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PAS extremist begins their attack on ‘gay’.  Is this the true colors for PAS? All this while there are supporting Gay Party which is the Parti Keadilan Rakyat?  Suddenly, they channeled their anger towards Adam Lambert? Is it because they cannot tolerate anymore when all this while ,allegations and police reports were being made accusing Anwar Ibrahim, which is PAS allied for Pakatan Rakyat being ‘gay’.  In fact, the correct term is it bi-sexual?

Earlier today, many papers reported that Anwar did not use condoms when sodomising his assistant,  In one case, he sodomised the poor chap for the eighth times without using any condoms at all?  Is he trying to promote HIV? When he himself knows that gay sexual behaviour will encourage more HIV among the party members?

Why is the PAS Youth only concerns about Adam Lambert who by rights practices safe sex when they  could ignore Anwar’s immoral practice?  PAS should re-evaluate their partnership with PKR since all evidence pointed towards Anwar being gay!!!

However, one could even say that maybe PAS loves it from behind!!!?
PAS objects to Adam Lambert concert

October 14, 2010

KUALA LUMPUR, – PAS today demanded that authorities cancel a planned concert by US glam rocker Adam Lambert that they say is promoting “gay culture” in the mainly Muslim country.

PAS has also threatened to call “as many of its members and supporters” to proselytise to concert-goers if the performance by the former “American Idol” runner-up goes ahead on Thursday, a party official said.

“Adam Lambert’s shows… are outrageous, with lewd dancing and a gay performance that includes kissing male dancers, this is not good for people in our country,” said PAS Youth leader Nasrudin Hasan. Homosexual sex is a criminal offence in Malaysia.

PAS is Malaysia’s second-largest political party with close to a million members and is a partner in a rainbow opposition grouping led by former Deputy Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim.

Foreign acts often draw protests from PAS, which since 2007 has campaigned against performances by singers including Beyonce, Rihanna, Gwen Stefani, Avril Lavigne and Mariah Carey.

Police in May broke up a demonstration by Islamists including PAS supporters protesting against a concert by US rapper Pitbull, underscoring a deepening tide of Islamic conservatism in the country.

An official from the Arts, Culture and Heritage Ministry was reported saying that the singer had signed a contract agreeing to abide by the ministry’s rules on performances, which can require foreign performers to tone down their acts to suit local sensibilities. – Reuters