If anything, the mosque members’ actions would likely push the youth even further away from the mosque and the religion.
Most Malaysians are no longer fooled by these politicians who are trying to gain political mileage out of nothing but being ridiculous.
To think about it – who has been making the most noise about Timah whiskey? The rakyat or just the politicians?
How many of us are just tired and fatigued with all the negative and frustrating news that are in the headlines?
We need more people to condemn it. Government authorities, religious authorities, everyone and anyone should express condemnation regarding the issue. Let it be loud and clear that Malaysians do not stand for things like this.
Alethea said she was the only one who was fasting in her school and she happily explained to her friend who didn’t know what fasting is.
I would have to say that the education system is the first place we go to in order to address the issue of racism.
At the moment, I can’t even differentiate the coalitions that exist.
What can be done to eliminate race-based politics?
I feel that the recent ruling by the High Court that the word ‘Allah’ can now be used by non-Muslims, is a very significant one for national unity.
Put race aside for now, and the Malays will support whichever party they see fit to represent them.