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This withering deconstruction of our government's dismal efforts in handling the CoVid-19 pandemic by @NatAsasi highlights the unsustainability of intermittent lockdowns and the devastating effects of such vicious cycles on the citizenry and economy.…
"I am not a public health expert, but there’s the slightest possibility that it does not take an expert to see a few patterns with regards to how we have been battling this crisis."
"From a public policy perspective, the problem is most frequently couched in terms of balancing public health versus economic priorities."
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As @NatAsasi unravels the enigma wrapped inside the conundrum that is DAP, he discovers that its "villainous" role as the perpetual bogeyman of the Malays is paradoxical to its stance of inclusionary politics, which also condemns the party to perennial bridesmaid status.
"DAP’s biggest asset is its biggest liability.

Of all the parties in Malaysia, it can be confidently said that DAP is the only peninsular party that can be guaranteed to win a large number of seats, no matter what happens."
"There is no reason to expect support for DAP to reduce significantly in any of its strongholds, no matter what happens politically in the near future."
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Our nation building initiative is a Dickens-esque "tale of two narratives", with ethnoreligious nationalist parties pursuing a tone deaf, tribalistic "Malay unity" approach, while civil society opts for a more inclusive #BangsaMalaysia conceit. @NatAsasi…
"LAST weekend, most eyes were on the Umno General Assembly, where we saw a lot of fierce rhetoric that began full of fire and brimstone, and ended in the tepid waters of the status quo."
"Despite all the posturing, Umno decided that it would keep all the benefits it had reaped from supporting the present government instead of resigning in protest and focusing on battling Bersatu in the next general elections."
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8 Mac 2021: Presiden ABIM, Sdr. Muhammad Faisal Abdul Aziz dan Sdr. Mohammad Fazril Mohd Saleh (Setiausaha Agung ABIM) hadir ke pembukaan hari pertama Pusat Pendidikan Alternatif Jasmine Ash Sham hari ini. ImageImageImage
Jasmine Ash Sham merupakan sebuah inisiatif pendidikan dari Malaysia for Syria (MFS), dan ditubuhkan khusus untuk perlarian.

Sekolah kini telah berpindah dari Taman Setiawangsa ke Kemensah Heights dengan kapasiti pelajar yang boleh dimuatkan seramai 110 orang pada satu2 masa. ImageImageImage
“Memberi bukan kerana berada, tapi kerana faham rasanya tiada”.

1. Sumbangan seikhlas hati Tuan/Puan boleh disalurkan kepada:
Angkatan Belia Islam Malaysia (ABIM):
Bank Islam: 14-023-01-003-252-7

Rujukan: #InfaqRamadan2021 ImageImageImage
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