MALAYSIA – Fears for safety of abducted church pastor; Malaysian Christians call for prayer Christians in Malaysia are calling on believers around the world to pray, after a church pastor was kidnapped in broad daylight. Pastor Raymond Koh was taken from his car in a residential area by five masked men on the morning ofContinue reading “Abducted Pastor and Human Rights Malaysia”
(Morning Star News) – Converts to non-Islamic faiths in Malaysia can be detained for more than three months in “Faith Purification Centers.” Classroom at Faith Purification Center in Ulu Yam (Batul Iman), Selangor state. (Government of Malaysia) Faith Purification Center in Ulu Yam (Batul Iman), Selangor state. (Government of Malaysia) Article
November 2014…….These Bibles have all been returned PTL! Malaysian Bible Society raided. MALAYSIA: 330 Bibles confiscated in raid on Bible Society 17th January, 2014 Bibles were seized and Bible Society staff temporarily detained in a raid on the Bible Society of Malaysia. On 2 January Islamic authorities, aided by police, raided offices of the BibleContinue reading “Malay Bibles confiscated”
It is the Malaysian church’s duty to reach these people just as it was the early Jewish church’s responsibility to reach those nearest them. Bisaya, Sabah Bisaya of Malaysia The Bisaya are an indigenous people of the northwest and the coast line of Borneo, Malaysia. Bisayas’ indigenous people settled in Borneo thousands of years ago.Continue reading “Bisaya of Malaysia”
Malaysia Court Upholds ‘Allah’ Ban for Non-Muslims I don’t know why they don’t plump for JEHOVAH or JAH as the Muslim Allah is NOT the God of Scripture! ICC Note: Malaysia’s highest court ruled on Monday that non-Muslims cannot use the word “Allah” to refer to God. Christians expressed their concerns on the fast fallingContinue reading “Malaysia’s Highest Court Upholds A Ban On Allah In Christian Bibles”
10/24/2013 Malaysia (UCANews) On Monday at a political “congress”, Prime Minister of Malaysia Najib Tun Razak attempted to calm concerns faced by the nearly 3 million Christians in Malaysia after a court ruling banned the use of the Arabic word for God, “Allah”, from being used by non-Muslims. The Prime Minister said ChristiansContinue reading “Malaysian Prime Minister Tries to Calm Rising Fears of Christian Persecution”
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