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Police must act fairly to all

In this month's spirit of Merdeka, both rallies must be stopped. The police must not practice double standard in favor of one race over the other.

My Merdeka: my hopes and aspirations

We enjoyed a high level of national unity, racial harmony, religious understanding and appreciation for each other’s cultures. We were more united then and shared a strong national family spirit. This was the case, until the recent past.

The political limits of the Office of the Mufti of Perlis

It is inappropriate for a serving mufti to give opinions freely about the political management of this country and pass sweeping negative judgments.

Urgently needed: a drastic cabinet shake-up

We can't tell whether Anwar is one we can fully trust, but at least he deserves a chance to prove that he is different.

Finally, Amanah for Anwar

Despite the fact Mahathir has all the powers in his hands, PKR and DAP with their combined strength of 92 seats still have the biggest say. Even the most indecisive party should know which side to stand on.

Re-look into national unity in the run-up to Merdeka

Lack of interactions, tolerance and mutual trust might explain the phenomenon of entrenched racial prejudices in this country.

Inclusivity the core value in nation-building

In no way should our prosperity, result of the hard work of all Malaysians irrespective of race and religion, be destroyed in the hands of one single man.

Derogatory name calling not of Islam

In Islam, derogatory name calling is a sin and frowned upon by the Prophet Muhammad.

Single-stream education no longer relevant in today's world

The “ultimate goal” that suits the country best is a fair, equitable, liberal and diverse education policy.

If we can do it, so can you

If we can put in so much effort for a more tolerant, liberal and moderate Malaysia, sure enough our minister can do the same.


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