Suhakam chairman reminds judiciary that their decisions set precedents in the way human rights is handled and freedoms enjoyed by the people.
It says this is a recycled, wild and slanderous accusation.
The finance ministry says it will always consider such requests in the interest and welfare of the people.
A local government department in charge of such facilities in Xinjiang's Hotan prefecture purchased 2,768 police batons, 550 electric cattle prods, 1,367 pairs of handcuffs, and 2,792 cans of pepper spray.
Heckling breaks out during panel discussion but moderator succeeds in calming them down, with one later apologising for the outburst.
The US Commission on International Religious Freedom criticised the Saudi textbooks for containing intolerant and inflammatory content.
In Bahrain, the Persian Gulf is properly referred to as the Arabian Gulf.
'However, it will be an issue with teachers assigned to teach the language without being trained to do so.'
Parents' group says ministry must explain if teachers not given adequate guidance on how to use new imported English textbooks.
Melaka Action Group for Parents says teachers have no experience handling these imported books.
Bukit Bendera MP Zairil Khir Johari says the education ministry should rethink the use of such books, which are not only costly but also have zero local content.
In a school with a student population of 2,500, publishers can easily earn half a million ringgit from the sale of additional workbooks.
The petition asks for Sybil Kathigasu's story to be made part of the history syllabus at schools.
Prof Khoo thinks so, saying this is why the contents of textbooks keep changing.