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  2. Freedom of religion in Malaysia - Wikipedia

    Freedom of religion is enshrined in the Malaysian Constitution.First, Article 11 provides that every person has the right to profess and to practice his or her religion and (subject to applicable laws restricting the propagation of other religions to Muslims) to propagate it.

  3. Anti-Hindu sentiment - Wikipedia

    The growing Islamization in Malaysia is a cause for concern to many Malaysians who follow minority religions such as Hinduism. [83] On 11 May 2006, armed city hall officers from Kuala Lumpur forcefully demolished part of a 60-year-old suburban temple that serves more than 1,000 Hindus.

  4. People's Justice Party (Malaysia) - Wikipedia's_Justice_Party...

    The People's Justice Party (Malay: Parti Keadilan Rakyat, often known simply as KEADILAN or PKR) is a reformist political party in Malaysia, formed in 2003 by a merger of the National Justice Party and the older Malaysian People's Party.

  5. Aw family - Wikipedia

    Aw family is the family member of Aw Chu Kin and his descendant. Aw Chu Kin started his business in Burma, which his two sons expanded it into a multi-national conglomerate that from Chinese medicines to newspaper, as well as bank, insurance and real estate.

  6. Bellingcat - Wikipedia

    Bellingcat (stylised as bell ¿ ngcat) is a Netherlands-based investigative journalism website that specialises in fact-checking and open-source intelligence (OSINT). It was founded by British journalist and former blogger Eliot Higgins in July 2014.

  7. Wikipedia:List of online newspaper archives - Wikipedia

    This is a list of online newspaper archives and some magazines and journals, including both free and pay wall blocked digital archives. Most are scanned from microfilm into pdf, gif or similar graphic formats and many of the graphic archives have been indexed into searchable text databases utilizing optical character recognition (OCR) technology.

  8. The Straits Times - Wikipedia

    The newspaper was established on 15 July 1845 as The Straits Times and Singapore Journal of Commerce. [5] [6] The print and digital editions of The Straits Times and The Sunday Times have a daily average circulation of 364,134 and 364,849 respectively in 2017, as audited by Audit Bureau of Circulations Singapore. [7]

  9. Hijab by country - Wikipedia

    In 2017, a legal ban on face-covering clothing was adopted by the Austrian parliament. Headscarves were also banned in 2019 from primary schools. In 2019, Austria banned the hijab in schools for children up to ten years of age.