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Minggu ini kecoh dan tular cerita tentang 'anak angkat Mahathir', namanya Mazhar Mahathir. Kecoh dan tular bukan kerana beliau memiliki 200 syarikat yang kesemuanya mendapat kontrak kerajaan hingga kiamat. Kecoh dan tular kerana gambar di dalam facebook milik peribadi beliau memapar 'kehidupan ghairah sesama jantan'.

Ada di antara netizen yang mengatakan Mazhar adalah anak angkat Mahathir yang diambil dari Pakistan sejak lahir bersama seorang lagi adik atau kakaknya. Dan kisah kakak atau adik perempuannya yang dikatakan mempunyai naluri seks sejenis kita tinggalkan sementara. Ada netizen yang menjelaskan bagaimana Mahathir ambil anak Mazhar sebagai anak angkat seperti yang tertera di bawah - versi dari sumber mana aakj tidak ketahui.




Timbul pertanyaan dan Mahathir, bekas perdana menteri Malaysia selama 22 tahun atas tiket UMNO BN perlu perjelaskan dan buktikan bahawa Mazhar adalah anak angkat dari Pakistan dan bukannya anak kandung sendiri. Masyarakat mula bercakap terutama yang sezaman dengan Mahathir di dalam politik negara ini. Benarkan itu anak angkatnya atau anak kandungnya? Mahathir wajib buktikan.

Lanjutan persoalan, kenapa dari Pakistan? Susah sangatkah rakyat di sana berbanding dengan Bosnia yang ketika itu Mahathir adalah popular dengan kelantangan suaranya memperjuangkan Bosnia bersama jemaah menteri UMNO BN yang lain. Kenapa tidak ambil sahaja anak angkat dari Bosnia?

Ada juga pertanyaan nakal. Betul ke muka tu dari Pakistan atau dari Kerala India atau dari 'Pakistan Malaysia' dan ceritanya sengaja mengatakan Mazhar dari Pakistan? Mahathir ke sana atau ada yang bawa Mazhar dan adik atau kakaknya itu ke Malaysia?

Lihat wajah anak-anak kandung Mahathir yang kaya raya malah antara terkaya di Asia, ada iras muka atau wajah mereka dengan Mazhar, si anak angkat tersebut. Malah wajah cucu Mahathir yang perempuan, anak kepada bekas menteri besar Kedah yang dipecat juga dilihat mempunyai iras wajah yang sama. Bagaimana anak angkat boleh hampir sama saja mukanya dengan anak atau cucu kandung Mahathir? Atau sememangnya Mahathir memilih anak angkat bersyarat muka yang sama?


Mungkin orang lama dan sezaman berpolitik dengan Mahathir tidak lupa tentang cerita yang menyebabkan Siti Hasmah menggelabah. Nasib baik ketika itu hanya ada akhbar, medium yang berasaskan dakwat dan kertas. Bayangkan sekiranya zaman di awal beliau menjadi Perdana Menteri sudah wujud internet dan aplikasi seperti WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter dan sebagainya. Mungkin bukan setakat Mahathir tidak akan mampu bertahan selama 22 tahun, malah anak pinak dan cucunya tidak akan mampu mengecapi super kemewahan seperti hari ini. Seakan mereka tidak akan hidup susah selamanya, nauzubillah.

Pernahkah anda dengar tentang Mahathir didakwa nikah gadis belasan tahun? Walaupun ketika itu tiada internet tetapi akhbar yang pro pembangkang sudah wujud dan mempunyai ramai pembaca. Walaupun jawapan ketika itu bukannya seperti zaman digital iaitu adanya kekangan masa yang bukannya boleh respon "real time" namun dikatakan Mahathir mengambil masa yang lama untuk menjawab. Dan menurut otai-otai politik, Siti Hasmah yang jawab pada awalnya dan bukannya Mahathir. Dan sehingga ke hari ini Mahathir dilihat takut untuk menjawab.

Mungkin cerita ini sukar dicari di dalam arkib "online" akhbar pro pembangkang jadi anda perlu bertanyakan otai-otai politik, baik dari UMNO BN atau pun dari parti pembangkang.

Ketika itu usikan nakal tersebut hangat dan tular di Kelantan kerana dikatakan "bapa mertua' Mahathir adalah salah seorang dari orang kuat UMNO di sana dan beliau adalah dari keturunan "Tok Seh" - sesiapa yang mukanya iras Pakistan maka itulah gelarannya di Kelantan. Sekali tengok beliau macam Tok Seh, sekali tengok lagi sekali mukanya seperti dari Kerala. Anda faham bukan?

Walaupun telah dinafikan oleh Siti Hasmah dan juga individu yang dikatakan 'bapa mertua' Mahathir namun hanya Mahathir sahaja yang mampu tampil dan perjelaskan tentang persoalan ini. Bukan susah untuk Mahathir buktikan bahawa Mazhar itu adalah anak angkatnya- buat saja ujian DNA.

Aakj sekadar bertanya dan tiada niat untuk membuat pertuduhan, sekadar meminta Mahathir perjelaskan usikan nakal ini sahaja. Sementara masih hidup, elok sangat perjelaskan persoalan di atas. Nikah tidak salah, berapa umur isteri ketika itu juga tidak salah. Tetapi menipu anak kandung - anak angkat adalah satu kesalahan moral. Dan mungkin satu kesalahan jenayah kalau anak itu anak luar nikah. Isu naluri seks sejenis seperti yang tular dan hangat di internet, aakj tak nak sentuh. 


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Mereka (Melinda,Mazhar,Maizura) adalah 3org anak angkat Tun Dr Mahathir & Tun Dr Siti Hasmah..

Citer selanjutnya spt d bwh :-

Tun Dr Siti Hasmah Mohamad Ali is a woman who needs no introduction. The wife of former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has long made her mark in the public’s eye. But despite a busy career as a doctor and, later, as wife to the premier, this mother of four has room in her heart to take in three other children – all for the love of them.

Her own children – Marina, Mirzan, Mokhzani and Mukhriz – had also taken their adopted siblings – Melinda, Mazhar and Maizura – to heart right from the start.

Melinda was the couple’s god-child initially. When she was six months old, she fell ill and her parents brought her to Mahathir’s clinic in Alor Star. That was in 1960.
Siti Aishah (as she was known then) recovered and her parents were so grateful they wanted Mahathir and Siti Hasmah to be her godparents.

“There was a special ceremony where a white string was tied on our wrist to signify we are Siti Aishah’s godparents and prayers were said,” Siti Hasmah recalls in an interview with theSun.

After the ceremony, Siti Aishah went home with her parents who were farmers. Six years later, they met again. This time round, Mahathir had made a house call to tend to her sick younger brother.
Siti Aishah wanted to follow Mahathir home so he brought her back. She fitted into the family nicely and built a strong bond with her new siblings.

Mahathir and Siti Hasmah then decided to adopt Siti Aishah legally and changed her name to Melinda. “During the school holidays, she would go back to visit her real parents,” says Siti Hasmah. “My children would get anxious and worried that Melinda might not return home and stay with her biological parents instead.” But her children had nothing to worry about. Melinda is now married with two children, both studying in Melbourne.

Mazhar and Maizura were adopted in 1983, when Siti Hasmah’s children were all overseas. The urge came upon the couple during a state visit to Pakistan. On their arrival at the airport, the couple were greeted by a girl and boy dressed in traditional Pakistani costume. The children struck such a chord in Mahathir’s heart that he wanted to adopt them. The following year, their wish came true. A six-month-old girl and nine-month-old boy, whom they named Maizura and Mazhar, came into their lives. Now, Maizura, 24, is pursuing a Mass Communications degree while Mazhar is doing music at an art academy.

“Mahathir and I genuinely love children,” she says in response to innuendos at that time that they had adopted the two children as a publicity tool. “We did not need that kind of publicity. I do not know what to call such people with such thoughts. It is so sad that people misconstrue our good intention.” The only complaint she got from her other children was that she was spoiling the two younger ones.

“In Islam, when you adopt a child, you have to care for the child with more compassion than your own, especially if he comes from an orphanage,” she says. “But I do not believe I am spoiling them.”
When any of the children misbehaved, she would send them to their father who is a strict disciplinarian. She also told the teachers and headmasters that her children should not get any special privileges.

At first, she kept the fact that they were adopted from Maizura and Mazhar. She wanted to find the right time to tell them the truth. But the two soon suspected something amiss.
“The boy did ask me whether I was his real mother,” she remembers, adding that she covered up the truth.

Then, Maizura told her a story about her friend’s mother who paid somebody for a child. “But I explained to her that such things do not exist.”

Finally, the truth came out when the children were about 10. It was after lunch and Mazhar asked whether they were adopted. Siti Hasmah told the boy: “So let us go ask daddy the question.”

She recalls: “I had to wake up my husband (who was taking a nap) and told him that his son has a question for him. When he heard it, he was quiet for while and said mummy would answer the question. I was so mad with him for passing the buck to me!” Of course, Siti Hasmah explained to the children. “I asked them if they would love my husband and I less after knowing we are not their biological parents,” she says. “I was very emotional. Both of them said no and hugged us.”

Like most adopted children, they were curious about their biological parents. For Mazhar, his mother had died and his businessman father left him with his grandmother. But she was too old to look after him and left him at an orphanage.

For Maizura, she was abandoned in hospital and was brought to the orphanage. “Maizura wanted to know if we paid anything for them and I said not a single sen.”
Though she promised Mazhar that she would try to trace his father, sadly, the orphanage had disposed off all the records.

Asked how she rates her husband as a father, she says: “He is a loving father. As adults, the children have different opinions and they may argue with him. Eventually, they will come together and love each other. Their love for their father is not lessened by the difference in opinions.”

As for herself, she feels she could have done more as a mother. “I have done the best I can but sometimes I feel so inadequate and I feel I could have done more.”

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