As he walked past the football field he heard a Malay young man, not a young boy, yelling 'Kafir' at him! I taught the spouse to use the word 'pengecut' (coward) the next time this happens. But Iain just shrugged his shoulders and said, "What's the point?"
The day before, I was walking past Ali Maju Restaurant when this poster caught my eye.
This is certainly one way that Malay-Muslims should not score, so the youngsters have been warned. But there's hope. This other poster near Diva's restaurant at Jalan Bukit Setiawangsa is telling Malay-Muslims how - for both children and adults!!
They do say 'the road to hell is paved with good intentions'.
Back in Leicester - Saturday 10 March. Just after suboh on Saturday morning I heard the distant sound of a reading from the Quran. Could it be a radio - not in Leicester and in my neighbourhood?
I looked out of the window and there was this young man, an African, humming softly the holy words as he walked serenely along a road in this Kafir city.