Tag Archives: Sabah

Half of the miracle of a PH win is in East Malaysian hands

In a month’s time, we’ll know which government will lead us in the next five years. We are all familiar with the issues and the tug-of-war between the two coalitions, Barisan Nasional (BN) and Pakatan Harapan (PH). Both sides have … Continue reading

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In the fight for votes, don’t ignore the East Malaysian factor

Dr Mahathir Mohamad must be hitting where it really hurts, judging from the flak he has been getting of late. From the prime minister to anonymous folk, Mahathir has become the target of vilification and aimed projectiles. Najib Razak seems … 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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Sabah earthquake — a call to faith to rise

The prayers are many for the people of Sabah who are in shock, knowing that their homes are no longer safe from the effects of natural disasters like the June 5 earthquake that hit their home state. Sabah does not … Continue reading

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