http://www.spiegel.de/international/spi ... 03,00.html
April 19, 2006 Font:
THE VOICES OF ISLAM : kotbah2 Jumat di mesjid2 Barat
Majalah Jerman, THE SPIEGEL mencatat kotbah2 Jumat di mesjid2 diseputar dunia
. Sambil mengiming2 pengikut dgn kenikmatan surga, para imam menanamkan benih2 kebencian terhdp pemerintah dan malah kadang menyebarkan kebencian
... Di sebuah mesjid BERLIN
, sebuah kru TV diam2 merekam kotbah seorang umam Turki yg menggambarkan rakya Jerman sbg 'tidak bertuhan' dan malah mengolok2 'bau badan' orang Jerman.
, pengkotbah tersohor--Abu Hamza al-Masri--menyerukan agar orang2 beriman membunuh turis2 wanita di negara asalnya, Mesir, dgn mengatakan : "Jika seorang wanita, bahkan seorang wanita Muslim, bertelanjang ria dan kau tidak dapat menutupi tubuhnya, maka sah utk MEMBUNUHNYA."
Jangan lupa juga utk menonton video rekaman rahasia ttg kotbah2 di mesjid2 London yg disiarkan TV Inggris, Channel 4, yg menunjukkan bukti SUPREMASI ISLAM, kebencian terhdp wanita dan pendukungan terhdp kekerasan di sejumalh mesjid2 dan institusi2 Musliim 'moderat' UK: http://www.littlegreenfootballs.com/web ... osque&only
Memang banyak khotib2 yg menyuarakan perdamaian didepan audiens Barat, TETAPI begitu mereka menghadapi pendengar Muslim, kata2 sang khotib berubah drastis dan terdengar semakin radikal
. Dlm wawancara TV dgn imam Yusuf al-Qaradawi
, pakar Islam yg paling berpengaruh saat ini, ia menyatakan ada ruang bagi Kristen dan Yahudi2 soleh di surga. TAPI dlm situsnya yg berbhs Arab tidak lama kemudian, ia menegaskan dgn setegas mungkin bahwa ia percaya Kristen dan Yahudi pada akhirnya tidak lebih dari sekedar kafir.
(Taqqiya klasik !)
Para imam di ISTANBUL & JAKARTA
lebih berkonsentrasi kpd teologi, sementara kotbah2 Jumat di Pakistan, Iran dan Jalur Gaza bersifat lebih politis. Di kawasan2 ini, para imam membakar semangat pendengar dan menarik garis tegas antara Darul Islam (Wawasan Islam) dan Darul Harb (Wawasan Perang alias wawasan yg dihuni kafir).
, Pakistan, Maulana Khalil Ahmad membandingkan agama2 monotheis dunia dan -- jelas -- memuja2 Islam sbg yg paling komplit dari semuanya. Tapi ia masih kalah dgn rekannya, imam Abd al-Akbar Chitrali, yg bahkan seminggu sebelumnya di tempat yg sama menghina presiden Pakistan, Pervez Musharraf. Musharraf, katanya, mencoba memberlakukn "sekularisasi Barat" ala idolanya, pemimpin Turki, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk. Pendiri Turki modern, kata Chitrali, adalah lelaki yg "merubah mesjid menjadi gereja dan membunuh pakar2 agama [Islam]. "Dengarlah wahai Muslim ! Kemal Atatürk bukan idola kami. Musharraf tidak hanya boneka Barat dan AS, tetapi juga ingin berkuasa selama2nya."
BLUE MOSQUE, ISTANBUL
The house of worship, completed in 1616 under Sultan Ahmet I, is one of Istanbul's major mosques intended to embody the faith and power of the Ottoman Empire. The mosque's imam, Emrullah Hatipoglu, delivered the sermon.
But there are problems with our attitudes to the Koran. We do not apply it everywhere.
Let us assume that we are running a supermarket. Are we permitted to sell merchandise there that is prohibited in Islam, goods that are not legitimate? No? But many Muslims are doing just that. The goods must conform to the standards established in Turkey and the rules of consumer protection, but not those of the Koran. Is the sale of alcohol and pork allowed? What about the Koran? These, my fellow Muslims, are all sins.
This is followed by a catechism that sounds like a campaign speech by current Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan during the 1990s, when he was still mayor of Istanbul and crusaded against the serving of alcohol, prostitution and Turkey's inexorable Westernization. Today, with his sights set on EU membership, Erdogan has largely abandoned his Islamist rhetoric, but the conflict between government-controlled Islam and Turkey's secular establishment, especially the military, continues to simmer.
NUR MOSQUE, GAZA STRIP
In this mosque in the Jabaliya refugee camp with ties to the extremist Hamas movement, Friday prayers ended with an appeal to Palestinians to rise up against Israeli occupiers. The sermon was given by 38- year- old Imam Talal al- Majdalawi.
When the Jews withdrew from the Gaza Strip, we thought that we had gained all the freedom in the world. But then came the bombardment. This is a sign, you faithful, that your battle with the Jews is still a long way from coming to an end. It proves that the conflict is not taking place among us and between us, but with the infidel Jews. This is why you should say, whenever there is a rocket attack: God be praised, there is no God other than the one God, and He is our protector. We say to the Jews: "What you are doing to us today is written in the book of God." There it is said: "Your will suffer fear and hunger." But we too will sow fear and terror, as they have never seen before, in the hearts of those who bring us fear and hunger today
. With the help of God, we should be afraid of nothing. We must not be afraid whenever a bullet strikes its target or whenever we are threatened … This does not frighten us. This should make us strong in our fight against the Jews. The fronts are much more clear-cut in Palestine, even more so than in Iran. In the Gaza Strip, Imam Talal al-Majdalawi spends 25 minutes talking about the upcoming Prophet's birthday and the need to constantly reflect on God and the holy Koran. He saves the last five minutes of his sermon for his political message: "Two hundred bullets were fired at us yesterday," says the imam. "What prevents us from thinking about God each time one of those bullets strikes its target?"
His logic is the sort that has long determined the discourse of radical Islamists: The harder the enemy strikes us, the more clearly tries to present us with his supposed superiority, the more united and determined to oppose him we shall become. Everything, including nightly bombardment by the Israeli air force, follows a great, divine wisdom. "Do not hate evil, because it could be God's gift to you
," he says. Such is the Islamist answer to the question of theodicy. If God is omnipotent, why is there so much evil in the world?
Hojjatolislam Ahmed Khatami
, speaking to thousands of Iranian Muslims in the courtyard of the University of Tehran, is dealing with a similar problem. ... When Khatami took to the podium, the faithful chanted: "Death to America! Death to England and its treachery! Nuclear energy is our natural right!
" And Khatami doesn't disappoint them. He mentions the controversy over Danish cartoon's of Muhammad and calls upon Sunnis and Shiites to unite in the face of "this insult to the Prophet." Quoting the Koran, he defends the right of resistance. "Our resistance is what triggers respect for our 27-year-old revolution. They have prepared many crises for our great nation, but we have left them behind with our heads held high." Then he turns his attention to Iran's nuclear conflict with the West.
....ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh ..... damainya Islam ...