http://www.abim.org.my/v1/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=165%3Aexpel-syrian-ambassador-from-malaysia&catid=36%3Aentertaiment&Itemid=144 http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/european-nations-expel-syrian-ambassadors-7800674.html http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rG-0i42FToc http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iS3c4xd_Usk http://www.spiegel.de/fotostrecke/photo-gallery-syrian-refugees-in-turkey-fotostrecke-78714.html
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Sunday, June 03, 2012
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQMtLNxQKIE&feature=share Semoga lebih ramai rakyat Malaysia mencintai sajak-puisi dan menghargai sasterawan..Selain 'agama',sastera inilah yg mampu memanusiakan manusia.....
Posted by dr_w at 9:57 PM
Saya taklah kebulur sgt nak ke Putrajaya sebab memang dah pernah tinggal di Putrajaya 6-7 tahun,waktu mula2 tinggal di Putrajaya, tak ramai lagi penduduknya.Putrajaya waktu itu,kami yg punya ! :).Dan waktu Pilihanraya Umum ketika itu juga saya memang tak berapa suka dgn Ahli Parlimen Putrajaya ketika itu...:).Ada ke patut terhegeh-hegeh kelam kabut waktu kempen pilihanraya bergambar depan papan tanda(kemudian disebarkan di setiap rumah) kononnya satu bukti satu sekolah lagi akan dibina,padahal itu manifesto lamanya dulu,sekolah tu pun tak wujud lagi pun yg wujud hanya papan tandanya.Kelakar juga ahli politik Malaysia ya. Nak tukar parti pemerintah yg memimpin Putrajaya dari UMNO ke PAS pun saya ok sahaja sebab yg berubah hanyalah parti bukannya negara ,negara Malaysia,negara Malaysia yg tu juga(cuma pastinya ada berbeza pencapaian-pendekatan)...Bezakan parti dgn negara tau.Terpulanglah kepada rakyat Malaysia,kalau selesa dgn parti A,sokonglah parti A,kalau rasa nak tukar ke parti B pula,tukarlah ke parti B....Tapi jangan bagi mana2 parti pemerintah terlampau kuat sangat,kuatkan juga parti pembangkangnya ,ngo-masyarakat madani-yayasan2.... Pendidikan politik rakyat lagilah kena kuat....Jangan sampai rakyat tak tahu bagaimana nak pilih pemimpin yg terbaik Di Malaysia,saya bukan ahli mana-mana parti politik lagi.Tapi entah mengapa saya rasa macam nak isi borang keahlian dan istihar menyertai AKP Turki pimpinan Recep Tayyip Erdogan....Opps !.. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6jcwZdzHf5A&feature=share
Posted by dr_w at 9:56 PM
Rashid Ghannuchi :- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Np_NgSwWsY&feature=share Ban Ki Moon :- http://www.un.org/News/Press/docs//2012/sgsm14324.doc.htm
Posted by dr_w at 9:52 PM
(Edisi kenduri kahwin):Selamat pagi warga bumi.Banyak betul kenduri hari ini.Kirim salam kepada semua pengantin baru.Pengantin lama sila beri motivasi kepada para pengantin baru.Yang pernah jadi 'raja sehari' sila beri motivasi kepada yg belum pernah jadi 'raja sehari'.Kenduri-kenduri tu tak payahlah bagi hadiah telor tau,bagilah hadiah buku ke ipad ke Samsung Galaxy ke no plat kereta ke...opps!...:) Yang banyak kenduri tu,janganlah makan banyak sangat tau,nanti penuh wad-wad di hospital nanti.Pergi kenduri tu jangan tahu makan saja tau,kalau rajin,basuh sekali pinggan mangkuk tu...opps! Jangan menyusahkan keluarga pengantin2 tu tau,letih mak bapa pengantin tu,macam mereka pula yg nak kahwin padahal anak2 mereka yg nak kahwin.Kalau tersesat tak jumpa cari rumah pengantin-kenduri,pergi saja mana2 kenduri yg anda jumpa(rujuk semua bunga manggar di lampu2 isyarat yg anda temui),kalau keluarga tuan rumah tanya(belah pengantin lelaki ke belah pengantin perempuan',beritahu saja ''belah kedua-duanya.umat Islam semuanya kan bersaudara!''....:)
Posted by dr_w at 9:50 PM
lain kali jangan taksub sangat kat seseorang 'tokoh','tokoh' tu pun manusia biasa juga....balutlah dgn apa2 balutan :agama ke apa ke,dah manusia tu tetap manusia....manusia biasa macam kita juga.Jadi kajilah sebanyak mungkin 'tokoh' ya kawan-kawan.....:)
Posted by dr_w at 9:49 PM
Siapa nak jadi PM angkat tangan? Najib: Saya! Anwar: Saya! Ditakdirkan Najib pun jadi PM selepas Pak Lah dan Anwar jadi Ketua Pembangkang Dari kedudukan kerusi Pak Lah (mantan PM),Najib(PM sekarang),Anwar(Ketua Pembangkang) Masa depan,kita pun tak tahu.Dalam politik,macam-macam kemungkinan boleh berlaku....
Posted by dr_w at 9:47 PM
''Demikianlah mesej puisi Kesaksian Bapak Saija puisi Rendra tentang penyesalan seorang penakut yang terlambat berbicara,kerana penyesalannya menjadi penakut itu hanya timbul sesudah ia mati. ''...Hidup tanpa daya, sebab daya ditindih ketakutan. Setiap hari seperti mati berulang kali. Setiap saat berharap menjadi semut, agar bisa tidak kelihatan Sekarang setelah mati, baru aku menyadari, bahwa ketakutanku membantu penindasan. Dan sikap tidak berdaya, menyuburkan ketidakadilan....'' Demikianlah Rendra membangkitkan Bapak Saija dari alam barzakh untuk memberikan kesaksian tentang penyesalannya menjadi manusia penakut sewaktu masih hidup.Sebagai orang kecil ia takut berbicara kerana risikonya adalah maut. Namun sudahnya Bapak Saija mati juga,mati sebagai korban kezaliman penguasa.Sesudah mati ia menyesal kerana tidak berani berbicara dan tidak berani melawan.Sekarang ia baru menyedari bahawa selama hidupnya sebagai penakut,ia telah bersyubahat dalam melakukan kezaliman. Justeru,ketakutan dan ketidakberdayaannyalah yang menyebabkan orang lain menjadi berani melakukan kezaliman'' -Dato Dr Siddiq Fadzil : Artikel ''Pemberdayaan Umat:Kembalikan Daulat Keinsanan Rakyat ! '' dalam buku ''Islam dan Melayu:Martabat Umat dan Daulat Rakyat'' terbitan Akademi Kajian Ketamadunan,Kolej Dar Al-Hikmah (Cetakan Pertama 2012)
Posted by dr_w at 9:44 PM
kita di Malaysia asyik dengar hujah kepentingan rakyat menghormati raja-sultan sahaja jadi saya mahu tekankan pula kepentingan raja-sultan menghormati rakyat.Setuju?
Posted by dr_w at 9:42 PM
''They replaced the Islamist rhetoric with a service-based discourse.'' http://www.todayszaman.com/columnistDetail_getNewsById.action?newsId=282003#.T8ZK6HxKn3g.facebook
Posted by dr_w at 9:37 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y9Re4zJkoQM&feature=share عيش حرية عدالة اجتماعية
Posted by dr_w at 9:36 PM
Erdoğan said the decision to expel the Syrian diplomats was a response to the massacre of 110 people, including dozens of children, in Houla. “We could not remain silent in the face of this,” he said. “Remaining silent in the face of oppression, tolerating oppression, amounts to oppression itself.” The Turkish and Japanese announcements came a day after the United States, Britain, Canada, Australia, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Bulgaria ordered top Syrian diplomats to leave in a coordinated protest of the Houla massacre. http://www.todayszaman.com/news-281923-.html
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Posted by dr_w at 9:32 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DVhDzRM4cXc&feature=share Nak tunggu debat antara Dato Seri Najib Abd Razak VS Dato Seri Anwar Ibrahim lambat lagi apakata kita adakan debat antara Dato Seri Anwar Ibrahim VS Recep Tayyip Erdogan dulu...Ok tak?Anwar Ibrahim cakap Bahasa Melayu dan Erdogan cakap Bahasa Turki.Ok tak debat ayam-itik?...Ini satu seni dlm linguistik juga kan?
Posted by dr_w at 9:29 PM
Statement of His Excellency Mr. Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Prime minister of the Republic of Turkey At the Opening Session of the First Alliance of Civilizations Forum 15th January 2008, Madrid, Spain My dear colleague, Prime Minister Zapatero, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon, High Representative Sampaio, Distinguished guests, Ladies and Gentlemen, We are gathered here today for an important occasion. We are proud to have reached another significant milestone in the Alliance of Civilizations initiative which we launched together with Spain in 2005, under the auspices of the UN Secretary-General. First of all, I wish to thank my dear colleague Prime Minister Zapatero who is hosting this first Forum and High Representative Sampaio who has placed his extensive experience and wisdom at the service of our initiative. I am also grateful to the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon who has adopted the Alliance of Civilizations project, assumed personal responsibility for it and steered it at every stage. In actual fact, the Alliance of Civilizations initiative has reached a certain level of maturity within a short space of two years. The Group of Friends, which is growing daily and currently comprising 80 countries and international organizations, has become an indicator of the global character of the initiative. This Forum will no doubt provide an important opportunity to review the significant developments of the recent past and to enhance cooperation with respect to the period ahead. Dear participants, As capital, information and values become increasingly globalized in our world today, it is unfortunate that hatred, fear and intolerance are globalized, too. Just as we were hoping that societies would get better acquainted with each other and misunderstandings would be removed, we have been confronted with the threat of deepening gaps as prejudice and ignorance take hold. 2 It is reasonable to expect the gap between cultures and religions to narrow in our world where information is so easily accessible. However, we note that, for a variety of reasons, that gap is not narrowing, but, on the contrary, widening. As the world comes closer, peace and stability have unfortunately not been secured to the same degree. We regret to observe that lines of division are being emphasized, instead of humanity’s common values. While the senseless fanaticism caused by the emphasis on dividing lines leads to tragedy in one part of the world, societies prosper in other regions. Fanaticism is to respect our own right to life, to disregard other people’s right to life and to prevent diversity from expressing itself freely. Anyone in the world today with something to say, regardless of his country and his religious affiliation, has to fight fanaticism, because we are all responsible not just for ourselves, but also for the rights of all living creatures. We are obliged to be genuine defenders of peace, brotherhood, law and justice. All monotheistic religions have presented a holistic set of values. This is the common message of all religions. If one fails to listen to the message of creation, one would not be able to defend the rights of any living creatures, let alone human beings. We should act with the motto “we love the created, for the creator’s sake” and render peace, tolerance, love and respect available for all. To regard diversity as alien and to isolate “the other” is the starting point for division and conflict. The correct thing to do , however, is to regard all creatures in the same vein and to achieve unity in plurality. Friendship, compassion and justice, which the human kind needs today as much as it needs water, bread and air, could only be made possible by behaving in line with the purpose of man’s creation and ensuring that compassion rules our interactions. The Alliance of Civilizations project has been devised to put an end to the prejudices and polarizations on the basis of civilizations, cultures and religions. We can deal with this challenge only through a long term, well-planned and determined effort. We may thus take the necessary steps to remove not only the problems which are visible, but also the fundamental elements which give rise to them. In this respect, the importance of solidarity and cooperation is obvious. Not only would we not be able to attain any of these aims by ourselves alone, we could also clearly not reach our objectives as a whole unless we secure the sufficient level of solidarity. 3 We should therefore endeavour to raise awareness and take all necessary measures in our own geography, while at the same time acting in harmony and concert at the international level. This is precisely where the Alliance of Civilizations seeks to add value by filling an important gap in the international area and generating a serious web of solidarity against prejudice, intolerance and the trend of polarization. The initiative is assuming an increasingly global character and reaching ever greater mass of people through the cooperation it fosters. Action- and result-oriented projects are extending the coverage of the Alliance of Civilizations and enhancing its effectiveness. In fact, the projects to be officially launched at this Forum on the media and the youth will fill important gaps. Since our age depends upon information and communication, the media has an important role to play in transforming misunderstandings into proper appreciation. This dimension has been treated in detail in both the report of the High Level Group and the implementation plan. As the Alliance of Civilizations is a forward-looking and long-winded initiative, its immediate target audience is the youth and successive future generations. Raising awareness among younger generations on harmony in the face of cultural diversity is therefore a priority issue. The initiative’s constructive activities and projects in this field, too, help to maintain our hopes for the future and enhances our optimism. Of course, these steps constitute only the beginning. They should be followed with new projects in the future. In this direction, the National Strategies for cross-cultural dialogue to be prepared by participating countries will no doubt form an important indicator. They will both respond to significant requirements at the local level and constitute the building blocks of a common global endeavour. I am pleased to declare that Turkey has prepared its National Strategy and will present it during the Forum. Our Strategy rests on the principles of plurality, respect for diversity, cooperation, dialogue, respect for human dignity and gender equality. A National Coordination Committee comprising the relevant Ministries and institutions will oversee the implementation of the Strategy. Intensive cooperation will be pursued with non-governmental organizations, civil society associations, universities and the media in order to promote and implement the objectives of the Alliance of Civilizations initiative as widely as possible. Various conferences will be hosted to help enhance the atmosphere of dialogue and tolerance at both the local and international levels. 4 Distinguished guests, The issues I have just outlined assume a greater significance when considered together with Turkey’s own location. Turkey is a secular and democratic republic which has an overwhelmingly Muslim population and a dynamic market economy. Turkey is the only country which is a member of both the Organization for Islamic Conference and NATO and pursuing accession negotiations with the European Union. It is now generally accepted that, with these special characteristics, Turkey represents the best panacea against “clash of civilizations” theories. The process for Turkey’s accession to the European Union process is therefore an issue which is closely followed around the world and could have deep repercussions on a global scale. There is no diversion in Turkey’s resolve to abide by its obligations with respect to aligning itself with the European Union. In this respect, Turkey does not expect any special favour or treatment by the European Union, either. Turkey’s membership in the European Union will also significantly enhance the Alliance of Civilizations process. It will thus become obvious that the perceived polarization between diverse cultures and religions is not “an actual fact”, but “something desired” through the provocations of some circles. This is an opportunity that should not be missed. Our appeal from this rostrum is that this opportunity should be appreciated and acted upon, because every hurdle to be placed in Turkey’s path for religious or cultural reasons will become bricks in a wall cutting off the road to enlightenment, harmony and tolerance. Distinguished guests, The risks carried by the polarization and conflict which is being provoked between diverse cultures and faiths around the world oblige us to take resolute steps today. We should devise some measures on the basis of culture and faith, in order to remove the potential risks and threats. A further point which I wish to emphasize is that Turkey has always supported every initiative and effort designed to achieve harmony among diverse cultures and faiths, to raise awareness on this issue and to resist prejudice and intolerance. The important element here is to ensure the optimal use of limited resources and to act with a spirit of serving humanity, rather than competition. Distinguished participants, , Two days ago, I visited Granada, where I had the opportunity to view the most magnificent examples of Andalusian art and architectural heritage. 5 Andalusia historically played host to intellectuals like Ibn Rushd, like Ibn Firnas and like Muhyiddin Ibn Arabi, who made a direct contribution to the scientific, philosophical and cultural heritage of the Western world. Another part of our common cultural heritage is Ibn Khaldun who was one of the pioneers of contemporary sciences, who spent a considerable part of his life in Andalusia in the 14th century and the 600th anniversary whose death was widely commemorated in Spain as well in 2006. Our common history has been a struggle to establish a civilization of humanity, rather than a history of conflicts. The Alhambra Palace is today a concrete example, not of our differences, but of our common heritage. It is a responsibility for us all to keep our common heritage and our joint civilizational effort alive today. Distinguished guests, I would like to conclude my statement by thanking Spain for hosting this useful Forum and wishing all my friends every success in their efforts here today and tomorrow. I am pleased to invite you all to Turkey next year on the occasion of the Second Forum. I sincerely and respectfully greet you all.
Posted by dr_w at 9:28 PM
Recep Tayyip Erdogan merasmikan Fatih Camii selepas sekian lama dibaikpulih.Waktu program IYG(UNIW) dahulu,peserta ditempatkan di asrama Universiti Istanbul tidak jauh dgn masjid ini.Setiap pagi,saya jalan2-bersenam-joghing melalui masjid ini tanpa mengetahui inilah Fatih Camii(masih dalam proses baik pulih).Selepas 2-3 hari baru tahu inilah Fatih Camii.Ketika peserta IYG menghadiri solat jenazah seorang tokoh NGO terkenal Turki di Fatih Camii,kami bersesak dgn orang ramai-kawalan ketat polis-penembak tepat dari atas bangunan memandangkan ia turut dihadiri oleh 3 orang tokoh terhebat Turki kontemporari,Abdullah Gul(Presiden),Recep Tayyip Erdogan(Perdana Menteri) dan Ahmet Davutoglu(Menteri Luar).Memang Recep Tayyip Erdogan ini penerus perjuangan Sultan Muhammad Al-Fatih......:)
Posted by dr_w at 9:27 PM
-Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party (AK Party), which was successful in marrying Islam and democracy, has become a model for much of the Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood and other political groups such as Tunisia’s long banned Ennahda movement, as they are preparing to drive their countries to democracy from the ashes of decades-old rule in Egypt and Tunisia that were ended earlier last year. -Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan spoke about secularism in Egypt in September last year during his landmark visit, saying Turkey prefers a model of secularism that is not identical to the “Anglo-Saxon or Western model,” without elaborating. “Individuals cannot be secular, states are. A devout Muslim can successfully govern a secular state,” Erdoğan then said. -Asked about his secularism remarks in Libya during his Arab Spring tour, Erdoğan said that secularism is not about being an enemy of religion. -Turkish president added that using the Anglo-Saxon interpretation of secularism, as practiced in the United States or the United Kingdom, it is something that people should feel comfortable with. He said all it means is a separation of the state and religion, of the state maintaining the same distance from all religions and acting as the custodian for all beliefs. He argued that it is based on respect for all faiths and the coexistence of plural beliefs. “I can tell you from my conversations with the leaders in Egypt or Tunisia, including those with a religious identity, that they are very open-minded and comfortable with this Anglo-Saxon sense of secular government,” Gül said. http://www.todayszaman.com/news-281912-turkey-urges-egypt-not-to-fear-secularism.html
Posted by dr_w at 9:22 PM
Yg kita lawan ialah kezaliman dan ketidakadilan walaupun ia dikaburi dan diatasnamakan agama-tuhan-kota suci Mekah dan lain-lain....!!!
Posted by dr_w at 9:18 PM
Turki tak ada raja-sultan pun 'Islam' boleh berkembang pesat.Jadi jangan pandai2 reka 'fatwa' seolah-olah ''habislah Islam di Malaysia tanpa raja-sultan''.Yang akan 'habis' ialah raja-sultan kerana mereka itu manusia biasa seperti kita juga....
Posted by dr_w at 9:17 PM
Lebih baik derhaka kepada raja daripada derhaka kepada rakyat!derhaka kepada tuhan!
Posted by dr_w at 9:16 PM
program Syria:The Inside Story anjuran bersama ABIM-IKRAM-HALUAN di Masjid Shah Alam malam tadi menyaksikan ada individu yg menderma RM 50 000,RM 10 000,RM 5000,RM 3000,RM 1000 seorang! Kaya juga rakyat Malaysia ni sebenarnya.Dermawan...Mereka percaya dan yakin semakin banyak kita memberi-menyumbang kpd orang lain yg memerlukan, semakin bertambah rezeki kita semakin bahagia semakin tenang hidup kita.....Kalau mereka meneruskan amalan baik mereka ini dengan menderma sebanyak mungkin kpd gerakan2 anak muda yg komited kepada perubahan-pembebasan- pencerahan,bukan sekadar negara bahkan dunia akan menjadi lebih baik daripada hari ini....
Posted by dr_w at 9:15 PM