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In the last edition of the Post, Math Ly was misidentified as the Grand Mufti, the spiritual head of the Cambodian Cham Muslim community during the Khmer Rouge reign. He was not. Math Ly was a former member of the People's Assembly of Democratic Kampuchea, a former member of the Khmer Rouge Tbaung Khmum District Committee, and he was later involved in the Khmer Rouge trials in 1979. Until his death in 2003, he was a representative of Kampong Cham Constituency and supreme personal advisor to the King.

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