Long wait for Malay momentum

Petty sniping: Hadi and Dr Mahathir, who are fighting for the Malay opposition, clashed and indulged in some schoolyard-styled repartees.

PAS president Datuk Seri Hadi Awang often comes across as someone who was not meant to be in politics.

And he was reminded of that by no less than a long-time enemy of PAS, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, who told Hadi that he does not understand politics and is not fit to lead. He said Hadi should be an ustaz in a kampung school teaching religion, but “not the type that accuses others of being infidels”.

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Politics , Mahathir , Najib Tun Razak , GE14 , The Loaf


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