Corruption and Hypocrisy in Malay Muslim Politics - Mohamad Kamal Hassan - 9789672631606 - EMIR Research

Corruption and Hypocrisy in Malay Muslim Politics - Mohamad Kamal Hassan - 9789672631606 - EMIR Research

ISBN: 9789672631606
Publisher: EMIR Research
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In the book, Prof. M. Kamal Hassan touches on how the agenda of national integration has been trampled under the boots of ugly ethnoreligious polarisation, hypocritical narratives, and worrying direction of national politics which is reversing the intended outcome and worsening political instability.
The author emphasised how racially-motivated political strategies and ethnic-based prejudices will continue to drive hostility on both sides of the Malaysian political divide, and highlighted the blatant hypocrisy when those prejudices are camouflaged by both sides invoking the rhetoric of national interest, virtues of national unity, economic equity, democratic principles or universal human rights.
Prof. M. Kamal Hassan condemns how political bribery, corruption or economic threats are used to augment the promotion or preservation of a particular ethnic community’s interest, bringing to light the existence of sinister underground agents of financial seduction or coercion for the purpose of maintaining “the black economy” or to secure a demographic advantage in some strategic political constituencies.
Being a truly non-partisan Muslim spectator of political events, the author is attempting to reach out to decent and sincere Malay-Muslim political leaders and followers who share the same sentiment regarding the current political turmoil and moral decay,
providing practical ideas, guidelines, and frameworks for a serious rethinking of Malay Muslim political ecosystem as well as a serious soul-searching and self-introspection

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