Halal entertainment, quipped Mr Zulkifli Sulong
, editor of Harakah.
With Harakah facing closure for allegedly carrying a seditious report, PAS is pinning its hopes on Purnama.
If, as expected, the government does not give it a licence to publish a daily newspaper, the Muslim party will depend on the Internet version of Harakah.
Online publications fall through the cracks of Malaysian laws governing newspapers and printing presses.No annual permits are required and the government has promised not to censor the Internet.