G25 calls on Putrajaya to make clear stand against religious bigotry

A launderette in Muar, Johor, has done away with its Muslim-only policy following a dressing-down from the Johor sultan. – The Malaysian Insight pic, October 11, 2017.

MALAY group for justice and human rights, G25, has called on the government to take a clear and firm stand against religious extremism and bigotry, as the Malay rulers have done in their call for moderation.

G25 called on the government to decisively end the rise of religious extremism, intolerance, and bigotry not only among individuals and groups, but also within the religious enforcement agencies and independent preachers.

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