Mahfuz: PAS fears hidden agenda behind K-pop concert

Datuk Mahfuz Omar

KUALA LUMPUR: The acts of hugging and kissing tudung-clad female fans by South Korean K-pop band B1A4 at a recent concert may be a ‘hidden agenda’ to tarnish Islam, claimed a PAS leader.

PAS information chief Datuk Mahfuz Omar said he feared that the girls may be used by certain quarters to discredit the religion.

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