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Stand for moderation

From TAN SRI LEE LAM THYE, Trustee 1Malaysia Foundation.

G25 defends remark on khalwat

PETALING JAYA: The G25 group of moderate Muslims has defended its statement on khalwat law by saying that it is an illustration of its stand against moral policing.

Reach for the middle ground

We must refrain from putting people into boxes based on party lines.

Asia’s top debater Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman

Blue, the colour of moderation

It’s been nearly a year since the G25 group of eminent Malays was formed. Now, two of its members remind Malaysia that there are many moderates out there.

G25 support for Council

From ZAILAH TUN DR ISMAIL, on behalf of G25.

Ultimate allegiance is to the rakyat

Loyalty, patriotism and self-determination are crucial aspects of every individual called upon to provide service to the country, what more the burden placed upon a leader.

‘Exposure to multi-cultural beliefs since young shaped our thinking’

PETALING JAYA: The scions of three prominent early Malaysian leaders opened up about what it was like growing up in a country that they love.

ractising moderation: (From second left) Lee, Deva Kunjari and Tawfik sharing their views at the ‘Celebrating a Moderate Malaysia – Bridging the Gaps’ forum moderated by The Star’s Philip Golingai.
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Video on simple acts of kindness wins Moderate Malaysia contest

KUALA LUMPUR: The simple life in her hometown in Durian Tunggal, Malacca, where neighbours were helpful and friendly became the inspiration behind a short video that bagged Catherine Lee and her team first prize in the UTAR Moderate Malaysia Video Contest.

Inspiring tale: Wong (fourth from left) posing with the  Otak-Otak Production team members at Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman Bandar Sungai Long campus. With them are UTAR vice-president Prof Ewe Hong Tat (right) and scientist Dr Lyana Khairuddin (second from    right).
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Born moderate, but not always raised that way

As children, we can’t escape the stereotypes and prejudices our parents pass on to us.

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Liow: Stepping on a person’s photo not part of Malaysian culture

PUTRAJAYA: Malaysians practise moderation and racial tolerance. Unbecoming acts such as stepping on a person’s photo is a disgrace to the nation.

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