Menyoroti semangat negara bangsa -FATIHAH JAMHARI

TIDAK berapa lama sahaja lagi, Malaysia akan me­nyambut Jubli Intan Hari Kemerdekaan negara. Dalam mengenang peralihan zaman, tentu saja kita akan mengambil masa untuk turut menyoroti perjuang­an membina negara kita sehinggalah Malaysia berjaya merapai pencapaian demi pencapaian yang membanggakan seluruh rakyat negara ini. Gemilang rakyat Malaysia dalam jurusan pendidikan, penyelidikan, kesukanan dan kesenian bererti kelangsungan…

PRESS STATEMENT: Chinese schools are destructive to nation building, unconstitutional, and must be abolished for the good of the nation

5th February 2017 It was with interest, if also grave concern, that the Concerned Lawyers for Justice (CLJ) read the news-report published by Free Malaysia Today (FMT) dated February 4th, 2017, quoting one Farah Halijah Halim, that Chinese schools in the nation allegedly promotes unity. [1] Not only does the ‘personal experience’ example given by…

Lamenting the Hypocrisy over the Malaysia Film Festival Awards Controversy — Aidil Khalid

The recent controversy over the introduction of separate categories for Best Picture awards between Bahasa Malaysia (sic) and non Bahasa Malaysia (sic) films in this year’s Malaysia Film Festival (FFM), highlights the dilemma that Malaysians are facing: the flawed national assimilation that ran for so long, over half a century, and still is running high.…

Use of Jawi should be encouraged, not condemned – Faidhur Rahman Abdul Hadi and Fatihah Jamhari

Reading the news these days it would seem that we are not short of controversy. As if existing controversies were not bad enough, certain irresponsible quarters have taken to reviving settled issues, such as the Bible Society of Malaysia (Bsm) with its sudden expression of indignation over the stamping of Bahasa Melayu Bibles that had…