Read this letter in Malaysiakini about the experience of a parent on how the teaching staffs ulterior motive to convert your youngs at school.
Now, I remember not so long ago that someone in this forum talking about national unity and how the Mandarin School and Tamil School are a stumbling block. I am wondering if they still have the same stand after knowing such motives by the muslims in the teaching staffs. Maybe they think the only way to unite the country is to convert the nation to Islam? So then do you agree to have your kids convert to Islam at this young age?
Not that I am against the religion, but I think the most appropriate time to let your kids choose their own religion is when they reached 18, at least. To wash the brain of the young kids at the tender age, well if that's not crooked motive, I do not know what it is.
And to our beloved Kris-wielding/kissing/hugging Education Minister (if youchance upon this article and forum), do not talk about national unity unless all the problems in the national schools are resolved and change the national school from a school for the muslims to a school for all Malaysian. And please do not use the same lame excuse of national unity to prevent the Mandarin Schools and Tamil Schools from growing by not providing fund to them and by not approving new schools. It had been more than 30 years since a new Mandarin School was built.