Malaysia on the way ‘back’

29 06 2009

Malaysia, once known for its cultural and religious harmony, is fast becoming a bastion of Islamic extremism. Although things are still much better as compared to other Muslim countries, there are fears that this beautiful country can become another Pakistan.

The dominant ethnic group of Malays, that is almost 100% Muslim but around 60% of total population, has started to go beyond its constitutional right to exert pressure on other ethnic groups. We have heard many stories where ethnic Chinese and Tamils were denied government jobs or were relegated to a second citizen status.

There are also many instances where Hindus and Chinese Malaysians were threatened by the emerging breed of extremist Muslims. This trend can grow if the government fails to control it. And, the government is not controlling it. There have been reports that some elements in the government are actually fanning these emotions. More on this later.

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3 07 2009
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