Organisation labels Titas opposers 'anti-unity'

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  • Tuesday, 16 Jul 2013

KUALA LUMPUR: A local organisation has defended the government's decision to make an Islamic studies subject compulsory for private education institutions and said opposers of it are 'anti-unity' and 'devoid of racial sensitivities'.

"We deem these quarters as anti-unity and devoid of sense on racial sensitivities and they purposely want to drive a wedge among the people," Malaysian Islamic Youth Movement (Abim) president Amidi Abdul Manan told a press conference here Tuesday.

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