The assertion that Islamic law takes precedence over civil legislation is not borne out by any clear examples in the past 60 years.
FIVE school teachers have been given show cause letters by the Education Ministry for being “excessively” critical of the Government in public forums and the like. I wish I could find out what they said; it would be nice to see what “excessive” is.
THERE was a time when disruption was a sign of bad manners and impatience. Those with disruptive tendencies were often called troublemakers, upstarts, rebels, mavericks or renegades. And back then, they were likely to be pushed to the sidelines.
Islam aims to build the whole man and does not leave politics to so-called secular Rulers.
DO you know how much water is needed to bring you that cup of coffee in the morning? The answer is 140 litres.
THERE are millions of apps that we can download to our smartphones. Some are trivial, banal or downright useless.
Datuk Seri Musa Aman, who gave an exclusive interview to ‘The Star,’ has delivered solid election victories for Barisan Nasional in Sabah but the next one could be as daunting as climbing Mt Kinabalu.
Beyond the noisy protests over Trump’s presidency, there are important policy issues and implications that need better understanding – but which are still neglected.
The war drums are growing louder and the PAS muktamar next month may be the death knell for ties between PAS and PKR.
We should treasure our up-and-coming bright minds instead of confusing them and making them feel unappreciated. We want to keep our brains in this country, remember?