Call to ban Evangelicalism simply wrong, says constitutional lawyer

Low Han Shaun

Centre for Human Rights Research and Advocacy (Centhra) CEO Azril Mohd Amin proposes that the 'dangerous movement that is evangelicalism' be kept in check as it 'threatens religious harmony in Malaysia'. – YouTube screenshot, June 16, 2017.

EVERY Malaysian has the right to profess and practise his or her religion according to the Federal Constitution, and this right may not be restricted or denied by the state, a constitutional lawyer said, on the call to ban Evangelical Christianity in Malaysia.

Lawyer Syahredzan Johan said to outlaw evangelicalism here would be unconstitutional especially when the church worships in private without propagating to Muslims.

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