A-G’s Chambers to decide on seized hymn books, say Johor cops

BY LEE SHI-IAN
December 14, 2014

A-G’s Chambers to decide on seized hymn books, say Johor cops The Attorney-General's Chambers will decide whether 31 copies of a hymn book entitled "Mari Kita Memuji Allah Kita" seized from a Catholic priest in Johor 10 days ago should be returned,... Read more

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