It is 2.57am, Wednesday, 29th May, now. I was arrested about 7pm yesterday outside the ABU office. I am at home now, after Tamrin, Safwan and I were released on police bail from the Dang Wangi police station about 11.30pm, having first had our statements taken. When we left, Tian Chua was still there, and had […]
By Singa Terhormat Haris re-arrested this evening outside the ABU office. To be taken to Dang Wangi lock up and held overnight. Tomorrow morning scheduled to be taken to the Court at Jalan Duta to be charged. Show your support Malaysians.
By Singa Terhormat The Jews subscribe to the notion that there is but one God. Like Muslims, they reject any concept where God is given or has partners. In this the Jews fulfil the greatest commandment that one shall take no other gods besides God (Tawhid). Where however the Scripture of the Jews differ from […]
By Peter Chong Barisan National (BN), the ruling coalition in Malaysia, might have returned to power at the recent national elections, but the response from UMNO is far from celebratory. The Prime Minister, Najib Razak, led the outbursts of anger by blaming UMNO’s poor showing on a “Chinese tsunami”. Mohd. Noor Abdullah, former Appeals Court […]
Despite earning a civil servant’s salary for three decades, Taib Mahmud, the powerful chief minister of Malaysia’s Sarawak state, is reputed by critics to be one of Asia’s richest men. Taib, 77, and his family are accused of massive corruption and running Malaysia’s largest state like a family business, controlling its biggest companies with stakes […]
It’s good to be home. There are just too many of you to thank by name. All of you who have been praying for Tian Chua, Thamrin and me, thank you. Those of you who kept vigil outside the Jinjang police lock up last night and again today, thank you. The flash mob guys and girls […]
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