Time is right for an interfaith mediation body

Emmanuel Joseph

The writer says Malaysians need to regain objectivity in looking at issues, particularly ‘religious’ ones. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, February 23, 2022.

AS a country of diverse faiths, friction among religious groups is expected but should be managed properly to ensure our continued harmonious co-existence.

Of late, verbal jousts powered by viral and often unsubstantiated or embellished statements have led to the blurring of lines and logic when dealing with sensitive issues – sometimes non-issues spectacularly – turned sensitive.  

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