CFM: Christians to use Allah except for The Herald


  • Nation
  • Monday, 23 Jun 2014

PETALING JAYA: The Christian community will continue to use the word "Allah" in their Bibles, church services and gatherings despite the Federal Court's dismissal of the church's application for leave in The Herald case, said the Christian Federation of Malaysia (CFM).

"Given the refusal to grant The Roman Catholic Church leave to appeal, we will in proceeding with our actions and activities, therefore treat the decision of the Court of Appeal as being confined to the specific facts of that particular case," said CFM chairman Dr Eu Hong Seng in a statement on Monday.

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