Moderate Malaysia says to non-Muslims; do not fear, we will be friends, trust us.
From The Star August 22 by Hamdan Raja Abdullah
Nothing to fear over calls for Muslim unity, says DPM
MUAR: Non-Muslims in the country have been urged not to feel apprehensive over calls made by leaders for the Muslims to unite.
Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said that as the core community, unity among the Muslims was important for the country’s stability.
This, he said, would also benefit other communities.
Muhyiddin, speaking at the Pagoh Umno division Quran recital session, said it was vital for Muslims to unite under one group to strengthen solidarity.
And that group would be....Episcopalian?
“I mention this matter because former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad had recently said that Muslims in the country have split into three or four groups.
“The splits can be due to political differences or other reasons, and this can weaken the Muslims,” he said.
"Other reasons" such as any outside non-Muslim influence or expression of non-Muslim religions. The fact that virtually anything can be a threat to Islam means every non-Muslim is at risk of being villified, attacked or murdered in Malaysia. It is difficult at best to live with the "religion of the perpetually insulted"
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