A religiously restrictive environment will only push people, including Muslims, away from Islam.
Do you think we could see a situation where the Malays would willingly and generously contribute towards the building of a church, temple or shrine?
In a mish-mash of audio, video, graphics and chit chat, this live stage documentary sees journalists Ezra Zaid and Zan Azlee asking the question – are Malaysians being radicalised and why?
Hijabsta Ballet is proof that Malaysian Muslims do not want to understand the religion of Islam by discouraging intellectual discourse.
It is easier to blanket perception towards dogs than to completely understand different interpretations of how the matter should be handled.
If there was a boycott, the people who would directly suffer would be Malaysians themselves.
Okay, let’s add the backstory and some context to the issue.
The sermon I heard at the mosque on the first day of Aidilfitri made me mad!
After the breaking of fast (and some good coffee and ice cream!), we left the restaurant and I was still a Muslim.
Freedom of religion is a right of every Malaysian, as enshrined in Article 11 of the Federal Constitution.
Such is the way many Malaysians seem to view religion: without logic or reasoning and merely rituals and blind faith.