Malaysia’s answer to Conversion

published on May 30, 2007

Malaysia‘s highest court has rejected a Muslim convert’s plea to legally recognise as a Christian, according to BBC

Malaysia‘s constitution guarantees freedom of worship but says all ethnic Malays are Muslim. Under Sharia law, Muslims are not allowed to convert.

Malaysia‘s Chief Justice Ahmad Fairuz Sheikh Abdul Halim said the panel endorsed legal precedents giving Islamic Sharia courts jurisdiction over cases involving Muslims who want to convert.

About 200 protesters shouted “Allah-o-Akbar” outside the court when the ruling was announced.

“You can’t at whim and fancy convert from one religion to another,” told Ahmad Fairuz Malaysia’s chief Justice.

Ms Joy has been disowned by her family and forced to quit her job. She went into hiding last year. A Muslim lawyer who supported her case received death threats.


This is the reason why no Missionaries are interested in uplifting the poor in Islamic Countries. In Communist China also they won’t show any soft corner as our Communist’s do to Missionaries. Then the only option left for the crusaders is our Nation where they get full support to proceed with their plan of conversions unabated and to meet the target set by Vatican

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