Uruf Majmuk: Konsep Dan Amalannya Dalam Masyarakat Majmuk Di Malaysia

Mohd Anuar Ramli, Mohammad Aizat Jamaludin
2011 Jurnal Fiqh  
A plural society is a special feature of a country that has been colonized. This plurality is parallel to the racial and religious differences. In addition, it is also related to the cultural differences, residential segregation, dissimilar nature of work etc. Nowadays, the gap between the races has been reduced as a result of greater unity campaigns organized by the government. Consequently there has been interaction and cooperation between ethnic groups in Malaysia. With the introduction of
more » ... w practices within the society, particularly the "open house" during festival seasons, the space for social contact between cultures-religions is flourishing. However, there are various conflicts between ethnic groups that could threaten the harmonious circumstances within the Malaysian society. Thus, this article attempts to elaborate upon the plurality of customs, its establishment through certain practices, especially "open house", and its relevance in boosting national integration.
doi:10.22452/fiqh.vol8no1.3 fatcat:brzvgbrlbbeqxmt3tfj34cjrda