Hindu activist Arun Dorasamy says the decision not to act against Muhammad Zamri Vinoth Kalimuthu could affect the integrity of the Attorney-General's Chambers.
Charity worker and Islamic activist Iskandar Tan says the celebrity preacher's hosts could have been more prepared in the face of the storm.
Penang mufti Wan Salim Mohd Noor says Dr Zakir Naik’s speeches often create controversy and may disturb the peace in a multiracial community.
Minister says these preachers will have to take responsibility for their actions if they raise conflicts through their talks, causing disharmony among the people.
The controversial preacher, however, refused to speak to reporters.
If Putrajaya is not careful, people may think the present government is willing to put the interest of one man over the interest of the nation, which is to ensure Malaysians of all ethnicities and religions live in peace and understanding.
The preacher's comparison of the Hindus in Malaysia to the Muslims in India is uncalled for.
It expects 100,000 visitors for highlight programme at the Sultan Muhammad IV Stadium on Aug 9.
Conservative groups say his preaching in clubs and red light districts is an insult to the Muslim religion.
Wisma Putra or AGC must clear the air and the matter brought to court so that public will know why India wants him, says a senior federal official.
Media outlets in India had reported that the preacher was to be flown to the country tonight.
The controversial preacher is wanted in India over allegations linked to money laundering and terrorism.
Bombay court says it cannot grant relief sought by Zakir Naik as he is not cooperating with police and has absconded from India.
The result will decide who rules the small Central American nation of five million people for the next four years.
Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips is suing the government preacher for claiming that the Canadian is an 'international terrorism supporter'.
USM's Ahmad Fauzi says repentance can be shown in many forms and should not necessarily be about going to a madrasah to learn about Islam and pray.
PPBM’s Kamarudin Mohd Noor says 92-year-old former PM is able to travel around country and has vast experience which he can use for benefit of people.
A group of Penangites claim to have been turned back from Chennai after being suspected to be 'Muslim preachers'.
How can Zamihan Mat Zin, who has extremist views and has uttered allegedly seditious statements, be effective in the de-radicalisation of IS militants?
The lawyer wants any extradition request or arrest warrant to go through him.
Ipoh Barat MP says Putrajaya will be put on the spot if India takes action to arrest Islamist preacher for alleged links to terrorists.
All the good work done in Malaysia to promote goodwill and understanding among different religious and ethnic communities have been seriously jeopardised by Naik's activities.
The case was filed in March by a group of Malaysians demanding the deportation of the controversial Islamic preacher.
Selangor Islamic Religious Department (JAIS) has sent a letter informing all concerned about the newly enforced ban.
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