The 23rd of February, 2020 was one of the longest Sunday Malaysia had seen. Two days had gone by since the Pakatan Harapan Presidential Council had taken place and rumours of discord from behind the closed doors spread like wildfire. While the official statement declared that the members of the council had agreed to place their trust into Mahathir’s hands regarding the date of his resignation, speculations of dissatisfactions and demands unmet during the meeting were running rampant.
Being a homeschooling private candidate whose last schooling experience took place twelve years prior to taking the CIE A levels, I believe that I approach the exam from a different perspective compared to most. I had little assumptions and almost no expectations of what the examiner wants me to show in my response and how […]
G25 claims to be “an independent group of Muslim professionals, (who) have expressed their concern over recent developments pertaining to the administration of shariah laws in the country and the longstanding conflicts of jurisdiction between the civil and shariah courts”. They have compiled their list of ‘concerns’ in an open letter addressed to the ‘People of […]
One of the most overlooked responsibilities of Muslim leaders is that they are answerable for the faith and beliefs of the Muslims that they lead and as well as the position and dignity of Islam. It is especially so for Malaysia, whose Federal Constitution has stated that Islam is the religion of the federation (NOT the […]
Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department, Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri Aziz said that MALAYSIA has never been declared a secular nation and the Federal Constitution made no mention of the word ‘secular’. He was replying to John Fernandez, Seremban’s Member of Parliament from the DAP party (DAP-Seremban), who wanted to know if Malaysia was a […]
I found this very interesting article in Yahoo! News and thought of sharing it with all of you. Heather Whipps Special to LiveScience LiveScience.com Heather Whipps special To Livescience livescience.com – Fri Jan 1, 11:05 am ET The dawn of 2010 promises more amazing developments in the world of technology. Already, tourists can visit space, for a price, nearly […]
Dear readers, I had just arrive at KL from Kuala Terengganu and I still do not have time to draft a new post myself. I need to help mum and my sisters clean the house. It became very dusty during our absence. I ‘borrow’ this post from Alam Akademik (a bookstore almost a century old)’s […]