Every country around the world has its own population census and demographics study. It shows the make-up of the population, ethnicity, financial situation and a lot more.
There is importance in having data of the breakdown of different ethnicities in a country, most obvious for economic and cultural understanding, along with less obvious reasons.
But, do any of those reasons include the persecution of races that do not make up the majority in the country? Of course, it obviously should not.
My favourite doctor, Ridhuan Tee, recently wrote that non-Muslims should only be allowed to build houses of worship as big or small according to the percentage of their population.
I guess what that means is that, if Muslims make up more than 60% of the population in Malaysia, than their mosques should be as huge, if not bigger, than the KLCC twin towers.
If the Buddhists make up 20% of the population in the country, then their temples should be less than half the size of the KLCC twin towers.
And, the Christians, who only make up about 10% of the population, should only build churches that are, well, the size of match boxes, I presume. [Click to read the full article at English.AstroAwani.Com]