KUALA LUMPUR (AFP) - Malaysia’s opposition Wednesday accused the ruling party of stoking a clash at a rally that saw one man stabbed, and warned of further government intimidation as the country gears up for a tough election. The People’s Justice Party (PKR) said the ruling United Malays National Organisation was behind an alleged attack on Tuesday’s rally outside the capital Kuala Lumpur, which the PKR said resulted in one its supporters being stabbed.The party, which is headed by opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim, alleged the attack was carried out by members of UMNO’s youth wing. It said the PKR supporter was stabbed in the shoulder with a sharp object.