How come people ignore the fact that in 1996, Malaysia’s National Fatwa Council had declared that smoking cigarettes is haram?
What is taking so long for the government to repeal the laws?
So finally, with a smoking ban like this, the country is moving a little bit faster in the right direction.
I’m sure it means more than just a hike in egg prices or photo filters. Let’s just wait and see what developments ensue.
Those who came out for the anti-Icerd rally have given the other half of Malaysia some fodder to think about.
I am fascinated and in agreement with the approach to reform the education system by putting less emphasis on exams and introducing civics and life education.
These are the fruits of Malaysia’s affirmative action.
Those who have reaped all the benefits of an unfair system are the ones objecting.
What happens when the media don’t carry out their roles responsibly? Who should be the watchdogs of the watchdogs?
The new government, if they want to stay true to the Malaysia Baru spirit, must acknowledge the Universal Periodic Review and take action instead of just noting it down.
What is interesting gets hyped up and the truth faces the risk of being pushed down and drowned out.