Saturday, March 2, 2013

8 Perisikan FIlipina Dakwa Anwar Dalang Krisis Pencerobohan Lahad Datu



Petik dari Phillipines Inquiry berikut:

Gov’t intel eyes 3 groups abetting Sulu sultan’s claim

Whether the heirs of the sultanate of Sulu acted on their own to reclaim Sabah or were instigated by an external force to do so, one thing is certain, according to government intelligence sources: It was a business that proved too big for the heirs to handle on their own.

The sources said that the Philippine government’s policy on Sabah is to keep it in the back burner.

But apparently “some people” want to push it forward now. And why now, at this time, is one of the questions government intelligence is looking into.

The sources consistently mentioned three groups that appear to have taken advantage of the decision of the Kirams to pursue their Sabah claim.

“These are groups that wanted to ride on the Kirams’ pursuit with their own interests in mind,” one of the sources said.

Another source added: “There are a lot who can gain from this, not just in the Philippines but in Malaysia as well.”

These “external factors,” as an Inquirer source described the groups, are one small faction that is in it for the money, an anti-Aquino administration group, and the Malaysian political opposition.
“The Kirams planned to pursue their claim as early as last year. But they went to Lahad Datu also on the instigation of these groups,” the intelligence officer said.

The small group supposedly goaded the Kirams to ask Malaysia for a higher rent on Sabah. If Malaysia gives in, this small group would allegedly have a share of the increase.

The anti-administration group simply wants to discredit President Aquino and is using the peace process as a cause of disenchantment for the Kirams.

“All those who do not like P-Noy (the President’s nickname) have joined forces. This is one way to really test how this administration will react (to such an issue). Whatever happens in Malaysia, there will be a backlash on us,” one source said.

“In a way, whoever wants to disrupt the peace process or the gains of President Aquino has already won,” the source added.

The third group is allegedly the Malaysian political opposition, which is gearing up for general elections that may be called before June.

The intelligence officer said that one member of the Malaysian political opposition allied with Anwar Ibrahim was running for a post in Sabah.

“Apparently, this politician was one of those who spoke with the Kirams. He supposedly gave the opposition’s support to the Kirams’ claim to Sabah,” the source said.


November meeting

The source also believed that in their meeting in November last year, the Kirams decided to “reclaim Sabah or at least ask for a compensation for Sabah that is commensurate to the land’s value today, and for the royal family to be given due recognition by Malaysia.”

But it is being Tausug that is keeping Sultan Jamalul Kiram III, his family, and their subjects stubbornly pressing their renewed claim to Sabah, even to the extent of defying President Aquino, one of the Inquirer sources said.

“This is the last stand of Sultan Jamalul. Being Tausug, they already gave their word they would pursue their claim. This is now do or die for them just to keep their word of honor,” the source, a senior military officer, told the Inquirer.

But for another security administrator analyzing the events of the past three weeks, the Kirams appear to be quite edgy of late.

“They are confused. The government is hopeful that we can buy more time, find a diplomatic way out,” the source said, referring to the government’s efforts to help settle the standoff between Malaysian security forces and an armed group led by Jamalul’s brother, Agbimuddin Kiram, in Tanduao village in Lahad Datu town now in its third week.

Kiram unity

The Inquirer’s sources are from the diplomatic and defense establishments. They asked not to be named as they were not authorized to speak to journalists about their analysis of developments in the so-called journey home to Sabah of the Kirams.

The source said the Kirams decided to unite because they felt left out of the peace negotiations between the Aquino administration and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front, which signed a premilinary peace deal last October.

Calling gov’t attention

“The Kirams wanted to get the attention of the Philippine government,” the source said.

“For so many years, the family felt they have been exploited in politics. Sultan Jamalul was goaded to run for senator in 2010 but he lost. Then their letter to President Aquino (in 2010 before he assumed office) got lost,” the source said.

The source said the Kirams and their followers “conceived the details of the plan to go to Lahad Datu” in late January this year.

“In February, a small group of the Kirams’ followers left for Lahad Datu, followed by Raja Muda Agbimuddin,” the source said.

The estimated 70 firearms now in the hands of the group holed up in Tanduao are owned by residents in Lahad Datu, Tausug and Badjao holding Malaysian identification cards, the source said.

Malaysian security forces have encircled Agbimuddin’s group but are holding action, with the grace period for the group to leave having been extended three times and a fourth being requested by the Philippine government.

Malaysians careful

The Inquirer’s military source said the impasse continues because the Malaysians are extra careful in dealing with Agbimmudin’s group.

“They are all Muslims and they know that if there is violence, it would go on forever. There are 800,000 Filipinos in Sabah. It would be a huge problem in Sabah if violence erupts. The Malaysian security forces may end up dealing with guerrillas or a rido,” the source said, using a Muslim term for clan war.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Semoga Allah memberikan kesejahteraan pada pejuang2 Kesultanan Sulu dalam mempertahankan dan mengembalikan hak mereka.

Sabah adalah tetap hak Kesultanan Sulu. Malaysia mengambilnya dpd penjajah British. Asalnya perjanjian diantara penjajah British dgn Kerajaan Sulu, tetapi, penjajah British telah belot dan melanggar perjanjian. Mereka mengenepikan hak Kesultanan Sulu.

Kerajaan Malaysia sebenarnya tahu menganai hal ini. Sewajibnya Malaysia memulangkan pada hak empunyanya iaitu pada Kerajaan Sulu. Dan bukan terus berkeras mengakui Sabah adalh hak Malaysia.

Rujuklah catatan sejarah dan surat perjanjian antara penjajah British & Kesultanan Sulu yg masih di simpan oleh waris Kesultanan di sana. Anda akan tahu cerita sebenar.

Tidakkah kita malu pada Allah kelak kerana memiliki harta yang bukan milik kita sedangkan kita tahu empunyanya?
Tidakkah kita merasa malu pada Nabi kita di akhirat nanti, kerana masih cuba menegakkan benang yang basah sedangkan kita tahu itu sebenarnya bukan hak kita?
Tidak kah kita rasa perjuangan kita sia-sia mempertahankan hak yg bukan milik kita?

Semoga Allah memberikan petunjuk....

Anonymous said...

Lihatlah, setiap kali Najib dan gerombolannya membuat "onar" ada saja rakyat yang menjadi mangsanya.
Kes Altanthuya, 2 orang anggota polis yang menjadi kambing hitam. Mereka yang membuat angkara kes komisyen dlm kes kapal selam, tapi, 2 orang anggota polis yang menjadi mangsa. Begitulah juga kes di Lahat Datu, angkara kerakusan tanah yang dimainkan oleh gerombolan Umno dan tiada penyelessaian oleh Najib, maka 2 orang lagi anggota komando yang menjadi mangsa.

Pemimpin2 senang lenang yang membuat angkara, rakyat pula yang menjadi mangsanya.

APAKAH TIDAK SEDAR LAGI KITA SEMUA???

Anonymous said...

Sikit2 najib dan gerombolan..ANUwar dan gerombolan xde ke?bkn ke dh ada bukti sahih yg mengatakan ANUwar yg lakukan knp perlu tuding jari pd najib?perlu ke tuding jari najib padahal org lain punya angkara wlupun dh beserta dgn bukti?

Anonymous said...

Kerana tanah, pemimpin umno bersengketa.
Akhirnya rakyat bawahan yang menjadi kambing hitam.
Pemimpin yang bersengketa boleh senyum goyang telor di rumah.
MEMANG SIAL.

Anonymous said...

Ni berita dari luarlah apa kaitan dengan Najib pula? Bukannya berita ni boleh di kawal oleh gov malaysia mahupun akhbar pro pr. Diorang selidik dulu bru keluar kat akhbar sana.

Anonymous said...

Anwar pigi sabah kimpin di sana sini dia cakap itu amno korup makan duit rayat rampas tanah urang urang kampung tapi saya tingok dia anwar tiada karaja pun hidup sinang linang ada bas miwah helikopter rumah batu di sana sini amoi dia pun banyak.Panganggur miwah macam dia urang cakap ada duit bilion bilion.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous March 3,2013 at 4.51pm, Saya amat setuju dengan komen sdra tq banyak2.

Anonymous said...

Dunia sekarang ada undang-undang dan seluruh manusia hari ini telah pun mengenali undang-undang dan peraturan..jika kesultanan Sulu masih menganggap bahawa Sabah adalah tetap hak Kesultanan Sulu serta warisnya , mengapakah mereka tidak membuat tuntutan dgn menggunakan saluran yg betul ?..tuntut melalui undang2...mengapa mereka masih bermentaliti belantara dgn mengunakan senjata ...senjata bukan jalan penyelesaian sebaliknya menambahkan lagi kekeruhan.Akhirnya rundingan juga akan mengambil tempat utk mendapatkan penyelesaian .

Tidakkah kita merasa malu pada Allah kerana kita menolak jalan rundingan dalam mencari kata putus terhadap konflik tuntuan ke atas Sabah oleh pewaris sultan Sulu ?

 

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