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Archive for October 9th, 2017

What we learnt from PAS’ show of strength

IT was undeniable that tens of thousands of people turned up for PAS’ two-day Fastaqim 2.0 mega-gathering in Terengganu over the weekend, which was a testament to its ability to mobilise and draw vast numbers of supporters from across the country.

Orang di Putrajaya cuba sogok RM5 juta kepada saya, kata Syed Saddiq

Ketua Pemuda PPBM mendakwa beliau diminta menggambarkan PPBM bukan gerakan rakyat tetapi perjuangan peribadi Dr Mahathir. KUALA LUMPUR: Ketua Pemuda PPBM Syed Saddiq Abdul Rahman hari ini mendakwa beliau ditawarkan RM5 juta untuk mengadakan sidang mediia mengumumkan beliau akan meninggalkan negara dan memburukkan partinya.

After police, Klang council also withdraws approval for German F&B fest

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 2 — The Klang municipal council has said it will have to retract its previous approval for a festival in a Klang mall after police withdrew their approval, asserting that this was unrelated to whether alcoholic beverages would be served.

Dr Mahathir: Saya kini sedar DAP bukan cauvinis sama sekali

Kata Dr Mahathir, beliau yang memulakan pelabelan DAP sebagai parti cauvinis Cina, kini mendapati mereka bukan parti yang hanya untuk kaum Cina seperti MCA. PETALING JAYA: Pengerusi Pakatan Harapan (PH) Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad mengakui meskipun beliau pernah berada di belakang tindakan Umno dalam melabel DAP sebagai “parti cauvinis Cina” ketika menjadi presiden parti selama […]

Distribute mooncakes to the hawkers and residents in the morning market of Taman Connaught with YB Dato’ Kamaruddin Jaafar

This morning, I joined PKR potential candidate for Bandar Tun Razak, YB Dato’ Kamaruddin Jaafar to distribute mooncakes to the hawkers and residents in the morning market of Taman Connaught.

Zaid: Crooked politicians need counselling, not man in shorts

Former minister Zaid Ibrahim disagrees that a 30-year-old man hauled up for wearing shorts in public requires counselling.

A Proposal for Islam

I am writing this column from an airplane, on my way from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to my new home, Wellesley, Mass. I’m in a comfortable seat, and I’m looking forward to getting back to my family. About 12 hours ago, though, I was miserable, locked in a holding cell by Malaysia’s “religious police.”

A letter to the mayor of Kuala Lumpur, to protest against the construction of a food court on a designated parking area in Kuchai Entrepreneur’s Park.

Today, I submitted a letter to the mayor of Kuala Lumpur, to protest against the construction of a food court on a designated parking area in Kuchai Entrepreneur’s Park. I have done a protest and a press conference on last Friday with Lim Lip Eng, the Segambut MP. Now I follow up with a letter […]

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