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Malaysia: The ‘Non-Debate’ in the Muslim World
For many years now, we have witnessed the rise of more and more Islamist groups who claim for themselves the exclusive monopoly over the form and content of Islam itself.
Malaysia: Entering the sacred turf
One of the more important outcomes to the Inter-Faith Commission conference (IFC) and the Jan 20 Jawi (Federal Territory Religious Department) raid is the rise of civil society voices.
Malaysia: Islamism in Malaysia by Farish Noor
The second part of Malaysia’s home-grown Taliban: is this the future of ‘moderate’ Islam in Malaysia?
Malaysia: Malaysia's home-grown Taliban
Is this the future of 'Moderate' Islam in Asia? (Part One) by Farish A. Noor
Malaysia: Islam and multi-culturalism
WLUML networker Zainah Anwar says, "Umno and Pas are engaged in a holier-than-thou battle."
Malaysia: Religion and Women: the Feminist Experience in Islamic Malaysia
Patriarchal societies most often consider feminism to be a rebellious break away from culture and religious traditions.
Malaysia: Sisterhood in Islam
Sisters in Islam (SIS) began in a living room with a group of women who got together to study the Quran because they were concerned about the oppression women faced in the name of Islam.
Malaysia: Major defeat for progressives and for Islamists
A report on the major defeat of the Islamist party PAS in Malaysia's recent elections.
Malaysia: Joint Action Group against Violence against Women
Women Monitoring Election Candidates (WoMEC).
Malaisie: Tenue islamique exigée au bureau
Le gouvernement d’un Etat du nord de la Malaisie a imposé le port de tenues islamiques au travail à toutes les femmes. Même les non-musulmanes doivent s’y conformer.
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