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G25 wants to meet Malay Rulers to review Islamic laws

August 15, 2015

COMMENT: The G25? I thought my friends have disbanded and I am wrong. So, keep pushing until you get results. But stop barking at the Prime Minister since you are not getting his attention. 797 more words

Politics

PAS Dissidents form Gerakan Harapan Baru

July 13, 2015

PAS Dissidents form Gerakan Harapan Baru

by BERNAMA@www.freemalaysiatoday.com

COMMENT: It is time we move away from race and religion as the ideological bases of politics in Malaysia. 477 more words

Politics

Culture--The Social Glue and Identity

July 7, 2015

Culture–The Social Glue and Identity

by Dr. M. Bakri Musa, Morgan-Hill, California

Every group of humans whether dwelling in the same cave or working for the same corporation must share some common goals, values, and worldview, as well as everyday routine practices. 959 more words

Civil Society Issues

Kassim Ahmad: Hudud Law, Again!

July 3, 2015

Please note that this article appeared in this blog sometime ago, March 23, 2015 to be exact. It is worth repeating since it explains hudud law clearly. 933 more words

Politics

Gerakan Youth demurs Hadi Awang’s claim on Hudud is God’s Law Andy Yong: Drawing analogy on those who opposed as dogs barking is utterly disrespectful (29.6.15)

Comments by PAS’s President Hadi Awang who claimed that Hudud is God’s Law and drew an anology of those who opposed it are equivalent to dogs and wolf barking drawn the ire of Gerakan Youth Deputy Chairman, Andy Yong Kim Seng saying that it is utterly disrespectful and undemocratic in the Malaysian society. 363 more words

Gerakan Selangor

Hudud Dude

Personally, I’m against the implementation of Hudud law in this country. It’s not that I don’t like Islam, I just don’t trust the ones who’s gonna enforce it. 401 more words

Opinion

PAS Dissidents (G-18): Rejection by Ulama Faction is a Blessing in Disguise

June 22, 2015

COMMENT:  Once I thought (in 2008)  my friends in PAS like  Mat Sabu, Khalid Samad, Dr. Dzul, Salahuddin Ayub  and others in the newly constituted G-18 represented the best hope for a more inclusive and progressive force in PAS. 753 more words

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