Monthly Archives: January 2016

Sometimes, the few know better

There really is nothing much to add to what is happening in Malaysia. People can see for themselves what is going on. My only concern is that they won’t forget and when the time comes, they will find the courage … Continue reading

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Why take it out on Christians?

The paranoia of some Muslims against the so-call Christianization threat is quite palpable. Off and on, some group will come up with a seminar or statement on how Christians are converting Muslims. Recently, Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang, the president … Continue reading

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A good first-time effort!

I made an appeal for funds for Syrian Christian refugees in the Middle East before Christmas. The response was ziltch! I, of course, was going to make a contribution whether or not anyone else was. Then, I decided to talk … Continue reading

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Blame it on the leaders

My current batch of students are mostly Muslims. They are refugees from Syria, Iraq, Pakistan and Myanmar. Except for the two Myanmarese who are Christians, the rest are all Muslims, Sunnis and Syiah. They know I am Christian, but it … Continue reading

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My 2016 predictions and beyond!

Despite the upbeat government spin, when you read the economists’ forecasts, you will realise that 2016 is going to be a difficult year economically and, I add, politically. The economic growth rate is predicted to go down from 4.5% to … Continue reading

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