Investigating the Investigative journalism of Al Jazeera

Women are led in handcuffs onto trucks waiting to transport them to the Immigration Department's detention centres, in Petaling Jaya Old Town, Selangor, on May 20, 2020. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, July 10, 2020.

Commentary by Mustafa K Anuar 

SIX Al Jazeera employees have been called in for police investigation under Malaysia’s Penal Code, Sedition Act and Communications and Multimedia Act in the wake of their 25-minute “101 East” investigative documentary, Locked Up in Malaysia’s Lockdown.  

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  • The rot starts in the head of the fish, as can be seen in the parliamentary exchanges over the removal of the existing Speaker. Hopefully the authorities will introduce a course in how to behave in a civilised manner in our school civics curriculum. And make sure all MPs undergo the course and be examined on it.

    Posted 1 month ago by Panchen Low