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Tun Hussein Onn was Malaysia’s third prime minister, leading the country from 1976 to 1981.
Tun Hussein is renowned for stressing on the issue of unity through policies aimed at rectifying economic imbalances between the communities.
Tun Hussein, who was married to Toh Puan Suhaila Tan Sri Haji Mohd Noah, underwent a coronary bypass in early 1981.
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  Hussein Onn Summary
Hussein Onn became the third prime minister of Malaysia (1976–1981) upon the sudden demise of Abdul Razak.
Tun Hussein Onn was looked upon as being very sincere in his struggle for racial unity and had a reputation of being firm against anyone that tried to create racial unrest in the country and it was due to this, that he was known as 'Father of Unity'.
On the 17 September, 2005, Hussein Onn's eldest daughter Datin Roqiyah Hanim, died at the age of 56 from breast cancer in Kuala Lumpur.
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 Onn Jaafar Summary
Onn was born in 1895 at Johor Bharu, the capital of the Sultanate of Johor.
Onn was sent by Sultan Ibrahim to be educated in England and upon his return, was sent by his father for studies at Malay College Kuala Kangsar.
Onn was very active in the Malay nationalist movement, founding the United Malays National Organization (UMNO) as a mean to rally the Malays against the Malayan Union, which was perceived as threatening Malay privileges and the position of the Malay rulers.
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 Sejarah Malaysia
Hussein Onn was born in Johor Bahru on 22
He was the eldest son of Dato’ Onn Jaafar, the Menteri Besar of Johor and first President of UMNO, and Datin Halimah.
Tun Hussein Onn contributed a great deal towards the betterment of the bumiputra community during his term of office as Prime Minister.
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 Tun Hussein Onn
Tun Hussein along with the Tunku, henceforth, became a strident critic of the Mahathir administration and died without having rejoined UMNO.
Tun Hussein Onn was looked upon as being very sincere in his struggle for racial unity and had a reputation of being firm against anyone that tried to create racial unrest in the country and it was due to this, that he was known as 'Father of Unity'.
, Hussein Onn's eldest daughter Datin Roqiyah Hanim, died at the age of 56 from breast cancer in Kuala Lumpur.
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 ::Monash Library::
The Tun Hussein Onn Library (THOL) was established in 1987 and moved to the present site in 1992.
Monash Library collection in Tun Hussein Onn Library (THOL) will be relocated to the new Monash University, Sunway Campus Library at Building 7 on 28 June until 8 July 2007.
This relocation exercise requires the suspension of Monash Library collection borrowing facilities to Monash users and reciprocal borrowers (Sunway users).
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Kontigen Universiti Tun Husseinn Onn Malaysia telah berjaya membawa pulang 4 pingat emas, 2 pingat perak dan 3 pingat gangsa di kejohanan tersebut seperti butiran berikut;
Pelantikan ini meletakkan Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM) sebagai satu-satunya universiti awam dari Malaysia yang menjadi penasihat persidangan ini.
Pejabat Hal Ehwal Pelajar dengan kerjasama Pusat Tanggungjawab di bawah Pejabat Timbalan Naib Canselor (Hal Ehwal Pelajar Dan Alumni), Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia, telah menganjurkan Majlis Malam Anugerah Pelajar Tahun 2006 pada 30 Mac 2007, bertempat di Dewan Tunku Ibrahim Ismail, Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia.
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 Tun Hussein Onn Memorial, The Country's Treasure Trove :: Bernama.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Hussein, the eldest child of Umno founder Datuk Onn Jaafar, was appointed a prime minister on Jan 15, 1976 following the sudden death of Tun Abdul Razak Hussein in London due to leukaemia.
She said the Tun Hussein Onn Memorial, scheduled to be opened by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi this Friday, had three floors with each displaying various exhibits on Tun Hussein's life.
Hussein, who had served as a police commandant in Johor Baharu, Klang Assistant District Officer and a lawyer, was appointed Education Minister in 1970 and made the Deputy Prime Minister in 1973 when Tun Dr Ismail Abdul Rahman died from a heart attack.
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 eloka.com - eBookstore :: Bookstore :: e-Publisher   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
This is the greatest achievement of Dato’ Onn apart of course from his success in preventing the British from expropriating the land of the Malays as they did the land of the Palestinians.
In his foreword, Dr Mahathir paid tribute to Onn, saying that he was a central figure in Umno's glorious struggle and the first Malay to be accepted by all Malays of the peninsula.
He was, Dr Mahathir said, "a direct witness to much that was going on in Datuk Onn's life" as he was part of the household until he left for Kuala Lumpur to further his studies in August 1961.
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 Malaysia Today: News & Commentaries: Nuggets of wisdom from Hussein
What is instructive for Malaysian politics today in studying the legacy of Tun Hussein Onn, Datuk Onn Ja’afar and Datuk Ja’afar Mohamed is the public virtue they embodied and the values, principles and personal sacrifices for public service that they represented.
What came across was not just a confirmation of his reputation as a man of principles and values, but a man with the strength of his convictions and a leader so acutely aware of the corruption of power and the grave responsibility of leadership and public office.
Some lessons from the philosophy and wisdom of Hussein on political leadership, public virtue and public office which escaped public attention in the 1970s might be instructive for all of us today.
www.malaysia-today.net /Blog-n/2006/08/nuggets-of-wisdom-from-hussein.htm   (1474 words)

 Index Ho-Hy
Hussein fell out with Nasser when he opposed many of the president's policies, especially his heavy-handed style of government and favouritism, which he blamed for Egypt's defeat in the 1967 war with Israel.
In the aftermath of this crushing defeat, Hussein faced internal rebellions by both Iraq's Shi`ites and Kurds, but he managed to suppress their uprisings and maintain his grip on power until a U.S.-U.K. invasion ended his regime in April 2003.
During World War II Hussein fought with the Indian army and with the British forces that in 1945 freed Malaya from Japanese occupation.
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 kiat.net: Malaysian History - Past Prime Ministers
Born in Pulau Keladi, Pahang on March 11, 1922, Tun Razak is the only child to Dato' Hussein bin Mohd Taib and Hajah Teh Fatimah bt Daud.
When Datuk Hussein bin Onn became prime minister in 1976, he made Mahathir his Deputy Prime Minister in addition to being Minister of Education.
In June 1981, soon after Datuk Hussein had announced his retirement, Mahathir was elected president of the UMNO, which ensured his succession as the Fourth Prime Minister of Malaysia on 16 July 1981.
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 Daily Express, Sabah, Malaysia -- News Headlines
BATU PAHAT: Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM), formerly known as Kolej Universiti Teknologi Tun Hussein Onn (KUiTTHO), is now the country's 15th public institution of higher learning.
The statement also said that UTHM was committed to quality management and this was demonstrated by it obtaining the MS ISO 9001:2000 certification from Sirim for its academic management since the end of 2001.
In his speech, Hishammuddin said his late father Tun Hussein Onn, Malaysia's third prime minister and of whom UTHM was named after, had always placed unity as a key element in ensuring the nation's development.
www.dailyexpress.com.my /news.cfm?NewsID=47902   (258 words)

 Malaysia Today
Yesterday, the Umno general assembly kicked off with its Youth Leader, Hishamuddin Hussein, slamming all those traitors who had left the party to form an opposition party to go against Umno.
Onn Jaffar formed Parti Negara and contested the Kuala Terengganu seat against Umno.
Next is his father, Hussein Onn, who was instrumental in the formation of Semangat 46 that was behind the fall of Kelantan State to the opposition and which Umno was never able to recapture till this very day.
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 Are they redundant?
Tun Hussein Onn College University of Technology, and others which are also called a college as well as a university.
In the case of Tun Hussein Onn College University of Technology, according to its website, it was first known in 1983 as PLSP, i.e.
In 1993, it was upgraded and known as Institut Teknologi Tun Hussein Onn, and in 2000, it became the 15th public university in Malaysia and known as Kolej Universiti Teknologi Tun Hussein Onn.
thestar.com.my /lifestyle/story.asp?file=/2006/12/7/lifefocus/16164511&sec=lifefocus   (615 words)

 Untitled Document
The Tun Hussein Onn Library at Sunway College, named after the late Tun Hussein Onn, who was Malaysia's third prime minister and first chairman of Sunway, has been described as a state-of-the-art interactive library.
"The use of computers, especially in the e-library, can be utilised to connect the Tun Hussein Onn Library to the rest of the world,'' said Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Hishamuddin Hussein, who is the son of Hussein.
"For the Tun Hussein Onn Library, the opening recognises the fact that the library is performing the time-honoured tradition within which libraries operate-namely, to give services to all equally, to ensure quality in that service to the best of its ability, and to support the teaching and learning needs of its clientele.''
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 1981: Malaysia - Archive Article - MSN Encarta
Cross references refer to Archive articles of the same year.
Datuk Seri Mahathir Mohamed became Malaysia's fourth prime minister in July, following the resignation of Hussein Onn.
Hussein Onn underwent open-heart surgery in February and, although recovering, wished to relinquish his governmental and party positions.
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