http://rumiforum.blogspot.com/2012/07/experiences-with-hizmet-and-followers.html#axzz229pwx3Zt Experiences with Hizmet and the Followers of Fethullah Gulen
PERJUANGAN CINTA MAHASISWA...... CINTA TUHAN - CINTA MANUSIA -CINTA ILMU-CINTA HIKMAH- CINTA keBENARan - CINTA keADILan - CINTA perUBAHan - CINTA penCERAHan
Wednesday, August 15, 2012
http://www.scribd.com/doc/20712761/Fethullah-Gulen-%E2%80%93-A-Modern-Day-Rumi-by-Catherine-Eustis Fethullah Gulen – A Modern-Day Rumi?
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http://www.halalmonk.com/steffen-stelzer-sufism-in-turkey-today Sufism in Turkey today
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http://www.halalmonk.com/syed-farid-alatas-tackling-extremism-through-sufism Tackling extremism through Sufism.
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nak lawan buku di ''perpustakaan' Sasterawan Rakyat Dato A.Samad Said ini... nak lawan rambutnya juga...janggut?..mmm..fikir dulu tapi kena susun buku di 'perpustakaan' ku yg berselerak dulu dan kena rajin menulis seperti beliau
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ayahnya banyak berjasa di Malaysia dan beliau juga pernah membesar di Malaysia. Sering ke Malaysia dan beliau sangat berminat bertemu dengan kelompok anak muda Islam bagi memastikan anak muda Islam tidak terjebak ke dalam kancah keganasan, pemikiran ekstrimis dan aliran garis keras.... Di tengah kepadatan jadualnya,beliau sempat meluangkan masa menyampaikan syarahan dalam program anjuran PKPIM.. Tak pasti samada Persatuan Kebangsaan Pelajar Islam Malaysia (PKPIM) Persatuan Kebangsaan Pelajar Islam Malaysia (PKPIM) ada menyimpan rekod syarahannya yg cukup menarik pada malam itu.Harap 'selamat' dan ada lagi rakamannya dan bagus jika diletakkan di Universiti Youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JfIPO7CVflA&feature=share http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6l4vMCQVXX4&feature=player_embedded
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tg2DuEeMkRc&feature=share ''.. a former rebellious heavy metal punk musician... '' Teringat seorang kawan yg dulu gila muzik-kaki muzik-siap ada studio muzik sendiri tapi akhirnya meninggalkan kesemuanya yg berkaitan muzik.Katanya ''muzik HARAM !!!'' :) Saya beri tahu dia kisah Cat Stevens tapi dia kata dia tak suka Cat Stevens. dia bersama kelompok ''Salafi keras'' rupa2nya... Semoga dia kembali mempelajari ilmu muzik dan buat pembaharuan dalam industri muzik tanah air....
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KG-enJa6JWA&feature=share beliau bukan berlagak walaupun nampak berlagak,beliau punya keYAKINan utk MENANG yg sangat tinggi.. YAKIN BOLEH !!!
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http://www.todayszaman.com/columnist-289202-old-ak-party-vs-new-ak-party.html Old AK Party vs. new AK Party
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Ahmet Davutoglu Turkey’s Strategic Depth Ever since the AKP government came to power, Turkish foreign policy has been in a state of change: shifting from being largely passive and one-dimensional to a dynamic, multi-dimensional diplomacy. The architect of this reorientation is Ahmet Davutoglu, Turkey’s new foreign minister. Nimet Seker has the details A previous Turkish foreign minister, Ilter Turkmen, once said that Turkish foreign policy was always reactive: waiting till something happened and then simply defending its own position. Since the end of the cold war, however, a process of rethinking has begun. Political scientists such as Duygu Sezer and Ali Karaosmanoglu from the highly-rated Bilkent University have proposed the concept of a “grand strategy” for Turkish foreign policy in place of this reactive approach. “Instead of biding time a long way from the action, Turkey should become aggressive – in a positive sense,” declared the political scientist Huseyin Bagci in Istanbul. “It should make its presence felt everywhere, and contribute to regional and global developments.” Till recently such notions had never been entertained in discussions on Turkish foreign policy. But since the AKP party of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan came to power in 2002, Turkish foreign policy has developed along exactly these lines. Turkey’s Henry Kissinger Ahmet Davutoglu, professor of political science and Erdogan’s long-time chief foreign policy advisor, is acknowledged as the guiding intellectual force and architect of Turkey’s new foreign policy. Indeed, many people believed Davutoglu was the “secret foreign minister” long before the comprehensive cabinet reshuffle this May in which he took over the post from Ali Babacan. Unlike previous foreign ministers Davutoglu does not come from the urban elite; he is from the central Anatolian town of Konya. Like Prime Minister Erdogan and President Abdullah Gul he belongs to the new “Anatolian elite”, which is seen as more Islamic and conservative. Within the AKP government policy however, they have taken a more pragmatic and modern line than their predecessors – particularly in the area of foreign policy. The guiding principle of this new approach is the “no problem policy” towards neighbouring states. “Whereas in the 1990s Turkey had somewhat volatile relationships with its neighbouring states, today they are almost without exception excellent,” says Davutoglu. Previously Turkey had attempted to ensure its own territorial security by seeking to defend itself against dangers. “But today we know that only states which exert influence across their borders using ‘soft power’ can really protect themselves,” writes Davutoglu in his book “Strategic Depth – The International Position of Turkey”. Criticism of “Neo-Ottomanism” “Neo-Ottomanism” is the term used by critics to describe this return to a notion of a Turkey exerting power over its traditional Ottoman sphere of influence; those who use the term mean to imply that the new foreign policy involves the revival of imperial ambitions. Davutoglu’s strategy of dynamic diplomacy in a changing region marks the ushering in of a political paradigm shift. “Turkey as an international player was previously seen as having strong muscles, a weak stomach, heart problems and fair-to-middling brain power. In other words it had a powerful army but a weak economy, lacked self confidence and was not good at strategic thinking,” says Davutoglu, who ran the institute for international relations at Beykent University before taking on the job of political advisor. Nowadays, though, Turkey is involved at various levels of international politics, and has mediated in conflicts such as those in the Balkans, the Middle East or the Caucasus. The role of discrete mediator has strengthened Turkey’s position in the region: old enemies such as Russia, Syria or Iraq are now its closest allies. Russia in particular has developed into its most important energy and trade partner. During the Georgia crisis Turkey was largely responsible for bringing about the peace agreement between Georgia and Russia. It was Davutoglu who played the most significant role in the secret 2008 peace negotiations between Syria and Israel. And it was thanks to him that warmth was breathed into the frosty relationship between Turkey and the autonomous Kurdish region of northern Iraq. For decades there had been no diplomatic relationships between Armenia and Turkey, until President Abdullah Gul made an official visit to the country leading to the initial talks on opening the border. In the Middle East conflict too Turkey is playing an increasingly significant role as a mediator between the Israelis and the Palestinians. Despite the bust-up between Prime Minister Erdogan and the Israeli president Shimon Peres at the World Economic Summit in Davos, Erdogan will remain an indispensible negotiator in the future, as for some time he has been attempting to mediate between the opposing Palestinian groups Hamas and Fatah. Motor for the transformation of the entire region? For Davutoglu this is the reason why the EU needs to make use of the opportunities Turkey can offer to help stabilise the region: “Ankara’s potential for exerting a positive influence on the region,” he emphasises, “is one of the main advantages to be gained by collaboration between the EU and Turkey on foreign policy. The EU is already a motor driving the process of change in Turkey and together the EU and Turkey could become a motor for transforming the entire region.” In the Arab world too developments in Turkey are being observed carefully. Many people there are talking about the “Turkish model” and see Turkey’s dynamic, self-confident policy as a model to be emulated. In Turkey itself the Kemalist establishment feels threatened by this paradigm shift. From among its ranks comes criticism of the AKP’s “pro-Arabic, Islamist foreign policy.” Semih Idiz, a columnist for the newspapers Hurriyet and Milliyet, attacks the new Turkish foreign policy: “What we have seen over the last one or two years is not strategic depth but total confusion in the minds of all concerned.” He sees it is wishful thinking to expect equally good relationships with all one’s neighbours at the same time. Like many other liberal critics Idiz emphasises the importance of a close relationship with the EU and fears that the government’s new foreign policy is a sign that Ankara has lost interest in the EU. Davutoglu’s new foreign policy strategy is also having an effect on Turkish people’s own self-perception. For many years they had a complicated view of their Ottoman past. Now here too a change in attitudes is taking place: Cuneyt Zapsu, a close advisor to Prime Minister Erdogan says, “A new, positive role for Turkey in the world requires a reconciliation with its own past, the overcoming of societal taboos and a positive new concept of Turkish identity. We are the Ottomans’ successors and should not be ashamed of this.” The fact that people are allowed to speak Kurdish in public or read Arabic will not cause the republic to collapse, he says. Ahmet Davutoglu, known as “the Kissinger of Turkey”, does not only stand for the dramatic change of direction in Turkish foreign policy; he could also play a positive role in the Arab world. Davutoglu, who speaks fluent Arabic and taught for some time at the Islamic university in Malaysia, might also be in a position to alter ways of thinking in the Arab world – plagued as it is by historical enmities – and thus abolish divisions long seen as entrenched. Nimet Seker http://nimetseker.wordpress.com/english/ahmet-davutoglu/
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IJRtAh0dMjs&feature=share http://www.todayszaman.com/newsDetail_getNewsById.action?newsId=289129&fb_action_ids=10151101293292728&fb_action_types=og.recommends&fb_source=aggregation&fb_aggregation_id=288381481237582 http://www.todayszaman.com/newsDetail_getNewsById.action?newsId=289018&fb_action_ids=10151098599142728&fb_action_types=og.recommends&fb_source=aggregation&fb_aggregation_id=288381481237582 ''Later, Davutoğlu and Erdoğan headed to a Buddhist camp and distributed more aid packages there as well. Upon learning of the difficulties faced by Buddhists as well, Davutoğlu stated people all have equal rights and that he would like to see Muslims and Buddhists living together in peace.'' 'Davutoğlu also restated that he had given two instructions to the ambassador who was appointed to Myanmar, adding first one was to find the graveyards of the 1,500 Turkish soldiers who were taken to Myanmar from Çanakkale and Egypt during WWI and were killed there. “I am following very closely the graveyard issue. We are greatly indebted to those soldiers,” said Davutoğlu, adding he has written a letter to Lwin regarding the martyrs' cemeteries. Davutoğlu added that the second instruction was to make contact with the Muslims in Arakan. He added that the problems in Arakan have gone on for decades and said that the aid they brought will be primarily taken to Muslims in Arakan then taken to Buddhist camps too. “At the moment our first aim is to set up good relationships with the government in Myanmar, then distribute humanitarian aid." 'Meanwhile, the Turkish Prime Ministry's Disaster and Emergency Management Directorate (AFAD) has stated that so far they have collected TL 2.1 million in their aid campaign for Muslims in Myanmar, who are facing violence and discrimination. AFAD thanked the Turkish citizens who have supported the Muslims suffering from civil war, ethnical massacre and poverty in the Arakan region of Myanmar.''
Posted by dr_w at 10:04 PM
baru dapat berita (dari FB)seorang sahabatku dari Syria yg sama2 sertai program di Turki tahun lepas baru ditangkap-ditahan di penjara kerana lantang bersuara melawan pemerintahan Assad di Syria.Penjara Syria ni kalau tak dipukul sampai mati,dibelasah secukup-cukupnya atau hilang begitu sahaja tanpa sebarang berita.Ya Allah selamatkan sahabatku yg sangat baik hati ini.Kenal 1 minggu program sahaja tapi rasa dah kenal berpuluh-puluh tahun..
Posted by dr_w at 10:03 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zsF6vZFF1Yw&feature=share The Rageh Omaar Report - Turkey's new visionary
Posted by dr_w at 9:59 PM
''It appears that Erdogan's foreign policy statements are strongly influenced by Davutoglu. Davutoglu's major academic work, "Strategic Depth," which advocates a foreign policy that would put Turkey's Ottoman past in its rightful place, outlines his way of thinking about Turkey's foreign policy issues''-(Ahmet Davutoglu: The Man behind Turkey's Assertive Foreign Policy Publication: Eurasia Daily Monitor Volume: 6 Issue: 57 March 25, 2009 By: Emrullah Uslu )
Posted by dr_w at 9:52 PM
(Prof Dr)Ahmet Davutoglu dan (Prof Dr) Ibrahim Kalin , 'pemikir-penasihat' 'think tank' Recep Tayyip Erdoğan kedua-duanya pernah di Malaysia suatu ketika dahulu.Mungkin sebab itu sahabat saya dr Turki pernah beritahu saya ,''kami di Turki mahu belajar dari Malaysia'' selepas saya beritahu kepadanya ''kami di Malaysia mahu belajar dari Turki'.Ok-beres.Sama-sama belajar.Ok?..:)
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_hhkfP6HjM&feature=related Islamic Extremism- Talk by Dr. Umar Faruq Abd-Allah
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http://www.todayszaman.com/news-289354-.html 'Erdoğan, who brought humanitarian aid to Myanmar's Rohingya Muslims, was deeply touched by what she witnessed. “Words fail me. I was ashamed of being human when I saw the conditions in which they live [in the camps],” she said of her impressions of the Muslims living in Myanmar's Arakan region. “Their main problem is security and lack of an identity card. They live in water, and they don't have any food,” Erdoğan said.''
Posted by dr_w at 9:48 PM
“Turkey's main policy is to see our Shiite and Sunni brothers in Iraq living in peace,” said Davutoğlu http://www.todayszaman.com/newsDetail_getNewsById.action?newsId=289321&fb_action_ids=10151103824147728&fb_action_types=og.recommends&fb_source=aggregation&fb_aggregation_id=288381481237582
Posted by dr_w at 9:41 PM
The 'New' Turkish Foreign Policy in the 21st Century: A Neorealist Assessment of the Rationale Behind It
''The three methodological principles are: (1) visionary approach, (2) consistent and systematicframework, (3) adoption of new discourse and diplomatic style; and the five operation principles are:balance between security and democracy, (2) zero problems towards neighbours, (3) proactive and pre-emptive peace diplomacy, (4) multi-dimensional foreign policy, (5) rhythmic diplomacy'' http://edinburgh.academia.edu/CagriOzdemir/Papers/361492/The_New_Turkish_Foreign_Policy_in_the_21st_Century_A_Neorealist_Assessment_of_the_Rationale_Behind_It
Posted by dr_w at 9:39 PM
http://www.onbeing.org/blog/can-turkey-inspire-egypt-religious-role-model/4591 ''When asked what leader outside their own country they most admired, a recent poll from the University of Maryland found that 63 percent of Egyptians answered Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, indicating that Egyptians may be interested in learning from Turkey. Turkey can serve as a relevant model because it has successfully dealt with three key challenges facing Egypt — the relationship of the army to a civilian government, economic growth and fostering positive international relations.'' ''The second key challenge is the economy. Turkey’s Justice and Development Party (AKP), an Islamic political party, has managed to maintain power primarily through its economic policies, rather than religious ideology. Although the Reuters news agency calls it “Islamic-leaning” and media often focus on this aspect of its identity, AKP leaders insist that the party should be judged by policies and not ideology.'' ''This approach has proved to be a recipe for economic development. Rather than focusing on creating an Islamic state — like the Al Nour party in Egypt, which calls for Islamic law to serve as the guiding principles for political, social and economic issues — AKP leaders’ main focus has been raising standards of living. This interest is not altruistic, but based on practical political goals. The AKP is aware that people will only re-elect the party if it can prove its value. This decision will not be made based on religious arguments, but economic achievement. Turkey’s GDP grew 9 percent in 2010, suggestive of this model’s success.'' ''Turkey is a member of the Council of Europe, but is also a leading member of the Organization of the Islamic Conference, evidence of its “middle ground” policy between Europe and the Middle East.''
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZbDfZ8MQ3fg&feature=plcp http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FgmO2rH9sxg&feature=share Ustalar, Alimler ve Sultanlar(Turkish)--Masters,Scholars and Sultans(English)
Posted by dr_w at 9:27 PM
http://www.todayszaman.com/columnistDetail_getNewsById.action?newsId=289244#.UCjILrU0L_U.facebook “Our theologians do not read novels. I wish they’d read more.” Islamism and cultural void
Posted by dr_w at 9:24 PM
http://healing-hearts-blog.com/2010/02/05/konya-and-the-master-of-love-mevlana-rumi/ Konya and the Master of Love-Mevlana Rumi
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http://masud.co.uk/ISLAM/ahm/AHM-Ottoman_spirituality.htm Spiritual Life in Ottoman Turkey: Abdal Hakim Murad
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RFh6-T4Ihxs&feature=share http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VhfnHKgF-yw&feature=related http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QsH6slQ1shc&feature=related http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TzvVmq8Hy64&feature=related http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=APNSR1m96Dw&feature=related
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semakin kagum dgn pemikiran Allahyarham (Buya) HAMKA.Beliau tidak belajar(pendidikan secara rasmi) di mana-mana universiti,kan?Pihak universiti yg bagi gelaran Doktor Kehormat kepada beliau,kan?Beliau menulis buku-artikel dalam pelbagai cabang ilmu pengetahuan,kan?Beliau suka kembara ilmu,kan? Kan?Kan?Kan? mmm.....Rasa nak keluar dari universiti (malas terikat kepada hanya '1universiti' :) Saya nak keluar universiti boleh,kan?Dari Universiti ++++ ke Universiti Kehidupan,dari ijazah Universiti ke ijazah jalanan...Ok,kan? Mari sama-sama kita laungkan(dan naikkan papan tanda protes :) : Yang mana 1 pilihan anda?:- 1)'Selamat tinggal universiti !!!'' 2) 'Jangan pergi ke universiti' 3) 'Selamat jalan universiti' 4)'tak seronok masuk universiti' 5)'universiti pembunuh pemikiran manusia' 6)'universiti tempat lahir mayat hidup' 7)'bina universiti=bina tanah perkuburan' 8)'batunisankan universiti' 9)'talqin buat universiti' 10) 'universiti satu pembaziran ' 11) 'tutup universiti=jimat wang rakyat' 12)'Mahu berjaya dalam kehidupan?:Usah ke universiti !' 13)'Awas:universiti di hadapan anda' 14)'Mahu membunuh diri,silakan ke universiti' 15) 'Universiti:pusat sampah masyarakat' 16) 'Selamatkan nyawa anda:jauhi universiti' 17) 'Sayangi keluarga anda,jangan biarkan mereka masuk ke universiti' 18)'Masuk universiti?:Menyampah !' 19)'Universiti :Neraka Paling Agung' 20) 'Universiti pusat penderitaan'
Posted by dr_w at 9:12 PM
http://www.todayszaman.com/news-289602-deputy-fm-sectarianism-has-never-been-in-turkish-foreign-policy-genes.html Deputy FM: Sectarianism has never been in Turkish foreign policy genes
Posted by dr_w at 9:06 PM
Orang lain dah sampai ke bulan,kita masih berbalah nak pakai jam tangan di tangan kanan ke di tangan kiri !!! :)
Posted by dr_w at 9:05 PM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=85uYk-LkWvc&feature=player_embedded ''As Ramadan approaches, this documentary tells the little-known story of three English gentlemen who embraced Islam at a time when to be a Muslim was to be seen to be a traitor to your country. Through personal journeys of still surviving relatives, the programme looks at their achievements and how their legacy lives on today.''
Posted by dr_w at 9:04 PM
http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/default.aspx?pageid=438&n=arabs-and-turks-mending-a-broken-relationship-2010-04-09 Arabs and Turks: Mending a broken relationship :MUSTAFA AKYOL
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