UPDATED 6.56PM | MIC treasurer-general reiterates call to Perkasa to take him to court, instead of going to the streets.
Perkasa threatens to campaign against MIC candidates during the next elections.
Ramasamy says it's a prayer session for Hindus who have been hurt by the likes of Zakir and Perlis mufti.
How does MIC opposing Zakir be construed as being anti-Islam or anti-Malay, asks Saravanan.
COMMENT | If the controversial preacher is not in Malaysia, then where is he?
Maicci says Zahid gave this assurance when asked on Malaysia's tolerance for Islamic preacher Zakir Naik.
It will launch a campaign claiming it is haram to vote for MIC, following the party's anti-Zakir comments.
COMMENT | ‘I don’t understand why the police would allow sensitive things to fester.’
Moderate Malay-Muslims concerned over too much tolerance given to controversial televangelist Zakir Naik.
Ibrahim Ali says he's not picking a fight with PHM, but merely defending the truth.
UPDATED 12.43PM | This comes after the plaintiffs and defendants make no objection to its application to intervene.
UPDATED 2.34PM | They say M'sia, a UN counter-terrorism committee member, should not harbour such a threat.
No need to insult the religion of others in defending Zakir Naik, adds Muslim preacher Wan Ji Wan Hussin.
UPDATED 5.50PM | Deputy minister warns action will be taken if situation escalates to a potential threat.
Perlis mufti slams Hindraf's 'provocative ways', and urges all to live in harmony.
UPDATED 7.28PM | Newly-formed Malay-Muslim NGOs' coalition Bertindak claims the process had allegedly violated the constitution.
UPDATED 7.10PM | They single out Hindraf's Waythamoorthy as an 'urgent threat' that needs to be handled.
I am neither a Muslim nor a Hindu. But as a Malaysian, I am entitled to provide some views on Zakir Naik and the controversies surrounding him.
Surely Malaysia and its people are built on a much stronger footing than to be threatened by one man who claims to be an inter-faith scholar but has a skewed view of everything around him. We have made Zakir Naik woefully big by giving him too much space in our media and lives.
YOURSAY | 'Will MIC raise the issue of Zakir Naik's permanent residency?'
Perlis mufti Asri Zainul Abidin brands Hindraf as 'extremists' who cause friction between Hindus and Muslims.
‘I want the same rules applied to you, as it does to me.’
The minister relies on a line from the holy book in response to Asri's poetry pow-wow.
UPDATED 3.29PM | Don't be like DAP in criticising Islam, a PAS ulama tells a certain member.
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.
‘That is the same with Zakir’s fear of the authorities in India,’ says its chief Ibrahim Ali.
COMMENT | It will be a pipe dream to think they can undermine Hinduism by engaging in hate-mongering.
YOURSAY | ‘The police in Zakir’s own country want to talk to him. Why do we want to protect him?’
The urgings, which also described Zakir as a terrorist, are not justified, says Mohd Asri Zainul Abidin.