sunny, Bismilahirrahmanirahim
itulah keadilkan yang ditegakan oleh negara2 demokrasi Barat dan 
Amerika...sesuai dgn ayat2 ALLAH ,wajib berlaku adil kpd semua golongan2 agama 
dan bangsa.


lain dgn Iran dan saudi Arabia dan ACEH...mereka memperlakukan Rakyat non Islam 
diskriminasi dan tidak adil

akibatnya rakyat non islam menjadi kals dua dinegerinya sendiri.
HTI ingin menjadikan umat Non Islam kals dua,haram menjadi pemimpin rakyat dll

Oleh karena itu dlm negara agama terjadi diskriminasi dan tidak aman,terjadi 
PENINDASAN2 DAN PENZOLIMAN.

salam

--- In wanita-muslimah@yahoogroups.com, "sunny" <am...@...> wrote:
>
> http://www.smh.com.au/world/nations-first-female-muslim-mps-rejoice-20100508-ukxf.html
> 
> Nation's first female Muslim MPs rejoice 
> May 9, 2010 
>  
> Proud new member... Rushnara Ali. 
> 
> BRITAIN's first female Muslim members of parliament are celebrating after 
> winning seats in the general election.
> 
> Rushanara Ali, the first person of Bangladeshi origin to be elected to the 
> British Parliament, won the east London seat of Bethnal Green and Bow for the 
> Labour Party with a comfortable majority.
> 
> ''To millions of Bangladeshis around the world, it will mean so much to them 
> that somebody of their background has been elected to the mother of all 
> parliaments,'' said the 35-year-old, who was born in Sylhet, Bangladesh, and 
> moved to east London when she was seven.
> 
> East London is the heart of the Bangladeshi community in Britain. Some street 
> signs around the Brick Lane area are written in both English and Bengali.
> 
> Labour's Shabana Mahmood and Yasmin Qureshi were also being feted for being 
> among the first wave of Muslim women ever elected to the House of Commons.
> 
> Ms Mahmood won the seat of Birmingham Ladywood in Britain's second-biggest 
> city. The constituency has the highest percentage of citizens claiming 
> unemployment benefits in Britain.
> 
> Ms Mahmood was born and bred in Birmingham. She studied at Oxford University 
> then became a lawyer.
> 
> She described her victory as ''a real breakthrough''.
> 
> ''I think it sends a powerful message . Parliament should reflect the people 
> it represents.''
> 
> Ms Qureshi, 46, a Pakistani-born lawyer, moved to Britain when she was nine. 
> She was elected in Bolton, north-west England.
> 
> ''I'm absolutely delighted. Obviously, I am very pleased the voters of Bolton 
> South East chose a Labour candidate and elected a Labour MP. It is a truly 
> humbling experience and I promise to work very hard.''
> 
> 
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