If one religion is allowed to permeate schools, then so should all other religions too.
In Malaysia, where religious and racial friction is commonplace, cultivating social cohesion remains a great challenge.
“If I were in a church and heard the word ‘Allah’ being used, I would probably feel very uncomfortable and disoriented.”
Freedom of religion is a right of every Malaysian, as enshrined in Article 11 of the Federal Constitution.
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