Hehe.tobat pak abdul

Gini dech orang yang sudah diracun dengan pemikiran sekuler, syariat islam
pun ditentang dengan dalil logika yang hancur

Memang tidak tahu gimana tragisnya nasib wanita2 barat ketika membuka

Hati2 kaum muslimah mereka ingin kalian juga hancur seprti hancurnya wanita

Kalao kata bang napi "waspadalah,waspadalah"



From: wanita-muslimah@yahoogroups.com
[mailto:wanita-musli...@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of abdul
Sent: Friday, April 23, 2010 6:33 AM
To: wanita-muslimah@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [wanita-muslimah] MUI SALAH KAPRAH-->MUI Declares European Burqa
Bans a Rights Issue



Kalau MUI sudah mengakui bahwa Interpretasi al quran adalah berbeda beda,
kenapa MUI mengharamkan Ahmadiyah,Liberal,Syiah dll nya.MUI harus
menghormati interprestasi firqoh2 Islam lain2nya.

" "Interpretation of the Koran is different in different countries,"
MUI tidak konsisten, susah dipercaya.

Mengenai haram wanita memakai Niqab dab barga bukanlah a right Issue, tapi
==security issue==
Karena ada wanita2 yg melakukan suicide...
Siapa yg salah? Kita sendiri bukan.

Sesungguhnya orang2 yg benar2 mentaati agama yg benar, membawa kedamaian di
tengah2 mesarakat, tidak ada ketakutan.
wanita2 Niqab dab barga membuat masarakat menjadi takut,karena semua muka
ditutup....artinya niqab dan Barga itu bukanlah syariat Agama, tapi sudah
menyeleweng dari yg sesungguhnya...benar bukan?


--- In wanita-muslimah@ <mailto:wanita-muslimah%40yahoogroups.com>
yahoogroups.com, "sunny" <am...@...> wrote:
> http://www.thejakar
> April 22, 2010 
> The proposed ban would apply to both residents and tourists in France and
Belgium. (AFP Photo)
> MUI Declares European Burqa Bans a Rights Issue
> France and Belgium would be guilty of abusing women's rights if they
followed through on plans to ban the wearing of burqas in public,
Indonesia's top Islamic body said on Thursday. 
> The Indonesian Council of Ulema (MUI) said religious beliefs should be
respected, even if they presented security concerns by covering the face. 
> "We're clearly against the proposed ban. If it becomes law, it will mean
Belgium and France are restricting the rights of Muslim women to fulfil
their religious obligations," MUI chairman Amidhan said. "If it's for
security reasons, the fears are excessive. It's unfair to consider all
veiled women a threat." 
> Although the vast majority of Indonesian women do not wear the full
body-covering burqa or face-covering niqab, Muslims in other parts of the
world have different interpretations of Islamic scripture and their beliefs
should be respected, he said. 
> "Interpretation of the Koran is different in different countries," he
said. "Indonesian Muslim women don't have to cover their faces with veils,
unlike Muslim women in some countries in the Middle East. But we have to
respect their beliefs." 
> Belgium was set to pass a ban on burqas on Thursday, which would be the
first such clampdown in Europe, just a day after France promised a similar
> The French government said a bill would be presented to ministers in May
banning the niqab and the burqa from streets, shops and markets, and not
just from public buildings as is the case now. 
> A French minister said Muslim tourists in France would also be forbidden
to wear the full-face veil, along with French residents, under the
government's plan to ban the garment. 
> "When you arrive in France, you respect the laws in force," Nadine Morano,
a junior minister for families, said on the radio station France Info.
"Everyone will have to respect the laws in France. That's how it is." 
> Hundreds of thousands of tourists from the Middle East visit France each
year, according to estimates from its Tourism Ministry, and veiled women are
a common sight in the luxury stores along Paris's shopping boulevards. 
> Morano said women breaching the ban would be fined but would not be
unveiled "on the spot." 
> She said that the planned ban was in line with France's secular
principles, but also aimed to give "a message at international level" and
would apply equally to all visitors from abroad. 
> Agence France-Presse 
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