This Hari Raya, I ask forgiveness from all Malaysians for Islam and our nation

In today’s article, my wife and I - two Muslims born in Malaysia - would like to ask for forgiveness from all our Malaysian brethren, whether we know them or not, whether our paths have crossed or not.

We ask forgiveness for the sake of our religion, for the sake of our children and grandchildren and for the sake of our country, that Malaysians can forgive the excesses and kurang ajar behaviors as well as threats to life Prophet, their own God and their own religion that they are so bent on protecting. We ask that Malaysians show patience and act with kindness towards all Muslims.

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