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Reforming PAS : from Islamism to post-Islamism
The 2008 Malaysian general election marked a new beginning for Malaysian politics. The opposition parties' strong showing may lead to an end to the political career of Malaysian Prime Minister Abdullah Badawi. The election ...
The recent release of several Jemaah Islamiyah (JI) members shows that the efforts of the Singapore government and the local Muslim community in de-radicalising terrorists are bearing fruit. Yet, this was overshadowed by ...
Outlook for Malaysia's 12th general elections
As Malaysia prepares for its twelfth general elections, scheduled for 8 March 2008, most pundits and observers agree that it is unlikely that the 2004 performance can be reproduced. Public opinion has homed in on the ...
Race and religion in the 2008 Malaysian general elections
The 12th Malaysian General Election has brought forth various issues ranging from, the alleged marginalization of minorities to rocketing prices and the curtailing of religious freedom. These issues are threatening to ...
Where to Islam Hadhari?
Pakistan and Benazir : the way forward
The killing of Benazir Bhutto has once again thrown Pakistan into a state of turmoil. The landscape of Pakistani politics may be altered completely. The turbulence and instability could be overcome if the two main ...