BGNM kalo keadaan dibalik: sejumlah orang kafir disinyalir merencanakan
murder and mayham di Saudi Arabia ato negara Islami laennya. apakah
kadi/hakim Islam akan memberi kesempatan yg serupa thdp orang2 yg akan
mturut menetukan nasib tertuduh?
Tidak usah jauh2, ingat Tibo CS yg langsung di-dor tanpa diberi
kesempatan naek banding sedangkan Bali bombers sudahberkali2 naik
banding dan mengajukan segala macam keberatan. Mereka dan para
pendukungnya lupa bhw ketiga jihadists itu membunuh tanpa pity, tanpa
remorse 202 orang yg tidak mereka kenal dan jelas tidak pernah
mengganggu Amrozi Cs. Bgmn mana dengan keluarga yg ditinggalkan? Bgmn
dengan penderitaan ekonomi rakyat Bali dan perusahaan2 di sana?
--- In email@example.com, Jusfiq Hadjar <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Six driven to wage jihad, court told
> October 27, 2008
> SIX Sydney men accused of conspiring to commit a terrorist act were
strong adherents of the Islamic faith, driven by religion and ideology
to carry out violent jihad against the Australian public, potential
jurors have been told.
> Crown Prosecutor Richard Maidment SC today addressed the first 220
potential jurors for the NSW Supreme Court trial at the Parramatta court
> Bradley Umar Sariff Baladjam, 31, Khaled Cheikho, 35, Moustafa
Cheikho, 31, Mohamed Ali Elomar, 43, Abdul Rakib Hasan, 39, and Mohammed
Omar Jamal, 24, are accused of conspiring to commit acts in preparation
for a terrorist act.
> Mr Maidment said the men were conspiring to carry out acts of
violence, including the detonation of explosives and use of firearms,
between July 2004 and November 2005.
> âThe crown alleges that each of these men were apparently
strong adherents to the Islamic faith and were each motivated by a
particular religious, political or ideological cause - being the pursuit
of violent jihad - which each of the accused apparently believed was
founded in the teachings of the Islamic faith,â he told the jury
> âIn essence, that meant that the accused were motivated to
carry out violent activities against members of the Australian community
as a whole, in pursuit of their ideals.â
> Mr Maidment said the kind of terrorist acts contemplated by the men
included the detonation of an explosive device, or devices, or the use
> The preparatory acts alleged included obtaining or seeking to obtain
large quantities of firearms and ammunition, and significant quantities
of chemicals which Mr Maidment said were for the purpose of making
explosives âcapable of causing substantial damage and loss of
> The judge, Anthony Whealy, urged the potential jurors not to offer
themselves for service unless they were certain they could bring an
unbiased mind to the trial.
> âEach of the accused is entitled, and emphatically entitled, to
the presumption of innocence,â Justice Whealy told jurors in the
assembly room via videolink from the court.
> âThe fact that each is an adherent to the Muslim faith cannot
be something that is allowed to raise any aspect of bias.
> âIt is important to repeat and stress that those who wish to
serve on the jury should offer themselves for service only if they are
able to bring an unbiased approach to persons of the Muslim faith.
> âSimilarly, if you are of the Muslim faith and harbour
resentment to non-Muslims, you should not offer yourself for
> The jury selection process is expected to last the remainder of the
week, with Justice Whealy telling the potential jurors the trial could
take up to a year and involve 700 witnesses.
> Jusfiq Hadjar gelar Sutan Maradjo Lelo
> Allah yang disembah orang Islam tipikal dan yang digambarkan oleh
al-Mushaf itu dungu, buas, kejam, keji, ganas, zalim lagi biadab
hanyalah Allah fiktif.