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How A Facebook Post Led To Rising Sectarian Violence In India

Religious tensions in India have increased as a result of Modi's pursuit of a "Hindu first" agenda Two weeks before a Hindu tailor in...

Malaysia Still Stuck With The CLP And The LLB

Law education in Malaysia does not turn out brilliant lawyers who can contribute to novel developments In taking the cue from former Prime Minister Najib...

Should Malaysians Be Divided Over Conflicts In The Middle-East?

PART 3: ISSUES CLOSER TO HOME How do we Malaysians handle the issue? We have almost no Jews in our country but what if we...

When You Need To Do Some Serious Rethinking

By Azhar Kurai We Malaysians are a demanding lot. We demand for a first class education like Finland, but refused to do away with vernacular...

Awal Muharram Greetings To All Muslims

Awal Muharram or Hijri New Year is celebrated by Muslims the world over as the day symbolises two important events in the Islamic year. Awal means beginning in English and...

Malaysia’s Halal Crisis

By Murray Hunter In Malaysia today, halal practices, or those that adhere to Islamic law, are deeply important for increasingly devout Muslims, who make up...
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