This video is created to divide us. Resist it; come together across race and religious divides.
A commentary on the SIS book ban case which essentially questions the legitimacy of books bans.
Court of Appeal judgment upholding decision to overturn ban on Sisters in Islam Book.
Hafidzi Razali examines local steps taken to stop baby dumping in the country.
Azira Aziz takes another look at Muslim interfaith marriages.
How do we mature as a society if the higher-ups slap on “parental guidance” on everything?
Morality, especially in dating, should be uphold whether religious or secular-based.
Dina Zaman examines Islamic marriages considered illegal in Malaysia
Kepentingannya Sebuah Negara menjadi Negara Islam ‘Islamic State’
Lord Bobo explains judicial review, and ponders Islamic sex. Yes indeed.
Two lawyers disputed common political claims that Malaysia is an Islamic state.
Football! Religion Man! Batal puasa!
Democracy is not about the submission of the minority to the views of the majority.
Oleh Azira Aziz.
Hadil El-Khouly’s stories of brave activists fighting for truth and justice.
Eric Choo analyses the recent Kedah entertainment ban, as fingers pointed at various parties.
A letter on the fundamental principal of separation between the church/mosque and state.
This week, His Supreme Eminenceness regales readers about the presumption of innocence, and how you too can be a Jedi.
As far as Andrew Voon’s concerned, Sarawak’s where you can still find the true essence of what’s Malaysia – acceptance, living together and respecting each other – alive and thriving. And if West Malaysia wants to forget that, then that’s its problem. Just don’t drag us East Malaysians down that narrow path with it.