There was an extra reason to celebrate this year, and to remember a groundbreaking series which began two decades ago.
Explaining the purpose and the method of fasting to friends of other faiths brought us closer together.
A criminal act was counter-balanced by the compassion of friends and a stranger.
An encounter, a recent study and a new book provide food for thought about what makes a true Malaysian.
We must not forget Mohamad Thaqif, and we must not delay in banning corporal punishment.
Just keep going, one lamp post at a time – and if you fail, pick yourself up and try again.
Muslim judicial principles clearly state the need for intellectual maturity in handling one’s own finances and affairs to enter into a legal contract, such as marriage.
Achieving this vision for the future will require persistent action and a change in mindset now.
Friendships need not only be among those of the same race, but also with those who share interests and the ability to be honest with one another.
Too often, women do not get full credit for their work. Isn’t it time to highlight their contribution, dedication and capability?
Selva Kumar Subbiah’s recent return has highlighted the need for a rational look at the issue and the practical steps which should be taken.
It’s time for those five principles to move from the back cover of our school exercise books and take their place as a preamble to our Constitution.
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