MEDIA STATEMENT: MACSA supports effort to extend basic rights of stateless and refugees children.

13th October 2018 MACSA welcomes the move by the government to allow stateless children to register in national schools as announced by the Deputy Education Minister Teo Nie Ching. Malaysia has ratified the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC), which is particularly important when it comes to access to education for stateless children […]

Demand for Tahfiz Schools

I am a mother of seven children, five boys and two girls.  Two of my children are huffaz, which means that they have completed memorization of the entire Qur’an and one is in progress of memorization. My three youngest children are being trained in Raudhatul Huffaz, a non-governmental tahfiz and tuition organization I founded in […]


No Room For A Secular Malaysia

Change is necessary. But changes which are abrupt and not thought through, may bring undesirable consequences; just as the inaccurate diagnosis of a disease will result in the wrong treatment.   More so if these changes are not made based on sound foundational knowledge.   The calls for a ‘secular Malaysia’ reverberate through the media, […]

Recent Posts

Ikuti kami di Facebook