MCCBCHSMalaysian Consultative Council of Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism and Sikhism
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Non-Muslim ecumenical and interfaith organizations in the country include the MCCBCHS, the Malaysian Council of Churches, and the Christian Federation of Malaysia.
The MCA and Gerakan held closed-door forums for the MCCBCHS and others invited to hear the same people speak about the Islamic state: the Adviser for Islam to the Prime Minister Tan Sri Hamid Othman; Professor Shad Saleem Faruqui, who is a constitutional law expert from Universiti Teknologi MARA; and Zainah Anwar, the executive director of Sisters in Islam who are activists for the rights of Muslim women and are extremely critical of PAS and conservative ulama.
Why MCCBCHS rejects the Application of the Syariah on non-Muslims (Kuala Lumpur: Malaysian Consultative Council of Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, and Silkhism, 1990), pp.
Participants included representatives from the Malaysian Islamic Development Department, the Malaysian Ulama Association, and the MCCBCHS.