Perkasa unfazed by unsavoury labels

  • Nation
  • Sunday, 16 Feb 2014

The often controversial Perkasa that gets non-Malays angry with its seemingly aggressive and racist views. Here it gives its side on how it sees things.

There are framed up news clippings on the walls of the Perkasa head office, a clear sign of how this Malay rights group thrives on publicity. Perkasa has been called racist, samseng and for some they seem to be sowing racial discord in the country. Its president Datuk Ibrahim Ali shrugs off the labels, saying it only makes them even more recognised.

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Politics , Government , perkasa , malay , umno


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