Fiji: All Races, Different, Cultures, Faith Welcomed says Waterways Minister


The 2013 Constitution protects the right of all Fijians to freedom of expression in all aspects of community life, including in the practice of religion.

This assurance was reiterated by the Minister for Waterways, Mahendra Reddy, in Labasa at a recent annual firewalking programme at Sangam Mahamariamman Firewalking Temple in Vunivau.

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Cambodia: The shadow of religions in the peace-making process

cambodiaTheravada Buddhism is Cambodia’s dominant religion. For some however, Theravada Buddhism is undoubtedly insufficient in providing peace of mind. As such, these people tend to seek other sources of religious orientation, namely Christianity. Numerous Cambodians have converted to Christianity including some infamous individuals, such as Kaing Guek Eav, alias Duch, and Im Chaem, former district chief of Preah Net Preah, who was a suspect in Case 004 at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia.

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Malaysia: Address real issues in interfaith dialogue, religious leaders told

PETALING JAYA: A Christian leader has urged religious leaders to stop ignoring problems experienced by their communities.

Center for Religion and Society director Sivin Kit says religious leaders often don’t want to be seen as ‘compromising’ their own faith.

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