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[Tempatan] Lelaki berjiwa wanita dah boleh berpakaian wanita tanpa sekatan?

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Post time 7-11-2014 07:16 PM | Show all posts |Read mode
Wow.... rayuan tiga lelaki yang dilahirkan lelaki tetapi naluri sebagai perempuan  yang di tangkap 4 tahun dahulu kerana berpakaian wanita - memenangi tuntutan membatalkan undang-undang anti cross-dressing.
Tiga hakim panel mahkamah rayuan memutuskan bahawa peruntukan negara yang melarang orang-orang Islam dari berpakaian sebagai wanita tidak mengikut perlembagaan, berkata ia "menafikan para pemohon hak untuk hidup dengan aman".


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Three Malaysian transgender women on Friday won their landmark bid to overturn an Islamic anti cross-dressing law in the conservative Muslim-majority nation.

A three-judge appeals court panel ruled that a state provision that bars Muslim men from dressing as women was unconstitutional, saying it "deprives the appellants of the right to live with dignity"."It has the effect of denying the appellants and other sufferers of GID (gender identify disorder) to move freely in public places...

This is degrading, oppressive and inhuman," judge Hishamudin Yunus said.The verdict overturns a 2012 lower court ruling, which had dismissed the challenge by the three appellants -- Muslims who were born male but identify as women -- over their arrest four years ago under the law in southern Negri Sembilan state.Malaysia has a double track court system with state Islamic laws governing civil matters for Muslims, who account for 60 percent of the country's 30 million people.

Under state Islamic laws, men dressing or acting as women is punishable by up to three years in jail. Some Malaysian states also outlaw cross-dressing by women.Aston Paiva, the plaintiffs' lawyer, said the ruling could be used to challenge any arrest of transgender people throughout Malaysia."It's quite historic... This will be a precedent...



This court binds all other high courts," Paiva said.A Negri Sembilan state legal advisor declined comment on whether his side would seek to appeal the verdict to a higher court."I am happy we won the case. I feel more relaxed now," one of the plaintiffs told AFP by phone. "I have waited for this."She and the other two plaintiffs have shied away from any public appearances and were not in court.-

Systematic repression -The case is the first attempt to overturn the prohibition on cross-dressing in the Southeast Asian nation, where homosexuality and transgender lifestyles remain taboo, and questioning Islamic laws is sensitive.Human Rights Watch in September called on the government to repeal all laws that criminalise transgender lifestyles after the US-based group found that they face systematic and constant repression, harassment, mistreatment, social ostracism and "risk arrest every day".Human Rights Watch said in a report that transgender people in Malaysia face worsening persecution due to the steady rise of conservative Islamic attitudes.

The abuses include arrest, physical and sexual assault and extortion by authorities, shaming by forcing transgender women to strip in public, and barriers to healthcare, employment and education.Authorities face no accountability in their treatment of transgender people, the report added.Nisha Ayub, a transgender activist, said Friday's ruling was a "critical moment" for her community."The fight will still be there... (but) at least now the trans community know that they have their rights to challenge the law," she said. "It will encourage them to come out rather than being oppressed."Activists and transgender people say that in the past attitudes were fairly tolerant in the historically moderate Muslim country.

But religious minorities and other critics have increasingly expressed fears about the spread of conservative Islamic attitudes.Some Malaysian transgender people undergo sex-change surgery. But even then, they are unable to legally change their names and genders -- Muslims and non-Muslims alike -- complicating access to public services.Deprived of jobs, many are pushed into sex work.
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 Author| Post time 7-11-2014 07:32 PM | Show all posts
Mahkamah Rayuan Putrajaya hari ini memutuskan bahawa Seksyen 66 Enakmen Jenayah Syariah (Negeri Sembilan) 1992 yang memperuntukkan hukuman ke atas lelaki Islam berpakaian wanita bercanggah dengan perlembagaan.

Hakim Datuk Mohd Hishamudin Mohd Yunus menyampaikan keputusan yang mengisytiharkan Seksyen 66 sebagai terbatal.

Keputusan berkenaan secara tidak langsung mengiktiraf hak golongan transgender yang mengalami disforia gender dan berpakaian serta berkelakuan seperti wanita.

Keputusan berkenaan disambut dengan gembira oleh para penyokong dan kumpulan transgender yang hadir di mahkamah hari ini.

Kes berkenaan difailkan oleh Muhamad Juzaili Mohamad Khamis, 26, Syukor Jani,  28, dan Wan Fairol Wan Ismail, 30, pada 2 Februari 2012, untuk mencabar kesahakan peruntukan terbabit.

Mengikut Seksyen 66, mereka boleh dihukum penjara maksimum enam bulan penjara dan didenda RM1,000 oleh Mahkamah Syariah.

Mereka menamakan kerajaan negeri Negeri Sembilan, pengarah jabatan agama Islam negeri, pengarah penguatkuasa syariah dan ketua pendakwaan sebagai responden.

Mereka turut memohon perintah mahkamah untuk menghalang penahan dan pendakwaan ke atas mereka.

Makhamah Tinggi Seremban yang menolak permohonan tiga individu berkenaan memutuskan bahawa agar hak tersebut diketepikan kerana mereka dilahirkan sebagai lelaki Islam dan perlu mengikut undang-undang dan ajaran agama.

Panel tiga orang hakim Mahkamah Rayuan hari ini turut dianggotai Hakim Datuk Aziah Ali dan Hakim Datuk Lim Yee Lan. 

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Post time 7-11-2014 07:42 PM | Show all posts
thread dah ada rasanya
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Post time 7-11-2014 10:55 PM | Show all posts
mak_wa95 posted on 7-11-2014 07:42 PM
thread dah ada rasanya

Macam mana pun, baca isi ini saya terus teringatkan seseorang.
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Post time 7-11-2014 11:31 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
Makin birah meriah la encik2 sotong2 berdrag bagai pasni..
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Post time 7-11-2014 11:49 PM | Show all posts
spiderman80 posted on 7-11-2014 10:55 PM
Macam mana pun, baca isi ini saya terus teringatkan seseorang.

sapa?....

curios nak tau
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Post time 7-11-2014 11:54 PM | Show all posts
mak_wa95 posted on 7-11-2014 11:49 PM
sapa?....

curios nak tau

Seganlah...nanti dia nampak dia malu-malu kucing.
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Post time 7-11-2014 11:56 PM | Show all posts
spiderman80 posted on 7-11-2014 11:54 PM
Seganlah...nanti dia nampak dia malu-malu kucing.

jangan dok kata botakchingpeng pula sudah..
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Post time 7-11-2014 11:59 PM | Show all posts
mak_wa95 posted on 7-11-2014 11:56 PM
jangan dok kata botakchingpeng pula sudah..

Haah.... memang Puan @BotakChinPeng pun. Pandainya awak.
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Post time 8-11-2014 12:03 AM | Show all posts
spiderman80 posted on 7-11-2014 11:59 PM
Haah.... memang Puan @BotakChinPeng pun. Pandainya awak.

aduiii la awak ni...

tapi sehari dua ni xnampak pula dia online..

awak sorok dia kat mana...



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Post time 8-11-2014 12:10 AM | Show all posts
mak_wa95 posted on 8-11-2014 12:03 AM
aduiii la awak ni...

tapi sehari dua ni xnampak pula dia online..

Dia ni har.... sedang terlantar atas katil wad persalinan kat Hospital Prince Court. Puan Botakchinpeng dah selamat melahirkan anak-anak labah-labah kami. Kesemuanya ada 198 ekor.
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Post time 8-11-2014 12:15 AM | Show all posts
spiderman80 posted on 8-11-2014 12:10 AM
Dia ni har.... sedang terlantar atas katil wad persalinan kat Hospital Prince Court. Puan Botakchi ...

aduiii  sian dia tengah menanggung sakit...

kenapa xcukupkan sampai 200 ekor..



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Post time 8-11-2014 12:16 AM | Show all posts
mak_wa95 posted on 8-11-2014 12:15 AM
aduiii  sian dia tengah menanggung sakit...

kenapa xcukupkan sampai 200 ekor..

Balance 2 ekor tu masih dalam perut Puan Botakchinpeng. Esok doktor akan bedah keluar.
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Post time 8-11-2014 12:21 AM | Show all posts
spiderman80 posted on 8-11-2014 12:16 AM
Balance 2 ekor tu masih dalam perut Puan Botakchinpeng. Esok doktor akan bedah keluar.

oh siannya...lagi bertambah sakit la beliau..




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Post time 8-11-2014 12:33 AM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
spiderman80 posted on 8-11-2014 12:10 AM
Dia ni har.... sedang terlantar atas katil wad persalinan kat Hospital Prince Court. Puan Botakchi ...

ewwww

meremang tengkuk
terbayang okehhh
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Post time 8-11-2014 04:00 AM | Show all posts
spiderman80 posted on 7-11-2014 10:55 PM
Macam mana pun, baca isi ini saya terus teringatkan seseorang.

teringat kat puan @BotakChinPeng ?????
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 Author| Post time 8-11-2014 07:45 AM | Show all posts
Seronoklah geng2 pondan semalaysia...bertambah gedik
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Post time 8-11-2014 08:10 AM | Show all posts
mrsLucky posted on 8-11-2014 07:45 AM
Seronoklah geng2 pondan semalaysia...bertambah gedik

hat muda comei ok lagi...

yang muka xsiap n tua...aduh...tersiksa mata





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 Author| Post time 8-11-2014 08:26 AM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
mak_wa95 posted on 8-11-2014 08:10 AM
hat muda comei ok lagi...

yang muka xsiap n tua...aduh...tersiksa mata

Expecially make up artis....I sometimes annoyed dengan kegedikan diorang..mengalahkan pompuan...tapi ada yang cool..
Anyway after this polis dah tak boleh tangkap golongan mak nyahkan?
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Post time 8-11-2014 08:38 AM | Show all posts
Fearing domino effect of court decision on transgenders, ISMA says MAINS must appeal

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 7 — Muslim group Ikatan Muslimin Malaysia (ISMA) urged the Negri Sembilan Islamic religious council (MAINS) to immediately file an appeal against an appellate court’s decision today to declare a Shariah law banning cross-dressing as unconstitutional.

Muhammad Luttfi Abdul Khalid, who chairs the group’s law unit iPeguam, said the appeal is necessary as today’s court decision will likely be used as a precedent in all similar legal challenges in the future by the country’s community of Muslim transgenders.

“This decision will also be used as a reference point by other states and the Federal Territory should a similar case crop up.

“This is because the state Islamic religious authorities have no choice but to bound by the Court of Appeal’s ruling,” he said on ISMA’s website.

Earlier this morning, the Court of Appeal declared as unconstitutional Section 66 of the Negri Sembilan Shariah Criminal Enactment 1992, which outlaws any Muslim man who “wears a woman attire and poses as a woman” and stipulates a punishment of a fine not exceeding RM1,000 or jail of not more than six months or both upon conviction of such an offence.

The court’s three-man bench, led by Justice Datuk Hishamudin Mohd Yunus, ruled that the Shariah law contravened constitutional provisions that guarantee personal liberty, equality, freedom of movement, and freedom of expression.

It also said the law was discriminatory as it fails to recognise men diagnosed with the Gender Identity Disorder (GID), or transgenderism.

Besides Negri Sembilan’s Section 66, other states’ Shariah criminal enactments also have provisions that give religious authorities the right to prosecute the trans community for “cross-dressing”, with fines ranging from RM1,000 to RM5,000, and imprisonment from six months to three years.

After the landmark victory, rights group Justice for Sisters (JFS) said the transgender community should now feel empowered and realise that their rights are being tread upon.

The group also urged transgenders all over Malaysia to challenge all Shariah laws outlawing cross-dressing in each state.

“I’d say this is a historical moment for the transgender community not just in Seremban, but throughout Malaysia. It’s a landmark case.

“Hopefully we can use this case as a landmark case to challenge in other states too,” JFS’ activist Nisha Ayub told reporters outside the court here.

Muslim-majority Malaysia continues to reject the perceived rise in queer activities, which it deems to be an assault against Islam together with growing calls for greater civil liberties.

Transgender activists estimated that there are around 60,000 Malaysian who identify as transgenders, with Malays making up 70 per cent of them.

“Transwomen” or “transgender” are terms used to refer to those who were born male but associate themselves with the female identity, and has nothing to do with sexual preferences.
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