SIS book ban: Decision on Jan 25

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Can the Home Ministry intervene in banning a book on Islam, when the power to do so rests with state religious councils?

And can the home minister act based on the 'Guidelines on Censoring Islamic Publications', which are drawn up by the Department for the Advancement of Islam (Jakim)?

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