KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Beyonce has postponed a planned concert in Malaysia after the nations opposition party raised concerns about her performance, citing moral issues, concert organisers said. Foreign acts often draw protests by the Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS), whose youth wing forced Beyonce to cancel her 2007 concert in the mainly Muslim nation of 27 million people. Malaysian entertainment company Marctensia said in a statement on its website that the Beyonce I am ... concert, planned for October 25 as part of her world tour, would be postponed to a date yet to be announced. The postponement is solely (the) decision of the artist and has nothing to do with other external reasons, the concert organisers said in the statement. No further reason was given. Marctensia said a new date for the concert would be announced shortly and a statement from Beyonces management would be released later this week. The youth wing of PAS sought last year to prevent Canadian singer Avril Lavigne from performing in Malaysia. Earlier this month, Malaysia initially banned Muslims from attending a concert by US hip-hop band Black Eyed Peas, which was sponsored by Guinness, one of the brands owned by the worlds biggest spirits group, Diageo. The ban was reversed, but a senior official said it was up to each individuals better judgement whether to attend the event.