Supporters of FSA in Indonesia scream loudly about Rohingya Refugees who got discrimination in Burma, while theirselves love discriminating others in their own country Indonesia, discriminating Shiite, discriminating Ahmediya, discriminating non muslims and others minorities. What a hypocrite Ikhwanul Muslimin and FSA supporters with mental of Wahabism…… Don’t talk about discrimination while you still love discriminating others. Go to Syria, join the rebels and DIE! Continue reading
Jakarta, NU Online
Member of the Advisory Board of Nahdlatul Ulama (NU) KH Mar’uf Amin said the teaching and goal of Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) are against the Islamic sharia, as it uses violence to achieve its cause.
Jakarta, NU Online
President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has drawn focus to the fact that not all problems or conflicts in the Middle East are related to religion, and hence, all Indonesians must be aware of it. Continue reading
Mawlana Shaykh Hisham’s Vancouver, Canada Trip August 8-10 Friday -Sunday.
Muhammad Hisham Kabbani (born 13 Safar 1364 / 28 January 1945) is a prominent Lebanese-American Sufi Muslim.
Crossing the Line: The religious affairs minister appeals to Indonesian Muslims to refrain from joining the radical group
Jakarta. Religious Affairs Minister Lukman Hakim Saifuddin appealed to Indonesian Muslims not to support the extremist Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, or ISIS.
He called on local Muslims to be wary of ISIS’s request for support, stating that it is a radical movement that employs violent means to establish an Islamic state in Iraq and Syria. Continue reading
Leaders of the country’s two largest Islamic organizations have decried growing local support for the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), calling it political and counter to Islam.
They urged Indonesian Muslims to not join the war waged by the group, since no solidarity should be put behind the violent movement that has claimed to occupy parts of Iraq and Syria while spreading terror in the region.
JAKARTA — More Indonesian Muslim groups and public figures have voiced their rejection of the Middle-Eastern Islamic State militant group, with some urging the government to take firmer action against the possible spread of a growing movement in Indonesia and others suggesting that a lack of media attention would reduce interest in their extreme religious campaign. Continue reading