A documentary about the separation of the syariah and civil courts in Malaysia.
Who is responsible for determining whether society adheres to a moral code? Who gets to decide what that moral code is?
It was Valentine’s night and they were on a raiding mission all around town trying to catch unmarried couples who were feeling a little bit too amorous.
It’s democratisation of religious interpretation, I guess, and we will never have to face the burden of thinking for ourselves.
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.
The systematic affirmative action that is implemented in the country ensures that there are more bumiputeras in universities.
It may seem like the people in Jakim are just old wise men with long beards and a magical staffs who advise the ruler of the country – much like the magician Jaafar did in the Disney movie Aladdin.
I am disgusted to think that Malaysians have been regularly eating dogs all this while without knowing it.