Monday, May 31, 2010

The Jews Are Attacking The Ship

The Jews are attacking the ship.
Call me anti-Semitic.

The Zionist are attacking the volunteers.
Call me an extremist.

The Israelites are attacking the fleet.
Call me a racist.

I don't care what kind of moral standard you hold into.
I don't care what kind of sovereignty are you.
I don't care how beautiful your writings are.

Call me a killer, a deceit, and a liar.


And United Nations, if they are not capable of doing that, should be dismembered to.
To hell with the liars.

Thursday, May 27, 2010

The Lie

Our civilization is built upon a big lie.
A big lie.
A big lie.
A big lie.

We are being lied upon, by the governments, by the institutions.
All governments lie.
United States? Lie.
Saudi Arabia? Lie.
Iran? Lie.
Japan? Lie.
China? Lie.
Russia? Lie.
Malaysia? Lie.
Israel? The biggest of all the liars.

All institutions lie.
Comintern? Lie.
UN? Lie.
Antichrist? Lie.
Freemasons? Lie.
Wahhabism? Lie.
Muslim Brotherhood? Lie.
Amnesty International? Lie.

They preach of freedom, but the freedom is a lie.
Free fair trade, only widens the gap between the rich and the poor.
Is freedom of speech equals hurting people`s hearts?
Is being religious equals denying others` freedom?
Is iconoclast Islamic?
They talk about global warming, but the Earth continues to suffer in their very hands.
They talk about purifying religion, but the religion`s name continues to be marred in their `holy` hands.
They talk about democracy, yet they let people die.
They talk about justice, but in reality they are suppressing others, discriminating others, and are biased in their judgment.
They say that they advocate democracy, but they`re autocratic.
They talk about striving to uphold Islam, but they undermine it.

Every institution is crooked.
Democracy is tarnished.
Freedom is being compromised.
Religiosity is questioned.
Textbooks and scriptures are manipulated.

Even the Quran, the Quran that God promised to guard~
~is being manipulated, by people who claims the Word of God as their own.
People who claims to have God by their side.
Since when God can be possessed?
Since when God can be a possession?

Who invented the idea of Ustaziyatul Alam?
Who invented the idea of Imamiyyah?

Since when we are told to be a Sunni, or a Shiite?
Since when we are told to be a Salafi, or a Sufi?
We are told to be Muslims!
We are told to be the witness, to this world, and to be God`s agents!
Khilafah is not a political doctrine as the Islamists, the Qutbists say:
It`s a personal responsibility!

They claim to fight for Islam, jihad fi sabilillah, yuqtalun wa yuqatilun fi sabilillah,
but does Jihad involves inflicting collateral damage?
If they are really fighting for the God, why didn`t they just shoot the Presidents?
Assassination is fairly easy, and involves only the target, on most of the occasions.
Why did they choose to massacre the people instead?

They say that the people chose the Presidents, so they are equally responsible.
This is just shifting responsibility, and you can`t just shift the responsibilities to others!

They fail to see that Muslims and Kuffars are the same Ummah:
Muhammad`s Ummah.

Allah is bigger than anything else.
Bigger than His Religion: Islam.

I have had enough with the self-righteous humans.

وَالتِّينِ وَالزَّيْتُونِ
وَطُورِ سِينِينَ
وَهَٰذَا الْبَلَدِ الْأَمِينِ
لَقَدْ خَلَقْنَا الْإِنسَانَ فِي أَحْسَنِ تَقْوِيمٍ
ثُمَّ رَدَدْنَاهُ أَسْفَلَ سَافِلِينَ
إِلَّا الَّذِينَ آمَنُوا وَعَمِلُوا الصَّالِحَاتِ فَلَهُمْ أَجْرٌ غَيْرُ مَمْنُونٍ
فَمَا يُكَذِّبُكَ بَعْدُ بِالدِّينِ
أَلَيْسَ اللَّهُ بِأَحْكَمِ الْحَاكِمِينَ

"By the fig and the olive, and (by) the Mount Sinai, and (by) this secure city ( Makkah), We have certainly created man in the best of stature, Then we return him to the lowest of the low, Except for those who believe and do righteous deeds, for they will have a reward uninterrupted, So what yet causes you to deny the Recompense, Is not Allah the most just of judges?"

Quran, Surah At-Tin,95: 1-7

Sunday, May 16, 2010

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Friday The Day.....

After Jumaat prayers, I went to the English class. Just to enjoy, not really to learn. Nothing new you can learn there, anyway.

To my surprise, the class was canceled. Oh. Never mind then. I proceeded to sit anyway.

In the class, there were only 3 people. 2 Japanese girls, and a Korean. Well, his name's Kim (I don't remember his full name) and he prefer to be called Jeon (pronounced Jun). He, along with the Japanese girls, whom I don't know of their names, are of the same Department as me-the Department of Letters-and we both started to talk.

We talked about a lot of things, and I was surprised with the amount of general knowledge he has.
He seems to know almost a little bit of everything.

He said that he used to be in the United States-no wonder his English is perfect and sounds American-for a year. Even though it was just for a year, he encountered lots of things there.
Racism, drug abuse, fighting on a daily basis, and so on.

Man, if you want to study in America, based on my Korean friend's experiences, I think you ought to think twice.

We also talked a little bit about religion. Well, he noticed one thing. In this large city, Osaka, there are hardly any churches. (He's a Christian Catholic, by the way)

There aren't any mosque here, either. Unless you call a small house full of kitab fiqh, Quran translations, and halal food a mosque, that is the case.

But the most interesting part of our conversation is regarding the Japanese level of English.
I thought I am the only one in my English class who thinks of this, but he happened to think exactly the same.

Actually, we conversed in Japanese, although we had the option to talk in English. Maybe because it feels better to speak in Japanese? Don't know; it's a mysterious thing.

The contents are roughly these:

"I can't take it! Those Japanese are not speaking in English; they're just pronouncing inaudible things!"

"Why they learn English? To marry the white people, they say. What kind of reason is that?"

"Why they take International Communication, you know? To meet and talk in English with the white people, they say. I can't accept that kind of motivation! I AM a foreigner, too, and I speak English on an almost native level, too. Talk to me!"

"You want to speak English? I can teach you how to f***ing speak in English, you m*******....."

Ok, the last part is in English, and he was so pissed of, that he uttered mother******.


And I thought he was a kind of cool, serious and diligent student.

Yes, he is, but he has this kind of side, too.

It was fun talking to him. I enjoyed the conversation very much, so much I didn't realize that one hour had passed.

Through the conversation, I realized one thing. This world is so big, you just can't comprehend everything. Yet, it's also a small one too, that people from very different a background and very far a country can meet and be friends.

The message: Racism is so yesterday.

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Hijab? Part 1

I read some news about the issue of burqa in France, and somehow I was reminded on a lot of things regarding my religious life.

Personally, I am skeptical of my own religion: Islam. Despite praying regularly, frequently reading Quran to the point of nearly memorizing the contents in it, and attending a lot of religious classes-we call it "usrah"- I still have many reservations regarding the faith of Islam, Islamic law and Muslim scholars` interpretation-tafsir and takwil-of the Quran, and to some extent, rejecting some of the Hadith.

But I ain`t propagating my personal beliefs to just anyone. Why?

Because I am just a man, who had my own experiences, thoughts and views of life.

So, I ain`t going to enforce my beliefs on anyone.

I can only say it. Or for the most of time, since I am a coward, I just write it.

So regarding the issues of hijab, this is my point of view.

What you do is up to you.

You take responsibility for what you did.

And you must not enforce it on any one else.

We can teach people to wear, and yes, in Islam, it`s a must,but that`s it.

We can only teach.

Not anyone will agree, and I believe they have their points too.

But I believe in the ultimately personal relationship with God.

You may wear hijab, but God knows what`s really inside your heart.

Why lie to God?

Friday, May 7, 2010

Pity The Devil

Petik sikit dari Hadith..........

Iblis berkata : “ Wahai Muhammad, aku tak bisa menyesatkan orang sedikitpun, aku hanya bisa membisikkan dan menggoda,”
Jika aku bisa menyesatkan, tak akan tersisa seorang pun. Sebagaimana dirimu, kamu tidak bisa memberi hidayah sedikitpun, engkau hanya Rasul yang menyampaikan amanah. Jika kau bisa memberi hidayah, tak akan ada seorang kafir pun dimuka bumi ini. Kau hanya bisa menjadi penyebab untuk orang telah ditentukan sengsara. Orang yang bahagia adalah orang yang telah ditulis bahagia sejak diperut ibunya. Dan orang yang sengsara adalah orang yang telah ditulis sengsara semenjak dalam kandungan ibunya.

Rasulullah SAW lalu membaca ayat : “Mereka akan terus berselisih kecuali orang yang dirahmati oleh Allah SWT” (QS Hud : 118 – 119). Juga membaca, “Sesungguhnya ketentuan Allah pasti berlaku: (Qs Al-Ahzab :38). Iblis lalu berkata : “Wahai Rasul Allah takdir telah ditentukan dan pena takdir telah kering. Maha suci Allah yang menjadikanmu pemimpin para Nabi dan Rasul, pemimpin penduduk surga, dan yang telah menjadikan aku pemimpin makhluk – makhluk celaka dan pemimpin penduduk neraka. Aku si celaka yang terusir. Ini akhir yang ingin aku sampaikan kepadamu. Dan aku tak berbohong.”