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Putrajaya setuju perkataan Allah diguna di Sabah, S'wak
Joe Fernandez
Jan 15, 10
3:23pm
Selepas beberapa bulan tercetusnya isu penggunaan perkataan Allah oleh bukan Islam, kerajaan BN nampaknya bersetuju kalimah Allah digunakan di Sabah dan Sarawak.

Penganut Kristian di dua negeri Malaysia Timur itu boleh terus menggunakan kalimah Allah bagi terjemahan 'God' dalam cetakan bahasa Malaysia, kerana mereka telah menggunakannya sejak 300 tahun yang lalu.

Kerajaan persekutuan bagaimanapun masih tidak bersetuju penganut Kristian di Semenanjung menggunakan perkataan Allah walaupun dalam cetakan bahasa Malaysia.

Dan rakyat Sabah dan Sarawak yang tinggal di Semenanjung mesti menghormati larangan tersebut.

Pengumuman itu datangnya dari Menteri di Jabatan Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Mohd Nazri Abdul Aziz (kiri) dalam satu wawancara ekslusif dengan lima wartawan dari Borneo Post, Utusan Borneo and Oriental Daily.

Katanya, penganut Kristian di Sabah dan Sarawak tidak perlu bimbang berhubung isu tersebut kerana ianya sudah menjadi tradisi mereka di sana.

Nazri berkata, beliau pernah menyaksikan upacara sembahyang di sebuah gereja kaum Iban dan mendengar perkataan Allah disebut di situ.

Ditanya mengapa perlunya dua peraturan mengenai penggunaan perkataan Allah, beliau berkata ia bukan satu amalan yang unik kerana Malaysia juga mempunyai dua undang-undang bagi perkara yang lain juga, contohnya, mahkamah syariah dan mahkamah sivil.

Menurut Nazri, situasi di Semenanjung berbeza kerana perkataan Allah hanya mula diperkenalkan dalam penerbitan dan upacara sembahyang penganut Kristian beberapa tahun yang lalu.

Katanya, umat Islam di Semenanjung Malaysia tidak dapat menerimanya kerana perkataan Allah tidak pernah digunakan untuk tujuan penyebaran, sehinggalah baru-baru ini.

Oleh itu, katanya, mereka mempersoalkan motif di sebalik penggantian perkataan Tuhan dengan perkataan Allah.

Menurut Nazri lagi, Perlembagaan Persekutuan juga menegaskan bahawa agama lain tidak boleh disebarkan di kalangan masyarakat Melayu-Islam dan ianya telah digubal di semua negeri di Malaysia yang mempunyai sultan.

Oleh itu, katanya, ia tidak termasuk Wilayah Persekutuan, Pulau Pinang, Melaka, Sarawak dan Sabah.

Katanya, di negeri-negeri tersebut, bagi melarang penggunaan Allah dilaksanakan, menteri dalam negeri boleh menggunakan Akta Cetak untuk menguatkuasakannya.


p/s Ini la Wayang Terbaik Dari UMNO :))
 
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tahniah UMNO dan para penyokongnya...


p/s : UMNO memang hikpokrit. nama-Mu diperjuangkan, hukum-Mu disepakterajangkan.
 

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hebat sekali umno bermain wayang :))
 

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ape kata sahabat2 kita dari umno :))
 

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erk..aku x paham.puak ni kejap bangkang,kejap sokong??
 

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apa UMNO ingat orang Islam takde ke kat Sabah & Sarawak? apa perasaan orang Islam kat sana?

mana pergi pejuang UMNO kat sana? yang kat sini pula apa lagi, jangan hikpokrit cakap hanya Semenanjung sahaja takleh guna...

memang jelas hikpokrit!


p/s : eh lupa, memang ada Melayu UMNO kat sana yang bukan Islam...patutlah diorang buat gitu...
 

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dari themalaysianinsider.com

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 15 – The government today said that it allows the use of the word “Allah” by East Malaysian Christians when referring to God in the Malay language.

The apparent concession is seen as a damage control move as Christians in the states of Sabah and Sarawak primarily conduct church services in the Malay language.

In an interview with a Kuching-based daily, The Borneo Post, Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri Aziz (picture) said the word has been used traditionally in the two states and that the local Muslims are used to the practice.

The daily is circulated widely in the two Christian-majority states.

“Christians in Sarawak and Sabah need not worry over this issue because it is a common tradition there. I have been to an Iban church service and I heard the word “Allah” used there,” he reportedly said.

The “Allah” row started in 2007 after the Home Ministry invoked a 1986 Cabinet directive banning non-Muslims from using certain Arabic words when it refused to renew the publication permit of the Catholic tabloid, Herald.

The Catholic church later challenged the government’s decision and on Dec 31 last year, the Kuala Lumpur High Court ruled that the Herald has the right to use the word “Allah” for its Malay edition.

Another legal battle over the word “Allah” is also expected, as a Sarawakian Christian, Jill Ireland Lawrence Bill had earlier this week challenged the seizure of religious compact discs containing the word “Allah”, which took place in 2008 at the Sepang airport’s low cost carrier terminal.

Nazri’s pledge, which was front-paged by The Borneo Post today, comes just about one year before Sarawak is scheduled to have its state election.

The current state assembly’s term expires in mid-2011.

“Muslims here in Semenanjung cannot accept it as ‘Allah’ was never used in Christian preaching until recently and they questioned the motive behind the substitution of ‘Tuhan’ for ‘Allah’,” said Nazri in justifying the ban in the Peninsula.

“It is clearly stated in our constitution that no other religions can be propagated to Malay Muslims and this article has been enacted in all the states in Malaysia where the Sultan is the Head of State … so this excludes Federal Territory, Penang, Malacca, Sarawak and Sabah,” he added.

The daily also quoted Nazri to have said that the series of attacks against the houses of worship has proven that the government was right in its decision to restrict the use of the word.

“Banning the use of ‘Allah’ by Christians was a pre-emptive move to stop outbreaks of religious violence in the nation,” he reportedly said.

Nazri also drew a parallel between the “Allah” dispute and the ‘cow head protest’ in Shah Alam last year, against the relocation of a temple in the Selangor capital.

“Take for example, there is no law in the country that states stepping on a severed cow head is wrong but when a group of Malays did that in their protests against the building of a Hindu temple we hauled them up and charged them because that act was disrespectful to the Hindus,” he reportedly said.
 

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kenapa jadi macam ni.....
 
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