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More than meets the eye to Harakah’s editorial woes

By Pauline Wong If a game of musical chairs happened among the chief executives of any company (or any …

Are Malays truly “beggars in their own land”?

By Pauline Wong There is, truth be told, no ‘correct’ way to approach something as sensitive as the topic …

When PAS and UMNO unite

By Ariff Sabri, MP for Raub When the idea that a unity government between UMNO and PAS is seen …

Can we start taking climate change and the environment seriously?

By Ahmad Amir Azfar, former President of the Association of History, Politics and Strategy Students of UKM  It truly …

Najib Tun Razak’s subtle fall from grace

By Kasthuri Patto, Batu Kawan MP Two days ago, UMNO veteran leader Rais Yatim, who is also the governments …

Champion open debate and discourse on Islamic law

This is an open letter by a group of 25 influential Malays on creeping fundamentalism overriding  Malaysia’s Federal Constitution …

The Assembly of Sirens

By Ariff Sabri, Raub MP Why are we not surprised at the issues raised at the UMNO general assembly? …

2014: Yet another year of uncertainty

By Wan Hamidi Hamid, Advisor of Impian Malaysia Politically, the year 2014 for Malaysia was almost similar to the …

From Kampung Tual with love

This is a personal sharing and testimony by one of the volunteers for the Impian Malaysia project in Kg …

Ultra-conservatism could lead to chaos

By Syerleena Abdul Rashid, Political Education Director of the Bukit Bendera DAP  Things are getting out of hand for …