Debate Over Islamic Law in Malaysia Opens Religious and Social Rifts
In this week’s episode, WPR’s senior editor, Frederick Deknatel, and host Peter Dörrie discuss the moral case against celebrating world peace, ethnic protests in Ethiopia, and post-Cold War threats to democracy. For the report, David Hutt joins us to talk about the debate in Malaysia over a bill to introduce strict Islamic codes and the challenges of managing the country’s diversity.
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