Sense of a people set apart remains

 

..Whatever the case, the endless infractions, the nasty bureaucratic delays over churches and constant carping had made many Christians feel less Malaysian and less at home.

While March 8 had demonstrated the power of their vote, the sense of being a people set apart remained deeply embedded.

Sense of a people set apart remains

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