Adly Zahari questions the criticism of non-Muslims distributing food and gifts during Ramadan.
Leaders of major religious groups gathered for a buka puasa and an interfaith dialogue at the FT mosque.
If the monarchs have transgressed or meddled in the affairs of the state, it is because elected leaders have agreed to it or been complicit in allowing such transgressions to take place.
IGP says 58 reports lodged against the finance minister over his response on the PAS-Umno alliance.
There isn’t a single verse in the Quran that debases a person’s race in the context of human relations.
The acting Umno president says Umno and PAS are merely coming together on the same platform in the interest of uniting the Muslims.
With spent politicians, playing the race card is a matter of survival.
The fund would be created through the Unit for Other Religions.
Abang Johari Openg says some RM20 million has been allocated to carry out repairs of non-Muslim places of worship.
It says one-off pre-marriage testing will give the impression that HIV screening is not necessary after marriage.
The DAP secretary-general says the PAS president’s insistence on going ahead with the anti-ICERD rally is really about the political survival of PAS.
Speaking at the end of the PAS muktamar, Hadi says Umno-PAS cooperation can help check 'unreasonable' demands from non-Muslims.
PAS president says this is to ensure an increase in the number of party members and supporters, with Islam leading changes.
Wan Ji Wan Hussin says the caning of lesbians is not Quranic law but was adapted from the punishment for zina (unlawful sexual intercourse).
Seri Serdang assemblyman Dr Siti Mariah Mahmud says 'tazir' punishments, meted out at the discretion of shariah judges should suit the times.
PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang once acknowledged the advantages of a multi-cultural and multiracial society, but PAS information chief Nasrudin Hassan appears to have missed that lesson.
The PKR Supreme Council member says the PAS man’s statement was a blatant and gross abuse of the freedom of expression.
Centhra chief executive says shariah laws such as RUU355 have nothing to do with non-Muslims.
IGP Mohamad Fuzi Harun says the woman had planned to ram her car into non-Muslim voters at a polling station on May 9.
Indications are that an increasing number of urban Malays are showing support for PH while most rural Malays are backing BN.
N Balasubramaniam, who is representing PAS in the Bentong parliamentary seat, says PAS leaders are not fanatics and calls on Indians not to believe those who claim otherwise.
The US Commission on International Freedom of Religions says Malaysia is a 'country of particular concern' and has used religion as a political tool.
In a first for a senior official from the Vatican, a cardinal visited Saudi Arabia last week and signed a cooperation accord with Saudi authorities.
Sarawak state assemplyperson questions Unifor for lack of assurance, action in wake of recent trouble, threats following ruling on apostasy case.