Religion can be a major force of unification, says Mais


KUALA LUMPUR: Religion can be used as a major force of unification by focusing on the commonalities, said Selangor Islamic Religious Council chairman Datuk Mohamad Adzib Mohd Isa.

He said that while each faith has its own identity, recognising the values and principles shared by various religions would result in unity despite the differences.

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