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GPS vows to defend and preserve Sarawak’s religious tolerance amid govt’s...

Sixty-five civil society groups representing different communities nationwide have also urged the prime minister to withdraw the government’s appeal.

Putrajaya files appeal against “Allah” court ruling

Putrajaya has filed an appeal against the high court ruling that Christians can use the word “Allah” in their religious education and books.

Jeffrey Kitingan calls for unity amid court ruling on “Allah” issue

Parti Solidariti Tanah Airku (STAR) says the court ruling on the use of the word 'Allah' in Christian publications has enabled the country to put the issue to rest.

Baru Bian: Umno, PAS will exploit “Allah” ruling to gain popularity...

UMNO and PAS will latch on to the High Court judgment that non-Muslims can use the word “Allah” to refer to God, to gain popularity in the next general election.

Hamzah asks Malaysians to trust in court system, not speculate about...

Hamzah Zainudin cautioned today against conjecture over the ruling invalidating the government’s 1986 ban on Christian publications using the word “Allah”.

Sarawak deputy chief minister tells Umno, PAS not to interfere with...

The Muafakat Nasional (MN) Consultative Committee has urged that the High Court’s ruling on the use of the Islamic words be referred to the Court of Appeal.

G25 concerned with govt’s ‘paranoia’ against Sajat

The G25 group has spoken out about the recent news of local authorities seeking the extradition of Nur Sajat.

Sarawak Report editor: Arrest warrant won’t work in UK

No intention of coming to Malaysia to face criminal defamation charge.

Hamzah: Still no new leads on forced disappearance cases, Indira Gandhi’s ex-husband’s whereabouts

The police still have no fresh leads on their investigations on the forced disappearances of Raymond Koh, Joshua Helmi, Ruth Sitepu and Amri Che Mat,

PH presidential council: MACC chief should go on leave pending case against 3 top...

MACC chief Azam Baki should be placed on temporary leave pending investigations over allegations of abuse of power and misappropriation of funds involving officers.

Guan Eng’s trial: Court told of Lim’s meetings with Zarul

A witness from a company which also bid for the project but lost claims BUCG enjoyed an advantage over competitors when bidding for the four Penang mega projects.

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