His affiliation matters more than his credentials, says the Malay rights pressure group.
Home minister says action will be taken against Perkasa president if he has uttered words intended to spark racial tension.
UPDATED 4.10PM | Some 50 members initially gathered in the rain to protest against Icerd and the moratorium on Sedition Act.
This follows blog post by the veteran newsman, which right-wing Malay movement deems seditious against rulers.
Be loyal to the Agong and Malay rulers. We will act aggressively against those who behave rudely, it warns.
The ‘M’sian M’sia’ agenda will prevail over bumiputera socioeconomic interests, says acting president.
UPDATED 5.58pm | His deputy says Ibrahim is disappointed that Malays did not appreciate the struggle for religion, race and country.
GE14 | The Perkasa president will also be standing for the Tendong state seat.
UPDATED 2.14PM | He may go for Pasir Mas or Rantau Panjang as 'suggested by many'.
It gives its written grounds outlining why public officials cannot sue the media for defamation.
Court verdict on unilateral conversion runs contrary to religious knowledge, says veep Hassan Basri.
UPDATED 6.52PM | PKR has more winnable seats than Bersatu, says Perkasa's Ibrahim Ali.
In wake of Felda scandal, Ibrahim Ali moots National Economic Sabotage Act to deal with graft.
Ibrahim Ali tells activists to withdraw suit in light of Interpol decision not to flag preacher.
COMMENT | Will DAP leaders put their foot down and say “no” to extremists like Perkasa?
UPDATED 2.54PM | Irwan Fahmi Ideris has cut ties with Umno, but will maintain his Perkasa membership.
The group also wants the transcript to clarify what is meant by its 'extremist' label.
UPDATED 1.46PM | Malay parties should be protesting on behalf of preacher, Perkasa president says.
The Perkasa chief is unfazed by claims he is racist saying, 'To hell with them'.
Sec-gen Syed Hassan says Malays should now pray for new leaders with a strong Malay identity.
Pahang Umno Youth chief disputes Perkasa's accusation that the event was Chinese-dominated.
The Malay rights group accuses the government of pawning the country's dignity.
He says the current political climate requires the use of 'chemical weapons'.
The public focus is also on the 1MDB, and not on the 'long buried' forex scandal, says pressure group's veep.