Sunday, January 10, 2010

Three Burned Church

VIVAnews - Three churches in Malaysia, a bomb thrown by an angry mob related permission to use the word 'Allah' by non-Muslims. Attackers threw Molotov cocktails into a church in Kuala Lumpur and tried to burn two other churches in Petaling Jaya on Friday, January 8, 2010, in the morning.

Arson is suspected is a form of citizen protest over the decision of the High Court of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, which states that the Christian daily, the Herald Malaysia, has a constitutional right to use the word 'God' as a reference to the word 'God'. The implementation of this decision be postponed because the government appealed.

Kuala Lumpur police chief, Mohammed Osman Saturday, said an unknown group of burned churches in the village of Tabernacle Metro Melawati, Kuala Lumpur, on Friday midnight. There are no casualties in the incident.

The police have a suspect set fire ignition. In the meantime, there are no parties who claimed responsibility for this incident. Eyewitnesses said the fire started three to four people riding two motorcycles.

"People are breaking the glass doors on the ground floor of the church before flushing with flammable liquid and lit a fire," he delivered the Metro Tabernacle Church Assemblies of God as quoted by the Herald pages of Malaysia.

While the attack to two other churches do not generate large losses. "There is no loss of life and police were still investigating the case," said Osman was quoted as saying the page Al Jazeera television station.

Police also say they have beefed up security at churches throughout the country post-attack. "We watched the whole church," said the Malaysian police chief, Musa Hassan.


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