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Wah, Bush very terror-lah

By ANDREW SIA

Expert: Meaning of 'jihad' has been tainted

Today#8217;s understanding of I>jihad/Ito mean holy war is a result of manipulation by the Western media of its original meaning that is tainted by Orientalist biases, a Malaysian political scientist said.

Teachers hunted and tortured

Teachers in Nepal are caught in the crossfire between Maoist rebels and the government, writes MARTIN SPICE.

Dreams of glory

DAVID BLAIR charts the career of Saddam Hussein, from party assassin to Iraq#8217;s military leader and feared despot.

Aussies going for the quick kill

Defending champions Australia, having survived the slow torture of Port Elizabeth, are now aiming for a quick kill on the fast track of the Wanderers in Sunday's World Cup final.

Dominant Aussies aiming for quick kill

Defending champions Australia, having survived the slow torture of Port Elizabeth, are now aiming for a quick kill on the fast track of the Wanderers in Sunday's World Cup final.

Is war on Iraq justified?

READERS weigh in with their views on the Iraq issue.

For the love of children

Dr Mok Quen Quen has spent more than two decades working to provide health care for children and helping to develop the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit at Britain#8217;s largest children#8217;s hospital, Great Ormond Street Hospital. ADELE A.L. LIM chats with the doctor in London.

Trapped in a man's body

A letter from Uncertain.

Suhakam wish for ISA men

Internal Security Act (ISA) detainees should be given access to legal counsel and produced before a magistrate within 24 hours of their arrest in accordance with the Federal Constitution, the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (Suhakam) said.