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.
Freedom of religion is a right of every Malaysian, as enshrined in Article 11 of the Federal Constitution.
Your national I/C has no jurisdiction over your faith By Zan Azlee There is no compulsion in Islam. This phrase comes from Surah Al-Baqarah of the Quran (it really reads […]
Blessed to celebrate two great prophets By Zan Azlee What a great time to be Malaysians! It’s December 25 and that means it’s Christmas. So Happy Birthday Jesus and Merry […]
My multi-faith family By Zan Azlee I always like to see my own family as a microcosm of the country’s larger society because we have members of many races and […]
In bleak times, faith in Allah should prevail By Zan Azlee Three years ago, I remember shooting a television reportabout the “Allah” issue in Malaysia for a Dutch news agency. […]
A rose by any other name would smell as sweet By Zan Azlee Call me murtad (apostate), I don’t care. Call me syirik (polytheist), I don’t care. Heavy accusations in […]