Mustafa Akyol says the cancellation of his programme yesterday confirms his conviction that Muslim societies need more freedom.
US-based Turkish writer and author Mustafa Akyol says authoritarian systems will end up hurting those who put them in place.
The Negeri Sembilan prince says what matters is that a leader cares about democracy.
Ali Abdul Jalil says 60 years after Malaysia’s independence the government needs to change as its reputation has been tarnished by alleged corruption and abuse of power.
Malaysians must continue the fight against oppression and injustice in the country.
Faisal Tehrani says religious authorities have undermined Islam's reputation as a religion that can withstand criticism.
Ban is not to curtail press freedom because other areas may be designated for those reporting from Parliament, says Lenggong MP.
DAP leader Lim Guan Eng says the celebration of Malaysian unity and shared values will help nation address economic challenges and other problems.
The cartoonist already faces nine charges under the Sedition Act 1948, it says.
Minister Ahmad Shabery Cheek says Dr Mahathir Mohamad as well as his new party are nothing more than DAP's puppets.
Veteran newsman also laments increased government control over freedom of press and expression.
With one pakcik insisting on listening to Adele loudly and another to Obama's speech, Fa is left wondering if it is right to enjoy one's freedom at the expense of another's.
The trio's lawyer, PKR's Baru Bian, said the three-member bench, led by Justice Tengku Maimun Tuan Mat, cited the Federal Court's decision in the Lina Joy case.
Detention, seizure of travel documents and contemplation of criminal charges shows government trying to create fear among pressmen, says Malaysian Progressives in Australia.
Former information minister agrees with MCMC's decision to block The Malaysian Insider.
Foreign Affairs Ministry tells the United States that freedom of speech and the right to information must be exercised with responsibility and accountability.