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Majlis Fatwa tidak mahu pertumpahan darah berlaku di negara

Berikut adalah kenyataan Majlis Fatwa Kebangsaan berhubung serbuan Jais:

1. Muzakarah khas jawatankuasa fatwa majlis kebangsaan bagi hal ehwal ugama Islam yang bersidang pada 15 Januari 2014 memandang serius dan amat kecewa apabila para ulama dilempar dengan kata-kata kesat dan diperlekehkan hanya kerana pandangan atau hukum yang dikeluarkan tidak memenuhi kehendak atau memihak kepada golongan tertentu. Sikap tidak menghormati pemimpin (umara) semakin menjadi-jadi seolah satu trend dan budaya masyarakat Islam di Malaysia sejak akhir-akhir ini.

2. Muzakarah juga mengingatkan seluruh umat Islam dan juga bukan Islam bahawa apabila sikap saling hormat-menghormati semakin terhakis, ulama serta umara dicela dan tidak dihormati maka bibit-bibit pergolakan akan mula dirasai. Kita tidak mahu pergolakan dan pertumpahan darah yang berlaku di sesetengah negara berlaku di negara kita Malaysia.

3. Muzakarah meminta seluruh umat Islam supaya sentiasa menjaga keharmonian dan kedaulatan negara kerana Islam mewajibkan seluruh umat Islam agar bersatu dengan mentaati Allah, Rasul dan pemimpin yang dilantik secara sah oleh rakyat. Perbuatan mencela pemimpin kerana tidak berpuas hati dengan keputusan atau tindakan kerajaan tidak boleh dipandang remeh kerana ia akan menimbulkan fitnah, kekacauan dan mengganggu kestabilan sesebuah negara.

4. Islam membenarkan setiap rakyat untuk menasihati pemimpin namun tanggungjawab amar ma’ruf nahi munkar tersebut perlu dilakukan mengikut adab dan garis panduan yang telah ditetapkan oleh Islam.

5. Muzakarah juga menasihatkan para pemimpin supaya sentiasa sensitif terhadap kemaslahatan rakyat kerana dalam kaedah fiqh iaitu keputusan pemimpin adalah bergantung kepada kemaslahatan rakyat. Pemerintah perlu menggunakan segala kebijaksanaan dan hikmah dalam menangani apa juga isu yang berlaku.

6. Muzakarah khas pada hari ini juga menyokong tindakan yang telah dilakukan oleh Jabatan Agama Islam Selangor (Jais) dalam menangani isu penggunaan kalimah Allah. Tindakan serbuan yang dilakukan adalah selaras dengan peruntukan undang-undang dan titah Tuanku Sultan Selangor, dan buku-buku yang dirampas tidak perlu dipulangkan.

7. Muzakarah juga kesal dengan tindakan sesetengah pihak yang cuba mempolemikkan isu-isu sensitif seperti tindakan Jais dalam menguatkuasakan fatwa penggunaan kalimah Allah dan menjadikan agama sebagai umpan politik. Muzakarah menyeru seluruh umat Islam supaya menghentikan tindak tanduk seumpama ini demi menjaga kedaulatan agama, perpaduan ummah dan keamanan negara.

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28 thoughts on “Majlis Fatwa tidak mahu pertumpahan darah berlaku di negara

  1. 1st

    Pemimpin sepatutnya dihormati tetapi patutkah disumbat dengan kangkung? Rileklah walau harga barang naik bukan kita mati pun bukannya sampai ada orang gadai rumah jual kereta semata2 nak beli barang makanan harian pun. Kengkadang yang memprotes mampu membeli 2.3 biji kereta… Semua tu hanya dogengan semata2.

    1. sat,

      Nampaknya anda berasal daripada golongan berpendapatan tinggi. Sehingga fenomena harga barang naik tidak memberi kesan besar. Namun, jutaan rakyat Malaysia menerima kesan secara langsung. Memang tidak sampai tahap jual rumah kereta untuk membeli barang keperluan harian. Cuma trend sekarang tempoh pinjaman dipanjangkan. Kereta (9 tahun) atau rumah (30 tahun). Yang untung adalah penjual kereta dan pemaju serta bank yang mana tuan punya/pemegang saham syarikat-syarikat ini bukanlah golongan berpendapatan rendah.

    1. Saya bukan hakim nak mengatakan sapa baik sapa jahat zalim tapi bagi saya selagi dia masih solat dan tidak menggalakkan maksiat atau apa sahaja yang buruk itu tiada masalah bagi saya.

  2. Helen,

    Saya setuju dengan pandangan muzakarah ini. Tapi satu bidang yang tak disentuh oleh muzakarah ini ialah pembaziran wang rakyat yang dilakukan pemimpin yang rakyat amanahkan kepada mereka untuk memerintah dan mentadbir negara ini bagi kesejahteraan rakyat.

    Rata-rata kita dengar rakyat mengeluh yang kehidupan harian mereka semakin hari semakin terhimpit dengan kos sara hidup yang meningkat. Bagi kerajaan pula keluhan rakyat ini tidak di beri sangat perhatian sedangkan pembaziran kerjaan tidak pula dibendung. Saya rasa PM kita telah lost control dia punya caravan.

    Apa komen you Helen

    1. I think the buck stops at No.1 and therefore Najib must be accountable for the abomination of KJ trying to “change the Umno DNA”.

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    2. Setuju. Mengapa umat Islam hanya bersuara lantang dalam hal agama Islam seperti kalimah Allah, serbuan JAIS dll tetapi bukan dalam hal seperti tadbir urus, pembaziran, rasuah, ketirisan dll? Macam kes PKFZ. Ling Liong Sik dan Chan Kong Choy telah dibebaskan. Jutaan wang rakyat telah hilang/dibazirkan tetapi tiada orang yang dipertanggungjawabkan. Lebih malang, LLS menjadi Tun dan CKC mendapat Tan Sri. Mana suara Perkasa, Perkida, Isma, mufti dll dalam isu seperti ini?

      1. re: PKFZ

        If you say to a roomful of people, hey guys, I need an idea of how to build a bicycle shed, you’ll get voices piping up.

        You say to the same room, please help me draw up a blueprint for a nuclear reactor, you’ll be greeted with silence.

        Not everybody has the knowledge to discuss the PKFZ scandal.

        1. re: Not everybody has the knowledge to discuss the PKFZ scandal.

          Really? Or intentionally not to discuss the matter? Or should I say ‘tidak apa’ attitude or ‘selective’ attidude (i.e. pretend stupid when it comes to governance, corruption issues but play hero when it comes to religion or race matters).

          As the people busy talking about Allah issues, millions of ringgit of taxpayers’ monies already wasted or corrupted.

          Helen, noted that you want to reduce your blogging. Perhaps you would like to give some space to governance, corruption, wastage and education matters in your blog? If too complicated to decipher or lack of time, then you can cite some news from mainstream or online media. If your frequent readers also unable to understand or you experience a drop in readership (blog counts or number of comments), then you can always revert to issues like DAP, Lim Guan Eng, Hannah Yeoh, Allah, Christian etc.

          1. re: “Helen, noted that you want to reduce your blogging.”

            I’m happy with the redirection that my blog is taking, i.e. averaging 100-200 words. Also I’m amusing myself with the posters and funny pictures.

            My current reading material will bore you (and probably other readers too) — e.g. waiting in the stack to be read are Meniti arus: Memoir Politik Asri (late PAS president), The Straits legislator Tan Cheng Lock (biography), Chamil Wariya’s Najib Razak (new book), Dato’ Onn (some might have guessed I’m reading this given my mentions of him) and a Khoo Boo Teik on Dr Mahathir plus BM magazines.

            So I shall stick to my own reading and this blog will continue to skim through current news that catch my fancy in 100 words.

            “Anti-corruption” and “good governance” to me are empty sloganeering that Guan Eng and Kit Siang drape themselves with, and which they do nothing about, and in fact I hope the MACC will devote more time, energy and resources on scrutinizing all the land deals in Penang to smoke out the DAP involvement.

            As for education, I’m tilting in favour of home-schooling.

            But what bugs me most (in terms of service delivery grouses) is Selangor Darul Sampah and the criminal negligence of the Pakatan municipal councils in keeping pur streets, drains and neighbourhood playgrounds clean. DIRTY BUGGERS the Pakatan pollies and appointees are.

            If you lived in Subang Jaya, you should be worried about sleaze and the its related industries.

  3. re: “Anti-corruption” and “good governance” to me are empty sloganeering ………………..

    Why use DAP to justify your refusal or lack of interest in devoting your blogging on corruption and governance matters?

    re: MACC will devote more time, energy and resources on scrutinizing all the land deals in Penang to smoke out the DAP involvement.

    To begin with, relevant authorities such as MACC, police, AGC and judiciary are under federal control. I am wondering why until now, no major corruption/CBT/abuse of power cases are prosecuted against PR politicians. We only see cases like sedition, illegal assembly and sodomy on PR. MACC once investigated Khalid Ibrahim but nothing in the end. Even the former MACC Chief has to apologise.

    http://www.nst.com.my/latest/khalid-accepts-ahmad-said-s-apology-1.237782

    Now I am awaiting the outcome of the MACC investigation on the Benz purchase by Penang state government for LGE.

    re: Selangor Darul Sampah

    I am from Subang too. Can’t agree with you on rubbish issue. My area are relatively clean and well managed. This is under the jurisdiction of local authority. I can appreciate the suggestion of PR to bring back election for local municipality. This will enhance governance and accountability. Right now, local authority are answerable to state government not the residents. But we know who is preventing the reintroduction of local elections.

    1. re: “Why use DAP to justify your refusal or lack of interest in devoting your blogging on corruption and governance matters?”

      Umno’s slogan is “Untuk Agama, Bangsa dan Negara”. DAP’s slogan is “Good governance, Anti-corruption, blah blah blah” (for the record, I don’t believe them one jot). So rather than coming to my blog and asking me to dance to the DAP tune, wouldn’t it be easier if you just went to LKS’s blog or LGE’s blog since they’re already playing your song there and all the time?

      re: “To begin with, relevant authorities such as MACC, police, AGC and judiciary are under federal control.”

      The judiciary is the 3rd arm separate from the executive (and the legislature) and it is independent. The Chief Justice, the President of Court of Appeal, the Chief Judges, the the Federal Court judges are all appointed by the YDP Agong (and not by the “gomen”).

      The MACC is proposing a motion to Parliament for its chief to be appointed by the Agong too, just like the Chief Justice. This will mean that neither the PM nor his gomen can sack the MACC chief. Now if the oppo is really as keen on anti-corruption as they claim, then they should give their full support to push the bill (being drafted by the AG) through.

      re: “I am wondering why until now, no major corruption/CBT/abuse of power cases are prosecuted against PR politicians. We only see cases like sedition, illegal assembly and sodomy on PR. MACC once investigated Khalid Ibrahim but nothing in the end. Even the former MACC Chief has to apologise.”

      They would have prosecuted. About half a dozen Pakatan Selangor Aduns – including Hannah Yeoh – were under investigation.

      Then Teoh Beng Hock fell out the window. The Umno bloggers hold fast to their conspiracy theory that TBH was pushed out the window to cover DAP’s tracks. (I personally disbelieve the suicide theory but I have no views on the homicide theory by whichever party.)

      I hope the MACC will reopen their files on the DAP Aduns.

      re: “I am from Subang too. Can’t agree with you on rubbish issue.”

      SJ apparently has a population of 708,296 under its local govt area. So you’re residing in one of the clean spots. Well lucky you not to live in one of the dirty areas. The rubbish thrown is mattresses from the rumah urut.

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        1. The MACC was so spooked that they even pindah pejabat in March 2010. They moved from Plaza Masalam – the building were TBH met his death – to Wisma PKPS Shah Alam.

      1. Helen,

        One state that i find very clean is Melaka. There are no potholes. The Sungai Melaka is clean too.

        I visited Melaka several years ago. I had chances to speak to several local people. They informed me that Ali Rustam, previous CM, is a workaholics.

        He personally inspected the drainage system. All head of departments are on guard. Ali Rustam despite his benign personality simply will “taruh” them if they do not perform.

        How i wish Penang CM can do the same. Instead of insulting Malay community day in day out, why not do something useful for the state. For once in your lifetime, Guan Eng.

        1. re: “in 1976, Najib was chosen as UMNO candidate for Pekan and he won easily”

          In the Pekan by-election following Tun Razak’s death, Najib won uncontested.

      2. re: …………………….. wouldn’t it be easier if you just went to LKS’s blog or LGE’s blog since they’re already playing your song there and all the time?

        I did.

        re: The judiciary is the 3rd arm separate from the executive (and the legislature) and it is independent.

        The appointments of judges are made at the advice of the PM to the Agung. Agung has to appoint whoever nominated by the PM. That is why we used to have an UMNO Chief Justice, i.e. Tun Zaki Tun Azmi. Moreover, after the Constitutional Amendment in 1988 the powers of the judiciary are no longer vested in the judiciary itself. Powers of the judiciary are limited to what Parliament may give. I am not going to discuss in detail. The judiciary are no longer independent as what we used to have prior to 1988 and the sacking of Tun Salleh Abas.

        re: They would have prosecuted.

        I recalled corruption cases involving 2 former PKR Perak Aduns, i.e. Jamaluddin Mohd Radzi and Osman Jailu. They were investigated and charged while still with PKR. Then they jumped ship and caused the downfall of the Perak PR government. Now both of them are acquitted by the Court due to lack of evidence/witness. As much as I can say the Court is independent, the judges made decision based on the evidences and witnesses. If AG presented a lousy prosecution, the accused will get scot-free. Look at the acquittal of Chan Kong Choy and Ling Liong Sik in PKFZ. AG did a lousy job.

        I have not seen any corruption/CBT/abuse of power cases being prosecuted from PR politicians. The most is investigation. Cases that reach Court trial are usually sedition/illegal assembly/sodomy/defamation which are not monetary in nature.

        1. re: “wouldn’t it be easier if you just went to LKS’s blog or LGE’s blog since they’re already playing your song there and all the time?” / “I did.”

          All the more reason then for LKS-LGE to encourage lively debates on Corruption and Good Governance in their website Comment section among like-minded DAP-supporting readers.

          re: “Now both of them are acquitted by the Court due to lack of evidence/witness. As much as I can say the Court is independent, the judges made decision based on the evidences and witnesses.”

          :)

          re: “If AG presented a lousy prosecution, the accused will get scot-free. Look at the acquittal of Chan Kong Choy and Ling Liong Sik in PKFZ. AG did a lousy job.”

          :) silver bullets

          What you say is potent ammo for the oppo. The thought that “ini kali lah” (GE14) Umno might really get kicked out of Putrajaya must be causing the Umno Totem Spirits many sleepless nights. That’s why ‘THEY’ are taking action, methinks.

          (To repeat what I’ve mentioned before, if Umno loses Putrajaya this time, it will never get the country back. Just like what has happened in Selangor.)

          re: “I have not seen any corruption/CBT/abuse of power cases being prosecuted from PR politicians. The most is investigation. Cases that reach Court trial are usually sedition/illegal assembly/sodomy/defamation which are not monetary in nature.”

          Like I said, I hope MACC will investigate Penang (maybe they are, kita aje yang tak tahu). The undersea tunnel is fishy.

    2. Asus,

      I am afraid I cant agree with you. Try looking at Ampang Jaya and you can see it is not clean. in fact worse off.

      As for local election, It was abolished after 1969 due to racial tension.

      Why not take a tour to Melaka. You can see how clean it is. And no locval council election there .

      1. sa,

        Depending on the area. Some are clean. Some are dirty. But my point of reintroducing local government election is not confined to rubbish collection per se. The basic concept of democracy is the right of the people to elect the government. Local authority is also government dealing with matters like rubbish collection, drainage, maintenance, parks, business licenses etc. Why deprive the rights of the people? It has direct impact on the well-being of the people.

        One interesting point here is the electorate of the federal territory. Take KL as example. Voters there vote once only, i.e. for their Parliament representatives. The people voted favorably for PR and yet the PR MPs are powerless when it comes to the running of DBKL. The Minister and Mayor of KL are federal government appointees, i.e. BN. Where is the fairness here?

        re: It was abolished after 1969 due to racial tension.

        Do we still have racial tension now?

        1. Re: Do we still have racial tension now?

          I don’t know about you but for me.. Yes.. even worst coz now, we have racial + religion tension. Honestly, I don’t trust chinese and christian anymore..

  4. Dear Aunty Helen,

    I feel so sad that lots of opposition Muslims do not respect and listen to the Majlis Fatwa but they think that the Christian mubalighs are better than the Muftis.

    1. My friend at Subang Jaya have this to say when i talk about Selangor Government, only to shut their eyes to the obvious.
      “I really don’t understand what are you trying to say. My opinion, see things u want to see, those you don’t like just let it go” should say a same thing to her, when she complaining about everything.

  5. The good doctor mentioned about inbreeding among the malays in his book; The Malay Dilemma. Shocking stuff

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