A Malaysian Scholar of Islam provides an alternative perspective to the scare-mongering in the mainstream media about Pas and hudud laws.
Cheah Wui Jia reports on a GE13 forum held at a church hall in Penang and came away impressed with the large enthusiastic turnout.
Najib’s ‘janji ditepati’ is a big lie: it has fallen flat like capati, writes Tota.
The Court must fulfil its responsibility to right an injustice, no matter how difficult or divisive the issues are, asserts Ragunath Kesavan.
In an open letter, Yeo Yang Poh exhorts Malaysian to move forward and make a change to improve our nation while we can.
We have seen the BN ads in the mass media portraying the opposition parties in a sinister light. Tota now shares with us his thoughts on what the BN stands for.
Xavier Jayakumar condemns the torching of his daughter’s car last night – an act of desperation.
Actual data shows online media has most balanced coverage, contrary to pro-Opposition allegations, reports A Asohan.
The Star and its masters would be absolutely foolish to think that Malaysians are taken up with all their crappy advertisements, writes Pro-Change.
Any realistic civil servant of limited means and a young family to feed probably won’t fail to recognise this ‘homes for votes’ offer as a bouquet of paper roses from the PM, says Rakyat Jelata.