Monday, 16 March 2009

A Malaysian Muslim convert allowed to renounce Islam

A ray of hope for Human Rights, Democracy and Freedom in Malaysia.


GEORGETOWN, Malaysia (Reuters) - A Malaysian religious appeal court in the northern state of Penang granted a woman's wish to formally renounce Islam on Monday, in a rare case where Muslims are allowed to leave the faith.

To read the full story from Reuters India, please click HERE



Libertas inaestimabilis res est


Liberty is a thing beyond all price

1 comment:

JustSayingWithoutMalice said...

Yes, I suppose.

If non-Muslims can convert to Islam, then Muslims should be able to convert to other religions as well, according to their OWN FREE WILL.

If gahmen can flip flop, or in their words, "fine tune decisions for the good of the rakyat", then people can also flip flop mah. Lead by example.