Abah perlu update ttg "duta besar" Taliban, Rahmatullah Hashemi, pasca
invasi Amerika 2001.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sayed_Rahmatullah_Hashemi

kok malah jadi mahasiswa di Yale?




2010/4/1 H. M. Nur Abdurahman <mnur.abdurrah...@yahoo.co.id>

>
>
> BISMILLA-HIRRAHMA-NIRRAHIYM
>
> WAHYU DAN AKAL - IMAN DAN ILMU
> [Kolom Tetap Harian Fajar]
> 498 Empat Issue Miring tentang Thaliban
>
> Demi keotentikan, sebagai pertanggung-jawaban kepada Allah SWT, dalam kolom
> ini setiap ayat Al Quran ditransliterasikan huruf demi huruf. Bila pembaca
> merasa "terusik" dengan transliterasi ini, tolong dilampaui, langsung ke
> cara membacanya saja.
>
> Firman Allah SWT:
> -- YAYHA ALDZYN AMNWA AN JA^KM FASQ BNBA FTBYNWA AN TSHYBWA QWMA BJHALT
> FTSHBHWA 'ALY MA F'ALTM NADMYN (S. ALHJRAT, 6), dibaca: ya-ayyuhal ladzi-na
> a-manu- in ja-kum fa-siqum binabain fatabayyanu- an tushi-bu qawman
> bijaha-latin fatushbihu- 'ala- ma- fa'altum na-dimi-n (s. al hujura-t),
> artinya:
> -- Hai orang-orang beriman, jika datang kepadamu orang-orang fasiq dengan
> berita, maka lakukanlah klarifikasi, jangan sampai kamu tanpa pengetahuan
> menimpakan musibah kepada suatu kaum, lalu kamu menyesal atas perbuatanmu
> (49:6).
>
> The following is the edited version of the transcription of a lecture given
> by Sayyid Rahmatullah Hashemi, the roving Ambassador from Afghanistan who
> visited the US, at the University Of Southern California in Los Angeles, on
> March 10, 2001.
> I was just coming from a meeting with a group of scholars, and the first
> thing we started talking about there was the statues. And the first thing we
> started talking about here was also the statues. It is very unfortunate how
> little they see and how little they know. Nobody has seen the problems of
> Afghanistan; nobody saw their problems before. And the only thing that
> represents Afghanistan today is the statues.
> Saya baru saja berbincang dengan sekelompok ilmuwan, dan kami memulai
> pembicaraan di sana dengan perkara patung-patung (Buddha yang dimusnahkan).
> Dan di sini (di Universitas Southern California) juga kita memulai
> pembicaraan lagi-lagi dengan patung-patung. Sangat disesalkan karena begitu
> sedikit yang mereka lihat dan mereka ketahui (mengenai Afghanistan). Tidak
> seorang (dari ilmuwan tersebut) yang melihat dan mengetahui akan bermacam
> masalah yang dihadapi oleh Afghanistan sebelumnya. Dan hanya tentang
> patung-patung tersebut saja yang mereka ketahui mengenai Afghanistan.
>
> Untuk selanjutnya hanya terjemahannya saja dari ceramah itu, itupun, karena
> panjang, hanya yang relevan dengan keempat issue itu yang akan dikemukakan
> dalam terjemahan tersebut.
>
> Russia dengan tentara sebanyak 140,000 anggota telah menyerang Afghanistan
> pada bulan Desember 1979, membunuh 1.5 juta rakyat Afghanistan, melumpuhkan
> sejuta orang, dan 6 juta dari 18 juta rakyat Afganistan telah melarikan diri
> dari kekejaman Russia dan menjadi pengungsi dinegara-negara lain. Setelah
> Rusia dikalahkan, kelompok-kelompok Mujahidin ini tidak bersatu dibawah satu
> pemerintahan tetapi telah bersengketa sesama mereka sendiri di Afghanistan.
> Akibat dari pertempuran sesama sendiri ini lebih buruk lagi perang semasa
> penjajahan Russia. Sebanyak 63,000 orang telah terbunuh di Kabul. Sebanyak
> sejuta rakyat lagi menjadi pengungsi, melarikan diri dari situasi huruhara
> tersebut ke negara-negara lain. (Alhasil issue tentang pengungsi Afghanistan
> telah terklarifikasi, yaitu melarikan diri dari kekejaman Rusia dan akibat
> dari huru-hara yang ditimbulkan oleh pertempuran kelompok-kelompok Mujahidin
> yang lebih buruk dari perang melawan Rusia).
>
> Thaliban mulai ada sebagai sebuah gerakan ketika seorang "warlord" (ketua
> kelompok bersenjata - bandit) telah menculik dan memperkosa dua anak
> perempuan. Ibu bapak kedua anak perempuan tersebut telah pergi ke
> sebuah`pondok pesantren' dan meminta guru di sekolah tersebut menolong
> mereka. Guru tersebut bersama-sama 53 orang murid beliau, dengan
> bersenjatakan hanya 16 pucuk, pergi menyerang pangkalan bandit tersebut.
> Setelah membebaskan kedua kanak-kanak perempuan yang diculik itu, mereka
> menggantung mati sang pimpinan, juga beserta beberapa orang anak buahnya.
> "Kekejaman" Thaliban menggantung warlord dan para penjahat juga telah
> terklarifikasi.
>
> Kisah ini tersebar luas. BBC juga telah melaporkannya. Mendengar kisah ini,
> maka banyak pelajar ikut bergabung dengan gerakan (Thaliban) tersebut, dan
> mereka mulai bertindak dengan merampas senjata-senjata dari semua bandit
> tsb. Gerakan pelajar ini kini menguasai 95% Afghanistan termasuk ibu kota
> Kabul. Hanya segelintir dari para bandit itu yang terus merajalela di bagian
> utara Afghanistan (mereka ini adalah Aliansi Utara).
>
> Kami memusnahkan sebanyak 75% tanaman opium dunia. Sebelum kami
> menghapuskannya, 75% pasok opium dunia dihasilkan di Afghanistan. Pada tahun
> lalu kami mengeluarkan perintah mengharamkan penanaman opium, dan pada tahun
> ini 2001, ketua Program Pengawasan Opium PBB di bawah naungan UNDCP, Mr.
> Barnard F. mengatakankan Afghanistan bebas sepenuhnya dari tanaman opium --
> 0% of opium cultivation. Zero, zilch, kosong -- langsung tak ada lagi.
> (According to opioids.com, by February 2001, production had been reduced
> from 12,600 acres (51 kmĀ²) to only 17 acres).(*) Sayangnya sebanyak 700
> pakar UNDCP yang memantau tanaman opium telah kehilangan pekerjaan.
> Pakar-pakar PBB itu tidak menyukai bila kami mengeluarkan perintah
> mengharamkan tanaman opium tsb. (Issue tentang opium telah terklarifikasi).
> Kami minta kesabaran anda para pembaca dalam seri berikutnya tentang
> klarifikasi mengenai issue kaum perempuan dan penghancuran patung-patung
> Budha. WaLlahu a'lamu bishshawab.
>
> *** Makassar, 4 November 2001
> [H.Muh.Nur Abdurrahman]
>
> http://waii-hmna.blogspot.com/2001/11/498-empat-issue-miring-tentang-thaliban.html
> ----------------------------
> (*)
> Update:
> When the Taliban entered north Waziristan in 2003 they immediately banned
> poppy cultivation and punished those who sold it. However, when US/Northern
> Alliance expulsion of the Taliban, opium cultivation has increased in the
> southern provinces liberated from the Taliban control, and by 2005
> production was 87% of the world's opium supply, rising to 90% in 2006.
>
>
> #######################################################################################
>
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "abdul" <latifabdul...@yahoo.com <latifabdul777%40yahoo.com>>
> To: <wanita-muslimah@yahoogroups.com <wanita-muslimah%40yahoogroups.com>>
> Sent: Thursday, April 01, 2010 18:26
> Subject: [wanita-muslimah] Bukankah Ini kutukan dari ALLAH.....Amerika
> hanya sebagai tangan2 dari ALLAH.
>
> Bismilahirrahmanirrahiim.
> Kalau kita baca Media cetak, mereka sangat keras untuk membela dan
> menegakan Syariat Islam. Wanita2 dipaksa berpakaian Jilbab dan laki laki
> dipaksa berjabang dan berjenggot serta berpakaian sunnah Rasul.
>
> Namun ternyata; "90 percent of the world's heroin." datang dari daerah2
> taliban Afganistan. Nauzubillah.
>
> Penderitaan2 yang di alami oleh Rakyat taliban kususnya Afganistan umumnya,
> adalah kutukan2 dari ALLAH.
>
> Sesungguhnya ALLAH tidak menganiaya hamba2Nya, tapi mereka sendirilah yang
> menganiaya dirinya.
>
> Mereka sudah tahu bahwa Heroin itu adalah barang terlarang, namun karena
> pengaruh setan untuk mendapatan uang dan nafkah, mereka menanam dan menjual
> kpd masarakat...
>
> Semoga ALLAH mmeberikan petunjuk2 kpd ulama2 yangmengaku penegak agama
> islam.
>
> salam=peace
>
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>
> KABUL - Opium seizures in Afghanistan soared 924 percent last year because
> of better cooperation between Afghan and international forces, the top U.S.
> drug enforcement official said Thursday.
>
> The Taliban largely funds the insurgency by profits from the opium trade,
> making it a growing target of U.S. and Afghan anti-insurgency operations.
> Afghanistan produces the raw opium used to make 90 percent of the world's
> heroin.
>
> The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration now has 96 agents in the country
> who joined with Afghan counterparts and NATO forces in more than 80 combined
> operations last year, acting DEA administrator Michelle Leonhart said at a
> news conference in Kabul.
>
> "That is the success of bringing the elements, civil, military Afghan
> partners together," Leonhart said.
>
> Leonhart did not give figures for total amounts of drugs seized but said
> the increase was 924 percent between 2008 and 2009. International groups
> estimate that only about 2 percent of Afghanistan's drug production was
> blocked from leaving the country in 2008 for markets in Central Asia and
> Europe.
>
> Leonhart said eradication efforts had already scored some success in the
> south, with opium cultivation down more than 30 percent in Helmand province
> that is responsible for half of Afghanistan's total production.
>
> She said the DEA was working with U.S. forces moving into the Taliban
> heartland, including "significant operations" in Helmand.
>
> "There is a very good plan put together to have very robust interdiction
> operations going forward there, eventually moving that to other provinces in
> the south," Leonhart said.
>
> Such operations place the Afghan government and its foreign allies in a
> bind because eradicating poppy fields risks driving angry farmers, for whom
> opium poppy is a cheap, hardy, low-risk crop, into the arms of the
> insurgents because they fear loss of their livelihood.
>
> Efforts to replace opium with other crops such as wheat and vegetables
> haven't scored wide success because profits for the farmers are much lower
> than for poppies.
>
> Leonhart gave no details of the strategy for the south, but stressed that
> the focus was not on farmers but on seizing drugs and weapons, arresting
> traffickers, and tracing the profits of the trade.
>
> "Because the money is what fuels the insurgency," Leonhart said.
>
> In a sign that traffickers are striking back against such efforts, 13
> people were killed Wednesday when a bomb concealed on a bicycle exploded
> near a crowd gathered to receive free vegetable seeds provided by the
> British government as part of a program to encourage them not to plant opium
> poppy.
>
> No one claimed responsibility for the attack, although the acting
> provincial head of agriculture, Ghulam Sahki, said the blast could have been
> the work of drug dealers trying to stop the alternative crop program.
>
> A recent NATO operation in the Helmand town of Marjah struck at the heart
> of the Taliban opium business. While troops discovered acres (hectares) of
> poppy fields and numerous opium packing operations, farmers were left alone.
>
> NATO, U.S. and Afghan forces took control of Marjah in a three-week
> offensive in February and early March but face a fearful and mistrustful
> population as they work to set up a functioning government.
>
> Also Thursday, an Indian diplomat said India was suspending teaching and
> aid operations in Kabul following a February bomb attack that killed six
> Indian staff.
>
> Those operations should be restored in two or three months and similar
> Indian aid efforts in four other Afghan cities remained up and running, said
> J.P. Singh, spokesman for the Indian Embassy in Kabul.
>
> The Taliban have long opposed India's involvement in Afghanistan because of
> its ties to the Afghan group that helped the U.S. oust the Islamist regime
> in late 2001.
>
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>
>  
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