Japanese Ambassador in Dhaka Matsushiro Horiguchi has said Bangladesh is highly unlikely to become a fundamentalist Islamic country, reports BDNEWS. Horiguchi said the Bangladesh government adopts a “moderate Islamic view with democratic values” as its national policy and seeks to exclude fundamentalism. “This policy is supported by the majority of the people, and therefore Bangladesh is highly unlikely to become a fundamentalist Islamic country,” he said in a message titled “Rebuttal against Islamic Fundamentalism in Bangladesh”. Full Story
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