Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Panglima TUDM Nafi Sahkan Kesan MH370 Di Pulau Perak


Panglima Tentera Udara, Jeneral Tan Sri Rodzali Daud menafikan membuat pengesahan bahawa pangkalan udara Tentera Di-Raja Malaysia di Butterworth mengesan pesawat MH370 berada dekat kawasan Pulau Perak di Selat Melaka pada pukul 2.40 pagi Sabtu lepas sebelum isyaratnya hilang tanpa sebarang petunjuk.

Kata beliau, laporan akhbar Berita Harian pada Selasa yang memetik kenyataannya itu telah tersalah lapor.

"Saya minta laporan itu dibetulkan bagi mengelak sebarang salah tafsir yang seterusnya tentang apa yang jelas tidak tepat dan salah lapor," katanya dalam satu kenyataan yang dikeluarkan lewat malam tadi.

Berita Harian melaporkan Rodzali berkata pada malam kejadian, pangkalan udara di Butterworth mengesan isyarat kedudukan pesawat berkenaan yang berpatah balik menghala ke laluan asalnya ke Kota Bharu, Kelantan sebelum dipercayai melalui ruang udara Pantai Timur dan Utara tanah air.

Menurut Rodzali beliau telah diminta mengesahkan kejadian itu oleh wartawan Berita Harian tetapi beliau tidak menjawab soalan tersebut.

"Sebaliknya apa yang saya katakan kepada wartawan itu ialah 'sila rujuk kepada kenyataan yang saya buat pada 9 Mac 2014 semasa sidang media bersama Ketua Angkatan Tentera di Sama-sama Hotel, Lapangan Terbang Antarabangsa Kuala Lumpur," katanya.

Pada sidang media itu, Rodzali berkata:

"TUDM tidak menolak kemungkinan pesawat berpatah balik ke arah bertentangan sebelum pesawat itu hilang daripada radar dan ini menyebabkan operasi mencari dan menyelamat diperluaskan ke kawasan perairan Pulau Pinang."


3 comments:

  1. DAJAL betullah si DALANG-DUA-MUKA plg. MERBAHAYA, iaitu CIA (yg. sebenarnya diKUASAI Barat-ZIONIS/ISRAEL) – begitu galak MENUDUH juruterbang Islam/Melayu kita kononnya mungkin bunuh diri! Kem. Luar patut BANTAH tuduhan si KAPIR DAJAL ni – lihat di http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2578020/Why-cellphones-missing-Malaysian-Airlines-passengers-ringing-Family-members-claim-loved-ones-smartphones-active.html:

    Did pilot commit SUICIDE? CIA boss says it is one theory agency is looking at as Malaysian police say they are carrying out psychological profiles of everyone on plane

    By James Nye and Amanda Williams and Richard Shears

    11 March 2014

    Authorities are investigating the possibility that the pilot of the missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH 370 committed suicide, the director of the CIA has revealed.
    John Brennan, head of the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), said: 'I think you cannot discount any theory', when asked if it was possible the pilot deliberately crashed the Boeing 777………

    Tapi TAK pula si DAJAL CIA ni nak tuduh bekas tentera dr. New Zealand ni, yg. berikan cincin kahwin dan jam tangan pd. isterinya sebelum penerbangan – saya syak dia direkrut jadi ejen CIA-Mossad setelah rumahnya musnah dlm. kejadian gempabumi di Christchurch; dan mungkin dia sempat parachute keluar dari MAS tersebut, selepas menjlnkan misinya (disyaki misi DAJAL bagi bagi pihak CIA-Mossad). Sebab gaya dia seolah nak bunuh diri atau mulakan hidup dgn. ID baru – kan ejen CIA-Mossad (barat-Zionis) boleh buat apa saja! Lihat di
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2578358/Husband-gave-wedding-ring-watch-wife-boarding-missing-flight-MH370-case-happen-him.html:

    Agony of the wife whose husband gave her his wedding ring and watch before boarding missing flight MH370 'in case something should happen to him'

    • Paul Weeks was on the missing flight as he made his way to new job
    • Before leaving he had taken 'lots of photos' of his family, his wife has said
    • She said he left her his wedding ring and watch in case something happened
    • She has said she 'can't give up hope... I would love him to walk through that door'

    By James Rush

    11 March 2014

    Mechanical engineer Paul Weeks, 39, of Perth, Australia, was on the flight as he made his way to his first shift in a fly-in fly-out job.

    His wife Danica has revealed how he left the objects with her to give to their two boys if something was to happen to him……

    She told 9News National in Perth: '(He said) "If something should happen to me then the wedding ring should go to the first son that gets married and then the watch to the second".'

    The former soldier, who was born in New Zealand, moved his young family to Perth after their home in Christchurch was devastated by earthquakes…..

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  2. Ini satu lagi berita yg. harus diTELITI! Saya syaki ini salah satu sebab utama penerbangan MAS ini disasarkan kerana kehadiran sekaligus, 12 jurutera/pakar dari Malaysia dan 8 dr. China, yg. sgt. penting dlm industri microchip, dr. syarikat Freescale Semiconductor, dlm penerbangan tersebut! Disyaki Mossad-CIA tidak akan berdiam diri dgn. pakar Bukan Barat terutamanya yg. Islam dan dr. China dlm industri ini (lihatlah bagaimana Mossad telah membunuh ramai saintis nuklear Islam dr. Iran - di http://www.businessinsider.com/mossad-in-iranian-scientist-murders-2011-8, Mossad Suspected In Murder Of Iranian Nuclear Scientists, Vincent Trivett, Aug. 5, 2011).

    Lihat di http://www.thestar.com.my/Business/Business-News/2014/03/10/Loss-Of-Employees-On-Malaysia-Flight-A-Blow-US-Chipmaker-Says/:

    Loss of employees on MAS flight a blow, US chipmaker says

    March 10, 2014

    SAN FRANCISCO: Employees of Freescale Semiconductor who were on a Malaysia Airlines flight presumed to have crashed were doing sophisticated work at the U.S. chipmaker, a company spokesman said on Sunday.

    The 20 Freescale employees, among 239 people on flight MH370, were mostly engineers and other experts working to make the company's chip facilities in Tianjin, China, and Kuala Lumpur more efficient, said Mitch Haws, vice president, global communications and investor relations.

    "These were people with a lot of experience and technical background and they were very important people," Haws said. "It's definitely a loss for the company."

    None of Austin, Texas-based Freescale's most senior executives were on board the Boeing Co 777-200ER airliner that vanished from radar screens about an hour after it took off from Kuala Lumpur for Beijing on Saturday.

    The employees who were on board, 12 from Malaysia and eight from China, came from a range of disciplines and they were part of a broad push by Chief Executive Officer Gregg Lowe to make Freescale more efficient and cost effective, Haws said.

    Top-quality engineers are hard to come by for chipmakers and other technology companies, and losing them can have a major impact on business, regardless of their seniority.

    While the employees on the flight account for less than 1 percent of Freescale's global workforce of 16,800 people, they were working toward the same goals and their loss will reverberate throughout Freescale, Haws said.

    They had been streamlining facilities in Tianjin and Kuala Lumpur that Freescale uses for testing and packaging microchips used in automobiles, consumer products, telecommunications infrastructure and industrial equipment.

    On Sunday, Freescale was organizing transportation and accommodation for the 20 staff members' families, as well as providing grief counseling, Haws said.

    One of the chipmaker's long-time competitors, Texas Instruments, tweeted on Saturday: "We extend our condolences to the families and coworkers of the @Freescale employees aboard Malaysia Airlines flight MH370."- Reuters

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