There are no second-class citizens in Malaysia

There are no second-class citizens in Malaysia

Pusat KOMAS is disgruntled and dumbfounded with the recurring theme of, which exploits, race and religion that tailors irresponsible messages signaling as if the Malay-Muslims are threatened by the other ethnic groups in Malaysia. The union of political leaders from...
Start Educating MOE on Respect for all Religions

Start Educating MOE on Respect for all Religions

Despite the urgency of reforming the Malaysian education system, our Ministry of Education (MOE) under the leadership of Dr. Maszlee Malik has decided to react bluntly to a school who had allegedly recited a Christian prayer during an awards ceremony. After clamoring...
Preserving Malaysian-ness on Malaysia Day

Preserving Malaysian-ness on Malaysia Day

Pusat KOMAS wishes all Malaysians, Happy Malaysia Day! On May 1961, Tunku Abdul Rahman mooted the ambitious idea of a new federation – Malaysia. This credulous notion of 4 nations (Sarawak, Sabah, Singapore and Malaya) coming together was generally accepted by many...