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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.
Malaysia: New PAS Terengganu dress code for women sparks furore
The state ruling party is weathering a barrage of criticism for 'riding roughshod' over female workers' rights in Terengganu.
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