Tag: religious school
State Islamic Religious Affairs, Agriculture and Rural Development Committee chairman Tosrin Jarvanthi says the decision will be made tomorrow.
Security officials say no visit will be possible for a few days more due to security issues.
Police say 41-year-old suspect has been regularly donating daily necessities and clothing to the centre since 2015.
The fire broke out early this morning at their rented house used as hostel.
MIC president wants religious education classes to begin in schools.
Nur Hayati Che Ahmad, 30, says she is still tormented by the sounds of children screaming in pain as the fire ripped through the centre they were trapped in.
A horrific fire kills 23 people yet Minister Noh Omar says action may not be taken against the authorities of the religious school for they have suffered enough.
The Madrasah Tahfiz Al-Jauhar says the report exonerates the school in the death of the 11-year old who had been allegedly beaten by its assistant warden.
The founder of the religious school says family members have given permission for the students' remains to be buried in the school compound.
When abuse takes place at a school whether public or private, who are the relevant parties who should be held responsible?
In a Facebook posting today, the management says the man appeared sincere in wanting to change his life and had shown good work.
None of the students or staff who underwent the medical examinations is suffering from any serious illness, says Johor exco member.
Suraya Fatima Abdullah thought her son's case was an isolated one, but changed her mind after reading of Mohamad Thaqif Amin Mohd Gaddafi's death, says report.
It is high time to stop viewing the welfare and care of our young through retrospective lenses.
Klang MP says tahfiz school must be shut pending a thorough probe into the abuse allegedly suffered by Mohamad Thaqif Amin Mohd Gaddafi and his fellow students.
It's a misperception that physical punishment is the only way to instil discipline among children, says Unicef spokesperson in Malaysia.
Family claim tahfiz school student's remains from Sultan Ismail Hospital at 10.30pm following the post-mortem.
His aunt says it may have been due to his unstable heart condition.
'Voiceless children rely on responsible adults to speak up for them,' says Kulai MP Teo Nie Ching.
Prof Mohd Tajuddin Mohd Rasdi raises question of how long it takes before legs that are beaten, as in the case of the Islamic school pupil, turn black.
The school's principal says the school does not want to interfere in police investigations or add to the family's emotional burden.
School principal says he may call media conference soon.
Federation of religious schools calls on public to wait for probe findings, saying wild accusations give the impression that tahfiz schools are barbaric places.
Doctors inform family, condition of boy's right arm has worsened, forcing them to consider amputation if need be.
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