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Interfaith Group ‘Worried’ That Ex-Judge Can Have Such ‘Racist’ Views

Former Court of Appeals judge Datuk Mohd Noor Abdullah speaks at an interview with The Malay Mail Online and Bernama on April 15. Pic:Boo Su-Ly/Malay MailKUALA LUMPUR: An interfaith group expressed shock today at the “racist” views of a former high-ranking judge who had called the presence of large Hindu and Buddhist statues in the country an affront to Islam.

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Driver, Passengers Injured As Express Bus Crashes At East Coast Expressway

Bus driver, several passengers injured when an express bus crashed into the guardrail at KM116 of LPT near Temerloh about 1am. Pic: Luqman Hakim Zubir/NST   TEMERLOH: A bus driver and several passengers were injured when an express bus crashed into the guardrail before it landed on its side at KM116 of the East Coast Expressway near here early today.

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Hishammuddin Receives Courtesy Visit From Communist Party Of China Provincial Secretary

KUALA LUMPUR - Defence Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein today received a courtesy visit from the Secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC), Guangdong Province, Hu Chunhua, at a hotel, here.

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Body Of Standard 5 Pupil Who Fell Into drain Found

Assistant Commissioner Khairuldin Saad /pic: Sinar HarianKUALA LUMPUR - The search team yesterday recovered the body of the 11-year-old boy who had slipped into a monsoon drain in Ampang, here, on Wednesday.

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Suspected Burglar On Police Wanted List Nabbed

JOHOR BARU - Police nabbed a suspected burglar who was high on the wanted list after a short chase which ended after the suspect's car crashed into a large drain in Taman Pelangi here this afternoon.

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Will PAS' Hudud Bill See The Light Of The Day?

Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi AwangKUALA LUMPUR - While PAS' leadership remain adamant in tabling a private member bill to implement Hudud in Kelantan, political analysts believe the move is in futility and no more than a political play.

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AG Asks Jais To Provide Info Into Bible Probe

SHAH ALAM - The Selangor Islamic Religious Department (Jais) has been ordered by the Attorney-General to provide further information on its investigation into the seizure of 300 Bibles seized from the Bible Society of Malaysia (BSM) on Jan 2.

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Lahad Datu: Utusan And UMNO Told To Retract Claim Against Anwar

KUALA LUMPUR - PKR today accused both UMNO and Utusan Malaysia of trying to prevent a case against Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim on the Lahad Datu intrusion to come to trial.

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Isma Leader To Muslims Mourning Karpal: Infidels Go To Hell

Mohd Hazizi Ab Rahman /pic: www.sfadzli.comKUALA LUMPUR - In a rebuke aimed at Muslims mourning the death of veteran opposition politician Karpal Singh, a leader of Islamist group Ikatan Muslimin Malaysia (Isma) stressed today that infidels go to hell when they die.

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First Sarawak, Now Tian Chua Booted From Sabah

Tian ChuaKUALA LUMPUR - PKR’s Chua Tian Chang was deported from the Kota Kinabalu airport in Sabah today, less than a month after the opposition lawmaker was denied entry into Sarawak.

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