My Sinchew/ Controversies over hudud law implementation

Speech monopoly more terrifying than media monopoly

When we are passing down our verdicts on media monopoly based on the numbers, we will find ourselves easily falling into the trap of numbers, especially for the conventional print media where a dominating number is often construed as monopoly and all the papers owned by such media corporations would be seen as "What I say goes," without taking into consideration of the fact that the mother company needs to differentiate products of similar nature in a bid to attract different categories of consumers to maintain their respective competitive advantages.


No boycott of Sin Chew: DAP leaders

DAP Secretary-General Lim Guan Eng said neither his party nor he himself had the intention of boycotting Sin Chew Daily.


A thorny problem

Do you wish to make changes or maintain the status quo? All changes come together with risks. Do you have enough courage to take it? No one can answer it for you, as the answer is in everyone's heart.


Stop hypnotising yourselves

Some people have reacted furiously after the publication of Someday in 2014 and Hudud law: Truth or illusion.


Statement by Sin Chew Daily

Sin Chew Daily published on its August 28 edition a news article titled "PAS to implement Hudud Law if it wins the election," quoting PAS deputy president Mohamad Sabu.


MCA urges DAP to stand up against PAS' intention to implement hudud

MCA vice-president Datuk Seri Chor Chee Heung has urged DAP adviser Lim Kit Siang and his son, Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng to stand up and declare their opposition towards PAS' intention to amend the Constitution to have hudud law.


Constitutional amendment prerequisite for hudud law implementation: Mustafa

PAS secretary-general Datuk Mustafa Ali said non-Muslims could not simply oppose to the implementation of hudud law, but must go through the democratic process, seeking constitutional amendment in the Parliament, and whether the same could be passed in the Parliament is another matter.


Hudud law: Truth or illusion?

In an open society, everything is laid out under the sun for public scrutiny.


Dr Mahathir says not against hudud but rejects PAS' hudud

Former prime minster Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said today that he had never objected to the implementation of Islam's hudud laws in the country but instead rejected hudud laws that PAS wanted to implement.


PAS decides on constitutional amendment, will not go ahead with hudud law if support not secured: Hu

PAS Supporters Congress national chairman Hu Pang Chaw said PAS advocated the implementation of hudud law through democratic proceedings. In other words, if support from two thirds of MPs in the Parliament could not be secured in order to amend the Constitution to implement the hudud law, then it will be shelved.