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Sharing The Nation


Sharing The Nation

Yearning for a lost homeland

Like much of the world, Malaysia is a country worth fighting for, so there is a need to recover a sense of integrity and regain its values.

Sharing The Nation

Fatwa: A non-binding viewpoint

Juristic opinion in the Muslim legal tradition is human-made, changing over time and in different circumstances to ensure that justice is always done.

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Grassroots leaders show the way

They are no Westernised feminists but they see themselves as equal to men and with the right to build a better Indonesia.

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Into the future - together

New developments in Malaysia amid the current madness in the world show that there is hope yet in preserving the Malaysia that our founding fathers envisioned as the nation moves forward.

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Not too late to adapt

It is possible for dominant parties facing a stumbling block to remain a major force in the new
democratic era and even come out stronger.

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The thorny issue of hudud

PAS’ hudud always been a divisive issue which led to the breakup of Pakatan Rakyat. Now, it is a bigger threat.

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Zakir Naik, seriously?

It’s surprising that this man was allowed in to preach his divisive speech in a multi-religious country.

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Ok to use God-given intellect

What we need is to overhaul the way Islam is taught and understood. Our aim is to bring out the best in the religion so Muslims may use it to bring good to the modern world.

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Building a better Malaysia

The vision of sharing the nation equitably amongst all ethnic groups remains valid and more critical than ever today.

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Diversity our source of strength

We don’t need studies to tell us that being a multi-ethnic society makes us brighter, more creative and more likely to come up with the right answers. We know it because we are now living it.

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Stop fighting and start learning

It is time to build our knowledge in the complex and rich Islamic legal theory if we want to build a more just society.

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Dark days for the fairer sex

Malaysia used to have one of the most progressive Muslim family laws in the world but by 2003, we are right there at the bottom, thanks to amendments to the law which discriminated women.

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