Hudud - Horses’ Mouths – 23 April 2015

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For Muslims, hudud is a must.

Tuan Guru Abdul Hadi Awang, PAS President


For most of them, supporting hudud was a matter of fulfilling religious obligations.

Ahmed Kamal, Politweet researcher, claiming a arge number of Twitter users in Selangor and Kelantan are strongly in support of the implementation of the Shariah criminal law



Malaysia’s GST

The 6% rate in one of the lowest in the world only three other countries have a 5% rate.

Ahmad Maslan, Deputy Finance Minister, defending again the implementation of Goods and Services Tax which receive strong objection from the people



Rising cost of living

We need to explain. We can’t make as if there are no issue.

Muhyiddin Yassin, Deputy Prime Minister, reminding the government not to ignore issues related to the cost of living



Examination of IGP’s brother

I have given information to the police and given all my statements. I think three hours of questioning is very long for me and I am too tired. I just hope everything is going to be okay.

Abdullah Abu Bakar, Inspector General of Police’s brother, on being questioned by police over the Taman Medan church protest



PAS and Pakatan Rakyat

We are in Pakatan and I respect the PAS supporters in Permatang Pauh.

Tuan Guru Abdul Hadi Awang, PAS president


On the ties and co-operation within Pakatan Rakyat, we once again stress that we are still part of PR and this has been stated by Tuan Guru President (Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang) repeatedly. Rivals have tried to break up PR since the first day of our existence. The party’s stand must be carried by members until a new decision is made. For now, we stress that PAS is a part of PR.

Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man, PAS vice president



Najib to suffer same fate as Pak Lah?

I see similarities with the Pak Lah (Abdullah) situation where the Umno leadership at the time agreed to give Pak Lah 18 months, but later on he had to step down before 18 months.

Nur Jazlan Mohamad, Pulai MP, warning that Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak could suffer a similar fate as his predecessor Abdullah Ahmad Badawi

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