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Once Upon a Time in Malaysia

Once Upon a Time in Malaysia

Cassandra Chung takes a look at the ‘Allah’ ban controversy and remembers a better time for Malaysia.

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Can Muslims Think?

Can Muslims Think?

Shaun Tan has a question about Malaysian Muslims.

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The Rising Tide of the Malaysian Taliban

The Rising Tide of the Malaysian Taliban

How long will we remain silent as the Malaysian Taliban continues their insidious advance?

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Allah Made in Malaysia – The Clerics

Allah Made in Malaysia – The Clerics

Are we guilty of elevating clerics to God-like status?

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Freedom of Religion at Stake: So much for 1Malaysia

Freedom of Religion at Stake: So much for 1Malaysia

An analysis of the Allah issue from both a constitutional and Islamic perspective.

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The Malaysian Thaipusam

The Malaysian Thaipusam

Just a few days ago, Malaysians observed one of Malaysia’s most cultural festival. Thaipusam is celebrated mostly by the Tamil and Chetty community on the full moon in the Tamil month of Thai. Surprisingly, the largest Thaipusam celebration is not in India but Malaysia. Singapore, Thailand and Myanmar also observe this celebration, but nothing beats the annual estimated two million […]

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The true importance of the ‘Allah’ issue

The true importance of the ‘Allah’ issue

Take a step back. Why so much anguish over the issue?

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Katakanlah

Katakanlah

My aspiration for Malaysia.

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Jesus was a Palestinian

Jesus was a Palestinian

This article is for non-Muslims only. 18 PL : contains elements which include religious, social or political aspects that people may find objectionable. Readers discretion advised. Hatreds do not ever cease in this world by hating, but by love; this is an eternal truth. The adults they count on to provide reliable information about the […]

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In The Name of God Most Merciful

In The Name of God Most Merciful

This article is for non-Muslims only. 18 PL : contains elements which include religious, social or political aspects that people may find objectionable. Readers discretion advised. Hatreds do not ever cease in this world by hating, but by love; this is an eternal truth. I wanted to start this piece with “in the name God, […]

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[Updated] Some States Allow For The Renunciation Of Islam

[Updated] Some States Allow For The Renunciation Of Islam

7 States at least.

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Freedom of Religion in the Holy Qur’an

Freedom of Religion in the Holy Qur’an

An invitation for Malaysians to think about what the Qur’an really says.

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The Innocence of Muslims Is A Trap

The Innocence of Muslims Is A Trap

This video is created to divide us. Resist it; come together across race and religious divides.

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Connect The Dots : Rethinking Interfaith Marriages for Muslim Women

Connect The Dots : Rethinking Interfaith Marriages for Muslim Women

Azira Aziz takes another look at Muslim interfaith marriages.

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Censorship and the church

Censorship and the church

Is the Christian faith so weak that it cannot tolerate open discussion of controversy?

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Say your prayers in Esperanto

Say your prayers in Esperanto

You can now pray in Esperanto!

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F**k the (moral) police

F**k the (moral) police

How do we mature as a society if the higher-ups slap on “parental guidance” on everything?

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Is God Trying To Kill Us?

Is God Trying To Kill Us?

Pepper Lim ponders the story of creation. Are we really designed in God’s own image?

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The Day Kashgari Needed God, Not Religion

The Day Kashgari Needed God, Not Religion

In search of God in the midst of religious uproar.

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Is the definition of a “Muslim” unconstitutional?

Is the definition of a “Muslim” unconstitutional?

The #Zaina Abdin constitutional reference on religious freedom being heard by the Federal Court

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