The grounds of appeal of the Federal Court We had previously uploaded the Grounds of Judgment of the Court of Appeal here. Today, about two weeks after delivering its decision on 24th June 2014, the Federal Court has released the Grounds of Judgment of the specially enlarged panel of 7 Judges who heard and dismissed […]
The 50-page PDF Outline Submissions and Leave Questions
A brief comment on the Court of Appeal’s judgment in the Allah case.
Philip Koh teases out the theological-political implications of the Allah issue.
Lord Bobo gets on the banned-wagon.
Views from an international human rights lawyer.
Tommy Thomas explains the why the Allah decision was not constitutional.
The grounds of judgment of the Court of Appeal
Q: Why do Christians use the word ‘Allah’ in their Malay language Bible and not ‘Tuhan’? A: It is because Christians, Jews and Muslims worship the same God as the God of Abraham.
When by deed the government is insensitive to the religions of others, even to the extent of desecrating their Holy Bible, it only goes to show that this is not a government for the people.
A Malaysia for all Malaysians can only be a reality when the Barisan Nasional accepts that dividing us for votes is progressively making things worse.
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