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11 June 2010

Indonesian Muslims asked not to attack churches

Jakarta, June 11 - Indonesian Muslim organisations have been asked not to follow in the footsteps of their Malaysian counterparts in church attacks following a Kuala Lumpur court ruling lifting the ban on the use of the word 'Allah' by non-Muslim Malaysians.

Noted Muslim scholar Azyumardi Azra said although Indonesian Muslims were more tolerant regarding the use of 'Allah' by non-Muslims, there remained the possibility of similar attacks by a few small, radical Muslim groups.



 

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