Borneo's Plight in Malaysia Foundation in unhappy there are many cases of Christians whose religion is mentioned as Islam in identity cards and birth certificates.
Kelantan Amanah adviser says it is against the teachings of Islam to ignore plight of Orang Asli.
Judge finds that the woman had never been converted to Islam by her father and that she had lived all her life as a Christian.
Telang Usan assemblyman says act exemplifies tolerance of Sarawak’s multiracial and multi-religious people.
Ledionnie Ajis says it began in 2014 when she got close to a group of Muslim friends.
Universiti Malaya's Awang Azman says Muslims only make up 28% of the population in the state.
The department will not appeal against Sarawakian Rooney Rebit's quest to change his religion from Muslim to Christian - thanks to intervention from Sarawak CM Adenan Satem.
Association of Churches Sarawak welcomes CM Adenan's announcement that the National Registration Department is withdrawing its court appeal against man who reverted to Christianity from Islam.
Photographer Eddie Putera says the Chinese and Indians should leave the country for their own good as racial harmony is not as good as it used to be.
The Attorney-General's Chambers confirms the appeal was filed, on behalf of the NRD, against the Court decision in favour of Roneey Rebit "leaving" Islam.
An-Naim Mosque committee chairman even requests for additional gate so churchgoers have easier access.