If Mugabe lost, he has to accept the decision of the peopleMalaysian official invites Mugabe Apr 03, 2008
We should also note that only in Malaysia are Muslim women regressing; in every other Muslim country in the world, women have been gaining rights, not losing themMalaysian Muslims angry over criticism Mar 11, 2006
It was the biggest lie. If he'd rebuked me I'm quite sure I would have rebuked him alsoMahathir rebukes Bush Oct 26, 2003
It would seem that the great exponents and practitioners of democracy believe that the way to spread the doctrine... is by terrorizing the worldMalaysian leader continues controversy Oct 22, 2003
The Europeans killed 6 million Jews out of 12 million. But today the Jews rule this world by proxy. They get others to fight and die for themBush condemns anti-Jewish remarks Oct 20, 2003
Tun Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamad (pronounced ; born December 20, 1925) is a retired Malaysian political figure. He was the fourth Prime Minister of Malaysia. He held the post for 22 years from 1981 to 2003, making him Malaysia's longest-serving Prime Minister, and one of the longest-serving leaders in Asia. During his term in office, he was credited for engineering Malaysia's rapid modernisation. Mahathir is also known for his criticisms of western and developed countries.
During his administration, he was considered to be one of Asia's most influential leaders. Mahathir is also noted in the Western world as an outspoken critic of Western-style globalization.
Mahathir was born in Alor Star, the capital of the northern Malaysian state of Kedah, the youngest of nine children of a schoolteacher and a housewife. His father, Mohamad Iskandar, was of half-Indian origin, being the son of a Malayalee Muslim (who migrated from Kerala) and a Malay mother, while Mahathir's own mother, Wan Tampawan, was Malay.