PAS champions Islam. If I were to break the Bai'ah, I will be cursed by Allah. As Allah is my witness, the same applies to the others.
Abdul Hadi Awang, PAS president, calling that its elected representatives must quit their seats if they joined other parties, including the soon-to-be formed Parti Amanah Rakyat (Amanah)
Those who have run away with our seats, those seats still belong to PAS. PAS will contest. If they want to contest it will be a three-cornered fight.
Mustafa Ali, PAS election director
Felixia Yeap’s picture
Dear whatever party it is, please do not use my picture or my name for any political usage. I am not interested in being involved in anything political. please remove this at once. your desperation makes you look pathetic.
Felixia Yeap @ Raisyyah Rania, expressing her disgust that her photo was used without her consent in a poster bearing flegdling party Parti Amanah Negara (Amanah)'s logo
First of all, we did not know about the poster. We deem it to be a form of sabotage to smear Amanah's name. Amanah Youth's focus on all levels currently is on a charity concert for musician Yazid Search. This poster of unknown origins suddenly pop up.
Shazni Munir Mohd Ithin, Amanah Youth vice chief, expressing his regret over the posting, but denied that the party had anything to do with the poster
We openly apologise to Felixia regarding this issue and promise to be more diligent and careful in the future when we prepare posters and other materials.
Adeysham Nor, Malacca Amanah communications director, apologizing to Yeap despite Shazni’s denial
Indeed, in the aftermath of the Malaysia day red shirts rally, one politician from the governing party attempted to argue that there is an acceptable ‘Islamic’ form of racism. The adoption of such rhetoric, coupled with the vilification of liberalism highlights how malleable our political landscape is; how bereft it is of ideological conviction.
Tunku Zain al-Abidin Tuanku Muhriz, Negeri Sembilan prince, saying that claims such that there is an acceptable form of racism in Islam is a symptom of how shallow Malaysia’s ideological discourse is
We must change our attitudes and change the way we do things, we must get our acts in order or else there will be a bigger Tsunami, that is the truth.
Mah Siew Keong, Gerakan Presiden, warning BN of a "bigger Tsunami" which can wipe out BN in the coming national polls if BN sticks to its present attitude