Umno leader detained after smashing beer bottles - The Straits Times

The Straits TimesUmno leader detained after smashing beer bottlesThe Straits TimesKUALA LUMPUR • Deputy Prime Minister and Home Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi has disavowed the controversial move by an Umno divisional leader to smash beer bottles outside the Selangor state secretariat building on Thursday. Police have detained ...and more »

Reds Shirts leader Jamal, 7 others arrested - The Malaysian Insight

The Malaysian InsightReds Shirts leader Jamal, 7 others arrestedThe Malaysian InsightReds Shirts leader Jamal, 7 others arrested Jamal Md Yunos says he was arrested after an Umno division meeting. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, October 6, 2017. RED Shirts leader Jamal Md Yunos and seven other men were arrested early today after his ...and more »

Jamal, seven others held over smashing of beer bottles - The Borneo Post

Jamal, seven others held over smashing of beer bottlesThe Borneo PostSHAH ALAM: The police arrested Red Movement NGO Coalition Malaysia chairman Datuk Seri Jamal Md Yunos and seven other men early yesterday in connection with the smashing of beer bottles in front of the Selangor State Secretariat building here ...and more »

UMNO does not condone Jamal's beer-smashing stunt - Ahmad Zahid - Astro Awani

Astro AwaniUMNO does not condone Jamal's beer-smashing stunt - Ahmad ZahidAstro AwaniKUALA LUMPUR: UMNO does not condone the beer-smashing stunt of the party's Sungai Besar Division chief Datuk Seri Jamal Md Yunos, UMNO vice-president Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said today. "We do not sanction his doing. He is also the ...and more »

Jamal's beer stunt 'barbaric and rude', says Azmin - The Malaysian Insight

The Malaysian InsightJamal's beer stunt 'barbaric and rude', says AzminThe Malaysian InsightJamal's beer stunt 'barbaric and rude', says Azmin Azmin Ali says previous beer festivals were done in good order. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, October 6, 2017. RED Shirts leader Jamal Md Yunos was “barbaric and rude” when he smashed beer bottles ...and more »

Jamal Yunos and gang remanded three days for smashing beers - Malay Mail Online

Malay Mail OnlineJamal Yunos and gang remanded three days for smashing beersMalay Mail OnlineYesterday, Jamal broke 10 boxes containing 100 bottles of beer outside the secretariat's building as a symbol of protest against any attempt to hold a beer festival in the state. — Picture via Facebook/Azlee KlangKUALA LUMPUR, Oct 6 — Malay group Red ...and more »

(Video) Jamal Yunos arrested after beer smashing protest (Updated) - The Sun Daily

The Sun Daily(Video) Jamal Yunos arrested after beer smashing protest (Updated)The Sun DailyCrates of beer which were smashed outside the Selangor state government secretariat building in Shah Alam on Oct 5, 2017. — BBXpress. PrevNext. 12. Crates of beer which were smashed outside the Selangor state government secretariat building in Shah ...and more »

Jamal, seven other men held over smashing of beer bottles - Astro Awani

Astro AwaniJamal, seven other men held over smashing of beer bottlesAstro AwaniFADZIL: Following the incident, a security guard lodged a complaint with the Shah Alam district police headquarters and an investigation will be conducted under Section 143 of the Penal Code. - Filepic. SHAH ALAM: The police arrested Red Movement NGO ...and more »

(Update) Jamal Yunos, 7 others remanded over beer-smashing stunt - New Straits Times Online

New Straits Times Online(Update) Jamal Yunos, 7 others remanded over beer-smashing stuntNew Straits Times OnlineSHAH ALAM: "It is better to be in the lock-up than to get drunk." Those were the words of Datuk Seri Jamal Md Yunos after a magistrate's court today granted a three-day remand order against him to facilitate investigations into the beer smashing stunt ...and more »

Jamal Yunos, 7 others remanded over beer-smashing stunt - New Straits Times Online

New Straits Times OnlineJamal Yunos, 7 others remanded over beer-smashing stuntNew Straits Times OnlineDatuk Seri Jamal Md Yunos and seven of his employees have been remanded for three days to facilitate police investigations into the beer-smashing incident at the Selangor state secretariat (SUK) building yesterday. (pix by FAIZ ANUAR). By DAWN CHAN ...and more »

Jamal: I'd rather do time than see Selangor youths drunk - Free Malaysia Today

Free Malaysia TodayJamal: I'd rather do time than see Selangor youths drunkFree Malaysia TodayJamal Yunos says he cannot bring himself to see youths in Selangor trapped in drunkenness under Azmin Ali's administration. VIDEO INSIDE. jamal-yunos-kena-tangkap-1 SHAH ALAM: Red Shirts leader Jamal Yunos today said he would rather be ...and more »

Jamal remanded for three days over beer-smashing incident - The Star Online

The Star OnlineJamal remanded for three days over beer-smashing incidentThe Star OnlineSHAH ALAM: Red Shirts leader Datuk Seri Jamal Yunos (pic) has been remanded for three days following his beer-smashing antics outside the Selangor state secretariat building. Magistrates P. Sarulatha granted the remand order to the police against Jamal ...and more »

Jamal: I have nothing to fear - Sin Chew Jit Poh

Sin Chew Jit PohJamal: I have nothing to fearSin Chew Jit Poh"I have nothing to fear! I'm only assisting in investigation. Not being charged!" Photo courtesy: Sin Chew Daily. SHAH ALAM, Oct 6 (MySinchew) -- Red Shirts leader Datuk Seri Jamal Md Yunos said he had noting to fear. "I'm only assisting in investigation.and more »

Arrested Jamal Yunos defiant; vows to continue fight for beer fest ban - New Straits Times Online

New Straits Times OnlineArrested Jamal Yunos defiant; vows to continue fight for beer fest banNew Straits Times OnlineSHAH ALAM: Despite being handcuffed as he was led to the magistrate's court here for a remand order, Datuk Seri Jamal Md Yunos remained defiant over his beer-smashing stunt yesterday, vowing to continue to fight any attempt to hold a beer festival in ...and more »

Jamal gives brief media conference before remand - The Star Online

The Star OnlineJamal gives brief media conference before remandThe Star OnlineSHAH ALAM: Red Shirts leader Datuk Seri Jamal Yunos (pic) gave a brief press conference moments before he was brought to court to be remanded on Friday. The Sungai Besar Umno division chief and seven of his supporters, all of whom were handcuffed, ...and more »

Zahid: We don't condone what Jamal did - Free Malaysia Today

Free Malaysia TodayZahid: We don't condone what Jamal didFree Malaysia TodayKUALA LUMPUR: Acting Umno deputy president Ahmad Zahid Hamidi today became the latest to distance himself from Jamal Yunos' beer-smashing stunt, saying the party disagreed with such antics. “We don't condone what he did,” Zahid, who is also ...and more »

Jamal, there are better ways to protest an issue - Malaysiakini

Jamal, there are better ways to protest an issueMalaysiakiniThat was my first reaction upon reading the news about Sungai Besar Umno chief, Jamal Md Yunos who is being investigated by the police over his beer-smashing stunt outside the Selangor State Secretariat (SUK) building yesterday morning. Apparently ...and more »

Malaysia: Right-wing 'Red Shirt' activist arrested for beer-smashing stunt - Asian Correspondent

Asian CorrespondentMalaysia: Right-wing 'Red Shirt' activist arrested for beer-smashing stuntAsian CorrespondentJamal Yunos and supporters smash beer bottles in front of Selangor state secretariat building in protest of beer festivals. October 5, 2017. Source: @KhabirM. 28. Social Buzz. JAMAL YUNOS, leader of Malaysia's right-wing “Red Shirts” movement, was ...and more »

Zahid: Umno doesn't sanction Jamal's actions - The Star Online

The Star OnlineZahid: Umno doesn't sanction Jamal's actionsThe Star OnlineKUALA LUMPUR: Umno does not sanction Datuk Seri Jamal Yunos' beer-smashing stunt, said Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi (pic). "We do not sanction his actions," said the Deputy Prime Minister at a press conference here on Friday. Dr Ahmad Zahid ...and more »

Red Shirts leader Jamal remanded for 3 days over beer-smashing antics in Selangor - The Straits Times

The Straits TimesRed Shirts leader Jamal remanded for 3 days over beer-smashing antics in SelangorThe Straits TimesSHAH ALAM (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Red Shirts leader Datuk Seri Jamal Yunos has been remanded for three days following his beer-smashing antics outside the Selangor state secretariat building. Magistrate P. Sarulatha granted the remand ...and more »