| Double standards in warning school over Christian prayers - Ramasamy
| Monday, September 30, 2019
Citizen: Take religion out of the country and let those who want to go to heaven...leave fast by any means whatsoever. Let us infidels and fakirs enjoy Gods gift to us.
If you leave fast, we the fakirs and infidels would put in a good word for you, with God.
Sam Jlo : It's the Christians who built mass education system & private education here and worldwide, for centuries.
Muslims on the other hand destroyed it all in the Mideast, India, etc.
Education centres, libraries, etc etc simply destroyed wherever Muslim conquerors went.
Illiteracy, the hallmark of Muslim culture, since the very beginning, until recent decades.
The Talibans in Afghanistan first prevented women, and "Western" education; then the Talibans of Pakistan followed suit.
Our northern border, Muslim-majority southern Thailand, over 200 teachers killed the past couple of decades.
Some of our schools once had kids of all faiths, or non, have a religious period for the Bible, esp. the Gospels.
Nurul Izzah, Anwar's daughter once said, that while in school she sang Christian songs.
Of course in the 1980s when Anwar Ibrahim was the education minister, display of the crucifix in classrooms, schools taken down.
(Malaysia and other Muslim countries were into Islamization frenzy after the 1979 Iranian Islamic Revolution)
Again, having & giving education is a Judeo-Christian thingy.
And Islam ...1,400 years' trail of destruction.
Malaysiakini : Penang Deputy Chief Minister II and state education exco P Ramasamy
has lambasted the double standards of the Education Ministry for
investigating a missionary school for allegedly reciting a Christian
prayer during an awards ceremony.
He said the Education Ministry
must find out the complete details of the matter before "jumping up and
down", adding that as state education exco, the Education Ministry is
expected to raise the matter with him so that an amicable solution can
be found. "We only want what is best for our students. A simple
warning will do if the school has contravened the law or any
regulations," Ramasamy told Malaysiakini.
"Just because some parties have raised the matter, the Education Ministry should proceed with caution," he said. Ramasamy was referring to the Education Ministry's stern warning to
the Methodist Girls’ School in Penang for allegedly reciting a Christian
prayer during an awards ceremony. As at press time, both the state education department and the school have not responded to queries.
urged the police and ministry to explain what action they took to
prevent Zakir Naik's student, Zamri Vinoth from giving religious
lectures in a Polytechnic in Perlis. Hitting out at both
departments for their bias in handling the issue, he said there seems to
be no action even though a police report was recently lodged against
Zamri in Penang.
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|posted by Major D Swami (Retired) @ 10:10 PM