In Malaysia, during the month of Ramadan, Muslims are generally not allowed to eat in public. However, there are some East Malaysians that do look Malay, which is the prominent Muslim ethnic group here, but are actually of another ethnicity.
East Malaysian woes
An unnamed netizen states that they were barred from eating in public during the month of Ramadan, despite being an East Malaysian Bidayuh. Furthermore, the restaurant servers claim that Bidayuh is a made up race. This angered many as they are a legitimate ethnicity in Malaysia.
Other than that, Malaysians are stating that we are a multiracial country and others should be able to do what they’re allowed to do in the month of Ramadan. There are those of Chinese origins stating that some of them might look Malay and would receive the same treatment.
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Excerpt: However, there are some East Malaysians that do look Malay, which is the prominent Muslim ethnic group here, but are actually of another ethnicity.