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i guess some of GH in malaysia are being renovated or getting a new complex...just wana add, alor star and sungaipetani are getting new hospital complex.
 

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RM1 billion Canser Institute near KLCC

From Berita Harian
http://www.bharian.com.my/m/BHarian/Saturday/Nasional/20060106235641/Article/

Warga Britain derma RM1b bina pusat kanser


KUALA LUMPUR: Hasrat Malaysia memiliki pusat penyelidikan dan rawatan kanser untuk kanak-kanak bakal menjadi kenyataan apabila seorang warga Britain beragama Islam bermurah hati menderma AS$275 juta (RM1.03 bilion) bagi pembinaannya di ibu negara.

Berita Harian difahamkan, pusat yang akan diuruskan Majlis Kanser Nasional (Makna) itu akan dibina di satu kawasan berhampiran Kuala Lumpur City Center (KLCC) di ibu negara.

Wang sumbangan itu adalah bagi membiayai kos pembelian tanah, pembinaan dan kelengkapan pusat penyelidikan dan rawatan kanser terbabit dan satu sidang media mengumumkan perkara itu akan diadakan di ibu pejabat Makna di sini, hari ini.

Bagaimanapun, Presiden Makna, Datuk Mohd Farid Ariffin, ketika dihubungi petang semalam, enggan mengulas lanjut mengenai perkara berkenaan atas permintaan penderma terbabit.

“Kita tunggu pengumuman pada sidang media esok (hari ini) saja,” katanya.

Impian mewujudkan pusat itu sering dinyatakan isteri Perdana Menteri, Allahyarham Datin Seri Endon Mahmood.
 

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From Berita Harian
http://www.bharian.com.my/m/BHarian/Saturday/Nasional/20060106235641/Article/

Warga Britain derma RM1b bina pusat kanser


KUALA LUMPUR: Hasrat Malaysia memiliki pusat penyelidikan dan rawatan kanser untuk kanak-kanak bakal menjadi kenyataan apabila seorang warga Britain beragama Islam bermurah hati menderma AS$275 juta (RM1.03 bilion) bagi pembinaannya di ibu negara.

Berita Harian difahamkan, pusat yang akan diuruskan Majlis Kanser Nasional (Makna) itu akan dibina di satu kawasan berhampiran Kuala Lumpur City Center (KLCC) di ibu negara.

Wang sumbangan itu adalah bagi membiayai kos pembelian tanah, pembinaan dan kelengkapan pusat penyelidikan dan rawatan kanser terbabit dan satu sidang media mengumumkan perkara itu akan diadakan di ibu pejabat Makna di sini, hari ini.

Bagaimanapun, Presiden Makna, Datuk Mohd Farid Ariffin, ketika dihubungi petang semalam, enggan mengulas lanjut mengenai perkara berkenaan atas permintaan penderma terbabit.

“Kita tunggu pengumuman pada sidang media esok (hari ini) saja,” katanya.

Impian mewujudkan pusat itu sering dinyatakan isteri Perdana Menteri, Allahyarham Datin Seri Endon Mahmood.
What a generous man for saving people's life
 

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God bless that fella who made the donation....
 

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BERITA HARIAN 8/1/2006

Hartawan kanser bina hospital


KUALA LUMPUR: Penderitaan seorang hartawan warga Britain yang menghidap barah otak dan menyaksikan hidup anak perempuannya terseksa akibat leukemia sehingga menghembuskan nafas terakhir membuka hati beliau untuk menderma AS$275 juta (RM1.03 bilion) bagi membina pusat penyelidikan dan rawatan kanser dan hospital untuk kanak-kanak di negara ini.



Ahli perniagaan, Dr Elie Youssef Najem, 45, yang kini mendapat rawatan barah otak di sebuah pusat perubatan di ibu negara berkata, sumbangan itu adalah bagi membiayai kos pembelian tanah, pembinaan dan kelengkapan pusat penyelidikan dan rawatan kanser dan hospital.

Beliau yang berjalan menggunakan tongkat berikutan kakinya yang cacat akibat penyakit ‘Multiple Sclerosis’ sejak 1991, berkata sumbangan daripada wang simpanannya itu bertujuan membantu pesakit barah terutamanya kanak-kanak yang kurang berkemampuan untuk mendapatkan rawatan.

“Keluarga saya mempunyai sejarah penyakit kanser dan melihat penderitaan anak saya, Alisa bertarung dengan penyakit itu menyebabkan saya mahu kanak-kanak yang menderita sepertinya dan tidak berkemampuan mendapat rawatan sewajarnya supaya mereka mempunyai peluang untuk meneruskan hidup.

“Doktor memberitahu saya tidak dapat hidup lama. Tiada apa lagi yang lebih bermakna selain melihat kanak-kanak yang menderita penyakit ini kembali pulih,” katanya pada sidang media di ibu pejabat Majlis Kanser Nasional (Makna) di sini, semalam. Turut hadir Presiden Makna, Datuk Mohd Farid Ariffin.

Youssef yang mendakwa memiliki kekayaan bernilai AS$46 bilion (RM175 bilion), mengatasi kekayaan tokoh pelaburan Warren Buffett adalah waris kepada pengasas Columbia Pictures dan Columbia Records.

Beliau berasal dari Lubnan mahu pusat itu dibina di kawasan berhampiran Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC).
 

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god bless that guy!! :angel:
 

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Tuesday January 10, 2006



Najem blames woes on police

KUALA LUMPUR: As more fresh allegations surfaced against Lebanese businessman Elie Youssef Najem, the self-professed billionaire showed up at the Lebanese Embassy to complain against the police here.

The 45-year-old man, who claims to be a lord and a prince, continued to claim that he was a “victim of trumped-up charges” and blamed the Malaysian police for it.


ANGRY: Najem who walks with the aid of crutches leaving the Lebanese Embassy yesterday.

Speaking to reporters who waited outside the embassy gates, he announced loudly that he would lodge “international reports” against the police.

The embassy refused to respond to press enquiries as to what transpired during the two-hour meeting.

Insisting he was not a fraud, Najem, who walks with the aid of crutches, was accompanied by his 19-year-old wife Farinnie Mohd Farid. He then left the embassy in a taxi.

Najem claimed to have 95 companies registered in Malaysia.

But a search done with the Companies Commission of Malaysia revealed he was involved in only two companies, namely Trident Pillar Sdn Bhd and Cash Discovery Network (M) Sdn Bhd.

Later in an interview with The Star at his home, Najem claimed that he was beginning to re-consider his pledge to donate RM1.04bil to Makna in the light of all the unwanted attention.

“If this harassment continues, then I'm sorry,” he added.

He denied all allegations of cheating, claiming that complaints of him issuing bad cheques were all lies. He said that while he was in police custody, some of his employees had issued cheques on his behalf and withdrew all the money he had in the bank.

Najem also denied rumours that he owned a phone sex company in Canada.

“First of all, there's freedom of speech in Canada, and secondly, I never ever owned such a company.”

Najem admitted that he had previously been investigated on a charge of sexually molesting a former employee, but said the charge was later dropped.

When asked why there were no Internet records of himself or the companies he purportedly owned, Najem said his website was in the midst of being constructed, but that he needed to get his servers up and running first.

When asked to show proof of his supposed wealth, he refused.

“I am more than a billionaire,” said the man who claimed to be worth US$46.5bil (RM174.3bil).

“But I want to lead a simple life. Before I die, I would like to get rid of all my money.

“The money is ready, it's all up to Datuk Farid (Ariffin),” he said.

When asked why the Lebanese Embassy had not heard of him despite him being a lord, Najem dismissed the matter with a wave of his hand.”Why should they know me? Who is the ambassador? He's just a civil servant!”
 

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WHO'S THIS NAJEM?
The NST News Team

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 9:
* An overstayer in Malaysia since Sept 21. Entered the country in June last year.


* Wanted in Canada and Cyprus to assist police in theft, cheating and forgery probes.


* Convicted of cheque forgery in Lebanon, Interpol claims.


He is sought by police in three countries. And in Malaysia, he has overstayed.

This is the picture that has emerged of Elie Youssef Najem, the Lebanese man who claimed he was a billionaire and pledged RM1.07 billion to the National Cancer Council.

Police in Canada and Cyprus want him to assist in their investigations into cases of theft, cheating and cheque forgery, said police sources.

Also, Interpol confirmed that Najem was convicted of cheque forgery in Lebanon last year and sentenced to a year’s jail. He left the country while the appeal was pending.

He entered Malaysia in June last year and has overstayed since Sept 21.

Immigration Department enforcement director Datuk Ishak Mohamed said: "Based on newspaper reports, the foreigner has surrendered his passport to the court.

"In this respect, we will meet court officers and police to determine his status. But in principle, we should detain him because he has overstayed."


HELP WANTED: An ad for vacancies in Najem’s company.

Records show that the 45-year-old was born in the town of Baabda, Lebanon.

The department’s checks revealed that Najem landed at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport on June 23.

Najem’s donation to the council captured headlines over the weekend, followed on Monday with a litany of complaints from people who said he was a cheat.

Ex-employees alleged he cheated them out of their wages, and a contractor had sued him for not settling a RM400,000 renovation bill.

Deputy city Criminal Investigations Department chief Assistant Commissioner Ramli Din confirmed a report alleging outrage of modesty had been lodged against the foreigner.

Several other police reports were lodged against Najem, alleging cheating and criminal breach of trust.

In one case, charges have been brought against him and the trial is scheduled to begin in May. Najem was released on RM20,000 bail and his passport was surrendered to the court.

Meanwhile, checks showed that two bank accounts operated by Najem were closed after cheques he had issued were not honoured due to insufficient funds.
 

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Sorry for unnecessarily create this thread but no thread for any new construction of building of this kind:)

Institut Jantung Negara Extension

 
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