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MALAYSIA-ELECTION/
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April 28, 2013
Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak (C) waves a national flag as he sings patriotic songs with supporters...
Rawang, Malaysia
Malaysia's PM Razak waves national flag as he sings patriotic songs during election campaign rally outside...
Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak (C) waves a national flag as he sings patriotic songs with supporters during an election campaign rally in Rawang, outside Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2013. Malaysia will hold its general elections on May 5 in what could be the toughest test of his ruling coalition's 56-year grip on power in Southeast Asia's third-largest economy. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
MALAYSIA-ELECTION/
RTXZ2HI
April 28, 2013
Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak speaks during an election campaign rally in Rawang, outside Kuala...
Rawang, Malaysia
Malaysia's PM Razak speaks during an election campaign rally outside Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak speaks during an election campaign rally in Rawang, outside Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2013. Malaysia will hold its general elections on May 5 in what could be the toughest test of the ruling coalition's 56-year grip on power in Southeast Asia's third-largest economy. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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April 28, 2013
Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak (C) introduces the local candidates for his National Front coalition...
Rawang, Malaysia
Malaysia's PM Razak presents local candidates for his National Front coalition during an election campaign...
Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak (C) introduces the local candidates for his National Front coalition during an election campaign rally in Rawang, outside Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2013. Malaysia will hold its general elections on May 5 in what could be the toughest test of the ruling coalition's 56-year grip on power in Southeast Asia's third-largest economy. Banner reads, "Please vote for the Prime Minister!". REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
MALAYSIA/
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February 27, 2010
A member of Malaysia's "Ikhwan" Polygamy Club, Mohd Miqdad Ashaari, 30, plays with his children and his...
Rawang, Malaysia
A member of Ikhwan Polygamy Club, Mohd Miqdad, plays with his children and his two wives, during a gathering...
A member of Malaysia's "Ikhwan" Polygamy Club, Mohd Miqdad Ashaari, 30, plays with his children and his two wives, Syakirah Zakariah (L), 28, and Ummu Atikah Abu Bakar (R), 27, after they pose for a family photograph during a gathering to commemorate Prophet Muhammad's birthday, in Rawang outside Kuala Lumpur February 27, 2010. Miqdad has a third wife, Nur Aqmal Laili Abdul Malek, 25, who is not able to attend the gathering. Miqdad and his wives have a total of six children. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
MALAYSIA/
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February 27, 2010
A member of Malaysia's "Ikhwan" Polygamy Club, Mohd Nizamuddin Ashaari (C), 48, poses with his four wives...
Rawang, Malaysia
A member of Ikhwan Polygamy Club, Mohd Nizamuddin, poses with his four wives during a gathering to commemorate...
A member of Malaysia's "Ikhwan" Polygamy Club, Mohd Nizamuddin Ashaari (C), 48, poses with his four wives during a gathering to commemorate Prophet Muhammad's birthday, in Rawang outside Kuala Lumpur February 27, 2010. The wives from left are, Laila Ahmad, 45, who is the second wife, Sukainah Hamzah, 47, is the first wife, Nizamuddin, Nur Sakinah Rahmanuddin, 45, is the fourth wife, and Umaimah Majid, 42, who is the third wife. They have 24 children in total, from three to 24 years old, who live in a five-room bungalow outside the capital of Kuala Lumpur. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA/
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February 27, 2010
A family photo of Malaysia's "Ikhwan" Polygamy Club member Ashaari Muhammad and his three wives posing...
Rawang, Malaysia
A family photo of Ikhwan Polygamy Club members Ashaari and his three wives posing while he was sick in...
A family photo of Malaysia's "Ikhwan" Polygamy Club member Ashaari Muhammad and his three wives posing while he was sick in bed, is on display on a bedside table at their room in Rawang outside Kuala Lumpur February 27, 2010. The wives from left are Tengku Noriah Tengku Abdullah who is the first wife, Ashaari, Hatijah Aam is the third wife and Noraziah Ibrahim who is the fourth wife. Ashaari lost his second wife. The family photo was taken in November 2009. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
MALAYSIA/
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February 27, 2010
A member of Malaysia's "Ikhwan" Polygamy Club, Mohd Miqdad Ashaari, 30, shows a picture of his father...
Rawang, Malaysia
A member of Ikhwan Polygamy Club, Mohd Miqdad, shows a picture of his father with his three wives during...
A member of Malaysia's "Ikhwan" Polygamy Club, Mohd Miqdad Ashaari, 30, shows a picture of his father Ashaari Muhammad with his three wives while he was sick in bed, during a gathering to commemorate Prophet Muhammad's birthday, in Rawang outside Kuala Lumpur February 27, 2010. Miqdad himself has three wives with six children. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
MALAYSIA/
RTR2B0FE
February 27, 2010
Polygamist Zahari Alwi, 48, shares his text message with his two wives, Rohana Ali (L), 47, and Khairulbariah...
Rawang, Malaysia
Polygamist Zahari shares his text message with his two wives while they are having dinner at a hawker...
Polygamist Zahari Alwi, 48, shares his text message with his two wives, Rohana Ali (L), 47, and Khairulbariah Mian, 22, while they are having dinner with the children of Zahari and Rohana at a hawker centre in Rawang outside Kuala Lumpur February 27, 2010. Rohana is his wife of 22 years and he married Khairulbariah, who is the same age as his first child, three months ago. Zahari, his wives and the children live in a same house in a neighborhood in the capital of Kuala Lumpur. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
MALAYSIA/
RTR2B0ED
February 27, 2010
A member of Malaysia's "Ikhwan" Polygamy Club, Mohd Nizamuddin Ashaari (C), 48, poses with his four wives...
Rawang, Malaysia
A member of Ikhwan" Polygamy Club, Mohd Nizamuddin, poses with his four wives and some of his 24 children...
A member of Malaysia's "Ikhwan" Polygamy Club, Mohd Nizamuddin Ashaari (C), 48, poses with his four wives and some of his 24 children during a gathering to commemorate Prophet Muhammad's birthday, in Rawang outside Kuala Lumpur February 27, 2010. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
PERODUA/
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June 24, 2008
Syed Hafiz Abu Bakar, managing director of Malaysian carmaker Perodua, speaks to Reuters at the Perodua...
Rawang, Malaysia
Hafiz, managing director of Malaysian carmaker Perodua, speaks to Reuters at the Perodua factory in Rawang...
Syed Hafiz Abu Bakar, managing director of Malaysian carmaker Perodua, speaks to Reuters at the Perodua factory in Rawang, outside Kuala Lumpur June 24, 2008. Malaysian vehicle sales are expected to grow 6 percent this year, after a drop in 2007, driven by strong sales for new models, Hafiz said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
PERODUA/
RTX7A1U
June 24, 2008
Syed Hafiz Abu Bakar, managing director of Malaysian carmaker Perodua, speaks to Reuters at the Perodua...
Rawang, Malaysia
Hafiz, managing director of Malaysian carmaker Perodua, speaks to Reuters at the Perodua factory in Rawang...
Syed Hafiz Abu Bakar, managing director of Malaysian carmaker Perodua, speaks to Reuters at the Perodua factory in Rawang, outside Kuala Lumpur June 24, 2008. Malaysian vehicle sales are expected to grow 6 percent this year, after a drop in 2007, driven by strong sales for new models, Hafiz said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
PERODUA/
RTX7A1S
June 24, 2008
Syed Hafiz Abu Bakar, managing director of Malaysian carmaker Perodua, speaks to Reuters at the Perodua...
Rawang, Malaysia
Hafiz, managing director of Malaysian carmaker Perodua, speaks to Reuters at the Perodua factory in Rawang...
Syed Hafiz Abu Bakar, managing director of Malaysian carmaker Perodua, speaks to Reuters at the Perodua factory in Rawang, outside Kuala Lumpur June 24, 2008. Malaysian vehicle sales are expected to grow 6 percent this year, after a drop in 2007, driven by strong sales for new models, Hafiz said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
PERODUA/
RTX7A19
June 24, 2008
A worker assembles Perodua cars at its factory in Rawang, outside Kuala Lumpur Jun 24, 2008. Malaysian...
Rawang, Malaysia
A worker assembles Perodua cars at its factory in Rawang
A worker assembles Perodua cars at its factory in Rawang, outside Kuala Lumpur Jun 24, 2008. Malaysian vehicle sales are expected to grow 6 percent this year, after a drop in 2007, driven by strong sales for new models, top Malaysian carmaker Perodua said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
PERODUA/
RTX7A15
June 24, 2008
Workers assemble Perodua cars at its factory in Rawang, outside Kuala Lumpur Jun 24, 2008. Malaysian...
Rawang, Malaysia
Workers assemble Perodua cars at its factory in Rawang
Workers assemble Perodua cars at its factory in Rawang, outside Kuala Lumpur Jun 24, 2008. Malaysian vehicle sales are expected to grow 6 percent this year, after a drop in 2007, driven by strong sales for new models, top Malaysian carmaker Perodua said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
PERODUA/
RTX7A0S
June 24, 2008
Workers make final inspections on Perodua cars at its factory in Rawang, outside Kuala Lumpur Jun 24,...
Rawang, Malaysia
Workers make final inspections on Perodua cars at its factory in Rawang
Workers make final inspections on Perodua cars at its factory in Rawang, outside Kuala Lumpur Jun 24, 2008. Malaysian vehicle sales are expected to grow 6 percent this year, after a drop in 2007, driven by strong sales for new models, top Malaysian carmaker Perodua said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
PERODUA/
RTX7A0P
June 24, 2008
Managing Director of Malaysian carmaker Perodua, Syed Hafiz Abu Bakar speaks to Reuters at its factory...
Rawang, Malaysia
Managing Director of Malaysian carmaker Perodua, Syed Hafiz Abu Bakar speaks to Reuters at its factory...
Managing Director of Malaysian carmaker Perodua, Syed Hafiz Abu Bakar speaks to Reuters at its factory in Rawang, outside Kuala Lumpur June 24, 2008. Malaysian vehicle sales are expected to grow 6 percent this year, after a drop in 2007, driven by strong sales for new models, Hafiz said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
PERODUA/
RTX7A0L
June 24, 2008
Managing Director of Malaysian carmaker Perodua, Syed Hafiz Abu Bakar speaks to Reuters at its factory...
Rawang, Malaysia
Managing Director of Malaysian carmaker Perodua, Syed Hafiz Abu Bakar speaks to Reuters at its factory...
Managing Director of Malaysian carmaker Perodua, Syed Hafiz Abu Bakar speaks to Reuters at its factory in Rawang, outside Kuala Lumpur June 24, 2008. Malaysian vehicle sales are expected to grow 6 percent this year, after a drop in 2007, driven by strong sales for new models, Hafiz said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
PERODUA/
RTX7A02
June 24, 2008
A worker pushes a frame of Malaysian made Perodua car at its factory in Rawang, outside Kuala Lumpur...
Rawang, Malaysia
A worker pushes a frame of Malaysian made Perodua car at its factory in Rawang
A worker pushes a frame of Malaysian made Perodua car at its factory in Rawang, outside Kuala Lumpur June 24, 2008. Malaysian vehicle sales are expected to grow 6 percent this year, after a drop in 2007, driven by strong sales for new models, carmaker Perodua said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA/
RTR1MYR8
March 01, 2007
An officer from the Islamic religious authority peeps into a grocery store during a search at a commune...
Rawang, Malaysia
An officer from the Islamic religious authority peeps into a grocery store during a search at a commune...
An officer from the Islamic religious authority peeps into a grocery store during a search at a commune of the Islamic sect Rufaqa in Rawang, outside Kuala Lumpur March 1, 2007. The authorities in mainly Muslim Malaysia suspect Rufaqa, or "Comrades" in Arabic, could be a front for the revival of the "Al-Arqam" movement, which was founded in 1968 by preacher Ashaari Muhammad but outlawed in 1994 as being heretical. The sign says "Fresh Market Rufaqa". REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA/
RTR1MYQO
March 01, 2007
Students of the Islamic sect Rufaqa sit in a classroom as a religious officer records details during...
Rawang, Malaysia
Students of the Islamic sect Rufaqa sit in a classroom as a religious officer records details during...
Students of the Islamic sect Rufaqa sit in a classroom as a religious officer records details during a search at their commune in Rawang, outside Kuala Lumpur March 1, 2007. The authorities in mainly Muslim Malaysia suspect Rufaqa, or "Comrades" in Arabic, could be a front for the revival of the "Al-Arqam" movement, which was founded in 1968 by preacher Ashaari Muhammad but outlawed in 1994 as being heretical. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA/
RTR1MYPX
March 01, 2007
An officer from the Islamic religious authority inspects a prayer room during a raid at a commune of...
Rawang, Malaysia
An officer from the Islamic religious authority inspects a prayer room during a raid at a commune of...
An officer from the Islamic religious authority inspects a prayer room during a raid at a commune of the Islamic sect Rufaqa in Rawang, outside Kuala Lumpur March 1, 2007. The authorities in mainly Muslim Malaysia suspect Rufaqa, or "Comrades" in Arabic, could be a front for the revival of the "Al-Arqam" movement, which was founded in 1968 by preacher Ashaari Muhammad but outlawed in 1994 as being heretical. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA/
RTR1MYPP
March 01, 2007
Young members of the Islamic sect Rufaqa sit as religious authority officers (not in picture) search...
Rawang, Malaysia
Young members of the Islamic sect Rufaqa sit as religious authority officers search their classroom in...
Young members of the Islamic sect Rufaqa sit as religious authority officers (not in picture) search their classroom in Rawang, outside Kuala Lumpur March 1, 2007. The authorities in mainly Muslim Malaysia suspect Rufaqa, or "Comrades" in Arabic, could be a front for the revival of the "Al-Arqam" movement, which was founded in 1968 by preacher Ashaari Muhammad but outlawed in 1994 as being heretical. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
RELIGION-MALAYSIA/
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December 13, 2006
A car passes the quiet Rufaqa commune in Rawang outside Kuala Lumpur during noon prayer on December 6,...
Rawang, Malaysia
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A car passes the quiet Rufaqa commune in Rawang outside Kuala Lumpur during noon prayer on December 6, 2006, as most all of its community shut their premises and flock to a nearby mosque for "Zuhr" prayer. In one corner of a Malaysian town, an Islamic sect has created a self-contained commune, running businesses from restaurants to schools through a group called the Rufaqa Corporation. Photo taken December 6, 2006. To match feature RELIGION-MALAYSIA/ REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
RELIGION-MALAYSIA/
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December 13, 2006
Sandals are left outside of a classroom in Rufaqa commune in Rawang outside Kuala Lumpur December 6,...
Rawang, Malaysia
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Sandals are left outside of a classroom in Rufaqa commune in Rawang outside Kuala Lumpur December 6, 2006. In one corner of a Malaysian town, an Islamic sect has created a self-contained commune, running businesses from restaurants to schools through a group called the Rufaqa Corporation. It is common for Muslims in Malaysia not to wear shoes or sandals inside premises. Photo taken December 6, 2006. To match feature RELIGION-MALAYSIA/ REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
RELIGION-MALAYSIA/
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December 13, 2006
Young Malaysian Muslims play on the street in Rufaqa commune in Rawang outside Kuala Lumpur December...
Rawang, Malaysia
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Young Malaysian Muslims play on the street in Rufaqa commune in Rawang outside Kuala Lumpur December 6, 2006. In one corner of a Malaysian town, an Islamic sect has created a self-contained commune, running businesses from restaurants to schools through a group called the Rufaqa Corporation. Photo taken December 6, 2006. To match feature RELIGION-MALAYSIA/ REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
RELIGION-MALAYSIA/
RTR1KD4S
December 13, 2006
A poster of Malaysia's Muslim preacher Ashaari Muhammad is on display outside his office in Rufaqa commune...
Rawang, Malaysia
To match feature RELIGION-MALAYSIA/
A poster of Malaysia's Muslim preacher Ashaari Muhammad is on display outside his office in Rufaqa commune in Rawang outside Kuala Lumpur December 6, 2006. In one corner of a Malaysian town, an Islamic sect has created a self-contained commune, running businesses from restaurants to schools through a group called the Rufaqa Corporation. Photo taken December 6, 2006. To match feature RELIGION-MALAYSIA/ REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA
RTXKFZZ
April 15, 2001
Malaysian Chinese calligrapher Kenny Chen, 47, brushes the word "Namo Amituofo", the name of the greatest...
Rawang, Malaysia
Malaysian Chinese calligrapher Kenny Chen, 47, brushes the word "Namo Amituofo", the name of the gre.....
Malaysian Chinese calligrapher Kenny Chen, 47, brushes the word "Namo Amituofo", the name of the greatest Budha, in Rawang, 50 kms north of Kuala Lumpur, April 15, 2001 ahead of the upcoming Wesak Day celebration. Chen on Sunday created the calligraphy on a giant 82 by 13 feet paper, with a giant fox hair brush. Buddhist devotees will be celebrating Wesak on May 7 in honour of the birth, enlightenment and passing of Lord Buddha.
MALAYSIA
RTRGZQP
April 15, 2001
MALAYSIAN CHINESE CALLIGRAPHER KENNY CHEN BRUSHES THE WORD "NAMO AMITUOFO", THE NAME OF THE GREATEST...
Rawang, Malaysia
MALAYSIAN CHINESE CALLIGRAPHER KENNY CHEN BRUSHES THE WORD "NAMO AMITUOFO", THE NAME OF THE ...
MALAYSIAN CHINESE CALLIGRAPHER KENNY CHEN BRUSHES THE WORD "NAMO AMITUOFO", THE NAME OF THE GREATEST BUDDHA, NEAR KUALA LUMPUR.


Malaysian Chinese calligrapher Kenny Chen, 47, brushes the word "Namo Amituofo" in Rawang, 50 kilometres north of Kuala Lumpur, April 15, 2001 ahead of the upcoming Wesak Day celebration. Chen on Sunday created the calligraphy on a giant 82 by 13 feet paper, with a giant fox hair brush. Buddhist devotees will be celebrating Wesak on May 7 in honour of the birth, enlightenment and passing of Lord Buddha.
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