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Sunday, 29 May 2016

9 LANGKAH YANG PERLU DIAMBIL BAGI MEMBOLEHKAN HUDUD DILAKSANAKAN DI MALAYSIA


Macam mana nak buat hudud di Malaysia?

Oleh : Jebat

1. Kita perlukan 2/3 suara parlimen untuk ubah perlembagaan.

2. Dah dapat 2/3 nak buat apa? Buat usul kembalikan kuasa raja / sultan kepada kedudukan asalnya dengan ketetapan Sultan dan Raja-Raja Melayu diberikan kuasa mutlak.

3. Lepas dah kembali nak buat apa?

4. Yang Dipertuan Agong bubarkan parlimen termasuk bubarkan Suruhanjaya Pilihanraya.

5. Lepas dah bubar nak buat apa? Yang Dipertuan Agong dan Raja-Raja Melayu boleh bermesyuarat untuk memikirkan langkah menubuhkan Dewan Majlis Penasihat Diraja Raja-Raja Melayu.

6. Peranan Dewan Majlis Penasihat Diraja Raja-Raja Melayu ini berperanan sebagai merangka perlembagaan baru.

7. Keahlian dalam Dewan Penasihat Majlis Penasihat Diraja Raja-Raja dipilih bersandarkan kepada kepakaran individu tertentu dalam bidang masing-masing.

8 . Selepas Perlembagaan baru selesai, maka Majlis Raja-Raja Melayu boleh buat perintah untuk pewartaan.

9. Lepas dah warta, maka segala undang-undang mengenai Syariah boleh dipinda dan ditambah baik selaras dengan Al-Quran dan Sunnah tanpa perlu mendengar suara-suara orang bukan ISLAM atau orang ISLAM yang jahil mengenai ISLAM. Dengan kuasa mutlak maka tak sapa boleh bantah kalau Majlis Raja-Raja Melayu dah buat keputusan. Sebab negara kita pun dah tak jadi demokrasi dah...

Ini jer cara untuk buat hudud kat Malaysia ni. Sebab kalau korang kaji betul-betul, Hudud yang tulen ni hanya wujud kat Arab Saudi yang rajanya berkuasa mutlak... Wakakakkakkakakak

Alang-alang nak ubah! Ubah semua sekali... Ubah!!! Ini kalilah!


Bacaan lanjut mengenai kaedah perlaksanaan hudud di Arab Saudi boleh dibaca disini : http://www.nyulawglobal.org/globalex/Saudi_Arabia1.html
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[VIDEO] HUDUD DI ARAB SAUDI (DENGAN TERJEMAHAN BAHASA MELAYU)



Jika kau perasan, Bila Hadi Awang bawak personal bill dan disokong oleh ahli parlimen BN, maka kau akan lihat berapa banyak wakil rakyat dari DAP dan juga dari PAN (Ada sekor dari Shah Alam kalau tak salah) membebel tah hapa-hapa. 

Lepas tu, korang perasan, ada plak exco Kedah dari MCA yang keluar parti gara-gara private bill berkenaan. Dan ada plak beberapa menteri yang menang atas 'hidung' pun sama bangkang. 

Walhal Hadi bukan bawak 'bill' pasal hudud pun.

See.... korang nampak tak permainan Najib dan Hadi Awang? Diorang nak rakyat 'tengok' siapa yang menentang hudud sebenarnya... Wakakakakakak
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Friday, 27 May 2016

[VIDEO PENUH] UCAPAN 'POWER' MENTERI LUAR ARAB SAUDI (DENGAN TERJEMAHAN BAHASA MELAYU)



Al-Jubeir: There Are No Tents for Syrian Refugees in Saudi Arabia

The Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir said that Saudi Arabia, led by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman Abdulaziz, takes a considerable interest in the affairs of Syrian refugees and stressed that Syrians enjoy the same rights to health care, education and employment in Saudi Arabia.

While attending the World Humanitarian Summit held in Istanbul yesterday, the Saudi Foreign Minister said that more than two million Syrians have visited the kingdom since the beginning of the crisis, and added that “There are no camps or tents for Syrian refugees in the Kingdom. Rather, they enjoy the same rights to health care, education and work”.

Al-Jubeir indicated that the World Humanitarian Summit is the first of its kind and is an important step in the development and progression of charitable and humanitarian work in order to serve mankind.

The Saudi Foreign Minister held a meeting yesterday with the Secretary General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon on the side lines of the first World Humanitarian Summit hosted by the Turkish city of Istanbul. During the meeting, they discussed topics on the agenda of the summit. They also discussed Saudi Arabia’s efforts to develop aspects of joint cooperation between Saudi Arabia and the United Nations and its various programs and agencies, especially in the humanitarian and development fields. Support provided by the Kingdom to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) also featured at the talks.

In addition to this, developments in regional and international issues were reviewed at the meeting. The Chairman of the Media Department at the Foreign Ministry Ambassador Osama Naqli and the Saudi Ambassador to Turkey Dr Adil Murad Mirdad and the Assistant Undersecretary of the Foreign Ministry for Multi-Lateral Relations Ambassador Ali Jaafar also attended the meeting.

Sources : http://english.aawsat.com/2016/05/article55351409/al-jubeir-no-tents-syrian-refugees-saudi-arabia
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Wednesday, 25 May 2016

KENAPA ARAB SAUDI BENARKAN U.S BUKA PENGKALAN TENTERA DI NEGARANYA KETIKA PERANG TELUK PERTAMA?

Oleh : Jebat

Disebabkan banyak sangat dok tanya kenapa Arab Saudi benarkan Amerika Syarikat gunakan kawasan mereka sebagai pengkalan untuk menyerang Iraq ketika perang teluk pertama. Sini aku tampilkan jawapan dari hasil pembacaan dan kajian yang telah aku lakukan.

1.Telah mendapat kebenaran dari Ulama. Mufti Arab Saudi, Syeikh Abdul Aziz bin Baz mengeluarkan fatwa membenarkan kemasukan tentera bukan ISLAM ke dalam Arab Saudi ekoran melihat mudarat yang lebih ringan. (http://www.abukhadeejah.com/ibn-baaz-allowed-the-american-military-into-saudi-arabia/).

2. Tidak ada satu pun negara ISLAM yang mempunyai kekuatan pertahanan dan teknologi ketenteraan yang canggih sepertimana yang Amerika Syarikat ada. (Dan kebanyakkan negara ISLAM pun import senjata daripada negara barat untuk pertahan negaranya. Tak yah cakap Saudi, negara kita pun pakai produk Amerika.) Hatta korang nak kata kita ada pejuang Islam Mujahiddis pun, mereka tak ada teknologi ketenteraan, sebaliknya guna senjata yang dibekalkan oleh Amerika Syarikat kepada mereka. (http://www.theguardian.com/world/1999/jan/17/yemen.islam)

Tentera Arab Saudi solat berjemaah ketika perang teluk 1990
3. Perlu diingatkan disini, Arab Saudi bertindak membenarkan Amerika Syarikat berpengkalan hanya buat sementara dan bila operasi dah habis, mereka keluar dari negara berkenaan dan berpindah ke Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, dan Oman. Kalau ada saki baki pun, hanya untuk tujuan latihan. Dan pada 2003, Amerika Syarikat akhirnya keluarkan saki baki tenteranya dari Arab Saudi. (http://content.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,447940,00.html

Ala, macam waktu Malaya dalam era konfrantasilah, ada jer pengkalan udara Australia kat Butterworth. Ada jer tentera British mendarat kat pelabuhan. Kau nak kata pemimpin Malaya time tu kafir sebab terima bantuan dari negara bukan ISLAM untuk pertahankan Malaya? Dan kalau korang consider pemimpin Malaya kafir, maka korang yang tengah membaca tulisan ni pun boleh cosider diri korang sama macam mereka, sebab tinggal di negara yang mendapat perlindungan dari negara kuffar.

4. Ramai yang menyangka bahawa Saddam adalah pejuang Islam. Aku tak kata dia kafir. Tapi waktu dia memerintah, ideologi yang dia pegang waktu tu adalah sosialis. Kalau benar dia seorang muslim sejati, dia tak pi serang Kuwait tak memasal. Sedangkan Kuwait tak kacau dia pun. Dan kalau cakap soal perang, tak nak tanya ke berapa ramai orang awam Kuwait mati gara-gara kegilaan Saddam? Dan just nak bagi tau korang gak, Saddam ni dari parti Ba'ath Iraq, yang ada perkaitan dengan Parti Ba'ath Syria, parti yang diwakili oleh Bashar Al-Assad. (rujuk : Arab Socialist Ba'ath Party)

5. So aku harap, jangan la dok senang-senang cakap benda yang korang tak buat penyelidikkan. Kaji dulu dan selidik setiap maklumat yang korang terima. Bukan main hadam tak tentu pasal. Tak guna ada google kalau tak reti nak tekan butang 'search'.
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Tuesday, 24 May 2016

KENAPA ARAB SAUDI TIDAK MENYERANG SYRIA?

Oleh : Jebat

Ada yang dok bertanya, kenapa Arab Saudi dan pakatannya boleh menyerang Yaman tapi tidak di Syria?

1. Arab Saudi tak mau serang Syria sebab yang bakal diserang itu masih kerajaan yang sah. Dan mereka tak nak jadi macam Amerika yang suka hati serang negara orang lain, walaupun negara tu masih ada pemerintah yang sah. Secara etikanya apabila anda menyerang negara lain tanpa dijemput secara 'official' oleh pemerintah disana, anda dikira berperang secara rasmi dengan kerajaan yang sah itu. Sedangkan prinsip luar Arab Saudi adalah menghormati sesiapa sahaja yang memerintah mana-mana negara (sama ada naik melalui jalan demokrasi atau sebaliknya - tetapi sah). Dan perlu diingatkan disini, salah satu sebab Russia defend Syria, adalah disebabkan Bashar Al-Assad masih pemimpin sah Syria. Malah jika merujuk pada PBB sekalipun, Bashar masih diiktiraf sebagai pemerintah sah negara berkenaan.

2. Dalam kes di Bahrain (2011) dan Yaman (2015), Arab Saudi melakukan military intervention ekoran permintaan secara rasmi oleh pemimpin negara berkenaan iaitu Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa (Bahrain) dan Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi (Yaman) bagi menghapuskan ancaman.


3. Tapi pasti yang akan kata, kenapa plak Arab Saudi boleh terlibat dalam perang teluk pertama. Sedangkan Iraq tak serang Arab Saudi pun. Dalam kes perang teluk Pertama, perlu diingatkan bahawa, Arab Saudi tidak menyerang Iraq, sebaliknya menghalau keluar tentera Iraq yang menawan Kuwait. Dan tindakan ini dilaksanakan atas permintaan pemimpin Kuwait sendiri. Dan perlu dijelaskan disini, selain Amerika Syarikat yang merupakan penyumbang utama kepada military personal, Pakistan, Oman, United Arab Emirates, Mesir, Syria, Maghribi, Bahrain, Qatar, Poland, Czechoslovakia, France, Canada, Italy, Australia, Jepun, Bangladesh, Belanda, Argentina, Senegal, Sepanyol, Korea Selatan, Denmark, New Zealand, Hugary, Norway dan Turki antara negara yang menghantar kontinjen untuk pelbagai jenis tugasan. 

Kalau nak jadikan bahan kes, apa yang terjadi pada perang teluk pertama lebih kurang sama dengan kes macam era Malaysia di era konfrantasi dengan Indonesia la... Belum pun kena tawan pun, British, New Zealand, Australia, Fiji dah sibuk mendarat di Tanah Melayu bagi mempertahankan Tanah Melayu

Dan sedikit maklumat tambahan, ketika perang teluk pertama berlaku, Iraq secara teknikalnya juga menyerang Arab Saudi dengan melancarkan serangan peluru berpandu Scud ke wilayah Arab Saudi di Dhahran dan Riyadh.

4. Dalam isu di Bahrain, Arab Saudi intervene dengan bantuan UAE, dan macam aku cakap mereka masuk campur di Bahrain atas permintaan pemerintah disana. (Majoriti rakyat Bahrain adalah Syiah, tetapi yang menjadi kerajaan di sana adalah dari kalangan Sunni.)

5. Dalam kes di Yaman, Arab Saudi intervene dengan bantuan dari negara GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) iaitu Kuwait, UAE, Bahrain, Qatar kecuali Oman (yang bersikap neutral), Amerika Syarikat dan Britain (supply barang). Selain itu negara-negara lain yang turut menyertai misi ini adalah Morroco, Mesir, Turki, Jordan, Pakistan dan Sudan. Yang mana kebanyakkan negara ini sumbangkan pesawat pejuang. (Houthi yang menumbangkan pemerintah sah Yaman adalah berideologikan Syiah. Kumpulan ini adalah dari kelompok minoriti yang berpusat di Sa'ada, utara Yaman. Mendapat bantuan dari Hezbullah dan Iran selain backup dari tentera yang setia dengan Presiden Yaman sebelum ini, Ali Abdullah Salleh.)

Jadi Apa Yang Arab Saudi Buat Dekat Syria?

1. Secara officialnya Arab Saudi memang tak ada sebarang direct intervention dalam situasi di Syria. Namun dalam masa yang sama Arab Saudi menggerakkan usaha menaja pasukan-pasukan pejuang tempatan seperti Syrian Free Army (SFA) dengan dana dan persenjataan.

2. Dalam masa yang sama Arab Saudi dah sumbang duit berjuta-juta dolar untuk humanitarian mission di negara-negara Arab yang menerima pelarian Syria. Malah Arab Saudi sendiri menerima hampir 2.5 juta pelarian Syria dan memberi taraf penduduk tetap Arab Saudi.
Nak berperang ni bukan bleh main bantai-bantai jer. Banyak perlu diambil perhatian. Lainlah macam yang kaki kritik tak habis-habis tu. Macam dorang plak terlibat dalam misi ketenteraan.
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DASAR PERTAHANAN MALAYSIA / MALAYSIA DEFENCE WHITE PAPER




Dasar Pertahanan Negara adalah untuk melindungi dan mempertahankan kepentingan negara yang menjadi teras kepada kedaulatan, keutuhan wilayah dan kesejahteraan ekonomi. Untuk mencapai tujuan tersebut, keperluan strategi komprehensif telah dibentuk sebagai prinsip-prinsip asas pertahan. Prinsip utama dalam strategi ini ialah keupayaan untuk berdikari. Prasyarat ialah komitmen yang utuh daripada semua sektor. Bagi maksud ini, konsep Pertahanan Menyeluruh adalah penting untuk melengkapkan keupayaan untuk berdikari.

SUMMARY OF NATIONAL DEFENCE POLICY

National Defence Policy reflecting the country to defend its strategic interests and maintain national security. Defence policy outlines the three main base, the country's strategic interests, the principles of defence and defence concepts. It emphasizes the need to maintain the strategic importance of environment of a stable and secure.

The area's strategic importance can be seen from the three levels of the immediate area, regional and global. Immediate area, regional and global. Immediate area, including land area, territorial waters, airspace, the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ), Straits of Malacca and the entrance gate, and the Straits of Singapore as well as lines of communication that links the sea and air Peninsular Malaysia with Sabah and Sarawak.

Region is considered important by Malaysia covers East Asia, including the Andaman Islands and the South China Sea. Malaysia sees the developments in the region will also affect the security and development. This is important for Malaysia to share land or sea borders, or both, with almost all ASEAN member countries. Any disruption to the region's security, whether in the form of internal conflict and external region the region, will have an impact on national security.

National trade ties growing, new markets for its products, increasing foreign investment and the acquisition of private companies with interests throughout the world, has broadened its interests beyond the immediate area and regional . Based on this, it is a national interest to ensure peace is maintained.

Taking into account the strategic importance of factors and competing interests, Malaysia defence revolves around the fundamental principles of Self-Reliance, Regional Cooperation and Foreign Aid.

As an independent and sovereign country, Malaysia is aware that the most appropriate measures to safeguard the interests and national security is through the pursuit of selfreliance that is the core of its defence policy. 

This principle emphasizes self-reliance in the Armed Forces structure of national self-reliance. It involves not only combat forces but also the logistical support network of military-industrial cooperation in line with national development priorities. In this context, self-reliance should not be limited to military efforts alone but should involve all relevant government agencies and the people.

However, taking into the limits, national self-reliance is generally based on two runways. First, have the ability to act independently without external assistance in matters concerning internal security, and second, have the ability to act independently of its territorial integrity and security interests within the immediate vicinity of the external threats of low and intermediate level.

Because of its geographical location in the middle of Southeast Asia, could not help the strategic interests of Malaysia has close ties with countries in the region to another. Based on this position, the security of Malaysia is part of the security of member countries of ASEAN. Thus, any threat to Malaysia is also seen as a threat to ASEAN. Accordingly, Malaysia gives priority to regional cooperation.

In the context of regional cooperation, Malaysia also encourages the establishment of bilateral defence cooperation among the countries of ASEAN. A network of bilateral defence cooperation with ASEAN countries will assist in the process of building confidence and promoting transparency. In line with this approach, Malaysia will promote and contribute to the development of a strong and effective ASEAN to ensure the security of Southeast Asia.

Malaysia to see the establishment of the ASEAN Regional Forum (ASEAN Regional Forum - ARF) as a significant development towards sustainable peace and regional stability. Initiative by ASEAN has successfully brought together participants to share views on common security concerns. The dialogue process has proven to be an important mechanism to build confidence. ARF activities will foster a more intimate cooperation and better understanding among ARF participants.

To complement the efforts of regional cooperation, Malaysia is also aware of the need for external assistance from countries outside the region. The assistance includes support for moral and physical training facilities, technology transfer and supply of equipment. Towards this effort, it has taken steps to establish and reinforce relations with countries outside the region. 

Although the country is responsible for the principles of The Peace, Independent and Impartial (ZOPFAN), this should not be the need to seek assistance from sources outside the region. This is especially so when the threat is beyond the capability of the local force.

Malaysia considers the rules of Five National Defence (FPDA), which comprises Singapore, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and

Malaysia as a gateway to obtain foreign aid. FPDA is the only form of formal rules involving the defence of Malaysia and other countries outside the region. At its inception, the country realized that self- reliance requires a certain period of time to achieve. Hence, the FPDA has become a channel for Malaysia to develop defence capabilities with the help of partner countries that have long established relations with Malaysia. 

The pattern of consultation mechanisms open to the FPDA countries to obtain foreign aid and security guarantees. Malaysia is committed to the establishment of the FPDA remains relevant. However, the strategic scenario and the enhanced ability of the Malaysia Armed Forces (ATM), the role of FPDA has been restructured to reflect current needs.

Malaysian firm commitment to the United Nations Charter requires the establishment of the country subscribes to a form of defensive defence. In this regard, defence policy has been to formulate strategies based on the principle of resistance and prevent the overall defence. This policy also outlines the need to prevent conflict in their own territory, either by preventing it from happening, or by engaging the enemy as far as possible outside the territory of Malaysia.

The concept aims to prevent resistance to prevent potential enemies from adopting policies that conflict with peaceful conflict resolution measures. This requires the implementation of preventive strategies as well as efforts to develop a military that has a strong capacity to face the war. This will ensure that the country has the ability to prevent such acts of force or violence by opponents.

The concept of a comprehensive defense-related with total and integrated efforts undertaken by the Government, non-governmental agencies, private sector and citizens to defend the country. 

Preservation of the integrity and sovereignty of Malaysia requires the commitment of all citizens, and not just the Armed Forces. While the defence of the country is the responsibility of the security forces, the duty to ensure that the team is able to withstand the challenges of national responsibility.

Although it recognizes the importance of regional cooperation and external assistance, Malaysia believes that self-reliance should continue to be the cornerstone of national defence. In this regard, Malaysia will continue to work towards enhancing and developing the capacity of ATM as well as promoting awareness of defence and patriotism among the people.
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