Where can you visit a church, a Buddhist temple, a mosque, a Gurdwara and a Hindu temple within walking distance of each other? In Malaysia, you can. Malaysia is known for being one of the most diverse countries in Asia. It is home to people of different races and cultural backgrounds, and Malaysians are free […]
Announcement for role as the Project Officer for a “National Consultation on Media Freedom and the Proposed Establishment of a Media Council” The Centre for Independent Journalism (CIJ) and the Malaysian Centre for Constitutionalism and Human Rights (MCCHR) are looking for a Project Officer to assist them to carry out an activity, namely, the National […]
The Malaysian Centre for Constitutionalism and Human Rights (MCCHR) a.k.a Pusat Rakyat LoyarBurok (mcchr.org) is a community-based organisation based in Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur. Established in March 2011, its mission is to promote and protect human rights in Malaysia in accordance with established international human rights principles, treaties and law. The MCCHR carries out a number […]
Dear Loyarburokkers (this time, only Loyarburokkers who are members of the Malaysian Bar), Hear ye hear ye! Lord Bobo calls upon thee to participate in the Best Survey in the World – ‘LAWYERS: ACCESS TO JUSTICE: CHALLENGING PRO BONO IN MALAYSIA’. We trust that all you readers of the blawg know how much we value […]
In an earlier article, Is Indira’s battle finally coming to an end?, I summarized the submissions of the appellant’s lawyers delivered to the Federal Court on 14th and 15th November. The hearing continued on 28th November 2016 with the submissions of Muhammad Riduan’s lawyer Hatim Musa, the State Legal Advisor Rohana Abdul Malek and Senior […]
We’re back (though we’ve never been gone).
Cassandra Chung reviews The Wrong Enemy by Carlotta Gall. Set in the aftermath 9/11, when Americans started their attack on Afghanistan in the hopes of crippling Osama bin Laden’s extremist movement, Gall goes into the role of Pakistan in the Afghan-American war, emphasising the country’s funding of Muslim extremists, most notably the Taliban and Al-Qaeda. […]
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Here are image files of the Prime Minister’s actual letter to the Christian Federation of Malaysia regarding the 10 point solution brokered by Dato Sri Idris Jala in April 2011 regarding the use of “Allah” in Malay Bibles, and the distribution of the Al Kitab.
Resident movie critic, Wai dissects the worst of 2013 cinema.
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Despite Lord Bobo’s most recent disappearance, we at LoyarBurok HQ have managed — after hours upon hours of investigative research — to capture a glimpse of our elusive overlord.
The most-read posts on this awesome blawg last year!
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Respons Lord Bobo melalui Liberal Banter Sdn Bhd terhadap artikel NST bertarikh 21 September 2012.
Lord Bobo through Liberal Banter Sdn Bhd responds to NST’s 21 September 2012 article.