- The Christians Win, But For How Long?
- Bible impasse: CCM youth reject 10-point proposal
- 10 more deserving RCIs
- Who speaks for the government?
Posted: 04 Apr 2011 08:44 PM PDT
By Kee Thuan Chye malaysiandigest.com 04 April 2011 IN their stand-off against the Government over the Bible issue, the Christians have won. Especially those in Sabah and Sarawak. Not only will the Bible in any language, including Bahasa Malaysia, be allowed to be imported; it can now be printed locally and in the indigenous languages [...]
Posted: 04 Apr 2011 03:57 AM PDT
by Hazlan Zakaria | Apr 4, 11 Malaysiakini The youth wing of the Council of Churches Malaysia (CCM) today rejected outright the government’s 10-point proposal to appease Christians in Sabah and Sarawak over restrictions on the publication and import of the Bible. The movement made this known in a tweet this morning: “Say NO to [...]
Posted: 04 Apr 2011 03:42 AM PDT
The Malaysian Insider April 04, 2011 APRIL 4 — The Barisan Nasional (BN) is apparently seeking to file a parliamentary motion seeking a royal commission of inquiry (RCI) to investigate a sex video clip allegedly featuring Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim in a sexual tryst with a prostitute. Perhaps because he is a lawmaker and also [...]
Posted: 04 Apr 2011 03:18 AM PDT
The Malaysian Insider April 04, 2011 APRIL 4 — All the Christians had asked was for Putrajaya to prove its sincerity over the Alkitab issue. And the government failed the first test. In the space of two days, Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein said the 10-point solution announced by Datuk Seri Idris Jala last [...]
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