The ‘Allah’ Issue: High Court Grounds of Judgment

The High Court grounds of judgment of the Titular Roman Catholic Archbishop of Kuala Lumpur v 1. Menteri Dalam Negeri 2. Kerajaan Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur High Court Judicial Review: R1 – 25 – 28 – 2009 is available here.

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5 Responses to The ‘Allah’ Issue: High Court Grounds of Judgment

  1. theman

    well, i wonder what word or phrase might be in dispute again after this in this boleh land… pisang goreng perhaps?

  2. Mat Top

    Very dangerous trend of malays demonstrating and remonstrating over the Court's ruling on the usage of the word'Allah' without even attempting to understand the Judge's ruling. Ain't that stupid. That includes the 'foot in the mouth' Minister who said he doesn't agree with the Court's judgement. In some developed countries the public would have called for this Minister's head for his stupidity.

    A very dangerous trend indeed for Malaysia for having people with little intelligence becoming ministers and thus aggravate a situation which is a non-issue in the first place.


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  5. jungleboy

    Good judges will be rewarded by GOD (ALLAH) if not in this world, definitely in heaven or the unlikely PKR govt. if they come into power.