In the past, several policies or their implementation served to divide Malaysians, but in the New Malaysia, all policies should be geared towards forging unity
Francissca Peter appeals to Malaysians and local artistes to unite following controversial remarks made about Malaysian Chinese and Indians.
The idealistic promise of a new Malaysia is slowly receding from our reach despite the government's efforts in seeking a more equal society.
The country should reject bigotry and extremism.
The BN MP hopes Chinese and Indians could also be brought under one roof.
The former Umno vice-president says PAS and Umno must not be arrogant in their response as the 'people are watching'.
PKR's Hassan Karim says the 'Bangsa Johor' concept is parochial and bad for unity.
Jeyakumar says this division along ethnic lines has worsened post-GE14, with both Umno and PH contributing to the problem.
Prof Jayum Jawan states ethnic and religious problems start in the peninsula and hopes they won't spill over to Sarawak.
They say the education system alone cannot be blamed for lack of unity and that any link between disunity and vernacular schools is sketchy at best.
There are so many factors causing division in Malaysia, but vernacular schools always seem to be singled out.
Chandra Muzaffar says certain personalities bring people together while professor Teo Kok Seong says this was true before May 13 but not now.
Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah says the Malays must be united and put aside all wrangling.
To help foster unity, the government should make it a priority to educate people on fact checking, especially postings on social media.
It is little acts of kindness that help us appreciate each other’s humanity and faiths, not the strident cries of the wilfully blind.
National Patriot’s Association says Mohd Asri Zainul Abidin is wrong to claim that Muslims are being bullied under the PH government and that as Mufti he should work to make the nation better.
A nation will not truly appreciate the worth of living in peace until its people are embroiled in chaos and turbulence.
The minister says certain quarters are playing up racial and religious issues, and making unsubstantiated claims that their way of life and beliefs are under threat.
Education Minister Maszlee Malik should look to premier schools such as King Edward VII, Taiping, and Victoria Institution in working out plans to improve the education system.
The prime minister says many have fond memories of the cycling event, which enters its 24th edition this year.
Institute for Development Studies Sabah chairman Simon Sipaun says the policy has become a divisive factor defeating the objectives of the NEP.
With the Umno-PAS alliance clearly stating it will fight for the good of the Muslims, the stage is set for a political struggle between a coalition promoting a Malay agenda and another that is embracing a Malaysian outlook.
Umno acting president Mohamad Hasan says cooperation with PAS will go beyond politics.
At MCA's Chinese New Year open house, Umno acting president Mohamad Hasan says people should drop any feeling of suspicion about each other that they have and embrace unity.