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It’s what’s on the inside that counts

KUALA LUMPUR: When Sheahnee Iman Lee first decided to don the headscarf four years ago, she was concerned over what her two best friends might think.

Strength in numbers: (from left) Anis, Sheahnee and Zabrina say that moderation has been a primary factor in keeping them close.
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A firm bond between legends

KUALA LUMPUR: The strong camaraderie shared between four football legends is one that extends beyond the pitch.

National icons: (From left) Wong, Soh, Santokh and Hassan say they make it a point to keep in touch with each other.

Still good friends after all these years

PETALING JAYA: Although their lives branching out into different paths, the members of the cheerleading squad to win the first-ever CHEER competition in 2000 remained good friends.

Still got it: The CHEER 2000 champions (foreground from left) Sharifah and Zafira with (background from left) Izrin, Nor Azura and Ezrin posing at the recent photoshoot.

Malaysia’s first Paralympic gold medallists are all for moderation

KUALA LUMPUR: The mere mention of a sporting event is enough to get Malaysians to instantly set aside their differences and unite to cheer on the athletes representing our country.

Spirit of togetherness: (From left) Muhammad Ziyad, Mohamad Ridzuan and Abdul Latif are proud to be #AnakAnakMalaysia.

Beauty of a multicultural society

PETALING JAYA: Two captains of industry have chosen to speak out on social issues affecting Malaysians because “it would be very sad if we have gotten to a point where leaders are afraid of championing unity”.

We are one: (From left) Wong, Fernandes and Nazir are all staunch advocates of moderation as a unifying element in Malaysia.
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Time to be Malaysian first, not an ethnic group

From BULBIR SINGH, Seremban

The Star’s book a voice for moderates

PETALING JAYA: The silent majority of moderate Malaysians have been given a voice through a book titled Moderation published by Star Media Group.

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‘Share differences in our culture’

PETALING JAYA: What makes Malaysia a unique country is the diverse backgrounds and cultures of our fellow countrymen, said Suria FM announcer Halim Othman.

Moderation is key: Halim believes moderation is something that keeps us together as a nation and enables us to co-exist peacefully.

CEO: Non-political event is a step towards promoting moderation, too

KUALA LUMPUR: The Anak-Anak Malaysia Walk – the first of its kind – ahead of the National Day celebration will kick off at the Bukit Bintang City Centre on Aug 14.

Moderates must resist adoption of hudud