Tag: Jill Ireland
Pembicaraan hakim 4 Okt untuk pihak-pihak untuk mengemaskini kes berkenaan pusingan penyitaan bahan-bahan keagamaan Kristian dari Sarawakian Jill Ireland.
Judge fixes Oct 4 for parties to update on the case surrounding the seizure of Christian religious material from Sarawakian Jill Ireland.
The verdict, initially scheduled for tomorrow, has been adjourned to allow 'litigants to have a more concrete solution with the government'.
Judge Nor Bee Ariffin fixes Oct 29 to deliver her judgment after deferring the ruling pending an administrative matter.
No reason given why judgment has been put off to another date, says lawyer Annou Xavier.
National Evangelical Christian Fellowship says Bible can only be translated by Christian scholars who are authorised by the church.
The reliance on a provision in the Printing, Presses and Publications Act is constitutional on grounds of public order and national security, says government lawyer Shamsul Bolhassan.
Lawyer for Sarawakian Jill Ireland says directive disallowing use of the word 'Allah' by non-Muslims has been wrongly enforced as though it is law.
Court rules report must be filed by July 14 in response to Sarawakian Jill Ireland's suit on her religious right to use the word in religious education.
No reason was given, says lawyer Haniff Khatri Abdulla.
But Selangor Islamic Religious Council still wishes to act as intervenor in Sarawakian Jill Ireland's judicial review challenging Home Minister.
Majlis Agama Islam Selangor memohon menjadi pencelah semakan kehakiman Jill Ireland bagi mendapatkan semula CD yang dirampas dan menamakan KDN serta kerajaan sebagai responden.
On September 30, the Court of Appeal ruled in favour of the church to remove MAIWP as a party in court proceedings.
Court ruling in denying Islamic council's bid to intervene in SIB case, also states case may be academic as Christian materials have already been returned by government.
The postponement of the hearing for two Islamic bodies follows a similar intervening appeal pending at the Court of Appeal.
Home Minister and Federal Government will be cited for contempt of Court if they fail to comply with third reminder.