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The Tribute of the Three Cows and Dr Mahathir bin Mohamad

Former Malaysia Prime Minister Dr Mahathir bin Mohamad urges Muslims to unite as brothers in Islam at the Sheraton Park Lane in London this week.

Australian Labor Party Suspends Senator Fatima Payman for Stance on Palestine

Australia’s Labor Party has indefinitely suspended Senator Fatima Payman for supporting the Green Party’s proposal to recognise Palestine as an independent state.

Rima Hassan to Deliver Muslim Votes for Jean-Luc Mélenchon

New York Sun Editor Michel Gurfinkiel discusses the upcoming elections in France and the strategic alliance between Jean-Luc Melenchon and Rima Hassan to entice Muslim voters.

The Strategic Alliance Agreement and its Ambitions for a Greater Israel

Balochistan Think Tank Network Research Officer Ali Abbas discusses the proposed US-Saudi Strategic Alliance Agreement in light of the ongoing slaughter of Palestinian civilians in Gaza.

The Muslim Vote Matters in the 2024 UK Election

Grassroots organisation The Muslim Vote aims to mobilise our brothers and sisters to vote in targeted constituencies where Muslims make up over ten percent of the electorate. Check out the list of independent MPs if you, like many of us, desire a sweeping change from the current state of affairs.

Türkiye and Malaysia’s Bi-Lateral Relations Continues to Advance in Economic and Diplomatic Spheres

The evolving partnership between Türkiye and Malaysia can be attributed to several factors, including shifting global dynamics, characterised by China’s ascent and the waning influence of the United States in the Middle East and Southeast Asia.

Hey Habibi, We Need to Talk About Geert

With the European Parliament Elections to take place on 6 June, perhaps it’s time to have a frank heart to heart on just how successful our bottle blonde half-brother from Indonesia, the Leader of the PVV Geert Wilders’ party policies will actually deliver on his election promise, “where the people of the Netherlands can make ends meet again and have money left in their wallets”.

Landmark QCAT Ruling Says X Can Be Liable for Publishing Hate Speech

The Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT) in Australia has made a landmark ruling this week that X can be held liable for hate speech that is published on its platform.

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Ex-Banker Finds Success and Satisfaction in Modern Malay Delish

According to Hock Kee Kopitiam Founder Nick Ng, leaps of faith require having a firm belief in what you’re doing and to take on challenges one task at a time.
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Indonesian President Talks Bi-lateral Trade with State Visit to UAE

President of the Republic of Indonesia H.E. Joko Widodo begins his two day state visit to the UAE this week, with the expectation to further strengthen bilateral trade across the financial and energy sectors.

How Unhealthy Assumptions Cannibalises Islam

Author Mariya bint Rehan discusses the paradoxical outcomes of social media influencers' pantomimes of ‘Muslimness’ and argues that in doing so, Islam is often portrayed as ludicrous and absurd.

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Hey Habibi, We Need to Talk About Geert

With the European Parliament Elections to take place on 6 June, perhaps it’s time to have a frank heart to heart on just how successful our bottle blonde half-brother from Indonesia, the Leader of the PVV Geert Wilders’ party policies will actually deliver on his election promise, “where the people of the Netherlands can make ends meet again and have money left in their wallets”.

Forged Parfait, Invented from Japanese Quail Available First in Singapore

Vow, a cultured meat tech company becomes the first outside the US to gain regulatory approval and sell cultured meat, launches its first product Forged Parfait in Singapore.
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