Masyarakat Kristian mengutuk keras terhadap penggunaan istilah batu api 'kafir harbi' (yang digunakan untuk merujuk kepada orang-orang kafir yang berperang dengan Islam), tetapi kini digunakan kepada semua rakyat Malaysia yang menentang enakmen hudud. Menyoal siasat, meragu, atau menolak penggubalan undang-undang atau dasar, seperti menubuhkan hudud - adalah hak perlembagaan asasi semua rakyat Malaysia. Hudud hanyalah sebahagian kecil daripada Syariah yang tidak sentiasa atau secara sejajar sepanjang sejarah Islam.
Justeru, bagaimanakah rakyat Malaysia boleh ditentukan sebagai musuh-musuh Islam?

The Christian community strongly condemns the use of the incendiary term 'kafir harbi' (which is used to describe unbelievers at war with Islam), but now applied on all Malaysians who oppose hudud enactments. Questioning, doubting, or rejecting any change in laws or policy - such as with establishing hudud - is the fundamental constitutional right of all Malaysians. Hudud is a small part of the Syariah, not even constantly or consistently applied throughout the history of Islam. So how can such Malaysians be designated as enemies of Islam?"

The Christian Federation of Malaysia (CFM) once again protests strongly the portrayal of Christians and the exercise of their freedom of religion as a "threat" in our multi-religious nation, which took place at a seminar held at the Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) campus in Lendu, Malacca on 12 December 2015.

Persekutuan Kristian Malaysia (CFM) memandang berat dengan penuh kerisauan terhadap pengecutan ruang bagi amalan agama di Malaysia. CFM juga menyedari bahawa aliran pembendungan terhadap kebebasan amalan agama sebelum mengadakan perundingan dengan pihak-pihak berkenaan semakin membimbangkan. Keadaan keseluruhan atas penerimaan dan persefahaman sesama agama kian merosot apabila negara kita diheret oleh kejadian-kejadian yang berlaku disebabkan sikap tidak bertoleransi.

The Christian Federation of Malaysia (CFM) has observed with deep concern the ever-shrinking public space for religious expression in Malaysia. The CFM also notes the worrying trend of curbing freedom of religious expressions without prior consultation with stakeholders. The overall environment of religious acceptance and understanding deteriorates as the country is dragged from one incident of intolerance to another.