As the global community becomes increasingly connected, the imperative for businesses to align with ethical standards is clear – ignoring this trend could have lasting consequences for brand reputations, and bottom lines, worldwide, writes strategic communications practitioner, Eliza Mohamed.
Diplomacy has not worked in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict because Israel, America, Britain, and their cohorts are not interested in resolving the conflict, but to obliterate Palestine and its people, and replace it with the ‘Greater Israel’, writes Professor Emeritus Datuk Dr Mohamed Ghouse Nasuruddin.
Universiti Malaya academician Professor Dr Mohammad Tariqur Rahman writes about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict that goes back centuries, and that the killing or murdering of innocent men, women, and children, cannot be used as justification to capture the ‘Promised Land’.
Raja Permaisuri Agong, Tunku Azizah Aminah Maimunah Iskandariah, expresses anger at the gross violation of human rights in Gaza, and urges global leaders to demand a ceasefire, during a forum in Istanbul, Turkiye, today, in support of the Palestinians.
It is important for the world to take into account the welfare of children who will survive the war in Gaza by providing immediate relief, psychological support, education, and protection, writes forensic odontologist specialist, Dr Rabi’ah Al-Adawiyah Rahmat.
It is a fallacy to think that the rule of law, based on the universal moral and ethical principles subscribed by all religious beliefs, governs the geopolitics of the world, writes senior academician Professor Emeritus Datuk Dr Mohamed Ghouse Nasuruddin.
It is only right to use our national language when corresponding with government agencies, but we should not involve our schoolchildren in the Middle East conflict, writes Graig Nunis.
Did Israel ‘allow’ the Oct 7 attacks by Hamas to happen, to provide justification for what will unfold in the coming weeks? Or was it a total intelligence failure, the biggest military blunder since the Yom Kippur War? If it’s the former, it certainly won’t be the first time this has happened.
Perhaps in 2,600 years, the world will finally come to its senses, and once again hang its head in collective shame over the ‘Palestinian Holocaust’ it did nothing to prevent, writes Haris Hussain.
Emotions rise, and friendships lost over the atrocities in Gaza and Israel, writes Graig Nunis.
The United States, Britain, and their supporters could have resolved the Israeli-Palestinian conflict by instituting the two-state solution. Yet, these major powers choose not to do so, writes academician Professor Emeritus Datuk Dr Mohamed Ghouse Nasuruddin.
The current Palestinian-Israeli conflict should serve as a wake-up call for the international community to effect radical and rapid solutions before the Middle East plunges further into a cauldron of fire, engulfing the region and the rest of the world, writes Brigadier General Hesham Afifi Abdelaal Afifi of the Egyptian Army.
World Health Organisation (WHO) strongly condemns Israel’s repeated orders for the evacuation of 22 hospitals treating over 2,000 inpatients in northern Gaza, as the Israel Defense Forces continue to urge people in Gaza to evacuate.