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 […]
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 […]
Sabah is the second state in Malaysia that has issued a fatwa against Hizb ut Tahrir after Selangor. The fatwa has been gazzetted on 07/09/2017 which was embarrassingly just a ‘copy and paste’ of the Selangor fatwa without any change of even the comas and the dots. The fatwa, which is full of defamation, fabrication, […]
The Sabah State Legislative Assembly on 06/08/2019 passed a Bill to amend the Shariah Criminal Offenses Enactment 1995 by adding the definitions of Islam and Ahli Sunnah Wal Jamaah, besides making whipping as one of the penalties for the teaching of any doctrine or the performance of any ceremony or act relating to Islam that […]
Kuala Lumpur – Hizb ut Tahrir / Malaysia (HTM) has hosted an open forum entitled “Islamic Life Solutions”, located at the Khilafah Center, Kuala Lumpur. The forum explores the role and position of Islam as a mabda ‘(ideology) revealed as the solution to human life. The ceremony was opened with welcoming remarks and recitation of […]
On 28/07/2019, for the first time the Selangor Islamic Religious Department (JAIS) has begun “playing rough” by arresting two sisters of Hizb ut Tahrir in a raid at a café in PKNS Complex Shah Alam. Previously, they targeted only men with a total of seven members of Hizb ut Tahrir being arrested so far. Also […]
After 70 days of ruling Malaysia, the Pakatan Harapan government is still in the race to fulfill its promises to the people of Malaysia. On one hand, various policies of the new government have caused uproars of varying degrees; and on the hand, the promised media freedom and freedom of expression have manifestly opened up […]
“We, as the Uyghurs living abroad are pleading to you with the following, if you have decided to hand back the 11 Uyghurs in your custody, instead of handing them back to the Chinese government, it would be better, for the following reasons, if you just killed them yourselves.