Only in Malaysia can a person's faith be tested by symbols, pictures and what is read in a book.
When some Muslims express discomfort about a huge cross on the side of a building, it does not mean that they are spiritually weak or lack confidence in their faith and it certainly does not mean that they are afraid of the cross.
It is unclear why lighting in the image of a cross was displayed on an apartment in Penang but housing developers need to be sensitive to the situation in the nation.
The chief minister says the extra money will be pumped into new projects to ensure there is no water rationing.
Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow says the developer is currently testing facilities and with more lights switched on, the 'cross' disappears.
Political consultant says there are bound to be surprises in the last moments before polling.
Prof Syed Farid Alatas says Malaysians think their situation is not bad since there is no chaos and the shopping malls are full of people.
Headmaster of SMK Serian in Sarawak has ordered students to remove crosses, crucifixes even when tucked under uniform, says local Opposition leader.