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In the wake of the atrocities in Sri Lanka and New Zealand, let us remind ourselves that Malaysia is not free from the threats and menace of terrorism, either.
Presiden PAS itu berkata, 8 syarat yang dipersetujui kedua-dua pihak termasuk parti Islam itu tidak terikat dengan disiplin Perikatan, nama bagi BN sebelum ia diasaskan pada 1973.
Pakatan Harapan must get its act together before the people start losing faith in it.
Umno Youth vice-chief says his views may differ from those of others, but are consistent with the party's stance from 60 years ago.
Umno leader criticised by DAP leaders in Dewan Rakyat for accusing the party of being influenced by communists.
Pengerusi DAP Sarawak, Chong Chieng Jen kesal MCA dan MIC tidak membantah tindakan Umno-PAS membawa propaganda perkauman dan agama dalam 2 pilihan raya kecil lalu.
The Kedah menteri besar says in the northern state, PAS is stronger than Umno.
The prime minister says PH too is concerned about Malay unity.
Dari sudut demokrasi, tiada yang pelik di dalam kerjasama PAS dan Umo ini dari konteks kebersamaan pembangkang.
The PAS president says Malays are currently divided, unlike non-Malays.
Such a strategy, known as the 'scorched earth policy', always sees the ordinary people suffering the most.
PAS secretary-general Takiyuddin Hassan says the party’s machinery will work with Umno’s when campaigning for the state seat.
While Umno and PAS have been emboldened by their race and religion formula following wins in two recent by-elections, PH leaders are sending out mixed signals.
Azizuddin Mohd Sani says Pakatan Harapan must come up with clearer policies for the Malays to gain their support.
The prime minister repeats his claim that PAS leaders told him the party would not be involved in the Semenyih by-election campaign.
The former Umno Youth chief says the parties are planning to hold a mega ceramah where BN and PAS leaders will share the stage.
Party secretary-general says PAS is still committed to opposition solidarity.
The former Umno president reminds members that the Malay party no longer has a big war chest to fund its activities.
Commentators are having a field day denigrating PAS and its leaders over the RM90 million episode, and they could be in for a bumpy ride ahead.
Mohamad Hasan and Abdul Hadi Awang say they support the government's latest initiative to fight graft.
It comes as the Malay party suffers a string of defections.
They agree with veteran newsman A Kadir Jasin that tomorrow's rally will be nothing more than a political show of strength for PAS and Umno.
However, Bar president George Varughese says they will not be sending lawyers to act as independent observers as they received no invitation from the organisers.
Tariq Ismail says both parties should stop looking at the past and things that do not exist.
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