Leaders bring Vellfire, members bring Milo cans - Nur Jazlan slammed PAS

Leaders bring Vellfire, members bring Milo cans - Nur Jazlan slammed PAS  Johor Umno deputy chairman Nur Jazlan Mohamed said his party's relationship with PAS had ended following PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang's decision to join the National Alliance (PN).  Nur Jazlan said he found it difficult to understand PAS's ever-changing attitude and this caused confusion among the party's grassroots itself.  "Even the members below are actually fed up with the behavior of Hadi and his cronies. “Even the PAS people below actually still want to be with Umno, they just look at the actions of the top leaders for a while, yes for a while, finally they feel disappointed as well.  “I heard PAS members under the leader say he brought Vellfire, here and there, but those below still use Milo cans to look for donations. They do not see any advantage of PAS in the National Alliance (PN) government, ”he said in an interview.  Nur Jazlan also slammed groups in the party who did not stick to their stand but admitted to being religious leaders.  “I am amazed that people of this religion are talking nonsense. "For a moment, the word broke up, then the word broke up again. I still want to be with PN, I don't want to be with Umno, I also don't understand, ”said the former Umno supreme council member and former Pulai Member of Parliament for the three terms.  On January 28, Hadi described Umno as a 'broken duck' , which sparked a war of words between the two parties and strained their relationship.  However, PAS General Mursyidul Hashim Jasin on Feb 23 urged leaders from both parties to hold a political stalemate during the ongoing state elections, stressing that they should consider the long-term interests of Muslims.  Perak Menteri Besar Saarani Mohamad then made a statement that the Umno Supreme Council could decide if the issue of "divorce" with PAS was to be brought to the Umno general assembly in mid -March.  However, Nur Jazlan did not see the need to do so, stating that PAS had already dropped the talaq on Umno. “Didn't PAS divorce us first? When Tan Sri Hadi announced that they wanted to be with Bersatu. So the National Consensus no longer exists.  “When we (Muslims) get married, m e sti in front of the kadi, there must be a wali. “When we divorce, we only need to say talaq one, talaq two, talaq three. The problem with Hadi is I don't know if he divorced one, two or three? The important thing is that I think Umno has rejected PAS, ”he said.  In Islamic marriages, the pronunciation of talaq three indicates that there is no more room for reconciliation.  'GE15 before Umno election' After the failure, Nur Jazlan said Umno members finally refused to cooperate with PAS. Meanwhile, Jazlan said he believed the 15th general election should take precedence over the Umno election, by putting the interests of the people above the party.  "Party elections are important, but not as important as the future of the country. "The fate and future of the people is more important than the fate and future of the party leadership," he said. According to the opposition, Umno president Ahmad Zahid Hamidi and his allies, who are facing corruption cases, are urging early general elections so that they can strengthen their position before the party election.  Nur Jazlan said there was no guarantee that the next Umno election would bring changes to the party's leadership. "If we hold the GE earlier, than we wait 15 months until the deadline to hold the GE, and the situation continues to fluctuate, it is better that we hand over the mandate to the people so that the government can be formed for five years," he said.  On Monday, Umno deputy president Mohamad Hasan once again called on Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob, who is also the party's vice-president, to consider holding the 15th general election as soon as possible.  The life of the House of Representatives is until around the middle of 2023.

Johor Umno deputy chairman Nur Jazlan Mohamed said his party's relationship with PAS had ended following PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang's decision to join the National Alliance (PN).

Nur Jazlan said he found it difficult to understand PAS's ever-changing attitude and this caused confusion among the party's grassroots itself.

"Even the members below are actually fed up with the behavior of Hadi and his cronies.
“Even the PAS people below actually still want to be with Umno, they just look at the actions of the top leaders for a while, yes for a while, finally they feel disappointed as well.

“I heard PAS members under the leader say he brought Vellfire, here and there, but those below still use Milo cans to look for donations. They do not see any advantage of PAS in the National Alliance (PN) government, ”he said in an interview.

Nur Jazlan also slammed groups in the party who did not stick to their stand but admitted to being religious leaders.

“I am amazed that people of this religion are talking nonsense.
"For a moment, the word broke up, then the word broke up again. I still want to be with PN, I don't want to be with Umno, I also don't understand, ”said the former Umno supreme council member and former Pulai Member of Parliament for the three terms.

On January 28, Hadi described Umno as a 'broken duck' , which sparked a war of words between the two parties and strained their relationship.

However, PAS General Mursyidul Hashim Jasin on Feb 23 urged leaders from both parties to hold a political stalemate during the ongoing state elections, stressing that they should consider the long-term interests of Muslims.

Perak Menteri Besar Saarani Mohamad then made a statement that the Umno Supreme Council could decide if the issue of "divorce" with PAS was to be brought to the Umno general assembly in mid -March.

However, Nur Jazlan did not see the need to do so, stating that PAS had already dropped the talaq on Umno.
“Didn't PAS divorce us first? When Tan Sri Hadi announced that they wanted to be with Bersatu. So the National Consensus no longer exists.

“When we (Muslims) get married, m e sti in front of the kadi, there must be a wali.
“When we divorce, we only need to say talaq one, talaq two, talaq three. The problem with Hadi is I don't know if he divorced one, two or three? The important thing is that I think Umno has rejected PAS, ”he said.

In Islamic marriages, the pronunciation of talaq three indicates that there is no more room for reconciliation.

'GE15 before Umno election'
After the failure, Nur Jazlan said Umno members finally refused to cooperate with PAS.
Meanwhile, Jazlan said he believed the 15th general election should take precedence over the Umno election, by putting the interests of the people above the party.

"Party elections are important, but not as important as the future of the country.
"The fate and future of the people is more important than the fate and future of the party leadership," he said.
According to the opposition, Umno president Ahmad Zahid Hamidi and his allies, who are facing corruption cases, are urging early general elections so that they can strengthen their position before the party election.

Nur Jazlan said there was no guarantee that the next Umno election would bring changes to the party's leadership.
"If we hold the GE earlier, than we wait 15 months until the deadline to hold the GE, and the situation continues to fluctuate, it is better that we hand over the mandate to the people so that the government can be formed for five years," he said.

On Monday, Umno deputy president Mohamad Hasan once again called on Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob, who is also the party's vice-president, to consider holding the 15th general election as soon as possible.

The life of the House of Representatives is until around the middle of 2023.

UN envoys from Burma and Afghanistan will oppose Russia's invasion  The AFP news agency quoted diplomats as saying that Burma and Afghanistan would also be involved in the UN General Assembly vote on a resolution condemning Russia's aggression against Ukraine.  Afghanistan is ruled by the Taliban and the military is ruled by a military coup in Burma. But at the UN, only former ambassadors remain. These ambassadors are expected to oppose Russia's war of aggression.  General Zaw Min Tun, a spokesman for the Burmese military council, told RFA that Russia's invasion of Ukraine was aimed at consolidating Russia's sovereignty.  Whether Burma will vote against Russia or not. RFA called the UN ambassador to Burma, Kyaw Moe Tun, by telephone, but he did not respond.  The UN General Assembly resolution is a non-compliance resolution.  The Security Council does not appear to have approved it. But if it strongly opposes Russia's aggression, it will remain Russia in the middle of the world, AFP reports.

UN envoys from Burma and Afghanistan will oppose Russia's invasion


The AFP news agency quoted diplomats as saying that Burma and Afghanistan would also be involved in the UN General Assembly vote on a resolution condemning Russia's aggression against Ukraine.

Afghanistan is ruled by the Taliban and the military is ruled by a military coup in Burma. But at the UN, only former ambassadors remain. These ambassadors are expected to oppose Russia's war of aggression.

General Zaw Min Tun, a spokesman for the Burmese military council, told RFA that Russia's invasion of Ukraine was aimed at consolidating Russia's sovereignty.

Whether Burma will vote against Russia or not. RFA called the UN ambassador to Burma, Kyaw Moe Tun, by telephone, but he did not respond.

The UN General Assembly resolution is a non-compliance resolution.

The Security Council does not appear to have approved it. But if it strongly opposes Russia's aggression, it will remain Russia in the middle of the world, AFP reports.
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