'Green wave' term meant to invoke Islamophobia – Hadi Awang

FARAH SHAZWANI ALI
FARAH SHAZWANI ALI
28 Jun 2023 05:52pm
Pas president Tan Sri Abdul Hadi Awang. FILE PIX
Pas president Tan Sri Abdul Hadi Awang. FILE PIX
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SHAH ALAM - The usage of the term 'green wave' towards Pas' success in the 15th General Election (GE15) primarily by DAP is seen as having an anti-Islamic intention.

Pas president Tan Sri Abdul Hadi Awang said Islam became the basis and goal of the party’s struggle as stated in the Pas Constitution that the highest law is the Quran, Sunnah, Ijmak and Qiyas.

However, he said the party’s success was considered negative due to its Islamic influence.

“Pas can achieve the most seats among all political parties in addition to successfully capturing and governing several state governments even in limited areas of jurisdiction of the flawed concept of federalism.

“However, a little concept of Islamic administration has shown Pas to be a party with the most integrity. Is that why they think it’s dangerous?” he said in a statement on Wednesday.

Hadi added the parties deliberately turned a blind eye to the increased misconduct, corruption, leakage, cheating and so on within themselves, so much so that they would cooperate to establish a government that they called ‘unity’.

He said their common grounds were them declaring war by themselves through fiery speeches.

“In fact, the unity government term that was created is different from the actual term of political knowledge in all languages.

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“Now they are blaming one another. All the corruption and misconduct amongst themselves were exposed,” he said.

The Marang MP explained if upholding Islam is a terrible crime without looking at it truthfully and sincerely seeking the truth by studying Islam according to the knowledge culture, the history of its golden age should be read when Islamic law was perfectly practiced that highlighted its justice for all individuals.

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