Maldives: Religious Extremism and Climate Change

Religious Extremism and Climate ChangeMaldivianPresident Mohammad Nasheed visited Indiato attend a conference on climate change and review the bilateral ties fromOctober 21-25. Nasheed met the Indian Prime Minister indicating the high levelof commitment between the two countries. Thedanger of spread of extremism has been highlighted in Maldivesfrom time to time. This was again in the limelight with the President havingstated that a large number of youth of the country have been getting trainingfrom the Taliban while comparing the challenges arising from fundamentalistgroups and climate change. Therefore the situation has been ratcheted up by thegovernment with growing fears that the orthodox Muslim society may turn towardsfundamentalism. In the larger context this would be dangerous f...
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