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NEGARAKU_COALITION_NGO_LAUNCHWhat is the significance of Negara-Ku, the newly formed coalition? Why should we rejoice in the formation of another coalition that was formed among others, by the signatories of COMANGO petition? Have we forgotten that these signatories are the same persons who had opposed the articles in the constitutions that is pertinent in the sanctity of Islam as the religion of the Federation? We have not yet come to an agreement of what constitute the definition of racism, but we’re quick to agree to this Negara-Ku’s version. Negara-Ku mulls racism, in response to those who are defending the rights of majority Muslim where Syariah law and Islam position are being challenged. One may simply look at the unfolding events where online portals have cried foul over statements by ISMA or the Deputy Prime Minister to understand these premises. ISMA has been opposing the relentless attacks made towards Islamic institutions in Malaysia ranging from the kalimah Allah’s issue, JAIS seizing the Malay Bibles which had breached court’s order, down to case of child’s custody and apostasy. ISMA has also opposed the COMANGO demands as they we’re detrimental to Islam. These are not racism. Ambiga may

PAGE_1 KUALA LUMPUR: Many hands make light work is embodied perfectly by the non-governmental organization (NGO) from Pertubuhan Wanita Islam (PERTIWI) yesterday. Pertiwi helps the homeless community around Kuala Lumpur as the rest of the contented city folks goes on with their good life. Some of the help provided are the Pertiwi Soup Kitchen, used clothes as well as health examinations from Pertiwi Health Services. About 80 percent of the homeless in the city are Malaysians while the remaining

MAS1 SINGAPORE - Khazanah Nasional, the biggest shareholder of Malaysia Airlines (MAS), has suggested privatization as an option ahead of a proposed restructuring of the loss-making carrier, reports quoted people with knowledge of the process as saying on Wednesday. Khazanah Nasional owns 69.4% of Malaysian Airline System Bhd, the company that owns the MAS brand. At its annual general meeting recently, MAS CEO Ahmad Jauhari Yahya said the flag carrier needed a radical overhaul to survive as it