Use social media to promote goodwill, defeat extremism

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  • Wednesday, 08 Jul 2015

PETALING JAYA: Malaysians are sharing a journey in the same boat. If the boat sinks in the muddy waters of extremism, we all sink with it.

Moderation may mean different things to different people, but virologist Lyana Khairuddin believes it’s about listening to all discussions and arriving at a “middle way”.

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