Abdul Rahim rejoins group of 25 prominent Malays


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  • Wednesday, 17 Dec 2014

PETALING JAYA: Former Home Ministry secretary-general Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Din has rejoined the group of 25 (G25) prominent Malays calling for rational dialogue on the position of Islam in Malaysia.

An online media report on Wednesday night quoted the group’s representative former Malaysian Ambassador to the Netherlands Datuk Noor Farida Arifin as saying that a “slight misunderstanding” had lead to Abdul Rahim’s brief exit.

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