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  • ross1948 07:26 on August 26, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    In Jakarta, Persecuted Ahmadis Seek Justice! 


    Good to see that, despite President Jokowi’s inaction on repealing the vindictive and discriminatory Tri-Ministerial Decree, which was issued during his predecessor’s term of office…

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    …that mean-spirited diktat’s victims, the peaceful and inoffensive Ahmadiyah minority creed, are not giving up.

    They’re taking their fight for religious liberty to the Constitutional Court!

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    Constitutional Court, Jakarta

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    And they’ve included in their legal submission this rather fine paragraph.

    “If the government assumes a certain denomination can comment, even determine the fate of other denominations in the same religion, does this mean the government can also ensure which domination is received by God Almighty…

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    …and gets a special door into His heaven?   

    https://news.detik.com/berita/d-3613134/cari-keadilan-ke-mk-komunitas-ahmadiyah-sodorkan-15-kasus:

    That’s tellin’ ’em!

    It’s always been a matter of puzzlement to me how come the so-called Islamic ‘scholars’ here, the state-funded MUI…

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    • ….are so lacking in confidence in their version of religious dogma that they cower from debate  with Ahmadis…

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    ….and instead go whining to the state to shut dissent down.

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    The Ahmadi plaintiffs have submitted a list of specific maltreatment occasions to bolster their case…Gambar terkait

    …and although readers overseas may be totally unfamiliar with the places mentioned, it seems a good idea to append that list, so you can see how these decent people’s religious liberty has been affronted.

     

     1. Sealing Al Furqon Mosque, Kersamaju, conducted by Satpol PP on March 31, 2015.

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    The Satpol PP are the civic militia, controlled by local governments throughout Indonesia

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    2. Sealing Al Hidayah Mosque, Depok conducted by a group of people on March 19, 2011. It was repeated in February 2017 conducted by the Head of Satpol PP Pemkot Depok.

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    3. The burning and sealing of Masjid Al Furqon, Parakansalak, Sukabumi by the masses on April 28, 2008. After that Satpol PP Sukabumi sealed the mosque on July 26, 2016.

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    4. Damage to Al Kautsar Mosque, Kendal, Central Java in May 2016.

    5. Prohibition of the use of the mosque An Nashr, Pekanbaru on October 12, 2010. The ban was in line with the letter of Mayor of Pekanbaru to Ahmadiyah congregation to stop their activities.

    6. Damage to Cipeuyeum Mosque on March 13, 2011.

    7. Termination of mosque construction in Kunto Darussalam pasda April 2017.

    8. Scattering Al Misbah Mosque, New Jatibening, Bekasi on 14 November 2011.

    9. The burning of the Cisalada Mosque on October 1, 2010 by a group of people.

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    Ahmadi Koran, burned in a major sectarian arson attack in Cisalada

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    10. Sealing Baitul Rahim Mosque, Singaparna on 12 April 2012 night.

    11. Rejection of the issuance of e-ID card 1,400 people of Manislor Village, Kuningan in 2012.

    12. Rejection of the registration of marriage certificate at Tanjungpinang Religious Court on April 16, 2015.

    13. The destruction of Masjid Mahmud, Singaparna on April 15, 2010 noon

    14. Damage to mosques and houses of Ahmadiyah members in Ciaruteun, Bogor on March 11, 2011. A total of 7 families of Ahmadiyah refugees.

    15. Case of expulsion and destruction of houses of members of Ahmadiyah Lombok, NTB.

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    Anti-Ahmadi sectarian arson in Lombok

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    If you want more info on some of these cases, you can use our Search box, entering Lombok, Cisalada, or just Ahmadiyah and see the extent of the evil perpetrated against them.

    I wish them the best of luck in their fight against oppression!

    1. Penyegelan Masjid Al Furqon, Kersamaju, yang dilakukan oleh Satpol PP pada 31 Maret 2015.

    2. Penyegelan Masjid Al Hidayah, Depok yang dilakukan oleh sekelompok orang pada 19 Maret 2011. Hal itu berulang pada Februari 2017 yang dilakukan oleh Kepala Satpol PP Pemkot Depok.

    3. Pembakaran dan penyegelaan Masjid Al Furqon, Parakansalak, Sukabumi oleh massa pada 28 April 2008. Setelah itu Satpol PP Sukabumi menyegel masjid itu pada 26 Juli 2016.

    4. Perusakan Masjid Al Kautsar, Kendal, Jawa Tengah pada Mei 2016.

    5. Pelarangan penggunaan masjid An Nashr, Pekanbaru pada 12 Oktober 2010. Larangan itu seiring surat Wali Kota Pekanbaru ke jemaah Ahmadiyah untuk menghentikan kegiatan mereka.

    6. Perusakan Masjid Cipeuyeum pada 13 Maret 2011.

    7. Penghentian pembangunan masjid di Kunto Darussalam pasda April 2017.

    8. Penggembokan Masjid Al Misbah, Jatibening Baru, Bekasi pada 14 November 2011.

    9. Pembakaran Masjid Cisalada pada 1 Oktober 2010 oleh sekelompok orang.

    10. Penyegelan masjid Baitul Rahim, Singaparna pada 12 April 2012 malam.

    11. Penolakan penerbitan e-KTP 1.400 orang Desa Manislor, Kuningan pada 2012.

    12. Penolakan pencatatan akta nikah di Pengadilan Agama Tanjungpinang pada 16 April 2015.

    13. Perusakan Masjid Mahmud, Singaparna pada 15 April 2010 siang

    14. Perusakan Masjid dan rumah anggota Ahmadiyah di Ciaruteun, Bogor pada 11 Maret 2011. Sebanyak 7 KK warga Ahmadiyah mengungsi.

    15. Kasus pengusiran dan perusakan rumah anggota Ahmadiyah Lombok, NTB.

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    • JazPen 20:01 on August 26, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I knew you hadnt forgotten the Ahmadis but you use to write about them all the time.
      Its good to see you have still got their back.

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  • ross1948 09:12 on July 19, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Tolikara, Papua / Cisalada, West Java – Burning Houses of Worship is BAD! 


    I’m still contemplating the 33 scholars who are members of the presidium of the Alliance of Indonesian Ulema (AAUI) and their wordy and worrying ‘statement’ on the mosque-burning in Tolikara, Papua – a mosque-burning, which the Government of Indonesia now says was not a sectarian assault at all but an accidental side-effect of street mayhem.   http://thejakartaglobe.beritasatu.com/news/officials-react-papua-mosque-burning-labeled-accident/

    The more you read it ( here, on the Republika.com link…

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     .  http://www.republika.co.id/berita/nasional/hukum/15/07/18/nrn8xi-ini-8-sikap-aliansi-alim-ulama-indonesia-soal-pembakaran-masjid )

    …the more it sounds like an ultimatum…

    But whilst thus contemplating, my memory conjured up an image of the vile savages in West Java nearly five years ago, who, consumed by sectarian hatred, attacked their neighbours and burned their mosque. .https://rossrightangle.wordpress.com/2012/07/14/west-java-islamists-again-attack-ahmadis-blame-foreign-journos/

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     Ahmadi mosque, burned by savages at Cisalada, West Java

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    I still have the pictures on file, and there they are, the mosque ablaze (along with many innocent people’s homes) …

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    Ahmadiyah burned Koran in Cisalada Ahmadi Koran, destroyed by savages at  Cisalada, West Java

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    ….and even a Koran burned too, which, if that small example of arson had been carried out by an obscure American pastor, would no doubt have been used as an excuse by various packs of savages to go on the rampage in dozens of cities in dozens of lands, lives and property destroyed vengefully, just to show how righteous the savages could be.

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    But then it was five years ago, so maybe I’ve forgotten.

    MUI-Indonesia

    However, I am absolutely CERTAIN that those state-funded fanatic ‘scholars’ at the MUI did not erupt back then with any outburst like the one we heard this weekend –

    Those Who Burned The Tolikara Mosque Don’t Deserve To Live in Indonesia

    . MUI’s Anwar Abbas

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    I have never heard anything like that from the MUI when foul fanatics have interpreted their intolerant fatwa against the Ahmadis as a green light to commit cruelties on the innocents.

    Of course arson is a crime, and the guilty must be brought to book. But burning a Sunni mosque in Papua is not one whit different from burning an Ahmadi mosque in West Java – in the eyes of sane people.

    Mind you…

    Wouldn’t it be interesting if MUI’s Anwar Abbas’ suggested response – expulsion – was taken up and acted on by the MUI’s source of subsidy, the Government of Indonesia –  but in an even-handed way.

    There’d be a round-up of not only Papuans but also, better late than never, of those swinish savages in Cisalada, and those who incited them, to be sent packing, to some dump like Pakistan or Saudi, where their rabid intolerance would fit right in!

     

    ahmadiyah3 Cikeusik pogrom, 2011

    And if arsonists are unfit to live in Indonesia, what about murderers? Will Abbas and the other ‘scholars’ demand the deportation of that murderous mob who beat the three Ahmadi martyrs to death in Cikeusik?

     
  • ross1948 10:09 on June 15, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    “Our Prayers Disturbed His!” Pluralism in Jokowi’s Jakarta? 


    We used to publish lots of reports on the vindictive sectarian persecution of the Ahmadiyah minority here in Indonesia.

    Recently, we have had fewer cases to report, not, alas, because there is less oppression but because the harassment, violence and general intimidation by thugs has more or less succeeded in preventing the Ahmadis from openly exercising their right to worship freely.

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    • I had hoped that after President Jokowi won his election last year, that brazenly discriminatory Tri-Ministerial Diktat would have been quashed and that police would have been ordered to ensure that all citizens were guaranteed their constitutional liberties.

    But clearly not – this past weekend the Jakarta Post covered a shameful incident that occurred in Jakarta’s Tebet district, a senior cop allegedly on the scene while a gang of hoodlums threatened worshippers and vandalised a mosque.

    Aaah, but actually, it’s not a mosque, says Tebet Police chief Comr. I Ketut Sudarma, who claims he was at the location from the very beginning when the incident took place. http://wwv.thejakartapost.com/news/2015/06/13/ahmadiyah-blocked-friday-prayers.html

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    • Sudarma’s assertion seems to be refuted by the JP report, which describes the place unambiguously as the  An Nur Mosque in Bukit Duri Tanjakan, Tebet, South Jakarta – so it would have been useful if the JP reporter had clarified this point.

    It would also have helped if  this top cop had been confronted over what he did when Islamist hoodlums  kicked down the gates, assaulted a would-be worshipper and threatened that they would not hesitate to use violence if the Ahmadis remained defiant.

    Rule of law? Not in Tebet, it appears, even if the Police Chief is present – all Sudarma did, we read, was try to mediate between the two parties. 

    Mediate? Again, the JP tells us that the violent vigilantes included IslamoNazis from the FPI, whose record of cowardly thuggery is known to all.

    Mediation between gangsters and their victims?

    There’s a sad photo of the scene, a solitary Ahmadi kneeling at prayer on the street, while a knot of men looks on, one lout so proud of his righteous role that he’s put on a scarf to hide his face. Gutless swine!

    And I’m glad I didn’t post this yesterday, as intended, because there’s updating to be done. This time from the Jakarta Globe. 

    … the FPI members threatened to return on Sunday.http://thejakartaglobe.beritasatu.com/news/jakarta/jokowi-touts-tolerance-ahmadis-come-threat/  They were duly back as promised, and harangued the Ahmadis. The police, who said they would post officers outside the house, were nowhere to be seen.

    Is this the sort of thing over which Jokowi – who in the same JG report is quoted  as saying,  just last Friday, that  “Ours is an Islam that is polite, full of courtesy and tolerance,”- is pleased to preside?

    Still, it could be worse. Elsewhere in recent years…

    Lombok’s Ahmadis were driven from their village by a rabid rabble, police present but inert.  

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    ahmadis transito sectarian savages amok in Lombok

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    Those victims remain refugees in their own country. 

    In Squalid Internal Exile, Lombok Ahmadis Denied Voting Rights 

    transito_camp_mataram Lombok’s Ahmadi refugees

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    In Depok, West Java, one Ahmadi mosque was stolen by the local regime, Communist-style..’  https://rossrightangle.wordpress.com/2011/05/25/depok-jadi-kota-pki-islamist-council-grabs-private-property-communist-style/

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    Ahmadiyah burned Koran in Cisalada Cisalada, West Java – the bigots burned not only the mosque, but the Ahmadis’ Koran as well

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    Another, in Cisalada, was burned to the ground. . https://rossrightangle.wordpress.com/2012/07/14/west-java-islamists-again-attack-ahmadis-blame-foreign-journos/

    And in Banten Province, of course, on February 6th, 2011, three Ahmadis were brutally martyred by an Islamist mob –

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    Ahmadiyah-Dianiaya-di-Cikeusik

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    – again, while police looked on.

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    The JP quotes a Tebet victim on the justification of Friday’s outrage offered by one evil bigot – the Ahmadis’ prayers disturbed his praying activities..

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    The question arises – to whom do their persecutors pray?

     

     

     
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