Ambiga Ignores Threats in Fight for Fairer Malaysian VoteRanjeetha Pakiam and Liau Y-Sing
Ambiga Sreenevasan got anonymous death threats for her work on the rights of women whose husbands convert to Islam in Muslim-majority Malaysia four years ago. After leading a rally calling for electoral reforms in April, she was accused of treason by a ruling party lawmaker.
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