Full Comment’s Araminta Wordsworth brings you a daily round-up of quality punditry from across the globe. Today: There seems to be no end to the Malaysian political establishment’s vindictiveness toward Anwar Ibrahim. 793 more words
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This is just one day before the news of the missing MAS’s MH370 shocked the nation. How sad it is to see justice is not being served.
May Allah eases everything.
All throughout my day I was basically bombarded with articles on Anwar Ibrahim’s re-arrest.
They’ve expressed a lot of concerns and frustrations over it, saying things like how corruption is now rampant and the government is involved in a conspiracy plot so Anwar wouldn’t win the Selangor seat and that’s why they decided to distract us (as we are easily distracted) with news of Ultraman being banned. 602 more words
“I would like to urge the followers of Pakatan Rakyat to remain calm in dealing with the news of the five-year jail sentence imposed on Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and ask of them to not make any rash decisions”.
Anwar Ibrahim lebih mengancam sekiranya dia berada didalam penjara – inilah pendapat umum mengenai Anwar.
Adakah ini bermakna Anwar akan ‘dikorbankan’ oleh pemimpin PKR demi PKR dan PR?
At 5pm today, Federal Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim was found guilty of sodomy by the Court of Appeal and subsequently sentenced to five years jail. Judge Datuk Balia Yusof Wahi allowed a stay on sentencing pending an appeal, and granted bail of RM10,000. 543 more words