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Governing Islam

YB Senator Dato' Dr. Asyraf Wajdi Dusuki, Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department

19-Apr-16 08:05

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Governing Islam

YB Senator Dato' Dr. Asyraf Wajdi Dusuki, the Deputy Minister in the PM's Department in charge of Religious Affairs, discusses the role of the government in determining what being Shariah compliant means, the controversies surrounding Tabung Haji and other Islamic NGOs like YaPEIM and JAKIM. We also find out why the government believes that Zakir Naik is the voice of moderation.


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