> "gkrantau" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hukum Syaria rupanya mulai diberlakukan di Aceh Utara.
> Mencuri kambing rupanya bisa berakhir dengan tangan
> dipotong. Cilakanya pencuri diancam dipotong tangannya
> meskipun barang curiannya tidak terlalu berharga.



Disinilah cacat fatal dari kebiadaban2 ajaran Alquran dan Syariah2nya.
 Tidak ada ayat yang menyatakan siapa yang berhak melakukan
penghukuman pemotongan tangan, tidak juga dinyatakan siapa yang berhak
melakukan eksekusi hukum rajam.

Pada prakteknya dizaman dulu, hukum rajam boleh dilakukan oleh siapa
saja, dan memang pelakunya justru masyarakat banyak yang dikumpulkan
disebuah tanah yang sudah digali lubang tempat korban dieksekusi. 
Setelah semua rakyat kumpul disekelilingnya, mereka memulai
menyambitkan batu kepada kepala korban yang dikubur sebatas lehernya saja.

Demikian juga masalah pemotongan tangan terhadap pencuri, asalkan ada
saksi 4 orang sudah langsung setiap orang boleh memotong tangan
sitertuduh.

Namun, dalam perjalanannya ada kerajaan2 Islam yang akhirnya juga
melarang siapapun melakukan eksekusi kecuali mereka yang mendapatkan
izin dari caliph ataupun dari rajanya.  Bahkan kerajaan2 Islam
sekarang sudah memiliki badan pengadilan, dan untuk eksekusinya bukan
lagi dilakukan oleh rakyat kebanyakan.

Namun Syariah Islam di-negara2 seperti Afrika tetap masih melakukan
eksekusi sesuai dengan ajaran AlQuran dizaman dulu sehingga benar2
chaos dan biadab karena semua orang berhak melakukan eksekusi yang
mengerikan dan diluar perikemanusiaan ini.

Apa yang terhadi di Aceh, seharusnya ditangkap pelakunya oleh yang
berwenang, karena meskipun di Aceh berlaku Syariah Islam, namun
wewanang eksekusi tertuduh tetap berada ditangan pengadilan bukan
ditangan orang banyak.

Ny. Muslim binti Muskitawati.






















> Mnrt Ketua Badan Syariah sudah 22 kasus penghukuman serupa dilakukan di
> Aceh. Apa kalo korupsi juga bisa dipotong tangannya? Soalnya di Qur'an
> tidak ada ayat ttg korupsi!
> 
> What's become to our civilized country and people ?
> 
> Gabriela Rantau
> 
> Monday, June 16, 2008 4:03 PM
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> Mob tries to cut off thief's hand in Aceh
> Hotli Simanjuntak        ,        The Jakarta Post          ,     
> Lhokseumawe      |  Mon, 06/16/2008 10:03 AM  |  Headlines
> 
> Residents in a North Aceh village almost cut off a thief's hand late
> Saturday, in what was the first known attempt at sharia-style punishment
> of its kind in the province.
> 
> Saidan, 50, was rushed to the hospital unconscious after locals in
> Meurah Mulia district accused him of stealing cattle and beat him up
> before attempting to sever his left hand.
> 
> Residents of Desa Manyang said they had heard a villager cry for help
> when Saidan was killing a goat in a shed behind a house. They ambushed
> Saidan and tried to carry out the first sharia-style punishment for
> stealing in Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam, although no such penalty formally
> exists here.
> 
> A local, Muhammad, said villagers had been frustrated for some time with
> thieves targeting their cattle.
> 
> "Usually thieves kill their catch in their sheds and take the meat to
> market," he said.
> 
> Police said residents should not have taken the law into their own
> hands, adding that Aceh does not have a regulation on stealing.
> 
> Since sharia law was introduced in 2004 the provincial government has
> formulated bylaws on four issues -- Muslim clothing, liquor, gambling
> and sexual behavior -- all punishable by flogging in public.
> 
> Natsir Ilyas, the head of the provincial sharia agency, said so far
> there had been 22 cases of such punishments.
> 
> North Aceh Police chief Adj. Snr. Comr. Zulkifli said locals should have
> delivered the suspect to the police.
> 
> "They should not have tried to cut off his hand; we have other legal
> ways of dealing with thieves," he told The Jakarta Post. There was no
> immediate report of arrests of residents involved in the incident.
> 
> Critics of sharia law in Aceh, based on its special autonomy law, say
> its implementation discriminates against women and the poor. Dozens of
> other regencies across the country have also adopted "Islamic" bylaws,
> making use of unprecedented authority under regional autonomy.
> 
> The government said it would review bylaws in violation of the
> Constitution. However in February home minister Mardiyanto said there
> was no problem with the bylaws, saying they were only on public order
> and did not apply to non Muslims.
>


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