They demand 'justice' for Adib and want minister Waytha Moorthy to be sacked.
Prominent human rights lawyer takes Putrajaya to task for not taking 'control of the narrative' and being caught on the back foot over its decision to ratify ICERD.
Politicians will continue harping on Malay fears until the standard of the Malay community is improved and they are confident in themselves and their abilities.
The anti-ICERD rally was meant to be a show of strength and the crowd size reflecting the strength of the Umno-PAS partnership.
Tajuddin Abdul Rahman accuses the world body of transgressing Malaysia’s independence and trying to control the culture, minds and politics of the country.
Mohamad Fuzi Harun advises rally participants not to create any provocation.
The coalition of 313 silat associations also wants to know if the ratification of ICERD is cancelled or merely postponed.
Only those with confidence and real power will be able to yield, compromise and provide leeway for their opponents.
They say rally participants will hear speeches, thank the government and go home.
Selangor's Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah says such statements can confuse people.
Suhakam says it is unhappy and annoyed that security concerns were raised which forced the commission to postpone it by a day.
The DAP supremo says many Malaysians have misconceptions about the ICERD because of the politics of lies, hate, race and religion by opportunists in Umno and PAS.
The human rights celebration organised by Suhakam will be held at Padang Timur in Petaling Jaya.
Veteran newsman says both PAS and Umno will use rally to see who wields more influence.
However, organisers will only be allowed to gather in front of the Sultan Abdul Samad building in Kuala Lumpur.
The rally was attended by former general, Prabowo Subianto, a nationalist with strong links to Islamists who is seeking to topple President Joko Widodo in next year's polls.
Former Sungai Benut MP Tawfik Ismail questions the need for PAS and Umno to hold a gathering over the UN treaty as the rights of the Malays are already enshrined in the Federal Constitution.
It is not just the rally, any incident, especially a clash, that can be shown to reflect a weak government is always useful to the opposition. It was the same when BN was in power; it is the same now that PH is in power.
Aminuddin Yahya says he finds it odd that the PKR president equates showing gratitude to being mischievous.
The body, representing former policemen and soldiers, says if the rally organisers insist on holding the rally, the defence forces chief should issue a statement that soldiers will join police to quell any resulting riots.
The home minister says anyone wishing to hold such rallies must abide by the requirements of the Peaceful Assembly Act 2012.
DAP secretary-general tells editors of Chinese dailies that there are extremists trying to instigate the Malay community using the ICERD issue.
A gathering against the government's plan to ratify the United Nations treaty is scheduled to be held in Seremban.
Stock markets on both sides of the Atlantic charged higher Wednesday after the US midterm elections produced no major surprises, triggering a relief rally.