Dealing with prejudice, racism

WE find the opinions expressed by the G25 Group of Concerned Muslims Citizens in “The time to act is now” (The Star, July 25) fascinating because the group seems to be moving its focus from the controversies surrounding the implementation of Syariah law, raised in their open letter, to the more general issues of inter-ethnic harmony, education, the school curriculum and racism.

The only indication of their Muslim concerns lies in their assumption that the racism that exists in schools, the civil service and other government institutions is condoned by the public sector officials who are predominantly Malay-Muslim.

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