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Bersepakat itu bergabung ke??

Posted in Life on September 19, 2013 by jabalnurr

Bila ada seruan utk PAS kaji semula Tahalluf Siasi nya dalam PR dan mungkin disyorkan keluar dr PR dan berdiri atas kekuatan sendiri (yg sebenarnya mmg kuat), ada seorang sahabat bertanya: Jadi nak suruh PAS keluar dan join UMNO ka? atau join ISMA ke atau bagaimana…

Pandangan saya:

Tak semesti gabung dan leburkan identiti diri. Pada permulaan ni, paling2 kurang bersepakat dan satukan kata2 dalam isu kepentingan umat islam bersama – cth isu nama suci Allah; isu keislaman anak muallaf; isu murtad; isu pengukuhan ekonomi melayu islam; isu menguatkan jatidiri melayu islam; isu sosial orang islam; isu bahasa; isu hiburan; isu anak muda islam; isu pergolakan suami isteri; isu tak solat; isu tak solat jemaah di masjid; isu tak puasa; isu pendidikan anak2; isu kekeluargaan; isu zakat; isu kewangan islam dan riba; isu penegasan islam sebagai identiti dan agama negara; isu tak reti baca quran; isu sikitnya baca quran; isu itu isu ini dan sebenarnya banyak lagi isu2 yg boleh diusahakan bersama.

Cumanya, mungkin sesetengah isu ni tak dapat political mileage secara direct dan mengambil masa yg tidak pendek, especially bagi parti2 yg terlibat dlm pilihanraya menjadikan usaha ini tidak begitu menggiurkan kerana bagi parti2, undi adalah ‘wang’ dan survival. Oleh itu, semua orang kena berjiwa besar dan sanggup terlepas sekejap peluang2 short term untuk raih undi mudah demi kemajuan dan perkembangan umat islam.

Hakikatnya sebenarnya, tak semestinya terlibat dalam politik pun boleh diperjuangkan. Buktinya, kami sendiri di ISMA sedang usahakan bbrp isu2 ni dalam pelbagai bentuk – pendidikan; jadi pressure group; usaha meningkatkan kesedaran melalui kempen2, pembentukan2 usrah dan halaqah (masuk pendidikan jg tp lebih menjurus dan lebih kuat penekanannya); roadshow kesedaran; kempen rumah ke rumah; kempen di tempat2 awam (pasaraya, stesen lrt/ktm) dan sebenarnya banyak lagi usaha2 lain yg boleh dibuat; secara berkumpulan (sebaiknya begitulah berdasarkan sunnah nabi utk berjamaah/berkumpulan) atau secara individu. Baru2 ni semasa persidangan #NamaSuciAllah di Mahkamah Putrajaya, ada seorang brother bernama Zaidel, dgn penuh kesedaran, datang secara individu utk bagi sokongan, bahkan siap tampil ke hadapan berpidato tentang #NamaSuciAllah.

– Gambar. Kafilah Dakwah anjuran ISMA di cawangan –

– Gambar. Antara kempen pendidikan anjuran ISMA – 

Mungkin ada yg tertanya, dah ISMA claim buat macam2, tp macam tak nampak pun hasilnya?? Saya setuju kita mendambakan efek dan kesan yg lebih besar. Tapi usaha kami masih limited dgn dengan had2 sunnah Allah. Aktivis2 ISMA yg aktif hanyalah ribuan dan limitation kewangan dan infrastruktur, tak cukup utk membuat macam2 usaha nih utk efek seluruh malaysia ini.

– Gambar. Konvensyen Memperingati 500 Tahun Kejatuhan Empayar Melayu Melaka (KEMM) pada tahun lepas – 

Oleh itu, kami sentiasa mengharapkan sahabat2 lain dapat bersama kami wp tak bergabung dgn kami utk sama2 sokong2 usaha2 ni demi kebaikan umat Islam di Malaysia khasnya dan di seluruh dunia. Mana tahu atas hasil usaha kita ni, Malaysia menjadi antara ‘hub islam dunia’ dan menjadi pusat kepada negara2 Islam lain sepertimana pernah berlaku di zaman Kerajaan Melayu Islam Melaka dahulu?

La hawla wa la quwwata illa billah.

Wallahu’alam.

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Jom ke Simposium MEGA 2013!! Daftar sekarang!

Simposium Mendepani Agenda Asing (MEGA 2013) – Melayu dalam Krisis Kepimpinan

http://ancamanterhadapislam.com

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HJbRTg3PmHs

Demo meme crazy….

Posted in Life with tags , , , , , on July 4, 2013 by jabalnurr

Berita sedih bagi umat Islam. 

Morsi yg dipilih oleh rakyat dalam pilihanraya digulingkan hanya kerana set2 Fulul & Liberal tak menang. Perlembagaan yg dicadangkan oleh Morsi juga digantung walaupun mendapat konsensus rakyat dalam pungutan suara. Jadi aku tak faham, habis tang mana yang dikatakan Morsi dan Ikhwan Muslimin ambil alih secara tak sah sampaikan nak buat demo sampai bunuh2 orang??

Menambah garam di luka lagi, Supreme Constitutional Court, Adli al-Mansour, pulak dilantik interim head of state. Korang tahu sape si Adli nih? Dia adalah…..drum roll please……KEKASIH MUBARAK. Dilantik sejak zaman Murabak lagi dan walaupun telah digulingkan, Mubarak tak pernah pun duduk merempat dalam penjara (skrg duk ‘dipenjara-rumahkan’ (house arrest) di Sharm El-Sheikh*). Korang jangan bayang penjara Mesir macam penjara di Mesia siap dgn makanan; ni stock2 penjara macam dungeon dalam cerita medieval Britain.

Ironis sungguh set2 Fulul yg tulul nih. Buat revolusi jatuhkan Mubarak, then gulingkan Presiden yg DILANTIK OLEH RAKYAT melalui pilihanraya yang depa sendiri suruh buat, then lantik balik Adli macai Mubarak! Might as well letak balik Mubarak kat situ! Hampeh.

Dan selepas ni depa tahu kalau depa buat pilihanraya balik, Morsi atau mana2 ahli Ikhwanul Muslimin akan naik balik sebab memang depa disokong rakyat. Jadi sebagai true blue dictator, cara utk tanak bagi IM atau mana2 Islamis naik balik adalah…..? Yes, you guessed. Tangkap atau senang2 bunuh je depa2 nih dah campak dalam penjara supaya rakyat takleh nk pilih sebab tak muncul atas kertas undi. 

Sekarang barulah faham, rupanya ‘Democracy’ ni hanyalah kira aci kalau set2 depa (ie set2 Fulul atau mana2 proxy Barat) menang. Kalau depa tak menang maknanya demokrasi tak dijalankan dengan betul dan banyak penyelewengan berlaku. Yeah, right. 

Mesir menjadi contoh apa yg berlaku bila demokrasi memenangkan puak2 Islamis. Sebelum ni dibuktikan di Gaza, dan sebelum tu dibuktikan di Algeria bila parti FIS (islamis) menang.

Demokrasi utk dia, democrazy utk para islamis yg menang. 

Korang tengoklah nanti akan ada set2 muslim liberal di malaysia ni akan cuba spin kejatuhan Morsi ni sebagai satu bentuk puak ‘konservatif’, jumud dan tak faham hakikat islam yg menyebabkan rakyat tolak dan dia akan sprinkle dgn beberapa ayat2 quran atau kisah2 sejarah dan sirah sekali. Mark my word and watch this space.

 

*Bagi yg tatau, Sharm El-Sheikh tempat holiday yg omputeh suka pi….

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Berita berkait

(psst..Al-Jazeera ni pun bukan boleh percaya sangat sebenarnya. Ia sebenarnya didalangi juga oleh set2 Liberal yg gunakan topeng neutral dan islamik utk dekati orang2 yg pro-islamis dan tak layan portal2 berita yg obvious liberalis dan cenderung kpd Barat. Haha, baca balik statement ni nampak macam conspiracy nut lak aku nih. Haha. Lantak korang lah nak percaya ke tak. Korang ada otak boleh verify sendiri. Peace.)

President Morsi overthrown in Egypt

 
 

Morsi reportedly being held with top aides at a military facility after army suspends constitution.

 
Last Modified: 04 Jul 2013 01:25
 
 

The Egyptian army has overthrown President Mohamed Morsi, announcing a roadmap for the country’s political future that will be implemented by a national reconciliation committee.

According to a senior member of the Muslim Brotherhood, Morsi is being held in a military facility with top aides.

“Morsi and the entire presidential team are under house arrest in the Presidential Republican Guards Club,” Gehad El-Haddad, the son of a top Morsi aide, told AFP news agency on Thursday. Haddad’s father, Essam El-Haddad, widely seen as Morsi’s right-hand man, was among those held, he added.

The head of Egypt’s armed forces issued a declaration on Wednesday evening suspending the constitution and appointing the head of the Supreme Constitutional Court, Adly Mansour, as interim head of state.

Mansour would be sworn in on Thursday.

Morsi’s presidential Facebook page quoted the deposed president as saying he rejected the army statement as a military coup.

The ousted leader was believed to be holed up at a Republican Guard barracks in Cairo, surrounded by barbed wire, barriers and troops, but it was not clear whether he was under arrest.

In a televised broadcast, flanked by military leaders, religious authorities and political figures, General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi effectively declared the removal of  Morsi.

Early elections

Sisi called for presidential and parliamentary elections, a panel to review the constitution and a national reconciliation committee that would include youth movements. He said the roadmap had been agreed by a range of political groups.

Islamist supporters of Morsi who have gathered in a Cairo suburb reacted angrily to the announcement by the army.

Some broke up paving stones, forming piles of rocks. Muslim Brotherhood security guards in hard hats and holding sticks formed a cordon around the encampment, close to a mosque. Men and women wept and chanted.

Denouncing military chief Sisi, some shouted: “Sisi is void! Islam is coming! We will not leave!”

Violent clashes

At least 14 people were killed when opponents and supporters of Morsi clashed after the army announced his removal, state media and officials said.

Eight of those reported dead were in the northern city of Marsa Matrouh. Al-Anani Hamouda, a senior provincial security official, said two members of security forces were among those killed in the clashes.

Three people were killed and at least 50 wounded in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria, state news agency MENA reported.

Gunfire broke out as rocks and bricks flew during the fighting, witnesses said.

One of the city’s dead was a woman stabbed in the stomach, MENA said. The other two were men hit by birdshot.

“We are dealing with the situation. … We have called for security reinforcements in the area,” said senior police officer Sherif Abdelhamid.

Three people were also killed in the southern Egyptian city of Minya, including two police, MENA said. It said 14 people were wounded.

Dozens more were wounded in Fayoum, south of Cairo, where unidentified assailants broke into the local offices of the Freedom and Justice Party, the Brotherhood’s political wing, MENA said.

The attackers looted the headquarters and set them on fire, it said.

In Cairo’s Tahrir Square, the security forces looked on as tens of thousands of anti-Morsi protesters rallied in a demonstration that dwarfed that of Morsi supporters in Nasr City, on the opposite side of town.

“Come here O Sisi, Morsi isn’t my president,” the flag-waving protesters chanted in the square, referring to the army chief.

The crowd swelled at nightfall, after a scorching day that saw police officers hand out water to the demonstrators in the middle of Tahrir, epicentre of the 2011 uprising that ended three decades of authoritarian rule by Hosni Mubarak.

‘Revolution re-launched’

Speaking shortly after Sisi’s announcement, liberal opposition leader Mohamed ElBaradei said the “2011 revolution was re-launched” and that the roadmap meets the demand of the protesters.

Egypt’s leading Muslim and Christian clerics also backed the army-sponsored roadmap.

Army Roadmap:
  • Suspending the constitution
  • Constitutional court to declare early presidential elections
  • Chief Justice has presidential powers until elections
  • A technocrat, national government will be formed
  • Securing and guaranteeing freedom of expression
  • All necessary measures will be taken to empower youth
  • Army appeals to Egyptians to steer away from violence

Ahmed al-Tayeb, Grand Sheikh of Al-Azhar, Cairo’s ancient seat of Muslim learning, and Pope Tawadros, the head of the Coptic Church, both made brief statements following the announcement by the head of the armed forces.

Tawadros said the plan offered a political vision and would ensure security for all Egyptians, about 10 percent of whom are Christian. Egypt’s second largest Islamist group, the Nour party, said in a statement that it agreed to the army roadmap in order to avoid further conflict.

Morsi, Egypt’s first freely elected president, came under massive pressure in the run-up to Sunday’s anniversary of his maiden year in office, with his opponents accusing him of failing the 2011 revolution by concentrating power in Islamist hands.

The embattled 62-year-old proposed a “consensus government” as a way out of the country’s worst crisis since the 2011 uprising. But the United States urged Morsi to “do more” as a military deadline passed for him to meet the demands of the people following a week of bloody unrest during mass protests calling for him to quit.

The advice came too late, however, as the army said Mansour, a previously little known judge, would become the new leader of the Arab world’s most populous country.

Re: Isu sebat 22 wanita pesalah syariah di Johor – kronologi utk rujukan

Posted in Life on June 22, 2013 by jabalnurr

Sekarang ini umat islam terpaksa hadapi ancaman thdp ketulenan dan kefahaman Islam sejati dari kalangan umat islam sendiri. Ini berlaku oleh kerana pendidikan nasional selama ini yg tak begitu menekankan pemahaman islam yg syumul sebagai satu cara hidup. Dan ini, sebahagian besar blame memang jatuh ke atas kepala pemerintah yg telah memerintah lebuh setengah abad tapi masih tak berjaya suburkan kefahaman islam sepenuhnya.

1. Laporan berita eksklusif di Bharian. (rujuk attachment utk berita penuh)

2. Peringatan Menteri Datuk Seri Jamil Khir

3. Komen biadap JAG SIS

4. Respon Wanita ISMA

5. Komen biadap Marina Mahathir

6. Wanita ISMA bidas Marina Mahathir (Interview oleh TVISMA)

*Tahniah sekali lagi kepada Wanita ISMA atas kesungguhan mempertahankan Islam.

On penurunan harga kereta…

Posted in Life on June 11, 2013 by jabalnurr

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My comment berkaitan penurunan harga kereta, ada 2 isu berbeza di sini
1) Cost of living tinggi
2) Pembaikan public transportation system

Jadi kalau nak bcg isu penurunan harga kereta kena betul2 decide apa sebenarnya isu sebenarnya (Sori kata berganda) yg membawa kpd solution nak turunkan harga kereta? And for both of the above issues, menurunkan harga kereta mungkin boleh provide some solutions to the above albeit for me it is a short to medium term solution. Not to mention the ‘side effects’ for which the cartoon above aptly point out. 

My concluding point is that the solution must be wholistic instead of terlalu menekankan isu harga kereta seolah2 turun harga kereta maka selesai semua masalah. 

Wallahualam

A quick question…

Posted in Life on February 21, 2010 by jabalnurr

Tadi ada tournament futsal (tapi main di padang rumput besar yang dibahagi-bahagikan) anjuran badan yang Islamik. So ramai pemuda2 yg dtg. Tapi bila masa zohor masuk (1.30), masih ramai yg tido2 dan baring2 kat tepi padang sehinggalah next game restart pada pukul 2 dan mereka terus main. Kalau nk husnu dzon, boleh kata depa2 akan solat lepas main (ie right before asar kul 4.40).

Tapi persoalannya adalah, pada pemerhatian saya, tiada usaha yang dilakukan oleh AJK untuk paling kurang ‘hint’ kepada players yang majoritynya adalah muslim utk pergi solat, kalaupun tak keluarkan arahan untuk pergi solat secara direct. Saya ada terfikir bbrp cara, tapi just nak tahu apa pendapat yg anda method terbaik…

It has been a happy, joyful, confusing year…

Posted in Life with tags , , on December 14, 2009 by jabalnurr

a.k.a. “The Zinnirah Year”

Hari ini cukup satu tahun berlalunya hari yang penuh bersejarah dalam hidup kami berdua suami isteri. Allah mengurniakan kepada kami ‘bungkusan keriangan’ (bundle of joy) sebagai amanah. Kali pertama melihat bayi yang isteri saya pegang membuatkan saya terfikir: “boleh ke jaga nih?” Alhamdulillah. Tak sangka menjaga seorang manusia kecil begitu menyeronokkan :).

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Hari ini hari meraih kemenangan…

Posted in Life on September 20, 2009 by jabalnurr

Saya tak pandai berpuitis mahupun bermadah. Cukuplah kata-kata Nabi kita yang tercinta sebagai kata berbunga daripada saya:

Taqabbalallahu minna wa minkum, taqabbal ya kareem

(Semuga Allah menerima segala amalan kami dan amalan kamu semua, terimalah [Tuhanku] yang Maha Mulia).

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Daripada saya Muadz a.k.a jabalnurr, Maria Ulfa dan baby Zinnirah.

[Btw, tarikh hari raya 20 haribulan ini juga merupakan tarikh hari lahir ayah saya. So, Selamat Hari JaYA (atau RaDI?), Abah! ]