Category Archives: MoCS News

Muslims should go to work on Christmas

By Zulhilmi Zainal COMMENT: In recent years, a lot has been said about what Malaysian Muslims can and cannot do with regard to Christmas celebrations. According to a growing number of tinpot ustazs, even the act of wishing Christians a … Continue reading

Posted in MoCS (Sarawak)

Datuk’s second wife hacked to death

A woman, believed to be the second wife of a septuagenarian ‘Datuk’, was hacked to death by two suspected hired killers at a house in Taiping last night. The victim, identified only as Habibon, 68, died on the spot during … Continue reading

Posted in Crime, MoCS (Sarawak), Police

Obama says spoke to Najib of transparency, accountability

© Provided by The Malay Mail Online US President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak (right) talk during the gala dinner at the 27th Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) summit in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. KUALA LUMPUR, … Continue reading

Posted in Corruption, MoCS (Sarawak), Najib Abdul Razak

Putrajaya is to be blamed for Bernard Then’s execution

by V Shuman QUICK TAKE: Malaysia has another first, and it is a dubious honour we can definitely do without. We may have a local hostage beheaded by Sulu militants, depending on which authority and news report you wish to … Continue reading

Posted in MoCS (Sarawak)

Yes, Adenan, now you know, Putrajaya can be ‘stupid’!

       by KS Paul COMMENT: Not everyone, certainly no BN leader, would dare to call Putrajaya “stupid”. When Adenan Satem did that, saying that Putrajaya was stupid not to recognise the Unified Examination Certificate (UEC) awarded to graduates of … Continue reading

Posted in MoCS (Sarawak)

Malaysia opposition rejects ‘safe passage’ for Najib proposal, insists on court process

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 7 — Opposition lawmakers here have dismissed a proposal to grant “safe passage” for Datuk Seri Najib Razak to leave office without facing charges in court, warning that allowing a sitting prime minister to skip the system … Continue reading

Posted in MoCS (Sarawak)

From electoral reform to political pressure group

           by Hazlan Zakaria BERSIH 4: For better or for worse, what used to be the pro-electoral reform group Bersih 2.0 is now a full-fledged political pressure group with clear political leanings and no longer the non-partisan civil society … Continue reading

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