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Malaysia: ban Christianity

A group of Islamic organisations called, in late June, for evangelical Christianity to be effectively outlawed in the country .

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They claimed that ‘In Malaysia, the dangerous movement that is evangelicalism must be kept in check as it threatens religious harmony… the government needs to consider introducing anti-evangelicalism laws’. The group also voiced support for the banning of a four-day Christian event in Malacca, suggesting that police actions were ‘in line with the duties of the country’s administrators in protecting the Muslim faithful’.