The Federal Constitution grants to Sabah and Sarawak a number of iron-clad guarantees of their autonomy and special position.
Eminent scholars and ground-breaking scientists flourished in Islamic civilisation from the 8th to the 13th century.
Both great forces need to be harnessed for the common cause of human salvation.
Decisions in which people participate are decisions they are likely to respect.
Moderation does not mean acceptance of evil. Moderates have a duty to stand up for truth and justice but in a non-violent manner.
Why should an organisation devoted to saving “succeeding generations from the scourge of war” make it its business to authorise war?
Despite many gaping holes, the framework agreement on Iran’s nuclear programme is a notable achievement.
The Conference of Rulers can play a reconciliatory role and help to repair the frayed social fabric.
Parliament merely legitimates; it does not legislate.
In appropriate circumstances the power of pardon can ease national tensions, heal political wounds and right historic wrongs.
There has been good news at home, with enlightened new rules planned in Negri Sembilan and an excellent sermon on jihad.
The three branches of government have many points of contact but their overall relationship is one of check and balance
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