Responding to 'Taliban' jibe, PAS says it stands together with non-Muslims

Alyaa Alhadjri

Modified 10 Mar 2019, 6:07 am

PAS vice-president Iskandar Samad has denied claims that his party's cooperation with Umno will give rise to an extremist government in Malaysia.

Speaking at a national unity seminar organised by the non-Muslim PAS Supporters Congress (DHPP), Iskandar said such statements likely stemmed from fear of the formal cooperation between the two parties...

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