I wanted to understand things better from the point of view of the Los Angeles Muslim community. So as soon as the opportunity arose, I attended Friday prayers at a local mosque so that I could listen to the sermon.
We need to be encouraged to challenge interpretations, ideas and thoughts.
Basically, no U.S. president enjoys absolute power; the principle of separation of powers prevents that. But what about Malaysia?
I went to join the protest against US President Trump’s immigration ban at the Los Angeles International Airport.
We have seen this kind of politics in Malaysia for many years. Now, it is just amusing (and also worrying) to see it happening in the first world, too.
I was on The Star TV talking about the situation in Los Angeles after US President Donald J. Trump signed the executive order on immigration and the Muslim ban.
I witnessed the chaos, confusion and general fear Trump’s ban caused at the LAX airport and to U.S. Customs and Border Control officers.
I talk to Anas Alam Faizli the author, thinker and generalist.
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