Malaysia: Ex-Muslim Finally Allowed to Legally Be a Christian
March 30, 2016
There is new hope for ex-Muslim converts to Christianity in Malaysia after the recent landmark ruling allowed a Muslim man to officially renounce Islam and legally embrace Christianity.
David Curry, CEO of Open Doors USA, told CBN News he's cautiously optimistic that people in Malaysia will be free to choose their own religion after this historic court ruling.
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