KUALA LUMPUR: Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad-zahid-hamidi/' title='Ahmad Zahid Hamidi News'>Ahmad Zahid Hamidi has condemned the violent disturbance which erupted at the Nothing To Hide 2.0 forum held in Shah Alam yesterday. Read More...

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Ahmad Zahid Hamidi: Dato' Seri Dr. Ahmad Zahid Hamidi is a Malaysian politician and is currently the Minister of Home Affairs in the Barisan Nasional coalition government of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and the Member of the Parliament of Malaysia for the Bagan Datoh constituency in Perak. Before this, he
Shah: Shah is a title given to the kings and lords of Iran and India. It was continuously used in Iran and Greater Iran. In India, it was used by Mughal rulers. The word descends from Old Persian xyaiya- "king", which must be a borrowing from Median, and is derived from the same root as Avestan xara-,
Ahmad: Ahmad, Ahmed or Ahmet are the principal transliterations of the Arabic given name, Arabic: amad. The name comes from the Arabic triconsonantal root of -M-D, meaning "highly praised", implying "one who constantly thanks God".