Posts tagged ‘The Malaysian Insider’
Adakah pesuruhjaya PAS Selangor Iskandar Abdul Samad akan mendapat perkenan Sultan untuk menjadi MB?
Dikhabarkan bahawa nama beliau telah dicalonkan oleh partinya kepada baginda tuanku. (more…)
More than a month ago on July 8, I blogged an article titled ‘Selangor solution: Khalid can become MB Umno-PAS‘.
I will need to amend that slightly to now read, Khalid can become MB PAS-Umno.
The ‘MH’ code of Malaysia Airlines also stands for Malaysian Hospitality — or so an unlikely “moralist” (more about him later) reminds us although some China citizens, i.e. the kinfolk of the MH370 victims, may not be inclined to agree.
But the heated public debates are not about the “exemplary work” done by the MAS cabin crew or how undeserved MAS is of the twin tragedies. Or even about apportioning blame as if MAS were a rape victim unfairly faulted for being skimpily clad — the misplaced “rape” analogy provided by Jahabar Sadiq, The Malaysian Insider editor.
My objection to the objectors (Jahabar the Moral Censor refers here) of open debate is based on respecting the spirit of inquiry.
Cerita paling menarik minat orangramai menjelang bulan Ramadan ini ialah tentang pragawati seksi Felixia Yeap dikurniakan hidayah untuk masuk Islam dalam beberapa hari lagi.
The J-Star melapor “Malaysia’s first ever Playboy bunny Felixia Yeap (pic) will be ‘reborn’ this Thursday when she embraces Islam”.
“Roborn” atau “born again” ialah istilah yang amat digemari para evangelista. (more…)
Excerpt below from an article in the Malay Mail today:
“the majority was not, is not, and will never be under attack in Malaysia here. It’s the minority groups. And they are the ones that the government should protect instead of sitting on the sidelines as others oppress them.”
Bishop Ng Moon Hing thinks that Christians as well as Malaysia as a whole are under threat from “a few groups of extremists” whose agenda is to destroy our country’s muhibbah.
Bishop Ng is a Bersih supporter so the extremist groups he means cannot be the pro-Pakatan ones. Please take a guess as to which groups Bishop Ng considers as extremist. (more…)