I hope the 10-point statement issued by Minister at the PM Dept Idris Jala on the al-Kitab (Bibles in Bahasa Melayu) today is able to defuse any confusion among Malaysians and foreigners (read here).
The Christians, too could sigh in relief that the 'Muslim-controlled' government is a level-headed one and is not what they accused of previously.
As for the Malays who are Muslims, there is nothing to worry unless there is an additional demand for the al-Kitab to become another subject in Sekolah Kebangsaan and Sekolah Menengah.
I dont think the al-Kitab should be an issue anymore. Our al-Quran comes in many languages, including the Hebrew to suit Muslims all over the world. Malaysian Muslims too need not worry that their children' faith will be affected.
What's important is for Muslim to give adequate Islamic teaching to their children. And I dont think the Malays would be interested to buy or even read the al-Kitab if some of us are not even keen to read the al-Quran!
On top of that, please stop accusing the govt of trying to woo Christian votes for the Sarawak state election.