PAS - Amanah - Horses’ Mouths – 18 January 2016

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Targetted places

The threats are there and we are very well aware of this, so we are on standby for any possible event. Among the places that they are targeting includes KL city, Bukit Bintang, Publika, Solaris, Hartamas, Bangsar and The Curve. We will also consider engaging the help of Defence Ministry to secure popular tourist and leisure hotspots if the need arises.

Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor, Federal Territories Minister, on stepping up security measures to ensure the safety of the public in shopping malls, popular tourist spots and places of large gathering in Kuala Lumpur


The suspect admitted that he was planning to launch a suicide attack after receiving instructions from an IS member in Syria.

Khalid Abu Bakar, Inspector General of Police, on the arrest of Islamic State (IS) operative at Setiawangsa LRT




In that same context, just because DAP fields a few Malay candidates in the next general election, that too, does not take away the fact that DAP is a Chinese party. DAP claims it is a multi-racial party but then it is a Chinese-based multi-racial party. Whether it can legitimately claim to be a true Malaysian party is a matter that is still open for discussion, because of the lack of a strong presence of Malays in the party.

Salleh Said Keruak, Communications and Multimedia Minister, insisted that DAP is a Chinese-based party



Sarawak state election

It’s going to be a very uphill battle because you now have a very popular chief minister. He has, in almost two years since he has taken over as chief minister, made himself a very popular CM, and he’s been able to fire the imagination of Sarawakians.

Lim Kit Siang, DAP advisor, on the upcoming Sarawak state election



PAS’s political path

We will cooperate with new parties and NGOs to form a new political cooperation without neglecting the needs of the rakyat, especially in facing the upcoming election.

Mohd Khairuddin Aman Razali, PAS ulama wing information chief



Taiwan election

The election is over. All the frictions and disputes from the election process should also stop. I will go forward with 23 million people and together defeat this country's plight. We will not be divided because of the election, but will be united because of democracy.

Tsai Ing-wen, Taiwan new president




We are not giving even a single seat to Amanah, even if it means that it will result in multi-cornered fights.

Mahfodz Mohamed, PAS Dewan Ulama chief

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