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Role of Muslim Women in Public Life

Role of Muslim Women in Public Life

Azira Aziz’s list of prominent Muslim women

LoyarBurok’s Top 10 of 2012

LoyarBurok’s Top 10 of 2012

The most-read posts on this awesome blawg last year!

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Katakanlah

Katakanlah

My aspiration for Malaysia.

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Malaysiakini: Social media not a threat, says lawyer-blogger

Malaysiakini: Social media not a threat, says lawyer-blogger

Hafiz of Malaysiakini writes on the activist media session #IMLC2012.

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The Edge: Ridiculous to say Facebook, Twitter pose national security threat

The Edge: Ridiculous to say Facebook, Twitter pose national security threat

Pathma reports for The Edge on a Facebook and Twitter activism session at #IMLC2012.

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Dear Paprika: You Come From a Lineage of Great Teachers

Dear Paprika: You Come From a Lineage of Great Teachers

Pepper tells his daughter of the great educators in her family.

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The Bangsar Bubble

The Bangsar Bubble

Activism is sexy in Malaysia – but is it a middle-class thing?

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Another Marina Mahathir Column Banned By The Star

Another Marina Mahathir Column Banned By The Star

Marina’s spiked column, on our noisy politics.

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Trash Talking To Tomorrow

Trash Talking To Tomorrow

Marina Mahathir on the recent embarrassing goings-on in Malaysia.

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REFSA Rojak: Crisps of the Week (5-11 Nov)

REFSA Rojak: Crisps of the Week (5-11 Nov)

Sex and our city certainly had a lot of us tuning in religiously (pun not intended).

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The LoyarBurok Book Review: “Perak: A State Of Crisis” – An Unabashed Self-Indictment By The BN Government Of Its Undemocratic Takeover Of Perak

The LoyarBurok Book Review: “Perak: A State Of Crisis” – An Unabashed Self-Indictment By The BN Government Of Its Undemocratic Takeover Of Perak

LoyarBaca‘s first publication Perak: A State of Crisis (PASOC) has been a runaway hit and will soon be in Malaysia’s major bookstores through leading indie, activist distributor, Pak Chong’s GerakBudaya. We have sold out copies at hand for the moment (second impressions are on the way), but you may purchase them directly from GerakBudaya here. […]

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The Other Column That Wasn’t

This article was to be published in Sin Chew Jit Poh on the 9th March 2010. Instead it fell victim to the oft-wielded Printing Presses and Publications Act 1984, which incidentally is the subject of this spiked article.

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