Malaysian government urged to release report on disappearance of Pastor Raymond Koh

The Citizens Against Enforced Disappearances (CAGED) organization is calling on the Malaysian government to release the results of a public inquiry into the disappearance of Pastor Raymond Koh, who was abducted in broad daylight in February 2017, International Christian Concern reports. It is believed the pastor was disappeared for involvement in matters against Islam.

Malaysia: Sharia Courts to Judge Christian Conversions

A recent Malaysia Federal Court ruling that apostasy cases should be heard in Sharia courts has led to disappointment for the country’s Christians, but determination from Islamic groups to prevent Muslims from converting out of their faith.

Malaysian Hotels to Ban Bibles, Non-Islamic Books

A decision to ban hotels from carrying books on non-Islamic religions is further proof of the erosion of the rights of non-Muslims in Malaysia, according to the Malaysia Chronicle.

Malaysia: Christians Want Confiscated Bibles Returned

Malaysia’s Christian Federation and Bible Society are both appealing Selangor’s administrative authorities to return more than 300 Bibles confiscated months ago in raids by the Islamic Department, according to International Christian Concern.

Raid on Malaysian Bible Society

Aided by police, the Selangor Islamic Affairs Department raided the Bible Society of Malaysia offices in Damansara Kim near Kuala Lumpur earlier this month.

Malaysian Muslims decry Proselytizers

Muslims in Malaysia have demanded that action be taken against those who proselytize Muslims to Christianity as 22 Islamic non-governmental organizations called for laws banning apostasy.

Malaysia Pentecostal Church Forgives Arsonists

Worshipers of a Pentecostal church that was burned by suspected Islamic arsonists in a suburb of the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur have forgiven those who destroyed their building, a senior pastor said Sunday.

Arsonists Attack Fourth Church in Malaysia

Arsonists in Malaysia attacked a fourth church in the capital Kuala Lumpur after a High Court decision to end a government ban on the use of the word “Allah” by non-Muslims, church officials said.

Malaysia: Government Confiscates Christian Children’s Books

Adding to the furor over whether non-Muslims have the right to use the word "Allah" in their publications and religious practice, on January 11 online news agency Malaysiakini reported that officials confiscated English-language Christian children’s books because they contained images of prophets.

Government Demolishes Church in Malaysia

The Malaysian Government has apparently demolished a Christian church building in an Orang Asli settlement in Gua Musang in Ulu Kelantan on June 4, according to Salem Voice Ministries News Service.

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