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Sunday, 12 August 2012

UMNO tidak menggunakan pendekatan agama dalam politik : Shafie Afdal

KOTA BELUD, 12 Ogos 2012 - Menteri Kemajuan Luar Bandar dan Wilayah, Mohd Shafie Afdal tidak menafikan bahawa UMNO menolak agama untuk kepentingan politik bagi memenangi hati rakyat. Demikian katanya pada majlis berbuka puasa di Masjid pekan Kota Belud, Sabah kelmarin.

Kenyataan Shafie ini cukup jelas sekali bahwa UMNO tidak menggunakan pendekatan agama untuk mendidik masyarakat di negara ini dengan nilai-nilai murni seperti yang termaktub dalam Al-Quran dan Hadis Nabi SAW. Bagaimana mereka boleh mengurus tadbir negara ini sekiranya landasan agama itu disisihkan?, sudah tentulah mereka bebas melakukan kemungkaran.

SR tertarik dengan satu komen yang mengulas kenyataan Safie itu, lebih kurang maksudnya; "Bagi UMNO 'AGAMA' hanya masa solat, puasa, zakat, haji dan masa ada orang mati, itu sajalah agama bagi UMNO. UMNO jauh benar menyimpang, masa pilihanraya dan mengundi tiada agama".

Seterusnya, biarlah gambar-gambar screen capture di bawah ini jelaskan segalanya. Kedangkalan pemimpin yang mengaku seorang pemimpin Islam, tetapi menolak pendekatan agama dalam pentadbiran negara.


19 comments:

  1. Agama dan politik memang tidak patut dicampuradukkan.

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    1. dalam islam xda pengecualian.. x tau pulak klu dgn agama lain.. maaf..

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    2. berpolitik berasas dan berpandukan agama, bukan agama dijadikan bahan politik.

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  2. Mentera..

    Memang benar apa yang dikatakan itu. Memang agama boleh jadi panduan untuk kita untuk memastikan politik kita ini bersih. Tapi jangan disalahgunakan agama yang ada itu untuk tujuan politik yang salah.

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    1. Jangan salah gunakan agama untuk kepentingan politik

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  3. yang tidak best tu bila parti politik berasaskan agama ini bercakap dihadapan rakyat semuanya baik2 belaka.. nampak suci saja.. bila dibelakan, banyak juga kerja2 yang bertentangan dengan agama dia buat..

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    1. Masuk PAS boleh masuk syurga...

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    2. Bukan manusia yang tentukan siapa masuk syurga dan siapa yang tidak.

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  4. Asalnya niat. Kalau sudah tidak betul, maka peekrjaan yang dilakukan pun tidak betul sudah.

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  5. With 55th Independence Anniversary, Malaysians should not forget that unity of all the races in the country has ensured Malaysia's sovereignty, without which the country would not be what it is today, said Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak. The prime minister said there was much to be learned from the lessons brought forth by the country's forefathers and "let us never forget that it was the unity of our Malay, Chinese and Indian ancestors, and not any one race alone that pushed back the communist insurgents and drove them out".

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  6. "Let us never forget that we stood with the Iban/Dayak and Kadazan/Dusun people of Sabah and Sarawak, as the nation rose from the backwardness of colonialism."Let us never forget it was as a country standing as one, with the greatest minds from all specialities and all walks of life coming together to propel us to the top of the global pile," said Najib in his 1Malaysia blog entry titled "55 Years of Development Through Harmony".

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  7. "We celebrate Merdeka in remembrance of those actions and lessons which have brought us our sovereignty, without which Malaysia would not be what it is today."To me, standing above all else is 1Malaysia, for it is this which symbolises everything that has contributed greatest to our country's wellbeing.

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  8. "Regardless of ethnicity or religion, race or creed, I ask all Malaysians to cherish the road our multiracial history has taken us," he said in conjunction with the country's Merdeka Day celebration this Friday.Najib said it was through this spirit of togetherness which 1Malaysia embodied that allowed Malaysians to achieve more towards a brighter future.

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  9. "And remember that we have walked together down this road these past 55 years. After all, there is much we can be proud of. How many countries can boast of having citizens of diverse ethnicities coming together for teh tarik at the local Mamak (eatery) to watch the Olympics and cheer our athletes, celebrate sports and our nation as one," he added.Najib also said that there was much about Malaysia's development that Malaysians should be proud of.

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  10. "Our economy is growing at a strong and steady pace, while growth around much of the world is either flat or falling. Our capital markets are reaching record highs as the global markets continue to struggle, with FGVH and IHH Healthcare recording the world's second and third largest listings."And our success is reflected in the global rankings - we have the 15th most efficient goods market, we are placed 26th in terms of developed infrastructure, and we stand as the 18th most competitive economy," he added.

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  11. The prime minister said much of the country's progress and prosperity could be attributed to the country's forefathers "and we should be thankful to them for it"."Alongside the British, they fought valiantly against the communists and quashed the extremism that threatened our way of life. They then secured our independence from colonialism, granting us full control over the resources that have featured strongly in our economic growth: rubber, tin, palm oil and iron ore," said Najib.

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  12. Najib said that in 1996, the opening of the Kuala Lumpur International Airport established Malaysia as a top international travel hub, and two years later, the rise of the Petronas Twin Towers changed the face of the country's skyline."And more than a decade later, they still stand as the tallest twin buildings in the world and home to Suria KLCC, Malaysia's iconic retail destination," he said.

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  13. He said these commodities became the backbone of the country's thriving export industry, providing Malaysia with the means to invest in the country's infrastructure and industrial development."In the years that followed, we grew from simple townships to large, sprawling metropolises, housing some of our greatest architectural and structural achievements."

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  14. He said from technology to entertainment, they all in some way symbolised the country's development and Malaysians should all be proud of them and what they stood for."With pride over these accomplishments also came revenue. Locally, businesses could perform more efficiently as we embraced technological advancements, both online and off," he said.

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