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PUTRAJAYA, 10 Sept (Bernama) -- Mahkamah Rayuan hari ini menangguhkan

penghakiman berhubung rayuan dikemukakan Kementerian Dalam Negeri dan kerajaan

terhadap keputusan Mahkamah Tinggi membenarkan penerbitan mingguan Katolik, The

Herald, menggunakan kalimah ''Allah''.

Panel tiga anggota dipengerusikan Datuk Seri Mohamed Apandi Ali menyatakan

mahkamah akan menyampaikan penghakimannya menjelang Oktober.

Hakim Mohamed Apandi berkata mahkamah menangguhkan keputusannya ke satu tarikh

akan ditetapkan kemudian kerana mereka memerlukan masa untuk meneliti hujahan,

pelbagai dokumen dan lampiran.

"Kami akan memberikan penghakiman bertulis. Kami tidak akan mengambil masa

terlalu lama. Kami mengambil kira sebagai notis kehakiman akan kehadiran

kumpulan orang ramai di luar mahkamah yang dengan sendirinya menunjukkan

sensitiviti kes ini," kata Hakim Mohamed Apandi yang bersidang bersama-sama

Hakim Datuk Abdul Aziz Abd Rahim dan Datuk Mohd Zawawi Salleh.

Pada 16 Feb, 2010, gereja itu memfailkan permohonan semakan kehakiman

menamakan Kementerian Dalam Negeri dan kerajaan sebagai responden, menuntut

antara lain, perisytiharan bahawa keputusan kementerian melarang penggunaan

kalimah ''Allah'' dalam penerbitan The Herald adalah tidak sah.

-- LAGI

JA MAM RHM

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