‘Coun­tries can work on opportunities in ha­lal in­dus­try’

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grab. For ex­am­ple, the mod­est cloth­ing in­dus­try. Maybe (lo­cal celebrity) Neelofa could take ad­van­tage of this and go there as she has al­ready made waves here. Other mus­limah cloth­ing busi­nesses could also join in.

Both coun­tries have a young pop­u­la­tion and the ad­vent of so­cial me­dia can change geo-po­lit­i­cal land­scapes, and we can learn from each other.

When one is un­der pres­sure, it will be­come ap­par­ent on one’s ex­pres­sions, de­meanour and char­ac­ter.

How­ever, Na­jib seems un­de­terred and fo­cused. The East Coast Rail Line and High­Speed Rail projects are un­der way.

Our bi­lat­eral re­la­tions with China and Saudi Ara­bia have im­proved.

Even though we face many is­sues, we can never lose fo­cus on our duty as the peo­ple’s choice to gov­ern the coun­try.

This is why there should be no eco­nomic sab­o­tage be­cause we need a strong gov­ern­ment, as only a strong gov­ern­ment can weather the is­sues that I have men­tioned.

It is im­por­tant to give an im­pres­sion of po­lit­i­cal sta­bil­ity to the out­side world as with­out it, we will face more chal­lenges.

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