The Islamic flavour, the sheer numbers and single-minded purpose of protesters at the anti-Icerd rally means that the government cannot afford to ignore what the Malays want.
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YESTERDAY, the national focus was on the rally against the ratification of the Inter-national Convention on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (Icerd) in Kuala Lumpur. But perhaps we are missing the forest for the trees.
It’s time to ask what we can do for Malaysia, as we have been asking what the country can do for us for far too long.
The better our understanding of democracy, political government and people power, the more we can contribute to nation building.
MALAYSIANS are a very strange lot. Not all of us, mind you, but a big portion of us seem to find it easy to contradict our own behaviour and thoughts.
We all have a part to play to stem the rhetoric of hate.
In modern society, there is a growing number of people who suffer from nomophobia.
At the heart of tomorrow’s mass gatherings – one advocating the human rights charter and the other revolving around Malay rights and Islam – lies the fact that race and religion continue to divide the nation.
These six new committees in the Dewan Rakyat will play powerful legislative and policy examination roles.
TODAY’S column is addressed to Shigeru Miyamoto, director at Nintendo.
Other options are available to the authorities in the Penal Code that can be used against rioters.