Insecurities over the Allah controversy can be overcome by nurturing wisdom through religous education that projects great emotional intellectualism and depth, says Syerleena Abdul Rashid.
The controversy over the Malay Bibles should have been resolved with the 10-point solution – but there has been no political will, says Tommy Thomas.
We need the best brains in the land and the Bar Council to hold a watching brief at the Federal Court to protect the constitutional rights of all Malaysians, says Ronnie Ooi.
In our cover story, P Ramakrishnan says the BN government appears to be preparing the ground for GE14 by introducing repressive new laws to tighten the screws on any potential challenge to its rule.
The Christian community in Malaysia is gravely dismayed and very disappointed by the decision of the Court of Appeal to uphold the power of the Minister to ban the use of the word Allah...
Several independent UN human rights experts have urged the Malaysian government to reverse its decision to ban the Herald from using the word Allah, reports the UN News Centre.