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Ethnic and inter-religious relations

Yesterday, a teacher from Penang phoned me sounding upset.Apparently, a couple of Muslim pupils had obtained Deepavali cards to send to their friends and their tuition teacher.Another teacher, however, found the pupils with the greeting cards. She...
Former students of St Xavier's Institution (SXI) should be able to tell us if there has been any attempt at 'Christianisation' in the oldest mission school in the region, said Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng."I am...
[email protected] reports on the launch of the Anak Bangsa Malaysia initiative in KL while over in Penang, a smaller group met up to express solidarity:The launch in KL - Photos by [email protected] Penang solidary gathering at a nasi kandar...
Well done to fz.com for hosting this series. Usually the media tend to highlight the voices of hatred and sensationalism; so this dialogue is a breath of fresh air.
Chia Loong Thye has responded to the launch of the book on Gerakan, explaining why he wanted to stop the event. He says he is all for non-sectarian politics "but why is it not possible to discuss this issue...
Over a hundred demonstrators unhappy over the controversial Interlok book have been arrested and detained all over Kuala Lumpur ahead of and during a Hindraf/Human Rights Party rally to protest at what they perceive to be racism.According to a...
Nazri's criticism of Umno-owned Utusan over its support for Perkasa  reflects growing unease - even within Umno circles - of the paper's leanings and a growing realisation that the right-wing group is going to cost BN plenty of votes....
Severed wild-boar heads were dumped in the premises of two mosques along Old Klang Road in Petaling Jaya at dawn today, a Selangor state exco member confirmed.Khairy with a few Umno Youth leaders at the Bkt Sentosa Mosque -...
Some 300 Indian Malaysians from the Makkal Sakthi ("People Power") movement, many of them clad in their trademark orange, gathered at Komtar this morning in an attempt to meet Penang Chief Minister Koh Tsu Koon at his office....
When news broke that Subromaniam Tholasy had been appointed the new director general of the Royal Malaysian Customs, not a few Malaysians, especially those from minority groups, cheered.After all, it is rare to see someone from a minority...

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