A Malaysian woman who converted to Christianity might be jailed for apostasy, or the rejection of her religion, after the Muslim-majority country’s highest court ruled that she does not have a constitutional right to convert from Islam to another religion. Lina Joy has battled for seven years to have her conversion recognized as legal. She finally took her case to a Malaysian Federal Court, which decided in a 2-1 majority decision that she could not remove “Islam” from the religion category of her government identity card despite her conversion to Christianity in 1998. (Ecumenical News International)