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Malaysia plans anti-terror law amid ISIS fears
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Malaysia plans anti-terror law amid ISIS fears

Muslim-majority Malaysia will soon introduce a new anti-terrorism law to counter a potential security threat from supporters of the extremist ISIS group, PM Najib Razak said. Times of India, 1 month ago

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Malaysia's dog-patting event faces flak from Islamic scholars

A novel “dog patting” campaign in Muslim-majority Malaysia, aimed at helping people overcome their fear of dogs, has triggered a controversy after Islamic scholars criticised it, prompting authorities to launch a probe. The event "I want to touch a dog" held here on Sunday to encourage people to pat dogs, considered unclean in Islam, was attended by some 800 people including women and children, and nearly half of them were Muslims. Islamic scholars said that while touching a dog is ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Islamic Scholars Slam Malaysia's Dog-Patting Event  Outlook2 months ago

Study shows most Muslims want Syariah law

WE agree with the 25 top Malay figures that a solution must be found to the continuing unresolved disputes on the position and application of Islamic laws in this country in Need for a consultative process ( The Star , Dec 8). The disputes are ... week ago Response to the 25 prominent Malay figures on position of Syariah Law —31 Muslim Scholars  Malay Mail1 week ago
World Politics Review

Peace talks on Thai PM's agenda on first visit to Malaysia

Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha (pic) is expected to discuss the deadly Muslim insurgency in southern Thailand with Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak. ― File pic KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 1 ― Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha held talks with ...
 Malay Mail4 weeks ago To End Southern Insurgency, Thailand Must Confront Hard Realities  World Politics Review3 weeks ago Thailand's PM discusses peace talks in Malaysia  Qatar Tribune3 weeks ago Thai, Malaysian leaders discuss rebel peace talks  Taipei Times Online3 weeks ago
Malaysian Insider

Muslim extremism in Malaysia linked to biased Qur'an translation

Malaysia: The seeds of the "Allah" controversy, the custody battles between Muslim and non-Muslim spouses and the spread of anti-Christian feelings in Malaysia can be traced to a certain translation of the Quran, a recent forum on Muslim extremism ...
 UCAN India2 weeks ago Are fundamental Muslims prohibited from being moderates? — Ravinder Singh  Malay Mail1 week ago Muslim Persecution of Christians, August 2014  AINA2 weeks ago ISLAMIC EXTREMISM, DANGERS OF QURAN TRANSLATIONS  Misna2 weeks ago

Inquiry clears Malaysia govt in citizenship-for-votes scheme

Allegations detail a systematic clandestine campaign to fast-track citizenship for possibly hundreds of thousands of Muslim illegal migrants from the southern Philippines and Indonesia MALAYSIA's GOVERNMENT. Malaysian Prime Minister and United ...
 Rappler3 weeks ago Official probe clears Malaysian politicians of buying votes by giving illegal aliens citizenship  Japan Times3 weeks ago
Bangkok Post

Thailand, Malaysia set peace-talks conditions

KUALA LUMPUR - The Thai and Malaysian premiers agreed Monday that stalled talks on ending southern Thailand's deadly Muslim insurrection could only resume once all rebel attacks cease and its various insurgent groups come to the table as one. ...
 Bangkok Post3 weeks ago Najib, Prayut set conditions for new peace talks in south Thailand  Rappler3 weeks ago Thailand, Malaysia set conditions for fresh peace talks (AFP)  West Australian3 weeks ago Thailand and Malaysia set conditions for peace talks  Gulf Times3 weeks ago

Malaysia: Headscarves for women in markets

All Muslim women employees in supermarkets, food outlets and other business centres in a Malaysian state have been ordered to wear headscarves or face a fine, triggering yet another controversy in this multi- ethnic Muslim majority country. Authorities in ...
 Asian Age1 month ago Malaysian state orders headscarves for women workers in market  Deccan Herald1 month ago

Online Malaysia Boutique Zolace Unveils its New Website to the Public

Zolace, an online boutique that offers Muslimah women beautiful couture on the market, recently announced the launch of its brand new website. The company, whose fashions can be found at, aims to become the biggest online shopping website ...
 MoneyShow.com4 weeks ago

Actions of Isma and Perkasa must not be tolerated: Kurup

KUALA LUMPUR: Minister Tan Sri Joseph Kurup branded Malay right-wing groups Ikatan Muslimin Malaysia (Isma) and Perkasa as bigots who must not be tolerated. The minister in charge of national unity also questioned how such groups were able to ...
 Sabah Daily Express2 days ago Who are you to ask Muslims not to wish Merry Christmas PPP  The Malaysian Times5 days ago Kurup: What's wrong with Isma and Perkasa?  Malay Mail5 days ago
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