Engku Nasrun posted on FB, citing 12 non-Malays' voices! Within a short period of time, it has been circulated nearly 50,000 times! Since it is interesting, why not share it? — The moderate, caring and brave Engku Nasrun Malay ethnic group exemplified the tolerance, respect and comity of other ethnic groups towards Malay compatriots one by one, and asked the assembly: *"Where and when are we being threatened? Why so extreme racism?”
1. Non-Malays and non-Muslims are waken up by our prayers every morning, but are they angry or disturbed by it? No! What would happen if churches installed loudspeakers so everyone could hear Christians preaching every Sunday? Holy war? Hope not;
2. Every Friday, we are the most invincible, because the roadside along the mosque is fully parked with cars blocking the right of way when we gather to pray, causing traffic jams, and non-Muslims can only accept it willingly.
3. When we buy a house, there are Bumiputra discounts of 30% across the board, whether we are rich or poor. However, as for non-Bumiputa, they are also born in, as Malaysians, but do they get a discount for buying a house? Is this only the rights of the Malays? Or apartheid if I am permitted to use this crude word?
4. Those outstanding non-Muslim and non-Indigenous students who want to further their studies in our Universities have to squeeze their heads, and even owe banks a large sum of money etc., just to pay for the tuition fees in Universities and even private Colleges. However, for the Malays, we are okay, as we have the University of Technology Mara (UiTM), and the Mara College ro lean and depend on. You know, non-Muslims are also Malaysian citizens too, but after they graduated, we also enjoy their taxes that they pay when they earn wages
5. Many non-Malays and non-Bumiputra parents send their children to private Colleges or study abroad, hence, they gained a wider range of knowledge and understanding more world affairs better. Their children return to work hard after graduation, and they get promoted faster. But during this time, many Malays complained that they are being marginalized, is this so? Shouting aloud that it is unfair, and that the government did not rescue nor help the Malays, etc.~ .
6. When we were in school we spoke English, people would ridicule us and say that we were being "foreignized". This is wrong aptitude. Who are those who ridicule us? It’s the people who say that their dignity is being by passed and felt humiliated.
7. We have been Independent for 65 years. It has been many years ago since we, and Chinese, Indians, Eurasians ,the Ibans and other ethnic groups live in harmony. We and other ethnic groups living together and playing together peacefully and happily.