Thursday, January 20, 2011
Silent war over "Allah", Church versus Blogger
Reverend Lawrence Andrew of the Herald, the religious magazine that is contesting a KDN's ban against its use of Allah to refer to the Christian God, tried to score some points via an interview A year on, a silent war over 'Allah' between church and state (Jan 17, the Malaysian Insider).
Blogger SatD, a learned Muslim-Malaysian abroad, responds to LA's assertions and assumptions point by point. His arguments are absolutely convincing; I'd suggest the Malaysian Insider be a sport and publish his researched article, headlining it A year on, a silent war over 'Allah" between church and SatD ...
Coz that's what this has become. And you have to admit, SatD makes mincemeat of the Reverend's 11-year labour. The KDN should seriously get him to give its officers lessons on How to Defend 'Allah'.
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