Hudud row threatens to split Pakatan in Sarawak

Anna Chidambar

So the Sarawak DAP wants to get out of Pakatan Rakyat if PAS insists on working with the federal government to implement hudud in Kelantan. 538 more words

Anak Sarawak Bangsa Malaysia

Najib playing his cards right

Mkini

While the world was busy preparing statements and meeting the press to slam Russia, it was the prime minister of a developing country with a population of 29 million who (1) established contact with Alexander Borodai, who is in command of the crash site (2) secured the bodies and the black boxes (3) received permission to access the crash site with safety guaranteed for the independent international investigators. 475 more words

Anak Sarawak Bangsa Malaysia

‘Stop the dam, we live here, we’ll die here’

The Borneo Post

Ask Long San folk about the proposed Baram Hydroelectricity (HEP) dam project and the majority of them will tell you they are strongly against it… 589 more words

Anak Sarawak Bangsa Malaysia

Can Najib be expected to show competent leadership?

Ng Kee Seng

Of course the Barisan Nasional-controlled mainstream print and electronic media would go to town with The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) report on July 20 titled “Flight 17 Gives Malaysia’s Najib a Second Chance to Show Leadership”. 674 more words

Anak Sarawak Bangsa Malaysia

Sabah, Sarawak top on Anwar’s revamp plan if Pakatan captures Putrajaya

DESMOND DAVIDSON

Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has outlined a seven-point plan if Pakatan Rakyat captured Putrajaya, focusing on ties between the federal and state governments, particularly between Sabah and Sarawak. 524 more words

Anak Sarawak Bangsa Malaysia

What the Quran says about Jews and Christians

Ro Waseem

A common misconception about the Quran is that it promotes hatred of Jews and Christians, and asks Muslims to not be friends with them. 1,058 more words

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Ex-CJ: Islam under threat in DAP-ruled Penang

Mkini

Former chief justice Abdul Hamid Mohamad has highlighted the problems faced by Muslims in Penang, which he warned could spread if left unchecked.

Among others, he said a former Penang mufti told him that it was difficult to secure allocations for Islamic activities in the state as various religious groups wanted their fair share. 741 more words

Anak Sarawak Bangsa Malaysia