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More in favour of stiffer penalties for rapists

The nation continued to pour its anger over the incidents of sexual offences in the country, with respondents to I>The Star's/Ionline poll asking for severe penalties for culprits, particularly child rapists. Most respondents felt rehabilitation would not work for convicts as they were not likely to repent.


Myth to regard rape as crime of passion



Hadi: Killers and rapists should be stoned to death

Opposition Leader Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang has proposed that killers and rapists be stoned to death or given public flogging of 100 lashes..


Ex-PAS leader: Party will never implement hudud

Former Terengganu PAS deputy commissioner Latif Mohamad, 63, has claimed that the party would never implement hudud law in Terengganu.


Islamic government much more than hudud law, says Najib

A country does not become an Islamic state merely by implementing the I>hudud,/Isaid Umno vice-president Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.


On the legal lookout

Crime seems to be on the rise in Malaysia, raising the need for crime fighters to be more vigilant. The Canny Ong rape and murder case in Kuala Lumpur sent shock waves through the nation and calls into question the safety of women and children in public places.


Righting gender wrongs

Women in Malaysia have worked hard in fighting for their rights and have scored some triumphs. S.S. YOGA examines areas of light and shadow in addressing gender injustice in conjunction with the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence that ends this Wednesday.


PAS’ Islamic state concept not feasible

THE Islamic state document prepared by PAS is interesting. There are aspects of it that promote commendable values, as Islam, like all other religions, advocates principles deemed good for mankind. DATUK DR S. VIJAYARATNAM of Seremban writes.


Decision on hudud law enforcement after settling legal issue

The Home Ministry will only decide if the police should enforce the hudud law in Terengganu once the legal issue is resolved, Deputy Minister Datuk Chor Chee Heung said.


Festivities and floods make December polls unlikely, says EC

THE long festive season and the threats of floods over the next one to two months have made it unlikely for national polls to be held next month, I>Berita Minggu/Ireported.