(FreeMalaysiaToday) Islamic Renaissance Front Director Farouk Musa has urged the government to open doors for dialogue between Muslim conservatives, moderates and a third group he called "revisionists".
"If there is no dialogue between these groups, we might eventually fall into practising the stricter version of Islam in politics and economics," Farouk said in an interview with FMT.
He defines conservative Muslims as those who believe their life is predetermined and are therefore not keen to participate in economic competition. The revisionists, he said, were those wanting to follow an unreasonably strict Islamic code.
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