A man wronged (Part 2)

It is unbelievable how evil forces can conspire, lie and cheat in order to remove a man who was perceived to be a threat...

Workers, know your rights

K George points out that Malaysian workers are often unaware of labour law provisions and goes on to enlighten them about their basic rights.In...

Let the truth about the 1988 Judicial Crisis surface

What happened in 1988 has been consistently described, both domestically and internationally, as a judicial crisis.  This by itself cries out for a truthful...

Nazri, here are the new facts

Former Lord President Tun Salleh Abas lobs new facts on the 1988 Judicial Crisis for Minister Nazri Aziz to deal with. Nazri had said...

Food, fun and learning

On a lighter note, Khoo Boo Teik reviews a book on a subject close to our hearts – or rather stomachs: Penang food, one...

The Pope and the legend of the sword

The fallout from the Pope's remarks, quoting a medieval emperor, about Islam continues to be felt. Uri Avnery asks three questions: Why did the...


Anil Netto dives into the Auditor General’s Report, and discovers that ‘goodwill’ has its price: RM4 billion over four years, to be exact. A...

A season of shame for the USA

Wong Soak Koon is troubled by events in the United States, where many seem to be willing to condone a shameless disregard for due...

Aliran Monthly 26: 8 editor’s note

Our cover story focuses on Khairy Jamaluddin, a man of many ‘talents’. But who is the real Khairy? Were he not the premier’s son-in-law,...

Nazri, Cabinet not interested in justice

P Ramakrishnan wonders whether the powers-that-be are afraid that the truth about the 1988 Judicial Crisis will expose all those who pretend to stand...

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