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I’ll table unilateral conversion bill if need arises, says Selangor MB

Amirudin Shari says he may even table it at the next sitting of the state assembly if it becomes crucial.

Tug of war in Selangor as plot to remove MB thickens

A source says some leaders are hoping to strengthen their political power by amending law on unilateral conversions.

Pawn in the game?

There is a general feeling of uneasiness and disquiet about the appointment of Latheefa Koya as MACC head.

Muslim convert mum has right to convert her kids, court told

Lawyer Sulaiman Abdullah, appearing for Federal Territories Islamic Religious Department’s (Jawi) muallaf registrar, says the mother is valid guardian of children after a civil court granted her custody of them.

Campur tangan bukan Islam ancaman kepada Muslim, kata PAS

Pemimpin PAS melihatnya sebagai petanda buruk apatah lagi pindaan undang-undang yang dibuat selaras dengan Perlembagaan.

Unilateral conversion: Federal law prevails, says Azalina

Perlis’ amendments to state law will become inapplicable upon the passing of amendments to Law Reform (Marriage and Divorce) Act 1976, says the de facto law minister.

Mengapa MCA sembunyi pindaan enakmen Perlis, soal DAP

Ahli Parlimen DAP mempersoalkan kegagalan MCA mencari jalan penyelesaian walaupun mengetahuinya sejak awal.

Unilateral conversion: Public eagerly awaits final judicial opinion

A previous legal interpretation in 2007 is not legally binding as it is not the crux of the issue, says lawyer Ravi Nekoo.

MCA lauds Nazri’s assurance on unilateral conversions

MCA's Religious Harmony Bureau chairman says amendments to the law will ensure Islam is not exploited by irresponsible parents.