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2017/09/21 | Stellina Chen
CARTOON: Aung San Suu Kyi's Head Buried in the Sand?
Aung San Suu Kyi says she does not know why people are fleeing and 'since the fifth of September, there have been no armed clashes and there have been no clearance operations.'
2017/09/19 | Hera Diani
Female Roles in Religious Radicalism
Where women once held only supporting roles, they are now beginning to take up more dominant roles in radical groups. Why?
2017/08/30 | Wong Chin Huat
A Roadmap for Breaking Malaysia's 'One Party State'
With the right balance of change and continuity guided principally by a two-stage roadmap, there is hope that PH may just garner enough Malay and non-Malay voters to end UMNO’s corrupt party-state.
Where Now for Indonesia's Banned Muslim Organization?
Operating under a government ban is nothing new for HT in other places in the world.
2017/06/05 | Phil Robertson
OPINION: Aung San Suu Kyi, The World is Watching Your Treatment of Religious Freedom
The international community won’t accept inaction or excuses from the Aung San Suu Kyi-led government this time.
2017/04/01 | Michael Clarke
Does China Have Itself to Blame for the Trans-Nationalisation of Uyghur Terrorism?
Uyghur terrorism is now a serious challenge for Beijing and may be a product of China’s own actions.
2017/02/09 | TNL Staff
Hundreds Lashed in Indonesia under Sharia Law
Sharia laws are particularly harsh for women and the LGBT community.
2017/02/01 | Melissa Crouch
A Personal Tribute to Burma's U Ko Ni
On Sunday, prominent Muslim lawyer, and legal adviser to Aung San Suu Kyi, U Ko Ni, was fatally shot by an alleged assassin. Melissa Crouch reflects on the life and legacy of Myanmar’s legal voice of conscience.
2017/01/19 | Hew Wai Weng
Reclaiming Halal and the Commercialization of Islam
Hew Wai Weng takes a look at what constitutes halal in contemporary Malaysia — a certification that today is less about faith and more about the commercialisation of Islam.
Religious Freedom on Trial in Indonesia
For a country that has claimed to be a tolerant and moderate Muslim-majority democracy, the Ahok blasphemy allegation signals a regression in religious freedom and the rights of minorities.
2017/01/05 | David Prentice
OPINION: The Rohingya Alan Kurdi
Will the shocking photo of a dead Rohingya toddler bring attention to the plight of Burma’s Rohingya minority?
2016/12/15 | Nancy Hudson-Rodd
Decades of Denial as Rohingya Genocide Continues
Recent violence in Myanmar’s Rakhine state has led to an increase in the persecution of the Rohingya people, but the international community continues to turn a blind eye, Nancy Hudson-Rodd writes.
2016/08/30 | Olivia Yang
Taiwanese Band in Controversial Music Video Releases Statement
'We thought this was a pretty positive story and I was willing to make the sacrifice.'
2016/08/26 | Olivia Yang
Taiwan-Malaysia Rap Video Depicting Prophet Muhammad Sparks Outrage
Commentators say the music video is 'an embarrassment to Taiwan,' but the band says it's a victim.
2016/07/27 | Shuhei Omi
UNIQLO Hijab: Giving Taiwan's Muslims Choices in Mainstream Apparel
Taiwan’s Islamic community has welcomed the move by UNIQLO to supply 'modest fashion' in Taiwan, including the hijab.
2016/07/04 | Edward White
Burma Rocked by Anti-Muslim Protests After Arson Attacks on Mosques
Is Myanmar’s new government 'sending the wrong signal' to violent, anti-Muslim Buddhists as religious tensions escalate?