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    Question Arafat scarf in the new RM10, 20 & 100 notes???



    Hold up the new RM10, 20 or 100 notes. Look at the top left hand corner where there's an image of the 1st agong. Now look at the back of his head - is that an arafat scarf?

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    In case anyone is interested to use the correct name, it is known as a Keffiyeh

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwchang View Post
    In case anyone is interested to use the correct name, it is known as a Keffiyeh
    Yeap, I thought I saw it too at first glance, thinking I must have fetched my imagination a bit too far...
    Now that you said it, I can attest to the fear of my imagination apparently becoming more real!
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    That's just a shadow of the head i think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cml View Post
    That's just a shadow of the head i think.
    Look again, against some light. I don't think a shadow looks like a chequered cloth.
    What you have to do and the way you have to do it is incredibly simple.
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    A-Hah! and my buddies said I was nuts when I said that the "Arabisation of Malaysia" is real....

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    Are those writings at the back of the new note jawi? What's the meaning?
    What you have to do and the way you have to do it is incredibly simple.
    Whether you are willing to do it, that's another matter.

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    Errr ... sorry to be so direct and blunt .... but as long as it is LEGAL TENDER and I got LOTS of it, who cares, if it is ARAB RINGGIT !!!

    I am a very SIMPLE person, I can accept DINARS, DOLLARS, YEN, RENMIMBI, PPOUND, EUROS (maybe) .....
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    Aiyah.......its just a coincidence-lah!
    I remember back in the 70's, (or 80's) the old 1 ringgit note had the word 'hawaii' clearly written, hidden among the border pattern. What does it mean?......the Hawaian's want to take over us?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KH EE View Post
    Are those writings at the back of the new note jawi? What's the meaning?
    Its the jawi translation of the text

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    Are these printed by the Australian company that is supposed to have paid some facilitation and services money to secure the contract?

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    Its for technical advise, things like what colour to use, how big the currency should be and that costs millions because its highly technical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cskok8 View Post
    Are these printed by the Australian company that is supposed to have paid some facilitation and services money to secure the contract?
    Yes, I think so.
    What you have to do and the way you have to do it is incredibly simple.
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    Its another 1 boleh job

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    ..knowing I have to wrap a diaper on my head for the rest of my life ,I would have blow my self up irregardless whether I knew or not to be rewarded with young virgin in heaven.!

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