Gaza and human rights atrocities
The bombardment and siege of Gaza since Oct 7 have killed over 17,000 people including more than 7,000 children, injured more than 40,000 and displaced 1.6 million.
Israel's 7-Eleven stores keep moral support alive for troops in Gaza
The chain store has been giving discounts to Israeli soldiers and urging the public to show them support.
Keeping the pressure against Israel
The pressure upon the Israeli elite and society to act justly towards the Palestinians will have to come from outside Israeli society.
Reshuffle delay as Anwar waits on outcome of Amanah polls for Mat Sabu's faction
The prime minister is said to be awaiting the outcome of the election before choosing a new domestic trade and cost of living minister.
History of Gaza: On conquerors, resurgence and rebirth
What is taking place in Gaza now is but an episode, a traumatic and a defining one, but nonetheless, a mere chapter in the history of a people who proved to be as durable and resilient as history itself.
What Kit Siang doesn't get
While Lim Kit Siang may be Anwar Ibrahim's friend, he should not just ask us to trust the prime minister without showing us why.
Malaysia's exports drop by RM5.8 billion in eighth monthly decline
Kedah, Selangor and Terengganu are among top states that recorded an increase in exports.
Don't underestimate the Muslim-Arab group working for a ceasefire via diplomacy
In the present Hamas-Israel war, the unity of the Arab countries is the most solid compared to previous Arab-Israel conflicts.
Window opens for Zahid to ride off into the sunset – but at Anwar's cost
The Umno president's stranglehold on his party has been a rock for the prime minister over the past year.
Why afraid to mention 'Israel' in front of Apec leaders, Mahathir asks Anwar
The former leader refers to a grainy clip of the prime minister addressing world leaders during a closed-door meeting in San Francisco.
Whither the Madani govt?
The gutsy politics associated with much-needed reforms seems to be a thing of the past.
Grim outlook for economic growth or reforms under 'weak' Anwar, says UK-based report
It is another negative appraisal of the prime minister as he marks his first year in Putrajaya.
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