The recent Court of Appeal decision in the Registrar of Muallafs, Ipoh v Indira Gandhi a/p Mutho has provoked much discussion. Retired Judge NH Chan weighs in with his view. A mother’s distress and her desperate cry for global support in her quest for justice for her children who had been forced to convert to [...]
NH Chan defends his statements against the Election Judges in his previous article.
Retired Judge NH Chan returns with a scathing rebuke of election judges
A radical solution for the oil problems of East Malaysia?
The burden of proving that Teoh’s death was an accident lies on the MACC.
You’ll have to lean over backwards to say the cart was being driven by the horse. By NH Chan.
It seems to NH Chan that Bersih could have sounded the death knell of tyranny.
The Quran forbids believers for saying Allah is one of three gods in a Trinity but then why are Christians who also believe in One God not permitted to call God Allah? The second part of this article explores whether the Bible and the Quran differ on the issue of whether Jesus Christ is the son of God.
The Quran forbids believers for saying Allah is one of three gods in a Trinity but then why are Christians who also believe in One God not permitted to call God Allah? The first part of this article will explore the concept of the Trinity as understood from the Quran.
Introduction: why I decided to write on why the Deity Allah is not owned by Muslims only.
If Allah is the Islamic God then, since Christians are not Muslims, could or should Christians call their God Allah?
Q: Why do Christians use the word ‘Allah’ in their Malay language Bible and not ‘Tuhan’? A: It is because Christians, Jews and Muslims worship the same God as the God of Abraham.
The People’s Judge ponders over the bigotry of forbidding the use of an English word in the name of religion.
When by deed the government is insensitive to the religions of others, even to the extent of desecrating their Holy Bible, it only goes to show that this is not a government for the people.
The People’s Judge reflects on the turmoil in the Middle East – a people’s revolution inspired by the power of the new media on the internet such as Facebook and Twitter – and the lessons for us in Malaysia.
NH Chan turns his focus on the Selangor Government and slams its attempt to amend the Selangor Constitution. Reiterating sound legal advice given on the LoyarBurok blawg, he asks if there is something amiss in K-point.
Why is the Palace talking codswallop, and who is Bob and the sycophants in the K-point affair?
In this scathing tract, the People’s Judge NH Chan calls Khusrin a trespasser and asks how can the palace change the meaning of the words of the Selangor Constitution to mean just what the palace chooses them to mean?