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WHEN there was a public announcement that PAS would be selling stamps with portraits of their leaders, the party’s veteran assembly speaker Abu Kassim Abdullah said this was an interesting development.
“I think the postmen and their motorcycles would arrive at your homes, but I don’t know whether they would bring the letters using our party stamps.” Laughter erupted at the Pengkalan Chepa hall.
PAS has launched its own Islamic handphone, developed by Telesign Communication Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary under the party’s newspaper publisher, Harakah.
It retails at RM359 and comes with Quranic ringing tones and a kiblat (location) indicator for prayers.
Party president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang launched the handphone and was its first recipient.
THE World Cup football “fever” is on in Kelantan with several party leaders speaking fondly of their favourite team.
PAS veteran Datuk Wan Abdul Rahim Wan Abdullah said he supported Spain and party deputy secretary-general Datuk Takiyuddin Hassan retorted that he would support England forever.
The organiser also plans to telecast live some of the matches at the muktamar grounds in Pengkalan Chepa.