‘Tsunami’ alert: Nik Aziz, Husam Musa rock Putrajaya (Videos)


Nik Aziz and Husam Musa received a tumultous welcome after Friday prayers at Masjid Besi in Putrajaya yesterday, when the crowd realised who was there among them.

Husam, the Pas spiritual leader’s protege, is contesting in the Putrajaya parliamentary seat in a major statement of intent. He was mobbed as he left the mosque, also known as Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Mosque. Located in Precinct 3, opposite the Palace of Justice, it is the second major mosque in Putrajaya after the Putra Mosque.

Many civil servants work and reside in Putrajaya; so the scenes above and below are telling, though some of the crowd may have come from neighbouring towns in Selangor.

This was the scene at the rally in Putrajaya last night. Just as well for Mahathir that he is not contesting in Putrajaya!

In the 2008 general election, Umno and Barisan secretary-general Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor won the Putrajaya parliamentary seat by a 2734-vote majority (voter turnout – 6608), a reduction from his 2004 winning majority of 3546. This time, that majority is almost certain to be whittled down or even overturned.

Are we seeing a major political tsunami emerging from Putrajaya and sweeping across the rest of the country? From the looks of it, nowhere is safe for the BN anymore.

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M Rajamogan Muniandy

I realy appeal from very minute fraction of Indian in Putrajaya to vote for Husam and let’s BN learn their lesson the hard way. Again worth mentioning it is a very aspiring video. Good job, well done. “Ubah”


I shall pray for Tok Guru and Husam Musa – my hero, to win the PRU13. Anil your video at the Putra Jaya mosque is awesome!

Casey Tan

How can an old, mild mannered, simple religious man be such a catalyst of the coming unstoppable tsunami that is going to hit PutraJaya when an amorous, stronger, younger Najib is unable to command the attention of 1000 Malaysians without dinners, gifts and money????? This is my greatest respect to you Tok Guru. You are a man above all men although you are always below men. You understand TAO when no words can describe it. your movement is as fluid as water that follows the course of nature. You know TAO when no mind can perceive it.


The scene in the 1st Video appears like Muslims doing the ‘Haj’ at Mecca, going around the ‘Kutbah’.
Tok Guru Nik Aziz is the symbol of Islam in Malaysia.
Kelantan is like the ‘Mecca of the east coast of peninsula Malaysia’.
Muslims who cannot afford to perform the ‘Haj’, should make it a point to visit Kelantan, at least once in your life time.



This is also reported on kiniTV:

Phua Kai Lit

The tens of thousands of Malaysians working and living in
Singapore must come back and vote.

YOU can make a big difference !

Come back early so that they will not be able to make it difficult for you
to enter Malaysia on Election Day itself.
Teach them a big lesson for forcing you to seek a living “overseas”
because of semi-apartheid in Malaysia.

Jimmy Pang

last nite BN-controlled TV news said only 20% of the crowd are locals, the rest are imported by PAS to deceive rakyat that many support Pakatan.

Ha ha. What a joke by BN media.
We all know Najib got big crowd in his kampung visits because civil servants are hereded … to create the crowd scene. Civil servants are happy as they do not need to work and are (allegedly) given elaun (allowance) to wave BN flags and the ‘I Love PM’ banner. Ha ha ha!


the WINDS OF CHANGE are blowing everywhere and gaining strength by the day –


The Chinese are overwhelming for CHANGE. For the past weeks I have been very skeptical of the Malay for change and I hope the wind of CHANGE will gain momentum with the Malay within the next few days for without them it will be hard. Lets pray that this wind of change will continue into the Malay heartland especially the rural and Felda areas.

the mythbuster

The Southern Tsunami triggered in Gelang Patah by a win for Lim Kit Siang is sure to have a domino effect. Negeri Sembilan, Selangor, Perak, Penang, Kelantan, Trengganu followed by Kedah and the Federal Territories will not only help Pakatan Rakyat on its march to capture Putrajaya but the possibility of it getting a two-thirds (2/3) majority with the help of the MPs from Sabah and Sarawak cannot be discounted. Sabah and Sarawak need to be saved from the greedy clutches of UMNO/BN. Only a new government at Putrajaya can bring about progress and development to the poor people of… Read more »


agree husam is a good man. deserves our support.

Jackie Chan

Bless you, Anil, for such inspiring postings! Keep it up! Ubah for a better Malaysia!


Unbelievable reception there given to the Tok Guru Nik Aziz.
And this is the latest news ( 27th April ) from Thailand by Bangkok Post.



Masyaallah….may allah protect Husam and give him this victory. Good man.

Sally Chong

OMG !, I din’t know Putrajaya has such fantastic support for the opposition, it being having employees from the gov. departments and ministries. This video gives me hope that change is a reality.


I can’t hold back my tears when I watched this video. God bless you, Malaysia!


Again, I would like to see more reports of what is happening in Kedah, Kelantan, Terengganu..

The news on Malay votes in Johor in not good..At this time, its not enough for PR to take Putrajaya..

Haji Idris


watch out for the david vs goliath 505 between Gooi Hsiao Leung (PKR) vs Chor Chee Heung (MCA Expensive Housing Minister) for Parlimen P09 Alor Setar.

Telok Wanjah Market talk is that Chor knowing the plight of MCA willing to take the bet$ and retire for good.



Wah! Tok Nik rocks! Bila Tok Nik jadi Rock Star? 😯


Thank you Anil Netto for such an uplifting and emotionally charged posting


Look at the 1 malaysia flags around penang towns, what do feel? Why so much? Don’t they have better thing to do with the fund? It is sickening to look at it.


ai yah cseng . those rempits need some pocket money to do drifting at Jelutung Highway. Fix the flags can cari makan lah.


Heard info: Rm30.00 for a Blue flag (printing, broom sticks & installing).
How profitable indeed. 300,000 Blue flags in Penang x Rm30.00 = RM9million!
Now who got that dizzy amount of cash to splurge like the end of the BeeEnd world is coming too soon to pack & leave?




OMG. Look at the sea of people welcoming PAS/PR candidate. Gerakan K are you seeing IT. You better tick it in your list that by the time 505 is here, Putrajaya seat the bastion of UMNO/BN has come and gone.

Ini Kalilah Rakyat Malaysia, Kami UBAH Malaysia for A BETTER MALAYSIA.