Fools, fanatics and wise men

Let us all embrace the diversity of our fellow Malaysians by allowing them to exercise their beliefs without sacrificing our own, writes Faisal S...

Faith in discord

The desire to promote an image of being “more Islamic” than others has resulted in a certain strand of Islam being aggressively promoted, observes...

On the Rohingyas and Aliran’s Crackdown Watch

While we cannot ignore the plight of the Rohingyas, we should not also forget the plight of Malaysians who are experiencing the brunt of...

Why the indecent haste in making laws?

What we witnessed in Parliament recently suggests that the process of democratisation in Malaysia has slowed down if not gone into reverse gear, observes...
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A real alternative: Jeremy Corbyn’s strong showing has lessons for Pakatan

If Malaysia's opposition parties want to reach Putrajaya, they must put forward to voters a real alternative platform of policy change that captures the...

MH370: Still an unsolved mystery

Millions of ringgit have been spent in the search for the missing plane, but it has been fruitless, says Henry Loh. A few days...

Distracted by notorious videos, Malaysia must tackle unresolved issues

Henry Loh reminds the government to prioritise the poor and marginalised, and uphold justice and truth at all times.

Why hasn’t Najib sued WSJ?

Instead of making things so much worse for himself and the country by blocking websites, sacking critics and going after them, the prime minister...

1MDB scandal haunts Najib’s office ahead of general election

As the general election approaches, many are keen to know if the 1MDB scandal would cost the ruling coalition votes, writes Ngu Ik Tien....

Are we proud of the way we react to issues of race and religion?

Fathers' Day should be more than just celebrating the contributions and sacrifices of fathers; it should also be an auspicious moment for self-reflection, says...

A Requeim for Pakatan Rakyat?

In these trying times, genuinely concerned politicians who love the nation should perhaps look to some of the towering Malaysians and uphold the values...

In search of… elusive change in Malaysia

The opposition in Malaysia needs to form a solid coalition if it is seriously thinking of challenging the BN, writes Faisal S Hazis. Although talk...

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