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The government is introducing new rules to plug serious abuses in the Approved Permit allocations for car imports. I guess most of us will not be surprised by the scam that has been going on in the AP system. It's...
An advertised protest against Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng failed to materialise on Christmas Day when nobody turned up. About 30 police personnel were on guard in the neighbourhood and near the CM's residence. Journalists too were present. But...
A group of about 200 to 250 Muslims protested this morning in Penang against the High Court verdict granting the Herald the right to use the term 'Allah'. The gathering, in front of the Dewan Sri Pinang, opposite the Penang...
Gerakan central committee member Dr Hsu Dar Ren has quit the party on the third anniversary of the 8 March 2008 watershed general election. The reason? "Not so much because of the party itself, which has a good ideology and...
In a rare landmark visit to a prominent mosque, a delegation of Christians, led by Bishop Sebastian Francis, visited the Abdullah Fahim Mosque in Bertam in Province Wellesley on 14 December 2015. //embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js They were welcomed by the hosts,...
Pakatan leaders, euphoric over the turnout at their Lunar New Year open house in Kota Kinabalu, have told Sabahans that their state could play a leading role in changing the political landscape of the country. A sea of people packed...
Pas-Umno talks a bargaining ploy to strengthen Pas' hand in Pakatan? Going by the reports in the mainstream media, you would think that Umno and Pas are on the verge of merging.  Mustafa Anuar has a round-up of the coverage. The...
PopTeeVee interviews Pas MP Mujahid Yusuf Rawa on the party's efforts to draw in non-Muslim supporters. http://popteevee.popfolio.net/popteeveescreen.swf?episode=1088 What do you think? Is Pas really genuine in reaching out to the non-Muslims or is it merely for political expedience?
DAP leaders at a press conference this afternoon in KT 1400: The DAP holds a press conference to deflect criticism that its cooperation with Pas in the by-election is promoting Islamic hudud laws. Party adviser Lim Kit Siang addresses a host...
Here's a good example of why racism stinks. I believe ordinary people know racism when they see it and that explains the reaction of patrons of this cafe in Sydney to racist hiring policies.

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