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We lost what little we had

We lost what little we had

An exhibition on the Iranian student uprising reminds Pepper Lim of the same struggles in Malaysia

How Protest Made Me A Malaysian

How Protest Made Me A Malaysian

Is living in fear a Malaysian Way of Life?

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Freeing ourselves from the ISA

Freeing ourselves from the ISA

Following the anti-ISA demonstrations in August, another anti-ISA protest took place in London on Saturday, 30 October. Recounting the August event, a LoyarBurokker in London reminds us why all of us should continue denouncing the ISA.

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Taib Mahmud treated to a Cultural Performance by Protesters at Oxford

Taib Mahmud treated to a Cultural Performance by Protesters at Oxford

Only 3% of Sarawak’s forests remain but Chief Minister Taib Mahmud is still here – since 1981. He was slated to give the opening address at the Inaugural Oxford Global Islamic Branding and Marketing Forum. Instead, he was greeted by placards and protesters.

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Lawyers To Deliver Memorandum of Protest To IGP – 31 March 2010, 12pm

Lawyers To Deliver Memorandum of Protest To IGP – 31 March 2010, 12pm

In response to lawyer, Amer Hamzah Arshad being manhadled and briefly arrested by police outside court last week, come Wednesday 31st March at 12pm, lawyers will deliver a Memorandum of Protest to the IGP at Bukit Aman. All are welcome to join in this peaceful protest against police brutality and preventive detention laws.

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GMI should thank police

GMI, thank the police – you would never have got this kind of publicity with a proper police force cognizant of their role in a democracy.

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