abdul latif kan beriman pada al qur'an, bagaimanakah implementasi amar ma'ruf nahi mungkar terkait dengan posisi "pemberi peringatan" ??
Wassalam Abdul Mu'iz --- Pada Sen, 28/6/10, abdul <latifabdul...@yahoo.com> menulis: Dari: abdul <latifabdul...@yahoo.com> Judul: [wanita-muslimah] Re: Makkah ex-imam's website hacked Kepada: firstname.lastname@example.org Tanggal: Senin, 28 Juni, 2010, 6:11 AM "sunny"-------------Bismilahirrahmanirrahiim Walaupun ada musik2 atau nyanyian2 yg mengarah kpd hal2 yang merusak akhlaq manusia....adalah haram.... tapi pemerintah dan ulama2 tidak ada HAK untuk melarang mereka2 itu. Demkianlah pemahaman islam yang sesungguhnya...Tugas rasul dan ulama2 hanya ==PEMBERI PERINGATAN SAJA=== bukan untuk melarang. Bagi golongan2 islam Taliban dan Wahabi-Salfy kalau mereka berkuasa akan membuat undang2 untuk melarang penyanyi2 atau musik2 yg dianggapnya merusak.... salam --- In email@example.com, "sunny" <am...@...> wrote: > > Refleksi : Bagi yang pandadi agama, apakah dalam Islam dilarang musik dan > menyanyi? > > http://arabnews.com/saudiarabia/article73413.ece > > Makkah ex-imam's website hacked > > A screenshot of the imam's hacked website > > By SULTAN AL-TAMIMI | ARAB NEWS > > Published: Jun 25, 2010 22:19 Updated: Jun 25, 2010 23:35 > > JEDDAH: A website belonging to a former imam of the Grand Mosque in Makkah > was hacked last week. > > > > Anyone visiting Sheikh Adil Al-Kalbani's website at the time would be greeted > with a blank page with a picture at the top of the movie character The Joker, > who the hacker had apparently named himself after. > > At the bottom of the page is a statement criticizing the sheikh for stating > that music and singing is permitted in Islam. > > Al-Kalbani's website featured a number of articles and lectures as well as a > question and answer section allowing him to interact with visitors. > > In March 2008 he was appointed by Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King > Abdullah as an imam of the Grand Mosque. > > Recently he came under fire for saying in public that singing and music is > permissible in Islam. "Whoever did this, I can only say that I feel sorry for > them. The reason behind your act is perhaps my statements that came as a > shock to you," Kalbani, who is reportedly visiting Europe, told Al-Madinah > daily. > > "You got used to these beliefs because your parents raised you that way, and > it is difficult for you now to think otherwise... Your act only shows your > poor judgment. Opinions from all visitors are posted on my website so people > can make their own judgments." > > > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed] > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]