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Panitia Peduli dan Prihatin merupakan satu badan yang ditubuhkan bagi menyalurkan maklumat-maklumat tentang isu polemik dunia. Rasulullah Sallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam bersabda "Tidak sempurna iman jika kau tidur dalam kekenyangan, sedang jiran tetanggamu menderita kerana kelaparan". Mari ambil cakna isu dunia.

22 December 2011

Haniyeh Usul Bentuk Tentera Baitul Maqdis

Nakbah Palestin merujuk kepada penubuhan Negara Haram Israel yang telah diistiharkan secara rasminya pada 15hb Mei 1948. Peristiwa ini berlaku selepas terlaksananya kependudukan dan penjajahan haram oleh rejim Yahudi Zionis ke atas tanah dan penduduk asal Negara Palestin secara sistematik dengan bantuan British dan PBB. Tarikh penting tersebut adalah detik hitam buat penduduk asal bumi Palestin, orang-orang Arab dan dunia Islam secara keseluruhannya. Negara Palestin yang selama ini telah dinaungi kedamaian dan keadilan untuk ribuan tahun itu semakin merasai keperitan, kepedihan dan derita yang berpanjangan apabila mereka berada di bawah jajahan dan kongkongan Yahudi Zionis sejak enam dekad yang lalu. Teruskan membaca: 

   Perdana Menteri Palestin Ismail Haniyeh, mencadangkan agar dibentuk Tentera Baitul Maqdis yang terdiri dari negara-negara Arab dan negara revolusi bagi membebaskan Jerusalem dan al-Aqsa serta menekankan pada masa yang sama bahawa penentangan bersenjata adalah satu-satunya pilihan untuk Pembebasan tanah Palestin.

Haniyeh berkata demikian semalam, Rabu 14/12/2011, semasa sambutan perayaan ulang tahun ke-24 Batalion Hijau, Hamasa di Sememnanjung Gaza.

Perdana Menteri menekankan kesediaan kerajaan beliau untuk berkongsi pihak berkuasa Mesir bagi melindungi keselamatan Sinai dan menyatakan bahawa rejim Zionis 
Israel cuba untuk menimbulkan huru-hara di Sinai Mesir dan menuduh sesetengah pejuang Palestin bertindak melakukannya.
Haniyeh berkata: “Keselamatan Mesir adalah sebahagian daripada keselamatan kita di Gaza dan keselamatan Mesir adalah keselamatan kami juga.
Manakala pilihan penentantangan bersenjata, Haniyeh berkata: “Tentangan bersenjata adalah satu-satunya pilihan untuk Pembebasan tanah Palestin dari laut ke sungai, Hamas merupakan perintis utama projek, intifada pertama dilakukan oleh Hamas.

Sumber: Aman Palestin
Oleh: Fasihah binti Sulaman 

11 December 2011

Pilihan Raya Mesir Pusingan Pertama

ISLAMISTS trounced their liberal rivals in the opening phase of Egypt's first election since the fall of Hosni Mubarak, figures showed yesterday, with one in four voters choosing hardline Salafists.

Islamist parties won 65 per cent of all votes cast for parties in the first round of parliamentary polls last week, while the main secular liberal coalition managed just 13.4 per cent.
Among the Islamist vote, the moderate Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) of the Muslim Brotherhood won 36.6 per cent, followed by the hardline Salafist Al-Nur party with 24.4 per cent and the moderate Al-Wasat with 4.3 per cent.

"We welcome the Egyptian people's choice," FJP spokesman Ahmed Sobea told AFP. "Egypt now needs all parties to cooperate together to get it out of its crisis."
The Brotherhood had been widely forecast to triumph in the first free election in decades. It is the country's most organised political group and is well known for its charity work and opposition to Mubarak's 30-year regime.

But the showing from Salafist groups, which advocate a fundamentalist interpretation of Islam dominant in Saudi Arabia, was a surprise, raising fears of an ultra-conservative and overtly religious 498-member new lower parliament.
The Salafis, newcomers who founded parties only after the toppling of Mubarak in February, trailed the FJP only slightly in the city of Alexandria and won a majority in northern Kafr el-Sheikh and Damietta provinces.
Followers of the Salafi strain of Islam advocate a stricter segregation of the sexes, the full veiling of women and a ban on alcohol.

Parliamentary candidate Abdel-Moneim El-Shahat last week raised hackles when he accused the late Egyptian writer Naguib Mahfouz, a Nobel prize winner, of "inciting promiscuity, prostitution and atheism."
"Since forming our party, it has been the party that worked most on the ground and brought up issues such as education and the economy," Al-Nur's head Emad al-Din Abdel Ghaffour told AFP yesterday.
He credited a strong grassroots campaign for his party's surprise showing despite a "campaign of defamation" and stressed that the party would not discriminate against women or the country's eight million Christians.

There were few bright spots for the liberal secular movement which played a large role in the 18-day uprising that led Mubarak to stand down and hand power to a council of military leaders charged with ushering in democracy.

Mohammed Hamed, a candidate with the liberal Free Egyptians party, warned that the Islamists would face resistance if they enforced a strict interpretation of Islamic law.
"All the people will turn into the opposition. Most Muslims are not extremist. If they do not feel the danger (of hardline Islamism) yet, they will if it is applied," he said.
There was also the first reported violence yesterday since polls opened on Monday, when the driver of a liberal candidate died in a gunfight with Al-Wasat supporters in the northern Manufia province, MENA news agency reported.

The election results in Egypt fit a pattern established in Tunisia and Morocco where Islamists have also gained in elections as they benefit from the new freedoms brought by the pro-democracy movements of the Arab Spring.
Israel, which shares a border and 1979 peace agreement with Egypt, expressed deep concern over the trend.

"We are worried," Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz told Israel public radio yesterday, adding that he hoped Egypt "won't become an extremist Islamist state because that would put the whole region in danger."
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stressed that the treaty remains in the interest of Egypt as well as of its neighbours.
"We hope that any government to be formed in Egypt will recognise the importance of keeping the peace treaty with Israel, as a value of its own and as a foundation to the financial and security stability of the region," he said yesterday.

The Brotherhood has been at pains to stress its commitment to multi-party democracy, inclusiveness and civil liberties, while also advocating the application of sharia law.
Voting on Monday and Tuesday was only the opening phase of an election for a new lower house of parliament that is taking place in three stages, but the returns reveal the main political trends now shaping Egypt.

The rest of the country will go the polls in a further two stages later this month and in January.
Voters were required to pass three votes: two for individual candidates and one for a party or coalition.
The figures above are for the party results.
Both the FJP and Al-Nur stand to gain further seats in run-off elections on Monday for the individual candidates. Only four out of 56 individual seats were won outright in the first round of voting.
The FJP said it had 45 candidates in the 52 run-offs on Monday, while Al-Nur said it had 26.

The Brotherhood and other political parties are now expected to face a fierce power struggle for control with the interim army regime over the appointment of a cabinet and the drafting of a new constitution.
The per centages were calculated by AFP on the basis of total number of valid votes cast.
The FJP won 3.56 million out of a total 9.73 million votes cast, or 36.6 per cent. Al-Nur party won 2.37 million, or 24.4 per cent, and the Wasat party 415,590 votes, or 4.3 per cent.
The main liberal coalition, the Egyptian Bloc, won 1.29 million votes or 13.4 per cent.

by: Fathin Afiqah binti Abdul Aziz

02 December 2011


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Kebangkitan Rakyat Syria 2011 yang bermula ekoran kebangkitan bantahan rakyat secara serentak di Timur Tengah. Bantahan bermula pada 26 Januari 2011, dan meningkat kepada tahap kebangkitan pada 15 Mac 2011, kini mencapai hari ke- 262. Rakyat- rakyat Syria mendesak Presiden Bashar al-Assad berundur,hak sama rata untuk orang Kurdi dan kebebasan politik meluas, seperti kebebasan akhbar, bersuara dan berhimpun. Punca kebangkitan disebabkan oleh pemerintahan secara diktator,korupsi kerajaan, pengangguran dan ketiadaan perlembagaan yang tersusun. Teruskan membaca:

Syria-- World pressure on the Syrian regime escalated Wednesday as Turkey announced tough economic sanctions and a leading U.N. body announced a Friday meeting on the human rights situation.
The Organization of Islamic Cooperation, a worldwide alliance of Muslim nations, met on Wednesday in Saudi Arabia to discuss the bloodshed in Syria, whose government has been widely condemned for its fierce crackdown against protesters.

"Collective punishment methods, besieging cities, bombing mosques, using excessive violence against peaceful demonstrators and killing tens of people every day pointing weapons to their own people with army units following armed gangs such as shabiha are the manifestations of the Syrian administration's lack of understanding of legitimacy," said Turkish Foreign Minister AhmetDavutoglu, who announced a series of sanctions against Syria.

Turkey plans to stop selling and providing weaponry to the Syrian army. It also will prevent the transfer of munitions from third countries to Syria via Turkey, Davutoglu said.
The government is halting transactions with Syria's Central Bank and freezing Syrian government financial possessions in Turkey. It is suspending a credit agreement to finance infrastructure projects in Syria and credit relations with the Syria government.

Turkey will impose a travel ban on some members of the Syrian leadership and freeze their possessions, as well. A similar ban will be imposed on some Syrian businessmen in a position to support the Bashar al-Assad regime.

Turkey has been one of Syria's largest trading partners and once had close ties to the Syrian regime. But the Turkish government has been vocal in condemning the al-Assad government's assault on protesters.

A U.S. official commended Turkey, saying the "leadership shown by Turkey in response to the brutality and violation of the fundamental rights of the Syrian people will isolate the Assad regime and send a strong message to Assad and his circle that their actions are unacceptable and will not be tolerated."

"The measures announced by the Turkish government today will undoubtedly increase the pressure on the Syrian regime, and we continue to call on other governments to join the chorus of condemnation and pressure against the Assad regime so that the peaceful and democratic aspirations of the Syrian people can be realized. President Obama has coordinated closely with Prime Minister (Recep Tayyip) Erdogan throughout the crisis in Syria and will continue to do so going forward," National Security Council spokesman Tommy Vietor said.

Earlier this month, the United Nations said well over 3,500 people have died during the unrest. Human rights groups have reported many deaths since then. Syria's government has consistently blamed armed gangs for the violence and said security forces are protecting the people.
At least 19 people were killed in Syria on Wednesday, according to the Local Coordination Committees of Syria, an activist group. Ten died in Idlibin the northwest, seven in Homs and two in Hama, both in the west. Two woman and two children were among those killed. Injuries also were reported in Homs and Idlib.

Source: CNN news
by: Zaiyan Masturah Mohd Yasin

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