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Update — I was physically harassed by volunteers from the People’s Republic of China. I was treated so because I disagreed with them. Peaceful dissent was forcefully silenced. These thugs from the PRC brought their un-free culture to Malaysia. I shall write a detailed account later when I am free. In the meantime, Kuala Lumpur for a Free Tibet has the account of the event and some photos of a friend being assaulted by these violent thugs.

3 Responses to “[1624] Of support liberty”

  1. on 22 Apr 2008 at 16:20 CovertOps

    Hafiz!!!! Are you okay? You were all over the papers! Bloody barbaric chinkos. Halfwits. Assholes. Was your friend badly hurt? Where do these Chinak students study/live? Any idea? Were they charged with assault? Any action taken?

    Good job on standing up against oppression and exploitation! I support self-determinism for Tibet! Well done, Hafiz!

  2. on 22 Apr 2008 at 20:10 Goh

    Dude, your name was on the Star today. Not much reporting on the crap you got, though I half expected it, what with all the anti-Western, pro-China letters to the editor everyday…

    I respect what you did. Keep it up!

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