A number of Arab governments are working closely with Israel to address the Iranian threat because they regard Iran a fundamental threat to their interests.
The minister in charge of religious affairs says his department is seeking a balance between the rights guaranteed in the constitution and the SOP of state Islamic authorities.
Lawyers for Liberty says limitations on the freedom of religion can only be justified if they are necessary for the protection of public safety, order, health or morals or the fundamental rights and freedoms of others.
Rights commissioner Hishamudin Yunus urges authorities to follow the spirit of the Amman Message in the wake of a crackdown on Shia Muslims.
Malaysian head of Who is Hussain? group tells of imagining terrible scenarios after the arrest of a volunteer.
Wan Salim Wan Mohd Noor says the controversy over the rights of Shia Muslims in Malaysia poses a dilemma to the government.
It is appalling that authorities in Johor and Selangor have chosen to raid private Muslim Shia events in the days leading up to Ashura.
Pakistanis, Yemenis and Singaporeans nabbed as authorities prevent Shia Muslim followers from marking the Ashura.
The sermon, among others, urges Muslims to be the eyes and ears of the authorities ahead of an important event observed by Shia Muslims.
The prime minister talks to a Turkish news channel on Sunni-Shia rivalry and Chinese treatment of its Muslim minority.
Facebook pages have mushroomed, many containing messages of violence against Muslim minorities.
The seminar on July 13 was to discuss the Amman Message, an international declaration also endorsed by prominent Malaysians.