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Reading India’s mainstream English language newspapers and magazines, and viewing the electronic media one realizes that news reports and columns by Muslim journalists are rare. If we go by our population, the authors of about 10 percent or more of reports and columns should be Muslims. But in reality only about 1 % of reports … Continue reading


RETURN OF CHULIA STREET PROSTITUTE ,GERAKAN IS DOING WHORE HOUSE COSMETICS CHANGES WHILE MCA FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO’S NEST CARTOONKINI Gerakan is doing Cosmetics changes while Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest These are important issues, and MCA cannot claim not to know. Or is Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin creating a smokescreen? If we cannot build … Continue reading

The evolution of shame Scandal of all Scandals: The Wall Street vs Malay street

Just when you thought Wall Street couldn’t sink any lower — when its myriad abuses of public trust have already spread a miasma of cynicism over the entire economic system, giving birth to Tea Partiers and Occupiers and all manner of conspiracy theories; when its excesses have already wrought havoc with the lives of millions … Continue reading

Mahathir beware Social Media Lessons Egyptian Revolution offers real lessons

Revolution 2.0, former Google Marketer Wael Ghonim’s brisk, first person account of the Egyptian Revolution offers real lessons that online community managers of any brand or organization should learn. Ghonim was the administrator and creative director of the ‘Kullena Khaled Said’ Facebook Page, easily the largest opposition social media page during the uprising. Now it’s … Continue reading

The Middle East’s Greatest Untold Story Libya’s liberals claim early election lead

This month the United Nations marks World Refugee Day, a star-studded, multimedia campaign to raise awareness about the plight of refugees. Celebrities like Angelina Jolie have cut video spots that will be broadcast on television and spread on social media. Millions will participate in events spanning five continents, from concerts in London to a film … Continue reading

Gay Marriage At Presbyterian Church (USA) General Assembly Voted Down

“It’s become clear to me that by remaining silent on certain aspects of my personal life for so long,” Anderson wrote Sullivan, “I have given some the mistaken impression that I am trying to hide something — something that makes me uncomfortable, ashamed or even afraid. This is distressing because it is simply not true.” … Continue reading

Najib we have a Proben Here: The Student Loan Debt Suicides

This story was produced by the independent Economic Hardship Reporting Project, co-edited by Barbara Ehrenreich and Gary Rivlin. One evening in 2007, Jan Yoder of Normal, Illinois noticed that her son Jason seemed more despondent than usual. Yoder had been a graduate student in organic chemistry at Illinois State University but after incurring $100,000 in … Continue reading

Chief Justice Zaki Tun Azmi a question of governance?

Former Chief Justice Zaki Tun Azmi took time from his RM2.2 billion job as a road builder to offer us some pearls of wisdom about the judiciary. He says that when he was the CJ he never received any calls from the PM or other members of the executive. In other words, the judiciary in … Continue reading

Tunku Abdul Aziz ‘the Underachiever an actor a life without regrets!

Hypocrisy is an interesting phenomenon. It’s intimately related to sense of self-worth and changes with self-interest. It is also the most damning of all human folly.Tunku Aziz portrays himself as the victim, and forever more remains the villain. While we can continue to regurgitate reasons for his fall from grace, the reality is that a … Continue reading

Rosmah Mansor is Najib’s Sita Devi, Najib begs Selangor Indian voters give BN a chance

Kamalanathan is a relative of Samy Vellu whom he can control, so Samy makes a pact with UMNO to play it for the public to ensure his hold on the party and the supporters are not affected. In this way, he would look good for the public as he can point out to the Indian voters that he … Continue reading