The videos affair highlights a reality of political life in Malaysia: that leaders cannot avoid being held to a religious benchmark if they desire credibility in the public eye.
Many who express hatred towards the LGBT community are simply ignorant of basic science and physiology.
The duo should seek damages for the punishment they suffered. The public shaming aspect of the punishment in Terengganu is especially alarming.
A criminologist takes issue with a culture that finds it acceptable to bend the rules or laws, and calls out leaders for nepotism and high level of corruption.
Malaysia is about more than just which political party wins – what lives on are the values we choose to pass down.
Study by international team led by American psychologist cannot be used as evidence that atheists are morally bad or even good, says UPM lecturer.