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Total Prohibition On Use Of “Allah” Unconstitutional

Total Prohibition On Use Of “Allah” Unconstitutional

They can stop you propagating, but cannot stop you using the word at all

Landmark Indira Gandhi Judgment

Landmark Indira Gandhi Judgment

Lee Swee Seng JC’s grounds for quashing the conversion certificates

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[Updated] Some States Allow For The Renunciation Of Islam

[Updated] Some States Allow For The Renunciation Of Islam

7 States at least.

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Is the definition of a “Muslim” unconstitutional?

Is the definition of a “Muslim” unconstitutional?

The #Zaina Abdin constitutional reference on religious freedom being heard by the Federal Court

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For The Love of God

For The Love of God

Musings on Christianity and the love of God.

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Lawyer: Malaysia Is a Quasi-Secular State

Lawyer: Malaysia Is a Quasi-Secular State

Two lawyers disputed common political claims that Malaysia is an Islamic state.

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Conversations on the Constitution: Keeping the Faith under the Constitution

Conversations on the Constitution: Keeping the Faith under the Constitution

An exciting forum this Tuesday 16 August, 8pm.

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Ask Lord Bobo: Presumptions and Malaysia, a Jedi Nation?

Ask Lord Bobo: Presumptions and Malaysia, a Jedi Nation?

This week, His Supreme Eminenceness regales readers about the presumption of innocence, and how you too can be a Jedi.

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Shiite Muslims in Malaysia: A Cultural Genocide

Shiite Muslims in Malaysia: A Cultural Genocide

John Ling remembers the people whom Malaysia has forgotten

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Article 11 and The Freedom of Religion: A Matter of Interpretation

Article 11 and The Freedom of Religion: A Matter of Interpretation

“Thou shalt keep thy religion to thyself.” — George Carlin

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Interfaith dialogue schmialogue

Interfaith dialogue schmialogue

I have seen firsthand what “dialogue” means to some – you do not talk, you only talk on our terms, you listen to us and don’t talk, and if you are allowed to talk, you can only say what we want to hear.

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Can Islamic issues be discussed without the permission of the religious authorities?

However, while the non-Muslim does not have to seek prior approval to organize talks or seminars with regards to his religion, the Muslim citizen appears to have this added hurdle to cross in order to exercise his rights under Article 10 and Article 11 (1). Is this constitutional? Is this legal? I will not ask the question if this hurdle is consistent with the Quran since it is not (my humble view – stand to be corrected). – www.LoyarBurok.com

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A thought about Article 11(2) of the Federal Constitution

A thought about Article 11(2) of the Federal Constitution

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Albar’s “For Christianity” Order Unconstitutional?

The Nut Graph‘s intrepid journalist Zedeck Siew reports that on 16th February 2009, our illustrious Home Minister by virtue of the Internal Security (Prohibition On Use of Specific Words on Document and Publication) Order 2009 [PU(A) 62/2009] has decreed as follows:- The printing, publication, sale, issue, circulation and possession of any document and publication relating [...]

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