Malaysia

London visit takes Malaysia-UK ties to greater heights

The Borneo Post 9 July 2013

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak’s four-day visit to the United Kingdom (UK) which ended on Thursday has taken Kuala Lumpur-London relationships to greater

 

From Islamist to Freethinker

Wall Street Journal 2 July 2013
By PAUL BERMAN

At age 19, Amir Ahmad Nasr was perched awkwardly between a politicized religious culture and modern skeptical rationalism

Amir Ahmad Nasr was born in 1986 in Sudan, but when he was still a little child his father's career brought the family to Qatar and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and young Mr. Nasr

 

Two-thirds of Maldivians back moratorium on flogging: survey

Minivan News 27 June 2013
By JJ Robinson

Nearly two-thirds of Maldivians support a moratorium on flogging, according to the results of a survey conducted by Asia Research Partners and social activism website

 

Islam in a Nutshell Brochure

Citizen Warrior 26 June 2013

Islam in a Nutshell (PDF document)

The Counter Jihad Coalition in California put together a brochure entitled "Islam in a Nutshell." Here's what the creators of the brochure said about it:

What we have found is that many people still do not know Islam. And they do not want to take much time to learn it. This simple short brochure gives a good summary about the doctrine in 10 minutes of reading.

 

Pamphlet to Hand Out at Protests and Elsewhere

citizenwarrior.com 18 June 2013

The following is a pamphlet someone (who wishes to remain anonymous) wrote for the protest in Manchester, Tennessee.

It is meant to be printed on both sides and folded in half. You have the author's permission to use it in any way you want.

 

The Least Peaceful Countries in the World are Muslim

FRONTPAGEMAG.COM 17 June 2013
By Daniel Greenfield

So much for the Religion of Peace trademark.

With so much of strife and violence dominating our world, and the aftermath of the Arab Spring, its violent protests and repressive regimes adding their bit, it is not

 

North Aceh Head Bans Women From Dancing in Public

JakartaGlobe 27 May 2013
By Camelia Pasandaran

A women’s rights group has criticized a move by North Aceh’s district head to ban women in the area from dancing in public places. Muhammad Thaib, the district chief, on

 

Child rape case sparks outrage in Malaysia

The Sydney Morning Herald 27 May 2013
By Lindsay Murdoch

A 40 year-old Muslim man charged with raping a 12 year-old girl and marrying her in Malaysia says he sees nothing wrong with his actions under sharia or Islamic law. "There

 

Death to Churches Under Islam: A Study of the Coptic Church, Part II

Right Side News 30 April 2013
By Raymond Ibrahim

    Jesus painting splattered with the blood of Christian worshipers killed during the 2011 bombing of the Church of Two Saints

The Modern Era

After some 14 centuries of persecution and church attacks,Egypt’s Copts ushered in the 2011 new year by having one of their largest Jesus painting splattered with the blood of Christian worshipers killed during the 2011 bombing of the Church of Two SaintsJesus painting splattered with the blood of Christian worshipers killed during the 2011 bombing of the Church of Two Saintschurches attacked:

 

Malaysia Company Knowingly Profiting from the Taliban

The Jawa Report 14 March 2013

UPDATE by Rusty 3/13/13: Despite several assurances that this was being escalated to a "Senior Administrator", SKS Technology in Malaysia continues to illegally provide the

 

Asian Security Officers Killed in Sultan Conflict

Wall Street Journal 4 March 2013
By JAMES HOOKWAY

Fears of a wider confrontation between a Filipino Muslim clan and security forces in Malaysia's eastern Sabah state sharpened Sunday after Malaysian police said unidentified

 

83% Malaysian Muslims say use of ‘Allah’ exclusive to them

TruthDive 28 February 2013

Eighty-three per cent of Muslims interviewed in a recent poll agree that the practice of the word Allah is their absolute right, a survey here found. The results were part

 

War on Women: Taliban Kill 20% More Women and Girls

FrontPage Magazine 22 February 2013
By Daniel Greenfield

…Islam. Fighting the War on Women since the year 610.

Afghanistan is going really well, as you might have heard. The negotiations with the Taliban are going smoothly and they just put in a bid to kill 20 percent more women and girls in the new united Afghan government.

 

Qatar to invest US$5b in Malaysia

Business Times - Malaysia 29 January 2013

Qatar’s sovereign wealth fund plans to spend half of the US$10 billion it expects to invest in Malaysia on a petrochemicals complex aimed at transforming the Southeast Asian

 

Malaysia 'Bible-Burning Festival' Over Use of 'Allah' Threatens Country's Stability

Christian Post 28 January 2013
By Katherine Weber

Tensions between Muslims and Christians in Malaysia have quickly escalated in the recent days following the advocacy of a "Bible-burning festival," an idea fueled by a

 

‘Bible-burning fest’: Calls to set alight Malaysian Bibles for use of 'Allah' spark outrage

RT 24 January 2013

Leaflets inviting people to a "Bible-burning festival” have stirred outrage in Malaysia. This coincided with a nationalist group leader urging to "seize and burn”

 

Issues of the day: Islamic teaching in Catholic schools

Jakarta Post 22 January 2013

The Catholic Diocese of Surabaya, East Java, is saying that the local office of the Religious Affairs Ministry has misrepresented its position on the religious education of

 

Vatican Opens First Embassy in Malaysia

JakartaGlobe 18 January 2013
By Yong Yen Nie

Kuala Lumpur. The Vatican has opened its first embassy in Malaysia and appointed an American Archbishop to be the ambassador here, after the Holy See and Malaysia established

 

Upheaval In Islamic World Greatest Threat To Christians In 2013

Cross Rhythms 10 January 2013

Continuing upheaval in the Islamic world looks set to pose the greatest threat to Christians in 2013, believes Release International, which serves persecuted Christians

 

Report points to 100 million persecuted Christians

Deutsche Welle 9 January 2013

The non-denominational Christian relief organization Open Doors has said about 100 million Christians face persecution around the world. The group pointed to an increase in

 
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