Enough rhetoric, we'll 'run amok' if needed - Perkasa warns

M Fakhrull Halim & Haspaizi Zain

Modified 2 Dec 2018, 9:58 am

Perkasa president Ibrahim Ali has said that the patience of the Malays is running thin and warned that the right-wing Malay movement is ready to "run amok" across the country if issues affecting the Malays continue to persist.

Speaking to some 200 supporters and members at Perkasa's "jihad" rally at Kampung Bharu in Kuala Lumpur, Ibrahim trained his guns on Minister in the Prime Minister's Department P Waythamoorthy and the latter's criticism of the police during the recent Seafield temple riot.

The Malay rights group also criticised the government's initial proposal to ratify the United Nations’ International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination (Icerd), which it later decided against...

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