It's a long, slow journey to peace

The rally in support of Palestine in Kuala Lumpur on Oct 22, 2023, drew thousands of people. Civil actions are important to create a momentum for change – but people must realise that such change will be a slow process. — Bernama

What's the point of going to a political rally if you’re not allowed to get angry enough to attack your opponents and cheer your support? Or organising a boycott when you can’t achieve the thing you’re protesting against anyway?

In both cases, there is a yearning to express yourself against an injustice; one by shouting at your opponent, the other by insulating yourself from what you find offensive.

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