Kuala Terengganu

November 19, 1999

Malaysia's student union has advised members to report teachers with anti-government sympathies to employers. Syed Anuar Syed Mohamad, leader of the Federation of Peninsula Malay Students, said students must speak up if they want education to be free of teachers who poison students' minds politically.

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