For seven long years, Indira Gandhi has fought for judicial remedy concerning the unilateral conversion of her three children. After many ups and downs, the case went into its final round before the Federal Court on 14th and 15th November 2016. What has happened so far? Before discussing the events on 14th and 15th November, […]
Uncovering the burkini ban in France
Read Aston Paiva’s full paper on Syariah in Malaysia
The Human Rights Resource Centre (HRRC) and Global Movement of Moderates (GMM) Foundation will be hosting a session on freedom of religion in ASEAN during the ASEAN People’s Forum 2015, 24 April 2015, 2 – 4 p.m; Session 49, Conference Room B, 2nd Floor Wisma MCA, Kuala Lumpur. The HRRC will present some key findings of its […]
What did we learn from Kelantan’s latest syariah foray?
A review of the Ahmadiyah case by Pauline Ting, forever intern of Pusat Rakyat LB. For months, the lawyers prepared the necessary papers; applicants were interviewed, most of them refugees from other countries. These refugees came to Malaysia hoping that things will get better in a new country. Malaysia, claiming to be a moderate Islamic […]
Pepper Lim tells a tale of eating and drinking.
Tamir Moustafa dissects and distils one of his learned academic articles.
The World’s Most Powerful Apostate and the Fallacy of Malaysia’s ‘Islamic Justice’
Azira Aziz asks fellow Muslims to open their eyes.
The 50-page PDF Outline Submissions and Leave Questions
A brief comment on the Court of Appeal’s judgment in the Allah case.
Philip Koh teases out the theological-political implications of the Allah issue.
Roger Tan’s exegesis on the law of religious propagation in Malaysia
Views from an international human rights lawyer.
Azman W argues against the recent religious propaganda on the ‘Allah’ issue.
The JAIS civil servants must be disciplined and the MB must apologize
They can stop you propagating, but cannot stop you using the word at all
King Chai calls on Malaysians to just sit down, breathe, and think for a minute.