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    Yo.
    I made a nomination for you in the awards for most articulate.
    I know you donīt post a lot, but I enjoy reading your posts. Hope you donīt mind.
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    "I guess one could say that moderates here (Malaysia) want the government or state to impose or enforce moderation/curb militancy because they and I feel deep down the Muslims community here as a whole won't confront the growing puritanist trend without the state's backing"

    Isn't that a ground to start something? When I visited Malaysia the purpose was to attend an event held by a non-profit org. that chose Malaysia as it's HQ country. They had chapters doing this charity work worldwide but for some reason in Malaysia they had some of their employees brought over from their western country chapters in a lot of the leadership positions.

    Now I'm not generalizing and saying there is no leadership in Malaysia, but is the mindset of "waiting for the government to correct our religious affairs" common over there? I'm familiar with the amount of control they have, but I'm curious if religious classes and activities are seen as a thing only provided by the gov.
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