PUTRAJAYA, July 18 (Bernama) — Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has reiterated that Malaysia is not a failed state either in terms of the Islamic development or infrastructure facilities for the people.
The prime minister said the development of Islam was not only observed through talks alone but could also be translated in all aspects of life such as the setting up of the Islamic administrative infrastructure which indirectly became part of the message of ‘dakwah’ to the society.
Taking the Putrajaya Islamic Complex (KIP) as an example, he said the launching of the complex, which unified 11 religious agencies under one roof, proved that the government always strived to put Islam at its highest level by providing the best infrastructure for the realisation of the development of the country.
“In these two days, there is a reason for us to feel proud. Yesterday, I launched the second phase of the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) Sungai Buloh-Kajang (SBK) line and today, launched the KIP, a new icon in preparation of the best governance for the glorious Islamic administration.
“Is this the picture of a failed country? Is this the picture of a bankrupt government? Does this lead to the devastation of Malaysia which needs to be saved?,” he asked when opening the KIP here today.