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US president to hold talks with Japanese PM on first stop of eight-day tour of Asia taking in South Korea and Malaysia Barack Obama is expected to offer guarded support for Japan in its bitter territorial dispute with China over a group of islands in the East China Sea, as Washington seeks to reassure its Asia-Pacific allies of its commitment to regional security in the face of an increasingly …

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Conspiracy theories: A Russian newspaper has claimed MH370 has been hijacked and flown to AfghanistanReuters

As the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane continues in the southern Indian Ocean, speculation on its whereabouts become increasingly wild.

The aircraft disappeared on 8 March and despite the extensive search effort, no definite wreckage has been recovered.

Flight MH370 went missing with 239 people on board en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.

Malaysian officials believe, based on satellite data, that the plane crashed thousands of kilometres off course, in seas west of the Australian city of Perth.

From an Afghan hijacking to suspicious lyrics in pop songs, theories surrounding the mystery of Malaysia Airlines MH370 have been multiplying.

Pitbull and Shakira’s Get It Started

According to some YouTube commenters, the lyrics in Pitbull and Shakira’s 2012 hit Get It Started are suspiciously close to some of the facts surrounding the Malaysia plane. The lines include: “Now it’s off to Malaysia” and “Two passports, three cities, two countries”.

Conspirators have said the lines are related to the stolen Austrian Italian passports used by two Iranians to board the missing aircraft, while the three cities refer to the Kuala Lumpur, Beijing and Hanoi. The two countries in the song, according to the commenters, refer to Malaysia and Vietnam.

One commenter wrote: “This song is related to the mh370 incident.. OMG!!!”

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Although the Malaysian constitution guarantees freedom of religion, many Malaysians continue to face serious and systemic religious intolerance, observe Aliran and Suaram.

Jais raided the Bible Society of Malaysia Photograph: themalaymailonline.com

Malaysia has a population of 30m people, with 60 per cent of the population practising Islam, 19 per cent Buddhism, 9 per cent Christianity, 6 per cent Hinduism and 5 per cent other faiths and beliefs. Although Malaysia remains a secular state and its constitution guarantees freedom of religion, many Malaysians continue to face serious and systemic religious intolerance and persecution.

Although Muslims may proselytise to non-Muslims, under Article 11(4) of the Malaysian Constitution, proselytisation by those of non-Muslim faiths to Muslims is prohibited. Freedom of religion was one of the key issues discussed during Malaysias second cycle of the Universal Periodic Review, with several states including Austria, Canada, Italy and Poland making critical comments and recommendations. In January 2014, Amnesty International stated It is concerning to see the Malaysian authorities increasingly taking their cue from hard-line religious groups and others seeking to silence those who espouse views that differ from their own agenda.

A court ruling in October 2013 prohibits non-Muslims from using the word Allah to refer to God. The appeals court stated that the term Allah must be exclusive to Islam or it could cause public disorder. According to the Christian Federation of Malaysia, about 60 per cent of the 2.6m Christians in the country use the word Allah to refer to God. In a statement made at the second cycle of Malaysias Universal Periodic Review (UPR) in October, the Malaysian Government stated that the Court ruling was a preventive measure to ensure public safety and to protect public order in Malaysia.

In November 2013, the UN Special Rapporteur, Mr Heiner Bielefeldt, urged the Government of Malaysia to reverse its decision to ban a Catholic publication from using the word Allah to refer to God, warning that the case may have far-reaching implications for religious minorities in the country.

UN Independent Expert on minority issues Ms Rita Izsk stated that, Discrimination on the grounds of religion or belief constitutes a violation of human rights and fundamental freedoms, and in this instance is a breach of the rights of a religious minority to freely practise and express their faith as they have done for generations. Such actions may present an obstacle to friendly and peaceful relations between faith communities.

The UN Special Rapporteur on freedom of expression, Mr Frank La Rue, has also echoed these statements: The Ministry of Home Affairs and the Government of Malaysia should take necessary steps to secure immediately the right to freedom of opinion and expression of Herald The Catholic Weekly and withdraw unconditionally from further litigation on this issue.

On 2 January 2014, officers from the Selangor Islamic Department (Jais) raided the Bible Society of Malaysia (BSM) and seized 321 copies of the Bible in the Malay language and a further 10 bibles in the Iban language because they used the world Allah to refer to God. Jais unlawfully conducted the raid without a warrant and threatened to force their way into the office of BSM if they would not open the door for them. During the raid, the Jais officers also arrested the Bible Societys president, Lee Min Choon, and office manager, Sinclair Wong, for allegedly violating that decree. Both were later released on bail.

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There is a very seductive logic that has been and will be used by opponents of liberty to, every now and then, crackdown on free speech via internet censorship. Recently, a prominent spokesperson said, We are a young country and democracy is still new, the people do not know how to control themselves, how to discipline themselves. To him, average Malaysians must be sheltered from bad speech (and thus, bad ideas), so the Internet must be censored as such. In this vein of thought, to see if this stands, we must proceed thus:

Humans are naturally social. A strongest indicator of this is our unique ability for language, and as social animals, we have only two ways of interacting with others: SPEECH or FORCE. We can either talk someone into something, or we can use physical violence to get what we want. (I cannot think of other ways humans interact, and if someone should prove me wrong on this point, I would renounce my defence of free speech immediately.)

Since FORCE is everywhere undesirable, we must now examine SPEECH. By allowing us to interact with others, Speech expands our store of knowledge and informs us of our lives. It is our verbal ability to interact with those around us that allow us to learn, teach, admonish, correct, etc. We constantly acquire knowledge not only through our senses, but through our speaking with others. We can see this close correlation between knowledge and speech going all the way back to ancient times. For instance, the ancient Greeks used the word Logos to mean either speech or reasoning. But even in our daily language, we have a close interaction of humans in speaking (e.g., to communicate goes back the root word for “to share” in Latin). In this sense, only by speaking can we know, and I say that if humans were isolated individuals without speech, we would be no better than monkeys and gorillas unable to pass on their knowledge to each other and to the next generation.

With this in mind, the question then revolves around, “What if people learn something wrong?” Should government correct their views? Should the well-intentioned authorities have power to correct our faults? I answer a categorical, NO.

No one faults a man for being lazy or stupid. We have no laws that penalize people for being poor or marrying their daughter off to a bad husband. We do not care if a person neglects his studies or choose not to work hard. Whether people choose the wrong path in life or not are disapproved by society, but we don’t punish people for making unwise decision. So why do we do it with wrong speech? What makes exchanging “wrong” ideas so different (and more heinous) than making a wrong decision that has real consequences?

The fact of the matter is that people make mistakes when they are ignorant. It is our free speech that keeps us free from error. When friends tell us not to patronise a bad restaurant, when our parents give us advice regarding our careers, when our spiritual leaders counsel our hearts these are ways in which speech functions to inform our wills so that we can expand our options and make wise decisions. If this works on a personal level, it would be ridiculous to say it does not work on a political level.

I grant that people have some ridiculous ideas. But I have no idea what anyone means by a dangerous idea. Ideas dont harm anyone. A group of protesters can peacefully demonstrate all they want and assemble to chant their slogans (so long as they cause no damage to life or property), but if the media and press are free, counter-opinions would be made, and society would both be much more educated and experienced in making political decisions. It is a curious thing to gain more knowledge about the world by being shut up and alone.

In this same way, speech has an important and fundamental function in getting society out of their infancy and into their adulthood. I grant readily that Malaysia is a young nation, but I cannot grant that because babies might fall, we should never teach them how to walk. What kind of parent would shelter their kids now, only to prepare more peril for him when he grows up? I find this argument too fallacious to even entertain.

As I hinted earlier, humans are social. We correct ourselves through others. We learn from others. Free speech allows us to do all these things, and if people are given to exchange opinion, in this marketplace of ideas, bad, ignoble and “dangerous” ideas may have their ten seconds of fame, but most people are not stupid. I detest the oft used phrase, People are irrational. I always retort, Irrational by whose standard? Yours? I am confident that average citizens can think for themselves, and there is no need to guide their thoughts. They can do it themselves.

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World War 3 Illuminati – Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Conspiracy Theories (HD)
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New radar data suggests that themissing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370may have been hijacked and deliberately flown towards the Andaman Islands. Were sure you have a lot of questions about the Indian-owned islands where the plane may have landed, so HollywoodLife.com has rounded up five key facts aboutthe Andaman Islands.

Investigators have expanded the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 to includea remote, mostly uninhabited, Indian-owned archipelago called the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. At the request of the Malaysian government, the Indian government is conducting a huge search of the waters surrounding the island chain.Lets take a closer look at the islands.

1.The Andaman Islands and the Nicobar Islands form an archipelago located in the Indian Ocean, approximately 850 miles east of the mainland. There 572 islands in the group, but only 37 are inhabited, according to The Washington Post.Nearly 380,000 people live on the island chain, according to Indias 2011 census.

2.In December, 2004, the Andaman Islands and the Nicobar Islandswere devastated by a 9.1-magnitude earthquake and subsequent tsunami that caused the deaths of more than 200,000 people across a dozen countries, according toThe Straits Times.

3. The island chain was once a penal colony. British colonial rulers used to send criminals to the islands then known asKalapani during the 19th century.

4.Marco Polo discovered the islands in the 13th century. He described the natives in his writings, calling them cannibals, according to the Daily Mirror, and referred to one island asAngamanain.

5.Sir Arthur Conan Doylewrote about the Andaman Islands in hisSherlock Holmes novel The Sign of the Four.

New theories are still being posited one full week after Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared between Kuala Lumpur and Beijing on March 8. Was ita hijacking? An act of terrorism? Or did the aircraft, which was carrying 239 passengers, just crash? On March 14, new data was reported that seemed to confirm the last possibility, that Flight 370 plunged into the sea after making awayward turn towards the Indian Ocean.

The newly revealed claim that the Boeing 777 changed its course and began flying towards the Indian Ocean (afterits transponders had been switched off) seems to support the theory that this is a case of hijacking.

Analysts from U.S. Intelligence, the Federal Aviation Administration and the National Transportation Safety Board have tracked satellite data and pings in the Indian Ocean area that they attribute to Flight 370. And without any visual confirmation of the aircraft, there is only one grim conclusion to make: There is probably a significant likelihood that the aircraft is now at the bottom of the Indian Ocean, an official said, according to CNN.

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* Planes and helicopter find no trace of missing flight yet

* Largely uninhabited islands known for dense forest

* Operation ‘like finding a needle in a haystack’ (Adds fire on North Sentinel island)

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PORT BLAIR, India, March 14 (Reuters) – Indian aircraft on Friday combed Andaman and Nicobar, made up of more than 500 mostly uninhabited islands, for signs of a missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner that evidence suggests was last headed towards the heavily forested archipelago.

Popular with tourists and anthropologists alike, the islands form India’s most isolated state. They are best known for dense rainforests, coral reefs and hunter-gatherer tribes who have long resisted contact with outsiders.

The search for lost Flight MH370 has expanded dramatically in the past week but failed to locate the plane or any wreckage, making it one of the most baffling mysteries in aviation history.

Initially focused northeast of Malaysia, search operations took a new turn after Malaysia’s air force chief said military radar had spotted an unidentified aircraft, suspected to be the lost Boeing 777, to the west of Malaysia early on March 8.

On Thursday, two sources told Reuters the unidentified aircraft appeared to be following a commonly used navigational route that would take it over the Andaman and Nicobar islands.

The Indian Navy has deployed two Dornier planes to fly across the island chain, a total area of 720 km (447 miles) by 52 km (32 miles), Indian military spokesman Harmeet Singh said in the state capital, Port Blair. So far the planes, and a helicopter searching the coast, had found nothing.

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