In Umno’s Malaysia, fanatics go where even angels fear to tread

Don't the Christians need the Bibles for their own reading? Where's the proof and evidence of proselytization, assuming that the alleged propagation did take place and, furthermore, was wrong in law at the Federal level and the Constitution?

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‘Allah’ issue about Malayisation and Islamisation of Malaysia

East Malaysians accept the government’s assurance on the use of Allah at their own peril because what Umno tried to do in the 1970s and 1980s to promote the assimilation of a ‘national culture’ and setting Islamic values as the country’s sole values, it will try to do again.

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The roots of poverty in Sabah, Sarawak in Malaysia exposed!

sabah-sarawak-povertyA major reason for the grinding poverty levels in Sabah and Sarawak is that first Malaysian Prime Minister Tunku Abdul Rahman created the political term ‘Bumiputera’ to include, by the backdoor, the Malay in the same category as the Orang Asal.

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Separatist tendencies in Sabah put Putrajaya on edge

muh-sabah-sarawak-malPutrajaya’s unease with regard to the perennial question on the strange situation of Sabah and Sarawak being in a federation with peninsular Malaysia on the other side of the South China Sea may lead to the opening of Pandora’s Box as the racial and religious polarisation a la Malaya taking root in the two eastern states become more intense.

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Sabah, Sarawak 50 Years in Malaysia plagued by bad politics

sabah-sarawak-malMalaysia is a bad idea by the British and life in Sabah was better before the creation of the enlarged federation, writes Joe Fernandez elaborating on the view that Sept 16 is not national day but Occupation Day. There are three options for the future: (1) tolerating the present situation by doing nothing; (2) seceding or (3) reviewing the status of Sabah and Sarawak, said Jeffrey Kitingan in his paper presented at a Borneo forum last weekend.

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