Nov 11, the day that Muslim leaders betrayed the Palestinians again
Israel has not lost any sleep listening to speeches by Muslim leaders from Indonesia to Morocco.
MalaysiaNow, down but not out
There is so much more to report, and expose.
Can the state elections bring change in Putrajaya?
Yes, the constitution doesn't say that, but it doesn't say many other things, either.
A response to Lim Guan Eng
MalaysiaNow stands by its reports on the recent speech by the DAP chairman.
A pyrrhic victory at the end of Anwar's lifelong dream
While Anwar Ibrahim has finally achieved his decades-long dream, it is marred by the circumstances and lack of support from a crucial section of voters.
A taste of hypocrisy as Malaysia awaits a new government
Some legal practitioners appear to be making a fuss over the process of forming the federal government without applying the same principle to state governments.
The delusional gloaters among us
While Najib Razak may deserve the fate that has befallen him, Malaysians would do well to let justice take its course.
The ‘hungry’ and ‘dangerous’ refugees laying bare our hypocrisy
The general ignorance about refugees comes as no surprise, given the rantings of the home minister and the distribution of resources meant for fighting crime.
The deluge of disaster politicians
It is the ordinary Malaysians who have shown that they do not need publicity in order to help those affected by the recent floods.
How not to topple a govt: Najib’s mother of all failures
Najib overrated himself in seeking to checkmate Muhyiddin, as the country witnesses the return to power of the Perikatan Nasional government he had sought to overthrow.
A sophisticated offer to embrace sanity and send kleptos packing
Is the cross-party agreement dangled by the prime minister too sophisticated for some of our MPs that they call it a bribe?
Muhyiddin, Mahiaddin, what’s in a name?
An education for those who obsess over the prime minister's name without knowing the proper historical and cultural context.