AnwarÆs call for reformasi in Islam
The former finance minister of Malaysia discusses how the Muslim world needs to change û and how the West should, or should not, respond.
Anwar Ibrahim has never been a man easy to label. He is an Islamist, a reformer, a martyr, a government insider. He jokes that the Malaysian government used to accuse him of treason. ôThree years later they made me finance minister.ö
Anwar was jailed in 1998 during the government of former Malaysian prime minister Mahathir Mohamed. He led a democratic movement from his cell and was released in 2004. Now a visiting professor of Islamic studies at Georgetown University, Anwar...
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