If PAS now considers DAP to be an enemy of Islam, why is the parti Islam still willing to be in cahoots with the evangelical party in the Selangor state government?
Isn’t PAS the least bit bothered that a munafiq like Hannah Yeoh (left) is holding such a high position in a government that’s propped up by a so-called Islamic party?
How does an Islamic party like PAS square its participation in a state government dominated by an enemy-of-Islam party whose Cina DAP clearly despise PAS leaders and their Islamic tenets?
Selangor’s Pakatan government must acquire a fresh mandate from us voters because it is a thieving one that is currently occupying stolen property.
Thwo YBs representing PAN are dishonorably occupying seats they had won on the PAS ticket. Let’s have a snap poll to see if PAN will be able to hold on to the seats they kebas from PAS.
Khalid Ibrahim for MB, kerajaan perpaduan
We Selangorians want the chance to elect a unity government of the ummah, for the ummah. PAS is capable of delivering the goods. It has the support of 7,000 voters in Sungai Besar, as one example.
In comparison, MCA has no state (or Parliament) seats in Selangor and far less support than PAS.
Selangor’s urban Chinese are hardcore DAP and their spiritual capital of Jerusubang is centred in Petaling district.
Ummah mesti rampas balik S’gor demi hindar kemunafikan
PAS (13) and Umno (12) together have 25 seats vs PKR (13) and DAP (14) who have 27 seats combined.
Two Aduns are independent, i.e. former MB Khalid Ibrahim and Teluk Datuk’s YB Loh Chee Hong who is ex-DAP.
Morib’s YB Hasnul Baharuddin and Hulu Kelang’s YB Saari Sungib are ex-PAS.
I believe that Umno with PAS will be able garner enough seats to form a new Selangor government in the event of a snap election. If only Umno had had the balls to put up Jamal Sekinchan in the recent by-election, even he would have won handily.