A Clear and Present Danger

Human Rights Watch‘s Asia division deputy director, Phil Robertson, in a recent statement entitled ‘AG Should Not Appeal‘, said that “the end of the trial allowed a way out for the government to bow out gracefully. The trial court gave the government a chance to bow out gracefully from Anwar’s politically motivated prosecution.  It’s very unfortunate that they didn’t take it.” Continue reading

A Brief Review of the Legal Implications and Enforcement Issues Arising from Competition Act 2010


The competition laws were designed in order to ensure that the relationship that exists between the businesses are policed with an intention of ensuring that there is a fair competition within the market through the provision of a level playing field for all the businesses. Continue reading

Kenyataan Media Persatuan Peguam Muslim Malaysia (PPMM) – 3 November 2011

Kenyataan Media Persatuan Peguam Muslim Malaysia (PPMM) Berhubung Penganjuran Acara Menggalakkan Kegiatan Songsang FitrahSeksualiti Merdeka


Persatuan Peguam Muslim Malaysia (PPMM) menyertai rakan-rakan NGO Islam lain khususnya  PEMBELA  serta seluruh rakyat Malaysia dalam membantah dan mengutuk dengan sekeras-kerasnya festival Seksualiti Merdeka dan siri program berkaitan LGBT yang telah dan akan dianjurkan oleh beberapa NGO, artis dan aktivis atas nama hak asasi manusia. Continue reading

Walking for a good cause

The original report by the Star newspaper appeared here.

OVER 1,000 sporting individuals participated in the ‘Walk for Charity’ organised by Islamic Outreach Angkatan Belia Islam Malaysia (ABIM) recently.

The walk, held at Dataran Merdeka, was organised to raise funds for welfare and community activities. The beneficiaries include the Saudara Islam Development Programme, Mosque Tourist Guide Programme, Orphans and the Poor Welfare Sponsorship Programme, the Islamicare Programme for the disabled, Orang Asli Socio-economic Development Programme and the Hospital Visit Programme. Continue reading