It has already been day 5 and still nobody knew what really happen to flight MH370 en route to Beijing that went missing from radar off the coast of Peninsular Malaysia. As the number of days increases, the number of speculations, predictions and incidents increase too, whether positive or negative.
Press conference apart where contradicting information were released, a shaman took centrestage. He was once very popular because had been engaged to unwind some high profile mysteries and maybe that lead him to be bestowed with an award from the ruler.
His ritual were however became a ridicule to many. Not enough his followup became a troll on social media. The ritual performed by three individuals sitting on a carpet, one rowing, the second and third waving a basket and two coconuts respectively. It brings back the memories of the late Tan Sri P Ramlee’s movie Laksemana Do Re Mi who saved a princess travelling on a flying carpet. This post on Facebook tells the similarity of the activities. The movie was produced in the 80s.
Thats not all. It came out to be more than just the comparison. Social media users are getting creative and this montage on facebook tells it all.
It even influence kids thinking when tested the use of a “bubu” (bubu is a toll to trap fish). He/she answered as to find missing aeroplane.
Whatever happens whether good or bad are all at the will of Allah. It is to remind us who is the Almighty and to him that we must surrender our life and soul. Every faith believe in the afterworld, rite?
At the time when Muslims all over the country are asked to perform the solat hajat (prayer for an intention), the act of the shaman came with practices that is religiously superstitious. He did mention that what he did was symbolic but whatever reason given it is can distort the faith. What is more surprising was that he said he was invited by someone of higher authority. Who is that higher authority?
The presence of the shaman and his rituals is actually a disgrace to Islam and its teaching but it is regretted that his ritual that clearly superstitous is being supported by none other that the Minister in charge of Islamic Affair. Where are all the muftis, religious scholars, NGOS that support the Allah issues when this has to happen and viewed all over the globe.
Only Jabatan Agama Islam Selangor sent their official to KLIA to keep tap on unwelcome rituals. But the harm had been done.
It has been 4 days and there is still very little clue of what really happen to Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 that went missing from radar after being airborne for about 2 hours. The Boeing 777-200 was en route to Beijing and all communication was lost at about 1.30 am somewhere over the South China Sea South of Vietnam.
Search and Rescue (SAR) Teams were deployed from the air and on water participated by many neighbouring countries. Vietnam, Thailand, Philippines, Singapore, Indonesia, USA, China and Australia join force scouring the sea for any clues of the missing aircraft.
Many false clues believe to be parts of the missing aircraft emerged all were verified to be not from MH370.
MH370 landed safely at an airport in China was false
Debris found floating on the sea not from the missing plane
Yellow object believe to be life raft turn out to be something else
Oil spill but then confirmed to be not jet fuel but from ship.
Image of an airplane on Can Do Island off Vietnam posted on Facebook was a Google Image captured on 14th February 2010.
Theories that the aircraft was hijacked became abuzz due to two of the passengers boarded the plane on a stolen passport. It was founf out that the tickets was bought from South China Airlines agent in Thailand from a travel company. MH370 is a code share flight between MAS and South China Airlines.
Hollywood.com wrote : A search is now on for the man known only as Mr. Ali, though authorities believe these odd ticket purchasing circumstances likely signal a refugee scam, rather than a terrorist plot. “It doesn’t matter that the passport is going to be detected upon arrival. All you need is something that will get you on the plane,” security consultant Chris Mathers said. “When they would get to Beijing, the passports would likely not have been checked because they would be in the in-transit area. Then, when they get on the plane to Europe, they flush the passports and declare refugee status in Europe. This happens a lot.”
Today abuzz on social media, traditional electronic media and talk of the town is the news that Flight MH370 bound for Beijing China was missing along the route. The last tracked position was off the coast of Vietnam. The plane has 227 passengers and 12 crews. For the manifest of the passenger listCLICK HERE.
There had been confusing news and postings on the social media especially Facebook flooded with unconfirmed latest status of the plight of the ill-fated Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777-200.
MH370 departed KLIA at 12.35 a.m and was scheduled to land in Beijing at 6.35 a.m. However communication was lost while the plane was crossing the South China Sea towards Vietnam. The jet was being monitored by flight tracking website flightradar24.com which shows the plane’s progress before it vanished.
The last position recorded was at 1.30 a.m Saturday morning.
It has been reported that one of the passenger board the flight with a stolen passport belonging to one, Luigi Maraldi, 37, from Cesena. Read more interesting development HERE.
Watch the graphic showing the moment MH370 went missing over The South Chine Sea HERE.
When all effort had been deployed for Search and Rescue (SAR) and as member of the public who has very limited knowledge about the aviation industry, let us not make misleading comments. Let the specialist do their work and the priority now is WHERE IS MH370?