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Fauziya Bayramova was Summoned to the Prosecutor’s Office for Accusing Russia of Colonialism

The famous Tatar writer, the leader of the Tatar national movement, Fauziya Bayramova, was summoned to the prosecutor’s office. She announced this on her Facebook page. Fauziya Bayramova writes that the consequences of her criticism of Minnikhanov, which she uttered last year at the Memorial Day, which is held annually on October 15, which recalls […]

Separatism in Papua is Free-Rider of the #BlackLivesMatter Movement

Cindy Makabory, a West Papuan woman living in exile in Australia, took part in a series of ‘Black Lives Matter’ protests in Melbourne, Australia, on Saturday, June 6th. In her speech, Cindy talked about the incidents that happened in Papuan student dormitories in Surabaya and Yogyakarta, where Papuan students were referred to as ‘monkeys’. She […]

‘Exclusive Right’ to Perform a Fardh A’in?: The Case of Friday Prayers in Malaysia

Recently, the Religious Affairs Ministry and the Religious Authorities of each state in Malaysia made announcements with regard to the performance of Friday prayers. Unfortunately, the decisions made have further increased confusion on the status of Friday prayers in this Muslim majority country. Some states allow for Friday prayers with a maximum of 12 people, […]

The Loss of Islamic Maritime Vision Makes Muslim Countries Only be Spectators of the South China Sea Conflict

In recent months amid the coronavirus outbreak, China’s naval forces are reported to have carried out intense maneuvers in the South China Sea, the scene for several overlapping and disputed territorial claims. The Haiyang Dizhi 8, a Chinese government research ship, conducted a survey near the Malaysia’s Petronas-operated West Capella, creating tension with the Malaysian […]

The Chaos of Democracy in Malaysia

The past week has been chaotic for Malaysian politics. Since the inception of the country, this is the first time a government that is barely 2 years old has been dissolved. The surprise resignation of Dr Mahathir has thrown the country into turmoil and uncertainty. Although Mahathir had been reinstated as the interim Prime Minister […]

The US-China Trade War: It is all About Technological Supremacy

“In July 2018, US President Donald Trump followed through on months of threats to impose sweeping tariffs on China for its alleged unfair trade practices. Over the 18 months that have followed since, the two countries have been embroiled in countless back-and-forth negotiations, a tit-for-tat tariff war, introduced foreign technology restrictions, fought several WTO cases, […]

Q&A: The US-China Trade Deal

Question: The United States President said: “The Phase One Trade Deal with China could be signed” shortly thereafter” January 15, the date that he announced last month to be the date of signing. Trump added: I would like to complete phase 2 deal with China after the presidential elections in the context of efforts to […]

My Rant over the Chinese Regime’s Annihilation of the Muslim Uighur Population

More and more harrowing accounts of the torture tactics of Chinese officials over the Muslim Uighur population have surfaced via social media. Chinese men trespassing the homes of the Muslim Uighur and forcing themselves upon the Muslim women while they fear backlash for their Muslim husbands in the detainment camps. Uighur movement monitored and forced […]

There is No Limit to the Perverse Actions the Heinous Chinese Regime Undertake to Dishonour our Uyghur Muslim Sisters and Annihilate the Islamic Identity of the Muslims of East Turkestan

Radio Free Asia (RFA) reported recently that according to sources in China’s ruling Communist Party, Muslim Uyghur women in East Turkestan, whose husbands are detained in China’s ‘communist indoctrination’ detainment camps, are “forced to share beds” with male Chinese officials who have been assigned to monitor them in their homes.

Islam Should Be First, Then Malay…

At the 59th convocation ceremony of the nation’s oldest university, the University of Malaya (UM), a student, Mr Wong Yan Ke staged a protest calling for the resignation of the varsity’s vice-chancellor (VC), Datuk Abdul Rahim Hashim. This protest was carried out by the student claiming that the VC of the university failed to solve […]

Organ harvesting – Another Atrocity against the Uighur Muslims in China and Another Disgrace on the Rulers of the Muslim World

UN Human Rights Council in Geneva on Tuesday, lawyer Hamid Sabi presented the findings of the China Tribunal, an independent tribunal on allegations of forced organ harvesting. It concluded that there was clear evidence China had been extracting organs from, and thereby killing, [including Uighur Muslims] and members of the Falun Gong spiritual group for […]

The True Independence is Achieved When We Totally Abide to the Allah’s Hukm

Malaysia celebrated its 62nd Independence Day last Saturday. The ceremony which involved marching and procession was held in Putrajaya with full sense of jubilance. The theme chosen for this year’s celebration was ‘Sayangi Malaysiaku – Malaysia Bersih’ (Love My Malaysia – Clean Malaysia) which emphasized on the importance of unity and the love of country […]

What to be Understood Behind Dr. Zakir Naik’s Issue?

The issue of Dr. Zakir Naik (DZN) has caused tremendous upheaval in Malaysia, where all highest national and political leaders, Muslim and non-Muslim alike, the police, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), Muftis, intellectuals, liberalists and the people in general, are all involved in debating over this well-known preacher. The issue emanates from a speech by DZN in […]

Why does Indonesia’s abundance of water still leave millions of citizens without a supply?

On the 27th of August, the BBC uploaded a film investigating the current drought situation gripping Indonesia. It is affecting millions of residents even though there is an abundance of water in the nation. It is reported that supply is not able to meet the demand in the summer months when many natural sources in […]