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Religious Diversity in Muslim-Majority States in Southeast Asia: Areas of Tolerance and Conflict, written by Bernhard Platzdasch and Johan Saravanamuttu (eds.)

In: Asian Journal of Social Science
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Bernhard Platzdasch and Johan Saravanamuttu (eds.), (2014) Religious Diversity in Muslim-Majority States in Southeast Asia: Areas of Tolerance and Conflict. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. 431 pages. ISBN: 978-981-4519-64-9.

Bernhard Platzdasch, Johan Saravanamuttu and their contributors are to be commended for their new volume, Religious Diversity in Muslim-Majority States in Southeast Asia. The book is loaded with fascinating case studies with an eye to theory and policy. Together, the chapters make a convincing case that Islam in Southeast Asia, long seen as distinctively tolerant, is increasingly hostile to other faiths and rival interpretations.

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