No Right To Cross Dress During Pilgrimage : A Reply to Justice For Sisters

We of the International Women’s Alliance for Family Institution and Quality Education (WAFIQ) write this piece in response to the letter from Justice for Sisters (JFS) published by Malaysiakini on February 4, 2020. Referred link : https://www.malaysiakini.com/letters/509469 In its said letter, JFS feebly attempted to defend the actions of Muhammad Sajjad bin Kamaruz Zaman which caused […]

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Wajar Hukuman Lebih Berat bagi Pemandu Mabuk

Berdasarkan rentetan kes kemalangan jalan raya yang telah meragut beberapa nyawa pada awal tahun 2020, WAFIQ menggesa pihak kerajaan agar segera mengambil tindakan bagi mengurangkan risiko kematian akibat pemanduan mabuk. Menurut laporan Polis Diraja Malaysia (PDRM), terdapat 191 kes kematian berpunca daripada pemanduan mabuk direkodkan pada 2018 dan jumlah itu kian meningkat pada tahun 2019. […]

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Sugar Dating is Prostitution

Referring to MalayMail’s article dated 5 January 2020 – https://www.malaymail.com/news/malaysia/2020/01/05/in-sugar-dating-two-women-in-kuala-lumpur-find-empowerment-and-self-respect/182475. Sugar dating, where one exchanges love and affection for money clearly only brings harm rather than good. It is bewildering how anyone could think that this is a good idea. Not only does it degrade the honorable status of women in society, it also promotes adultery […]

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Menjawab Kritikan Feminis Terhadap Hadis

Pada abad ke-20, Guillaume adalah antara orientalis pertama yang membahaskan hadis-hadis berkaitan wanita dari perspektif yang negatif, selain sokongannya terhadap idea Goldziher dalam menolak hadis. Di dalam bukunya yang bertajuk The Traditions of Islam (1966), beliau telah memilih lima hadis berkaitan karakter dan peranan wanita yang dianggap sebagai diskriminasi terhadap wanita. Walaupun Guillaume menekankan lebih […]

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MACSA : Concerns and Commendations for SUHAKAM Over Its 2018 Annual Report

The Malaysian Alliance of Civil Society Organisations in the UPR Process (MACSA) congratulates the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (SUHAKAM) on the occasion of the first parliamentary discussion of its annual human rights report recently. Indeed, this momentous occasion, which we are aware that SUHAKAM has been pushing for since its inception in 1999, deserves […]

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MACSA : Kesatuan Eropah Perlu Hormat Nilai Yang Dipegang Rakyat Malaysia

Pada 11 November yang lalu, jurucakap Kesatuan Eropah (EU) bagi Hubungan Luar dan Polisi Keselamatan, Maja Kocijancic telah mengeluarkan kenyataan menuntut pembebasan lima lelaki Muslim yang ditahan di Mahkamah Tinggi Syariah Negeri Selangor atas kesalahan hubungan seks di luar tabie. EU memberi alasan bahawa hak asasi Lesbian, Gay, Biseksual, Transgender (LGBT) adalah terpelihara mengikut konvensyen hak asasi […]

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Hiburan Yang Menjahanamkan Generasi Muda

“DI banyak negara saat ini, norma-norma moral dan etika sedang dipertimbangkan kembali; tradisi nasional, perbezaan bangsa dan budaya sedang dihapuskan.” – Vladimir Putin. Lewat 2013, nama Putin melonjak naik dalam media saat beliau menghentam gerakan global yang mengetengahkan idea kesamarataan berdasarkan buram liberalisme termasuklah gerakan untuk menormalkan gaya hidup lesbian, gay, biseksual dan transgender (LGBT). Ketika […]

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Why Do Liberals Support Gay Transgressors?

1. Secular liberalists have the temerity to support the wrongdoings of the men who were found guilty of attempting to perform rectal intercourse which is a clear cut unnatural act. Tragically, some of those who were found guilty are actually married. 2. We can truly understand now why Rasulullah ﷺ was uncompromising when dealing with […]

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