Non-Muslims in Malaysia are becoming increasingly frustrated.
Hindus, Buddhists, Sikhs, and Christians in Malaysia are said to be becoming increasingly frustrated by the institutionalised discrimination against them and recent court decisions that uphold Islamic law over the national law.
The most recent court case involves R. Subashini, a Hindu woman, who is struggling to prevent her Muslim-convert husband from dissolving their marriage in the Syariah Court of Malaysia and converting their second son to Islam against her wishes. The Star
On Malaysia's race based laws, which tend by nature to favour Muslims, Muhammad Cohen says:
Malaysia's institutionalized racism in the form of preferences for Malays and restrictions on Chinese and others in government employment, university places and other benefits teaches that there are real differences between races, and all races are unequal, whether it's by natural endowment or national legislation.
Although Muslims are only barely a majority in Malaysia Islamization goes on with the government apparently seeing Malaysia as some kind of Islamic state. He says Islamization's main effect is to highlight differences, rather than unite the country. Asia Times