Ulama2 islam Fundamentalis termasuk NUR CS marilah bertaubat bersama sama Ulama2 Fundamentalis Saudi.
Bismilahirrahmanirrahiim. Semoga ulama2 Islam Fundamentalis dapat mengikuti ulama2 Saudi yang anti terorits dan menghormati perbedaan2 dlm berkeyakinan serta Merobah interpretation JIhad... Semoga FPI.HTI< MMI< DDII< PKS< SABIL<ERAMUSLIM< HIDAYATULLAH< MY QURAN adalah Islam Fundamentralis di Indonesia dapat mempelopori untuk mencegah terjadinya terorist dan kekerasan di Indonesia. Begitu juga NUR dari SUlawesi yang sangat simpaty dgn perjuangan Taliban untuk berhati hati ....jangan sampai tertipu dgn setan untuk melakukan kekerasan di Indonesia. Salam=peace --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "sunny" <am...@...> wrote: > > http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/default.asp?page=2010\04\02\story_2-4-2010_pg1_7 > > Friday, April 02, 2010 > > Saudi ulema moot urges 'extremists' to repent > > > > * 500 participants at four-day Islamic conference condemn 'all acts of > terrorism wherever they take place and whoever is behind them' > * Scholars criticise 'harm inflicted on unarmed civilians and civilian > facilities under pretext of combating terror' > > RIYADH: Muslim scholars from around the world who met this week in Madina > have denounced "terrorism" and appealed to terrorists to repent, a statement > said on Thursday. > > The four-day Islamic conference, sponsored by Saudi Interior Minister Prince > Nayef bin Abdul-Aziz and organised by the Islamic University of Madina, drew > some 500 participants, according to press reports. > > The scholars condemned "all acts of terrorism wherever they take place and > whoever is behind them," said the concluding statement from the conference, > which wrapped up on Wednesday. > > The scholars also criticised "the harm inflicted on unarmed civilians and > civilian facilities under the pretext of combating international terrorism." > > The statement published on the organisers' website called on terrorists to > "return to their senses and follow the path of groups that have announced > repentance and rejected acts of terrorism." > > "Hold on to moderate Islam and tolerance towards others," and "reject false > interpretations of ... jihad (holy war)," it said, addressing Muslim youths. > > The conference urged Muslim communities in non-Muslim countries to encourage > their children "to adopt a moderate understanding of Islam, respect for > others and compliance with (local) laws." > > It also urged the governments of those countries to respect the rights of > Muslims and "treat them equally with other members of the community." > > Saudi Arabia, which practises an ultra-conservative version of Islam, has in > recent years cracked down on what it regards as terrorist groups. > > Al Qaeda, which has been blamed for killing between 150 and 200 people in the > kingdom between 2003 and 2006, has in particular been in the firing line. > > Saudi King Abdullah said last month that the kingdom is determined to halt > terrorism and a campaign was under way to try dissuading youths from joining > al Qaeda. afp > > > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed] >