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Malaysia’s foreign minister criticized on Friday those who were accusing the country of “dividing the Muslim ummah” by organizing the Kuala Lumpur Summit this week.

“When Malaysia wanted to organize the KL Summit, some people accused us of dividing the Muslim ummah, but it is ‘okay’ to bomb or impose sanctions on other countries,” Malaysia’s The Star Online quoted Saifuddin Abdullah as saying.

Speaking during a special session at the summit which continues on its third day, Abdullah said: “Among the ummah, we have countries who are involved in shadow wars on behalf of superpowers, or creating proxy wars on behalf

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