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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

HA..HA..CUBA TENGOK VIDEO NI..




Hati-hati hal "Touch Dog"; Maza, Nurul dan Zaid Ib jangan dilayan,


Kita dah ikut Mazhab Shafie, maka hukumnya haram. Tapi bab hukim sayu hal, ini hanya permainsn liberalisme.

Baca pandangan JAKIM berikut:

KENYATAAN MEDIA
KETUA PENGARAH
JABATAN KEMAJUAN ISLAM MALAYSIA
BERKENAAN
PENGANJURAN KEMPEN “I WANT TO TOUCH A DOG”
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Pertama sekali Jakim ingin membuat teguran kepada pihak penganjur yang telah mengadakan kempen memegang anjing secara sengaja dan terbuka kepada umum termasuk mereka yang beragama Islam tanpa sebarang sebab yang munasabah. Hal ini sekaligus telah menimbulkan keresahan awam khasnya dikalangan umat Islam kerana secara jelas telah menyanggah pegangan mazhab dan ‘uruf/ adat di Malaysia. Menurut Mazhab Syafie, umat Islam adalah dilarang menyentuh anjing secara sengaja kerana menajiskan diri tanpa tujuan yang munasabah adalah haram disisi Islam.
Walaupun Islam meletakkan kaedah sertu apabila terkena najis yang dikategorikan sebagai ‘mughallazah’ namun kaedah tersebut bukanlah alasan untuk membolehkan seseorang itu memegang najis mughallazah secara sengaja. Tindakan tersebut samalah seperti orang yang sengaja melakukan dosa dengan alasan akan bertaubat kemudiannya.

Justeru, tindakan pihak penganjur adalah dikhuatiri mempunyai agenda terselindung dan secara jelas dilihat seolah-olah cuba mencipta budaya baru dan boleh membawa kepada perbuatan menghina Islam.

Suka Jakim tegaskan bahawa Malaysia adalah sebuah negara yang berpegang kepada mazhab Syafie sebagai mazhab rasmi. Justeru, peranan Jakim adalah untuk memastikan umat Islam di negara ini mengamalkan syariat yang tidak menyalahi Mazhab Syafie.
Pada dasarnya Islam tidak memandang keji kepada binatang anjing sebagai salah satu makhluk Allah. Apatah lagi untuk menyeksa, memukul dan membunuh anjing tanpa sebab adalah sama sekali bertentangan dengan ajaran Islam. Malah anjing tetap wajar diberi kasih sayang, belas ehsan dan dijaga kebajikannya.

Walau bagaimanapun, dalam Mazhab Syafie, umat Islam tidak dibenarkan untuk menjadikan haiwan tersebut sebagai binatang peliharaan. Jakim telah mengulas lanjut isu berhubung kedudukan anjing dalam Islam serta hukum berkaitannya melalui portal fatwa Jakim di www. e-fatwa.gov.my

Kedua, Islam mewajibkan semua umatnya untuk memelihara kesucian diri, pakaian dan tempat agar ia tidak menjejaskan amal ibadah seharian.

Dalam perkara ini, Jakim bercadang untuk memanggil pihak penganjur bagi mendapatkan penjelasan selanjutnya.

Sekian, terima kasih.

‘BERKHIDMAT UNTUK NEGARA’
Saya Yang Menurut Perintah
DATO’ HAJI OTHMAN MUSTAPHA
20 Oktober 2014

MUSLIM EXTREMISM in Malaysia is being deliberately fanned by Najib govt - Pakatan tells Canberra

MUSLIM EXTREMISM in M'sia is being deliberately fanned by Najib govt - Pakatan tells Canberra
KUALA LUMPUR -The Malaysian government’s tacit support for right-wing Islamic groups helps foment Islamic radicalism in the country and beyond, opposition figures were reported as telling Australia’s Foreign Minister Julie Bishop recently.
Quoting PKR vice-president and Pandan MP Rafizi Ramli, Australian-based independent news website AAP reported that the issue was raised alongside other “anti-democratic” developments in the country in light of Opposition Leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s possible jail sentence for sodomy.
“In an environment where the state subtly and indirectly endorses criticism and intimidation against the minorities, it is easier for the messages of radical groups like ISIS to take hold,” Rafizi was quoted as saying.
Malaysia’s recent string of sedition charges, which are based on a colonial-era law, has come under international scrutiny for targeting critics of the government.
Religious tension in Malaysia has flared over the years with analysts pointing to BN’s communal politics as a major contributor.
Australian paper Sydney Morning Herald noted that Malaysia’s backsliding democracy and growing religious fundamentalism are being laid bare by Indonesia’s blossoming progress.
The popular Joko Widodo was recently elected as Indonesia’s seventh president, while Malaysia continues under the same coalition dominated by one party, since independence.
Also quoting Rafizi, the paper said there have been instances of regressing democracy in Malaysia.
“While Indonesia is making huge progress, we are rewinding and the democratic space is going back to the Mahathir era of the 1990s,” Rafizi was quoted as saying. -Malay Mail

Amid doping-scandal reports, a light for Chong Wei on Twitter

Twitter users are hoping that Datuk Lee Chong Wei is in the clear over the doping scandal involving a certain top national shuttler. – Reuters pic, October 21, 2014.Twitter users are hoping that Datuk Lee Chong Wei is in the clear over the doping scandal involving a certain top national shuttler. – Reuters pic, October 21, 2014.
Clinging to hope, Malaysians on Twitter reacted with disbelief at the possibility of a doping scandal involving badminton hero, Datuk Lee Chong Wei, who awaits a final confirmation pending test results of a second urine sample.
Lee, the world number one, was not pinpointed in a New Straits Times report this morning which cited a Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) source, who said that a top national shuttler had failed a random doping test conducted during the World Championships in Copenhagen in August.
But the speculation on social media began anyway, apparently after television channel, TV3, reportedly named Lee in its 1.30pm newscast, according to tweets by social media users.
Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin refused to name the athlete involved, saying that the "B sample" was still being tested. He also refused to state the type of drug used.
"If the B sample turns out to be negative, it will be unfair to the athlete as his name would have been jeopardised," Khairy had told reporters, adding that it was against the World Anti-Doping Agency's rules to identify athletes whose second samples were still being tested.
By then, speculation that Lee was involved had gone viral and a pall of gloom hung over some social media users who questioned the news and hoped it was untrue.
"If news about Lee Chong Wei doping is true I'd be pretty upset," tweeted user @aaziefkhalid.
Another use @Man_H94 said: "Still suspect that Datuk Lee Chong Wei was innocent. Have hope."
@cikpeanut said: "refused to believe that dato lee chong wei found positive. I refused," while @aima32 tweeted: "Datuk Lee Chong Wei found positive for doping? Like seriously? If it is true then I will be sad coz i adore him so much".
One user, @AdamMinter, noted the string of bad news involving Malaysia and tweeted: "The Lee Chong Wei news from Malaysia is absolutely mind-boggling, a low blow in a really lousy year for a country that deserves better".
Other Twitter users said there had to be a mistake, with one even suggesting sabotage, while some seemed to take it as fact.
"After our wushu Asian Games athlete failed her doping test Lee Chong Wei is the recent athlete to be link up with the same issue," said @eliyayaa.
"Lee Chong Wei tested positive. Habis career dia," tweeted @aminfuad_10.
"Lee Chong Wei positive dada? Emmm Lee Chong Weed ke?" tweeted @IAmSeanny with a pun on Lee's Chinese name.
"Dah positive dadah pulak Lee Chong Wei ni," said @FyzaAziz93.
Quite a few also expressed anger and disappointment, like @blumun14 who tweeted: "Literally cry because Datuk Lee Chong Wei was found positive for doping. You're no. 1 in the world. Why?"
@ErnaLosukin was another: "Aa? My idol? Lee Chong Wei? Positive dada?Arghhhhhhhhhhh".
One user, worried about Malaysia's future in badminton, tweeted: "Dato Lee Chong Wei positive dada?? Ya Allah sapa nak ganti pemain badminton Malaysia yang sehebat chong wei ni" (Oh God who will replace a great Malaysian badminton player as great as chong wei) and put a crying emoticon at the end of tweet.
Another declared undying support for Lee, no matter the outcome. "Walaupun Datuk Lee Chong Wei positive dadah gine gine pun nya tetap idola badminton sampe bila bila. We always support you DLCW!!!!!" (Even if Datuk Lee Chong Wei tests positive for drug use he will remain my badminton idol forever).
A few also tweeted birthday greetings to Lee, whose birthday is today.
An athlete found taking drugs or other performance-enhancing substances faces a two-year suspension, but may also appeal.
If Lee is indeed confirmed to have used drugs after the second test is complete, he could miss the 2016 Olympics.
Prior to this, Malaysia had to return the Asian gold medal won by wushu champion Tai Cheau Xuen who failed her dope test.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport rejected Cheau Xuan’s appeal in a hearing held on the sidelines of the Incheon Games.
Cheau Xuen‘s A and B urine samples both tested positive for the banned stimulant sibutramine.
A total of five athletes failed doping tests at the Games in Korea and were expelled. It was reported that a record 1,900 athletes out of some 9,500 in Incheon underwent drug tests.
- TMI

HEADS MUST ROLL ON "I WANT TO TOUCH A DOG"

A Muslim mother and her baby girl get close to a dog during the 'I Want To Touch A Dog' event. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Najjua Zulkefli, October 21, 2014.A Muslim mother and her baby girl get close to a dog during the 'I Want To Touch A Dog' event. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Najjua Zulkefli, October 21, 2014. 

It has been finally revealed that Selangor Islamic Religious Council (MAIS) had actually approved the event " I Want To Touch A Dog".



With this revelation, heads must roll at MAIS for not supervising this event.

There must be no excuse whatsoever be given since it involves the Islamic faith and when innocent Muslims are caught by this body, neither have they been lenient towards them.

We need to admire their strict compliance but must always be two-ways, the enforcers should also be punished accordingly, that means sacking every responsible official without excuse.

Can we see HEADS TO ROLL?

Mais says ‘I Want To Touch A Dog’ manipulated its goals

A Muslim mother and her baby girl get close to a dog during the 'I Want To Touch A Dog' event. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Najjua Zulkefli, October 21, 2014.A Muslim mother and her baby girl get close to a dog during the 'I Want To Touch A Dog' event. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Najjua Zulkefli, October 21, 2014.
The Selangor Islamic Religious Council (Mais) today said that holding, kissing and hugging dogs during Sunday’s "I Want To Touch A Dog" event was not in line with the programme’s stated objectives as presented to the council.
Mais chairman Datuk Mohamad Adzib Mohd Isa said he received a working paper on the programme from its organisers on October 3.
It outlined how it was aimed at teaching Muslims on the Islamic laws pertaining to dogs.
“It was also not how the organisers had depicted it (to Mais) and was not in line with the programme’s objectives as mentioned in the organiser’s application’”
Adzib said the organisers had informed him that the objectives were: to explain the need to help dogs during emergency situations; situations when Muslims were allowed to keep dogs as pets; how to hold and manage dogs; and how to cleanse oneself after coming into contact with a wet dog.
“I understand that the intention or objection was to shed light and understanding on the laws related to the position of dogs from the Islamic perspective.
“Among the guidelines given to the Selangor mufti department as mentioned in the letter on October 9 was that while dogs provide many benefits to humans, Allah forbids that we touch them when we are wet and it is dry, or vice versa.
“This contact is considered unclean. But if both are dry, it is not considered unclean. That is why if dogs are kept to guard homes or to hunt, they must be kept outside the house.
"I Want To Touch A Dog" last Sunday drew a crowd of over 1,000 people, Muslims and non-Muslims alike.
But, the programme was criticised by several muftis and Malays who questioned the motive behind it.
Kelantan Mufti Datuk Mohamad Sh‎ukri Mohamad called for the organisers as well as the Muslims who touched the dogs to repent, saying that they had mocked Allah's laws.
Former Johor Mufti Datuk Nooh Gadut believed that the event was an attempt to insult the ulama and religious authorities.
The Johor Religious Council said deliberately touching a dog was haram (forbidden) because it was najis, or unclean, according to the Shafie and Hanbali schools of thought.
Former Perlis mufti Datuk Dr Mohd Asri Zainul Abidin said that while the ulama unanimously agreed that a dry dog was not unclean, a person could still touch something unclean on the condition that they clean themselves afterwards.
"The Shafie school of thought is rather firm on this. But, other schools are wider and easier." 
- TMI

Polis, AG didakwa kacau bekas pemandu artis,girlfriend menteri UMNO...


Seorang peguam mempersoalkan tindakan polis dan Jabatan Peguam Negara yang mahu menahan dan mendakwa anak guamnya, yang sedang memberi keterangan berhubung dakwaan hubungan seorang pelakon dan menteri Umno.

Latheefa Koya yang mewakili seorang bekas pemandu Noor Azman Azemi (bawah) berkata anak guamnya secara sukarela pergi ke balai polis Bukit Indah semalam.
Ini berlaku selepas polis cuba menahannya semalam di Mahkamah Tinggi Kuala Lumpur, di mana beliau memberi keterangan dalam samannya terhadap bekas majikan dan pelakon Zahida Mohamed Rafique.

Latheefa berkata, Noor Azman dimaklumkan polis bahawa beliau akan dituduh di mahkamah seawal-awalnya pada Khamis atas tuduhan lain yang tidak mereka ketahui.

“Noor Azman direman empat hari oleh polis dua tahun lalu ekoran dakwaan dia mencuri RM200,000.

“Bagaimanapun polis dan pendakwaan tidak bertindak ketika itu tetapi memilih semalam dan mahu mendakwanya hari ini ketika beliau memberikan keterangan dan ini gangguan terhadap saksi untuk melindungi menteri,” katanya selepas prosiding.

Sebelum itu, hari ini, Noor Azman, yang juga pemimpin Pemuda Umno sebuah bahagian terus memberikan keterangan hari ini.
Zahida hadir memakai jubah hitam dan bertudung (kiri).

Di luar mahkamah, beliau turut memakai purdah dan beberapa perempuan lagi bergaya sama.

Semalam, Mahkamah Tinggi Kuala Lumpur Hue Siew Kheng mengarahkan polis untuk tidak menahan Azman.

Hue berkata perbicaraan dan pemandu itu tidak patut diganggu sehinggalah dia selesai memberikan keterangan.

Noor Azman memberi ketengan dan mendakwa terdapat hubungan antara Zahida dengan menteri luar bandar Datuk Seri Shafie Apdal, yang juga naib presiden Umno.

Shafie dan Zahid dilapor telah menafikan dakwaan itu.

Pada 2012, Zahid memberitahu media bahawa Noor Azman mencuri RM200,000 daripadanya.

Noor Azman juga menafikan dakwaan itu dan memfailkan saman terhadap Zahida tahun lepas.-mk


'Cops, AG intimidate actress' ex-driver'...

 A lawyer today questioned the high handed action by the police and the Attorney General's Chambers in wanting to arrest and charge her client, who was giving testimony over an alleged affair an actress had with an Umno minister.
 
Latheefa Koya, who represents the actress' former driver Noor Azman Azemi (right), said her client had voluntarily gone to the Bukit Indah police station yesterday.
 
This was after the police tried to arrest him yesterday at the Kuala Lumpur High Court where he was testifying in his suit against his former employer and actress Zahida Mohamed Rafique. 
 
Latheefa said that it was there that Noor Azman was informed by the police that he would be charged with "god knows what" at the earliest on Thursday. 
 
"Noor Azman had been remanded for four days by the police two years ago following Zahida's claim that he stole RM200,000.
 
"However, the police and prosecution did not take action then but chose to do it yesterday and wanted to charge him today just as he was testifying and this is intimidation of a witness to protect a minister," she said outside court after the proceedings.
 
Earlier today, Noor Azman, who is also an Umno Youth division leader, continued to give his testimony.
 
Zahida also took the witness stand wearing a black jubah and tudung.
 
Later, outside court, the actress was seen covering her face with a veil along with her siblings, who were dressed in similar fashion.
 
Yesterday, Kuala Lumpur High Court judge Hue Siew Kheng had ordered the police not to arrest Noor Azman.
 
Justice Hue had said that the trial should not be disrupted and the driver should not be disturbed until he has finished testifying. 
 
Affair alleged

The driver had testified under oath that Zahida had an alleged affair with Rural Development Minister Shafie Apdal, who is also Umno vice-president.
 
However in 2012, Shafie had denied that he had an affair with Zahida. 

Zahida had then told the media in Feb 2012, that Noor Azman stole the RM200,000 from her.

The former driver, in denying the claim, filed the suit against Zahida last year.

Noor Azman, when cross-examined by Muhammad Shafee Abdullah (right) for the actress, denied the assertion by the senior lawyer that the 39-year-old actress knew and met the minister at various hotels.

Yesterday, the witness told the court he had at times brought Shafie and Zahida together to the Ritz Carlton and Mandarin Oriental Hotel. Noor Azman said they met each other at least once a week.

Noor Azman, who had worked for Zahida for three years, further denied he stole RM200,000 as alleged by Zahida, and reported by several media.

He maintained that on that day when the money was reportedly lost, he had only been asked by Zahida to deposit a RM120,000 cheque.

The witness also further rejected Shafee's contention that he had used the stolen money to pay off his motorcycle loan which was only RM1,000.

Noor Azman further disagreed with Shafee's that the reason he created his testimony in court yesterday and today was to smear BN politicians.

In re-examination by Latheefa, Noor Azman explained that Shafie (right) was close to Zahida.The minister, would at times contact him personally to ask of her whereabouts.

The former driver told the court yesterday that his working relationship with the actress soured after he had informed the minister that Zahida was seeing someone else.

He told the court that the minister would at times give her huge sums of money as well as presents.

When Latheefa repeated Shafee's question whether it was true he had tried to smear BN politicians, Noor Azman explained that he would not do so as he himself is an Umno member since 1996 and is presently an Umno division leader.

“Datuk Seri promised to look after me and my political career. However, as a result of myself being slandered by Zahida in the media, my career in politics is also affected,” he said.

Zahida: No relationship

Zahida in his testimony said while she knew Shafie as a minister, she denied having any relationship with the Umno vice-president.

The actress explained to questions from Shafee that she received RM243,000 cash from a company Puncak Utas Sdn Bhd on Feb 28, 2012, as commission for a task done and that she had counted the money with her father and Noor Azman.

“I asked Noor Azman to deposit the money for me along with the RM120,000 cheque the next day,” she said.

However, during cross-examination by lawyer N Surendran for Noor Azman, Zahida (left) sang a different tune when she told the court that she had given a RM20,000 loan to Puncak Utas owner Shaheful Ardan Adenan and that the RM243,000 was a return on her investment.

“He asked me for some money and I loaned out RM20,000 for investment. Shaheful would ask me whether I wanted the money back and I asked him to roll the money. As a result I got the return,” she said.

She added she kept RM43,000 in the house, and asked Noor Azman to deposit the balance the next day.

However the actress could not give a satisfactory answer when asked by Surendran as to why she had signed an invoice from Puncak Utas when she was the one receiving the money.

“I only signed the documents given by the Puncak Utas representative identified as Syed Hazrat." she replied.

She explained that when she lodged a report of the missing RM200,000, there was media at the police station, and she had related to them as to what had transpired.

Zahida also said she filed a counter-claim against Noor Azman on Sept 2014 with hopes of recovering the missing RM200,000 from her former driver.

When asked by Surendran why she had waited for over two years' after the alleged loss to take action, the actress replied that she had already lodged a police report.

She had been hoping that police would do their job and she had been waiting all these years for the result of their action.

The hearing continues on Nov 11 before Justice Hue.- mk




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