Friday, November 10, 2006

Indeks Yang Meningkat



Tanbih / Peringatan:

The Prophet sollahu 'alihi wassalam said:

"Allah does not punish the individuals for the sins of the community until they see the evil spreading among themselves, and while they have the power to stop it, do not do so." (Ahmad)

Shaykhul-Islaam Ibn Taimiyyah said:
"This is why those who are in authority are of two groups: the scholars and the rulers. If they are upright, the people will be upright; if they are corrupt, the people will be corrupt."

The Noble Qur'an - Hud 11:85
And O my people! Give full measure and weight in justice and reduce not the things that are due to the people, and do not commit mischief in the land, causing corruption.

The Noble Qur'an - Hud 11:113
And incline not toward those who do wrong, lest the Fire should touch you, and you have no protectors other than Allâh, nor you shall be helped.

The Noble Qur'an - An Nisa' 4:79
Whatever of good reaches you, is from Allah, but whatever of evil befalls you, is from yourself.


Saya sedang mencari-cari ahli-ahli yang pandai menghuraikan hal-hal di atas.

18 comments:

bunga rampai said...

Salam,
Saya tumpang baca huraiannya untuk meningkatkan indeks ilmu. Terima kasih kepada Bro Keng kerana mengutarakan topik ini. Didahulukan ucapan terima kasih kepada ahli-ahli yang sudi menghuraikan maksud.

kenakelayan said...

Maybe this article, inshaAllah, can shed some light on the first hadith:

http://www.masud.co.uk/ISLAM/ahm/requital.htm

blackpurple said...

Ada juga indeks yang turun; indeks moral pemimpin....

Ingin menumpang mencari ilmu juga di sini....

Ku Klux Klang said...

Untuk mencucikan masyarakat bermula dengan diri. Kalau setiap orang yang membencikan rasuah, kezaliman, 'conspicuous consumption' mula membersihkan dirinya, apa kesannya kepada masyarakat keseluruhannya? Saya pernah merungut tentang ini kepada rakan Malaysia, misalnya cara Malaysia Hall di London dijual untuk menguntungkan segulungan greedocracy yang kecil padahal Malaysia Hall lama tiada cacatnya. Jawapan yang sering saya dengar ialah, "Biasalah!" Seolah-olahnya ini terlalu kerap sangat berlaku hingga boleh diterima. Sekarang padahnya: belanja menjaga Malaysia Hall baru jauh lebih tinggi, atapnya bocor, kerja-kerja yang baru dibuat kurang 2 tahun sudah mula terbongkar, suraunya di atas lubang najis.
Ya, betul tentang pemimpin ugama yang korap pengikutnya menjadi kurap. Dengarlah telatah pendakwah-pendakwah bebas sekarang yang berdiri di Masjid setiap Jumaat: kebanyakaannya macam aspiring stand-up comedians sahaja.

Semoga Allah melindungi kita dan negara kita!

blackbutterfly said...

wah...
but we can see the disaster everywhere now right...

D*b

Sayuti said...

perlu huraian lagi ke tuan?

terima kasih atas peringatan2 tersebut.

simah said...

saya hanya membaca penghuraian si penghurai..

Anonymous said...

Perhaps....

the 1st is like malaysia refusing to adopt Qisas and we muslims malaysians not doing anything about it. So, we are guilty as well lest we reject and object those in authority

the second is self explanatory.... crooked rulers/scholars produces crooked followers. do not be the followers.

3rd is about giving more than you get. so those in position should not live in mahligais and cannot have luxury .... at all. please do not follow Muawiyah....

zalimin have no refuge in god in the 4th

and d last try to tell u that u do have a choice in Islam..... and what u choose is actually has already been written. so choose wisely.

masaklomak said...

Apo lak nak uraikan lagi. Dah torang dah tu. Dunia ni sementara je dan segalanye kat dunia ni ujian je. Kaya ke... miskin ke... kalau fail gi neraka gak. Syurga untuk orang yang pass ujian tu je.

Si anonymous tu cam ok je jawap nye.

waallah wa'lam

Anonymous said...

Ayahanda...

kalau nak huraian tu, kena tengok kitab ni, al-maklum ilmu 'fi sodri' ni kurang sikit. lagi pun sang pencinta tak de tauliah ni. susah sekarang, kita cakap ni kena ada tauliah. tak de nanti, merundum index kita ni. lagi teruk kena extend dek bursa 'malaysia'. tapi tak pe, ustaz kita ada tauliah. nanti anakanda print out, minta dia hurai. tak pun dia suruh kita puna r.a buat kerja. wallahu a'lam

Ku Klux Klang said...

Excuse me for coming back...

There's mention of Muawiyah. He's a much misunderstood man and much maligned by the spin doctors of the Abbasids. It was Muawiyah who made the mosque the centre of Muslim political and social community and discourse. Those who came later changed all that and made the Mosque merely a social and prayer centre, leading to its degeneration in our day. He resisted Ali because of all those who were hiding behind the cloak of Ali, some of whom are the forefathers of our present day khawarij (making the mess in Iraq). And as for lavishness, well, after the righteous caliphs, how many can stand up and say I didn't do that?

Anonymous said...

"It was Muawiyah who made the mosque the centre of Muslim political and social community and discourse." Correction.... I believe d last Prophet did it first. But perhaps there was not much politics then. No persidangan UMNO hehehe. And.....

"And as for lavishness, well, after the righteous caliphs, how many can stand up and say I didn't do that?".... Brother, I hope There's still time for repentance. U said it like its a norm to do it nowadays and everybody do it. I beg of you, Please repent before its too late.

Salam.

Ku Klux Klang said...

My dear bro or sis Anon:

Well, there's no point splitting hairs about who started using mosques and for what purpose. Mu'awiyah certainly didn't start it, but he did, didn't he, while others didn't.

As for repentance, I do it every night. It's incumbent on all Muslims whether he/she be self-righteous or not. Please understand irony in arguments before you start spluttering, and plse also read my earlier comment and know where I stand. What I'm saying is why pick on Mu'awiyah while others that you seek to defend also did the same (if not worse)?

kenakelayan said...

Someone said this at a lecture:

'All the sheikhs/ulama put together are much less than the sahaba'.

If the ulama (and by this I mean all of the ulama throughout history, Imam Ghazali, Ibn Hajar, Imam Nawawi, etc.) cannot hope to equal the sahaba, what more can we say about ourselves? The sahaba did their best that they could, given their circumstances, during their time. I don't know if we can say the same about ourselves.

As for repentance, Rasulullah saw repented 70 times a day. So if it isn't a norm already, it should be as it is his (saw) sunnah.

Annecdote about the new Malaysia Hall:
Not long after it was built, I happened to be in the neighbourhood (I think it was after Jamuan Raya MSD, which was nice) to solat Zuhr. I asked the (Muslim) lady at the counter. She said the prayer room is closed on Sundays as it is out of office hours. I was quite stunned that I couldn't say a word. My friend almost answered back 'so we don't have to pray outside of office hours?' but she didn't want to be rude on Raya. I actually considered spreading my jacket on the floor in front of her to pray there and then. But we finally decided to walk out, came across this hotel called 'An-Nur'. We asked the non-Muslim receptionist if we could possibly pray in a corner somewhere. She and her non-Muslim colleague kindly led us to their empty restaurant, showed us where to make wudhu, and left us to pray in peace and privacy. It turned out later that the hotel is owned by the Sultan of Brunei.

But even so, it is sad that the non-Muslims in that hotel made more effort to ensure we could pray on time than our fellow countrywoman/Muslim did. I guess this is the state of our ummah.

Needless to say I never went to Malaysia Hall again.

Sayuti said...

tuan,
kalau ada indeks perpecahan umat, saya rasa makin meningkat juga...

Pegawai Khalwat said...

Tuan Keng,

Nak cari ahli yang pandai menghurai agak susah.

Nak cari ahli yang pandai-pandai menghurai mungkin mudah.

Anonymous said...

3K,
Alhamdulillah.
Good.
Thank you.
And Salam.

Anonymous said...

Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely