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MCA Youth to counter PAS’ lies and empty promises

MCA Youth will counter lies and empty promises made by PAS to ensure that non-Muslims are not easily duped by the opposition party's attempt to fish for votes.

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PM pays surprise visit to dept

Compiled by Ivy Soon: Nov 9 - Nov 16.

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Pak Lah: PAS all alone on blueprint

PAS has failed in coming up with its 'blueprint' on an Islamic state, which touches on Malay rights, as it has not received general acceptance, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

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Groups: General principles already in our laws

The general principles of good governance in the PAS document are already embodied in most constitutions of modern nation-states, including Malaysia, said the Bar Council and Sisters In Islam (SIS).

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Questions and answers

Q A at the press conference after the launch of PAS' Islamic state document.

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Islamic state plan unveiled

PAS' 'blueprint' of an Islamic state aims to amend the Federal Constitution to make syariah (Islamic law) the supreme law of the land.

Letters

Learning from the Amina case

Nigerian Amina Lawal has been the focus of human rights groups worldwide after she was sentenced to death by stoning in March last year for illicit sex. SHAILA KOSHY looks at the possibility of such a case arising in Malaysia and the lessons to be learnt.

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Hadi: Hudud only applies to Muslims

Muslims in Kelantan and Terengganu are subjected to hudud laws because they elected the PAS governments in the two states, party president Datuk Seri Hadi Awang said.

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Lim: DAP’s silence reveals its ties with PAS

The silence of DAP's top leaders on the enforcement of hudud laws in Terengganu is an indication that they are working with PAS, MCA central committee member Datuk Donald Lim said.

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Hadi defiant on Islamic law

Terengganu Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang has reiterated that the state government has the right to pass any legislation relating to Islam but concedes that anybody can challenge that validity.