Monthly Archives: November 2014

British elite unit carrying out secret missions in Iraq, hundreds of ISIS militants killed

Reuters/James Vellacot British SAS troops have been conducting secret missions that have killed hundreds of Islamic State militants. Using quad bikes and 4×4’s in Iraq, they have been seeking out enemy forces usually at night, killing up to eight terrorists … Continue reading

Posted in Foreign News, Terrorism

The journey of a transexual woman

By Susan Loone Regina Ibrahim’s maiden fiction “Perjalanan” (The Journey) is expected to raise eyebrows as the book exposes the emotional and physical journey of a transexual woman. Published by independent publisher Fixi, the book tells the story of a … Continue reading

Posted in Feel-Good story, Special Interest

‘In no man’s land, Najib talks but nobody listens’

Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak is not getting the support of extremists or moderates, said former minister Zaid Ibrahim. “He is in political no man’s land, speaking to nowhere man and getting the attention of nobody. I feel sorry for … Continue reading

Posted in Najib Abdul Razak, UMNO

Gigolo loses wife and ‘lover’

AT home, Iskandar is the perfect husband and father but outside, he harbours a dark secret – he offers sexual services to rich and lonely widows. Iskandar, 28, told Harian Metro he had to earn more money to support his … Continue reading

Posted in Sex

Son dies in custody, dad ‘threatened with gun’

A 25-year-old unemployed youth has died in police custody, and his father suspects foul play due to the bruises and ‘hole-like puncture marks’ on the body. The 67-year-old farmer also claimed that when police questioned him in relation to his … Continue reading

Posted in Police, Tragedy

Read my lips, we want equality

By Jimmy Adit OUTSPOKEN: There is no telling how many Sarawakians out there truly want to see the state leave Malaysia. It could be many. Or it could be just a few. But what is certain is in this age … Continue reading

Posted in Sarawak

The giants are in cahoots with the ‘dwarfs’

theantdaily readers READERS’ COMMENTS: It is an open secret that big timber giants have been buying logs from illegal log operators. If not how could these illegal logs disappear into thin air? If you look into the methods of payments … Continue reading

Posted in Adenan Satem, Sarawak