Together with their neighbours in the majority community, they must play an important participatory role in contributing to the country’s welfare as a whole. As concerned citizens, if minorities express displeasure at weaknesses in
Muslim or non-Muslim, we all belong to the same country. It is time that we remove the old shackles of debates along racial and religious lines. It is time that we recognise minority groups as equal Malaysians. It is time to realise that each person is himself endowed with special rights.
Malaysians must continuously improve themselves and be ready to fight off attempts to threaten the unity and prosperity. We must hold true to the concept of justice and fairness for all citizens. Malaysians still much to contribute although the country now more than 50 years old. The nation’s independence and rapid development were a joint effort by Malaysians of different races and at all levels.Government should always stick to the power-sharing concept to ensure all community are well-treated.
Malaysia is belongs to all Malaysians despite the diversity of religious and ethnic background.