Anglican Church of SE Asia commends Taib for ”˜Allah’ stand

The Anglican Church has commended Chief Minister Pehin Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud for his “bold and unambiguous stand” on the ”˜Allah’ controversy.

Archbishop of the Anglican Province of South East Asia the Most Reverend Datuk Bolly Lapok said he hoped that the state and Church would continue to enjoy the same partnership under the new chief minister.

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One comment on “Anglican Church of SE Asia commends Taib for ”˜Allah’ stand

  1. Nikolaus says:

    Might we get more of the back story here? I’m aware of the problem that Muslims are creating over the use of “allah.” But what is the chief minister’s position. Frankly the word has such hideous connotations I’m fine leaving it to them. But then, I don’t speak Arabic.