Journalists and columnists have a sacred duty to uphold truth and justice, asserts John Inbaraj.
Along with scores of other NGOs, Aliran has endorsed a joint campaign ‘Stand up for Suaram’. The campaign aims to mobilise support for Suaram following unjust persecution them by the government.
We refer to the low-budget movie ‘Innocence of Muslims’ that was made by a ‘Sam Bacile’, which depicted the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) in a bad light.
Sabah will be a focal point in the coming general election, especially after the defections of two BN MPs. If the opposition can avoid contesting three-cornered contests then Sabah’s status as a BN ‘fixed deposit’ state could hang in the balance, writes Arnold Puyok.
The Burmese government’s latest release of political prisoners falls short of meeting its commitment to release all political prisoners and shows the need for a transparent process to ensure that all political prisoners are immediately freed, Human Rights Watch said on Wednesday.
For all the talk about a progressive Malaysia undergoing great transformation towards becoming the ‘best democracy’ around, unfortunately, as we head to the 13th general election, we need to brace ourselves for more silliness, laments Zaharom Nain.
Sabah will be a focal point in the coming general election, especially after the defections of two BN MPs. If the opposition can avoid three-cornered contests then Sabah’s status as a BN ‘fixed deposit’ state could hang in the balance, observes Arnold Puyok.
Dozens of NGOs have rallied around Suaram to express solidarity with the human rights group, which finds itself under siege.
Umno/BN has doubly insulted Malaysians by not only attempting to monopolise Merdeka Day and Malaysia Day with a partisan political slogan, but a slogan so patently false that only a fool would take it seriously, writes Dean Johns.
Kuching — About 50 indigenous people from the Baram area delivered a petition of thousands of signatures to the Chief Minister of Sarawak today at Wisma Bapa Malaysia, the State Secretariat building, reports SAVE Rivers.