Mustafa K. Anuar

Mustafa is a senior journalist with The Malaysian Insight.


1 week ago

Why driving around Penang in a Mercedes is a bad idea

Disheartening for voters to see symbol of wealth in a time of crisis.

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Why driving around Penang in a Mercedes is a bad idea

2 weeks ago

Party membership that’s a steal

If Umno members are being bought over by Bersatu, then the party should take the opportunity to cleanse itself.

Party membership that’s a steal

1 month ago

Youthful zest for nation building

Volunteerism alive and well among young Malaysians.

Youthful zest for nation building

1 month ago

Sidestepping human rights and Suhakam

Issues facing vulnerable and persecuted groups deserve Parliament's attention

Sidestepping human rights and Suhakam

1 month ago

Stand up and be counted

For MPs to do otherwise in parliament is to give voters the finger.

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Stand up and be counted


1 month ago

When rules are changed to suit the day

Are there different laws for different folk – even though the virus doesn't discriminate?

When rules are changed to suit the day

1 month ago

Year of living treacherously

Will the real traitor please stand up?

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Year of living treacherously

2 months ago

Sorry not the hardest word, Tiong

MP's attack against Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah an unnecessary distraction devoid of finesse.

Sorry not the hardest word, Tiong

2 months ago

Public funds for people’s welfare, not government propaganda

Reviving Jasa at RM85.5 million amid the pandemic is akin to buying a branded handbag on a tight budget.

Public funds for people’s welfare, not government propaganda

2 months ago

The essence of humanitarian aid amid pandemic

Politics should be secondary in aid distribution as the people need help immediately.

The essence of humanitarian aid amid pandemic

3 months ago

Having the cake and eating it, too, in Sabah

The unwillingness of some Sabah politicians to oppose the appointment of a PAS assemblyman is a betrayal of their mandate.

Having the cake and eating it, too, in Sabah

6 months ago

When leadership is driven by luxury cars

The money spent to acquire such cars could be better used to alleviate the people's economic hardship.

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When leadership is driven by luxury cars

7 months ago

The unfounded rumour of Redzuan’s resignation

If politicians are to resign, it should be done based on principles rather than political whims.

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The unfounded rumour of Redzuan’s resignation

7 months ago

Communities facing post-pandemic environment

The people must not let their guard down and take Covid-19 for granted.

Communities facing post-pandemic environment

8 months ago

’Sheraton Move’ turns anniversary of triumph into one of dashed hopes

Bloodless coup leaves Malaysians less than sanguine about their future.

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’Sheraton Move’ turns anniversary of triumph into one of dashed hopes