He said that if it was possible for the DAP to get its Indian members of parliament elected in predominantly Chinese majority areas, then there is possibility for PAS to get its non-Muslim wing candidates to be elected in Chinese majority areas.
I am not sure whether the question posed by Hadi was mere a rhetorical one, in other words, he knew the answers. However, if Hadi does not understand why Indian DAP candidates get voted by the Chinese voters, then maybe I need to educate Hadi, if he permits me.
While the party speaks on behalf of all classes of Malaysian, special emphasis are paid to the idea of democratic socialism.
Yes, PAS has a non-Muslim wing, so what.
The party allowed the formation of the non-Muslim wing for opportunistic or propaganda reasons.
To show to the public that PAS is not blind to the large presence of non-Muslims in the country.
How can the party expect its non-Muslim candidates if at all they are nominated in the first place expect to be supported by the Chinese or Indians.
I am not sure whether Muslim PAS supporters will support their non-Muslim candidates in the first place.
How does Hadi expect the non-Muslims, Chinese and Indians have sympathy for their non-Muslim wing when PAS has nothing but contempt and hatred for the non-Muslims.
Except for a brief period of political cooperation between PAS and DAP in Pakatan Rakyat, there is no love lost between the both. In fact, PAS’ political survival is predicated on the need to demonise the DAP as the party that is the source of all evils.
The latest attack by Hadi that non-Muslims are the source of corruption represents another instance of PAS continuing attack against the non-Muslims in the country.
Really, is it a surprise to Hadi that non-Muslims despise PAS for what the party leaders have done to the non-Muslims. But yet he had the question as to why the Chinese cannot elect members of the PAS’ non-Muslim wing to the parliament.
If Hadi is that ignorant maybe he should spend some time to find out what is the relationship between Indians and the DAP. Why the DAP attracts more Indian support than even the MIC ostensibly the mother party of Indians.
How can PAS expect its non-Muslim wing members to be respected by the Chinese and Indians when they hardly have any respect in the party itself.
As they say, charity begins at home.
PAS should respect the non-Muslim wing first by acknowledging that they are full-fledged members with voting and decision-making rights as the Muslims.
Only after placing the non-Muslims on the same footing as the Muslims, Hadi can think seriously about the getting the support of those who are sympathetic to the DAP or even PKR.
As it is, PAS represents a political organisation that is an anathema to the interests and well-being of the non-Muslims.