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Malaysia urges NAM council members to vote against war in Iraq

Malaysia hopes that the six non-permanent members of the UN Security Council will reject the resolution proposed by the United States, Britain and Spain that will set the stage for a military strike on Iraq.


Over half the SAR teachers opt for transfer

More than half the religious school (SAR) teachers have applied for transfers to national schools, said Education Minister Tan Sri Musa Mohamad.


Uproar over SAR issue in Royal Address

AN uproar erupted in the House when Mahfuz Omar (PAS - Pokok Sena) questioned the Royal Address which had touched on the People's Religious School (SAR) issue during the motion of thanks.


Rulers Council endorses Govt plan on SAR

The Council of Rulers, at their 196th meeting, have endorsed the proposed solution by the Government concerning issues on Islamic education by taking into consideration all the memoranda presented to the Rulers.


Daily: NEAC report explains why Malays are poor

THE question whether Malays are still poor was raised by columnist Awang Selamat in I>Utusan Malaysia/I>.


'Don't name King during debate'

DEPUTY Speaker Datuk Muhamad Abdullah has ruled that MPs should not make reference to the name or actions of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong when debating the Royal Address.


Ahmad Fairuz succeeds Dzaiddin as Chief Justice

President of the Court of Appeal, Tan Sri Ahmad Fairuz Sheikh Abdul Halim, has been appointed Chief Justice of the Federal Court, succeeding Tun Mohamed Dzaiddin Abdullah whose term expires on Saturday.


PAS in a spin after royal speech

News analysis by JOCELINE TAN


Hadi: I don't trust reports on SAR issue

Terengganu Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang does not trust news reports that the Conference of Rulers had endorsed solutions undertaken by the Government to settle matters concerning Islamic education, including the I>sekolah agama rakyat/I(SAR).


Defence forces monitoring possible threats

The defence forces are monitoring the possibility of any adverse implications on the country#8217;s security and sovereignty in the event of a US-led war on Iraq.