Malay youth feel religion over-politicised

Feb 16, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Malaysia Chronicle

While surveys show a growing trend of younger Malays identifying with their faith more than their race, many nevertheless feel that religion has been politicised and should be a personal matter.

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“The Defiant Dhimmi”

Since: Apr 08

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#1 Feb 16, 2012
"some four-fifths are concerned over Islamic radicalism in politics, and more than 70 per cent were concerned about corruption and lack of freedom of expression."

They have the majority, so hopefully they will separate church and state.

Otherwise their freedoms will continually decrease.

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