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.
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.
Whither the Madani govt?
The gutsy politics associated with much-needed reforms seems to be a thing of the past.
Relax Khairy, it's all in the game
The former health minister does not seem to have taken kindly to the delay to his generational endgame bill.
How the West degraded the crime of genocide
The Western media has refused to describe what is happening in Gaza as genocide, citing a lack of evidence for the term.
How Israel lost all credibility
The issue of Israeli credibility is not only taking place on the battlefield.
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.
On Gaza and the vested interests and failures of Arab-Muslim countries
The fundamental issue is the continuous supply of weapons by the industrial military complex in the US and the West which Arabs leaders are dependent on.
One man's whipping is another man's DNAA
Questions are raised about the sentencing of Muar MP Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman.
The plan for Israel to supply natural gas to Europe
Israel seems to be in a big hurry to flush out all Palestinians in the Gaza Strip to the Sinai Desert in Egypt because there is the economic dimension of the Greater Israel project.
Don't pass the constitutional amendment buck to rulers
These amendments to the constitution relating to the granting of citizenship were proposed by Anwar Ibrahim’s Madani government and did not arise from the Conference of Rulers.
A heartbreaking tale from Gaza
For one small family, the conflict has ended two lives filled with promise and narrowly avoided claiming a third.
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