Poll: What do you think the Pas ‘progressives’ should do now?

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Now that Pas’ future in Pakatan is in doubt, what do you think the Pas progressives who were defeated in the Pas elections should do?


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Yang

Pas left Pakatan 2001 and BN won a resounding and spectacular victory in 2004 If Pas leave Pakatan soon would history repeat itself with a sterling performance for BN & Najib. I believed so but many Pakatan sycophants and lackey are still in a state of denial still shioking sendiri. Joceline write and speak very clear and conscise on the pakatan quake while the CAT and senior are in panic mode still dreaming of September 16 DAP leaders only like to work with liberal-minded Malays who share the DAP way of thinking. The joke is that DAP only likes Malays… Read more »

iSupercally

Oop apologies but still all the same whosoever move out. Frankly. I would want DAP out.I

gerak khas

Joceline should tell us how MCA would react to the potential Umno-PAS alliance so that people would buy The Star to read about it.

Yang

There is no Pas UMNO alliance. Only your superficial mind have been propagandize by the rocket that have shot right into your brain

iSupercally

Mahathir proclaimation is only a cakap cakap just like some of their recalcitrants. It has never been in the agenda of BN or UMNO unlike PAS which the reason why BN UMNO has never pursue in Parliament.

gerak khas

A now progressive and moderate Islamic party is good for Malaysia and Pakatan. Those young, urban and educated Malays could use this opportunity to dictate the kind of Islam for the country as the existing one is gearing towards Talibanisation eg. extreme interpretation on sportwomen attire and dress code for public office. So far the modern history has shown the failure of conservative Islam in the administration of nations, and Malaysia with its diverse culture and races should promote modern and progressive Islam for the middle east nations to emulate. G25 of Muslims in Malaysia should endorse PasMa.

owc

National laureate Datuk A. Samad Said’s decision to join DAP will change the Malaysian political scene as it will help bring down the walls that divide the country’s different races, said lawyer and activist Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan. She said his decision brought down the prejudices of Umno and BN which had stereotyped DAP as a “Chinese party”.

iSupercally

Daptoon sweet talk pretty young girls while they sway the mind of senile old man.
I wonder how many Malay members DAP really have. Probably not more than a thousand or even less than 500. Yah don`t talk of Zairil as one please. You people have been accusing Ridhuan Tee. They are one and the same but as least Ridhuan still has his Chinese surname. .

iSupercally

Remember Aziz, tag as one that will bring. out the change that will break all racial barrier. What happened finally. He has to quit in disgust

bigjoe99

There is still truth to the line that the people still want race-base parties. More importantly, in Malaysia, for Malays, religo-base party is VERY relevant. But just because people want race-base and religo-party, does not mean they want it to be THE DOMINANT basis of their parties. The fact is Malaysia has always been dominated by multi-culture and multi-religo party even though Malay-Muslim identity has gotten dominant. Our’s is a society of deep fault lines made worst by politicians for the last few decades. But it does not mean we want to be defined by our fault lines nor do… Read more »

Pak Tim

Yes, offer associate membership to non-Muslims with half voting rights.

iSupercally

I would wish for PAS either to stay in Pakatan and DAP leave. if there is no other way, its better that PAS leave Pakatan. Many thought that with Pasma, Pakatan would have a better chance of going to Putra while many thought that that PAS victory last election rely mainly on Chinese and Non Malay votes. I think they are wrong. Both DAP & PAS rely on each other voters` bank while PKR rely on PAS & DAP. If PAS leave there would be a 3 corner fight in most areas. We must always remembers that PAS has its… Read more »

Phua Kai Lit

The new political party should combine Social Democracy with Islam.

The new political party should set up a non-Muslim supporters club.

The new political party should learn from the hubris of Morsi in Egypt
(who tried to implement a radical Islamist agenda and thus lost the support of the
middle class and secular Egyptians) and
the hubris of Erdogan in Turkey (loss of 2/3 majority in the
recent Turkish general elections). Be Islamist but be moderate.

Yang

The demographic here is different from Turkey. Turkey is made up of 98% Muslim while here its about 60%. Pas is radical islam, what is Pasma that are made up of Pas people who also share the same ideals, Islam and an islamic state and an islamic state will definitely include hudud. 6 years ago prior to 308 we were misled by DAP CAT that PAs is the moderate and progressive party but now we know its a lie. A deception by DAP lying to us and a deception by Pas pretending to be moderate. Like the Cantonese saying. Pang… Read more »

iSupercally

Mahathir proclamation is only a cakap without calling for a bill to be passed as law unlike PAS that go full force. BN 60 years you may have one or 2 recalciltrant making such remarks but they were ignored by BN & UMNO. If UMNO really wanted to have the bill passed, do you think the other parties can stop it. But its dangerous if Pakatan DAP, PKR and PAS come to power. PAS will be calling the shot as they would be having the most seats (simple calculation, if UMNO loses, most of it will go to PAS). Couple… Read more »

gerak khas

Yes, Turkey is different.
I was there on holiday during Ramadan month and a large percentage of the Muslims there did not fast, and they could drink liquor with alcohol content higher than a typical beer here.

owc

To promote moderate Islam.