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Dato Ibrahim bin Ali (born 1951) is a far-right Malaysian politician and a former Member of Parliament for Pasir Mas, Kelantan. He is also the founder and president of Malay supremacist group Perkasa.
- If they say that "We are second-class citizens", don't talk shit like that. You see, don't talk shit. I repeat, don't talk shit - three times! We the Malays have forgiven [sic] a lot for these people . We have sacrificed a lot of [our] interests ...
- interview with al-Jazeera, uploaded 29 March 2010 to YouTube.
- Those (from the Arab world) that support the US are socialists and Christians. So when we say Arab we must consider who is talking, in the media that belongs to who and which Arab? Don’t be easily swayed by what they said
- interview with the Malay Mail, uploaded 9 October 2013.
- We have our own laws, rules and culture. That is why we don’t need to entertain and care about what those on the outside say, what else if coming from Arab countries which are in chaos themselves,
- Why should we be bothered if there are Arab countries or Indonesia [who] criticise the Malaysian courts on the Allah issue. Don’t think that every Arab knows or understand Islam [or] That there is no one ignorant there [...]
Malaysian Politicians Say the Darndest Things [Vol I]
- These [anti-government] websites are expensive to maintain. We have been told that it costs about RM60,000 to set up the equipment, and around RM30,000 to maintain ... I don't rule out the possibility that the websites are being funded by foreign elements, perhaps using students to do the work.
Malaysian Politicians Say the Darndest Things [Vol II]
- I would rather not be called "Yang Berhormat" as long as I get to travel business class. It's not about being ashamed, but on long-distance travel, economy class can be quite tiring.
- Problems happen because women cannot accept polygamy. What about doing a big campaign so that women can accept polygamy?