Academic, religious scholar knock ruling on ‘Allah’ ban

An academic and a religious scholar have reacted with incredulity towards the Court of Appeal’s ruling that the word Allah was exclusive to Muslims....

4400 Burmese in immigrant detention centres

Why were Burmese migrants leaving Malaysia? Was it because they had been the targets of violence in several incidents? Or was it due to...

Penghijrahan doktor kerajaan ke swasta menjejaskan kualiti rawatan

Kewujudan lebih banyak hospital swasta menjadikan masalah ini lebih rungsing kerana menarik keluar lebih ramai pakar kerajaan, ujar Dr Jeyakumar Devaraj. Butiran 010400 Perancangan...

Minimum wage: 500 workers picket at Johor factory

The RM900 minimum wage should be based on basic wages (normal working hours, eight hours per day), and before taking into account overtime, other...

GE13: Have you noticed any irregularities?

According to the EC, BN won a simple majority of seats in Parliament despite numerous allegations of electoral fraud. As soon as the results...

Sanjeevan assassination attempt: Big elephant in the room

What has become of our country? How much longer should Malaysians live in such insecurity, wonders Steven Sim. The country is shocked by the...

Mahathir is no Mandela

The attempt by Dr Mahathir Mohamad to wring some scraps of reputation and standing from a person of the stature of Mandela was sickening,...

Malaysian PM caught up in murder, bribery scandal

Persistent allegations could harm the ruling party's poll chances, writes Lindsay Murdoch of The Age, as news of the Altantuya murder scandal reaches foreign...

When an imam goes to church …

See what happens when an imam from a mosque in Tahrir Square visited a neighbouring church to join in the Christmas celebrations. Wouldn't it...

Islamist conservatism in Malaysia

Internalised in the Malay-Muslim psyche as a factor of Malay ethnocentric politics, Islam in Malaysia has been reduced to a political tool to ensure...

Pak Samad tells voters to oust BN

Bersih 2.0 co-chairman Datuk A. Samad Said openly called on voters on 6 April 2013 to support the opposition and use this “once chance”...

Press freedom: Malaysia lags behind Brunei, Timor Leste

Brunei and Timor Leste have a much better global press freedom ranking than Malaysia. That says a lot about the Malaysian media. Brunei, Timor...

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