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Can Islamic issues be discussed without the permission of the religious authorities?

However, while the non-Muslim does not have to seek prior approval to organize talks or seminars with regards to his religion, the Muslim citizen appears to have this added hurdle to cross in order to exercise his rights under Article 10 and Article 11 (1). Is this constitutional? Is this legal? I will not ask the question if this hurdle is consistent with the Quran since it is not (my humble view – stand to be corrected). – www.LoyarBurok.com

The problem with some Islamic scholars: Reply to Dr Wan Azhar on “Human Rightism” & Religion

I write this in response to the article entitled “Human Rightism” vs Religion by one Dr Wan Azhar Wan Ahmad, appearing on September 22, 2009 in The Star. I have for awhile now seen the articles of the learned Doctor appear in The Star and I must, at the very outset, state that I have […]

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