FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — In a quiet office of Kebangsaan University, Kamarulnizam Abdullah holds court amid his books and thoughts. He’s a dignified man, a Muslim who loathes the concept of revenge and is instead inclined toward reconciliation. He believes terrorists can and must be rehabilitated.
It’s not a calculated argument designed to upset those whose lives were forever changed by the September 11 attacks on New York and Washington a decade ago – or those who have suffered from the seemingly indiscriminate bombing campaigns that followed across Southeast Asia. Read more in The Diplomat.