap sambil lewa beliau yang tidak bermaruah dan bermoral sebagai penganut Agama Islam.

Netizen berpendapat PU Amin cetek agama "Nampak berkupiah dan bertudung alim tetapi kufur segalanya" jelas netizen. Mereka tidak menghormati agama lain dan nampak jelas keburukan mereka.

Netizen turut mempersoalkan - "Mazhab mana pulak bergambar pakai baju pengantin dekat kubur Kristian ni ! Mungkin nak promosi baju, mekap artis atau pakej sebelum kematian mereka, netizen bertanya". Mungkin itulah didikan dari ibubapa mereka kot, netizen berseloroh.

"Jelas Netizen tidak kira agama mana yang dianuti menyifatkan sifat buruk yang ditunjukkan mereka terutama PU Amin, jelas jangan diikuti kerana mereka tidak bermoral, tidak bermaruah serta kufur segalanya". Tiada agama yang mengajar penganutnya menghina agama lain. Hanya mereka bersifat demikian.


Hormatlah agama orang lain, baru orang hormat agama kita !!!

Di ruangan komen posting gambar berbaju kurung yang sedang menikmati kubur sekitar perkuburan Kristian memohon Kementerian berwajib mengambil tindakan tegas kepada PU Amin serta model termasuk mereka yang terlibat.

@ Jackie San

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