But you can still get it in Indonesia
Hey, what about The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (and the Crusades)? What about The Truth About Muhammad?
I don't believe that ideas that I oppose should be ignored or forcibly suppressed. I believe they should be met honestly and refuted. They don't agree in modern, moderate Malaysia.
"Ministry Bans 11 Books About Islam," from Bernama (thanks to Morgaan Sinclair):
KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 29 (Bernama) -- The Internal Security Ministry has banned 11 books -- eight in English and three in Bahasa Malaysia -- about Islam whose contents have been found to be deviating from the teaching of the religion.
According to the ministry's Quran Publication Control and Text Division Secretary Che Din Yusoh, the ban order was gazetted on Jan 17 under Section 7(1) of the Printing Presses and Publications Act 1984.
The books banned are:
* Secrets Of The Koran: Revealing Insights Into Islam's Holy Book by Don Richardson (Regal Books From Gospel Light, Ventura, Calfornia, USA);
* Qur'an and Women Rereading the Secrets Text From Woman's Perspective by Amina Wadud (Oxford University Press, New York);
* The Two Faces Of Islam: Saudi Fundamentalism and It's Role in Terrorism by Stephen Schwartz (Anchor Books, New York);
* Woman In Islam by Margaret Speaker Yuan (Greenhaven Press Farmington Hills);
* Islam Unveiled: Disturbing Questions About The World's Fastest-Growing Faith by Robert Spencer (Encounter Books Califonia);
* What Makes Me A Muslim by Catherine M. Petrini (KidHaven Press Farmington Hills);
* The Importance Of Muhammad by Marilyn Tower Oliver (Lucent Books, Farmington Hills);
* Faiths Islam Worship, Festival and Ceremonies From Around The World by Trevor Barnes (Kingfisher, Massachusets);
* Amalan Kemurahan Rezeki by Lifa Karimah (Jasmin Enterprise);
* Rahsia Jalan Yang Lurus (Al-Mustaqim, Johor Bahru); and
* Islam & Pluralisme by Al-Mustaqeem Mahmood Radhi (Middle Eastern Gruaduate Centre, Damansara Kuala Lumpur).