grabbing headlines and incurring public wrath in his role as Ikatan Muslimin Malaysia (Isma) president.
After a number of controversial statements, including one labelling the Chinese community ‘trespassers’, the leader of the far-right Muslim-Malay group has arguably overtaken Perkasa’s Ibrahim Ali and Zul Nordin as the man Malaysian netizens love to hate.
However, Abdullah Zaik defends his hardline stance and says that he is a victim of lopsided media portrayals.
“We are far from racists. A racist ideology would be to assume one race is…
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