Parti Islam Se-Malaysia (PAS) ulema council chief Harun Taib said Christians should not be denied the right to use the Bible in Bahasa Malaysia, as it was the country's national language.
What does PAS stand for?
PAS stands for Parti Islam Se-Malaysia (Islamic Party of Malaysia)
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We have 688 other meanings of PAS in our Acronym Attic
- Panic Attack Syndrome
- Par Asset Swap
- Para-Amino-Salicylic Acid
- Paradise Arcade Shop (game parts dealer)
- Paranormal Awareness Society
- Parental Alienation Syndrome
- Parenting after Separation (various organizations)
- Paris Airshow
- Park Avenue Securities (various locations)
- Paros, Greece - Paros Community (Airport Code)
- Partia Agrare e Shqipërisë (Agrarian Party of Albania)
- Partial Attribute Set (Microsoft)
- Partido Alianza Social (Spanish: Social Alliance Party, Mexico)
- Partitioned Annotations of Software (web-based sharing environment)
- Pasadena (Amtrak station code; Pasadena, CA)
- Pascagoula (Amtrak station code; Pascagoula, MS)
- Pascal Source Code (File Name Extension)
- Passive Alcohol Sensor
- Passive Ambiguity Surface
- Passive and Active Gas-Liquid Separator Devices
Samples in periodicals archive:
In Malaysia the Parti Islam Se-Malaysia (PAS) is politically Islamic, but allied with non Muslim ethnic minorities and parties in a rainbow coalition to promote economic and social reform in a majority Muslim society and to contest the 50 year monopoly of national political power of the politically conservative United Malays National Organization (UMNO).
Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi over the weekend announced his United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) had held three meetings with the opposition Parti Islam se-Malaysia (PAS) to discuss issues related to Islam and Malay unity.
However, Parti Islam se-Malaysia (PAS) left to decide on its candidate for the Bukit Gantang parliamentary contest in Perak.
Malaysian Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi's secular National Front (BN) is going all out to wrest Kelantan, the only state not ruled by his coalition, from the Parti Islam se-Malaysia (PAS) in Saturday's general election.
Byline: ANI Kota Baru, Mar 2 (ANI): Parti Islam se-Malaysia (PAS) spiritual adviser Abdul Aziz Nik Mat has said the use of the word 'Allah' by non-Muslims is allowed, but added that the Malaysian Government would decide the scope of where the word could be used.
Many people in Malaysia's northeastern Kelantan State, which is controlled by Malaysia's opposition Parti Islam se-Malaysia, sympathize with the Malay-Muslims in southern Thailand.