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    • The Right to Say ‘God’ Divides a Diverse Nation - The New York Times
      Mr. Wan Saiful says Malaysia’s conservative Muslims are disconnected from the wider Islamic world. Arabic-language Bibles used by Christians in countries such as Egypt and Lebanon use the word Allah for God. He was attending a conference overseas this year when the court affirmed the ban on the Catholic Church using Allah in its newsletter. “This Palestinian guy came up to me and said: ‘The world is laughing at you. I’m from an Arab country and everyone uses the word, every day.’ ”
    • When, why and how Christians use the word ‘Allah’
      A background history on how Christians use the word "Allah" in Malaysia. (The Malaysian Insider)

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