Ummi Hafilda gives details on Anwar’s alleged bisexual activities

(Malaysian Digest) – “Anwar Ibrahim is bisexual, and I know it,” said Ummi Hafilda Ali. The main witness in Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s first sodomy trial in 1998 said today that she has no doubt that Datuk S Nallakaruppan was telling the truth when he exposed yesterday that the Opposition leader is bisexual.

“I have no doubt about it. I know that Anwar practices ‘out of norm’ sexual activities,” said Ummi when contacted by Malaysian Digest.

Ummi said she knows about Anwar’s alleged bisexuality since Anwar’s former driver, Azizan Abu Bakar, wrote a letter to the then Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad to report on the then deputy prime minister’s wrongdoings.

“When the letter was sent to the PM (Dr Mahathir), Anwar called Azizan and asked Azizan to back him up if the story gets to the press,” said Ummi.

“He called and pleaded for Azizan’s support when he first got to know about the letter sent to Dr Mahathir,

“Even in the courtroom when Azizan was taking his oath, I could see that Anwar was shaking in the witness chamber where he sitting,” Ummi added.

Ummi, who is also the younger sister of PKR deputy president Azmin Ali, said she is still waiting for Anwar to come forward and take the oath to deny all allegations that has been thrown at him.

“If he is innocent as he always claim he is, why up until now he still refuses to take an oath to clear his name?” said Ummi.

“Saiful has done it (take an oath), (Datuk Shazryl) Eskay (Abdullah) have done it to clear their names, but Anwar has yet to do so. Why is he so afraid if he had committed no crime?” said Ummi.

She also said that PAS should not defend Anwar as it is proven that their opposition leader is practicing sexual activities that are haram in the teachings of Islam.

“With all the videos and phone conversations, I am still wondering why PAS is putting all their efforts to cover Anwar.

“But, no matter what reason PAS gives to its supporters on why the party keeps on justifying Anwar and his sinful activities, the public now seems to be aware that it is purely a political move for PAS’ own political survival, nothing more,” Ummi added.

She also reiterated Nallakaruppan’s stand saying that Anwar is not suitable for the position of Prime Minister as he lacked the quality that the public is looking for.

“Nallakaruppan’s statements yesterday showed that Anwar is never fit to lead Malaysia.

“At 65 years of age, I think it is time for Anwar to repent. All three of the A-trio (Anwar, Azizah and Azmin) should reflect themselves and repent to god. That is the best they can do and I pray for it to happen.

“Stop doing all the bad things just to gain power, it will not last,” said Ummi.

Meanwhile, PKR has announced that Anwar is taking legal action against Utusan Malaysia and S. Nallakaruppan over the allegation made on Anwar’s sexuality.
“I refer to the report published today in the front page of Utusan Malaysia alleging that Federal Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim is bisexual and unfit to be the opposition leader,” said PKR vice president N Surendran in a statement today.

Surendran added that the allegations which are attributed to S Nallakaruppan are completely false, politically motivated and “the worst kind of gutter journalism”.

“Prime Minister and Umno President Najib Razak is fully responsible for this vile attack made by the Umno-owned Utusan Malaysia upon Anwar Ibrahim.

“Instead of agreeing to Anwar’s challenge for a public debate on policies and the economy, Najib has resorted to the lowest kind of character assassination through Utusan Malaysia. Utusan Malaysia‘s intolerance and lack of scruples reveals the true face of Umno and Najib, and makes nonsense of Najib’s show of moderation and reform.

“In these circumstances, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has commenced legal proceedings, added Surendran.

He said that Anwar has issued demand notices to Utusan Melayu (Malaysia) Bhd which is the owner of Utusan Malaysia and its editor demanding retraction of the above allegations, an apology and damages in the sum of RM100 million.

He said a similar notice has been sent to S Nallakarupan.