Spat Over the Use of 'Allah' in Malaysia

A court in Malaysia ruled last year that non-Muslims may not use the word 'Allah' to refer to god. The ruling in Selangor state has fanned religious tensions in the multi-racial country, and threatens to tarnish its image as a moderate state. Many say such Islamization is driven by politics, and it risks eroding a secular constitution, and minority rights.

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