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The Prophet himself wouldn’t comment on some things, activist tells PAS

Dr Ahmad Farouk Musa ticks off PAS for citing a hadith to back the party's stand on compelling MPs to declare their assets.

Man pleads guilty to insulting Prophet Muhammad

Chow Mun Fai changes his plea to guilty for all charges under the Penal Code and Communications and Multimedia Act.

Lessons for Malays from the Prophet’s engagements with Christians

Early Muslim history teaches Muslims today not to be unduly suspicious of Christians.

Duo accused of insulting Islam claim assaulted in prison

Wai Foo Sing and Chow Mun Fai say they were assaulted while in detention at the Sungai Buloh prison.

Man convicted of insulting Islam to undergo mental observation

Alistair Cogia's mother says he had shown signs of mental illness from an early age.

Man jailed 7 months for insulting Islam, Prophet

Mohamad Yazid Kong Abdullah has also been fined RM10,000 for the offence.

What’s the point of Jakim unit to monitor online insults, asks...

Tawfik Ismail asks how Jakim will differentiate between constructive and offensive comments.

Fourth suspect held over alleged insults against Prophet Muhammad

The 28-year-old man was arrested yesterday.

Jakim’s special unit to monitor online insults to Islam

This follows a string of cases involving people who allegedly insulted Islam and Prophet Muhammad on social media.

PAS just trying to pit me against Dr M, says Anwar

The PKR president brushes aside talk of a no-confidence motion against Dr Mahathir Mohamad and repeats the party’s stand to give full backing to the prime minister.

Man pleads not guilty over Facebook posts on Prophet Muhammad

Wai Foo Sing faces up to five years' jail and a fine of RM50,000.

Prophet was against racial bigotry, SIS reminds UN treaty opponents

Muslim NGO says most Muslim-majority countries have already ratified ICERD.

Dutch lawmaker cancels Muhammad cartoon contest over safety concerns

Wilders said he would never personally stop his campaign against Islam but the risk to innocents, and of attacks on the Netherlands, stemming from the proposed contest were too great.

Afghan Taliban urges retaliation over planned Dutch cartoon contest

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte has said that he does not support the planned contest but that he would defend Wilders' right to hold it.

Dutch arrest suspect in threat over Prophet Mohammad cartoon contest

The man, whose nationality has not been determined, was taken into custody.

Cops hunting man accused of insulting Islam on Facebook

Ipoh police say the case would be investigated under the Penal Code and the Communications and Multimedia Act.

Amid uproar, child marriage debate moves to historical ‘error’ over Aisha’s...

The age of the Prophet's wife at the time of her marriage remains a thorn among Muslim historians.

Focus more on environment, ulamas urged

Environmentalist Shah Redza Hussein says being green is one of the biggest responsibilities of Muslims.

Sweet and sour: Price rises hit seasonal Egyptian candies

Recent price rises have affected sales of traditional festive candies in Egypt.

‘How will Malaysia react to Saudi-style reform?’

Citing comments by Saudi crown prince in the New York Times on 'restoring Islam to its moderate origins', Art Harun questions if some Malaysians will call Saudis 'liberal'.

Why Prophet Muhammad is my liberal role model

Writer says that we need to change the preconceived notion of the word liberal.

Be inclusive, says Muslim group on Prophet’s birthday

Prophet Muhammad is a blessing to all, regardless of their religion, race and nationality, says Ikram's research bureau representative.

Dr Mahathir insults the Prophet again, says PM’s aide

Rizal Mansor accuses former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad of being more DAP than the DAP to the point he is willing to insult Prophet Muhammad.