Allegations made by Dewan Ulama unforgivable, says Pasma


(The Rakyat Post) – Persatuan Ummah Sejahtera Malaysia (Pasma) today challenged PAS acting Dewan Ulama chief Datuk Ahmad Yaakob (pic) and the council members to discuss their allegations against it.

They said the allegations made by Ahmad Yaakob and Kelantan Deputy Menteri Besar Datuk Mohd Amar Nik Abdullah at the Multaqa Ulama Semalaysia yesterday were serious.

Pasma denied these allegations and labelled the slander as “unforgivable”.

“Pasma will organise a discussion between the two sides. The date, time and venue will be announced as soon as possible.

“Pasma will be represented by its deputy president, Muhamad Husin, who has an Usuluddin qualification from Universiti Malaya, Terengganu Pasma chairman Aziz Abbas and Pahang deputy chairman Ibrahim Ahmad,” Pasma said through a Facebook posting.

Yesterday, the PAS Dewan Ulama had urged the Syura Council and executive committee of the party, through the disciplinary committee, to take disciplinary action against any PAS leaders and members involved in Pasma.

Ahmad Yaakob said this was to ensure certain elements no longer took advantage of the struggle of Islam.

He said it was an attempt to undermine, destroy and divide PAS from within.

He also claimed Pasma had made statements which explicitly attacked and violated PAS policies, including efforts to discredit PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang.