Lim Kit Siang

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Lim Kit Siang

‘Interlok a classic work of Malaysian racism’

Posted: 24 Feb 2011 09:12 PM PST

Malaysiakini Centre for Policy Initiatives (CPI) director Lim Teck Ghee has added his voice to calls for the novel Interlok to be removed from the Form Five Malay literature syllabus due to its perpetuation of "offensive stereotyping" of minorities. This, while the controversial novel celebrates the virtues of the Malay race, culture and value system. [...]

Libya: Past and future?

Posted: 24 Feb 2011 08:53 PM PST

After alienating powerful tribes, Qaddafi’s regime seems to be falling, but it is unclear who could fill vacuum. George Joffe 24 Feb 2011 Aljazeera Many believed that Colonel Qaddafi’s regime in Libya would withstand the gale of change sweeping the Arab world because of its reputation for brutality which had fragmented the six million-strong population [...]

70 and looking forward to more democratic breakthroughs (postscript)

Posted: 24 Feb 2011 09:23 PM PST

Turning 70 was a good excuse for my batch of classmates of Batu Pahat High School to go down the memory lane of our school days in the fifties. Michael Ong reminded me, which I could not remember, that in Form V in 1959, I had given the first talk to the school debating and [...]

Najib has tough fight against NEP ‘cancer’, says report

Posted: 24 Feb 2011 07:20 PM PST

By Shannon Teoh KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 24 — Datuk Seri Najib Razak is taking "an unprecedented gamble" by pledging to dilute the system of Malay patronage that has kept Umno in power, said a foreign report yesterday. The Centre for Independent Studies (CIS) — an Australia-based think tank — said that the large support for [...]

Libya’s falling tyrant

Posted: 24 Feb 2011 09:38 AM PST

Gaddafi reaps what he has sown during his four-decade rule: terror, nepotism, tribal politics and abuse of power. by Larbi Sadiki: 21 Feb 2011 Al Jazeera Libya cannot escape the infection of democratic revolutionary wind blowing through the Middle East and North Africa. If longtime leader Muammar Gaddafi falls, it will be a sweet victory [...]

Dilemmas of a young Malaysian abroad

Posted: 24 Feb 2011 09:17 AM PST

by Alea Nasihin ( The Malaysian Insider February 24, 2011 FEB 24 — When I first stepped off the plane in Heathrow Airport three years ago, I was your average idealistic 19-year-old who thought she knew everything, and who thought she had it all planned out. I was going to come to the UK, finish [...]

Commission must be neutral

Posted: 24 Feb 2011 02:11 AM PST

Brave New World By Azmi Sharom The Star Thursday February 24, 2011 To ensure that there is no conflict of interest, the conducting officers must be totally unbiased. THE family of Teoh Beng Hock has decided that they do not want to take part in the Commission of Inquiry which was set up to investigate [...]

One Libyan Battle Is Fought in Social and News Media

Posted: 23 Feb 2011 11:57 PM PST

Middle East By EMAD MEKAY The New York Times February 23, 2011 CAIRO — While Al-Jamahiriya, the Libyan state-owned television channel, was broadcasting nonstop patriotic songs, poetry recitations and rowdy rallies supporting the Libyan leader, Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi, on Tuesday, Al Jazeera, the Arabic satellite channel based in Doha, was showing images of angry Libyan [...]

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