PAS’ Ulama Council have suggested that a Muslim women’s place is preferably at home.
This infers that their priority is in making babies and functioning as mothers and wives.
The Ulama Council refers to the council of religious scholars who makes guiding decisions in the political Islamic party.
The view was expressed by PAS’ Ulama Council Information Chief Dr. Mohd Khairuddin Aman Razali.
* Dr. Mohd Khairuddin Aman Razali who is also the Member of Parliament for Kuala Nerus.
But is PAS aware that women make up half of the Malaysian workforce?
Even 70% of Malay undergraduates are females. Incidentally, where are the Malay males?
How could a Malay family survive on a single paycheck?
Who is suffering most from the sky-rocketing cost of living and corruption-rife economy?
Many are struggling to put food on the table and saving for their children’s education.
PAS’ leaders are unable to understand the feelings of the urban Malays.
They have lost touch with the ordinary Malays who are living in the modern world.