The Padang Rengas MP reiterates that he criticised the tycoon in order to defend his former boss.
King Salman says the attacks on Saudi oil pumping stations not only threatens the security of the kingdom and the Gulf, but also maritime safety and global oil supplies.
USM's P Sundramoorthy says politicians have the power to directly and indirectly influence ordinary folk to carry out acts of violence and it is time the police acted against any politician fuelling racial and religious hatred.
Ardern says the Christchurch massacre underlined 'a horrifying new trend' in extremist broadcasting their atrocious actions.
IGP Abdul Hamid Bador says four men who are part of an Islamic State wolf pack were arrested in swoops in Terengganu and the Klang Valley last week
The gunmen managed to trap some of the worshippers, killing 6 people.
The sprawling church car park was empty as the authorities bars vehicles from entering the compound as part of high-level security.
Videos circulating online of mobs throwing stones at Muslim businesses, destroyed furniture inside homes, shattered windows and overturned vehicles.
Zahran Hashim worked for months in private chatrooms to persuade six young men to sacrifice themselves.
Wickremesinghe says that some of the suspects took their lives when confronted by security forces.
Violence over race and religion can be seen all over the world, but Malaysians should continue to reject this as we have done for the past six decades.
Just a few decades ago, there was hardly any news of attacks against members of the LGBT society.
The election was seen as a major test of the credibility of the Western-backed government.
Seventy-four people were killed in the attacks in 2016 and 2017 in Cairo, Alexandria and the Nile Delta city of Tanta targeting Coptic Christians, who make up about 10% of Egypt's predominantly Sunni Muslim population.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani had vowed a "crushing" response to last month's assault -- claimed by the Islamic State jihadist group -- on a military parade commemorating the 1980-1988 Iran-Iraq war.
They were furious about a planned redeployment to a battlefront in the remote Lake Chad region after fighting Boko Haram jihadists for years without relief.
Militants from al Qaeda and other radical jihadist groups have long targeted the US-allied kingdom and dozens of militants are currently serving long prison terms.
They join notorious Islamic State fighter Khaled Sharrouf as the only nationals to be kicked out under tougher anti-terror laws.
The decision was made after dozens of people were killed in attacks in Zamfara State.
The attacks underline the threat Boko Haram still poses despite repeated military claims the group is spent force.
The onslaught began with a triple suicide bombing in the city of Sweida, which was followed by attacks with guns and explosives on villages to its north and east.
Protests have been mounting across the key state since Monday, when a Maratha community activist jumped to his death from a bridge in protest.
The rocket attacks came two days after a suicide bomber blew himself up near Kabul international airport, killing at least 23 people, including AFP driver Mohammad Akhtar.
With its dream of a Caliphate in the Middle East now dead, Islamic State has switched to hit-and-run attacks aimed at undermining the government in Baghdad.