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[NEW VIDEO] PERKASA Thinks "That Effing" Allah Video Is Not Funny At All

Amidst tension and confusion surrounding the 'Allah' court ruling, PopTeeVee released a YouTube video explaining and making light of the issue. Most viewers found the satire funny, but PERKASA was unamused.

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[VIDEO] PopTeeVee Sends PERKASA "Effing" Message After Police Report

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"PERKASA Jangan Terasa", PopTeeVee Releases "Effing" Video Reply To Police Report

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Popteevee Released A New Video To Their "The Effiing Show" Series On 25 Oct Titled "Allah, Apa Lagi?"

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Popteevee Released A New Video To Their "The Effiing Show" Series On 25 Oct Titled "Allah, Apa Lagi?"

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The Video Mocks The Debate Surrounding The Recent 'Allah' Ruling, And Made Fun Of PERKASA's Ibrahim Ali

The video mocks the debate surrounding the recent 'Allah' ruling and also made fun of PERKASA's Ibrahim Ali

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At The Start Of The 6 And A Half Minute Clip, The Video Warns It Might Offend Those Who Are Easily Offended

At The Start Of The 6 And A Half Minute Clip, The Video Warns That The Show Might Offend Those Who Are Easily Offended

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Unamused, PERKASA Lodged A Police Report Over The YouTube Video

The video mocks the debate surrounding the recent 'Allah' ruling and also made fun of PERKASA's Ibrahim Ali

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The Perak chapter of Malay right wing movement Perkasa today lodged a police report over a YouTube clip, which it claimed mocked the Court of Appeal decision on the use of the word Allah.

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Its head Mohd Hafez Mubin Mohd Salleh together with 10 other Perkasa members lodged the report at the Ipoh police headquarters here at 1.44pm.

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PERKASA Says The Video Disrespects The Sensitivities Of Muslims In The Country

He told reporters the clip titled “The Effing Show #95: Allah, Apa Lagi?” lasting six minutes and 30 seconds did not respect the sensitivities of Muslims in the country.

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PERKASA Says The Video Disrespects The Sensitivities Of Muslims In The Country

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The Court Of Appeal Recently Ruled That Catholic Publication "The Herald" Was Not Allowed To Use The Word 'Allah' To Refer To Their Good

The Court Of Appeal Recently Ruled That Catholic Publication 'The Herald' Was Not Allowed To Use The Word 'Allah' To Refer To Their Good

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