Under Pakatan govt, PAS top brass sing a different tune

Zulkifli Sulong

SEVERAL top PAS leaders are showing a marked difference in their treatment of Pakatan Harapan, even conceding the coalition is on the right track to reform Malaysia and fulfil its election promises.

This contrasts with the the Islamist party’s attitude before the May 9 polls, when party president Abdul Hadi Awang dismissed PH as no-hopers and struck up an unofficial partnership with Umno.

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  • So you see...PASturds can be practical when push comes to shove....
    AS long as its done for the good of OUR MALAYSIA.....
    Let us also be practical....

    Posted 3 years ago by Ramamurthi ram

  • So what happened to the DAP Anti-Islam controlling Pakatan?? So is DAP still evil and against Islam or Hadi's PAS is just wrong or they knew all along and lied?

    Posted 3 years ago by Bigjoe Lam

  • No responsible islamic party...........I THINK PAS DOES NOT KNOW DAP IN PAKATAN HARAPAN....HA HA HA

    Posted 3 years ago by Mohanarajan murugeson

  • PAS got no moral principles. All they wanted was power to implement Islamic laws according to their version. They bashed DAP n Tun before election. They sided with MCA n use the same script like Umno to demonise the people on DAP. Isn't that evil? They are using religion for their own purpose instead of what it was originally for. If they behave like this now, what more if they got power? They can never be trusted

    Posted 3 years ago by Peace Maker

  • There are some turds in the higher hierarchy of PAS that sees $$$ and power as their instant gratification and godly reward on earth. The change of tune is reflective of this mentality. Having said that, there are many pious and well meaning people within the party who is trying to do the right thing and attempts to correct the misleading chieftains from within. It's the grass roots that deserve more support for trying to steer their leaders from the traps of devil in many disguises.

    Posted 3 years ago by Shovel Nose

  • If PH ever gets in bed with PAS again, I am voting for BN.

    Posted 3 years ago by Ramli Taro

  • There's is no surprise at all for Pas u-turn about PH. This is not the first time, neither going to be the last, Pas u-turn on local politics. Dap was treated as a deadly enemy when they break off from the previous coalition. Suddenly after PH coming to power a quick u-turn makes Dap more acceptable. Pas has come to terms with real politik. This clearly shows that religion is just a camouflage for Pas to attract votes. In reality Pas is just like a political party like any other. The people should not be misled by it's religious rhetoric.

    Posted 3 years ago by Saham san