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The Government can encourage students to switch from community religious schools (I>sekolah agama rakyat/I>), to government schools but it should not force them, said PAS spiritual advisor Datuk Nik Aziz Nik Mat.
What does polygamy in Perlis have to do with Brad Pitt, George Bush and men being caned till they became impotent? ANDREW SIA pulls a strong cup of tea to find out...
It seems a strange cycle in Malaysian badminton.
If all state governments gazette the uniform Syariah laws agreed to by the Rulers Council, there will be no need to amend Schedule 9 of the Federal Constitution, said Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim
The recent leadership changes in Kelantan Umno is a signal that the party is now ready to take in young and fresh faces for the next general election, party vice-president Tan Sri Muhammad Muhammad Taib said.
While the recent changes in Kelantan Umno are lauded, certain political observers say a charismatic leader in the state would do more to draw the rakyat to vote for the party, writes B>SHAHANAAZ HABIB/b>
The Kelantan state government#8217;s implementation of a dress code and advertisement guidelines is to curb the spread of immorality among the people, said PAS spiritual advisor Datuk Nik Aziz Nik Mat.
The Singapore authorities have detained 31 suspected terrorists, who are members of the radical Jemaah Islamiah. Among them is Faiz Abu Bakar Bafana, a key figure in the JI movement in the republic. WONG CHUN WAI and LOURDES CHARLES spoke to regional security officials to put together a profile of Faiz, a dangerous Islamic radical, in the first part of a two-part article.
MAKASSAR, located in South Sulawesi, has a reputation of being a hotbed of Islamic radicalism.
TAUFIK Abdul Halim aka Dani, the Malaysian who was sentenced to death by the Indonesian authorities for his involvement in terrorist activities including the bombing of churches in the republic in 2001, recently had the sentence commuted to life imprisonment. In the second of a two-part article, LOURDES CHARLES relates his interview with the convicted terrorist, the first Malaysian journalist to do so.