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Over the past few years, the non-Muslims in Sarawak – particularly the majority Christian community – have seen some disturbing trends among their youth, say Sheridan Mahavera and Desmond Davidson.
Francis Loh envisages an emerging struggle between the New Politics, which crosses ethno-religious boundaries, and the Old Politics of racism, cronyism, and widening socio-economic disparities.
In a climate where race and religion have been exploited for political purposes, people are naturally suspicious of any attempt to subtly impose beliefs on them, observes Ronald Benjamin.
Umno-BN continues to manipulate ethno-religious issues to delay the emergence of a New Politics that is associated with justice, equality and freedom, and the push towards a more democratic two-party system, writes Francis Loh.