Malaysian churches attacked
Four Christian churches in Malaysia have been attacked amid tensions over the use of the word “Allah” by non-Muslims in the country. Attackers threw a molotov cocktail which failed to ignite at a church in the state of Selangor on Friday afternoon, media reports said. The incident comes hours after a petrol bomb was thrown at a church in the capital, Kuala Lumpur, as well as attackers trying to set another two ablaze in a nearby suburb. Police also recieved reports of cars displaying Christian symbols having their windscreens smashed in the suburb of Bangsar.