Politically Engaged Muslims in Malaysia in the Era of Abdullah Ahmad Badawi (2003–2009)

@article{Hamid2010PoliticallyEM,
  title={Politically Engaged Muslims in Malaysia in the Era of Abdullah Ahmad Badawi (2003–2009)},
  author={Ahmad Fauzi Abdul Hamid},
  journal={Asian Journal of Political Science},
  year={2010},
  volume={18},
  pages={154 - 176}
}
Abstract Long regarded as an embodiment of tolerant Islam and peacefully co-existing with modernisation within a multi-ethnic and multi-religious society, Malaysia unexpectedly aroused much attention as a potential breeding ground for Muslim radicals in the aftermath of catalytic events which pitted the West against the Muslim world. Malaysian Muslims are said to be susceptible to Middle Eastern-originated radicalism, as exemplified in interlocking transnational contacts and agendas sowed… Expand

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