"sunny"-------------------Bismilahirrahmanirrahiim.
Semoga ulama2 Wahabi-salafi konservative-Fundamentalis
akan tersingkir secepatnya di Saudi,agar negara2 islam
lain2nya dapat mengikuti kebijakan Saudi.

Kalau pemerintah ikut campur masalah2 agama,maka
Fatwa2 agama berdasarkan kpd pendapat penguasa.

Kalau dulu yang berkuasa adalah ulama2 wahabi-salafy 
konseravative-radikal, keluarlah fatwa bahwa orang2
Kafir seperti syiah, Ahmadiyah, sufi, kristen,dan yahudi
darahnya adalah halah, dan harus di bunuh...akirnya terjadi
lah peristiwa 11/ 9 2001.


Semenjak King abdullah menjadi Raja, maka ulama2 Wahabi Radikal di singkirkan 
dan malah di tangkapi masul jell.
Yang berkuasa sekarang ini adalah ulama2 wahabi-Salafy
yang berpendidikan Barat yang berilmu luar (moderat-Liberal).

Semenjak King abdullah, hubungan dgn vatikan diperbaiki,
Sekarang fatwa2 ulama2 wahabi Radikal harus lewat pemerintah
untuk approval.Tanpa approval, haram di keluarkan kpd
masarakat.

Sama dengan keadaan di Indonesia.sekarang yang berkuasa
adalah ulama2 wahabi-salafy di MUI, Depag, dan penasehat SBY
Semenjak Wahabi -salafy berkuasa, terjadilah penindasan
terhadap golongan2 Islam minoritas seperti ahmadiyah, seculardan Liberal.

Alhamdulllah, BPNU.Hasyim Murzadi yang berpihak kpd ulama2 garis
keras, banyak terjadi perbuatan2 kekerasan, karena mereka mendapat
angin baik dari organisasi islam terbesar NU.

Mudah2an BPNU sekarang ini bertolak belakang dgn Hasyim Murzadi,
semoga BPNU dapat memutihkan kembali keberdaan Ahmadiyah, Liberal
Pluaralism dll. Kita tunggu , kita yakin golongan2 Islam
yang melakukan kekerasan pasti akn tersingkir.Amein

salam







--- In wanita-muslimah@yahoogroups.com,  <am...@...> wrote:
>
> http://arabnews.com/saudiarabia/article94583.ece
> 
> No fatwa without approval
> By MOHD HUMAIDAN | ARAB NEWS 
> 
> 
> 
> Published: Aug 2, 2010 23:44 Updated: Aug 2, 2010 23:44 
> 
> JEDDAH: Islamic scholars intending to publish religious edicts (fatwas) on 
> contemporary issues have been told to contact experts at the Ministry of 
> Islamic Affairs or Dar Al-Ifta (the Saudi fatwa authority) before approaching 
> the media.
> 
> Islamic Affairs Minister Saleh Al-Asheikh, who gave the instruction, pointed 
> out that many of fatwas issued by individuals recently lack balance. "They 
> should not publish fatwas except after consulting with other experts," he 
> told the scholars.
> 
> The minister also advised members of the public to receive religious edicts 
> from authentic sources, which is the Presidency for Scholastic Research and 
> Religious Edicts (Dar Al-Ifta) headed by Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdul Aziz 
> Al-Asheikh.
> 
> He said he had noticed that some scholars were issuing fatwas on silly 
> issues. "This will give a bad impression about the Kingdom being an Islamic 
> state. We have so many other important issues to deal with. We have to 
> confront terrorism and the move to link Islam and its Prophet (peace be upon 
> him) with terrorism," he said.
> 
> Asked about a recent fatwa that permits music, the minister said: "It's a 
> personal matter and it will be better for a person to take the other opinion."
> 
> Al-Asheikh underscored Saudi Arabia's success in combating terrorism and its 
> efforts to change the mindset of militants through counseling. Foreign 
> leaders and officials have appreciated these efforts.
> 
> Asked about regulating the collection of donations during Ramadan, Al-Asheikh 
> said: "We have given instructions to all mosques not to receive donations in 
> cash." The ministry has urged authorities of mosques that are built not 
> facing the Qibla to make required changes as quickly as possible.
> 
> 
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>


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