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  1. Selamat hari lahir :)

  2. Video of the Raid, taken by a wahabi bystander. It said here, thank you for raiding shiites: <iframe width="425" height="349" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/CVCD-1O9CR8" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe> as a shiite, i felt lonely. yes we are not bahrain, but do you want to see them cut our head until you react?
  3. Shiite group decries persecution PETALING JAYA: A local Shiite organisation has denounced yesterday’s raid of a social gathering and bemoaned the official discrimination that adherents of the faith are subject to in Malaysia. “This is something both shocking and inappropriate,” Ar-Ridha director Mohd Kamilzuhairi Abdul Aziz said of the raid in Taman Sri Gombak and the arrest of four people at the gathering, which was to celebrate the birthday of Fatimah az-Zahra, a daughter of the Prophet Muhammad. He said in a press statement that the gathering had permission from the Selayang Municipal Council, the Home Ministry and the police. Kamilzuhairi was one of the four arrested yesterday and released on bail. They have been told to appear at the Gombak Timor Lower Syariah Court in Kuang on June 7. Selangor Islamic Department (Jais) officers carried out the raid with the assistance of 20 policemen. Kamilzuhairi said the gathering was having lunch. Among the guests were representatives of other religious groups. Speaking to FMT, Kamilzuhairi said Jais accused him of defying a fatwa banning the preaching of Shiism. “I asked Jais: When was I in the business of spreading Shiism? This is not right,” he said. Kamilzuhairi also condemned what he said was an ongoing discrimination against Malaysia’s Shiite community. He said Malaysian Shiites numbered about 100,000. Yesterday’s raid was the second against Shiites since last December, when more than 200 people, including foreign nationals, were arrested at a ceremony to commemorate the martyrdom of Hussein, a grandson of the Prophet. Kamilzuhairi asked why the religious authorities were intent on pitting Sunnis against Shiites when they believed in the same God. “We have our differences, but Allah is the same,” he said. He said Jais’s raid went against the constitutional guarantee of religious freedom. source here: http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/2011/05/25/shiite-group-decries-persecution/
  4. Malaysian authorities have broken up a mass gathering of Shia Muslims and detained at least four in the latest discriminatory action against the religious community. Religious Department officers accompanied by at least 20 security forces attacked a gathering which was held to celebrate the birthday anniversary of the daughter of the Prophet Mohammad (pbuh), Fatemeh (pbuh), on Tuesday, AFP said. “We were having lunch… with 200 people, many of whom are non-Muslims, to celebrate the birthday, when our premises were raided,” Wahab Omar, a Shia community leader said. Prominent Malaysian Shia leader Kamil Zuhairi Abdul Aziz and three other followers were arrested by Malaysian security forces. Kamil Zuhairi had previously blamed government officials for systematically violating the basic rights of Shias in the predominantly Sunni Muslim nation. Last December, over 200 Muslim Shias, including Iranian, Indonesian and Pakistani nationals, were arrested at a mourning ceremony for the third Shia Imam and the grandson of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), Imam Hussein (pbuh), who was martyred in Karbala, Iraq, over 1,300 years ago. Some of those detained were charged in a religious court and are awaiting trial. The arrests come while according to Malaysian law Shia Muslims -- who make up more than one third of Muslims population worldwide -- are free to practice their religion, even though they are barred from promoting it. "It was purely a social gathering and yet we continue to be harassed by religious authorities," Wahab said. Meanwhile, reports from Malaysia indicate that parallel to a clampdown on Shia Muslims in the country, Saudi-based Wahhabi beliefs are being promoted in the southeast Asian nation. Riyadh has reportedly transferred $80 billion fund to Malaysia for the task. Shia Muslims account for the majority of the population in Azerbaijan, Iraq, Iran and Bahrain, and form significant communities in Afghanistan, Indonesia, India, Lebanon, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia. Source Press TV: http://www.presstv.ir/detail/181481.html The Saudi Factor: Latest Raid on Shia Gathering in Malaysia Earlier this morning, the Justice for Malay Shia website posted an alert notifying of an ongoing raid against a Shia gathering commemorating the birth anniversary of Lady Fatima al-Zahra (peace be upon her). A frantic text message sent out at 2.57PM local time cried out: ‘Happening now! Police, JAIS and local council are raiding a gathering remembering the birth of Lady Fatima Zahra (daughter of the Prophet Muhammad). Four arrested including Kamil Zuhairi Abd Aziz.’ Details about the raid still remain sketchy, but the events of the last few hours come on the heels of a notable upsurge in sectarian rhetoric against Shia Muslims in Malaysia. Ever since the December raid on the Hauzah Imam Ali ar-Ridha centre in Selangor province, the predicament on the ground has teetered on a knife’s edge. Subsequent to that raid, more than 120 members of the community were arrested and still await trial. The farcical nature of the allegations and trial has been further exposed by regular postponements to the dates of court proceedings. Although there exist clear systemic flaws on the local Malaysian scene that allow for such instances of clear discrimination against Shia Muslims, the emergence of clear regional interference in the shape of intervention from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has served to further exacerbate the simmering crisis. Shortly after the December raid, the International Islamic University of Malaysia and the Islamic University of Medina signed a memorandum of understanding agreeing on the importance of safeguarding students from Shia Islam. The MoU also proceeded to urge strict measures against educators and lecturers who show a leniency towards Shiism. In recent weeks, details of a sinister collusion between Saudi Arabia and Malaysia have come to the fore. On Sunday 15th May, the international secretary of the Democratic Action Party (DAP) Liew Chin Tong lifted the veil on a joint project between the two countries that would entail the dispatch of Malaysian troops to silence the pro-democracy movement in Bahrain. The Saudi regime has also embarked on similar schemes with Pakistan through the Bahria and Fauji foundations, with recruitment concentrated in the Baloch region which constitutes the historical breeding ground for anti-Shia terrorist organisations such as the Lashkar-e-Jhangvi and Jundullah. Speaking about these developments, veteran journalist Amir Mateen noted: “All the religious parties have interests, economic and personal, with Saudi Arabia ... the religious parties, along with everyone else, have yet again been exposed when it comes to principled politics.” A former ambassador minced less into his words when he observed: “The Saudis have bought everyone on the religious right. And remember, they have that massive Madressah network in Pakistan. They (the Saudis) can create problems for any government in Pakistan.” The recent provocations in Malaysia should be viewed within the wider context of a Saudi counter-revolution that is most apparent in Bahrain and Syria. The counter-revolution is premised on fomenting sectarian tensions in a bid to arrest the wave of change sweeping through the Muslim world. To this end, the Saudi Kingdom seeks to suppress the overwhelming spirit of unity and solidarity between Muslims. On its part, the United States has provided a silent nod of approval to the insidious sectarian agenda led by Saudi Arabia with obvious geopolitical stakes in mind, including the "security" of the Zionist state. The raid earlier today has once again underlined the entanglement of grave legal and constitutional flaws on the local Malaysian scene – e.g. the prohibition of involvement in learning or propagating Shia Islam in provinces such as Selangor – and a sinister web of regional power-politics and connivance in aggravating the sorry fate of Shia Muslims. It is eminently clear to observers and analysts that the Malaysian government needs to make a stark choice in the face of these unsustainable escalatory developments. The government can either choose to provide recognition and basic freedoms to Malay Shias as it does with all other religious denominations, or instead persist with its archaic approach, thereby pulling the mask on the façade of a tolerant, open and democratic image. The free peoples of the world and more particularly the oppressed Islamic Ummah hope that the leadership in Malaysia rise up to their responsibilities and select the right choice. Source: AhlulBayt Islamic Mission (AIM)
  5. Salam Please DO NOT FORGET US IN MALAYSIA, i know we are not that oppressed compared to our brothers and sisters in Bahrain and elsewhere, but please do not forget us. Join: http://www.justiceformalayshia.org/
  6. Malaysian Shiites face uncertain future By Romen Bose (AFP) – 1 day ago KUALA LUMPUR — Like other Muslims they read the Koran and face Mecca to pray, but the Shiite community in Malaysia is considered a "deviant sect" and faces harassment in this multicultural country. Religious authorities in December arrested 200 Shiites as they observed the holy day of Ashura, accusing them of threatening national security in a country where most of the 16.5 million Muslims are members of the Sunni sect. The majority of those detained were Muslim Malays -- who dominate the Malaysian population -- joined by followers from Indonesia, Myanmar, Pakistan and Iran. Former state religious department head Mohammed Khusrin Munawi, who led the December 16 raid, said that the faith, if left to grow, could undermine security as "fanatical followers of the sect consider other Muslims infidels". "For them, the blood of the followers of other faiths is lawful which means that it is okay to kill (Sunnis)," he told the Utusan Malaysia newspaper. "Shiite doctrine is more dangerous than other deviant teachings (as)... Shiite followers in Iran and India are fighting against other Muslims merely because of different faiths," he said. The split dates back to a dispute over succession after the death of the Prophet Muhammad in 632. In a country where non-Muslims are constitutionally free to practice their faith, the crackdown on an Islamic sect which forms the majority in other countries, including Iran and Iraq, has raised concerns. "Everyone in the country should have freedom of worship," Reverend Thomas Philips, head of the country's largest inter-religious council, told AFP. "But in the Muslim context in Malaysia, they have a different understanding and so it is a very sensitive issue." The estimated 40,000 Shiites in Malaysia are one of several Islamic sects under close watch by religious authorities, who crack down hard on so-called deviant Islamic groups. A 1989 Islamic law and a 1996 fatwa by Malaysia's top Islamic clerics banned Shiism, declaring it a deviant ideology. Malaysia has a dual-track legal system, with civil courts running in parallel with Islamic Sharia courts where Muslim Malays can be tried on religious and moral charges. However, Chandra Muzaffar, head of rights group JUST, says that religious officials are abusing their power. "The Shiites are not deviants, they are very much part of the Muslim community and if you deny them, then you are saying that 15 percent of Muslims worldwide are also deviant," he said. "They follow almost all the tenets of the majority Sunni sect and the differences are more political and historical so we should engage them through dialogue rather than carry out raids, arrest and prosecute them." Kamil Zuhairi Abdul Aziz, 45, the Iranian-trained leader of the Hauzah ar-Redha or "Knowledge House" raided by authorities in December, says they are forced to practice their faith quietly. "We are Muslims just like any other Muslims in the country but we live in fear as we are constantly attacked verbally and are often arrested and detained by authorities," he told AFP after prayers at the hauzah, the biggest of 40 Shiite community halls throughout the country. "Shiism came to the shores of Malaysia in the 14th century when Islam arrived here as many of the Arabic, Indian and Persian traders who brought the religion were also Shiites. "The authorities must recognise that we are not a recent phenomenon and that we should be respected just like any other faith in the country," he said in the hall filled with religious banners and pictures of Iran's Ayatollah Khomeini and President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. "We do not believe in bloodshed or that we are justified in killing anyone but yet these are the lies spread about us." Community elder Muhammad Hassan, 72, said the last waves of arrests of Shiite followers in Malaysia came in 1997 and 2001. He says his grandchildren are discriminated against in school and higher learning institutions, where religious teachers "criticise Shiites openly although they don't even understand or are bothered to even study our teachings." State religious department head Marzuki Hussin told AFP "the bottom line is that Shiism clashes with Islam in Malaysia and so it cannot be allowed to propagate here as it can cause instability." "We are happy to counsel the Shiite community on the practices of Malaysian Sunnis as what they are practising is a violation of our religious laws," he said. Kamil, who was among those arrested in the December raid, will answer charges of preventing Islamic officials from carrying out their duties on February 17. "Our future is very uncertain as we have lived here for centuries but now don't know for how long we can exist like this on the periphery of society," he said. "We are treated as outcasts when we actually contribute much to society. We are fellow Muslims -- treat us as such." Copyright © 2011 AFP.
  7. Salam, Here's something to read from New York Times, Malaysian Shiites: In a Muslim State, Fear Sends Some Worship Underground By LIZ GOOCH Published: January 27, 2011 KUALA LUMPUR — Like most Muslims in Malaysia, Mohammad Shah was raised according to the Sunni school of Islam. But when he was about 30, he said, he came to believe that Sunni teachings did not answer all of his questions about Islam. He began reading about the Shiite school of thought, the world’s second largest Islamic sect, and decided that “Sunni was not right for me.” “I consider myself the new generation of Malaysian Shia,” said Mr. Mohammad, 33, using another term to describe Shiites. “My father is Sunni, my mother is Sunni. They are aware that I’m practicing a different school of thought. It’s no problem at all.” Such acceptance does not extend to Malaysia’s religious authorities. The Constitution guarantees freedom of religion, but when it comes to Islam, the country’s official religion, only the Sunni sect is permitted. Other forms, including Shiite Islam, are considered deviant and are not allowed to be spread. Mr. Mohammad was one of 130 Shiites detained by the religious authorities in December as they observed Ashura, the Shiite holy day commemorating the death of the Prophet Muhammad’s grandson Ali, in their prayer room in an outer suburb of Kuala Lumpur. There are no official figures on the number of Shiites in Malaysia, but Shiite leaders estimate that there could be as many as 40,000, many of whom practice their faith secretly. While sectarian divisions are associated more with countries such as Iraq and Pakistan, Islamic experts say Malaysia is a rare example of a Muslim-majority country where the Shiite sect is banned. They say the recent raid reflects the religious authorities’ reluctance to accept diversity within Islam, and was part of the authorities’ continuing efforts to impose a rigid interpretation of the religion. Although there had been some earlier arrests of Shiites since the National Fatwa Council, the country’s top Islamic body, clarified that Sunni Islam was the official religion in 1996, the December raid on the prayer room occupied by the Lovers of the Prophet’s Household was the first in recent years, according to the Shiite group’s Iranian-trained leader, Kamil Zuhairi bin Abdul Aziz. Mr. Kamil and the other Shiites who were detained in the raid have been summoned to appear before the Shariah court for hearings scheduled for March and April to answer charges that they insulted the religious authorities and that they denied, violated or disputed a fatwa. The offenses are punishable by a fine of up to 3,000 ringgit, about $981, imprisonment for up to two years, or both. On a recent evening, a small group of men and a handful of women with toddlers in tow climbed the three flights of stairs to the prayer room where the raid had taken place. A sign atop the building, which is sandwiched between a mechanic’s workshop and a small cafe on a quiet suburban street, reads “House of Knowledge.” A Koranic verse in Arabic marks the entrance. Inside the prayer room, the flags of Malaysia and the state of Selangor flank a red and black banner bearing the name of Muhammad’s grandson. As many as 100 Shiites attend prayers led by Mr. Kamil each week, although he said many Malaysian followers worship privately. “Most of the Shia are in hiding because of the oppression,” he said. He said some fear they will be discriminated against when they apply for jobs if it is known that they are Shiites, while others are afraid of being detained by the religious authorities. Some Sunni leaders have claimed that Shiites deviate from the true form of Islam and represent a “threat to national security,” according to Mr. Kamil. He said some Sunni leaders, alluding to violence in Iraq and Pakistan, have alleged that Shiite Islam permits the killing of Sunnis, an accusation he emphatically denied. Since the raid, the group has installed a security grill in the stairwell leading to their prayer room, where a black curtain divides the men’s section from the women’s. But Mr. Kamil and others attending the prayer session this evening insisted that they were not afraid to continue practicing their beliefs. “We are not in fear, but we live in difficulty,” he said. Calling for dialogue with the Sunni majority, Mr. Kamil insisted that Malaysian Shiites, some of whom are married to Sunnis, want to live in harmony with all other religions. A statement issued by a spokesman for the federal government said the Constitution guaranteed religious freedom to all Malaysians, and that the National Fatwa Council was responsible for guiding the practice of Islam in Malaysia. “In 1996, the National Fatwa Council issued a ruling that Sunni Islam is the official faith of Muslims in Malaysia. Under this ruling, which is enforced by Islamic affairs departments in each Malaysian state, Shia Muslims are free to practice their faith, but are not permitted to proselytize,” the statement said. “It would be inappropriate for the federal government to comment further on this state-based matter.” The Selangor State Islamic Religious Department, which carried out the raid, did not respond to repeated requests for comment. Harussani Zakaria, a member of the National Fatwa Council, said allowing different sects to practice in Malaysia could lead to disputes. “It already happens in some countries,” he said in a telephone interview. “We don’t want that to come here.” Chandra Muzaffar, president of the International Movement for a Just World, a nongovernment organization based in Malaysia, said while there may be differences among the various sects, Shiites are part of the Muslim community. “It’s just wrong to describe Shia as deviants,” he said. Greg Barton, acting director of the Center for Islam and the Modern World at Monash University in Melbourne, said that Malaysia’s religious authorities had adopted a more rigid approach to Islam in recent decades and that space for public discussion of religion had narrowed under the influence of “Saudi Salafism and Egyptian Brotherhood prejudice.” “The group that speaks formally for Malaysian Islam is a very narrow group who have taken a very puritanical approach,” said Mr. Barton. “The religious bureaucracy has become a very meddling bureaucracy. It has a very pernicious impact on religious freedom, not just for non-Muslims but for Muslims as well.” Mr. Barton said while there were no precise figures, there are probably tens of thousands of Shiites in Southeast Asia, most in Malaysia and Indonesia. Mariyah Qibti, who teaches Shiite Islam to children at the prayer room on Sundays, has experienced firsthand the two countries’ differing approaches to Shiites. Born to a Shiite family in Indonesia, Ms. Mariyah went to Iran when she was 19 to pursue Islamic studies. Two years ago she married a Malaysian Shiite, and moved to Kuala Lumpur. Feeding her 1-year-old son as she sat on a rug at the back of the prayer room, she said that, in contrast to Malaysia, in Indonesia Shiites could practice their faith freely. Despite her looming court appearance in March, she says she is not afraid to continue practicing her beliefs. “This is part of the risk of being followers of Shia,” she said.
  8. Shiites detained by JAIS want to sue Khusrin By Syed Putra Syed Mu'az January 17, 2011 KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 17 - The followers of Shiite teachings who were arrested last December by the Selangor Islamic Religious Department (JAIS) today lodged a police report on the agency's former director, Datuk Mohd Khusrin Munawi. The group led by Abdul Aziz Kamil Zuhairi report said they wanted decisive action against Khusrin (pictured), who is now Secretary of the State Government for issuing defamatory statements towards the followers of Shiite teachings. "We demand the police take legal action against Mohd Khusrin under the provisions of Malaysian law for contempt, sedition and libel. "We also demand the police take action against Mohd Khusrin’s malicious intent to jeopardize public order in Malaysia and Muslim countries throughout the world. "Furthermore, we also demand action against Mohd Khusrin because he sparked insecurity in the Malaysian population which practice freedom of religion," he said after lodging a police report at the Dang Wangi police station here. Kamil Zuhairi added, the matter will be brought to court soon after meeting with lawyers. Prior to this, the group urged Mohd Khusrin to publicly apologize following the arrest of 200 followers of the teachings two weeks ago, claiming their human rights were violated. However, in comments to The Malaysian Insider before, Khusrin refused to do so whilst claiming substantial evidence that the group deviated from the teachings of Islam that is based on Sunni doctrine. During the raid by a JAIS enforcement team on 15 December at 10:15 pm, about 200 followers both men and women including children were preoccupied with reciting salawats and listening to a sermon from an Iranian man. Some of the followers are lecturers and students in institutions of higher learning (IPT), lawyers and government employees. The followers consisted of 75 local men and 35 local women, six women and three men from Indonesia, two women from Myanmar and one man each from Pakistan, Myanmar and Iran, while the remainder were children. The group is also believed to be detained for considering the followers of other schools of Islam as infidels and halal to be killed.
  9. Salam, In otherwise tolerant Malaysia, Shiites are banned (AP) – 1 day ago KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — In this Muslim-majority country, it's OK to be Christian, Buddhist or Hindu. But not Shiite. Malaysian religious police raided a three-story shop-house last month and detained more than 100 Shiites who had gathered to mark the death of one of their most beloved saints, Prophet Muhammad's grandson, who was killed in the year 680. It was one of the largest such sweeps in years, sparking outrage and fear in the country's small but growing Shiite community. Some religious scholars see it as a worrying sign that Islamic authorities are becoming more hard-line. "Malaysia is trying to become a country a la Taliban that only allows one school of thought," said prominent scholar Asri Zainul Abidin. Despite its reputation for religious tolerance, Malaysia has been quietly discriminating against its own for years. The government recognizes only the Sunni branch of Islam and prohibits all others including Shiites, the world's second largest Islamic group. Shiites face discrimination elsewhere, but Malaysia appears to be the only place that actually outlaws them. "We are the oppressed people," said Kamil Zuhairi Abdul Aziz, the Iranian-trained religious leader for the Lovers of the Prophet's Household, the Shiite group raided by the religious police on Dec. 15. The event they were commemorating, the death of Prophet Muhammad's grandson in the seventh century, helped seal the split between the majority Sunnis and the Shiites, whose strongest base today is in Iran. Kamil estimates there are at least 40,000 Shiites among Malaysia's 16 million Muslims, though the number could be higher as many conceal their faith to avoid trouble. A few have been detained in the past, and some sent to faith rehabilitation centers, but there is no official data on the number of arrests. Malaysia's ban was issued in 1996 by the National Fatwa Council of top Islamic clerics and seen as unusual in the Muslim world. The council comes under the government's Islamic Advancement Department, so its decrees are de facto law. The 3 million Shiites in neighboring Indonesia are able to practice freely, though they are often harassed on hard-line Sunni websites. In Bahrain, the government cracks down on Shiite activists, fearing they could be a backdoor for Iranian influence. Sunni extremists have bombed Shiite gatherings in Pakistan, and much of the violence in Iraq has been between Sunni and Shiite militias as the two sides vie for power. It's not clear what prompted the recent raid in Malaysia, but Islamic officials defend the ban as crucial to prevent unrest among Muslims. "Shia is an Iranian sect," said leading cleric Harussani Zakaria, a member of the National Fatwa Council. "It has expanded secretly and now has many supporters who are starting to practice their faith in public. We don't want any religious differences. They are a threat to Muslim unity in Malaysia." In defense of the raid, several Islamic officials said Shiism could give rise to fanatics as it permits the killing of Muslims from other sects, a claim denied by the Iranian embassy and Shiites here. Home Minister Hishammuddin Hussein, responding to reporters, said that Shiites don't pose a threat to national security. The Iranian embassy issued a statement urging the government to prevent the spread of such false information. "Currently, there are about 400 million followers of the radiant path ... in the world and such baseless statements are utter disrespect to all of them," the statement read in part. Some Malaysian Shiite families have practiced for generations while many others were exposed and subsequently converted to Shiism after the 1979 Islamic Revolution in Iran. Many meet in one of 40 "hauzars," or "houses of knowledge." The one that Kamil leads, the most prominent and largest with 500 members, is on the top floor of a shop-house in a suburb of the city of Kuala Lumpur. On Dec. 15, religious police arrived in trucks and detained about 125 people, including some 30 foreigners, mostly from Pakistan. Most were released on bail and given hearing dates at the Shariah court, which adjudicates religious cases. Officials have said the foreigners are expected to be let off, but the Malaysians could be charged with following the teachings of a deviant movement, which carries a penalty of up to two years in prison. Kamil has been charged with insulting Islamic officials, with his hearing set for Feb. 17. His group has turned to the government-backed Human Rights Commission of Malaysia to demand the right to worship freely . Mastura Ahmad, a 46-year-old homemaker among those detained, said she became a follower after marrying her Shiite husband, whose ancestors are from Indonesia. "I feel comfortable with Shia. There is more guidance given and I feel safer. But I don't declare my faith openly because people don't understand. My neighbors will gossip about it and label us as deviants and we may be ostracized," she said. Followers still gather at Kamil's hauzar, but iron grills have been installed at the entrance, in part because of concerns that drugs or explosives could be planted in the center to undermine the group. Some 100 followers filed in for prayers on the first Tuesday of the new year. A wall mural depicting Noah's Ark greeted them as they entered a long carpeted hall draped with banners in Arabic and separated into sections for men and women. During the one-hour session, Kamil led prayers over a loudspeaker. Then, poems were read to continue the mourning for the grandson of Prophet Muhammad. "Here in Malaysia, they cannot accept the differences," Rashid Ahmad, a 46-year-old follower, said before the service. "There has been a campaign of demonizing us by the religious authorities. They are jealous of our influence. In the whole world, Shia is awakening." He requested not to be photographed to protect his identity as his child is receiving a government scholarship, and he fears it could be withdrawn. Copyright © 2011 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.
  10. Salam, Update: http://abna.ir/data.asp?lang=3&id=220889 (Ahlul Bayt News Agency) - Head of the World Forum for the Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought refers to the attack of the Ashura mourners in Malaysia and warns against the differences which might end in excommunication. Following the recent heinous act of the security forces attacking Ashura mourners in Selangor state of Malaysia, Iranian top cleric Ayatollah Mohammad Ali Taskhiri in a letter asked religious leaders and top figures of the country to prevent the detained clerics to be tried on alleged accusations. In this letter addressed to Malaysian top figures including head of Jamiat Ulama and head of Muslim Unity community, Iranian senior cleric said," What happened on the eve of Ashura was quite shocking to us all." He also said," At the fatwa of Sheykh Al-monadi, the religious official of Selangor, who accuses the Shia for having distracting beliefs, police force attacked the mourning ceremony of Imam Hussein." He asked the religious figures not to let the religious differences to accuse each other of excommunication and religious innovation and to bring division among Muslims. During the mourning ceremony of Imam Hussein (as) in Hauzah ar Radah in state of Selangor, security forces raided the mourners arresting 200 mourners among them the local cleric as well as the visiting cleric from Iran. The two clerics have been released on bail and will appear at a hearing to be held on January 20th.
  11. Salam, Many Shias in Kedah are rice planter (petani/pesawah is this correct sis Zareen?), the raid in Hauzah Gombak: 20-30 of them are from kedah (its 7 hours drive). They rented a bus to attend Abal Fazl night. They intend to go back to Kedah at the same night. There are talks that the syariah court might jail few Shias from the incident up to 2 years, but release others with a fine up to 3thousand ringgit (i think around 1 thousand US dollar more or less). I dont know how this poor people will pay that amount, after their padi field damaged last year due to heavy rain and flood. Insya-Allah Imam Zaman will be with them, and give his holy hand to help them. Make duas. Wassalam.
  12. Salam, for those who can read malay, just go to this link: http://www.abna.ir/data.asp?lang=15&id=220033 Its about one of the Malaysian Shia leader (in the north: Kedah state) made a police report regarding the defamation towards Shiite community. Important to note, he was one of the arrested Shia leader in 2000 under ISA, Internal Security Act (detention without trial) for just being a Shia. In this report from Malaysia Kini detailings what happen to Shia at the time: The use of the Internal Security Act against followers of Islam’s Shia sect is “unIslamic, unconstitutional and against all basic principles of human rights”, a former detainee said today. Abdullah Hassan, who spent two years in the Kamunting detention camp, said his arrest under ISA - which allows detention without trial - was a violation of basic rights. The former detainee today met with four Suhakam commissioners, Harun Hashim, Zainah Anwar, Prof Mehrun Siraj and Prof Hamdan Adnan, for an hour and a half. The press and a representative from human rights organisation Suaram were not allowed into the meeting. Abdullah was sent to the Kamunting detention camp on Oct 2, 1997 and released on Dec 31, 1999. Under Section 8(1) of the Act, the home minister is empowered to detain individuals for period of two years, which is renewable thereafter. In his detention order, Abdullah was accused of “receiving secret funds, distributing pamphlets, and sponsoring secret meetings ... and certain activities on teachings deviating from the teachings of Islam that may cause confusion and disunity among the Muslims in Malaysia.” In February, malaysiakini reported that between Oct 20, 2000 and Jan 5, 2001, six Shia followers were arrested under the ISA. The six were construction worker Norman Batcha, businessmen Zainal Talib, Ahmadi Asab, Syed Hassan Alattas, Mustapha Safar and Syed Mokhtar Al-Hadad. Three have since been released, but one was slapped with a one-year restriction order to remain in Gombak, Selangor. According to Malaysian Shia Action Committee (MSAC) chairperson Muhammad Aidi, the ISA arrests are against the Constitution. “The arrests are a clear violation of Article 11 of the Federal Constitution which guarantees freedom of religion,” Muhammad said. Under the article, it is stated that “every person has the right to profess and practise his religion”. According to a memorandum handed to Suhakam by MSAC last month, the Shia are “those who consider the succession to Prophet Muhammad to be the special right of the Prophet’s family”. Shia followers number between 2,000 and 3,000 in Malaysia, where the predominant sect is Sunni. Issue to be discussed Meanwhile, commissioner Zainah told reporters today that she would be taking the matter up to the other Suhakam commissioners early next month. “The discussion was very frank and open but before we make any decisions we must deliberate the matter further and bring it up before the commission,” Zainah said. Zainah, who is also president of women’s group Sisters In Islam, added that she might be seeking clarification from the home minister and the Prime Minister’s Department’s Jakim (Malaysian Islamic Development Department). When asked if the MSAC’s allegations warrant further investigation, she said that “when it comes to the use of the ISA, it is a very serious matter”. Earlier, in another function, commissioner Hamdan announced that Suhakam will be visiting all ISA detainees being held in Kamunting on July 3. Apart from Hamdan, other members of the visiting team are Mehrun, Zainah and Simon Sipaun.
  13. Salam, Here something from Department of International Affairs The Ahl-Ul-Bayt World Assembly, in different languages. Do copy paste and dissiminate: English: In the Name of Allah ÇÚÙã Çááå ÃÌæÑäÇ æ ÃÌæÑßã ÈãÕÇÈäÇ ÈÇáÍÓíä Úáíå ÇáÓáÇã Esteemed Member of the AhlulBayt (a.s.) World Assembly Salam alaikum While extending our condolences on the occasion of mourning days of Muharram in commemoration of Imam Hussein (a.s.), the Master of Martyrs, we would like to inform you that a shameless attack at Hauza al-Ridha’s Husseiniyyah took place by security forces in Selangor, Malaysia on the eve of Ashura. The event was intrigued by the verdict of Shariah Court under the influence of Wahhabi group, which is so called as ‘Selangor Islamic Religious Department’. State Security forces disturbed the mourners who had attended the ceremony for the sake of Imam Hussein (a.s.) and arrested a number of our brothers and sisters. They also treated the holy place with disrespect, and confiscated Holy Qurans, religious books, Mafatihul-Jinan (books of supplication), Prayers stones (turbahs), posters, banners (symbols of mourning), etc. After the outrageous raid and an interim trial of a number of Shiah detainees, a wave of false propaganda against Shiism launched in the Malaysian cyberspace and mass media by the Wahhabi circles who cast lots of baseless ideological doubts against Shiah, for which there is no justification in Islam, holy Quran, or Sunnah of the Holy Prophet (s.a.). While condemning the desecration of Ashura ceremony and sanctity of the holy place, the AhlulBayt World Assembly considers such seditious acts as ‘unacceptable’ and asserts that actions by Wahhabi excommunication groups (Takfirists) against Shiah are being organized in order to provoke Islamophobia and fan the fire of conflicts between Shiah and Sunni groups. Causing discord among Muslim population and weakening the strength of Islamic communities is an old conspiracy of the enemies of Islam; however, in recent years, it has been accelerated in various forms by Wahhabi elements and arrogant powers' agents through their substantial financial resources and media supports. Fortunately, awareness in Shiah and Sunni scholars and intellectuals in disclosing this conspiracy will be much effective in the present situation when the Muslim nation needs unity and solidarity more than before. Accordingly, you are kindly requested to condemn this outrageous act, and submit your objection in writing to the Embassy of the Kingdom of Malaysia in your country Thanks in advance The AhlulBayt World Assembly 14 Moharram 1432 A.H. 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Ümumdünya Əhli-beyt (əleyhimus-salam) cəmiyyətinin hörmətli üzvünün hüzuruna: Salam olsun Sizə! ÚóÙøóãó Çááåõ ÇõÌõæÑóäóÇ æó ÇõÌõæÑóßõãú ÈöãõÕóÇÈöäóÇ áöáúÍõÓóíúäö (Úóáóíúåö ÇáÓøóáÇãõ) İmam Hüseyn (əleyhis-salam)-ın müsibətində Allah bizə və sizə əcr versin! Şəhidlərin sərvəri və ağası İmam Hüseyn (əleyhis-salam)-ın matəm mərasimi münasibəti ilə Sizə dərin hüznlə başsağlığı veririk. Nəzərinizə çatdırırıq ki, Malayziyanın Səlancur əyalətinin təhlükəsizlik məmurları Aşura gecəsində məntəqənin “Şəriət” məhkəməsinin hökmü və dini işlər üzrə təşkilatının vəhhabi amillərinin təhriki ilə “İmam Rza (əleyhis-salam)” adına hüseyniyyəyə həyasızcasına yürüş edərək “Ali-Əba”nın beşincisi olan İmam Hüseyn (əleyhis-salam)-ın əzadarlıq mərasimini pozmaqla əzadar qadın və kişilərdən bir çoxunu tutmuş, bu müqəddəs məkana hörmətsizlik etməklə dini kitabları, o cümlədən, Quran və dua kitablarını, türbəti, əzadarlıq plakatlarını müsadirə edərək o yerdən yığışdırmışlar. Bu rüsvayçı hərəkətdən və əzadarlardan bir neçəsini mühakimə etdikdən sonra dünya zalım dövlətlərinin himayəsində və vəhhabi təşkilatlarının üzvü olan muzdur şəxslər bu ölkənin informasiya vasitələrində və saytlarında Şiəlik əleyhinə kütləvi hücuma keçərək zəhərli təbliğatlar aparmış, bu haqq məzhəb əleyhinə İslamda, Quranda və Peyğəmbər (səlləllahu əleyhi və alih) sünnətində heç bir əsası olmayan əqidəvi və ideoloji şübhələr yaymağa başlamışlar. Ümumdünya Əhli-beyt (əleyhimus-salam) cəmiyyəti Aşura mərasiminə qarşı yönəldilən və müqəddəs din inanclarına qarşı törədilən bu kimi ehtiramsızlıq hallarını kəskin şəkildə pisləməklə eyni zamanda fitnə əhlinin Şiəlik əleyhinə törətdiyi bu qəbahətli və çirkin işləri dözülməz hal hesab və tam aşkar şəkildə elan edir: Vəhhabi qruplarının Şiəlik əleyhinə törətdiyi məkrli tədbirlər və bu məzhəb ardıcıllarını kafir hesab etməkləri düşmənlərin müqəddəs İslam dini ilə mübarizəsinin davamındadır. Onlar bir-biri ilə qardaşlıq şəraitində yaşayan şiə-sünnü arasında təfriqə salmaq və ixtilaf yaratmaq kimi mənfur niyyətləri ilə özlərinin dünya ağalığına can atan istismarçı və kafir dövlətlərin nökəri olduqlarını bir daha isbat etməyə çalışırlar. İslam dininin əsasını zəiflətmək məqsədi güdən bu kimi təfriqə və ixtilaf yaratmaq uzun tarixə malik olsa da, son illərdə müxtəlif forma və qruplar tərəfindən, zalım dövlətlərin əlaltılarının və xüsusilə vəhhabilərin vasitəsi ilə, eləcə də hal-hazırda fitnəçilərin ixtiyarına verilmiş külli məbləğ maddi köməklərin vasitəsi ilə tam kəskin formada yerinə yetirilir. Amma şükürlər olsun ki, İslam ümmətinin vəhdətə ən çox ehtiyac duyduğu hazırkı şəraitdə böyük və görkəmli alimlərin - sünnü-şiələrin alimlərinin bu fitnələri tam ayıqlıqla ifşa etməsi özünün müsbət təsirlərini göstərəcəkdir. Buna əsasən, Siz möhtərəm üzvdən xahiş edirik ki, bu məkrli tədbiri məhkum etməklə yanaşı öz etirazınızı yazılı şəkildə yaşadığınız ölkədə Malayziya ölkəsinin səfirliyinə elan edəsiniz. Hörmətlə: Ümumdünya Əhli-beyt (əleyhimus-salam) cəmiyyəti, 14 məhərrəm, 1432 Indonesian: Bisimihi ta‘âlâ Kepada Yth: Anggota Majelis Umum Lembaga Internasional Ahlul Bait as. Assalamualaikum Wr. Wb. A‘zdama-Allâhu ujûronâ wa ujûrokum bi mushôbinâ Al-Husain as. Teriring belasungkawa dalam rangka mengenang hari-hari dukacita baginda dan penghulu para syahid, Abu Abdillah Husain as, kami sampaikan bahwa aparat keamanan negara bagian Selangor, Malaysia, di malam Asyura Husaini melalui putusan pengadilan syariah dan hasutan agen-agen Wahhabi dalam departemen agama setempat, telah melakukan penangkapan sekelompok dari saudara-saudari peserta majelis dukacita melalui sebuah aksi penggerebekan yang keji terhadap Husainiyah Al-Ridha as. dengan tujuan membubarkan majelis dukacita untuk sosok kelima dari keluarga Al-Kisa’. Selain aksi penistaan terhadap kehormatan majelis dan tempat yang mulia itu, mereka juga telah menyita buku-buku keagamaan, Al-Quran, Mafâtîh Al-Jinân, termasuk turbah, poster, dan atribut-atribut azadari ‘dukacita’. Aksi penistaan dan pengadilan terhadap sejumlah peserta majelis dukacita yang ditangkap itu segera disusul oleh gelombang besar pemberitaan palsu yang dikerahkan oleh agen-agen yang terkait dengan Wahhabisme di bawah arahan kekuatan arogansi internasional terhadap Syiah di dunia maya dan media-media massa Malaysia; dibubuhi dengan berbagai fitnah pemikiran dan tuduhan kosong yang tak berdasar dan tak didukung oleh satu argumentasi atau referensi apa pun dalam Islam, Al-Quran, dan Sunnah Rasulullah Saw. Lembaga Internasional Ahlul Bait as. (Majma-e Jahani-e Ahl-e Bayt as), seraya mengutuk aksi penistaan terhadap kehormatan majelis dan acara Asyura Husaini serta simbol-simbol suci agama, tidak dapat menerima aksi pemicu pertikaian demikian itu terhadap Syiah dan menyatakan tegas bahwa aksi-aksi yang diambil oleh kelompok-kelompok takfir ‘juru pengkafir’ serta kaum Wahhabi terhadap Syiah hingga kini masih berlangsung dalam upaya menghasut sentimen anti-Islam pihak musuh dan menyulut api perselisihan di antara Ahli Sunnah dan Syiah sebagai cara mereka membuktikan jasanya dalam melayani imperialisme. Penghasutan dan penyulutan ini bertujuan untuk melemahkan tubuh umat Islam dan, walaupun sudah berlangsung lama, namun dalam beberapa tahun belakangan ini, upaya itu terus dilaksanakan secara lebih gencar dalam berbagai modus dan cara melalui anasir Wahhabisme dan kroni-kroni kekuatan arogan, selain juga didukung oleh bantuan finansial dan media massa yang kini dikuasai oleh pihak-pihak konspirator. Akan tetapi, sikap bijak kalangan ulama dan tokoh-tokoh Ahli Sunnah dan Syiah dalam membongkar konspirasi tersebut berpengaruh positif lebih dari sebelumnya dalam kondisi dimana umat Islam tengah membutuhkan persatuan. Untuk itu, diminta kepada Anda sebagai anggota terhormat Majelis Umum agar, di samping mengutuk aksi penistaan keji tersebut, menyatakan protes secara tertulis kepada kedutaan besar kerajaan Malaysia di negara masing-masing. Terima kasih Lembaga Internasional Ahlul Bait as. 14 Muharam Al-Haram 1432 Thank you, just by forwarding this message thru your language will help 200 Malaysian Shia from going to jail just because they are the followers of Ahlul Bayt. Solawat. Remember us in your tawassul. Wassalam.
  14. Salam Kayjay wrote: NOT TRUE. 1. The hauza is sound proofed (kalis bunyi) 2. Sayyid Hasan al Attas who first made the remark has corrected it, dig abna.ir 3 The majlis has just started around 10pm (it was 9 muharam in Malaysia, not 10th so it was abal fazl night) It started late to allowed a chinese non halal restaurant at the ground level to close. and a clinic at the corner of the building also to close. no provocation. The raid happen at 10.15pm. 4. during the raid, malaysian tvs are showing live telecast of a soccer match between malaysia and vietnam for suzuki championship. an indian restaurant behind the hauzah building switched their giant tv on and audience, customers there shouted and chanted. so the noise are not from hauza. 5. Watch the video in this thread, it was a peaceful gathering, and no noise. 6. if you're a malaysian, go and search for berita harian on saturday after it happen. the newspaper interviewed chinese restaurant owner and indian workshop owner (the neighbours of hauzah). they told the journalist, they themselves surprised about the allegations (spillling sunni blood). they told the newspaper. shia from hauza usually throw their rubbish, clean their staircase, give them food (from tabaruk) and never disturbed them. so brother kayjay, dont spread wrong impression about hauza. dont add our problems. 200 people going to jail (hope not). a huge media attack are enough for us. don't do wahabi job here.
  15. Salam, I was told there was reportage of the Interview of “Al-jazeera network” with the Cultural Counselor of the Islamic Republic of Iran’s Embassy in Kuala Lumpur on the violations of shia rights in Kuala Lumpur. Unfortunately, none of us in Malaysia knew this because of censorchip. Any of you guys out there watch this? I got this from Iranian Embassy's in KL website: “Hujjah Al-Islam Muhammad Hasan Vahedi” the Cultural Counselor of Iran’s Embassy, clarified some of the views of the Islamic republic about the recent events regarding Shiite community in Malaysia in an interview with Aljazeera network. Aljazeera network’s reporter, Mahmoud Al-Adam, asked the counselor’s opinion about what happened on Ashura Day and also about detaining the Shiite participants of the ceremony. Mr. Vahedi replied his questions by relying on two pivotal as well as considerable principles: First: the issue of detaining Shiite Malaysians Second: Unjust, unreal and baseless accusations made against Shiite thought in some media in Malaysia The Cultural Counselor of the Islamic Republic of Iran pointed out that the recent arrests are associated with domestic rules and regulations of Malaysia, saying : “we do not interfere in any decision made by the authorities based on their own rules about their citizens.” He added: “Our objection, however, is to the baseless statements and accusations about Shiite doctrine and the very propagation of such false information in Malaysia’s media, which has already been officially and publically stated. Dissemination of such insulting views about the Shiite thought in the media in Malaysia has offended the followers of this fortuitous path in Malaysia and other countries. We announced our objection by issuing a statement and have already asked the Malaysian government to prevent such incidents in the future.” The Cultural Counselor of the Islamic Republic of Iran’s Embassy said: “currently, there are about 400 million followers of the radiant path of Ahl al-Bayt in the world and such baseless statements are utter disrespect to all of them.” When asked about the presence of some Iranians among the mourners on Ashura Day, Hujjah Al-Islam Vahedi replied referring to an essential principle: “There is a general aspect to religion. It is for everyone and in any society people with different beliefs and nationalities can participate in religious gatherings and rituals of others, as well. According to reports received about this ceremony, there were Tashayyu’ followers form different countries like Malaysia, Indonesia, Myanmar, Pakistan and only one person from Iran which is an indication of the aforementioned matter. Different Religions in different countries have followers, rituals and Malaysia is no exception.” He continued: “the tenth day of Muharram, Ashura day, is one of the most important religious days which is commemorated by many Muslims worldwide. Even countries in this region such as Singapore, Indonesia and also European and American Countries hold ceremonies on this day and no one questions, labels or shows objection; what happened this year on Ashura Day in Malaysia, is bewildering !” Aljazeera’s reporter also asked about building a mosque for Malaysia’s Shiite community by the Iranian government; Muhammad Hasan Vahedi noted: “It is not true. But we hope that one day Iranians in Malaysia can build a mosque here in Kuala Lumpur. We have already discussed it with some of the authorities in Malaysia. In Iran there are worship places for Christians, Jews. There are also mosques for our Sunni brothers in the cities where they live which are of paramount importance and are held in high regard.” He emphasized the necessity of a decent worship place for people from various creeds and expressed hope that under favorable circumstances further talks regarding the issue will be held with Malaysian authorities. Link here: http://kualalumpur.icro.ir/index.aspx?siteid=263&pageid=11753&newsview=558272
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