Saturday, November 10, 2012

Ini Kenyataan sebenar Nurul Izzah Yang dimanipulasi umno- Bandingkan Demi Kebenaran

July 10, 2007
KUALA LUMPUR — Malaysian Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi has said that those who want to leave Islam should be counselled by the religious authorities, and, if they still choose to convert, they should be allowed to do so.

Mr Abdullah made it clear later that he was making these comments in his personal capacity.
"Religious officials should be ready to listen to the problems of those people who want to leave the religion. They should not torture them but they should counsel them," said Mr Abdullah, speaking to reporters after opening an Islamic conference in Putrajaya.

Asked about the growing number of religious disputes dominating news headlines, the Prime Minister proposed that Muslims who want to convert to other faiths should be allowed to do so.
"This is not something that cannot be done. For those who don't want to be Muslims anymore, what can you do? If they want to leave the religion, what are you going to do? You might as well let them go."

Under Sharia or Islamic law in Malaysia, it is the duty of religious authorities to determine whether a Muslim can leave the religion or not.

Just last week, a 29-year-old Indian woman who wanted to renounce Islam was released from a rehabilitation centre run by the state's Islamic authorities. Ms Revathi Masoosai (picture), also known as Siti Fatimah, has said her mother was a Hindu and her father a Christian, but both subsequently converted to Islam, AFP reported. She told reporters she had been ill-treated while at the centre. She was separated from her Hindu husband and 18-month-old daughter for six months.

Ms Revathi had expected her bid to be a Hindu to be approved after her period of detention.
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SEKARANG BEZAKAN DENGAN KENYATAAN NURUL IZZAH

TERJEMAHAN DARI BAHASA INGGERIS KE BAHASA MELAYU

Soalan: "Apabila anda bercakap tentang kebebasan beragama, adakah ini termasuk masyarakat Melayu sekali? Terima kasih."

Nurul Izzah : Bila anda bertanya kepada saya, tiada paksaan dalam agama. Dr Farouk puntelah memetik   ayat Quran tersebut. Bagaimana anda boleh menanyakan kepada saya, atau kepada sesiapa pun… Bagaimanakah sesiapa boleh mengatakan, "Maaf, ini hanya untuk orang bukan Melayu". Ia mesti diaplikasi secara saksama. Inilah asas.

Di dalam Quran, tiada rujukan khusus untuk Melayu. Inilah apa yang sepatutnya. Saya berpegang, semestinya, kepada pendapat sedia ada, tetapi saya berkata di sini bahawa apa yang dimahukan, semestinya, adalah kualiti. Anda begitu yakin dengan pegangan agama anda hinggakan saya sendiri, yang disekolahkan di Assunta, dengan salib yang besar di dalam dewan, dan kumpulan nyanyian biarawati dan persatuan Katolik yang aktif tidak akan menjejaskan anda. Terima kasih.

TRANSCRIPT ENGLISH
Question: "When you speak about freedom of religion, are you actually applying to the Malays as well? Thanks."

Nurul Izzah : When you ask me, there is no compulsion in religion. Even Dr Farouk quoted that verse in the Quran. How can you ask me, or anyone… How can anyone really say, "Sorry, this only applies to non-Malays". It has to apply equally. That is the basis.

In the Quran, there is no specific term for the Malays. This is how it should be. So I'm tied, of course, you know, to the prevailing views, but I will say that what you want is, of course, is in terms of quality. You believe so strongly in your faith that even me, being schooled in Assunta, with a large cross in the hall, and an active singing Catholic nuns, Catholic society will not deter you. Thank you.

KENYATAAN MEDIA NURUL IZZAH.

Saya ucapkan terima kasih di atas pertanyaan lanjutan yang diterima setelah saya
menghadiri satu forum bertajuk “Islamic State: Which version? Whose responsibility?”
sebagai seorang panelis.

Sewaktu sesi soal jawab, salah satu soalan ditanya kepada saya berkait isu paksaan dalam agama melibatkan masyarakat Melayu. Jawapan saya menegaskan ungkapan – “Tidak ada paksaan dalam agama (Islam)….” – daripada ayat suci Al Quran, Surah Al-Baqarah, ayat 256. Ungkapan ini merangkumi seluruh umat manusia.

Namun ditambah, saya berpegang pada pendirian umum sedia ada, iaitu setelah memeluk Islam, seorang Muslim tertakluk dengan Syariat Islam; sebagaimana seorang warganegara tertakluk dengan Perlembagaan Persekutuan.

Saya kesal kerana ada percubaan memutarbelitkan kenyataan saya seolah-olah saya meremehkan soal aqidah atau mudah menerima orang Islam yang memilih untuk murtad.  Saya cenderung mendukung program pendididkan dan dakwah untuk memperkukuh akidah dan meningkat kefahaman terhadap Islam. Saya berdoa agar Allah SWT memberi petunjuk dan hidayah kepada semua, demi kesejahteraan bersama.

Rusmusan gua mudah , segala tuduhan terhadap Izzah merupakan satu helah bela diri untuk menutup kelemahan diri sendiri berhubung isu melayu murtad

 wakaka


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