On interfaith harmony tour in Sabah, he also says the state's spirit of unity should be emulated in the peninsula.
LETTER | There is no excuse to generalise some quarters as 'BN-lovers'.
This is to mitigate eroding national unity in the run-up to a 'hostile' GE14, says GBM coalition.
COMMENT | The opposition must reflect on past failures and devise new strategies to strike fear in BN.
Pusat Komas applauds Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak’s and the Malaysian government’s urging to make ‘unity’ a culture for all Malaysians in the ‘Moments of Unity’ event organised by the Malaysian National Unity and Integration Department (JPNIN) at the Perdana Botanical Gardens in Kuala Lumpur on Jan 21, 2017 and to urge Malaysians to focus on efforts on instilling unity.
Malaysians should instead make unity a culture, says the PM.
Madinah Charter is important in history of Islam, says Tuanku Syed Faizuddin Putra Jamalullail.
National unity is a much-tossed-about subject nowadays. We use every occasion and opportunity to emphasise the importance of different communities staying together, urging them to practise ‘give and take’ and be moderate and reasonable in their demands. Yet incendiary remarks and extreme demands have never been more prevalent than in recent years. In fact, they are getting bolder by the day.
Since 1957, have we achieved unity through racial diversity? Are we able to mingle freely? Has racial polarisation diminished in national and vernacular schools? Why are we continuing to use unsavoury words all the time? Why do we have discriminatory legislation and policies? Why have we become so confrontational?