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Kajian Asal Usul Orang Melayu

Menarik! Orang Melayu Berasal Dari Etnik Dusun

Satu lagi penemuan saintifik oleh kumpulan penyelidik forensik dan antropologi USM diketuai oleh Dr. Zafarina Zainudin.

Orang Melayu semenanjung berasal dari DUSUN.

ARTIKEL:

Dr Zafarina studies on genetics showed Malay people migrated from Borneo to Sumatera and then to Peninsula Malaysia. I have attached part of her writings below.

“TRACING THE ORIGIN OF THE MALAY RACE THROUGH THE MORPHOLOGICAL, HISTORICAL, SOCIO-CULTURAL AND GENETIC ANALYSIS

RESEARCH CENTER :
Human Genome Center , School of Health Sciences and Dental School , USM
CURRENT STATUS OF PROJECT: Ongoing ( started : Jan 2005 )
RESEARCHERS:
Principle Investigator: Dr. Zafarina Zainuddin
Co-researchers: Dr. Zilfalil Alwi, Prof. Abd. Rani Samsudin, Miss Azlina Ahmad,
Dr. Bakiah Shaharuddin, Dr. Liza Sharmini Ahmad Tajudin, Mr.
Hoh Boon Peng, Mr. Mohamad Ros Sidek, Dr. Nizam Abdullah,
Prof. Norazmi Mohd. Nor, Assoc. Prof. Ooi Keat Gin,
Panneerchelvam, Dr. Zainul Ahmad Rajion, Prof. Zainul
F.Zainuddin

INTRODUCTION:
The Malay race inhabits particularly Peninsular Malaysia and portions of adjacent islands of Southeast Asia (SEA), east coast of Sumatra , coast of Borneo and smaller islands between these areas.

They were traced by anthropological evidence from the north-western part of Yunnan , in China .

The proto-Malays were seafaring people, probably from coastal Borneo who expanded into Sumatra and Peninsular Malaysia as a result of trading and seafaring activities.

The present day Malays, called Modern Malays of Peninsular Malaysia and coast of the Malay Archipelago are a mixture of different races.

They were described as deutero-Malays, descendants of the proto-Malays mixed with modern Indians, Thai, Arab and Chinese.

The history and the origin of the Malay race have been the subject of much speculation among scholars.

Since the Malays primarily reside within SEA, particularly Peninsular Malaysia, the prehistoric migrations into these regions must be taken into consideration.

Several hypotheses of the SEA migration pattern have been put forward. Preliminary studies using mitochondrial DNA analyses suggested affinity of the Southern Mongoloid in the Modern Malay population of Peninsular Malaysia (Zafarina, 2004).

The term Melayu or Malay‚ was also associated with the Hindu-Buddhist Srivijaya Empire (7th-13 centuries CE) believed to be located in the South-eastern part of Sumatra .

An Arab text dating around 1000 CE observed that travellers bound for China sailed through the sea of Melayu‚ that can be inferred to mean the Straits of Melaka.

On opposite shores of the Straits of Melaka by the 7th century CE or earlier, there were the domicile areas of the Malays, namely Sumatra and the Malay Peninsular.

OBJECTIVES:
1. To compile the genetic profile of the Malay race.
2. To study the history, social and anthropology of the Malay race.
3. To characterise the craniofacial, dental and ocular features of Malay race.
4. To correlate the genetic profile of the Malay race with their craniofacial, dental and
ocular characteristics.
5. To correlate the genetic profile of the Malay race with its history, social and
anthropology.
6. To trace the origin of the Malay race by using the genetic profile, anthropology,
craniofacial, dental and ocular characteristics.

METHODOLOGY:
The research encompasses four parts of studies: The Historical and Socio-cultural Analysis, the Ocular Morphology Analysis, the Craniofacial Morphology Analysis, and the last major part, the Genetic Analysis.

Various types of genetic markers are used in the study of the genetic components of the population.

These markers are autosomal and Y chromosome STR markers, mtDNA, Human Leucocytes Antigen (HLA) and lastly, the SNP genotyping which will be done using the Microarray 50K genechip system.

EXPECTED OUTCOME:
1. The tracing of the origin and the migration pattern of the Malay race.
2. Establishing USM as a part of the member of Pacific Pan-Asian SNP Initiative (PASNPI) organized by Human Genome Organization (HUGO)”

Dr Zafarina studies is one of the most cnclusive evidence of Borneo origins of the Malay race. They are not called Malay in Borneo, but Dusuns or Dayaks.

Dr Zafarina traced the genetic migration of the Dusunic speaking people of Borneo southwards in Borneo and along the way producing other tribes such as the Lun Bawangs, Bidayuhs, Ibans, etc. The Bidayuhs in turn migrated to Sulawesi and found the Bugis people. When the Dayaks or Dusun reached the southern tip of Borneo, they simply crossed over to Jawa and Sumatera.

Scientist has concluded that the Expres Train theory that the Malay race come from Taiwan were now discredited. Scientist found genes found among Polynesians (Hawaii) were not found among the indigenous Taiwanese. This shows the connection is missing.

Instead the theory goes that the Malay people who migrated from Indo China reached the coast of Borneo where the race and language of the Malayo Polynesian incubated. It was from Borneo that people migrated out to Taiwan, the Philippines and the rest of Insular Southeast Asia and the pacifics and the Indian ocean.

The proto Malays of Borneo were once great seafarers, reaching as far away land as Madagascar. Their migration led them to other Islands brought them to Sumatera, Jawa, Sulawesi, and then to the Pacifics Islands.

Incidently, the Malagasy language in Madagascar is closest to Maanyan language of Barito Kalimantan. But Manyan is closest to Dusun Witu of Barito which is alsmot 80% similar to the Dusun language of the Penampang and Papar Sabah dialect.

Dusun is about 30% similar to modern Malay. We know that modern Malay is only 30% indigenous, the rest were derived from or enriched by Sanskrit (Indian language), Arabs (during Islamic influence) and Chinese.

But the 30% indigenous are almost all similar to Dusun language in terms of sound and meanings. The followings are some Dusun/Malay similarity.

Eg mato for mata, tolingo for telinga, todung for hidung, dilah for lidah, siku for siku, longon for lengan, kulit for kulit, tonsi for isi, raha for darah, tulang for tulang, wulu for bulu, pusod for pusat, tuhat for urat, wotis for betis, etc.

Other words, kayu for kayu, watang for batang, roun for daun, bunga for bunga, tuah for buah, etc
others, wulan for bulan, watu for batu, tana for tanah, sawat for sawat (as in pesawat), osin for masin, onsom for masam, po’it for pahit, omis for manis, apui for api, matai for mati, pais for pisau, etc.

Others, iso for sa, duo for dua, apat for empat, limo for lima , onom for enam, etc.

Others, palanuk for pelanduk, buayo for buaya, lipos for lipas, tikus for tikus, tontolu for telur, ulanut for ular, etc

There are hundreds of words that form the indigenous part of the Malay language.

The dusun origins of modern Malay is something to be researched further. The dusunic speaking people are quite widespread. The Bisaya of Sarawak are dusunic people, also the dusuns of Tutung and Belait Brunei. In Barito, Kalimantan, the several dusunic speakers are related to the dusunic language.

Even the Bajau language and most visayan dialects in the Philippines can be traced to the dusunic langauge.

According to Dr Zafarina, the dusuns produce the Bajau people (interesting). This correspond with the legend among Visayans that they came from Borneo.

It is ironic that the dusuns today are not constitutional Malay though scientific evidence now showed the Borneo origins of the Malay language.

The dusuns who populated Borneo did not find great civilization in Borneo. The credit must be given to their descendents who migrated to Sumatera and eventually became Malays through intermarriage with the more culturally advance Indians to form the seeds of the melayur kingdom.

Today it is true being Malay is a pride to many Malaysians. But the Malaysian Constitutional definition does not make them racially Malays. Officially, the word Malay is a religious identity, not a racial identity.

Ironically, the only other people who defined their ethnic identity in terms of religion are the Jewish people.

Even Arabs recognize Arab Christians as Arabs. But in Malaysia, one has to be a Muslim to be a Malay.

The Malaysian constitutional definition excludes Javanese, Filipinos, and other indigenous in Southeast Asia who are malayo polynesian speakers as Malays because they do not fulfil the constitutinal definition.

The Malaysian definition of a Malay reduced the number of ethnic Malay to just 25 million people wolrd wide.

Thus, the Malay history also started only with the advent of islam in the 14th century. Malay did not exist before the advent of Islam.

The term Malay was popularized by western anthropologists based on their readings of Sejarah Melayu, however, distorted.

The term Malay is now very popular, used even by President Gloria Aroyo to identify her Filipino racial heritage. Unfortunately, may be she did not know, but the Malaysian Malays would have disputed her. She does not fulfill the Malaysian Constitutional definition to be a Malay.

Unless Malaysia change its constitution to make Malay a racial identity for Malayo Polynesian people, then the narrow definition would make the term Malay relevant to a small group of people in a sea of  300 million Austronesian Malayo Polynesian speakers.

As of now, to be a Malay is just like to be a Jew, where ethnicity is defined by religious identity.

SUMBER:
http://nursamad.blogspot.com/2007/06/ma … -race.html

http://xeronerror.blog.friendster.com/2008/10/menarik-orang-melayu-berasal-dari-etnik-dusun/

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The Malays originated from West Asia, says new study

MALACCA: A study by a group of researchers has deduced that the Malays originated from West Asia, thus debunking a widely accepted theory that they are from Yunan, southern China, said Malay World Islamic World (DMDI) president Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam.

He said the 20-year scientific study, which were conducted by three local researchers, was supported by empirical evidence.

The researchers are Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia's Institute of Malay World and Civilisation principal research fellow Prof Emeritus Datuk Dr Nik Hassan Suhaimi Nik Abd Rahman, National Defence University of Malaysia Faculty Defence Studies and Management lecturer Prof Datuk Dr Wan Hashim Wan Teh, and Suara Pribumi chairman Zaharah Sulaiman.

"If genetic tests were anything to go by, our deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) does not match that of the people of Yunan but matches that of West Asians.

"This study is important because the DNA determines our ancestry and our origin. As the new findings are very strong and can be defended, a book on them will be published," he told reporters after the opening of a regional symposium on tracing the Malay roots here, today. -- BERNAMA

2 Oct 2013

10 comments:

Esperalzi said...

Mengikut teori ini, bukan setakat orang Melayu Semenanjung berasal dari suku Dusun di Sabah, bahkan semua orang dari RUMPUN atau BANGSA MELAYU yang berjumlah 350 juta di Asia Tenggara, Taiwan dan Madagascar berasal dari suku Dusun di SABAH...

Seluruh penduduk2 pribumi Malaysia, Indonesia, Filipina, Brunei, Timor Leste, Taiwan, Madagascar dan suku Cham di Indochina yang tediri dari suku2 Jawa, Bugis, Minangkabau, Sunda, Kerinci,Banjar, Buton, etc (Indonesia), Tagalog, Cebuano, Hiligaynon, Kapampangan, Ilocano, Bicolano,etc (Filipina), Melayu, Orang Asli kumpulan Melayu Asli, Melanau, Bidayuh, Iban, etc (Malaysia), Cham (Thailand, Vietnam, Kemboja),Tetum, Galoli, Mambae, Tukudede, Kemak, etc (Timor Leste), Merina, Betsileo, etc (Madagascar)dan Paiwan, Ataya, Ami, Saisiyat, Bunun, Puyuma, etc (Taiwan) SEMUAnya berasal dari suku DUSUN di SABAH, MALAYSIA..

Maka ini bermakna semua ratusan juta penduduk Rumpun Melayu Asia Tenggara, Taiwan dan Madagascar berasal dari NEGARA KITA...MALAYSIA!!!

Oleh, itu bolehlah kita brag disamping menolak kempen2 negatif yg mengatakan orang Melayu pendatang dari Indonesia yg setaraf dengan pendatang Cina dari China, kononya Orang Asli saja yg berhak ke atas Malaysia. Alih2, orang2 Indonesia sendiri berasal dari negara kita...dan kita pula berasal dari NEGARA KITA..dari Sabah, MALAYSIA!!

Phoedza said...

"Seluruh penduduk2 pribumi Malaysia, Indonesia, Filipina, Brunei, Timor Leste, Taiwan, Madagascar dan suku Cham di Indochina yang tediri dari suku2 Jawa, Bugis, Minangkabau, Sunda, Kerinci,Banjar, Buton, etc (Indonesia), Tagalog, Cebuano, Hiligaynon, Kapampangan, Ilocano, Bicolano,etc (Filipina), Melayu, Orang Asli kumpulan Melayu Asli, Melanau, Bidayuh, Iban, etc (Malaysia), Cham (Thailand, Vietnam, Kemboja),Tetum, Galoli, Mambae, Tukudede, Kemak, etc (Timor Leste), Merina, Betsileo, etc (Madagascar)dan Paiwan, Ataya, Ami, Saisiyat, Bunun, Puyuma, etc (Taiwan) SEMUAnya berasal dari suku DUSUN di SABAH, MALAYSIA.."

mana bukti? mcm pelik lak sume org dusun. =.=

Lasun_70 said...

Tak setuju lah, saya rasa org yang mengkaji diatas adalah dari keturunan org pendatang @pun, mgkin adalah orang yang ibu bapa mereka yang mendapat kerakyatan penduduk tetap. Akhirnya anak-anak mereka mendapat kerja di sektor awam dan cuba memperjuangkan pendatang-pendatang, yang cuba di basmi oleh kerajaan untuk dihantar balik...

Al-Fatih said...

salam...
setuju.....betul la,sebab kalau kita tengok pola migrasi di alam nusantara.sebenarnya,sempadan yg tetap ada bila omputih masuk kawasan asia.sebelum tu,xda isu pun sal pati n etc.

viktor said...

Melayu Semenanjung berasal dari DUSUN. Dusun Borneo berasal dari Monyet. Monyet pula berasal dari sel ringkas. Jika tidak Dusun juga berasal dari satu tempat, mungkin Dusun Afrika.

McCarl Djenzz said...

Tetapi Org Dutch panggil org asli borneo "Dayaks"termasuk org dusun( Sundayaks) d Sabah. Kebanyakkan org asli di Sarawak dan di kalimantan suka dipanggil dayaks..memang betul sebutan org dusun di Sabah, hampir serupa sebutan dgn suku kaum manyam, taman, banuaka, memaloh yg ada kaitan dgn org Iban di kalimantan tengah dan d Sarawak. Dan memang betul ada org borneo belayar ke Magadascar. Tapi dusun jadi melayu, bugis, jawa, itu kurang PASTI...
Tu kena tanya Borneo people....

The Tanak Vagu said...

Podahhhh, mengarut betul research ni. Cukup2 lah, jgn kelentong Sabahan lagi!

suaramirza said...

Semoga Tautan ini bisa menambah wawasan semua pengunjung blog ini >> http://austronesianconnections.blogspot.com/search/label/Jawa

suaramirza said...

Saya rasa tautan ini bisa semakin menambah Wawasan semua Pengunjung Blog ini >> http://www.bradshawfoundation.com/journey/

MsVenus said...

kalau pun betul.., luculah ni kajian :) . mcm cerita "mana yang dulu ujud, telur kah ayam, ayam kah telur" pusing pusing, lama lama pening.

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