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  • Crossphobia from an Islamic perspective — Hilman Fikri Azman

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    Crossphobia from an Islamic perspective — Hilman Fikri Azman

    JANUARY 18 — Considerable controversy has broken out over a building in Jelutong, Penang whose lights seem to show a large cross — inciting once again debate about religious...

  • Rental ads: Three races' company — Ikmal Rozlan

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    Rental ads: Three races' company — Ikmal Rozlan

    JANUARY 19 — In 2016, I had decided to move to Petaling Jaya to pursue my studies and of course, my first priority was finding accommodation. A quick Google search led to many...

  • Palm oil and food security issues — Kuo Yong Kooi

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    Palm oil and food security issues — Kuo Yong Kooi

  • Spell out the Pharmacy Bill details — Narinder Pal Singh

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    Spell out the Pharmacy Bill details — Narinder Pal Singh

  • Justice: The way forward — Dana A. Wazani

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    Justice: The way forward — Dana A. Wazani

  • Brexit: A lesson in democracy from the mother of Parliaments — Geoffrey Williams

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    Brexit: A lesson in democracy from the mother of Parliaments — Geoffrey Williams

  • Does Malaysia need hate speech laws? — Ambiga Sreenevasan and Ding Jo-Ann

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    Does Malaysia need hate speech laws? — Ambiga Sreenevasan and Ding Jo-Ann

  • The 'cross,' and our divided nation — Gooi Hsiao Leung

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    The 'cross,' and our divided nation — Gooi Hsiao Leung

  • What the King’s abdication means for Malaysia — Norshahril Saat

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    What the King’s abdication means for Malaysia — Norshahril Saat

  • Was Pakatan Harapan’s ‘duit minyak’ an election offence? — Zoe Randhawa

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    Was Pakatan Harapan’s ‘duit minyak’ an election offence? — Zoe Randhawa

  • The Look East policy and the rule of law — M. Santhananaban

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    The Look East policy and the rule of law — M. Santhananaban

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  • EC’s report on redelineation to the ex-PM unconstitutional — Puthan Perumal

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    EC’s report on redelineation to the ex-PM unconstitutional — Puthan Perumal

    JANUARY 11 — Currently, the Election Commission (EC) headed by the new chairman is looking into the constitutionality of the just completed redelineation exercise carried out...

  • Rebuttal to anti-palm oil arguments — Wong Ang Peng

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    Rebuttal to anti-palm oil arguments — Wong Ang Peng

    JANUARY 11 — It is obvious that the western edible oil industry had launched a concerted campaign against palm oil. It started with criticism against deforestation and...

  • Are PH leaders still in an ‘opposition mindset’ for openly criticising ourselves? — Khoo Poay Tiong

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    Are PH leaders still in an ‘opposition mindset’ for openly criticising ourselves? — Khoo Poay Tiong

    JANUARY 11 — As we can observe from the past few months, Pakatan Harapan (PH) elected representatives and leaders have not shied away from openly criticising their fellow...

  • In reply to 'Say no to stupid' — Christine Figgener

    1 week ago

    In reply to 'Say no to stupid' — Christine Figgener

    JANUARY 10 — Dear Dr Neoh, I have read with great interest your article “Say no to stupid” in the Malay Mail, which in my opinion is a poorly researched and hostile article,...

  • Repeal Sedition Act, halt investigations — CIJ Malaysia

    1 week ago

    Repeal Sedition Act, halt investigations — CIJ Malaysia

    JANUARY 10 — The Centre for Independent Journalism (CIJ) Malaysia is concerned over the use of the Sedition Act to arrest three individuals for posting comments on social media...

  • China, Islam and the Middle Way Forward — Rais Hussin

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    China, Islam and the Middle Way Forward — Rais Hussin

    JANUARY 9 — Some news streaming out from China, especially those pertaining to Islam, have been nothing short of scandalous. The news are not coming from Radio Free China, which...

  • Freedom to fear — Christine SK Lai

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    Freedom to fear — Christine SK Lai

    JANUARY 9 — There’s something disconcerting about a democracy that cultivates fear in the name of equal rights. Somebody shoots off his/her mouth carelessly on social media...

  • How about ‘Say no to stupid’? — Neoh SL

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    How about ‘Say no to stupid’? — Neoh SL

    JANUARY 9 — Christine Figgener, a PhD student of Texas A&M University, published a video on August 2015 that has since garnered 33 million views. In it, a turtle was shown...

  • Invalid reasons to ban palm oil — Tiow Weng Theong

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    Invalid reasons to ban palm oil — Tiow Weng Theong

    JANUARY 9 — The unfavourable view on palm oil stems from its alleged claims that it brings negative impacts on climate change, the environment, and biodiversity protection. As...

  • ART suggestion lacks proven track record — Joshua Woo

    1 week ago

    ART suggestion lacks proven track record — Joshua Woo

    JANUARY 9 — My previous article posits seven reasons why the Light-Rail Transit (LRT) beats the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) and Autonomous Rail Rapid Transit (ART) as a better...

  • Where’s the 'meddling' in the affairs of Lembaga Tabung Haji by the Minister of Finance? — Hafiz Hassan

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    Where’s the 'meddling' in the affairs of Lembaga Tabung Haji by the Minister of Finance? — Hafiz Hassan

    JAN 8 — I am intrigued by rivals-turned-ally Umno and PAS planned protest against the alleged “meddling” of the Ministry of Finance in Lembaga Tabung Haji’s (LTH) affairs....

  • Don’t arrest people for criticising DAP reps — CIJ Malaysia

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    Don’t arrest people for criticising DAP reps — CIJ Malaysia

    JANUARY 8 — The Centre for Independent Journalism (CIJ) Malaysia is disturbed by reports that a PAS member from Sibu has been arrested for criticising four DAP representatives....

  • Penang should improve existing public transport system before committing to LRT — Jackie Moey

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    Penang should improve existing public transport system before committing to LRT — Jackie Moey

    JANUARY 7 — In reference to the article by Joshua Woo Sze Zeng on the Seven reasons why LRT plan in Penang beats BRT and ART, my view is that the state government needs to...

  • Chief Secretary’s remarks on civil service reshuffle are reassuring — M. Santhananaban

    1 week ago

    Chief Secretary’s remarks on civil service reshuffle are reassuring — M. Santhananaban

    JANUARY 7 — The Chief Secretary, Datuk Seri Dr Ismail Bakar’s assurance that transfers within the highest echelons of the Civil Service had nothing to do with political...

  • Why Isma’s campaign to recognise Malaysia as an Islamic State is a no-brainer — Ahmad Farouk Musa

    1 week ago

    Why Isma’s campaign to recognise Malaysia as an Islamic State is a no-brainer — Ahmad Farouk Musa

    JANUARY 7 — We read about the campaign by Isma to gather one million signatures in support of its claim of “Malaysia Negara Islam” or Malaysia an Islamic state. But the main...

  • Two scenarios on the UEC ― Hafidz Baharom

    1 week ago

    Two scenarios on the UEC ― Hafidz Baharom

    JANUARY 5 ― The debate for Malaysia to recognise the United Examination Certificate (UEC) has gone on for some time ― probably for the past four years or more. Those proposing...

  • Seven reasons why the LRT plan in Penang beats BRT and ART — Joshua Woo Sze Zeng

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    Seven reasons why the LRT plan in Penang beats BRT and ART — Joshua Woo Sze Zeng

    JANUARY 5 — Since the Light-Rail Transit (LRT) project in Penang was first unveiled in 2015, a small group of people have objected against it. Although the objections have been...

  • Please ensure ‘special needs’ education does not destroy children’s lives — Ravinder Singh

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    Please ensure ‘special needs’ education does not destroy children’s lives — Ravinder Singh

    JANUARY 4 — Deputy Education Minister Teo Nie Ching’s stand on the ministry’s “zero reject policy”, i.e. that no special needs child should be left out of mainstream...

  • Inclusion, not integration — National Early Childhood Intervention Council

    2 weeks ago

    Inclusion, not integration — National Early Childhood Intervention Council

    JANUARY 4 — The National Early Childhood Intervention Council (Necic) welcomes comments by Deputy Education Minister Teo Nie Ching on MoE’s “Zero Reject Policy” and...