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Margaret Lokawua
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Rabbi Michael Melchior
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Dr. Chandra Muzaffar
Ms. Minnie Naylor
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George Cardinal Pell
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Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim

Anwar Ibrahim was Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia from 1993-1998. Highly respected for his principled stance against corruption and his skillful management of the Malaysian economy as Finance Minister during the Asian financial meltdown, Anwar spearheaded the Asian Renaissance movement and remains a leading advocate of civilizational dialogue aimed at bridging the gap between East and West. He is currently leader of the Opposition in the Malaysian Parliament and is a member of the advisory Board of the International Crisis Group. Read more online:
http://anwaribrahim.com/inner.asp?z=3

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