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Pendakwah Bahagia Hidup Dalam Kalangan Orang Asli

Berita Asal:- Diulit bahagia kahwini (Sumber: Berita Harian)

Orang Asli GUA MUSANG: Tidak ramai sanggup tinggal dan bergelumang dengan kehidupan di perkampungan Orang Asli, makan sayuran hutan, apatah lagi mengahwini suku kaum itu kerana menganggap komuniti berkenaan kolot dan masih bercawat.

Namun, bagi Sukarelawan, Amalina Ismail, 27, membuktikan kehidupannya diulit bahagia selepas berkahwin dengan jejaka dari suku Temiar, Mohd Fardhu Angah, 29, sejak lima tahun lalu, selain dapat mencurah bakti di Kampung Orang Asli Pos Tuel, dekat sini.

Bercerita lanjut, beliau pada awalnya mendapat tentangan hebat daripada keluarganya apabila mengemukakan hasrat berkahwin dengan Mohd Fardhu kerana memikirkan masih bercawat. Anak bongsu daripada 10 beradik ini, tenang berhadapan dengan situasi itu dan Tekad membawa pilihan hatinya, berjumpa keluarganya yang tinggal di Kota Bharu.

“Apabila saya membawa berjumpa keluarga mereka terkejut dan tidak menyangka bakal suami adalah seorang ustaz. Malah dia juga akan menunaikan haji selepas menerima tawaran berkenaan daripada Tabung Haji, pada tahun itu.

“Selepas melihat keperibadian pilihan hati keluarga merestui saya mendirikan rumah tangga selepas Mohd Fardhu pulang daripada mengerjakan haji, pada 2014.

“Setahun kemudian, saya mengambil keputusan untuk berpindah ke tempat kelahiran suami di Kampung Orang Asli Pos Tuel. Saya tidak kesal berkahwin dengannya,” katanya sambil menjelaskan suaminya adalah anak tunggal.

Ibu kepada Nur Ain Farhana, 5; Mohammad Amsyar, 3, dan kini sedang mengandung enam bulan berkata, ketika berkenalan dengan Mohd Fardhu beliau ketika itu bertugas sebagai Sukarelawan Islamic Outreach Angkatan Belia Islam Malaysia (ABIM) di Kok Lanas, Kelantan.

Selepas berkahwin mereka ditawarkan menjadi Penggerak Masyarakat Orang Asli, Jabatan Kemajuan Islam Malaysia (JAKIM) untuk mendidik masyarakat suku Temiar di Kampung Orang Asli Pos Tuel.

Pengorbanan Amalina meninggalkan kehidupan dengan kemudahan serba sempurna di Kota Bharu tidak dikesali, sebaliknya beliau dengan terbuka hati untuk menabur bakti memperjuangkan dan mengembangkan ajaran Islam. Katanya, beliau perlu tabah berdepan cara hidup yang sememangnya sangat berbeza dengan kehidupannya sebelum ini.

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Penjualan, Promosi Bir Tanpa Alkohol Terbuka Perlu Dihentikan: ABIM

KUALA LUMPUR - Sebarang promosi serta penjualan arak atau bir tanpa alkohol secara terbuka perlu dihentikan, kerana dikhuatiri memberi impak negatif pada masyarakat, khususnya anak muda.

Presiden Angkatan Belia Islam Malaysia (ABIM), Mohamad Raimi Ab Rahim berkata, penjualan minuman seumpama itu juga tidak sesuai dibuat secara terbuka, demi menjamin kemaslahatan seluruh masyarakat.

Katanya mana-mana syarikat pengeluar minuman berkenaan, seharusnya mengambil kira aspek sensitiviti agama dalam promosi produk mereka, walaupun Malaysia merupakan negara yang majmuk.

"Sepatutnya syarikat seperti Heineken perlu lebih sensitif dalam mempromosi produk mereka. Meskipun mereka telah nyatakan bahawa sasaran penjualan minuman itu adalah remaja bukan Islam, ianya masih tidak wajar kerana mengelirukan," katanya.

Mohamad Raimi mengulas demikian serta menyokong penuh kenyataan Menteri di Jabatan Perdana Menteri, Datuk Dr Mujahid Yusof hari ini, yang menegaskan pengeluaran produk sedemikian bukan sahaja mengelirukan umat Islam, malah ia satu tindakan tidak baik.

Mengulas lanjut beliau berharap agar pihak berwajib memperkasa usaha, agar larangan penjualan produk yang haram serta syubhah atau tidak jelas hukumnya antara halal dan haram, dapat dilaksanakan di kawasan komuniti yang majoriti penduduknya ialah umat Islam.

Mohamad Raimi berkata umat Islam di negara ini turut dinasihatkan agar sentiasa menjauhi sebarang produk, khususnya minuman yang haram serta syubhah.

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ABIM Gesa Heineken Lebih Sensitif Dalam Promosi Bir Tanpa Alkohol

Sebarang promosi serta penjualan arak atau bir tanpa alkohol secara terbuka perlu dihentikan, kerana dikhuatiri memberi impak negatif pada masyarakat, khususnya anak muda.

Presiden Angkatan Belia Islam Malaysia (Abim) Mohamad Raimi Ab Rahim berkata penjualan minuman seumpama itu juga tidak sesuai dibuat secara terbuka, demi menjamin kemaslahatan seluruh masyarakat.

Katanya mana-mana syarikat pengeluar minuman berkenaan, seharusnya mengambil kira aspek sensitiviti agama dalam promosi produk mereka, walaupun Malaysia merupakan negara yang majmuk.

"Sepatutnya syarikat seperti Heineken perlu lebih sensitif dalam mempromosi produk mereka. Meskipun mereka telah nyatakan bahawa sasaran penjualan minuman itu adalah remaja bukan Islam, ia masih tidak wajar kerana mengelirukan," katanya kepada Bernama

Mohamad Raimi mengulas demikian serta menyokong penuh kenyataan Menteri di Jabatan Perdana Menteri Datuk Dr Mujahid Yusof Rawa hari ini, yang menegaskan pengeluaran produk sedemikian bukan sahaja mengelirukan umat Islam, malah ia satu tindakan tidak baik.

Mengulas lanjut beliau berharap agar pihak berwajib memperkasa usaha, agar larangan penjualan produk yang haram serta syubhah atau tidak jelas hukumnya antara halal dan haram, dapat dilaksanakan di kawasan komuniti yang majoriti penduduknya ialah umat Islam.

Mohamad Raimi berkata umat Islam di negara ini turut dinasihatkan agar sentiasa menjauhi sebarang produk, khususnya minuman yang haram serta syubhah.

“Dalam senario masyarakat yang semakin mencabar dengan bermacam produk makanan dan minuman serta kaedah promosi yang menarik perhatian, sebagai umat Islam seharusnya berwaspada agar tidak mudah terpedaya.

"Paling utama jika kita tahu syarikat pengeluar sesuatu minuman itu adalah pengeluar arak, maka jauhilah. Penjualan produk dengan nama bir tanpa alkohol sememangnya amat mengelirukan," tambahnya dengan harapan agar promosi bir tanpa alkohol itu dapat dihentikan segera.

Presiden Majlis Belia Malaysia (MBM) Jufitri Joha turut berharap agar lebih ramai di kalangan masyarakat sensitif dengan penjualan bir tanpa alkohol dengan tagline 'Now You Can' itu, kerana boleh mengelirukan.

"Khususnya kepada generasi muda, kerana tagline itu seolah-olah menyebutkan bahawa dahulu tak boleh tapi kerana sekarang tiada alkohol, maka sekarang boleh," katanya.

MBM turut menggesa agar arak-arak murah tidak lagi dijual di kedai-kedai serbaneka, kerana dikhuatiri akan mudah dibeli dan diminum oleh sesiapa sahaja.

"Kita tidak mahu anasir negatif mempengaruhi generasi muda. Kita tidak mahu ia menjadi budaya dan ketagihan kepada generasi muda Islam dan bukan Islam. Arak sepatutnya dijual di kedai khas dan bukan dijual secara terbuka," tambahnya.

Heineken Malaysia Berhad dalam kenyataan semalam menjelaskan produk minuman yang dikeluarkan itu adalah tidak halal dan hanya disasarkan kepada yang bukan Islam berusia 21 tahun ke atas. - Bernama

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Persecution In Xinjiang: ABIM Urges The Whole International Communities To Express Their Stand Together With Twenty Two.

Muslim Youth Movement of Malaysia (ABIM) is referring to a joint statement made by twenty two countries urging the Chinese government to end its mass arbitrary detentions and related violations against Muslims in the Xinjiang region.

ABIM described the effort as timely given the major persecution and infringement of freedom of religion and live towards the Muslim communities have been going on for decades without any effort by the Chinese government to put an end to these gross abuses.

The statement signed by the Permanent Representative of respective states including United Kingdom, Germany and Japan has shown that the concern about the arbitrary persecution targeting Uighurs and other minorities has come to the attention of the state members of the United Nations, in particular the UN Human Rights Council.

The right to live and freedom of religion and belief are recognized as part and parcel of universal values that must be preserved, hence ABIM urges the whole communities to stand together with the call to request China to uphold and respect these fundamental elements of human rights.

ABIM also calls for any other states, OIC and Asian countries in particular to take the same joint effort as a mechanism to strengthen the voice of protest and disfavour upon the Chinese government for acts and omissions that do not respect and uphold the human rights of Uighur people and other religious minorities or communities who are prevented from having the freedom of religion and belief and the rights to a meaningful life.

As specifically affirmed in the Article 6.3 of the Asian Human Rights Charter which states that “the freedom of religion and conscience is particularly important in Asia where most people are deeply religious; many find their primary identity in religion”, it gives connotation that any act of infringement of religious freedom in Asia is perceived as unacceptable and alien in this continent.

MOHAMAD RAIMI AB RAHIM President, Muslim Youth Movement of Malaysia (ABIM).

Pindaan RUU 668 Gopoh

Jul 09, 2019
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Pindaan RUU 668 Gopoh

KUALA LUMPUR – Angkatan Belia Islam Malaysia (ABIM) kesal terhadap pembentangan Rang Undang-Undang (RUU) Akta Pertubuhan & Pembangunan Belia 2017 yang merupakan pindaan kepada akta sama (Akta 668) yang dikuatkuasakan mulai 2007 lalu.

Pindaan had umur belia yang ditetapkan terus pada 30 tahun ternyata bercanggah dengan kenyataan yang dibuat beberapa kali oleh Menteri Belia dan Sukan, Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman, bahawa transisi had umur akan dijalankan secara berperingkat-peringkat mulai umur 35 tahun terlebih dahulu.

Ini termasuk dengan pengumuman rasmi yang dilakukan beliau ketika sambutan Hari Belia Negara 2019 di Dewan Canselor Tun Abdul Razak (DECTAR), Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) pada 15 Mei 2019 lalu, yang menegaskan transisi had umur kepada 35 tahun dahulu.

Setiausaha Agung ABIM, Muhammad Faisal Abdul Aziz berkata, berdasarkan fakta ini, maka pengumuman yang dibuat ketika proses bacaan RUU telah dibuat tanpa rujukan, perundingan serta perbincangan yang muktamad dan tuntas dengan badan-badan gabungan belia khususnya yang bernaung di bawah Majlis Belia Malaysia (MBM), yang menggerakkan pembangunan generasi muda di akar umbi semenjak sekian lama.

“Seharusnya suara para aktivis dan badan-badan gabungan belia dihormati untuk dipertimbangkan sejajar dengan semangat inklusif Malaysia Baharu yang mendaulatkan suara rakyat. “Banyak aspek dalam aktivisme belia serta generasi belia yang sedang dijalankan perlu ditimbangkan seperti membabitkan ruang untuk aktivis atau pekerja belia terus menyumbang di samping pertubuhan belia memantapkan generasi kepimpinan belia khususnya sekitar 35-30-an.

“Perubahan drastik yang dilakukan dalam pindaan RUU 668 hanya akan menjejaskan ekosistem pembangunan kepimpinan dan aktivis belia sedia ada,” katanya dalam kenyataan di sini.

Tambah beliau, ABIM yakin pendekatan menang-menang boleh dicapai sekiranya pihak Menteri Belia dan Sukan telus dan terbuka untuk berbincang dengan semua pemegang taruh (stake holder) yang terlibat dalam aktivisme belia.

Pendekatan “government knows best” khususnya dalam memastikan pembangunan belia berjalan dengan baik telahpun berakhir. Menurutnya, paling menggusarkan sekiranya ada tindakan yang seolah-olah dilihat mempermainkan generasi muda sebagai bidak-bidak untuk menggerakkan percaturan politik pihak tertentu.

“Selain itu, seperti yang kita sedia maklum, parti politik berdaftar bawah Akta Pertubuhan 1966 (Akta 335) dan tidak terikat dengan Akta 668.

“Untuk tujuan ketelusan dan tidak berunsur politik, ABIM menyeru kepada parti politik untuk meminda terlebih dahulu had umur sayap pemuda parti masing-masing kepada umur 30 tahun, sebelum RUU pindaan terhadap akta sedia ada dibuat. Ini termasuk meminda dengan Akta Pertubuhan 1966 (Akta 335) yang menyentuh sayap pemuda parti politik supaya mengikut semua lunas dasar belia yang digariskan.

”Hal ini penting, sebagai jaminan pimpinan pemuda parti politik sendiri akan bersama dengan dasar belia yang baharu kelak.

“Semangat zaman generasi muda serta para aktivis belia perlu dihormati. Kita khuatir pendekatan ‘top down’ yang cuba diamalkan menerusi RUU 668 secara gopoh akan menghentikan proses perkembangan generasi muda yang sedang dijalankan untuk masa depan negara ini,” ujar Muhammad Faisal. Sumber: Malaysia Gazette.

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Morsi: The Silent Is An Infringement On The Spirit Of Democracy

Muslim Youth Movement of Malaysia (ABIM) express deep condolences to all Egyptians, leaders and members of FJP Party and family of Dr. Mohammed Morsi. According to reports from leading international media, Dr. Mohammad Morsi passed away in court after having collapsed during a trial process.

Although he governed Egypt for a short period of time following the peoples’ revolution to overthrow Hosni Mubarak in 2011, Dr. Morsi was a significant leader in giving his best commitment towards reform, truth and justice in Egypt.

On 24 of March 2014, ABIM had issued a strong statement condemning the death punishment meted out by the Egyptian court to 529 of Morsi’s supporters who was elected legitimately and democratically. At the same time, ABIM urge for a comprehensive investigation on the cause of his death, given the fact that he was treated badly and denied basic medical treatment during the time he served in prison.

After more than six years of being persecuted, the tragedy on Dr. Morsi is but a glimpse on the massive persecution by the al-Sisi tyrannical regime. Hundreds of thousands have been killed, exiled, and imprisoned. The silence of the international community over this matter is an infringement on the spirit of democracy.

Hence ABIM urge all Malaysian citizens to consistently criticise the atrocities committed by the Egyptian government. Furthermore, ABIM welcome all Muslims to conduct the janazah prayer in absentia and pray for Allah to grant His mercy and Jannah to him. Innalillahi wainna ilaihi rajiun - Indeed we belong to Allah and indeed to Him we will return.

Mohamad Raimi Ab Rahim, President, Muslim Youth Movement of Malaysia (ABIM).

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Morsi: The Silent Is An Infringement On The Spirit Of Democracy

Muslim Youth Movement of Malaysia (ABIM) express deep condolences to all Egyptians, leaders and members of FJP Party and family of Dr. Mohammed Morsi. According to reports from leading international media, Dr. Mohammad Morsi passed away in court after having collapsed during a trial process.

Although he governed Egypt for a short period of time following the peoples’ revolution to overthrow Hosni Mubarak in 2011, Dr. Morsi was a significant leader in giving his best commitment towards reform, truth and justice in Egypt.

On 24 of March 2014, ABIM had issued a strong statement condemning the death punishment meted out by the Egyptian court to 529 of Morsi’s supporters who was elected legitimately and democratically. At the same time, ABIM urge for a comprehensive investigation on the cause of his death, given the fact that he was treated badly and denied basic medical treatment during the time he served in prison.

After more than six years of being persecuted, the tragedy on Dr. Morsi is but a glimpse on the massive persecution by the al-Sisi tyrannical regime. Hundreds of thousands have been killed, exiled, and imprisoned. The silence of the international community over this matter is an infringement on the spirit of democracy.

Hence ABIM urge all Malaysian citizens to consistently criticise the atrocities committed by the Egyptian government. Furthermore, ABIM welcome all Muslims to conduct the janazah prayer in absentia and pray for Allah to grant His mercy and Jannah to him. Innalillahi wainna ilaihi rajiun - Indeed we belong to Allah and indeed to Him we will return.

Mohamad Raimi Ab Rahim, President, Muslim Youth Movement of Malaysia (ABIM).

Stop Persecuting the Uyghur Communities: Recognize their Freedom of Religion and Rights to Live

We, the undersigned organisations wish to affirm the fundamental rights of every human being to the right to life and the freedom of religion and belief. This affirmation is recognised in the charters, declarations and covenants of the international community. Specifically, we affirm Article 6.3 of the Asian Human Rights Charter which states that “the freedom of religion and conscience is particularly important in Asia where most people are deeply religious; many find their primary identity in religion”. The article together with other express provisions in other International Conventions of Human Rights are the necessary rights and conditions that serve to protect every human life and interest and make this world a better place to live in.

On this day 5 July 2019, as the world commemorates the 10th anniversary of the July 5th 2009 Urumqi Massacre, we wish to highlight the critical situation of human rights abuses of the Uyghur people and many other minority groups across the Xinjiang (East Turkestan) area. We note that the human rights violations of the Uyghurs people and their respective communities have increased significantly resulting in the rapid deterioration of the welfare and wellbeing of the Uyghur people.

In February 2019, the United Nations Human Rights Council released a report which documented Chinese authorities as having detained people without the due process of the law and placed them in “political education” camps for their perceived disloyalty to the government. It is reported that detainees in these camps are subjected to force political indoctrination, renunciation of their faith, mistreatment, and in some cases torture. Such acts could certainly be deemed as persecution on the basis of one’s faith and religion. It is contemptuous and should never be tolerated. In recent months, other UN officials, human rights organizations, and independent journalists have also supported such findings.

There are also restrictive legislation, suppression of the highest order and repressive policies in placed which the Uyghurs people routinely find themselves subjected to. Uyghurs are not allowed to peacefully practice their religion, to speak or move freely or even to be to be educated in their native language. This is all the worst when many Uyghurs are arbitrarily detained, confined in “political re-education” camps or made to disappear while in custody of Chinese authorities. These are grave human rights violations on the right to life and freedom of religion and belief.

For these reasons, we, the undersigned organisations strongly urge and demand the Chinese government to do as follows:

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Stop Persecuting the Uyghur Communities: Recognize their Freedom of Religion and Rights to Live

We, the undersigned organisations wish to affirm the fundamental rights of every human being to the right to life and the freedom of religion and belief. This affirmation is recognised in the charters, declarations and covenants of the international community. Specifically, we affirm Article 6.3 of the Asian Human Rights Charter which states that “the freedom of religion and conscience is particularly important in Asia where most people are deeply religious; many find their primary identity in religion”. The article together with other express provisions in other International Conventions of Human Rights are the necessary rights and conditions that serve to protect every human life and interest and make this world a better place to live in.

On this day 5 July 2019, as the world commemorates the 10th anniversary of the July 5th 2009 Urumqi Massacre, we wish to highlight the critical situation of human rights abuses of the Uyghur people and many other minority groups across the Xinjiang (East Turkestan) area. We note that the human rights violations of the Uyghurs people and their respective communities have increased significantly resulting in the rapid deterioration of the welfare and wellbeing of the Uyghur people.

In February 2019, the United Nations Human Rights Council released a report which documented Chinese authorities as having detained people without the due process of the law and placed them in “political education” camps for their perceived disloyalty to the government. It is reported that detainees in these camps are subjected to force political indoctrination, renunciation of their faith, mistreatment, and in some cases torture. Such acts could certainly be deemed as persecution on the basis of one’s faith and religion. It is contemptuous and should never be tolerated. In recent months, other UN officials, human rights organizations, and independent journalists have also supported such findings.

There are also restrictive legislation, suppression of the highest order and repressive policies in placed which the Uyghurs people routinely find themselves subjected to. Uyghurs are not allowed to peacefully practice their religion, to speak or move freely or even to be to be educated in their native language. This is all the worst when many Uyghurs are arbitrarily detained, confined in “political re-education” camps or made to disappear while in custody of Chinese authorities. These are grave human rights violations on the right to life and freedom of religion and belief.

For these reasons, we, the undersigned organisations strongly urge and demand the Chinese government to do as follows:

Berdakwahlah Dengan Hikmah Dan Hemah, Bukan Paksa Dan Marah.

Oleh: Zairudin Hashim, Penolong Setiausaha Agung, Angkatan Belia Islam Malaysia (ABIM)

Berdakwah merupakan tanggungjawab setiap Muslim. Hal ini dinyatakan dengan jelas dalam Surah Ali Imran (Ayat 110), “Kalian adalah umat yang terbaik yang dilahirkan untuk manusia, menyuruh kepada yang ma’ruf, dan mencegah daripada yang mungkar, dan beriman kepada Allah SWT.” Namun, penting juga untuk difahami bahawa dakwah sangat memerlukan kelembutan serta kebijaksanaan, sebagaimana yang disebut dalam Surah An-Nahl (Ayat 125), “Serulah (manusia) kepada jalan Tuhanmu dengan hikmah dan telunjuk yang baik dan ajarlah mereka dengan cara yang baik.”

Kelembutan itu indah, sedangkan hilangnya kelembutan membuatkan sesuatu perkara menjadi tidak lagi indah. Rasulullah SAW mendidik kita untuk berdakwah dengan begitu indah. Baginda tidak pernah memaksa mana-mana orang bukan Islam untuk masuk ke dalam agama Islam. Sebaliknya, Baginda menarik mereka kepada Islam dengan menzahirkan kasih sayang serta kebaikan kepada mereka. Hal inilah yang menyentuh jiwa mereka, tatkala melihat keindahan Islam seterusnya mahu mendekati dan mengenali agama tersebut.

Hari ini, ramai yang menolak dakwah Islam kerana didakwah dengan paksaan serta marah-marah. Kita mesti memikir serta memahami emosi serta sensitiviti golongan yang ingin didakwah, memandangkan mereka juga manusia yang mempunyai hati dan perasaan. Sejelasnya, keberhasilan dakwah sangat sangat bergantung kepada penggunan bahasa dakwah yang tepat, jitu, efektif serta berkualiti untuk mencapai sasaran seterusnya mempunyai pengaruh terhadap hati dan akal fikiran. Dakwah yang berkesan juga berlegar di sekitar pemikiran yang rasional, sistematik, harmonis, serta berstrategi. Para pendakwah perlu menggunakan kata-kata yang memberi penerangan tentang manfaat atau bahaya sesuatu perkara, tanpa menggunakan bahasa yang kasar atau kesat.

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