UPDATED 12.05PM | Police says it may have been a petrol bomb, but the mufti says the Fire Department found no sign of sabotage.
UPDATED 5.50PM | Mujahid brokers peace between the pair after their feud over Zakir Naik and the LTTE.
'The mediation will be done by Mujahid and this is a closed-door meeting,' says Penang DCM II.
The meeting is to sort out their disagreement over controversial Muslim preacher Zakir Naik.
COMMENT | Does Zakir have a direct or indirect effect on national unity?
Ramasamy is asked to debate Zakir on 'who's the real terrorist' based on his support of LTTE.
'A sin is a sin. However, a sin does not justify other sins being committed against the sinner,' says Mohd Asri.
Asri tells Harapan to shun 'cosmetic' religious appearances, and not repeat what BN had done.
LETTER | The Perlis mufti made the call on the grounds of Hindraf's objection to Zakir Naik's presence in M'sia.
'Do not talk about personal issues, talk about things that are of public interest,' says Perlis mufti.
Asri says no party is perfect, so voters have to assess which one has better qualities.
'That is a lie. The police never yelled at Amri’s daughter as was reported,' says Mohd Asri Zainul Abidin.
His comment is made in response to Suhakam's inquiry into a missing activist.
Politicians should not use abusive words on each other when campaigning, says Perlis mufti.
Johor counterpart disagrees, says it will allay fears over impurities turning up in the wash.
COMMENT | ‘I don’t understand why the police would allow sensitive things to fester.’
UPDATED 11.47AM | Asri welcomes news of improved ties - and reminds all not to remain silent against evil.
YOURSAY | 'If Muslims want others to respect Islam, they must respect other religions too.'
UPDATED 2.54PM | The Perlis mufti defends his poem three days running, pointing to an Iranian report on 'evil' India.
Issues which affect them are Malaysian problems.
‘I want the same rules applied to you, as it does to me.’
COMMENT | Waythamoorthy pens seven-point letter to Asri after his controversial poem.
The minister relies on a line from the holy book in response to Asri's poetry pow-wow.
This is after the publisher disapproves of the Perlis mufti's controversial poem.
UPDATED 6.55PM | The reports by some 40 NGO reps and activists accuse the mufti of making a seditious speech.
Nasrudin Hassan says a debate between Perlis mufti Mohd Asri and Hadi over Act 355 was unnecessary.
Fadzil says as a religious scholar, Asri should not bring down another religious scholar in a debate.
State’s population needs to be increased, and delaying could slow down growth of the Muslim population, adds Mohd Asri.
It claims the Islamic teaching is a threat to national security and could lead to extremism.