There is talk that Taib had unleashed his anger when he returned one afternoon to find that his young Syrian-born wife Ragad Waleed Alkurdi was not at home. Does he feel out of place in her young energetic life and is this making him more possessive?
Rugged Ragad is said to love fast cars. Is Taib up to it if she decides to try out one of the many fast automobiles at their homes by going 150 miles per hour?
Everyone is now waiting with bated breath to see if there is going to be a baby on the way. After all, the rich not only keep money in the banks, they can also have their own private sperm banks.
If Ragad were to have a baby coming along, close friends of the family say it would greatly upset his older children. Sulaiman is already at odds with his father and the one who was most unhappy with Taib’s marriage was Hanifah, the baby of the family until Ragad displaced her as the family’s youngest member.
After all, having lashed out at her husband in front of office staff at Wisma Bapa Malaysia on Friday 12th October by delivering a sharp kick on his shin, we now learn that Sarawak’s ‘First Lady’ was back publicly attacking him again in front of dinner guests last Friday evening! According to reports:
”Ragad threw and smashed Taib’s head with her hand phone in front of many guests who came to his residence last Friday. Everyone left after the incident happened”.
How can Sarawakians allow a foreigner to brutalise their revered chief? How can they allow such humiliation to be inflicted on their pak uban. Perhaps it also came to mind how his son Sulaiman was well known for his brutal attacks on former Deputy Chief Minister George Chan’s daughter, before she left her husband. Perhaps he has more sympathy for her situation now?
Almost everyone in Sarawak can sympathise with Ragad’s feelings, but since they are a more peaceful people, they should consider the more effective and permanent way of relieving him of future beatings the ABU way!
Footnote: Since no Act has yet been passed on husband bashing, we homo sapien belong to the animal class classified as mammal. As such the ACT below might apply.
PUTRAJAYA: Veterinary Services director-general Datuk Dr Abd Aziz Jamaluddin said “Anyone caught being cruel to animals will face a fine of up to RM100,000 and a jail term of not more than six months under the Animal Welfare Act to be tabled in Parliament next year, (2012….. Ragad would escape prosecution if it is still not implemented.)
He said the Act covered all animals, including fish and insects, whether owned by individuals or businesses and would define as cruelty the failure to feed them.