Monthly Archives: March 2019

Moving on to a new blog …

This is my last post on brideinwaiting.net. It has been a good run and I enjoyed what I wrote and, especially, discovering my insights into political and social issues. I started the blog to write on faith issues for Christians … Continue reading

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The importance of engaging the right

I wonder if the gunman who went on a shooting spree at the two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand would have done what he did if the conservatives were engaged and felt part of the larger society in New Zealand’s … Continue reading

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Pasir Gudang pollution incident is a wake-up call for local councils

Regarding the students affected by chemical poisoning in the Pasir Gudang area in Johor, the most important question to ask is whether it could have been avoided. What was the cause of it? The state government needs to undertake a … Continue reading

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Hadi’s efforts for Malay-Muslim rule will fail

PAS president Hadi Awang has declared that the reason for the PAS-Umno pact is to ensure that Malay Muslims rule over others in Malaysia. Essentially, it is the same idea that PAS has always advocated — an Islamic state — … Continue reading

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Talking about faith to keep the faith

It is unfortunate that two people were charged in court on Wednesday for insulting Prophet Muhammad. If, indeed, their speech or action was offensive and considered a hate speech or hate crime, then the police action is understandable. Hate crimes, … Continue reading

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