Christmas isn't just celebrated by Christians, and for some Muslims around the world, it appears to be getting tougher to participate.
The small Asian nation of Brunei, located near Malaysia, has banned Muslims from participating in Christmas celebrations.
The Sultan of Brunei is enforcing the ban, saying Christmas could damage the faith of Muslims.
The ban includes displaying Christmas symbols and Christmas trees, singing Christmas songs, sending Christmas greetings and more. Christians and other religions can still celebrate the holiday, as long as they don't publicize it or invite Muslims, the Sultan said.
Muslims participating in Christmas events could face up to five years in prison.
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