Saturday, April 14, 2007

Yin Found!

YES! THANK GOD!

Bernama has this:

Five-year-old Mohammad Nazrin Shamsul Ghazali or Yin, who has been missing since March 31, was found in Sentul this evening, Acting Kuala Lumpur police chief SAC I Zulhasnan Najib Baharuddin said.

11 comments:

Hi&Lo said...

Miracles do happen!

I was harbouring my worst fear after more than 2 weeks of no sign of Yin.

zewt said...

Praise the Lord!

It's good to hear good news!

galadriel said...

I am sooooooo glad this boy was found. At least there is a happy ending to this story.

I saw the 8pm news on TV3 and I cud see the IGP was happy too. He shook hands and even kissed the little boy.

I hope the parents would take better care of their kids.

It always breaks my heart when children are victims of violence. Today is the Tamil New Year, and I see this as the first happy and auspicious news of the year

My thanks to God and the people who worked hard to find the boy.

mis_tey said...

Syukur, Alhamdullilah.

What a BIG relief it must be for his parents.

I'm so happy for them - the parents and Yin.

Anon. Fm Miri said...

Syukur Alhamdullilah.

Kay Own said...

AlhamduLillah.

I think you're the first with the news .... no peep from The Star Online / NST ... hmmm sleeping I guess.

Thanks for relaying the news.

araka aw said...

hey, you beat rocky to this!

Thank goodness the poor boy is found. All's well that end's well, though I hope there's a lesson learnt for all involved.

J.T. said...

Thank God indeed! Prayers and efforts of all those concerned have saved a boy's life. I am so happy for Yin and his parents. Nuraina, thank you for the news.

wahi said...

Salam..

found with head shaven.. burmese couple.. hmm... I have so many questions!

Rocky's Bru said...

I sent this comment earlier, under yr previous posting. [this one edited]

Alhamdulillah. Your prayers (and many Malaysians' prayers) have been answered, Ena.
Kudos to everyone who helped, especially to The Malay Mail!

Now, I have two questions for brother Yushaimi, who is the editor of the Malay Mail:
1/ Will the Malay Malay recover its soul as The Paper That Cares (and unashamedly use that tagline once again)?
2/ Will the Malay Mail dedicate a regular space for Missing Persons. There are other kids who have gone missing but who absence was not as widely reported as Yin's.

I would also like to take this opportunity to thank and congratulate bloggers who posted stories about Yin's disappearance as part of the efforts to help find the boy.

Some of them cut-and-pasted articles related to Yin from the Malay Mail, which is part of the NSTP group, even though there is a boycott of the NSTP group by bloggers allied to the Bloggers United.

Idin said...

Kak Ena,
I had goosebumps reading all the news about Yin. Me with my three hyper active kids who 'can't walk' (they run around) when we go for family outing... oooo.. takutnya. Maybe kena pakai elastic leash for Ameer & Hafiz (like the ones used in Disneyland?)

Thanks for the update. You are even faster than most online press. Hiksss!! :)

CHeers!
Ibu daaa ... (bukan Idin, belum tukar IC).