Valuable lessons can be learnt from other societies where humanity towards people with disabilities is not a ‘one-off’ but a way of life. Angeline Loh reports from Ireland.
Angeline Loh reviews a book about Nazi atrocities that warns us to be vigilant about the dangers of neofascism.
Xenophobia against foreign workers is reminiscent of a typical BN tactic of using racial issues to distract attention from more vital issues at hand, says Angeline Loh.
A democracy that only looks real from the outside is nothing short of counterfeit, says Angeline Loh.
What really is the motive for the irresponsible secrecy by the BN on a real national security issue in Sabah, wonders Angeline Loh.
Unfortunately, the government will not guarantee the safety of those in conflict zones if they arrive in Malaysia as asylum seekers and refugees, laments Angeline Loh.
The State and its machinery must be made accountable for all unjustified violence, says Angeline Loh.
Far away from their homeland, the Rohingyas in Malaysia can only wring their hands in despair over the agonising hardships faced by their families at home, writes Angeline Loh.
If Malaysians are determined to get out of our communal rut, we have to learn to respect one another, individually and as communities of various ethnicities and faiths, observes Angeline Loh.
No priority is given to those who have chosen the most eco-friendly, non-polluting and healthy means of travel, laments Angeline Loh.