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Moderates must speak up before country is destroyed We the moderates must speak up now before it’s too late. We must not let the future generation say that the majority who are moderates and liberal have allowed the few who are extremists and narrow minded to destroy the country. Tan Sri Mohd Sheriff bin Mohd Kassim, Free Malaysia Today Historians have noted...

M. Bakri Musa The Malay community’s underdevelopment is not confined to only one or two areas, for example, the often cited and very obvious spheres of economics and education. On the contrary Malay underdevelopment is widespread, to include especially our understanding of our faith Islam. I do not mean to shock by my assertion. Rather this state of affair is...

We can see from here that Umno is indeed desperate for votes at this stage, and would not worry about any far-flung effects that may arise from this impromptu announcement, including accentuated polarization among Malaysians. Lim Sue Goan, Sin Chew Daily The deadline to hold the 14th general election is less than a year from now, and the situation today is the...

By Lim Sue Goan The acceptance of former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad by the opposition camp has sparked an endless stream of controversies. International financial publication, The Economist has even questioned whether Pakatan Harapan is unable to find another leader better than him. This is a tragic development in Malaysia’s politics whereby an old generation political leader is back in the...

Lim had apparently committed a faux pas. Husam used to be a rising star in PAS but his political career has nose-dived. Everyone in Kelantan knows that he is persona non grata with the palace. The prospect of Husam becoming the next Mentri Besar is almost as tricky as making Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim the next Prime Minister. Joceline Tan,...

While many have commented on PAS as a political party, PAS sees itself primarily as an Islamic movement. For PAS, its actual roles are divided into three: propagating Islam (da’wah), educating members (tarbiyah) and taking part in politics (siyasah). Hence being a political party is only one-third of its activities and it is not the sole priority. Wan Saiful Wan...

Johor Bahru MP Shahrir Samad who supported the so-called Team B during the Umno infighting in 1987, had been previously reported as saying that corruption, nepotism and the widening wealth gap were not by-products of the New Economic Policy (NEP), but Mahathir’s leadership. By Lim Sue Goan The government has set up a royal commission of inquiry into the US$10 billion...

The next general election will be taking place in a world that has not been this uncertain since Sept 11, 2001.   Joceline Tan, The Star REPORTERS at The Star were told to try and clear their leave in the first half of the year. The editors are expecting the 14th general election (GE14) to be called towards the second half of the...

In a civil suit, unlike a criminal trial, the burden of proof is lower, only the “preponderance of evidence” and not “beyond reasonable doubt.” The burden of proof also shifts from the plaintiff to the defendant. Meaning, the owners have to prove that the funds they used to purchase those assets were untainted. It would be very difficult to...

If all the bowing, kneeling, chanting and pilgrimages do not make a difference to daily life or produce peace loving people, then what is the point? Rev Dr Clarence Devadass (Visiting Fellow at the Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge, UK), The Malaysian Insight THE recent incident of the man whose repeated honking during Friday prayers that led to an altercation...

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