By prolonging this travesty of justice, the KDN and the Attorney General’s Chambers have breached internationally accepted principles, reports Tan Jo Hann.
If self-righteousness that demeans others is the frame into which political Islam in Malaysia will now proceed, then we are in for some troubling years ahead, reflects Ahmad Fuad Rahmat.
Shenaaz Khan is repulsed by how quickly the authorities took action against a Muslim dog-trainer, who landed up in the lock-up for 24 hours before being released.
What the fundamentalists fear is not so much the idea of liberal Muslims trying to “secularise Islam”, but rather, of their “Islamising secularism”, says Mohamed Imran Mohamed Taib.
Dr Ahmad Farouk Musa calls upon the government to stop the intimidation and persecution of Shias and to allow them to practise their faith.
Tan Jo Hann finds the harassment and intimidation of NGOs to be uncalled for and highly disrespectful of basic rights.
As another round of talks for the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) began yet again behind closed doors, Badan Bertindak Bantah TPPA issued a joint statement expressing their position and the grave concerns that they have as Malaysians.
Bentangkan rundingan TPPA untuk debat di Parlimen. Itulah seruan 37 badan-badan bukan kerajaan dalam suatu memorandum yang diserahkan kepada kerajaan.
The Observatory for the Protection of Human Rights Defenders has condemned the ongoing harassment of Komas members following a film screening about the Sri Lankan civil war.
Charles Hector was taken aback when a Home Ministry investigation officer dropped by at his home yesterday to record a statement.