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PAS Tells Malaysians To Repent, Too Many Concerts Are Making God Angry

PAS Tells Malaysians To Repent, Too Many Concerts Are Making God Angry

PAS Youth called on Muslims to unite and oppose having more concerts.

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God’s anger is always a response to human betrayal and evil.

These days, the sins manifest in the form of too many concerts, according to PAS Youth.

The organization warned that too many concerts in Malaysia are harmful and will bring consequences.

PAS Youth leader Ahmad Fadhli Shaari said the many concerts are the madness that would invite the wrath of Allah. 

Stop this kind of work. Don’t challenge the emotions of Muslims. The authorities, please listen to the voice of Muslims before the wrath of Allah strikes.

PAS Youth leader Ahmad Fadhli Shaari telling the people to repent and stop indulging in concerts.

Ahmad Fadhli said the issue is religious and not political, as he urged Muslims to unite on the matter.

The statement was made less than 24 hours after international singer Billie Eilish recently rocked the Bukit Jalil National Stadium in Kuala Lumpur.

PAS supporters praised the Islamic party as the people’s true saviour, while others said PAS should have spoken out earlier.

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Some made sarcastic remarks that activities considered a vice in the past are now Syariah-compliant and halal, as the current government is predominantly Malay Muslim.

At the same time, some netizens simply dismissed PAS Youth’s warning.

Meanwhile, it is noted that Billie Eilish is known for championing the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) community.

She has drawn attention after queerbaiting in a song from her last album, “Wish You Were Gay”.

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Eilish’s debut performance saw a warm welcome from fans who flooded the stadium grounds in the morning, even though the concert would only take place in the evening.

This year, concert activities are gaining momentum after two years of Covid-19 lockdown.

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