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Pelik Cara Anwar Solat Ketika Di Perkarangan Masjid Negara April 30, 2012

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Anwar Ibrahim dikata berada di perkarangan Masjid Negara pada hari Bersih 3.0. Mereka berkumpul di situ bersama beberapa pemimpin PR lain. Apabila masuk waktu zohor, mereka ini dikatakan tidak masuk dalam masjid untuk solat berjemaah bersama orang ramai tetapi solat hanya di perkarangan masjid itu sahaja.

Soalnya:

1. Apakah dia terikut dengan perpecahan yang pernah berlaku dulu – kerana tidak mahu ikut imam kerajaan?

2. Apakah masa terlalu suntuk kerana sudah hendak mula Bersih? Kalau solat di dalam masjid nanti lambat. Imam baca surah panjang. Wirid lagi.

3. Apakah dia tidak larat kerana keuzurannya hendak berjalan jauh ke dalam masjid turun naik tangga? Maklumlah masih sakit belakang.

4. Apakah beliau malas nak buka kasut atau bimbang kasut beliau hilang bila tanggal kasut untuk solat di dalam masjid? Solat di luar masjid boleh solat sambil pakai kasut!

dan banyak lagi persolan dan kemungkinan lain.

Namun, apa pun sebabnya beliau tidak mahu solat dalam masjid itu terserahlah kepada dia dan “ahli jemaahnya”.

Yang peliknya ialah apabila dia solat di luar perkarangan masjid mereka solat beramai-ramai macam solat berjemaah tapi mereka solat sendiri-sendiri! Atau IB yang salah? Tolong betulkan.

Lihat gambar-gambar dari minag-jinggo ini:

a. Pemuda sebelah kiri ini mungkin nak beritahu arah kiblat. Bukankah lebih senang dalam solat masjid – mesti dah confirm arah kiblatnya.

b. Masing-masih bersedia untuk solat. Anwar menterbalikkan topi beliau. Orang sebelah kirinya mengikat sapu tangan di kepala.

c. Mereka mula bertakbir. Tunggu! Siapa imamnya? Nampak macam sebaris semua tidak ada imam di depan. Kalau orang yang sebelah kanan Anwar yang takbir dulu – mungkin dia imam kot?  Sungguh bersiap siaga sekali untuk “berperang”, sebab itu boleh solat dengan pakai kasut!

d. Mereka guna banner untuk alas solat. Kenapa tidak diterbalikkan banner tu – guna yang sebelah putih. Nasib baik teringat nak tutup sikit – kalau tak tercium muka Ambiga kat banner (?). Kesian dua orang dihujung sana – banner tak cukup besar.

e. Nak kata orang sebelah kanan Anwar jadi imam tidak betul juga. Sebab dia turun sujud lambat. Anwar yang sakit belakang nampak mengeran kesakitan bila nak sujud. Tambah pulak dengan pakai kasut – lagi sakit masa nak lipat turun dan duduk tahiyyat.

f. Bertahiyyat sama-sama. Solat bersama macam berjemaah. Pergerakan semua hampir sama – macam berjemaah. Tapi masing-masing solat bersendirian. Yang belakang tu – agaknya ikut siapa. Mereka tahu tak masing-masing di depan tu solat bersendirian? Mereka mengguna Mazhab yang memboleh dedah tangan semasa solat? (di Malaysia?) Kalau di Indonesia mereka kata “oh sikit aje nampak engak apa-apa”

Yang lain yang ramai lagi tu tak solat ke? Ramai lagi yang Melayu tu … tidak mengapa – menjadi taraf pemerhati!

Sekian, IB

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Hanya 20% Rakyat Turkey Puasa dan 34% Solat 5 Waktu September 21, 2008

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Dipetik dari

http://www.turkishdailynews.com.tr/article.php?enewsid=115853

di bawah tajuk:

Conservative but relaxed about it

A new survey asks an old question, ‘Is Turkey becoming more conservative?’ The answer, like Turkish politics, is conflicted. While 94 percent of Turks identify themselves as religious, very few are observing this month’s holy fast or regularly pray five times a day. Experts point to the enduring popularity of the AKP, motivating people to adopt a religious mantle without necessarily the belief system to go along with it.

MÜGE YALÇIN
ISTANBUL – Turkish Daily News

Questions concerning the extent of conservatism in Turkey have returned with the enduring popularity of the Justice and Development Party, or AKP. Several surveys on Turkish belief systems and religious practices have yielded different insights at different times.

The recent Global Attitudes survey published Wednesday by the U.S.-based Pew Research Center revealed that although 94 percent of Turkish participants defined themselves as “religious”, only 20 percent were fasting for all of Ramadan, while only 34 percent performed prayer five times a day. Moreover, fasting and praying were the least common in Turkey as compared to seven other Muslim countries, including Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Indonesia, Pakistan, Nigeria and Tanzania.

On the other hand, most Turks said a struggle was occurring in the country, where tensions between elements of the country’s secular establishment and the AKP have been high over the last year. Of participants, 68 percent said a clash between moderates and fundamentalists was taking place in Turkey.

According to Adil Gür, owner of the A&G research company, conservatism in Turkey is on the rise only in appearance. “During the first half of the 1990s people in Turkey were more conservative. With rising levels of education and income the country has become more flexible and less conservative,” he told the Turkish Daily New on Friday.

Gür said while the number of people who defined themselves as conservative increased mainly due to the influence of the ruling AKP, people became more flexible in their religious practices. “Today people who define themselves as conservative usually have material interests in doing so. On the other hand, the number of people not fasting and not praying or who have a positive attitude toward dating has increased. Conservatism in Turkey is make-believe,” he said.

Former Welfare Party deputy Mehmet Bekaroğlu objected to Gür’s idea that conservatism was a fiction, stressing that the definition of conservatism was evolving in response to changes in a globalizing world.

“Previously people who defined themselves as religious felt that it was necessary to pray or fast according to Islamic norms. However, today the world is transforming and people don’t feel that way anymore,” he said. “This change is related to the great social mobilization that occurred in the 2000s. People flowing from villages to cities have changed and transformed,” he said.

Nilüfer Narlı from Bahçeşehir University interpreted the issue in terms of a difference between belonging and believing. “When a person says I am religious the reference is to the identity not to the faith and believing. When we look at religious practices we do not find people practicing Islam at the level of believing. Therefore, religion loses its significance as a practice while it gets stronger in terms of belonging, as an identity,” she said.

Although 68 percent of participants said there was a conflict between secular forces and the ruling party, Gür said the secular versus anti-secular, or moderate Islam versus fundamentalism, debates were not actually on people’s agenda. “These are only certain elites or political parties’ concerns. Polarization in Turkey is not ideological but economic. People do not vote for the AKP on ideological grounds but for economic reasons. In fact Turkey is moving toward wider class differences rather than ideological ones,” Gür said.

The survey also revealed that while there has been widespread concern about the rise of Islamic extremism among the eight Muslim societies included in the survey “both within their countries and in the world at large” only 37 percent of Turks said they were concerned.

The survey also revealed that support for terrorism in Turkey had declined over the last few years. Only 3 percent of participants said they supported terrorism, while 83 percent said suicide attacks could never be justified. Turks have adopted a more negative stance toward Hamas and Hezbollah since last year. A total of 65 percent of participants said they have an unfavorable opinion toward Hamas, compared with 54 percent in 2007. In 2003, 15 percent of Turkish Muslims had positive views of bin Laden. Today, seven years after the Sept. 11 attacks, bin Laden’s ratings have plummeted to 3 percent.

Encroachment of Muslims and Malay Rights July 2, 2008

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Ada sahabat-sahabat yang bertanya apakah yang IB maksudkan dengan “Ancaman demi ancaman terhadap hak Melayu dan Muslim dicabar di mahkamah kita yang ramai dari kita tidak berapa ambil peduli” di akhir penutup tulisan IB “Bilakah Ancaman Nyawa Terhadap DSAI?

Berikut IB siarkan petikan bagi maksud tersebut yang merupakan hebahan Peguam Pembela Islam yang dipetik dari laman “Membela Islam.”

Sekian, IB

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Brief of issues

1. The Printing Presses And Publications Act was introduced in 1984. Under Control of Undesirable Publications of the Act ;section 7, the Kementerian dalam Negeri introduced Garis Panduan Penerbitan Kementerian Dalam Negeri (“Guidelines”).

2. A letter issued by Kementerian Dalam Negeri dated 19.05.1986 instructed and expressly among others stated that the words ‘Allah’, ‘Kaabah’, ‘Solat’ and ‘Baitullah’ shall not be used by the Herald, the Catholic-weekly; a publication belonging to the Titular Roman Catholic Church of Kuala Lumpur. Such words are deemed as sensitive to the Muslim Community and may cause disharmony, disunity and confusion among the community especially the Malay Muslim community.

3. The Church has consistently breached the Guidelines by reproducing the publication in the Herald containing the words ‘Allah’. Although they have been advised each time by the Kementerian Dalam Negeri to cease publishing the word ‘Allah’ in their publication, they have blatantly disregarded the Guideliness.

4. The Church has now sought to challenge this Guideliness through legal process by filing a Writ of Summons on 15.12.2007 for a Declaration that the Church among others;

a. That the Church is entitled to use the word ‘Allah’ in their publication;

b. That the Guideliness by the Kementerian Dalam Negeri is illegal;

c. and the use of the word ‘Allah’ is not exclusive for the religion of Islam.

5. Subsequently the Church filed application for leave dated 19.03 08 for a judicial review opposing the Guidelines which was heard and granted leave by the Court on 5.05.2008. The effect of the leave granted allows the Church to challenge the Guidelines and continue to use the word ‘Allah’ in the Church’s publication among others;

a. That the decision or stand taken by respondent on their application permit for the period 01.01.08 until 31.12.08 should not be subjected to ‘GARIS PANDUAN PENERBITAN’ dated 01.03.07 which prohibits the word “Allah” in “Herald – The Catholic Weekly” is null and void.

b. They are entitled to use the word “Allah” in “Herald – The Catholic Weekly”

c. the use of the word ‘Allah’ is not exclusive for the religion of Islam.

d. They applied for Order of Certiorari to quash the decision of the respondent based on ‘GARIS PANDUAN PENERBITAN’.

e. They applied for a stay of the decision of the respondent.

6. The decision of the judicial review and writ of summons by the Court may allow the Church not to be bound by the Guidelines and claim the right to use the word ‘Allah’ by the Christians.

7. This will open a floodgate for other Beliefs to challenge the Guidelines and use the word Allah in their practise.

8. Our response and concern at this juncture is due primarily to the confusion, uncertainty and disharmony it shall caused to the Muslim community especially the Malays who are largely practising Islam and Muslim of other races

9. The concept of Allah as understood, embraced and practised by the Muslim community in Malaysia is totally distinct and separate from the concept as understood by the Church conceptually, culturally and theologically.

10. The concept of Allah embraced by the Muslim community in Malaysia as defined in the context of Muslim and Malay tradition, culture and history is Allah in a MONOTHEIST (TAUHID) sense as opposed to the concept of TRINITY of God as understood by the Church.

11. Faced with the challenges impacting the interests and unity of the Muslims especially the Malay Muslim community, Majlis Agama Islam of States view this development with the deepest of concern and alarm and have subsequently filed applications to be admitted as interveners to the Church’s application namely in the Writ of Summon and Review.

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Seruan Peguam Pembela Islam (PPI) yang mengharapkan kita menyebarkan maklumat ini kepada yang lain:

Seruan:

Kami memohon agar umat Islam, khususnya pendukung-pendukung NGO-NGO Islam yang berkelapangan untuk hadir di Mahkamah berkenaan pada tarikh-tarikh tersebut di atas (sila ke lamannya yang menyenaraikan tarikh-tarikh penting) bagi mengikuti secara langsung perbicaraan kes-kes yang dinyatakan, demi menzahirkan keprihatinan serta memberi sokongan moral kepada perjuangan ini serta pihak-pihak yang terlibat. Kes-kes tersebut merangkumi pelbagai isu melibatkan kepentingan umat Islam dan kedudukan Islam di dalam perlembagaan persekutuan. Sebarang pertanyaan/ pengesahan kehadiran boleh berhubung dengan Hj. Zainul Rijal Abu Bakar (0192351555) atau Azril Mohd Amin (0123037110).