An Exile’s Farewell and Perspective on Postmodern Malaysia by Dr. Omar

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omarOmar Zaid, M.D. (2015)

Begun May 2011

Revised Nov 2014 & Nov 2016

And O my people! Give full measure and weight in justice and reduce not the things that are due to the people, and do not commit mischief in the land, causing corruption. – Al’Qur’an 11:85

Being slaves of corruption they will not even call their corrupt ideas, habits and actions as evil and will finally perish in their own corruption, depravity and bondage.   – 2 Peter 2-19

Having recently retired and relocated to Thailand after seventeen years in Malaysia, I thought it time to shake the dust off of this essay and my feet. In all truth and although I am eternally grateful for the opportunities and blessings that God Almighty afforded me while I was there, what you are about to read is an expression of both duty and respect for this fact. As I re-read…

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