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(FMT) – Sarawak Workers Party claims Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak’s flip-flopping has made “some people more equal than others”.

Sarawak Workers Party (SWP), which once claimed it was Barisan Nasional- friendly has slammed federal leaders for mocking the loyalty expressed by Sarawakians when they voted to retain the ruling government.

Party vice-president Josephine Mawat said neither Christians nor their use of the term “Allah” was ever a threat to social harmony and national security

“The word ‘Allah’ was not a threat to the country or national security.

“It has been used all over the world and has not caused any problem.

“It has been used in Sabah and Sarawak for over 100 years, long before the formation of Malaysia and not caused problems.

“It has been used by even the Arab countries and Middle Easts, it has not caused problems” she lamented adding that the term “Allah” is the name of God and “nobody regardless of religion can change the name of God at their fancy, not even governments of the day”.

Mawat was voicing the rising concerns in Sarawak, which is a predominantly Christian population.

Sarawakians are bristiling over the recent Court of Appeal decision which overuled an earlier High Court ruling allowing the use of the term “Allah” in The Herald publication’s Malay version.

The decision triggered wideranging anti-Christians comments from orthodox Muslims and Malay ultras demanding among others that the Bible be burned

She said while the people in Sarawak and Sabah believed Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak’s assurance that the recent Court of Appeal (COA) ruling would not affect them further affirming his earlier 10 point solution allowing for the printing, importation and distribution of the Malay version of the Bible, Al-kitab, his federal leaders were not sincere.

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She also questioned Tourism Minister Nazri Aziz’s insistence that Christians from East Malaysia must not use the word in prayer in Peninsular Malaysia.

Thousands of Sarawakians and Sabahans are living and working in Peninsular Malaysia. In Johor alone there are over 40,000 Sarawakians.

“Now it sounds like; since East Malaysia is a power ‘deposit’, therefore the court ruling can be discounted.

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