Forensic personnel inspect the site of a grenade attack at a bar and restaurant in Puchong, outside Kuala Lumpur, in 2016. Photo: APForensic personnel inspect the site of a grenade attack at a bar and restaurant in Puchong, outside Kuala Lumpur, in 2016. Photo: AP
Forensic personnel inspect the site of a grenade attack at a bar and restaurant in Puchong, outside Kuala Lumpur, in 2016. Photo: AP
Farlina Said
Opinion

Opinion

On Reflection by Farlina Said

Malaysia’s terrorism threat must be addressed at community level to prevent resurgence of groups such as Islamic State

  • Present and future governments will have to tackle marginalisation and build bonds in society
  • This is the fifth of a series of essays by well-known Malaysians to be published in the run-up to May 9, the anniversary of the country’s first change of government.

Forensic personnel inspect the site of a grenade attack at a bar and restaurant in Puchong, outside Kuala Lumpur, in 2016. Photo: APForensic personnel inspect the site of a grenade attack at a bar and restaurant in Puchong, outside Kuala Lumpur, in 2016. Photo: AP
Forensic personnel inspect the site of a grenade attack at a bar and restaurant in Puchong, outside Kuala Lumpur, in 2016. Photo: AP
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