My Sinchew/ Hudud law controversy

Hudud law will not divide Pakatan: Mustafa Ali

PAS has made it very clear that the party will not defer the tabling of the 1993 Kelantan hudud law amendment bill in the state legislative assembly, and will not amend other contents in the bill despite the strong opposition from DAP.


Front door, back door

Seeing potential blockade that stands the way of a forced through hudud law, the cunning Hadi Awang took on another face, and pretext.


PAS needs two thirds majority to amend constitution on hudud

PAS need to get two-thirds majority in Parliament to amend the constitution to give jurisdiction to Syariah courts to hear criminal cases for the implementation of the hudud law.


Conference of Rulers did not make stand on Kelantan hudud law - Keeper of Rulers' Seal

The Keeper of the Rulers' Seal today lodged a police report denying any statement had been issued on the stand of the Conference of Rulers on the proposed implementation of the hudud law in Kelantan.


The political calculation of DAP

In this political game affecting the country's future, a wrong move could lead to a bad fall.


Kelantan not ready to implement hudud - Mukhriz

The Kedah government strongly feels that that the PAS-led Kelantan government is still not ready to enforce and implement hudud law.


Two MPs from DAP deny hudud used to remove PAS from Pakatan Rakyat

Two DAP members of parliament (MP) today denied allegations that the party is using the hudud law to remove PAS from Pakatan Rakyat.


DAP's fallout with Hadi not strange: Selangor PAS

Selangor PAS has described DAP's fall out with PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang over the hudud issue as nothing strange.


Tabling of hudud a normal process: lecturer

The tabling and passing of the Syariah Criminal Code 11 1993 (Amendment 2015) by the Kelantan State Assembly last week was a normal process to amend the law.


Islamic extremism in the eyes of Lee Kuan Yew

Lee opined that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict was not the root cause of Islamic extremism. "But among Muslims, especially in the Middle East, there is a profound belief that their time has come and that the West has put them down for too long. While pan-Arab nationalism failed to unite the Muslims world in the 1950s and 1960s, Islamic fervor has become an alternative unifying force."