19 Jul '11, 2am

Malaysian university names an award for upholding Malay race after Malay supremacist, sparking controversy.

Malaysian university names an award for upholding Malay race after Malay supremacist, sparking controversy.

Datuk Ibrahim Ali, who is the chief of the supremacist group Perkasa, is sponsoring the RM5,000 (S$2,030) award for Universiti Teknologi Mara students. KUALA LUMPUR: A Malaysian university has opened nominations for the 'Ibrahim Ali leadership award' to students who are consistent in upholding the Malay race, an award sure to be as controversial as the Malay supremacist leader it is named after. Datuk Ibrahim, who is the chief of the supremacist group Perkasa, is sponsoring the RM5,000 (S$2,030) award for Universiti Teknologi Mara, news website Malaysiakini reported. The government-backed university admits only Bumiputera students as part of its policy to raise education standards among Malays and other indigenous races. Among the criteria listed on the university website, students are expected to play a leadership role in a Malay art and culture association or other natio...

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