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Haris Ibrahim - Fighting For a Better Malaysia While Fighting Cancer

Haris Ibrahim, Activist

05-Aug-22 15:00

Haris Ibrahim - Fighting For a Better Malaysia While Fighting Cancer

Around the time he turned 63, veteran activist Haris Ibrahim was unfortunately diagnosed with lung cancer. Yet, the man behind the ‘Anything But UMNO (ABU)’ movement, still finds the courage and strength to take to the streets and fight for a more just and equal society for all of us. A proud Malaysian through and through. 

He joins us on the show today to share his journey in activism and hope for Malaysia.

Image credit: Facebook / Haris Ibrahim

Produced by: Dashran Yohan

Presented by: Dashran Yohan


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Tags:  politicsmalaysian politicssocial justicehuman rightsactivismreligious freedomjusticeGovernment/Regulatory/Policy MakingPolitics, News, Current AffairsLaw/Activismpoliticsgovernment


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