Pewaris is also preparing a memorandum to be submitted to the Home Minister Syed Hamid Albar and the Yang di-Pertuan Agong.
At the Jalan Tun Razak Police Station they made reports directed at those who spoke out against the ISA and the Fatwa against Tomboys. The report were also directed at Hindraf and those who question Malay Rights or rights which they believed belongs to the Malays.
At the same time, the police today moved in to disperse a group of people who had gathered at a field in Ampang Jaya since 8pm for the launch of an anti-ISA campaign.
In the process, it is learnt that about seven people have been arrested for failing to disperse.
Police light strike force unit started dispersing the crowd - numbering less than 100 - at about 9.26pm just as PAS vice-president Mohammad Sabu started to address the crowd.
The campaign was organised by the Abolish ISA Movement (GMI). It was to be launched by Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim.
GMI chairperson Syed Ibrahim Syed Noh was also present at the venue since early evening.
GMI secretary E Nalini said that among those arrested were three PAS leaders from Kuala Lumpur and Selangor.
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