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The Pandora Papers Reveal the True Faces of Democratic Rulers!

The discovery of the Panama Papers shocked the world about five years ago. Today, the world is again shaken by the Pandora Papers investigation which involved 600 journalists from 150 media organizations in 117 countries. The investigation was based on 11.9 million leaked confidential documents involving 2.9 terabytes of data, from 14 financial services companies […]

Views on the News 22/10/2021

Headlines: US Support for Sudan in question if Transition Blocked, Special Envoy warns Tarin Leaves US without Concluding IMF Negotiations Biden says US will Defend Taiwan if China Attacks US Support for Sudan in question if Transition Blocked, Special Envoy warns US support to Sudan could be at risk if the country’s fragile transition to […]

Is the US Turning its back upon Science and Losing in the Race against China?

Two articles this week from the Independent each throw light in different ways upon where the US is heading scientifically. On the 11th of October, a headline read: “Pentagon official quits claiming US cybersecurity is ‘kindergarten’ compared to China,” and on the 13th of October another headline read: “Pro-Trump candidate suggests taking all boats out […]

Depopulation Haunts Singapore

The annual Population in Brief report showed the total population as at June fell for the second straight year, to 5.45 million – a 4.1 per cent drop and the largest year-on-year decline since 1950. The non-resident population fell by 10.7 per cent to 1.47 million. And for the first time since 1970, citizen and […]

You reckon them united while their hearts are divided: The United States stabbed France in the back

Australia’s negotiations with the EU on a trade agreement have been postponed as the scandal surrounding Canberra’s decision to cancel its defense contract with Paris escalates. As noted, in solidarity with France, the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen expressed doubt that the bloc could conclude a trade agreement with Australia.

Secular Compradors in Indonesia Exploit “Taliban Issues” to Attack Islam

As reported by medcom.id, Indonesian military and intelligence observer, Susaningtyas Nefo Handayani Kertapati believes that the movement adopted by the Taliban group needs to be watched out for in the country. Indications that lead to the Taliban way can be seen in educational institutions. “In our country, there are so many educational institutions that have […]

Views on the News 28/08/2021

Biden Continues to Struggle with the US Exit from Afghanistan After the US puppet regime in Kabul collapsed much faster than America had expected, with its head, Ashraf Ghani, hastily fleeing to the UAE, America was left with a chaotic exit from the country. The world’s media was filled with scenes of shocking mismanagement at […]

Game of Numbers in Malaysia

Malaysia’s embattled Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin on Wednesday insisted he still had the support necessary to lead the country after members of his key coalition ally said they would no longer back him following a rare rebuke from the king, amid continuing political tension in the midst of a surging coronavirus pandemic.

Views on the News 31/07/2021

After Afghanistan failure, Biden Seeks to Strengthen US in Iraq This week, US President Joe Biden received Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi in Washington. The media is highlighting Biden’s announcement of the end of the US combat mission in Iraq and its conversion to a training and support mission at the end of the year. […]

Covid-19 Pandemic – Acid Test on the Government in Ensuring the Well Being of its Subject

It is 26th June 2021 today and Malaysia has been under total lockdown (Movement Control Order 3.0) for nearly a month now. The lockdown involves a general prohibition of mass movements and gatherings across the country. Mosques are closed. All education institutions are closed. Non-essential businesses are closed. COVID-19 has certainly taken a serious toll […]

The Ambassador of the Zionist Entity to Singapore Propagates Deceitful Narratives in Southeast Asia

As Reuters reported on 17th June, the zionist entity is willing to work towards establishing ties with Southeast Asia’s Muslim majority nations, its ambassador to Singapore said on Thursday, despite their condemnation in May of air strikes on Gaza. Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei had urged the United Nations to step in and stop “the atrocities […]

Views on the News 29/05/2021

Headlines: * Pilots Bombed Palestinian Buildings to ‘Vent Frustration’ * US Lifts Restrictions on South Korea’s Missile Development * Bangladesh Recognises Zionist Entity * Egypt Cements Role as Middle East Power Broker * US Intensifies Outreach to Pakistan as Withdrawal from Afghanistan Nears * Covid: China Hits Back as US Revisits Wuhan Lab-Leak Theory Pilots […]

As Arab States Maintain their Intimacy with ‘Israel’, Muslim Leaders in Southeast Asia Condemn ‘Israeli’ Violence against Palestine

As the situation in Palestine worsens following aggressions by ‘Israel’, the Muslim leaders in Southeast Asia i.e. Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei have issued a joint statement to condemn the violence. The statement reads: “We condemn in the strongest term the repeated blatant violations and aggressions, carried out by the Israelis, targeting civilians throughout the Occupied […]