Malaysia perlu pelopori usul gantung Israel di UNGA (in Bahasa Malaysia)

Sudah dua minggu sejak Majlis Keselamatan Pertubuhan Bangsa-Bangsa Bersatu (PBB) meluluskan Resolusi 2728 terbaru yang yang mendesak Israel segera melaksanakan gencatan senjata di Gaza.

Meskipun dianggap satu detik bersejarah apabila resolusi ini berjaya diluluskan dengan sekutu kuat Israel, Amerika Syarikat (AS) tunduk kepada tekanan antarabangsa dan mengambil posisi berkecuali daripada proses undian, rejim Zionis tetap berdegil dan menggiatkan lagi keganasannya terhadap rakyat Palestin.

Politicising the ceasefire while the Palestinians are forced to become “human animals”

When Israeli defence minister, Yoav Gallant, declared on Oct 8 last year that the Palestinians were “human animals”, he and Israeli Prime Minister really seemed to have plans to literally make that a reality.

And I believe this is one of the reasons behind the vetoes by the United States of three United Nations Security Council resolutions calling for a ceasefire in Gaza the earlier part of this year. With these vetoes, the slaughter of Palestinians trapped in the world’s largest open-air prison became much easier for the marauding occupation army. To date, more than 32,000 people have been killed, mostly women and children.

The hollow gesture of US food drops in Gaza

As the world watches in horror, the Gaza Strip, already ravaged by months of Israeli atrocities, has begun to face a humanitarian catastrophe: famine. While the death toll from Israel’s relentless aggression has surpassed 30,000, the Famine Review Committee, the gold-standard international body that analyses famine risk, warns that Gaza teeters on the brink of starvation. Reports are already pouring in of children succumbing to malnutrition.

Will Bushnell’s self-immolation douse the flames of injustice and oppression in Occupied Palestine?

ON FEB 25, a United States air force serviceman torched himself to death in front of the Israeli Embassy in Washington DC.

He was protesting in the most meaningful way possible against the ongoing genocide in Gaza. In the words of commentators who have made the effort to highlight the self-immolation amid a near total Western media “blackout”, Aaron Bushnell’s action was the “sincerest” and most powerful message for everyone – not just the world’s leaders – to get up and do something for the people of Gaza.

National Unity Approaches and Strengthening Regional Confidence

Despite the disappointment with positions taken by some Arab and Muslim states, it's crucial not to succumb to Israeli propaganda that seeks to divert accountability for the crime of genocide in Gaza. International law stipulates clear obligations for the occupying power to protect lives, which Israel has ignored. On top of that, Israel has deliberately barred international officials, including the Secretary-General of the United Nations and other independent dignitaries or observers from entering the Gaza Strip.


Palestine's redevelopment, peacebuilding efforts must include empowering climate justice

In the heart of the Middle East, Palestine stands as a testament to resilience, facing multifaceted challenges that span political strife, socio-economic devastation and environmental degradation.

Amidst this, Malaysia's unwavering commitment to supporting Palestine through this unimaginable humanitarian crisis is a testament to our solidarity.

As we delve into this intricate tapestry of support and solidarity, Malaysia would assert that empowering climate justice is key to resilience and peace.

The Zionist regime’s outright rejection of the latest ceasefire proposal confirms its genocidal bent

Despite the waves of anger at the continuing slaughter of Palestinians in the Gaza strip which now sees over 28,000 dead and of which about two thirds comprise women and children, there seems to be no respite to the sufferings of the Palestinians there.

The demands for a ceasefire have been very loud indeed right from the beginning of the Zionist regime’s onslaught on the enclave, but nothing has come out of it despite the “pauses” that allowed a trickle of aid into the devastated region.

Israel is not a nation like any other, it has been and continues to defend its stubborn, hard-headed occupier-colonial mentality at every opportunity, hence its steadfast, committed refusal to accept any ceasefire until it achieves its “objectives”.

Diplomacy in Action: Malaysia's Comprehensive Engagement in the Palestinian Cause

Following more than three months of Israel's indiscriminate bombardment on Gaza, which has resulted in approximately 25,000 casualties and left 65,000 more wounded, including a significant number of children, women, and the elderly, the region has become a global focal point of deep humanitarian concern. Disturbingly, statistics from the UN World Health Organization indicate that over 1.5 million Gazans (out of 2.2 million) are displaced, while more than 18 hospitals lay in ruins or are non-operational. Furthermore, essential resources such as food and water are dwindling perilously, emphasizing the critical need for urgent international intervention.

Syed Hamid gesa Malaysia wujudkan duluan antarabangsa terhadap pelaku genosid

Kerajaan Malaysia dinasihatkan supaya mewujudkan satu duluan antarabangsa dengan memulakan prosiding perundangan di mahkamah tempatan terhadap mereka yang bertanggungjawab melakukan genosid.

Dalam ucaptamanya di Hari Memperingati Genosid 2024 (GMD) pada Ahad, bekas Menteri Luar Tan Sri Syed Hamid Albar berkata Malaysia perlu menimbangkan untuk melakukan intervensi secara konsisten dan menggunakan langkah perundangan bagi menyokong rakyat Palestin dalam kerangka perundangan antarabangsa.

Kes Afrika Selatan Di ICJ Tegaskan Komitmennya Terhadap Keadilan (in Bahasa Malaysia)

KUALA LUMPUR - Tindakan terpuji Afrika Selatan mengheret Israel ke Mahkamah Keadilan Antarabangsa (ICJ) kerana melancarkan tindakan ketenteraan ke atas Gaza menunjukkan komitmen negara itu terhadap keadilan dan akauntabiliti, kata Institut Pengajian Islam Lanjutan Antarabangsa (IAIS)) Malaysia.

Dalam satu kenyataan pada Selasa, IAIS mengiktiraf komitmen bersejarah Afrika Selatan dalam memerangi rejim apartheid, membuat persamaan dengan perjuangan menentang ketidakadilan di Semenanjung Gaza dan Palestin secara keseluruhan.

People Should Rise Up’: Scholar Urges Muslim Unity in Face of Genocide in Gaza

This is according to CEO of International Institute of Advanced Islamic Studies (IAIS), Dr. Syed Azman Syed Ahmad Nawawi, who made the remakes in an interview with IQNA.

Talking about the issue of Muslim unity, he acknowledged that imperial powers have been trying for “many years” to “put a discord among Muslims and disunite the Muslims.”

IAIS sending letters to world's religious leaders to call for a Gaza ceasefire

Former Education Minister Prof Dr Maszlee Malik issued an urgent plea to global religious leaders, urging their united efforts in advocating for peace in Gaza.

Stressing the pivotal role they hold, he highlighted the critical need for their influence in fostering both peace and humanitarian relief initiatives within the region.

Invoking Article 99 of UN Charter should lead to a sovereign Palestinian state

In invoking Article 99 of the UN Charter, Secretary-General Antonio Guterres not only draws attention to the urgent need for a ceasefire in the Middle East but also underscores the broader quest for a lasting solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

This pivotal moment presents an opportunity to not only address the immediate crisis but to lay the groundwork for charting a path toward a sovereign Palestinian state.

Calling for global solidarity for climate and peace at COP28: Support for climate actions and humanitarianism in conflict zones

In the volatile crossroads of climate change and conflict, humanity grapples with an unprecedented crisis, demanding urgent action and resolute solidarity. The accelerating impacts of climate change, particularly pronounced in conflict-ridden areas, necessitate collective global endeavours like never before.

The nexus of climate change and conflict
For regions fraught by conflict, the consequences of climate change intertwine with the harrowing realities of warfare, amplifying the suffering of already vulnerable populations.

Usah terjebak taktik Zionis memomokkan Hamas pengganas (in Bahasa Malaysia)

Di tengah-tengah genosid dilakukan rejim Zionis di Gaza, Israel bergelut dengan pelbagai masalah lain. Selain operasi ketenteraan daratnya menghadapi penentangan luar jangka daripada pejuang Palestin, kerajaan pimpinan Benjamin Netanyahu berhadapan tekanan masyarakat antarabangsa semakin memuncak.

Resolusi mendesak Israel melakukan gencatan senjata dibawa ke Perhimpunan Agung Persatuan Bangsa-Bangsa Bersatu (UNGA) misalnya menyaksikan sokongan besar 120 negara dan 14 negara menentang.

War in Gaza - Will Israel Suffer the Perpetual Guilt? Not Likely

While the massive bombing of Gaza may seem like ‘a specter from hell’, if that word can even describe anything more insidious than the carnage. Do not expect Israel to apologize for the use of heavy bombing in the near future; excessive or otherwise. Why? 

For what it is worth, something did gravely go wrong under the administration of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his Minister of National Security Itamar Ben Gvir

Ceasefire is not enough, the only way for peace is to end Israel’s Occupation

The conflict between Israel and Gaza has stretched on for ten long days, and the toll is heart-wrenching. Al Jazeera's reports reveal a staggering toll on human lives: Israeli air raids have claimed the lives of over 2,670 Palestinians, with approximately a quarter of them being children. Meanwhile, Hamas's military operation has claimed the lives of 1,400 Israelis, including 286 soldiers.

PM Anwar Ibrahim's Resolute Stance on Gaza: Uniting Malaysia's Support

The Gaza conflict has been a long-standing and deeply sensitive issue for Muslims worldwide. As the world watches the crisis unfold, the need for strong, vocal leadership to champion the Palestinian cause is more crucial than ever. In this context, Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim of Malaysia has emerged as a prominent and unifying figure, using his voice and influence to galvanize support for the Palestinian people among the diverse population of Malaysia.

As a leader of a multi-ethnic and multi-religious nation, Anwar Ibrahim faces the challenge of striking a balance between expressing solidarity with the Palestinian cause and uniting his country’s diversity.

How Asean can benefit from China’s historic role in the Saudi-Iran rapprochement

The recent announcement of a China-brokered deal to restore diplomatic relations between Saudi Arabia and Iran has been hailed as a major breakthrough for the Middle East and a significant achievement for Beijing’s diplomacy. The deal, which was made public on March 11, 2023, ended more than six years of formal estrangement and decades of enmity between the two regional rivals, which have been locked in a proxy war in Yemen and have supported opposing sides in other conflicts such as Syria, Iraq and Lebanon.

Crackdown on Muslim Democrats a setback for Tunisian democracy

The recent arbitrary arrest of Rached Ghannouchi, the leader of Tunisia's Ennahda party, by President Kais Saied has brought Tunisia's political turmoil to the limelight.

The 81-year-old Ghannouchi reportedly was breaking his fast on the 27th day of Ramadan when nearly 100 policemen raided his house and took him into custody.