Ini salah satu bentuk pembodohan dalam Islam. Untuk mengekang umatnya
agar tidak keluar cangkang dan melihat kebenaran yg sesungguhnya,
dibuatlah cerita2 fantasi seperti ini. 

JIka ada orang lain yg mengatakan ini salah, merekapun sudah ada
penangkalnya, yaitu orang lain selalu berusaha menjatuhkan Islam. 

Memang layak dikasihani...

--- In, "utusan.allah" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Berita taik kucing begini anda anggap ada gunanya disampaikan di
> mailing list ini.
> It is an insult to the intelligence.
> Dan yang sanggup melahap berita taik kucing begini memang orang-orang
> dungu seperti anda.
> Agar anda maklumi, berita ini tidak punya referensi apa apa, selain
> nama Karla yang tidak dibuktikan pernah ada..
> Sadarlah Roslan Salleh anda itu sungguh dungu.
> Dungu kayak kerbau.
> --- In, Roslan Salleh <roslan.salleh@> wrote:
> >
> > Karla’s conversion to Islam  by: Admin 
> >     “How could you, an educated American woman convert to Islam -
> a religion that oppresses women?” - Blonde-haired blue-eyed, former
> Christian, Karla, explains how her theological dissatisfaction with
> the doctrine of Jesus as God and her discovery of the rights given to
> women in Islam led her to become a Muslim.
> >   My conversion process to Islam was a long one (it took 20 years!).
> It started when I was 12. I went to this over-priced private
> school…very Anglophile…made us wear uniforms…had us in Forms,
> rather than grades, etc. Anyway, we were studying the major religions
> of the worldâ€"had a little book on Christianity, one on Judaism,
> Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism. I remember being really fascinated with
> Islam, and thinking that Muslims weren’t hypocrites like the
> Christians I knew. I remember two things really standing out for me.
> One, being the focus on one God alone. I had always had questions
> about Christianity’s viewing Jesus as Godâ€"and how that went
> against the first commandment. The second item that stood out was
> salat. Not just praying five times/day, but how the majority of the
> prayer focused on worshiping God. In Christianity, our prayers tended
> to be “gimme prayers.” “God, give me this…God give me that.”
> >   I went to college in Washington DC, which has a pretty large
> Muslim population. My interest in Islam was still definitely
> thereâ€"although I was way too shy. I used to do “drive by
> mosquings”â€"going by the Islamic Center on Mass Ave., too shy to go
> in. Once I called to see if they had classes for people interested in
> Islam, but I never received a call back. I did buy myself a copy of
> the Qur’an, and began to read it. It was amazing. It just kind of
> went into my heart, y’know? The thing that really amazed me about
> Islam from the beginning, were the rights given to women. I know many
> people today would laugh at me for such a statement, but as somebody
> who has read the Bibleâ€"I saw rights given to women in Islam that
> were never given to women in the Bible. Women were given the right to
> refuse a partner in marriage; whereas, in typical Christian Western
> Culture at the time (600s CE), women were basically viewed as their
> father’s propertyâ€"to marry as he saw fit.
> >  Women were guaranteed a portion of their father’s and husband’s
> inheritance; whereas, in the West, that inheritance typically went
> only to the eldest son. Women had the right to own property and enter
> into contracts. A right that women in the United States did not obtain
> until the mid-Nineteenth Century. The Prophet Muhammed preached
> against female infanticideâ€"a common practice of the time, and one
> that is still a problem in India and China. Of course, today it is a
> high-tech female infanticideâ€"abortions done after an ultrasound to
> determine the sex of the child. Both men and women were admonished to
> seek knowledge from “the cradle to the grave.” Unfortunately,
> culture seems to interfere with some of those rights these days.
> >   During my senior year, I found a dawa program on TV called,
> “Islam.” It featured a western looking woman anchor who would
> interview people on various topics regarding Islam. I believe it was
> put out by the Islamic Information Service, but I’m not sure. I
> became totally addicted to this show…actually setting my VCR to tape
> it, if I was going to be out. I don’t remember which channel it was
> onâ€"just that it was shown on Fridays, and that each show began with
> “In the name of God, Most Merciful, Most Gracious.” When the
> shahadah show came on, I knew I believed…so I said it with my TV. In
> God’s mind did I become a Muslim then? I don’t know.
> Unfortunately, I did not know any Muslims to talk to about Islam. I
> was also very worried about what my friends and family would think.
> Sometime following graduation (I think this was 1990 or 1991), the
> Saudi Embassy sponsored an Islamic Art exhibit downtown. I remember
> asking one of the exhibitors if they had any
> >  additional information on Islamâ€"and the guy said, “No.” I was
> crushed. I just didn’t know where to turn to find out more about
> Islam. Who to talk to about my questions. I was just too shy to go
> into a mosque. I didn’t even know if I could go in, as a woman. I
> didn’t know if I’d be properly dressed…or if I’d be the only
> non-Arabic speaking person there. I just kept reading my Qur’an, and
> asking God the questions. Hoping God would answer my prayers.
> >   My hunger for God did not cease, however….so I decided to go
> with a more conventional religion, and became a Christian sometime
> during my mid-20s. The problem was, I always had questions/doubts
> regarding Christianityâ€"mainly about the concept of the
> Trinity/Divinity of Jesus. Jesus as God just didn’t make sense to
> meâ€"as it would go against the First commandment and what Jesus
> himself seemed to practice. He always focused on God the Father, so to
> speak. When asked, he said that the Greatest Commandment was to love
> the Lord your God with all your heart, soul, and mind. Godâ€"singular.
> That’s something I’ve always strived to do, and hope to improve at
> still. I asked a few different pastors about my doubts, and the
> response I would get would be, “You simply need to have faith.” I
> remember in one Bible study class this guy started saying all these
> lies about Muslims. I spoke up, and said, “That’s not true.” and
> began to tell the people in my Sunday School
> >  about what Muslims really believed. See…even then…I couldn’t
> deny the shahadah. I still believed that there was only one God, God,
> and that Muhammad was the Prophet of God.
> >   While at grad school in Tennessee, I contacted the Muslim Student
> Association on campus. Two sisters met me at a local bakery for tea.
> Unfortunately, they didn’t really understand that I wanted to
> convertâ€"and the whole meeting was rather bizarre. I decided that I
> would just consider myself a Monotheist, and call it a day. I would
> read on all of the major Monotheistic faithsâ€"Judaism, Islam, and
> Christianity. I became more and more uncomfortable with Christianity,
> though. If I went into a church, and there was a crucifix on the
> wall…it would weird me out. It seemed like an idol that people were
> worshipping. I did enjoy learning more about Judaismâ€"and found it to
> be the closest to Islam. Sadly, the two brothers fight way too much
> these days.
> >   I joined my current company almost two years ago. Coincidentally
> during my HR orientation, there was a guy who I would work a lot with
> there. He ended up working for me on numerous projects, and we became
> friends. He was just out of college, and a rebel. I started asking him
> how he could drink, if he was a Muslim (threatened to tell his
> Mom)….asked him why he didn’t go to Jummah (Friday) prayer, etc.
> Over the course of a year, I realized that in talking to him, I was
> really talking to myself. (I don’t drink thoughâ€"never have.)
> >   So around last February, I went to our local Islamic Center’s
> New Muslims class on a Wednesday night. There was nobody there. One of
> the brothers kept saying…just wait for Isha (the evening
> prayer)…the Imam (religious leader) will be here…but I felt too
> uncomfortable. I left. About four weeks later, I tried again. There
> was a class going on. That night, 10-11 years after I had first said
> shahadah in my apartment in DC in front of a TV set, I said shahadah
> in front of the Imam, a Muslim Sister, and a whole bunch of people
> interested in Islam. Since that time, I’ve learned to pray
> (something I had tried to teach myself through the Web and videos for
> years!)…and begun to study Arabic. Insha’Allah (God willing), one
> day I’ll be able to read and understand the Qur’an in Arabic.
> I’m totally amazed that I can already read certain bits of the
> Qur’an; although, my vocabulary does not allow me to understand
> much…yet.
> >   Monday, October 8th 2001, was a momentous day in my life as a
> Muslim as well. I wore hijab (Muslim head covering) for the first time
> ever to work as part of the Scarves for Solidarity campaign. I was the
> celebrity at workâ€"people kept walking by my office door, etc. I had
> posted articles about “Scarves for Solidarity” as well as Islam on
> the door. And when people asked me, “Are you one of them?” or
> “Are you a Muslim?” I said, “Yes.” So now I’m out of the
> “Muslim-closet” at work. I guess people just assumed that a
> blonde-haired blue-eyed person could not be a Muslim. The main
> question people seem to ask, is “How could you, an educated American
> woman convert to Islamâ€"a religion that oppresses women?” They are
> quick to try and equate the rights of women in Afghanistan with the
> rights of Muslim women everywhere. Basically, what I tell them, is
> that the Qur’an gives women more rights than the Bible doesâ€"in
> print. That was one of the things that
> >  first drew me to Islam. Unfortunately today, Islam is no longer the
> leader in women’s rights. I had a choiceâ€"deny what I believe (i.e.
> that There is only one God, and that Muhammed is a Prophet of
> God)…or accept what I believe, but work to change the problems that
> exist within the Muslim community. I chose the latter.
> >   Sister Karla
> > 
> > 
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