The late PAS spiritual leader Nik Aziz Nik Mat and Nik Omar: Like father like son…

4 May 2018

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4 May 2018



Almost as if Tuan Guru himself was here’

Nik Aziz’s son Nik Omar attends a Pakatan ceramah and brings back memories of the late PAS spiritual leader.


SHAH ALAM: A visit by a son of the late Tok Guru Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat not only brought memories flooding back, one resident said he almost felt that the late PAS spiritual leader himself had visited them here yesterday.

Mohammad Anayth, 74, says he felt as if the late Nik Aziz had visited them through his son Nik Omar.

“I definitely felt as though Nik Aziz was here,” Mohammad Anayth, 74, told FMT at a Pakatan Harapan ceramah at Section 8 here yesterday.

He said memories of Nik Aziz flooded his mind when he laid his eyes on Nik Omar Nik Aziz, who is the PH candidate for the Cempaka state constituency in Kelantan.

Cempaka is a PAS stronghold and was won by his late father with a majority of 6,500 votes in 2013. Nik Aziz, who was Kelantan menteri besar, passed away at the age of 84 in 2015.

Another Shah Alam resident, aged 70, who declined to be named, said he, too, was moved not just by the physical resemblance between Nik Omar and his father, but “even in the way he speaks, he is so much like his father”.

Khalid Samad, the PH candidate for Shah Alam, said Nik Omar had been well received by those who pined for his father.

“I think that his presence has healed the hearts of those who have been missing Tok Guru Nik Aziz,” he said.

He claimed that the people felt Nik Omar did more justice to Nik Aziz’s legacy than his other son Nik Abduh who is the PAS candidate for the Bachok parliamentary seat in Kelantan.

“They feel Nik Omar is much more of a similar mould,” Khalid said.

Ustaz Nik Omar spoke nothing of his brother, nothing of PAS, nothing of destruction. Just the rights of everyone and I see non Muslims commenting “This is Islam. This is peace. It’s like I’m hearing TGNA again”.

1 May 2018


The “wisdom” of Nik Abduh:

“Mothers are the towers in our lives. Don’t talk about the father if the mother is not by his side.

“Who are we without mothers? Just wasted semen tossed aside,” he had said.


Attack on Nik Omar excessive, says PAS No 2

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GE14 | PAS has distanced itself from the statement made by Nik Abduh Nik Abdul Aziz, who is the son of the late PAS spiritual leader Nik Aziz Nik Mat, against his brother Nik Omar yesterday.

In a statement today, the Islamist party’s deputy president Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man said any statement is deemed official only when it comes from the party’s top leadership.

“PAS wishes to stress that only the party’s top leadership’s statements can be deemed official, while the party would not be held responsible for (statements from) others,” he said.

Tuan Ibrahim’s statement comes less than 24 hours after Nik Abduh, who is PAS’ candidate for the Bachok parliamentary seat, took to social media to voice out against his brother, who is standing in their father’s Chempaka state seat in the 14th general election, under an Amanah ticket.

Nik Abduh had said that their mother Tuan Sabariah Tuan Ishak will campaign for PAS in the Chempaka state seat and the Pengkalan Chepa parliamentary seat, and that she had suffered a “second shot to the heart” after Nik Omar’s candidacy was confirmed during nomination day last Saturday.

“Mothers are the towers in our lives. Don’t talk about the father if the mother is not by his side.

“Who are we without mothers? Just wasted semen tossed aside,” he had said.

Excessive attacks unwarranted

Tuan Ibrahim further said in the statement that Nik Abduh’s statement only represents his family’s stance.

“His (Nik Omar’s) act of contesting under Pakatan Harapan’s ticket is his choice, and business alone, which does not need to be exaggerated.

“PAS thinks any excessive attack towards him is unwarranted,” said Tuan Ibrahim, adding that in Malaysia’s democratic system, individuals are free to choose any political party they like.

Son of Nik Aziz: The Monsoon Flood is a call to turn to HUDUD!

— Pasir Mas MP Nik Mohamad Abduh: The flood is a reminder to all Muslims to return to Allah’s ways and stay away from His wrath. Turn to hudud!

Apr 28

PAS sacks Nik Omar, says Harapan candidacy an ‘insult’

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UPDATED 5.07PM | GE14 | PAS has sacked late spiritual leader Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat’s second son, following the latter’s nomination as a Pakatan Harapan candidate.

PAS secretary-general Takiyuddin Hassan at a press conference said Nik Omar Nik Aziz (above) has now been sacked with immediate effect, for contesting in the Chempaka state seat under Amanah’s ticket.

“Nik Omar’s act has insulted the political stand of his family members,” claimed Takiyuddin.

Nik Omar is touted to be the potential menteri besar candidate for Kelantan if Harapan wins the state in the May 9 polls.

Speculation had been rife that Amanah had recruited Nik Omar after its menteri besar-designate Husam Musa’s datukship had been stripped by Sultan Muhammad V.

Husam’s candidacy for the Kota Baru parliamentary seat and Salor state seat was confirmed today after he had submitted his nomination papers.

Chempaka is a seat previously held by Nik Omar’s late father and former Kelantan menteri besar Nik Aziz.

Earlier today, Nik Omar turned up at Pengkalan Chepa to submit his nomination form for the Kelantan state seat.

Takiyuddin said: “His action in joining the opposition led by DAP cannot be accepted and (would be) perceived as bringing shame to his family.

“Nik Omar’s move does not impact our influence at all, as he is just a nobody and (was an) ordinary PAS member,” he said.

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1 Response to The late PAS spiritual leader Nik Aziz Nik Mat and Nik Omar: Like father like son…

  1. Doris Looi says:

    GB same mo

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