Indonesia: Persecución de los Ahmadiyas
Posted by AMDG en 24/junio/2008
Hace bastante que no hago referencia a Western Resistance, un blog que contiene artículos largos y documentados con los precedentes de las noticias de actualidad. En este caso se trata de la persecución de los musulmanes moderados y heréticos.
Los ahmadiyas son una secta herética del Islam creada por un Ahmad (foto), que se considero profeta. Como Mojamé es el último profeta, los musulmanes consideran a estos herejes como no musulmanes. De hecho Arabia saudita no les permite la peregrinación a la Meca. Una curiosidad. NO son violentos:
The Ahmadiyah have been in Indonesia since the 1920s. To become an Ahmadi, a vow is taken to “harm no-one”. What seems bizarre to Western minds is that a group which is peaceful and has not initiated violence is outlawed, before a group (FPI) that is openly violent, and has publicly called for a war to be made on the Ahmadiyah.
En Indonesia han sido objeto de ataques mortales jaleados por los islamistas:
On February 14 this year, Front Pembela Islam cleric Ahmad Sobri Lubis addressed a large crowd at a rally in Banjar, West Java. A video of his performance (in Bahasa Indonesian) can be found on the internet. The language used by Sobri Lubis is uncompromising.
“Kill! Kill! Kill!,” Sobri Lubis told the rally. “It is halal to spill the blood of Ahmadiyah. If any of you should kill Ahmadiyah as ordered by us, I personally, as well as the FPI, will take responsibility.”
Lubis is the secretary general of the Font Pembela Islam. He urged followers to kill Ahmadiyah members because they defile Islam. He said of human rights that they were cat excrement.
“Matad, matad, matad. Esta permitido verter la sangre de los ahmadiyas”, dice uno de ellos, que se cisca en los derechos humanos. También son objeto de la represión oficial:
On the evening of Monday June 9 the Religious Affairs Minister, Maftuh Basyuni, issued a decree. Basyuni was educated in Saudi Arabia (where the Ahmadiyah are banned from visiting Mecca) and has previously urged the Ahmadiyah to abandon their claims to be Muslim.
On Monday Basyuni’s decree, backed by President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono’s cabinet, told the Ahmadiyah that they must stop spreading their religion or face five year jail terms on charges of blasphemy. The decree was co-signed by Hendarman Supanji, the Attorney General.
Léelo entero: Indonesia – A Civil War Between Islamists And Moderates? Part Two
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