KUALA LUMPUR - Members of an Islamic political party will protest against Elton John's appearance in concert in the Malaysian capital on Saturday.
Elton John (right) poses with his partner David Furnish in this file photo from 2002.The couple married in 2005 when same-sex marriages were legalised in Britain. AFP PHOTO OLIVIER LABAN-MATTEI
The Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS) objects to the performance on the grounds that it promotes "hedonism" and because of the star's gay marriage, which it believes could have a negative impact on young Malaysians.
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