AEA Condemns Church Attacks in Malaysia

12 January 2010

Asia Evangelical Alliance (AEA) condemns the attack on three Churches with firebombs in Malaysia on 8 January 2010. The Muslim community gathered outside a mosque in Kuala Lumpur on Friday to protest a recent court ruling that overturned a government ban allowing Christians to use the word Allah as a translation for God. The government made no move to block the unauthorized rallies, as it commonly does.
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AEA Condemns Church Attacks in Malaysia

Asia Evangelical Alliance (AEA) condemns the attack on three Churches with firebombs in Malaysia on 8 January 2010. The Muslim community gathered outside a mosque in Kuala Lumpur on Friday to protest a recent court ruling that overturned a government ban allowing Christians to use the word Allah as a translation for God. The government made no move to block the unauthorized rallies, as it commonly does.
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United India Votes for Stability

20 May 2009

New Delhi: The Indian voter has spoken – clearly, decisively and positively. Confounding the politicians, pollsters and pundits, the Indian National Congress party and the rump United Progressive Alliance (UPA) have received a resounding vote of confidence taking them into majority territory on their own. Even the optimistic Congress party was pleasantly surprised and the overconfident Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) still does not know what hit them. As the BJP introspects they should consider the voters’ verdict against the politics of polarization.
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