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Empayar Langkasuka Nusantara. Siapakah Mereka?

Pihak SJ menerima laporan dari beberapa individu berkaitan kewujudan satu ajaran baru yang sedang cuba dikembangkan di negara ini. Ajaran yang dimaksudkan ialah Empayar Langkasuka Nusantara yang mana turut juga ada mengenalinya sebagai Jema’ah Pemuda Bani Tamim.

SJ memohon orang ramai yang mengetahui tentang modus operandi dan bentuk pengisian ajaran tersebut untuk tampil ke Jabatan Kemajuan Islam Malaysia (JAKIM). Jabatan Agama Islam Selangor (JAIS) atau Jabatan Agama Islam Wilayah Persekutuan (JAWI) untuk membantu membongkar ajaran ini.

Turus Amirul Jihad, Empayar Langkasuka Nusantara

Empayar Langkasuka NusantaraJemaah Pemuda Bani Tamim

 

 
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Posted by on 31/07/2013 in Modus Operandi

 

Rejim Syiah, Bashar al-Assad Sekutu Kuat Israel

Beberapa akhbar dan media pada minggu lalu melaporkan bahawa pemimpin REJIM SYIAH di Syria, Bashar al-Assad merupakan sekutu kuat Israel di negara tersebut. Kenyataan itu telah dikeluarkan oleh bekas ketua risikan Israel sendiri.

Ikuti video dan artikel berikut. Mengapa Yahudi Israel tidak mahu Rejim Syiah jatuh.

Israel’s Man in Damascus

Why Jerusalem Doesn’t Want the Assad Regime to Fall
 

A man holds a roll of pictures of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad during a rally in support of him  in Damascus, 2011. (Khaled al-Hariri / Courtesy Reuters)

In October 1995, Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin telephoned Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to inform him that peace was at hand between Israel and Syria. Two weeks later, Rabin was dead, killed by a reactionary Jewish Israeli fanatic; the peace agreement that Rabin referenced died not long thereafter. But Israeli hopes for an eventual agreement with the Assad regime managed to survive. There have been four subsequent attempts by Israeli prime ministers — one by Ehud Barak, one by Ehud Olmert, and two by Benjamin Netanyahu — to forge a peace with Syria.

Bashar al-Assad - Israel's Best Man

Bashar al-Assad – Israel’s Best Man

This shared history with the Assad regime is relevant when considering Israel’s strategy toward the ongoing civil war in Syria. Israel’s most significant strategic goal with respect to Syria has always been a stable peace, and that is not something that the current civil war has changed. Israel will intervene in Syria when it deems it necessary; last week’s attacks testify to that resolve. But it is no accident that those strikes were focused solely on the destruction of weapons depots, and that Israel has given no indication of wanting to intervene any further. Jerusalem, ultimately, has little interest in actively hastening the fall of Bashar al-Assad.

Israel knows one important thing about the Assads: for the past 40 years, they have managed to preserve some form of calm along the border. Technically, the two countries have always been at war — Syria has yet to officially recognize Israel — but Israel has been able to count on the governments of Hafez and Bashar Assad to enforce the Separation of Forces Agreement from 1974, in which both sides agreed to a cease-fire in the Golan Heights, the disputed vantage point along their shared border. Indeed, even when Israeli and Syrian forces were briefly locked in fierce fighting in 1982 during Lebanon’s civil war, the border remained quiet…

sumber : http://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/139373/efraim-halevy/israels-man-in-damascus

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Iran Dan Hezbollah Mengganas di Syria

Akhbar antarabangsa beberapa hari lalu melaporkan bahawa Iran dan sekutunya Hezbollah yang dipimpin Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah kini menguasai militari/ ketenteraan di Syria sebagai langkah mempertahankan kerajaan rejim Syiah pimpinan Bashar al-Assad.

Ini menunjukkan bahawa usaha penghapusan masyarakat Ahli Sunnah Wal Jamaah semakin serius. Inilah akibatnya jika kita terus beranggapan bahawa Syiah tidak memberi kesan apa-apa pada masyarakat. Bila berkuasa, mereka membunuh sunni..!!!

Baca artikel berikut bersumber dari : http://www.wnd.com/2013/03/syria-no-longer-exists/#8F3GTdq0zjgKZHCm.99

‘Syria no longer exists’

Source: Iran, Hezbollah have taken over control of nation’s military, government

WASHINGTON – Iran and Hezbollah have effectively taken over Syria, guiding the nation’s military operations and functions of government, as the Lebanese resistance group’s fighters have begun to flood into the Damascus area, reveals a well-placed source in the Syrian capital.

To make a “long version really short, Syria no longer exists,” the source told WND.

Syria32 The government of Syria and the running of the Syrian military are no longer are under the command of the Syrians, he explained.

“Lebanon also is no more,” the source added.

Like Syria, “it’s now in the sphere of Iran and Hezbollah” who “run everything now.”

The knowledgeable and well-situated source was referring to ongoing military operations against Syrian opposition forces. Rebel ranks have been infiltrated by Sunni al-Qaida-linked militants, including the al-Nusra Front, which sources say is affiliated with a similar group from Lebanon called Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis.

Because of direct Hezbollah involvement in fighting against anti-Syrian government fighters, militants have threatened to attack Hezbollah strongholds in Lebanon, a prospect that could quickly spread the sectarian Sunni-Shia fighting inside Lebanon.

Pitched battles already are taking place in the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli, a Sunni stronghold. Sunni opposition forces have been engaging Hezbollah fighters who have aligned themselves with Shiites and Shiite Alawites in the region.

Syrian opposition positions near Tripoli and the immediate area recently were bombed by Syrian government forces. The area is one of the main avenues for infiltration of arms and foreign opposition fighters into Syria. The other conduit is Turkey.

If Syrian opposition forces attempted to descend into Lebanon, they would need to go through the Beqaa Valley, which is under Hezbollah’s control. The area is a virtual armed camp, which has been a deterrent to date from the chaos in Syria spilling over too far into Lebanon.

The issue of Iranian and Hezbollah control over military operations and government functions in Syria comes as separate reports reveal they have moved a 50,000-strong force into Syria to fight alongside Syrian government troops.

Sources say there are plans to increase that number to some 100,000 Hezbollah fighters.

“The Hezbollah guys are here (in Damascus), not near Maroun el Ras,” one source said, referring to the influx of Hezbollah fighters into Syria.

Maroun el Ras is a Lebanese village in southern Lebanon about a kilometer from the border with northern Israel. In the 2006 war between Hezbollah and Israel, Maroun el Ras, which is at an elevation of almost 3,000 feet and overlooks Israeli villages, was a focal point.

It was the scene of a major confrontation between the two in which the village’s occupation changed hands during the 34-day conflict. However, Israeli forces never fully occupied the village which ultimately remained in the hands of Hezbollah.

Shiite Iran and its Lebanese proxy, Hezbollah, openly are backing the survival of the embattled regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, who is a Shiite Alawite, fighting a sectarian civil war against Sunni opposition fighters, most of whom are foreigners financed and primarily armed by Sunni Qatar and Saudi Arabia.

The latest reports reveal that the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency is assisting in funneling Qatari and Saudi arms into Syria.

In addition, the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps’ elite Quds Force also is advising Syrian commanders, a development which sources say is under the command of Qassem Suleimani, who is overseeing operations out of the Syrian capital, Damascus.

Sources suggest that the reason for direct Iranian and Hezbollah involvement is not only to assist in the fighting but to maintain control over Syria should the government of Assad fall.

Hezbollah also is reportedly training fighting forces which would come under Iran’s control should Assad fall from power.

Iran and Hezbollah are undertaking this direct involvement because of the geostrategic significance Syria is to both entities.

With Syria, Iran has extended its influence from the Middle East to Central Asia. Syria also is a conduit to transfer weapons to Hezbollah in Lebanon.

The interest of Hezbollah involvement in Syria became apparent last October when Hezbollah Secretary-General Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah first signaled the involvement of the resistance movement in Syria.

It was around that period that first reports of dead Hezbollah fighters were being returned from Syria.

At the time, Nasrallah had denied reports of such fighting but didn’t rule out the prospect of Hezbollah fighters engaging the militant fighters in the future.

“As of now,” Nasrallah said at the time, “we have not fought alongside the (Assad) regime. We don’t know about the future.”

 
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Posted by on 01/04/2013 in Ajaran Syiah

 

Sheikh Yusof Al-Qaradawi : Syiah ancaman umat Islam!

Ulama terkenal Ikhwanul Muslimin, Sheikh Yusof Al-Qaradawi baru-baru ini memberi amaran kepada umat Islam seluruh dunia tentang ancaman gerakan Syiah yang sedang menyerang Ahli Sunnah Wal Jamaah. Menurut beliau risiko pengembangan Syiah, sebagai satu ancaman merbahaya kepada identiti negara-negara Sunni, di mana Iran sedang mengeksport revolusi negara itu ke negara-negara Islam seluruh dunia bagi menghapuskan masyarakat Sunni.

Berikut saya sertakan artikel yang dipetik dari website rasmi Ikhwanul Muslimin Antarabangsa (klik di sini) :

Qaradawi Renews Attacks On Shiites

An Egyptian newspaper has reported that Youssef Qaradawi, perhaps the most important leader of the global Muslim Brotherhood, has made more comments warning about the dangers of Shiite “expansion” to the Sunni community. According to the report:

Sheikh Youssef Al-Qaradawi Chairman of “World Federation of Muslim Scholars,” warning of the risk of expansion Shiite Sunni communities, as a dangerous threat to the identity of the Sunni countries, strongly criticized the acceleration of the steps to export the Iranian revolution to the countries of the region, and called for addressing this threat. The Qaradawi during a press statement on the sidelines of his participation at the Islamic Research Academy in Cairo, which concluded its work yesterday, a total rejection of Iran’s efforts to spread Shi’ism which should stand him in a strong and highly aware of risks. He drew his speech to the leaders of Iran: “We are the Sunnis and the group, we believe we are on the right, and we believe that the doctrine of the right, however, do not want in the dissemination of doctrine among the Shiites do not want to turn the Shiites as sought by Iran.” He continued: We have supported the Iranian revolution against the might and tyranny, but we were shocked when it revealed about the Revolution and the sectarian and efforts to extend outside the territory of Iran, and work on the funeral of the year in neighboring countries, urging Iran to desist from such schemes if they seek normal relations with Arab countries.

As the newspaper observes, Qaradawi was embroiled in controversy last year over similar remarks:

Qaradawi was warned in remarks he made last September by the threat of growing Shiite tide in Sunni communities, said that the “menace lies in the attempt to invade the Sunni community, who are preparing for that with their billions of wealth and cadres trained to approach the Shiite proselytizing in the country, especially the Sunni the Sunni community has no immunity against the cultural invasion, Shiite.

As earlier posts discussed, Qaradawi’s comments initiated a firestorm in the Muslim world and he was heavily criticized, not only by the Shiite community but also by the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood and its Supreme Guide. Knowledgeable sources reported at the time that Qaradawi was likely motivated by pressure from the Saudis as well as by his desire to set himself above the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood and its leader. Qaradawi has always enjoyed a close relationship with the Saudis and Gulf leaders and is far more important to the global Muslim Brotherhood than the Egyptian “mother” organization which has appeared to move closer to Iran of late.

It remains to be seen whether or not Qaradawi’s latest attack on Shiites will provoke another round of condemnation.

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Syeikh al-Qaradawi juga mengisytihar Iran sebagai musuh Islam dan bakal haji digesa mendoakan kehancuran Iran di Makkah kerana pendirian Iran anyg mendokong penyembelihan umat Islam di Syria. Untuk membaca sila klik di sini.

Persoalan yang ingin SJ kemukakan pembaca -

Wajarkah Malaysia memutuskan hubungan dengan Iran? YA atau TIDAK.

Harap kalian sudi memberi maklumbalas. Terima kasih.

 
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Posted by on 16/10/2012 in Ajaran Syiah

 
 
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