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'Don't Stab The Back'and loyalty in the martial art Silat Melayu heritage should be appreciated and emulated by all segments of society to defend the fortress of unity that had existed in the country.
Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Razali Ibrahim said history proves that the Malacca Sultanate was able to survive for so long when this martial art has managed to educate a generation ago compliant and obedient to their leaders until it is difficult tampered with by outside parties.

"Silat educate a person to avoid any form of conflict and hostility, rather it invites us towards reconciliation and peace,' he said.

He was speaking to reporters after opening the Johor Malay Association Persilatan 2016 in Hall Maktab Rendah Sains Mara (MRSM) Muar attended by the President of the Malaysian National Silat Federation (Pesaka) Johor Abdul Wahid Abu Talib here last night.

He said silat was announced as a national heritage, then it should be accepted by every people who professed that They are loyal to the country.

"It is important for us to continue to perpetuate the legacy of this country for educating the younger generation to continue to defend the sovereignty of the state in the future.
"if formerly, the conquest using military yet today the situation is different when outsiders use the people of that country as a weapon to conquer the countries concerned as was the case abroad,' he said.

Razali said the pure and abstinent element in the congress was able to give more force to the country as it would prevent any form of strife that could destroy the country.

"We want to build a sense of identity in society so that our existing mental resistance can repel any form of external threats," he said.
"It (silat) should be used as a meeting point for both of us to defend our country We are in a challenge today because outsiders always have the instinct to conquer.

"We do not see the attack because it does not come in the form of troops but in today's world, conquests occur in many ways either economically or mentally,' he said.

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