Granddaughter: Tunku Would Not Be Happy as Country Drifts Towards Race-Based...

Remembering Tunku as a skilful leader who went to great lengths to push for the unified Malaysia he dreamed of.

Senior Cops: Zakir Is “Poison” to Malaysia

As police continue their investigations into Zakir Naik, many senior officers at Bukit Aman feel that the controversial preacher is “poison” to the country’s multiracial society.

Rafidah: How Long Are We Going to Use Crutches?

Rafidah Aziz asserted that bumiputras must move forward and not be engrossed with the special privileges given to them.

Race-Based Politics for Another Two GEs

Malaysia will not be able to get away from identity or race-based politics for at least another two general elections.

A Dark Day for Malaysia, Women’s Rights

Rozana Isa, executive director of SIS, says the High Court decision which has upheld the fatwa against SIS represents a dark day for Malaysia.

We Thought Our Lives Would Change for the Better

No real changes which have positively affected the lives of the rakyat.

Weeping for Malaysia

Dennis Ignatius laments the dream we once cherished is no more.

Ambiga: We Thought They Were Different

Ambiga Sreenevasan said she can understand how Malaysians feel with regard to the Pakatan Harapan administration.

Patriot: We Have Wasted 15 Months Bickering on Race and Religion

Politicians must stop harping on race and religion and start working on economic reforms, including eradicating poverty completely.

Kadir: People Also Voted Against Royal Interference in Last GE

Johor, which is the birthplace of Umno, was among the states which fell to PH in the last GE.

Why Did We Protect Zakir Naik This Long?

The last thing we need is someone like Zakir Naik going around creating unnecessary racial tension.

Why Empower a Demagogue Like Zakir Naik?

Former ambassador Dennis Ignatius on the controversial preacher’s growing influence over the nation.

So What Was the Real Reasoning Behind the Jawi Issue?

Was the implementatin of khat done with a sincere intention or was there some other sinister reason behind it?

Daim: We Failed Because of Education Ministry’s “Misplaced Priorities”

The Education Ministry’s misplaced priorities are to be blamed for Malaysia lagging behind in the digitisation of industries,

Warning to PH – Voters Watching Your Priorities for GE15

PH stands to be a one-term government if it doesn’t get its priorities right.


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