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Breaking the Silence, Paperback / softback Book

Breaking the Silence Paperback / softback

Edited by Tan Ahmad Kamil Jaafar, Dato Noor Farida Ariffin

Paperback / softback

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On 8 December2104, a group of 25 prominent Malays (G25) issued an open call for moderateMalays and Muslims to speak out against the hate speeches targeted atnon-Muslims by supremacist groups.

They stressed that the extremist andintolerant voices do not speak for the general Muslim community, and theycalled for a review of Shariah law and civil law to be in line with thesupremacy of the Federal Constitution.

Will it be possible to arrest thesedestructive forces that are taking control of the future wellbeing ofMalaysia?

The G25 hopes it would, and that thisbook will bring greater awareness of the dangers that are tearing apartMalaysian's social fabric.

In this important volume, 21 leadingacademics, lawyers and social activists discuss the impact of Islamicbureaucracy in Malaysia and its consistency with the provisions of the FederalConstitution.

The also address the socio-political dimensions andcultural-economic implications on Malaysian society.

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