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When Ridhuan Tee can get his bumi status if there is no distinction between Islam and Malay rights?

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If he drops his surname Tee, he sons and daughters may got chance to earn bumi status.

A Malay must be Muslim does not mean a Muslim like Ridhuan Tee is a Malay. How could an Associate Professor (how he earns his AP is another question mark) cannot understand this simple logic?

None of 30-50 million Muslims in China think they are Malay, except this idiot.

Islam is the official religion only enshrined in constitution in 80s by Mahathir, it never a parcel of social contract (if any) agreed upon by three main races during the Malaya independence in 1957.

‘No distinction between Islam and Malay rights’ Syed Jaymal Zahiid | July 20, 2012

Controversial columnist Ridhuan Tee says upholding Islam meant defending the Malay race as a whole.

KUALA LUMPUR: Upholding Islam meant protection of Malay rights, said controversial columnist Ridhuan Tee Abdullah in a statement, suggesting that any threat to the latter is akin to challenging the country’s official religion.

The academic, who has a column slot with Umno’s hardline mouthpiece Utusan Malaysia, said although religion should take precedence over race, there was no separation between Malay and Islam.

“I took the […]