Pioneer Press writer Rubén Rosario sat down with 2020 International Women of Courage awardee Susanna Liew from Malaysia to learn about her courageous story and work in fighting for religious freedom.

Susanna is one of this year’s 12 recipients of the U.S. State Department’s International Women of Courage Awards and is honored for her selfless dedication to fight on behalf of members of religious minorities who have disappeared in Malaysia or face persecution for their beliefs. She has endured police harassment and death threats, but has never stopped actively pursuing justice, including on behalf of her husband Christian pastor Raymond Koh, who was abducted in 2017.

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