Farish Noor speaks on the Pas general assembly

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Jason Choo

This is the reason why i believe PAS is going to talk on ‘unity government’ with UMNO. because PAS believe far leftist non-muslims in DAP and PKR (pakatan) will stop them in term of reviving PAS’ very basic struggle, Islam.

as long as DAP and PKR harsh on curbing PAS’ Islamic agenda, PAS will continue with their ‘unity talk’ as a threat. fail to understand this, Pakatan will no longer exist in the next 13th GE.

OrangRoajk

“alcohol is nothing but trouble.”
Non drinkers should not interfere or make wild accusations about alcohol. It is about my deeply held belief. As we drinkers respect non-drinkers’ incredible choice, they should do the same to us. Drinkers are just doing their part, trying to protect fun and friends.

Next time, mind your own business.

Oh, and it’s your round.

Nick Lee

What wild accusation? All I’m hearing are good stuff about PAS except lately some have other personal agenda. Do not interfere, do not talk, do not this- do not that, is typical of narrow mindedness that have nothing positive about others trying to co-exist in this nation. I feel sorry of such mentality who begins in life with negative and suspicious words like ‘to protect’ – protect from what? from whom? other than illusive threats from within these same people. Next time, go get a life. This world do not belong only to tok iskandar, it belongs to non muslim… Read more »

tok iskandar

Non Muslim should not intefere or make wild accusation about PAS.It is about our religion.As well as Muslims respect Non Muslim s’ religion,they should do the same to us.PAS just doing the part and responsibility,trying to protect Islam and their followers.

Next time,mind your own business.

tok iskandar

The reason why SIS should be banned Amina Wadud From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Amina Wadud was born September 25, 1952 in Bethesda, Maryland. Her father was a Methodist minister and her mother descended from Muslim slaves of Arab, Berber and African ancestry dating back to the 8th Century. She is considered by many as a controversial Islamic feminist and scholar. She received her her B.S, from The University of Pennsylvania, between 1970 and 1975. In 1972 she pronounced shahadah and accepted Islam by choice, not knowing of her maternal ancestry. She received her M.A. in Near Eastern Studies and… Read more »

true malaysians

close down all karaoke and places selling beer and liquor immediately. top chinese executives from all companies under the pretext of entertaining customer after work are wasting their time and increasing the companys expenses. on top of this nonsense hanky panky are aplenty. the govt should ban all this nonsense immediately and urged all executives and above to go back to their respective families after work. i am chinese and i support PAS 100% on banning of alcohol. alcohol is nothing but trouble. marriages are crumbling becoz of this nonsense i am very sure all the chinese housewives and whatever… Read more »

Katharina Sri (former: Noor Aza Othman)

PAS is not to be trusted – since it is an Islamist organization. Many do not understand the difference between ‘Muslim’ and ‘Islamist’. Islamists are supporters of Arabic-centric medievally dogmatic political Islamic ideology i.e. Islamism, and do not have to be Muslims, that seeks to construct or sustain racist, sexist and fascist dominant power over ordinary Muslim believers and non-Muslim communities alike. This is in order to achieve an absolute “(One i.e. homogenous) Islamic Empire/Ummah”, from east to west, in opposition to modernity and westernization, especially against universal human and women’s rights. Whereas Muslims are ordinary believers who regard Islam… Read more »