My Sinchew/ Hudud law controversy

First federal level hudud technical committee meeting starts Thursday

The Federal Level Technical Committee created to study the implementation of hudud law or the Syariah Criminal Code (II) Enactment 1993 in Kelantan, will hold its first meeting tomorrow.


What goes wrong with our two-party system?

I have been contemplating of late what has gone wrong with the country's two party system. And it has not brought a more promising outlook.


Stop the raging fire

Although the court has made a verdict on the custodial right of a child in favor of his Hindu mother, the IGP has refused to execute the order.


Wrong basis of argument

If Malaysia is not a secular state, there isn't any that is one.


No end as yet...

The day after prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak announced in Invest Malaysia 2014 to further liberalize the country's economy, a Selangor Umno assemblyman proposed to the state assembly speaker a motion to debate the possibility of implementing the hudud law in the state during the state assembly sitting.


A risk too large to take

The motion on the possibility of implementing the hudud law in Selangor is an absolutely unnecessary, foolish and dangerous political gamble.


Playing with fire

Many Malaysians had to spend the last ten days living in restlessness, fear and anxiety, as people brought up sensitive issues in the name of defending their religion.


No chance of adoption for Umno's hudud bill

Umno's state assemblyman for Sungai Air Tawar Kamarol Zaki Abdul Malik has proposed a motion to the Selangor state legislative assembly speaker Hannah Yeoh to discuss the possibility of implementing the hudud law in the state.


Hudud: Decision of committee free of political influence

The Central Level Technical Committee, set up to study the implementation of the hudud law or Syariah Criminal Enactment II 1993 in Kelantan, will make a more valid decision that is free of political influence.


In defense of the Constitution

Johor menteri besar Mohd Khaled Nordin announced amendments of the Johor Housing and Real Property Board Bill 2014, withdrawing the executive powers granted to the Sultan, which is a move in the right direction while safeguarding the principles of the Federal Constitution.