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rest in power Aleesha Farhana

4 years ago on 30th July 2011, Aleesha Farhana died of a heart attack and depression following a painful legal battle to just to be herself. 123 more words

Transgender

'Mak Nyah' witch-hunt fear

Council raises concern transgender persecution may increase discrimination
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2012 – 12:47
by Hamzah Nazari
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KUALA LUMPUR

A RECENT case in Negri Sembilan where four transgender persons lost their case when challenging a ban on Muslim men dressing and posing as women could spark a witch-hunt by the authorities against the community, the Malaysian AIDS Council (MAC) said. 497 more words

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Regional groups back transgender 4

Leven Woon | October 18, 2012

Some 21 local and regional rights groups have hit out at the Seremban High Court verdict last week.

PETALING JAYA: A Seremban High Court’s verdict last week against four Muslim transgenders dressing up in women’s clothes has drawn flak from local and regional rights groups. 388 more words

Transgender

Golongan transgender juga mempunyai hak!

Kami daripada komuniti transgender sangat kecewa dengan keputusan berkenaan semakan kehakiman seksyen 66 dalam Enakmen Jenayah Syariah 1992 (Negeri Sembilan) yang diberikan oleh Hakim Datuk Siti Mariah Ahmad pada Oktober 11 2012 di Makhamah Tinggi Seremban. 1,663 more words

Transgender

Transgender people have rights too!

We, the transgender community, are very disappointed, distraught and disheartened with the unfavourable verdict of Justice Datuk Siti Mariah Ahmad on 11th of October 2012 in the High Court at Seremban, where the Judge held that section 66 of the Syariah Criminal (Negeri Sembilan) Enactment 1992 excludes our fundamental liberties under the Constitution. 1,716 more words

Transgender

Transgenders lose bid to challenge dress ban

Leven Woon | October 11, 2012
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The High Court says that it is undisputed that the four applicants are Muslims and therefore subjected to the Syariah law that bars men from dressing in women’s clothes. 267 more words

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