After Anwar slams Hadi for harping on race, PAS president insists only Malay-Muslims should lead Malaysia
Tan Sri Abdul Hadi Awang said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim was wrong to say the stability of a government relies more on its policies rather than its ethnic composition.
“The statements and judgments are completely false and misguided, and contradict the leadership by the example of the Prophet Muhammad,” he wrote.
“This is due to the fact that the concept brought by Pakatan Harapan is without faith, without ideology, without morals, and without knowledge, and easily influenced by the western theory of colonial heritage.”
Continuing his attack on DAP, he claimed the Anwar administration “promotes secularism” and the idea of a “Malaysian Malaysia” which allegedly disregards the importance of Malay leadership, regardless of their faith, moral values, and integrity.
Despite Hadi’s claim, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and his administration has never promoted secularism or the “Malaysian Malaysia” concept.
Hadi added that in order for Anwar to make up the number of MPs to form a government, the latter mixed people of different faiths.