Abdul Hadi Awang’s letter in Arabic to Muslim leaders worldwide…

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SURAT BOHONG, FITNAH HADI AWANG KEPADA PEMIMPIN2 GERAKAN ISLAM

Shahbudin Husin4 April 2020

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SURAT BOHONG, FITNAH HADI AWANG KEPADA PEMIMPIN2 GERAKAN ISLAM

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Published 4:23 pmModified 5:43 pm78A+A

Amanah today responded to a letter purportedly sent recently by PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang to world Muslim leaders, saying that it was an attempt by Hadi to mislead the latter on Malaysian politics.

Party communications director Khalid Samad in a statement lambasted Hadi (above) for trying to make Pakatan Harapan component parties look as being anti-Islam.

“Amanah regrets the content of the letter, which was full of allegations and accusations that are baseless, fake, misleading and defamatory in nature.

“It is clear that Hadi through the letter tried to give a false impression on the political situation in Malaysia. We were informed that Hadi had written the confusing explanation after several global Muslim leaders started questioning the logic behind PAS’ actions and political stand of late,” said Khalid (photo).

Last week, a letter in Arabic purportedly signed by Hadi and its translation had gone viral on social media. The PAS chief had purportedly attacked Pakatan Harapan and defended the Perikatan Nasional coalition in the document. 

However, attempts to get confirmation on its authenticity had been futile as PAS leaders, including an aide to Hadi, had not responded to requests for comment.

Hadi had allegedly written the letter in his capacity as special envoy to the Middle East.

He purportedly said that Harapan’s victory in 2018 had sided with the non-Muslim majority and that Dr Mahathir Mohamad had been used to topple former premier Najib Abdul Razak, and there were opportunities for foreign powers who were anti-Islam to meddle in the country as was what had supposedly happened in other Arab countries.

The letter also took a swipe at Amanah which it said were “secular liberals” who relied on support from Western embassies for strategies, media, and finances.

“All these accusations were made to support Hadi’s argument and to convince recipients of the letter that Harapan is purportedly an enemy of Islam and a threat to the religion.

“Based on these lame arguments, Hadi tried to justify PAS’ action in leading the move to form a backdoor government,” Khalid said.

https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/518914

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Malaysiakini

PAS leaders mum on ‘Hadi letter’ attacking Harapan, defending PN

Published 4 Apr 2020, 9:54 pmModified 4 Apr 2020, 9:54 pm

PAS leaders have kept mum on the authenticity of a letter purportedly written by PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang in Arabic to Muslim leaders worldwide.

A translation of the letter, which attacks Pakatan Harapan and defends Perikatan Nasional, had gone viral on social media since yesterday.

However, Malaysiakini‘s attempts to get confirmation from top party leaders, including Hadi’s aides, have been unsuccessful with no replies given.

In the letter, Hadi in his capacity as special envoy to the Middle East, purportedly said that after the 2018 general election, PAS leaders had met with then prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad to discuss the position of Muslims in the country.

“Hence, PAS took the political step to cooperate peacefully. PAS had chosen a relationship with Mahathir because of his nationalism and spirit in defending Islam.

“PAS had rejected working with Anwar Ibrahim’s faction because we were not confident of his personal character and his faith as well as his dangerous political pragmatism,” read the letter.

The letter said Harapan’s victory in 2018 had sided with the non-Muslim majority and that Mahathir had been used to topple former premier Najib Abdul Razak.

“They (Harapan) had used him as a stepping stone to achieve power through treachery without taking into consideration the composition of the Muslim majority which had exceeded 69 percent compared to the minority races […] this encouraged internal strife,” Hadi allegedly said.

He added there were also opportunities for foreign powers who were anti-Islam to meddle in the country as was what had supposedly happened in other Arab countries.

The letter also took a swipe at Amanah which it said were “secular liberals” who relied on support from Western embassies for strategies, media, and finances.

DAP, meanwhile, was categorised as a Chinese-majority party.

The letter also defended the formation of the Perikatan Nasional government saying the Yang Di-Pertuan Agong had acted in accordance with democratic and constitutional practices when appointing Muhyiddin Yassin as prime minister.

“Thus was foiled the opposing movement even though they had outside help from Western ambassadors and Freemason and Zionist advisors,” Hadi alleged.

He also reportedly defended the PN government as being clean as those who were currently on trial for criminal charges were not part of it.

https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/518826

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