Sunday, August 7, 2011

Stop The Lies and Jurnal Malaysia

Stop The Lies and Jurnal Malaysia


Stop The Lies and Jurnal Malaysia

Posted: 07 Aug 2011 11:28 AM PDT

I was surfing the Net, looking for 'new born' blogs and news portal when I came across two interesting websites - stopthelies (a blog) and Jurnal Malaysia (a portal).

I also saw two familiar names who are directly or indirectly involved in running it - journalists Tony Yew and Noorhasilah Ismail (Asam Pedas) respectively.

Stopthelies is all about politics while Jurnal Malaysia is an assorted, namely news, technology, health, etc.

There is no exact figure as to how many blogs and news portal we have in the country but it is a positive sign that more readers are turning to blogs for fast and easy info. Although blogs are personal domain, some are really outstanding.

I personally welcome new blog writers to our blogosphere. My only advice is - keep out of trouble and avoid the courts of law.


thanks JAIS, hasan ali…

Posted: 07 Aug 2011 10:01 AM PDT

for telling the world the faith of muslim are weak.

and sincere thanks to the wise azri, as he spoke out here:

excerpt from malaysian insider:

"It is the right of anyone to help whomever they want. As long as rules and laws are followed, one can help another regardless of race or religion," said Asri.

excerpt from malaysiakini: (read full below CnP from malaysiakini)

Asri also noted that it is not against the law for Muslims to receive help from non-Muslims, what more when then former are in difficulty.

 

the wise azri, a true muslim, had spoken again!

what is the fear of those idiots muslim (like hasan ali, ibrahim ali), when they found out other religions are helping their fellow muslim? why is it that just because e.g  the christians are helping the poor muslim, these idiots had to say that the christians are proselytizing to them?

i'm a long time member of the society of st vincent de paul (SSVP), a society that helps the poor and marginalised, a national society.  in most of the states, the poor people that SSVP help does include muslim.  many years back, during the aceh tsunami, the church had helped a lot of muslim fishermen. so what's wrong with that? absolutely nothing of course but unfortunately there were many idiots muslims who choose to see proselytising everywhere each time they found out the christians are helping their fellow muslims. why?

why do i refer to them as 'idiots'? simply because it is through their own action, that they themselves are shaming islam, making people laugh at their own religion. actually i had talked about this hundreds, or even thousands of times – what these idiots did only served to tell us that they don't trust their own muslim brethren, that they think their own muslm's faith is weak!!

why are these idiots so quick to pick on christians… that just because the christians are doing a good deed… to say that they are proselytising. what about then the orang asli department officials (JHEOA) try to convert the orang asli into islam? the JHEOA will only give benefits to the orang asli if they convert to islam!  why they did the idiots keep quiet? oops. silly. it is an offence to proselytisise to muslim but not the other way round. nice country we live in.

ok lah i'm too tired to talk about this anymore as the more i talk the more i will feel geram. i'll just put in some interesting links here so that i can easy refer when i need them.  first, the malaysiakini article as mentioned above.

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Malaysiakini
If Muslims turn to others for help, who's to blame?

Aug 7, 11 1:52pm

Outspoken religious scholar Mohd Asri Zainul Abidin has urged Muslims in positions of authority in religious bodies to cease their knee-jerk reactions to those of the community who – denied help by their own brethren – turn to other religious communities for help.

Commenting on the controversial raid by the Selangor Islamic Religious Department (Jais) on a multiracial dinner organised in a church compound in which poor Muslims were allegedly involved in proselytising efforts, Asri (right) said Islamic bodies have no one to fault but themselves if poor and vulnerable Muslims accept offers of assistance from non-Muslim based organisations. 

And if such people in need are in such a state as to compromise their religious faith in order to gain material assistance, it is only human nature that they come under the influence of those who accord them better treatment. 

"Every person is affected by those who treat them well. It is human nature. If a person is of weak faith, perhaps even his religion might be surrendered. Those who are influenced by the graciousness of church officials, that is not strange at all.

"What is strange is how, in a Muslim country, there are those of us in the community who are willing to change our religion because dissatisfaction with the Muslim community. On the other hand, they are influenced by the good treatment they receive from those of other religions.

"Are the slogans of our religion merely cosmetic and are not grounded in the realities of life?" asked Asri, a former mufti of Perlis, in a statement.

The USM professor was referring to claims by Selangor exco Dr Mohd Hasan Ali that Jais officers had raided the multiracial thanksgiving-fund raising dinner held at the Damansara Utama Methodist Church (DUMC) due to evidence that proselytisation was taking place and in which a number of Muslims were targetted.

This has been disputed by church leaders, but reports emerged yesterday in Malay dailies Berita Harian and Harian Metro where guests at the dinner were said to have been hard-up Muslims who had received aid from the Christian group.

Harian Metro reported that these Muslims had secretly converted to Christianity as a result and were part of an "underground" movement to spread the religion nationwide.

The daily also reported eyewitness accounts that Malay-language bibles were distributed at the dinner held at the DUMC.

Berita Harian quoted one "Jasmine", who said she had converted after receiving financial assistance from the group of Christian organisations.

Another 'convert', known only as "Adazhan" reportedly told the newspaper that families received as much as RM1,000 a month, as long as they attend the Christian groups' programmes.

Zeroing in on the hardship of those Muslims said to have been present during the dinner, Asri asked: "Where have our zakat alms gone? Hundreds of millions (of ringgit) is collected every year, but how is it that no one has been able to help the poor out of their difficulties so that they need not beg from others?

"Why is there such bureaucratic red-tape for a poor person when seeking zakat assistance? Anyone who has had to deal with this matter would have experienced it. Just to get RM100-200, there would be a lot of difficulties.

"But the zakat offices look opulent, the salaries of the officers and their bosses are high, and the equipment look really sophisticated. Are the costs high because of the need to collect funds from contributors, while efforts to seek qualified beneficiaries are half-hearted?

"Among the aims of zakat is to pull hearts towards Islam. That is why converts (to Islam) have a right to zakat. Has the management of zakat failed up to now to accomplish this to the point that Muslims are leaving Islam because of the failure to obtain help from Muslims, particularly from the zakat authorities?"

Asri also noted that it is not against the law for Muslims to receive help from non-Muslims, what more when then former are in difficulty. 

Neither, he added, is it wrong for non-Muslims to extend assistance to those they seek to help.

"Just because we fail to help, let's not blame others for extending their hand," said Asri.

(related article in malaysian insider)

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Selangor PAS demands Hasan, JAIS explain church raid

Hasan Ali backs JAIS raid, says 'quran' and 'pray' used in front of Muslim

Muslim claims sustained church advances,  Malay paper report 

Christian charity conversion report a 'consipiracy' says PAS MP, priest.
PAS MP, priest, deride Christian charity conversion report

Bishop Paul decries vilification of Christianity

1988 law allows JAIS to act against non Muslim

Christian groups demand proof of converting muslim using aid



A Saturday Out With Penang Friends

Posted: 07 Aug 2011 09:55 AM PDT

Last Saturday was a fun and happenings day for me in Klang Valley. It felt really good to meet up a few friends who was from hometown Penang too and also from the same high school. We went for dinner, bubble tea and chit chat a lot that night, and too went to play LAN game together. =D

Saturday was 2 days after Arron's birthday and he wanted to treat us Chinese food as a celebration for his recent birthday. Happy belated birthday my friend. We went to fetch Chen Yuen (a.k.a. Nicholas David Raykee Aw) from the LRT station as he stayed pretty far from us, and the to fetch Tee Jin and Hsieh Zhen. It was only 5 of us that night, but it was awesome.

While waiting for Chen Yuen who came all the way from Setapak, Arron and I saw some silly stuff happened at the car park of the LRT station. The Toyota Innova tried to reverse parking, but in the end drove over the divider and stuck there. LOL.

After fetching everyone, we had dinner at a famous Chinese restaurant called Loong Fong at Paramount Garden there. GPS was our guide to the restaurant as we are a group of alien in this city. Though, it was not really hard to find afterall.

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The dinnerwas a wonderful dinner and later we went to look for Gong Cha bubble tea at SS15. Although it's same price as Chatime, I like Gong Cha more. We chit-chat all along and take photos. It was a nice day out and is looking forward for more outing. =D Lots of place to explore in Klang Valley, any recommendation? I want to go to KL Bird Park, National Zoo, KLCC skybridge, Broga Hill, Ampang LookOut Point, where else I can go? =)

A little jokes on us is that we call this gang, the animal gang as we always do all those jiao jiao (bird bird) stuff, which is just means lame stuff. Hahaha.

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Cyberspace - Out of Control?

Posted: 07 Aug 2011 10:06 AM PDT

A Bernama statement on how the Internet has become the Malaysian political battlefield has set cyberspace ablaze with much indignation and fury. Among the concerns highlighted include:

  • difficulties in censoring the  flow of information
  • poor handling of problems associated with the Internet
  • how the tight government control over MSM has driven people to the alternative media which is now more powerful in dominating public opinion
  • how some of the young Internet users blindly accept and believe what they read online, thus making it difficult to put forward a rational and civilised debate
  • how those in the rural areas are easily kept informed by their IT-savvy children of what is going on online, including all sorts of rumours, half truths and even made-up stories tarnishing the government's image. 
The article featured a supposition that "if some netizens continue to distort the concept of democracy, the authorities will not listen to their abusive remarks while mature voters will also reject them after some time, upon realising that they are already so horrible before they have even come to power."

Raja Petra Kamarudin has responded to these issues in his latest No Holds Barred post called You need brains to do it (UPDATED)



What the authorities do not seem to realize is that there is a new nation in existence sporting a diverse populace with its own unique and varied culture. However, its boundaries are defined by silicon wafers, fiber optic cables, and dancing electrons. This nation is not a physical entity but rather, one of the mind and certainly a force to be reckoned with.

Its name is cyberspace. And it is powerful in its pervasive influence with defining qualities that give this body of people its singular identity.

Despite claims that ours is a  democratic society, we ironically lament our limited opportunities to voice our discontent about issues that concern and affect us. Since the importance and effectiveness of the MSM is declining drastically,  we have to depend on online oppositional power if we intend to effect any change in our country.

Many write about a broad range of public issues to express their dissent. Whenever major events or crises occur such as in the Teoh Beng Hock inquest, readers can invariably turn to blogs and online news portals for the latest information and more importantly, critical commentaries which are virtually absent in MSM.

Fully aware of the expectations of their audience, activist-bloggers have to keep abreast with their critical comments and observations. Blogosphere culture requires bloggers to write for their audience with specific objectives in mind. Online activism hardly happens out of the blue, but has found a social basis, especially in Malaysia, because of the many structural flaws in society. Furthermore, online activism has succeeded in sustaining its power because it fills the void that has been created by the failure of mass media to play its role in society.

In democratic societies, despite whatever rights we may pretend we have, many people do not have an opinion about major issues such as the "non-attitudes" problem or political ambivalence. Judging from the messages in both mainstream and online websites, the different styles of framing of questions can solicit and mould public opinion. Such a situation certainly raises questions about the ability and competence of ordinary citizens to play the expected roles in a democratic society. However, the Internet has changed all that for us - for the better!

Recently, if not for Tweeter and global cable networks, protests in Iran would not have become so widely known and influential. In the same vein, online protests about the "Green Dam" software in China gained momentum when even some official media stories questioned the policy.  A little closer to home, we saw how news about Bersih 2.0 rally spread like wildfire via Tweets and updates in various social media. All this goes to show that we cannot underestimate the pervasive power of the Internet.

Those who decry the positive influence of cyberspace have failed to realize how the constant updates of news feeds from tweets, blogs and Facebook have fuelled news reporting in online mass media. The fact is clear - web power has become an integral part of mainstream media power. And the authorities are losing ground in cyberspace and they are afraid. In their fear, they choose to breed fear by spinning all kinds of yarn.

From my observations, it appears that the "old" and "new" media are converging and, whether we like it or not, the variety of media channels has vital connections, each of which enhances and strengthens the links in the chain. And the authorities are definitely NOT happy that these links are growing in number and in strength!

Internet activists depend on two factors that exist in a symbiotic relationship - size and rhetoric. When we want to gain attention from the masses, we gather in large crowds for demonstrations. Well, we don't really have to do so as much now as in the past because through the internet, if one can generate large volumes of traffic, one would be able to wield and to show web power such as seen in Facebook pages, Tweets, blogs and other social networking media.

As Cyberspace does not exist physically, physical violence does not exist. Anarchy in cyberspace is much safer than whatever conflicts we face in the real world. Individuals recognize this and are encouraged to express themselves freely. Whilst they may suffer repercussions from unwise comments, they will not die from it. So what's there to stop our social conscience from motivating us to do what is right?

While the Bernama report has referred to the Internet as a political battlefield, it has forgotten that cyberspace is the most unrestricted playing field in history. Because of the high level of cooperation in sharing information, netizens will not suffer fools! People are not so stupid to simply believe in what they come across in the net. With the click of the mouse, they can verify information or identities and know if indeed what they are reading is correct.

Bear in mind that it is people, computers, and networks that make up the Internet - transforming it into a  new form of bionic entity somewhat like the old Six Million Dollar Man- half-machine,  half-human. With the imminent elections, those that walk the corridors of power fear the influence of the net which cannot be hindered by the limitations of broadcast or print media.

And why so? Simple. Everyone who is connected has more or less equal access to everything available and to other contacts as well. In the real world, we have the elitist group but in cyberspace, there is no such elite organization and never will be.

It is this egalitarianism - a quintessential ingredient of cyberspace that makes it such an exceedingly powerful one. And they are afraid.

We are no longer  dependent on THEM for information, beliefs, clarifications, judgment and myths. We are autonomous and have immediate control over what we want to access. Organization must realize they can no longer operate in the relative security of their state houses. The option to stonewall is no longer there! Citizens can now speak out immediately not just on an individual basis but also en masse!!

Throughout the history of man, this type/degree of interaction has never existed with the speed, availability, and ease that we enjoy today. Gone are the days of one-way mass communication. Like a virus, ideas can spread contagiously.

The old adage said the pen is mightier than the sword and I daresay ideas are more powerful than bullets and imagination more powerful than the fear they try to instil in us! The best part is - everyone can be part of cyberspace without getting physically hurt. All it takes is the ability to click a mouse.

Don't forget the sheer velocity at which the Internet is growing. Note that this isn't accidental growth but the result of driving forces behind us - the hunger for change, truth, justice and information to justify our decisions!

There is a gamut of human experience that Cyberspace offers us. Ranging from public to private, high profile to low profile, everyone is welcome. No one is under any obligation to reveal anything more than what we want to. The freedom we yearn to have such as freedom of assembly is easily available in cyberspace which has no rules, structure or any centralized authority! Of course they would be worried. RPK has rightly pointed out why in his post.

Make no mistake. For sure, our nation is poised on the verge of a massive transformation and it has already begun in the Internet which has a level playing field, something which is so lacking in our turf. And they can't take that away from us! The inner man in us cries for change. In response, the Internet is evolving for the better and not out of control because it is channel for the Vox Populi to voice their concerns!


Siri Bercakap Dengan Miki – Dove and Oreo Commercial 2011

Posted: 07 Aug 2011 09:26 AM PDT

Our pride and joy, the not-so-little-anymore Chimiki Chikadee is now 3 years and 6 months. He is 102cm tall and weighs 17kg already. He knows some ABCs and Alif Baa Taa, some doa's and surahs, some drawing and writing, some Maths and English but he talks…. Oh boy doesn't he talk… A LOT!

Yesterday we were marketing and from inside the cart, Miki reached out one chubby arm and picked up a bottle of shampoo.

"Mummy!" he shouted. "Mummy kena beli ni…." He held the bottle up so that I can look at it.

"Mummy dah ada ni kat rumah, tak payah beli.." I explained.

"Eh Mummy! Ini kan… Mummy ambik, pastu bubuh kat muka macam ni…" he put both his stout chubby hands on his round cheeks and started to demonstrate how I should wash my face. "Pastu nanti tu semua hilang!!"

"TU tu apa?"

"Tu la..tu kan semua hilang… Nanti Mummy boleh jadi CANTIK!"

I then pengsan-ed tergolek on the cold cold floor of Giant supermarket. After three minutes I gained conscious and asked him again, "Apa yang hilang Miki? Apa?"
I just need to ask although deep inside my heart I knew he was referring to my pimples or blackhead. Or the blemishes on my skin.

Or ALL OF THE ABOVE! ANAK BERTUAHHHHHHH!!

"Ni la…" he doesn't know the word jerawat. "Ni, ni, ni nanti hilang la…Nanti Mummy cantik.. ni kena beli ni!" he took my face and started pointing his tiny finger on my cheek. I was not sure if he was pointing at a zit or a black head, because it is a jungle out there on my facial epidermis.

Miki was so convinced a bottle or Dove shampoo can make me all my zits disappear.

Miki, ko memang bijak Miki… tapi adalah tidak bijak menuding jari ke arah kekurangan seorang wanita yang tahun hadapan akan berusia 30 tahun. Ini boleh mendatangkan kekacauan jiwa yang berlarutan! Apatah lagi jikalau ko cakap kuat-kuat di khalayak ramai pengunjung-pengunjung pasaraya besar. Mengertihh?

Owh but then again… that is my lil Miki. I remember a couple of months ago, he requested candy from his Daddy and he was questioned why he deserved it. He answered "Sebab Daddy kan cute!"
Wahh wahh.. kaki mengampu uols!

"Mummy cute tak?" Daddy asked again and Miki answered "Mummy tak cute…. Mummy cantik jeerrrr…"
Hehehehehe… terbaek Miki!

Talk about supermarket products, to date about 4-5 people have already told me how Miki reminded them of the boy in the Oreo commercial. You know the one that tricked his Dad so that he could take away his cookie. I don't see it but some say he looked quite a lot like that boy in the ad, baju style, body language etc..
Ntahla… but eh… ingatkan dah tulis blog pasal benda lain last-last ada jugak unsur makanan di bulan puasa ni ye? Hehehehe….

 

 


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Sudah Sampai Waktunya Rejim BN Ditukarkan!

Posted: 07 Aug 2011 11:31 AM PDT

A.Samad: Sudah tiba waktunya untuk "regime change"

"Sudah tiba waktunya kita adakan regim change. Kita sudah memberi masa kepada orang yang memerintah sekarang ini 54 tahun. Dan kita sudah tidak harus lagi memberikannya lebih dari itu."

Demikianlah kata-kata daripada Sasterawan Negara, A.Samad Said kepada anak-anak muda, ketika merasmikan pelancaran kempen Jom Baca Media Alternatif anjuran Solidariti Mahasiswa Malaysia (SMM) di Dewan Perhimpunan Cina Kuala Lumpur-Selangor, petang tadi.

Beliau menyebut, antara hal yang boleh dilakukan oleh anak-anak muda adalah "merubah" - dan "regim change" itu hanya menjadi "mungkin" di tangan-tangan anak muda.

A. Samad Said, atau lebih dikenali sebagai Pak Samad mengakui bahawa dirinya "gemar mendengar daripada mereka yang oppose". "Saya langsung tak gemar dengar mereka yang sokong. Sokong tu maksudnya, sokong kerajaan."

Kata-katanya disambut dengan tepukan dan sorakan oleh kira-kira 70 orang hadirin.

Pak Samad yang sudah hampir setahun tidak membaca akhbar mainstream, menjelaskan mengapa dirinya memilih media alternatif, "Saya dapat melihat benda-benda yang tidak dapat kita lihat dalam akhbar mainstream."

"Saya mendapati bahawasanya, tanpa media alternatif, akhbar mainstream akan menjadi gangster," dakwa Pak Samad, yang mendakwa gambaran yang dipaparkan dalam media mainstream, hanya "hitam-putih", dengan "Yang memerintah sentiasa betul, yang membangkang, yang tidak memerintah sentiasa salah."

Beliau melihat media alternatif lebih sesuai untuk anak-anak muda, yang akan menjelajah ke ceruk-ceruk untuk memperjelaskan apa yang sedang berlaku kepada rakyat.

Fathi Aris Omar: Media alternatif perlukan sokongan kewangan

Sebelum ini, Ketua Pengarang Malaysiakini Fathi Aris Omar mengakui bahawa media alternatif berdepan dengan masalah di mana sebarannya lebih terbatas kepada kawasan bandar, sementara penduduk kampung masih bergantung kepada media cetak dan elektronik sebagai sumber maklumat.

Fathi Aris Omar (gambar kiri) juga berkata, media alternatif berdepan dengan masalah kewangan, di mana ramai peniaga yang masih tidak yakin bahawa iklan di ruang internet mampu membawa pulangan. Lebih-lebih lagi, di Malaysia, sebahagian iklan dikaitkan dengan syarikat GLC (Syarikat Kaitan Kerajaan), yang berkepentingan bersama parti pemerintah. Justeru itu, media alternatif memerlukan bukan sahaja sokongan dari segi audiens, tetapi juga sumber kewangan daripada pembaca, sama ada dalam bentuk langganan atau lain-lain.

*Lim Hong Siang ialah Editor MerdekaReview, edisi bahasa Malaysia.


Soi Lek concedes defeat. MCA not the only party that can help the Chinese

Posted: 07 Aug 2011 08:11 AM PDT

No way to create 'Small China' in Malaysia, says Soi Lek

Posted on 7 August 2011 - 04:59pm
Last updated on 7 August 2011 - 08:07pm
KOTA KINABALU (Aug 7, 2011): There is no way to create a 'small China' in Malaysia as it is not good for the country, said MCA president Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek.
He said MCA accepted the fact that Malaysia was a multiracial country and that what it wanted to see was moderation, not just tolerance but also acceptance of the fact that this was a multiracial country.
In this respect, Soi Lek lamented the DAP's strategy in adopting a Chinese fighting against Chinese clash towards MCA in winning the hearts and minds of the people.
"Because DAP is not a ruling party (in the country), they can raise their expectations of the Chinese community... they raise this in the sense that if they come into power they will build more schools or they will take care of the Chinese.
"This is misleading because DAP, by itself, will never form the government. The reason is simple, they only concentrate on Chinese seats but the number of the Chinese majority seats in Parliment is at the most 45, out of 222 seats (at stake).
"So, DAP has to combine with other parties dependent on the support of other races. In this case, they chose PAS and Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR), so whatever DAP's promises to the community if they come into power will be diluted because the other component parties would have to look after the interest of other races," he told a press conference in conjunction with the Sabah MCA Convention at the Sabah Trade Centre, near here today.
Soi Lek said Barisan Nasional (BN) was not perfect but Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak was trying his best to transform the country's economy and that Sabahans should support this initiative.
In this respect, he urged all 25 MCA divisions in Sabah to get ready to help the BN component parties to win the coming general election in the spirit of BN.
"In Sabah, the number of MCA members is increasing slowly but steadily and today we have about 60,000 members with one state seat.
"We will not talk openly about the seat allocation, we will leave it to the wisdom of the Prime Minister and Sabah Chief Minister, because at the end of the day, we must win this general election, so allocation of seat will be based on party and candidates which are winnable," he said.
Soi Lek also called on state MCA leaders to put aside personal differences and work as a team to ensure BN's victory in the general election. – Bernama

DAP is Democratic Action Party.
Nothing to do with race and all right-thinking Malaysians know that the current Chief Minister of  Penang, Lim Guan Eng, had once gone to prison in DEFENCE of an under-aged MALAY girl in the trial of  statutory rape by an Umno warlord.



Letting go

Posted: 07 Aug 2011 07:53 AM PDT

Letting go is scary. It's a free fall, an act of surrender. It's releasing ways of being and things you thought were important, and then being okay with the fact that they're gone.

It takes courage to look at your life and say, this is a helluva pickle I'm in and I need to lighten my load —my emotional load, whatever kind of load it is — so I can deal with the reality at hand. Just as tears are a doorway to the future, so, too, is letting go. When you let go you take an active role in shaping your life because you are taking responsibility not only for an immediate change but also for whatever comes after.

We're not used to letting go. We're used to hanging on for dear life. We hang on for lots of reasons: because something is familiar; because the past is a known commodity and the future is a question mark; because we lack imagination and can't conceive of a future better than the past we've had.

We hang on because we've been taught that persistence is good and we should never give up. Or we're simply afraid of the free fall, afraid of coming alive as ourselves. But if you don't let go of who and what you once were, you won't be available to become whoever and whatever this crisis is inviting you to become.

Letting go isn't blocking memories or thinking sad thoughts, and doesn't leave emptiness, hurt, or sadness. It's not about giving in or giving up. Letting go isn't about loss and it's not about defeat. To let go is to cherish the memories, but to overcome and move on. It is having an open mind confidence in the future.

Letting go means acknowledging that this piece of your life, this relationship, this way of doing things has served its purpose and so it is time to let go of it completely.

Letting go is best expressed in the oft-quoted prayer: "Lord, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference


Demi Lovato – Skyscraper

Posted: 07 Aug 2011 06:53 AM PDT

Skies are crying
I am watching
Catching teardrops in my hands
Only silence as it's ending, like we never had a chance
Do you have to, make me feel like there is nothing left of me?

[Chorus]
You can take everything I have
You can break everything I am
Like i'm made of glass
Like i'm made of paper
Go on and try to tear me down
I will be rising from the ground
Like a skyscraper!
Like a skyscraper!

[Demi Lovato]
As the smoke clears
I awaken, and untangle you from me
Would it make you, feel better to watch me while I bleed?
All my windows, still are broken
But I'm standing on my feet

[Chorus]
You can take everything I have
You can break everything I am
Like I'm made of glass
Like I'm made of paper
Go on and try to tear me down
I will be rising from the ground
Like a skyscraper!
Like a skyscraper!

[Bridge]
Go run, run, run
I'm gonna stay right here
Watch you disappear, yeah
Go run, run, run
Yeah it's a long way down
But I am closer to the clouds up here

[Demi Lovato]
You can take everything I have
You can break everything I am
Like I'm made of glass
Like I'm made of paper, Oh
Go on and try to tear me down
I will be rising from the ground

Like a skyscraper!
Like a skyscraper!

Like a skyscraper!
Like a skyscraper!


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Beyonce – Halo

Posted: 07 Aug 2011 06:41 AM PDT

Remember those walls I built
Well baby they're tumbling down
And they didn't even put up a fight
They didn't even make a sound
I found a way to let you in
But I never really had a doubt
Standing in the light of your halo
I got my angel now

It's like I've been awakened
Every rule I had you breakin'
It's the risk that I'm takin'
I ain't never gonna shut you out

Everywhere I'm looking now
I'm surrounded by your embrace
Baby I can see your halo
You know you're my saving grace
You're everything I need and more
It's written all over your face
Baby I can feel your halo
Pray it won't fade away

I can feel your halo (halo) halo
I can see your halo (halo) halo
I can feel your halo (halo) halo
I can see your halo (halo) halo
Woah…

Hit me like a ray of sun
Burning through my darkest night
You're the only one that I want
Think I'm addicted to your light
I swore I'd never fall again
But this don't even feel like falling
Gravity can't forget
To pull me to the ground again

Feels like I've been awakened
Every rule I had you breakin'
The risk that I'm takin'
I'm never gonna shut you out

Everywhere I'm looking now
I'm surrounded by your embrace
Baby I can see your halo
You know you're my saving grace
You're everything I need and more
It's written all over your face
Baby I can feel your halo
Pray it won't fade away

I can feel your halo (halo) halo
I can see your halo (halo) halo
I can feel your halo (halo) halo
I can see your halo (halo) halo
I can feel your halo (halo) halo
I can see your halo (halo)
Halooooo ouuuu
Halooooo ouuuu
Halooooo ouuuu
Ouuuuu ouuuuu ouuuuu

Everywhere I'm looking now
I'm surrounded by your embrace
Baby I can see your halo
You know you're my saving grace
You're everything I need and more
It's written all over your face
Baby I can feel your halo
Pray it won't fade away

I can feel your halo (halo) halo
I can see your halo (halo) halo
I can feel your halo (halo) halo
I can see your halo (halo) halo
I can feel your halo (halo) halo
I can see your halo (halo) halo
I can feel your halo (halo) halo
I can see your halo (halo) halo


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Beyonce – Best Thing I Never Had

Posted: 07 Aug 2011 06:34 AM PDT

What goes around comes back around (hey my baby)
What goes around comes back around (hey my baby)
What goes around comes back around (hey my baby)
What goes around comes back around (hey my baby)

There was a time
I thought, that you did everything right
No lies, no wrong
Boy I, must've been outta my mind
So when I think of the time that I almost loved you
You showed your ass and I saw the real you

Thank God you blew it
Thank God I dodged the bullet
I'm so over you
So baby good lookin' out

[Chorus]
I wanted you bad
I'm so through with it
Cuz honestly you turned out to be the best thing I never had
You turned out to be the best thing I never had
And I'm gon' always be the best thing you never had
I bet it sucks to be you right now

So sad, you're hurt
Boo hoo, oh, did you expect me to care?
You don't deserve my tears
I guess that's why they ain't there
When I think that there was a time that I almost loved you
You showed your ass and I saw the real you

Thank God you blew it
Thank God I dodged the bullet
I'm so over you
Baby good lookin' out

[Chorus]
I wanted you bad
I'm so through with it
Cuz honestly you turned out to be the best thing I never had
I said, you turned out to be the best thing I never had
And I'll never be the best thing you never had
Oh baby I bet sucks to be you right now

I know you want me back
It's time to face the facts
That I'm the one that's got away
Lord knows that it would take another place, another time, another world, another life
Thank God I found the good in goodbye

[Chorus]
I used to want you so bad
I'm so through it that
Cuz honestly you turned out to be the best thing I never had
You turned out to be the best thing I never had
And I will always be the, best thing you never had.
Best thing you never had!

I used to want you so bad
I'm so through it that
Cause honestly you turned out to be the best thing I never had
Oh you turned out to be the best thing I never had
Oh I will never be the best thing you never had
Oh baby, I bet it sucks to be you right now

Goes around, comes back around
Goes around, comes back around
Bet it sucks to be you right now
Goes around, comes back around
Bet it sucks to be you right now
Goes around, comes back around
Bet it sucks to be you right now


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PAS Akan Jumpa Jais & Gereja Dulu - Hadi

Posted: 07 Aug 2011 07:57 AM PDT

PAS hari ini mengambil pendirian untuk mengadakan pertemuan dengan Jabatan Agama Islam Selangor (Jais) dan Gereja Methodist Damansara Utama bagi mendapatkan gambaran jelas mengenai kotroversi terbaru.

Jelas Presiden PAS Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang, pertemuan dengan kedua-dua agensi itu akan dibuat dalam tempoh terdekat untuk mengungkai situasi sebenar yang berlaku ekoran tindakan Jais menyerbu majlis makan malam muhibah di gereja itu.

"Kita bincang isu Selangor dan buat keputusan untuk terus ke medan yang mana kalau kita lihat ia sengaja dijadikan isu oleh Barisan Nasional (BN) untuk tutup isu Himpunan Bersih 2.0.

"PAS akan bertemu dengan Jais dan gereja secara terus untuk mendapatkan penjelasan dan selesaikan masalah ini,"katanya selepas pada sidang media di sini.

Beliau terlebih dahulu mempengerusikan mesyuarat bulanan jawatankuasa kerja PAS pusat.

Tambah Hadi, Exco Kerajaan Negeri Selangor Datuk Dr Hasan Ali telah memberikan penjelasan berhubung dakwaan program anjuran Harapan Komuniti bertujuan untuk memurtadkan umat Islam.

Hasan, sebelum ini mempertahankan tindakan Jais melakukan serbuan ke atas Gereja Methodist Damansara Utama, Rabu lalu dengan alasan pihaknya telah dimaklumkan perkataan "al-Quran" dan "doa" diselitkan, mendakwa ada bukti mahu memurtadkan umat Islam.

"Hasan Ali telah memberikan penjelasan dan beliau bersetuju dengan cadangan kita (untuk adakan pertemuan dengan Jais dan gereja).

"Bila (maklumat daripada) media tak cukup kita perlu turun ke medan... tidak timbul masalah bukt,i sebab itu kita akan jumpa terus dengan kedua-dua pihak," kata Hadi.

Tambah Ahli Parlimen Marang ini, PAS terpaksa mengadakan pertemuan dengan Jais dan Gereja Methodist Damansara Utama sebagai langkah selamat selain dapat memberi keadilan kepada semua pihak termasuk Hasan.

Surat permohonan untuk mengadakan pertemuan dengan Jais dan gereja akan dihantar esok melalui Setiausaha Agung PAS Datuk Mustafa Ali.

"Kita mahu dapatkan penjelasan kedua-dua pihak, mesti daripada orang yang berkenaan daripada pihak Jais dan gereja sendiri... laporan media tak cukup.

"Hasan Ali sudah jelaskan dan beliau juga dapat laporan itu setelah (serbuan) berlaku, sebab itu kita mahu dapatkan gambaran (sebenar) daripada kedua-dua pihak," katanya Hadi.

Walaupun diasakan dengan pelbagai soalan berhubung tindakan Jais itu, Hadi bagaimanapun menekankan pihaknya mahu mendapatkan maklumat daripada kedua-dua pihak terlebih dahulu.

"Kita akan bertemu dengan kedua-dua pihak, pendirian ini sama... jadi tidak timbul sokong siapa yang penting penjelasan dulu, bagaimana dibuat, siapa yang bertindak... dah jumpa baru kita tahu.

"Kita perlukan penjelasan secara langsung, bukan daripada media," katanya.

Pada malam Rabu lalu, kira-kira 30 anggota polis dan pihak berkuasa Jais memasuki premis gereja itu tanpa waran kira-kira 10 malam.

Bagaimanapun tindakan Jais itu mendapat kritikan banyak pihak.

Tambah Hadi: "Semua perkara akan jelas selepas berjumpa dengan pihak gereja."

Ekoran kontroversi itu Menteri Besar Selangor Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim memutuskan untuk menghadap Sultan Selangor bagi mendapatkan nasihat menyelesaikan perkara itu.

Beliau berkata langkah itu akan diambil sebaik sahaja menerima laporan Jais, yang turut akan dipersembahkan kepada Sultan Selangor. -TMI



Ulasan GB

Kita harap ia TIDAK TERLALU LEWAT sebelum isunya berjaya dimanipulasi dan dieksploitasikan musuh.

Sekarang pun dah wujud tanda-tanda besar ianya telah dimanipulasikan sedemikian rupa oleh media massa arus perdana.


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Sad story: Muslim failed to get aid from Baitulmal, rejected aid from church!

Posted: 07 Aug 2011 05:25 AM PDT

By Boo Su-Lyn
August 07, 2011

The DUMC was raided by Jais on Wednesday over suspicions of proselytisation of Muslims. — file pic
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 7 — Two pro-Umno Malay newspapers continued to highlight today allegations that Christian organisations are secretly trying to convert impoverished Muslims through welfare aid. Berita Minggu and Harian Ahad reported on their front pages today a Muslim woman called Nur claiming that she was continually approached by a church in Seremban, despite her decision to stop receiving aid from it.
Nur said she initially accepted cash and food from the church since April to raise four daughters, aged five to 12 years, after failing to get aid from Baitulmal.
"Every month, the church will call twice or three times to ask how I am," Nur was quoted as saying in Berita Harian's weekend edition today.
"They also offered to place me and my children in a hostel at the church and said they could take care of our necessities, including schooling expenses, but I refused to accept it. However, since last January, I have rejected all forms of aid offered every month after my neighbours looked at me funny," added the 40-year-old woman.
The Umno-linked Media Prima Bhd newspapers' reports came after the Selangor Islamic Religious Department (Jais) and the police raided a multiracial dinner at the Damansara Utama Methodist Church in Petaling Jaya last Wednesday night, based on an allegation that Christians were proselytising to Muslim guests
The weekend edition of best-selling Malay tabloid Harian Metro reported Nur saying she had no choice but to accept help from the church, pointing out that she was unemployed because of various illnesses like asthma, high blood pressure and diabetes.
The tabloid's report is a departure from its norm as it largely focuses on sensational stories involving sex and the supernatural rather than reports with political or religious undertones.
Christian churches demanded yesterday for evidence behind allegations that Christian charity groups were involved in covert conversions.
A priest has dismissed such allegations as old rumours used to pit Muslims against Christians.

Nur had no choice but to accept help from the church?

The fact that she first accepted aid from church and later, rejected the 'persistent' offers of help by the church clearly proved that she had a choice!

Perhaps, Nur had 'no choice' because she failed to get from Baitulmal. Similarly, she had 'no choice' because her neighbors looked at her funny.


Certainly, Nur had choice.

No one, not even God, can force one to choose against his own will.




Nak Dapatkan RM100-RM200 Pun Banyak Karenahnya Sedang Gaji Pegawai Agama Pun Begitu Tinggi...

Posted: 07 Aug 2011 04:36 AM PDT

Ke mana perginya wang zakat kita?'

ULASAN Saya belum ingin mengulas tentang serbuan JAIS (Jabatan Agama Islam Selangor) ke atas sebuah gereja di Petaling Jaya seperti yang disiarkan oleh berita beberapa hari ini di sudut tindakan serbuan' itu.

Cumanya, sepertimana yang kita ketahui bahawa tiada manusia yang bertamadun yang boleh menerima tindakan provokasi yang boleh mencetuskan permusuhan antara penganut agama tanpa alasan yang sah.

Saya ingin menyentuh tentang orang Islam yang hadir di majlis tersebut yang dikatakan oleh pihak media hadir mereka terpengaruh dengan agama Kristian disebabkan sikap baik penganut agama berkenaan membantu mereka.

Difahamkan bahawa orang Islam yang hadir, terutama ibu tunggal terdiri dari kalangan mereka yang amat daif dan miskin. Mereka telah berulang kali memohon bantuan dari masyarakat Islam, tetapi gagal.

Apabila ada pihak yang sudi menghulurkan bantuan dengan mudah, maka mereka rasa 'jatuh hati' dan 'terhutang budi'. Di sini beberapa persoalan patut ditimbulkan;

1. Ke mana perginya wang zakat kita? Ratusan juta hasil kutipan yang diumumkan saban tahun, apakah tidak mampu untuk membantu fakir miskin ini keluar dari kesusahan mereka sehingga tidak perlu meminta 'sedekah' kepada orang lain?

2. Mengapa kerenah biokrasi begitu tinggi untuk fakir miskin mendapatkan bantuan zakat? Semua orang yang pernah berurusan dengan hal ini, akan ada pengalaman mereka sendiri.

Untuk mendapatkan RM100-200 pun, begitu banyak kerenahnya. Sedangkan pejabat zakat kelihatan mewah, gaji pegawai dan bos begitu tinggi dan peralatan urusan juga begitu canggih.

Apakah belanja yang tinggi itu hanya untuk urusan mencari pembayar, tetapi tiada kesungguhan yang memadai untuk mencari penerima yang layak?

3. Tujuan zakat antaranya untuk mendekatkan hati manusia dengan Islam. Sebab itu, ada hak untuk golongan muallaf. Bagaimanakah mungkin pengurusan zakat gagal melakukan hal ini, sehingga yang sudah Muslim ingin meninggalkan Islam kerana gagal mendapat bantuan dari umat Islam khususnya zakat?!

4. Bukan sesuatu yang haram untuk seseorang Muslim menerima bantuan daripada bukan Muslim. Apatah lagi, jika mereka dalam kesusahan yang amat.

Tindakan mereka menerima bantuan tidak boleh dipersalahkan, sebaliknya perbuatan pihak muslim yang sepatutnya memberi bantuan kepada mereka tetapi tidak melakukannya itulah yang patut disalahkan.

5. Jika dibincangkan di sudut bantuan, pada asasnya, kita tidak boleh menyalahkan orang lain kerana memberikan bantuan. Adalah menjadi hak setiap untuk memberikan bantuan kepada sesiapa yang mereka mahu.

Selagi mengikut peraturan dan undang-undang, seseorang boleh memberikan bantuan kepada sesiapa sahaja tanpa terbatas dengan agama atau bangsa.

Janganlah jika kita gagal membantu – sedangkan kita mampu - kita menyalahkan orang lain yang membantu.

6. Setiap orang akan terpengaruh dengan pihak yang berbuat baik kepadanya. Itu fitrah manusia. Jika dia lemah iman, mungkin agamanya juga diserahkan.

Mereka yang terpengaruh dengan pihak gereja atas budi baik, itu sesuatu yang tidak pelik. Namun yang pelik, bagaimana dalam negara Islam, umat kita boleh menukar agama disebabkan layanan yang tidak memuaskan oleh masyarakat Muslim?

Sebaliknya mereka terpengaruh dengan sikap baik penganut agama lain. Apakah slogan-slogan agama kita selamat ini hanya kosmetik yang tidak berpijak kepada realiti kehidupan?

Maka, banyak persoalan perlu masyarakat Muslim tanya diri sendiri sebelum menyalahkan orang lain. Tabiat menuding jari kepada orang lain untuk menutup kelemahan sendiri tidak akan dapat menyelesaikan masalah kita! -mk


Ulasan GB

Baru sebentar tadi GB sudah ulas di SINI. Petikan:

Jika tuan-tuan dan puan-puan mengalami nasib serupanya dan tiada tempat lain untuk mengadu, di saat itu ada pihak yang prihatin menghulurkan bantuan mengapa tidak dibolehkan untuk menerimanya? Sementelah lagi TIADA AKAD menerima bantuan MESTI masuk Kristian.

Mungkin dikhuatiri TERHUTANG BUDI, itu mungkin, TETAPI, sekali lagi GB bertanya siapa yang berdosa? Mana umat Islam, mana gerakan dakwah, mana ISMA, mana ABIM, mana UMNO, mana Baitul-Mal, mana Jabatan Kebajikan Masyarakat, mana Berita Harian, mana Utusan, mana harakahdaily, mana UG, mana Hassan Ali, mana JAINS dan JAIS, mana sekalian yang berlagak hero nak pertahankan aqidah umat Islam? Apa yang kamu telah lakukan dan sumbangkan terhadap saudaramu yang menderita itu?

Apa yang nak dijawab di depan Tuhan nanti?


Share swap deal Air Asia – MAS

Posted: 06 Aug 2011 08:28 PM PDT

Soalan: What is in it for both of them?

***

Share swap deal: AirAsia's Fernandes to gain 20% stake in MAS

By WONG SAI WAN
saiwan@thestar.com.my

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia Airlines (MAS) and AirAsia will swap shares in a surprise deal which will see Tan Sri Tony Fernandes becoming the single biggest shareholder.

Khazanah Nasional Bhd, which owns over 69% of MAS, is said to have concluded negotiations with Fernandes to come up with a deal to save the national carrier.

Sources said the deal, which was struck last week after negotiations over the past year, became urgent after MAS' poor showing in the last two quarters.

Fernandes is set to get 20% of MAS equity under the deal that is to be signed next week, with some sources saying it has already received the Government's approval and could be inked by tomorrow.

Industry players expressed surprise at the deal because of past animosity between the management of the two airlines.

Those who were aware of the negotiations were also surprised at the speed at which it was concluded.

At present, Khazanah, a strategic investment company, holds about 69% stake in MAS, and under the deal with Tune Air Sdn Bhd, it will get a similar stake in AirAsia. Fernandes and his co-founder partner Datuk Kamarudin Meranun hold 26.28% in the world's biggest budget airline.

Fernandes declined to comment when asked about the deal.

Insiders in both airlines confirmed that the negotiations concentrated on the synergy such a share swap would bring.

First, there will be rationalising of routes. Between them, the two airlines cover most of the lucrative routes from Asia to Europe.

Second, when they are seen as a single unit, their bargaining power with airports and aircraft manufacturers will double, said a source close to the deal.

He pointed to the recent move to merge SapuraCrest Petroleum and Kencana Petro-leum via a share swap as an example for the AirAsia-MAS deal.

Insiders said it was unlikely the two airlines would merge into a single unit, but would operate though separate managements at operational level, while sharing common directors and policies.

Malaysia will get the best of both worlds a premier full-service carrier in MAS and the best budget carrier in AirAsia.

"They have been competing with each other for too long, and it's time to work together because there is more than enough to go around," said a senior government official.

The official added that the "feud" between the two had been going on for 10 years since Fernandes and others took over the ailing AirAsia from DRB Hicom.

AirAsia is twice as big as MAS in terms of market capitalisation. MAS is worth about RM5.3bil, while Fernandes' outfit is worth slightly more than RM11bil.

AirAsia stocks closed at RM3.95 per share yesterday while MAS' was at RM1.60.

A news portal, The Malaysian Insider, which broke the story of the deal yesterday, reported that Fernandes would likely appoint Khazanah's executive director of investments Mohd Rashdan Mohd Yusof as chief operating officer after the share swap. Rashdan already sits on the MAS board.

Sources said no decision was made about the position of MAS CEO Tengku Datuk Azmil Zahruddin.

MAS recorded a first quarter net loss of RM242.3mil against a profit of RM310.6mil in the same period last year. Analysts expect the national carrier to make full-year operating losses due to high fuel costs and falling yields.

In contrast, AirAsia recorded a first quarter profit of RM171.9mil for this year and a record RM1.5bil in profits for 2010.

Sources said the merger would also force the two airlines to take stock of their future aircraft purchases if they are to enjoy any synergy.

AirAsia purchased 200 Airbus A320 aircraft earlier this year with an option to buy another 100, while MAS was set to make a decision on the replacement aircraft for its Boeing 747 and 777 fleet, which is more than 20 years old.


‘Serangan JAIS’ Ke Atas Gereja: Tanya Diri Kita Dulu!

Posted: 06 Aug 2011 08:24 PM PDT

'SERANGAN JAIS' KE ATAS GEREJA: TANYA DIRI KITA DULU!
Prof Madya Dr Mohd Asri Zainul Abidin
(sertai facebook DrMAZA.com dan twitter realDrMAZA)

 

Saya belum ingin mengulas tentang 'serangan' atau serbuan JAIS ke atas sebuah gereja di Petaling Jaya seperti yang disiarkan oleh berita beberapa hari ini di sudut tindakan 'serangan' itu. Cumanya, seperti mana yang kita ketahui bahawa tiada manusia yang bertamadun yang boleh menerima tindakan provokasi yang boleh mencetuskan permusuhan antara penganut agama tanpa alasan yang sah. Saya ingin menyentuh tentang orang-orang Islam yang hadir ke majlis tersebut yang dikatakan oleh pihak media hadir mereka terpengaruh dengan agama Kristian disebabkan sikap baik penganut agama berkenaan membantu mereka. Difahamkan bahawa orang-orang Islam yang hadir, terutama ibu-ibu tunggal terdiri dari kalangan mereka yang amat daif dan miskin. Mereka telah berulang kali memohon bantuan dari masyarakat Islam, tetapi gagal. Apabila ada pihak yang sudi menghulurkan bantuan dengan mudah, maka mereka rasa 'jatuh hati' dan 'terhutang budi'. Di sini beberapa persoalan patut ditimbulkan;

 

1. Ke mana perginya wang zakat kita? Ratusan juta hasil kutipan yang diumumkan saban tahun, apakah tidak mampu untuk membantu fakir miskin ini keluar dari kesusahan mereka sehingga tidak perlu meminta 'sedekah' kepada orang lain?

2. Mengapa kerenah birokrasi begitu tinggi untuk fakir miskin mendapatkan bantuan zakat? Semua orang yang pernah berurusan dengan hal ini, akan ada pengalaman mereka sendiri. Untuk mendapatkan RM 100-200 pun, begitu banyak kerenahnya. Sedangkan pejabat zakat kelihatan mewah, gaji pegawai dan bos begitu tinggi dan peralatan urusan juga begitu canggih. Apakah belanja yang tinggi itu hanya untuk urusan mencari pembayar, tetapi tiada kesungguhan yang memadai untuk mencari penerima yang layak?

3. Tujuan zakat antaranya untuk mendekatkan hati manusia dengan Islam. Sebab itu, ada hak untuk golongan muallaf. Bagaimanakah mungkin pengurusan zakat gagal melakukan hal ini, sehingga yang sudah muslim ingin meninggalkan Islam kerana gagal mendapat bantuan dari umat Islam khususnya zakat?!

4. Bukan sesuatu yang haram untuk seseorang muslim menerima bantuan daripada bukan muslim. Apatahlagi, jika mereka dalam kesusahan yang amat. Tindakan mereka menerima bantuan tidak boleh dipersalahkan, sebaliknya perbuatan pihak muslim yang sepatutnya memberi bantuan kepada mereka tetapi tidak melakukannya itulah yang patut disalahkan.

5. Jika dibincangkan disudut bantuan, pada asasnya, kita tidak boleh menyalahkan orang lain kerana memberikan bantuan. Adalah menjadi hak setiap orang untuk memberikan bantuan kepada sesiapa yang mereka mahu. Selagi mengikut peraturan dan undang-undang, seseorang boleh memberikan bantuan kepada sesiapa sahaja tanpa terbatas dengan agama atau bangsa. Janganlah jika kita gagal membantu –sedangkan kita mampu- kita menyalahkan orang lain yang membantu.

6. Setiap orang akan terpengaruh dengan pihak yang berbuat baik kepadanya. Itu fitrah manusia. Jika dia lemah iman, mungkin agamanya juga diserahkan. Mereka yang terpengaruh dengan pihak gereja atas budi baik, itu sesuatu yang tidak pelik. Namun yang pelik, bagaimana dalam negara Islam, umat kita boleh menukar agama disebabkan layanan yang tidak memuaskan oleh masyarakat muslim? Sebaliknya mereka terpengaruh dengan sikap baik penganut agama lain. Apakah slogan-slogan agama kita selamat ini hanya kosmetik yang tidak berpijak kepada realiti kehidupan?

Maka, banyak persoalan perlu masyarakat muslim tanya diri sendiri sebelum menyalahkan orang lain. Tabiat menuding jari kepada orang lain untuk menutup kelemahan sendiri tidak akan dapat menyelesaikan masalah kita!


Mengapa Cemburu Orang Lain Beri Bantuan Kepada Umat Islam?

Posted: 07 Aug 2011 02:17 AM PDT

Asri: Bukan haram umat Islam terima bantuan agama lain

KUALA LUMPUR, 7 Ogos — Prof Madya Dr Mohd Asri Zainul Abidin menegaskan "bukan sesuatu haram" jika umat Islam menerima bantuan daripada mana-mana penganut agama lain termasuk Kristian sekiranya terpaksa berbuat demikian.

Bekas mufti Perlis berkata sikap umat Islam yang enggan menghulurkan bantuan sesama mereka menyebabkan ramai golongan miskin terpaksa bergantung kepada orang bukan Islam.

"Bukan sesuatu yang haram untuk seseorang Muslim menerima bantuan daripada bukan Muslim. Apatah lagi, jika mereka dalam kesusahan yang amat. Tindakan mereka menerima bantuan tidak boleh dipersalahkan, sebaliknya perbuatan pihak Muslim yang sepatutnya memberi bantuan kepada mereka tetapi tidak melakukannya itulah yang patut disalahkan.

"Jika dibincangkan di sudut bantuan, pada asasnya kita tidak boleh menyalahkan orang lain kerana memberikan bantuan. Adalah menjadi hak setiap untuk memberikan bantuan kepada sesiapa yang mereka mahu," kata beliau sambil menambah, mana-mana bantuan dibenarkan selagi mengikut peraturan dan undang-undang.

Tegas Asri, beliau difahamkan umat Islam yang hadir dalam satu majlis makan malam muhibah di Gereja Methodist Damansara Utama dekat Petaling Jaya, Rabu lalu adalah untuk mendapatkan bantuan yang gagal dilaksanakan agensi agama Islam melalui pemberian zakat.

Jelas beliau, kemungkinan umat Islam yang hadir itu "terpengaruh" dengan agama Kristan disebabkan sikap baik penganutnya membantu mereka.

"Difahamkan bahawa orang-orang Islam yang hadir, terutama ibu-ibu tunggal terdiri dari kalangan mereka yang amat daif dan miskin.

"Mereka telah berulang kali memohon bantuan dari masyarakat Islam, tetapi gagal. Apabila ada pihak yang sudi menghulurkan bantuan dengan mudah, maka mereka rasa 'jatuh hati' dan 'terhutang budi'," katanya.

Asri berkata demikian sebagai respons terhadap laporan dua akhbar berbahasa Malaysia hari ini yang mengatakan pihak gereja menawarkan wang tunai, makanan dan tempat tinggal kepada umat Islam.

Akhbar Berita Harian edisi semalam di bawah tajuk "Sogok wang gadai akidah" melaporkan ada pihak yang berselindung disebalik pertubuhan amal dengan menawarkan pelbagai bantuan kepada umat Islam seterusnya meminta mereka keluar daripada agama itu

Selain itu, akhbar tabloid Harian Metro juga mengatakan perkara sama di bawah tajuk di muka depan "Kami diberi Bible versi Melayu."

Akhbar itu mendakwa penganut Kristian menggunakan "pendekatan lembut" untuk menarik umat Islam.

Kontroversi ini berlaku selepas Jabatan Agama Islam Selangor (Jais) menyerbu satu majlis makan malam muhibah di Gereja Methodist Damansara Utama.

Pada malam Rabu lalu, kira-kira 30 anggota polis dan pihak berkuasa Jais memasuki premis gereja itu tanpa waran kira-kira 10 malam.

Bagaimanapun tindakan Jais itu mendapat kritikan banyak pihak.

Exco Kerajaan Negeri Selangor Datuk Dr Hasan Ali mempertahankan atas alasan ada bukti pihak terbabit mahu memurtadkan umat Islam.

Tambah Asri, semua pihak tidak sepatutnya menyalahkan penganut Kristian yang menghulurkan bantuan, sebaliknya persoalan itu ditanya kepada diri sendiri.

Jelas beliau, sekiranya wang zakat digunakan secara telus mustahil umat Islam perlu meminta bantuan daripada penganut agama lain.

"Ke mana perginya wang zakat kita? Ratusan juta hasil kutipan yang diumumkan saban tahun, apakah tidak mampu untuk membantu fakir miskin ini keluar dari kesusahan mereka sehingga tidak perlu meminta 'sedekah' kepada orang lain? Mengapa kerenah biokrasi begitu tinggi untuk fakir miskin mendapatkan bantuan zakat? Semua orang yang pernah berurusan dengan hal ini, akan ada pengalaman mereka sendiri. Untuk mendapatkan RM100 hingga RM200 pun, begitu banyak kerenahnya.

"Sedangkan pejabat zakat kelihatan mewah, gaji pegawai dan bos begitu tinggi dan peralatan urusan juga begitu canggih. Apakah belanja yang tinggi itu hanya untuk urusan mencari pembayar, tetapi tiada kesungguhan yang memadai untuk mencari penerima yang layak? Tujuan zakat antaranya untuk mendekatkan hati manusia dengan Islam. Sebab itu, ada hak untuk golongan mualaf. Bagaimanakah mungkin pengurusan zakat gagal melakukan hal ini, sehingga yang sudah Muslim ingin meninggalkan Islam kerana gagal mendapat bantuan daripada umat Islam khususnya zakat?"
soalnya.

Justeru Asri meminta supaya tidak bersangka buruk kepada pihak yang bersedia menghulurkan bantuan kepada umat Islam.

"Janganlah jika kita gagal membantu sedangkan kita mampu tapi kita menyalahkan orang lain yang membantu. Setiap orang akan terpengaruh dengan pihak yang berbuat baik kepadanya. Itu fitrah manusia. Jika dia lemah iman, mungkin agamanya juga diserahkan. Mereka yang terpengaruh dengan pihak gereja atas budi baik, itu sesuatu yang tidak pelik.

"Namun yang pelik, bagaimana dalam negara Islam, umat kita boleh menukar agama disebabkan layanan yang tidak memuaskan oleh masyarakat Muslim? Sebaliknya mereka terpengaruh dengan sikap baik penganut agama lain. Apakah slogan-slogan agama kita selamat ini hanya kosmetik yang tidak berpijak kepada realiti kehidupan?," katanya. -TMI


Nur tiada pilihan

SEREMBAN: "Saya tiada pilihan melainkan menerima bantuan makanan dan wang daripada pihak gereja," kata seorang wanita mahu dikenali sebagai Nur, 40, yang mendakwa sering mendapat cemuhan segelintir pihak kerana mendapat bantuan daripada gereja untuk menyara kehidupannya sekeluarga.

Menurut ibu kepada empat cahaya mata itu, dia kini tidak dapat bekerja kerana menghidap pelbagai penyakit, terutama asma, kencing manis, darah tinggi dan buasir.

"Saya sedar tidak sepatutnya menerima bantuan daripada gereja, namun saya terdesak kerana memikirkan hidup anak yang mahu bersekolah dan makan. Oleh itu, saya terpaksa mengambil bantuan itu," katanya ketika ditemui di rumah di Ampangan, di sini, semalam.

Nur yang pernah bekerja sebagai pembantu akaun mendakwa, dia terpaksa berhenti kerana masalah penyakit itu dan pernah beberapa kali pergi ke jabatan berkaitan, namun dicemuh umpama peminta sedekah.

"Saya sedih kerana pihak berkenaan yang sepatutnya membantu enggan melayan saya, sebaliknya saya ditolak ke sana sini hanya kerana bantuan berjumlah RM70.


"Yang membuatkan saya sedih adalah ketika mengenangkan nasib anak yang kadangkala tidak makan, malah yuran tuisyen dan sekolah mereka juga sudah lama tertunggak," katanya yang reda dengan keadaan itu.

Menceritakan bagaimana dia berjumpa seorang pendakwah gereja, Nur mendakwa, dia disapa oleh wanita berkenaan April tahun lalu ketika dia kesedihan kerana permohonan untuk mendapatkan bantuan tidak berjaya.

"Dia (pendakwah gereja) kemudian menyarankan saya mendapatkan bantuan gereja milik mereka iaitu barang makanan berserta wang tunai.

"Saya tiada pilihan, malah hampir setahun saya menerima bantuan itu. Pihak gereja yang lebih inisiatif untuk tampil membantu nasib wanita seperti saya," katanya.

Dakwanya, setiap bulan pihak gereja membawa keperluan harian ke rumahnya, malah selalu menghubunginya untuk bertanyakan jika mempunyai masalah lain.

"Saya dan anak turut ditawarkan untuk tinggal di asrama mereka, malah mereka berjanji untuk membantu menyelesaikan yuran tuisyen dan sekolah anak.

"Namun, sampai bila saya dan anak harus mengharapkan bantuan pihak gereja, sedangkan saya beragama Islam," katanya.

Menurutnya, dia berharap ada sinar di penghujung hidupnya dan anaknya untuk mendapatkan bantuan daripada pihak tertentu.

"Jika mampu bekerja, saya akan cuba menyara hidup ini, namun Allah masih sayangkan kami apabila saya diuji dengan pelbagai ujian hidup," katanya.-hm



Ulasan GB

GB bersetuju dengan pandangan Dr. MAZA tersebut.

Ia terbukti di dalam kes yang dilampirkan iaitu seorang ibu yang sedang menderita pelbagai penyakit, terpaksa menyara anak seramai empat orang dan disisihkan oleh masyarakat Islam sendiri. Apatah lagi permohonannya untuk mendapatkan dari kerajaan/Baitul-Mal ditolak. Sekarang siapa yang berdosa?

Jika tuan-tuan dan puan-puan mengalami nasib serupanya dan tiada tempat lain untuk mengadu, di saat itu ada pihak yang prihatin menghulurkan bantuan mengapa tidak dibolehkan untuk menerimanya? Sementelah lagi TIADA AKAD menerima bantuan MESTI masuk Kristian.

Mungkin dikhuatiri TERHUTANG BUDI, itu mungkin, TETAPI, sekali lagi GB bertanya siapa yang berdosa? Mana umat Islam, mana gerakan dakwah, mana ISMA, mana ABIM, mana UMNO, mana Baitul-Mal, mana Jabatan Kebajikan Masyarakat, mana Berita Harian, mana Utusan, mana harakahdaily, mana UG, mana Hassan Ali, mana JAINS dan JAIS, mana sekalian yang berlagak hero nak pertahankan aqidah umat Islam? Apa yang kamu telah lakukan dan sumbangkan terhadap saudaramu yang menderita itu?

Apa yang nak dijawab di depan Tuhan nanti?


Rancangan Jahat UMNO-SPR: 17,000 Pengundi Bertindan Di Selangor

Posted: 07 Aug 2011 12:36 AM PDT

Semangat Bersih 2.0 tidak terhenti pada 9 Julai. Ia akan terus disemarakkan sehingga lapan tuntutan yang terkandung dalam memorandum kepada Yang DiPertuan Agong dipenuhi Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya (SPR).

Ini yang ditegaskan Pengarah Pilihan Raya Dewan Pemuda PAS Pusat, Mohd Sany Hamzan (gambar) yang juga Timbalan Ketua Pemuda PAS Selangor. Ikuti butiran lanjut mengenai perkara ini sebagaimana dinyatakan dalam wawancara Editor Harakah, DATO' TARMIZI MOHD JAM dan Wartawan NYZA AYOB pada 28 Julai lalu.

Momentum Bersih 2.0 akan mati jika PAS tidak "memanaskannya" dalam bentuk pelbagai aktiviti di semua peringkat. Bagaimana PAS dapat mobilisasi perkara ini?

MOHD SANY HAMZAN: Mungkin saya boleh tekankan di peringkat Jabatan Pilihan Raya dan Lajnah Mobilisasi dan Demokrasi Badan Perhubungan PAS Negeri Selangor. Di peringkat PAS Selangor, kita minta di semua Pusat Khidmat Masyarakat, Adun atau Penyelaras Dun, Ahli Majlis serta penjawat awam di Selangor sekiranya ingin mengedarkan kad ucapan Hari Raya, lapan tuntutan Bersih itu dimasukkan dalam kad ucapan tersebut.
Begitu juga sekiranya pihak berkenaan menyediakan sampul duit raya. Lapan tuntutan Bersih itu mesti dicetak di sampul duit raya tersebut. Selain itu kita juga berharap risalah berkenaan tuntutan tersebut diedarkan di masjid-masjid dan surau di Selangor. Ia boleh dimanfaatkan di bulan Ramadan ini kerana ramai mengunjungi masjid dan surau sepanjang bulan ini.

Tentang kempen "Kuningkan Sabtu". Kenapa tidak Pemuda PAS sahaja yang mempelopori kempen ini dengan memperkenalkan pelbagai program pada setiap Sabtu?

Memang kami ada mengeluarkan arahan kepada Pemuda PAS di setiap negeri dan kawasan. Sebenarnya Pemuda PAS di negeri dan kawasan cuba untuk melaksanakan program untuk menghidupkan Bersih ini. Cuma kita nampak sekarang ini Umno dan BN menggunakan polis untuk memerangi momentum Bersih ini. Apabila ada kalangan Pemuda PAS atau Pakatan Rakyat memakai baju Bersih, mereka akan dicekup. Kita tidak tahu sebenarnya apa yang menyebabkan polis bertindak demikian.

Apakah yang menyebabkan mereka takut dengan baju kuning dan lapan tuntutan kita itu? Tuntutan kita adalah tuntutan munasabah. Kita bukan hendak merusuh atau melakukan revolusi atau ingin menumbangkan kerajaan dengan mengadakan demonstrasi di jalan raya. Lapan tuntutan seperti celup dakwat, tempoh berkempen 100 hari dan akses kepada media merupakan tuntutan yang kita kira munasabah.

Tetapi apabila kita hendak menghidupkan 'Kuningkan Sabtu', BN menggunakan polis untuk menghalang setiap program yang kita lakukan. Walau bagaimanapun, kita tetap akan teruskan dengan pelbagai program pada setiap Sabtu tetapi dengan program-program seperti yang kita nyatakan di atas sempena Ramadan ini. Kita juga boleh menyatakan sokongan kita dengan menyemarakkan 'semangat kuning' ini dengan mengenakan tema kuning pada Aidilfitri nanti. Itu sebagai tanda sokongan yang penuh simbolik.

Apa langkah Pemuda PAS untuk menyedarkan masyarakat di luar bandar khususnya di kalangan orang Melayu yang tidak mendapat maklumat benar tentang Bersih 2.0 ini?

Kita juga meminta Pemuda PAS dan Jawatankuasa PAS kawasan mempergiatkan aktiviti memberi penerangan kepada masyarakat mengenai apa yang kita tuntut kepada SPR pada 9 Julai lalu supaya dapat dijelaskan kepada masyarakat luar bandar. Saya kira masyarakat luar bandar dan pinggir bandar yang mempunyai akses kepada media dan internet mungkin sudah mengetahui dan memahami tentang lapan tuntutan Bersih ini.

Mungkin masalah tentang memahami perkara ini timbul di kalangan masyarakat luar bandar. Kami akan menerbitkan poster dan kalendar 2012 yang menerangkan mengenai lapan tuntutan Bersih ini. Kami juga telah mengeluarkan arahan kepada PAS kawasan menjual kalendar Bersih ini dengan harga yang amat murah. Dan kita minta kalendar ini dibingkaikan dan ditampal di rumah masing-masing. Maknanya setiap rumah ahli atau penyokong PAS ini mesti mempunyai poster dan kalendar Bersih dan digantung di tempat yang menjadi tumpuan tetamu. Sekurang-kurangnya tetamu yang datang itu, jika dia belum memahami atau langsung tidak mengetahui apa itu tuntutan Bersih, akan bertanya kepada tuan rumah.

Ini cara untuk menterjemahkan Bersih?

Lapan tuntutan ini sebenarnya boleh diterjemahkan. Selain itu kita juga meminta kerjasama Lajnah Penerangan dan Lajnah Tarbiah supaya semua ustaz-ustaz menggunakan sedikit waktu apabila memberi tazkirah atau kuliah agama tentang mengapa perlunya untuk mengembalikan pilihan raya yang adil, bebas dan saksama dalam sistem demokrasi di negara ini.

Di peringkat Pemuda PAS Pusat, Lajnah IT sedang menyiapkan cakera padat (CD) yang akan kita edarkan kepada 1.2 juta warga kota yang akan balik bercuti sempena hari raya nanti. Itu antara perancangan kita bagi mobilisasi kelangsungan aktiviti Bersih 2.0 ini. Kita tidak mahu ia mati pada 9 Julai.

Ramai yang beranggapan tuntutan Bersih 2.0 ini hanya untuk kepentingan politik. Bagaimana Pemuda PAS hendak menangkis dakwaan ini?

Ini bukan politik. Kami kira tuntutan Bersih 2.0 ini bukan hanya melibatkan golongan pembangkang. Sebagaimana yang kita lihat pada Debat 'Apa Selepas 9 Julai?' baru-baru ini, Timbalan Menteri Pengajian Tinggi, Dato' Saifuddin Abdullah turut menyokong tuntutan Bersih 2.0. Dalam ceramah-ceramah kita yang menyentuh mengenai Bersih 2.0 ini, kita sanggup kalah seribu tahun lagi selagi sistem pilihan raya kita tidak adil.

Selepas Debat 'Apa Selepas 9 Julai?', tidak nampak ada banyak diskusi dianjur tentang Bersih seperti forum dan seminar. Kenapa kesuraman ini berlaku?

Di peringkat Dewan Pemuda PAS Pusat, melalui jabatan pilihan raya, kita telah mengumpul data-data dan bukti pertindihan seorang pengundi yang boleh mengundi dua kawasan parlimen. Ia melibatkan perkara-perkara teknikal. Sebab itu saya tidak mahu menguarkannya dahulu. Baru-baru ini sewaktu kami membuat laporan polis mengenai perkara ini, kita cuma mendedahkan empat dan lima nama sahaja. Kami dapati kad pengenalan lama dia betul tapi my kad dia empat angka terakhir diubah. Sebagai contoh dalam kad pengenalan asal namanya Mohd tapi dalam mykad diubah kepada Muhd. Yang perempuan pula contohnya ejaan Binti ditukar kepada Bt. Jadi dia boleh mengundi di lokasi yang berbeza.

Bagaimana ini boleh terjadi? Sedangkan pengerusi SPR mengatakan data ini sudah dibersihkan...

Insya-Allah perkara ini kami akan dedahkan secara besar-besaran. Di Selangor, kami dapat dedahkan hampir 17,000 pengundi yang bertindan yang dapat mengundi di kawasan parlimen yang berbeza dalam satu-satu pilihan raya. Jabatan Pilihan Raya di setiap PAS negeri juga tengah mengumpulkan bukti. Pada 4 Ogos nanti bertempat di Hotel De Palma, Ampang, kita akan mengadakan forum bagi menjawab semula jawapan diberikan SPR dalam Debat 'Apa Selepas 9 Julai?' baru- baru ini. Kita akan menjawab semula segala jawapan yang diberikan SPR berdasarkan buku yang diedarkan badan tersebut. Kita juga akan menjawab segala persoalan kenapa relevan lapan tuntutan tersebut.


Kelantan Tiada Ancaman Penyebaran Kristian

Posted: 06 Aug 2011 10:14 PM PDT

Kota Bharu - Kerajaan Negeri mengesahkan tiada ancaman berhubung penyebaran agama Kristian di kalangan masyarakat Islam di Kelantan setakat ini dan jika ada laporan rasmi pihaknya akan segera menjalankan siasatan.

Pengerusi Jawatankuasa Pembangunan Islam, Pendidikan dan Dakwah negeri, Datuk Mohamad Amar Nik Abdullah berkata, pihaknya tidak menerima laporan rasmi mengenai perkara itu dan jika ada tindakan susulan pasti dilakukan.

"Secara rasminya tiada laporan diterima dan jika ada Kerajaan Negeri melalui agensi berkaitan akan menyiasat kesahihannya sebelum tindakan lanjut diambil.

"Setakat ini Kelantan tiada lagi ancaman nyata berkaitan penyebaran agama itu dan Kerajaan Negeri tidak menerima mana-mana laporan rasmi terdapatnya usaha murtadkan masyarakat Islam di negeri ini," katanya kepada Sinar Harian, semalam.

Beliau berkata, demikian ketika mengulas laporan akhbar mengenai wujudnya penyebaran agama itu secara halus di kalangan masyarakat Islam khususnya golongan ibu tunggal, mualaf dan miskin di beberapa negeri tanpa disedari.

Menurutnya, pihaknya melalui Jabatan Hal Ehwal Agama Islam dan Adat Istiadat Melayu Kelantan (JHEAIK) sentiasa bersedia menjalankan siasatan jika menerima laporan rasmi mengenai kewujudan perkara itu.

Katanya, pemantauan terhadap gereja-gereja pula hanya boleh dilakukan selepas adanya laporan rasmi diterima dan pihaknya tiada hak untuk memasukinya sesuka hati.

Mohamad Amar berkata, penuntut UiTM, Mohamad Fariz Ilham Mohd Zulkifli, 19 yang cuba keluar Islam pada 24 April lalu di Mahkamah Tinggi Syariah Kota Bharu pula bukan berlaku di Kelantan tetapi di Terengganu.

"Pelajar berasal dari Kelantan itu sudah insaf dan kini dibawah pengawasan JHEAIK selama enam bulan selepas diperintah menjalani beberapa hukuman," katanya.

Menurutnya, pelbagai pendekatan termasuk program keagamaan berterusan dilaksanakan pihaknya dalam usaha mengelak perkara seumpama itu berlaku seperti meningkatkan usaha dakwah di seluruh negeri.

Sebagai contoh, katanya, program bulan sembahyang, bertadarus, kewujudan unit halaqat dan sebagainya dilakukan demi mendekati umat Islam dan memberi kefahaman mendalam kepada masyarakat mengenai agama Islam.

Mohamad Amar berkata, pihaknya turut menyalurkan peruntukan kepada Yayasan Islam Kelantan dan menambah peruntukan kepada guru-guru agama supaya dapat melaksanakan dakwah lebih berkesan di Kelantan. -SH


'Banyak usaha pujuk umat Islam murtad'

KUALA LUMPUR: Mufti Perak, Tan Sri Harussani Zakaria, berkata banyak usaha dilakukan pihak tertentu untuk mempengaruhi dan memurtadkan umat Islam di negara ini, namun tiada tindakan diambil pihak berkuasa agama Islam termasuk pimpinan tertinggi bagi menyekat aktiviti berkenaan.

Beliau berkata, keadaan itu menyebabkan bukan saja ramai umat Islam memeluk Kristian, malah ada yang memeluk agama Hindu dan agama lain terutama saudara baru seperti India Muslim.

"Apabila saya dedahkan laporan Persatuan Paderi Malaysia yang mengisytiharkan lebih 230,000 umat Islam memeluk Kristian pada 2008, tiada tindakan diambil, malah kata saya itu didustakan.

"Hakikatnya banyak (murtad), bukan sekadar masuk Kristian tapi Hindu pun ramai, saya tahu banyak usaha dibuat bukan Islam untuk pengaruhi Islam, malah ada mengakui poketnya sentiasa ada RM30,000 hingga RM50,000 bagi mempengaruhi umat Islam memasuki agama mereka," katanya ketika ditemui selepas majlis pelancaran Siri Bicara Agung Panggung Dakwah di sini, semalam.

Majlis itu dilancarkan Pengarah Jabatan Agama Islam Wilayah Persekutuan (JAWI), Datuk Che Mat Che Ali.

Harussani berkata, antara strategi diguna gereja mempengaruhi umat Islam termasuk mengadakan aktiviti memberi makanan seperti di sekitar masjid pada waktu solat Jumaat dan Maghrib selain mengedar risalah agama ke rumah dan memberi wang kepada pelajar.

"Pernah terjadi sekumpulan pemimpin dari Subang Jaya termasuk bergelar Datuk berjumpa saya untuk memberitahu ada gereja sebarkan agama pada pelajar, beri duit dan bible dan perkara terbabit dilaporkan pada polis, tapi tiada tindakan. Saya juga hubungi pihak berkuasa, tapi jawapannya, kami nak buat macam mana," katanya.

Beliau yang kesal dengan sikap itu, meminta pimpinan tertinggi membanteras aktiviti berkenaan daripada menjadi serius selaras kedudukan Islam sebagai agama rasmi negara. -BM



LAGI REKRUT TUHAN

Posted: 06 Aug 2011 02:11 PM PDT


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