Since rural Malay votes are crucial, the ruling party may well decide to get into Hadi's embrace.
The holy month has become a cultural touchpoint for all Malaysians to celebrate.
Does proselytization mean we cannot talk about our beliefs in any way, shape, or form?
Will it have to offer Mahathir as PM candidate to counter the challenge of a PAS-Umno alliance?
It won't be able to adapt as long as it's not open to criticism and continues to talk down to the public, especially the young.
His continued presence in Malaysia appears to be disrupting our way of life.
The existence of a pro-PAS faction in Anwar Ibrahim's party is not doing any good to the opposition coalition.
The new minister with special functions occupies an unusual but maybe pivotal role.
The new reality is that politicians are assumed guilty till proven innocent.
Malaysians have learned to be wary of the government's intentions.
MCA, MIC and their peninsula-based associates suffer from a lack of gumption.
Its backing for Hadi's bill indicates that it is depending mainly on Malay support to win GE14 for BN.
There's no assurance that a rapist will change his ways if he escapes punishment by marrying his victim.
Ideas have power, but are they powerful enough to be considered threats to security?
The government must enforce anti-smoking rules like it means business.
If current trends continue, higher education faces the risk of being de-emphasised.
We must be allowed to fully understand the party's pet legislation because it may affect us all.
Conservatism in Malaysia has veered from its roots to become something far more poisonous.
There's little to suggest that Mahathir will get his way unquestioned, but his ideas so far are eminently reasonable.
Being followers of populist politicians obviously hasn’t worked out very well for us.
Those who attended Saturday's rally must have neglected to consider the implications of the party's move to change the law.
What happens when people no longer trust the government?
After all, it is the ex-PM who is currently leading the fight against BN.
There's a way forward: have a single education system, but require students to learn a third language.