with Mustafa Ali, Vice President of the Parti Islam seMalaysia
BBC News 24's HARDtalk tonight (Friday 26 September) Tim
Sebastian talks to Mustafa Ali, Vice President of the Parti Islam
largest opposition party, the Parti Islam seMalaysia, wants to establish
an Islamic state in which all Muslims would be subject to strict
Islamic penal laws like stoning.
already controls two states where there are rules requiring men
and women to have separate supermarket checkouts and hairdressing
ideas have some of the country's non-Muslims worried, who want to
keep the country a secular state.
Prime Minister, Dr Mahathir, has announced Malaysia is already "an
much should religion influence politics? Tim Sebastian talks to
Pas Vice President Mustafa Ali about the role religion is playing
in winning votes.
is on BBC News 24 at 11.30pm.
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