Nurul Izzah Aidilfitri

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Rabu, 5 Mei 2010




masjid adalah tempat berkumpul
untuk membincangkan masaalah
yang dihadapi oleh kariah.
atau tempat bertukar pandangan
dan pendapat untuk katriah.
masjid tempat memdapat maklumat.

di isreal semua ini telah di haramkan

di malaysia di haramkan juga.

satu isreal - satu malaysia

maka yang di dengar dari masjid
hanyalah cerita dongeng dan lawak kah kah kah

sila baca dibawah ini
bagimana masjid di kawal oleh
special branch isreal. ini semua
rancangan apco dalam projek
satu isreal


Job interviews for the position of imam at mosques in Israel are conducted not by senior clerics but by the Shin Bet, Israel’s secret police, a labour tribunal has revealed.

Sheikh Ahmed Abu Ajwa, 36, is fighting the Shin Bet’s refusal to approve his appointment as an imam in a case that has lifted the lid on Israel’s secret surveillance of the country’s Islamic leaders.

At a hearing last month, a senior government official admitted that 60 undercover inspectors were employed effectively as spies to collect information on Muslim clerics, reporting on political opinions they expressed in sermons and relaying gossip about their private lives.

Sheikh Abu Ajwa took his case to the tribunal after the Shin Bet rejected him three years ago as the imam of a mosque in Jaffa, next to Tel Aviv, despite his being the sole candidate. He was told after a security clearance interview that his views were “extremist” and too critical of Israel, even though an imam is not officially defined as a security-related position.

“During one interview with the Shin Bet, they told me they had been collecting information on me since I was 15,” Sheikh Abu Ajwa said.
“I am the first imam ever to challenge the Shin Bet’s role in our appointments. It’s important to win a precedent-setting ruling from the courts to stop this kind of interference.”

Michael Sfard, a human rights lawyer representing Sheikh Abu Ajwa, said that, as far as it could be determined, no similar vetting of rabbis took place before their hiring.

“This sort of surveillance relating to a non-security position like an imam comes straight out of the era of the Stasi police in East Germany or the McCarthy period in the United States,” he said.

The traditional independence of the local Islamic authorities was removed at Israel’s creation in 1948, when the government confiscated almost all waqf property -- endowments of land and property used for the benefit of the Palestinian Muslim community -- removing the main source of income for clerics, the Islamic courts and charitable services.

According to experts, as much as a fifth of Palestine’s cultivated land was waqf property before 1948. Israel passed most of it to Zionist organisations like the Jewish National Fund or sold it to developers.

Responsibility for hundreds of mosques, cemeteries and other holy sites, meanwhile, was handed either to the religious affairs ministry or to Islamic boards of trustees appointed by the government.

Today, most imams and all Islamic judges must submit to a security clearance interview before being awarded a state salary.

Israel’s Arab minority, one fifth of the population, have long charged that many of its Muslim leaders are little more than government placemen, whose Islamic learning takes second place to their co-operation with the authorities.

Sabri Jiryis, a historian of Israel’s early years, has noted that the boards of trustees repeatedly rubber-stamped government decisions to sell off Islamic property to developers. Most notoriously Jaffa’s board approved in 1971 selling an Islamic cemetery in Tel Aviv on which the Hilton hotel was built.

Sheikh Abu Ajwa said: “In Jaffa, the government appointed many clerics because they had proved their loyalty, though not to other Muslims. They sold off our property -- but you can’t sell what belongs to Allah.”

Jaffa, which was once the commercial capital of Palestine, today has a population of nearly 50,000 residents, of which two thirds are Jewish and the rest Muslim.

The sheikh has been preaching at the seafront Jabalya mosque, one of six in the town, since he was 19, making him reportedly the youngest person to serve as an imam in Israel’s history. He qualified as an imam at an Islamic college in the Israeli Arab city of Umm al Fahm in 1998.

The local community universally backed him as the new imam when his predecessor retired three years ago, but he cannot be officially recognised, and is ineligible for a salary, without the interior ministry’s approval.

As part of his application, he was interviewed by a Shin Bet officer named “Dror” who, he said, waved at him a folder of confidential information collected by undercover inspectors. “We will decide who is the next imam,” Dror told him, according to Sheikh Abu Ajwa. The sheikh was asked mainly about his political opinions and demonstrations he had attended.

The Shin Bet’s assessment, revealed to the tribunal, was that Sheikh Abu Ajwa’s appointment “may jeopardise security and peace in Jaffa”. In addition, the agency told the Haaretz newspaper that the sheikh “has had a long involvement in hostile activity, which manifested itself in incitement against the state and its Jewish citizens”.

Sheikh Abu Ajwa said this was a reference to his position as the leader in Jaffa of the popular northern wing of the Islamic Movement. Its leader, Sheikh Raed Salah, has raised the hackles of Jewish officials both by running a campaign warning of Israel’s intentions to take over the Al Aqsa mosque compound in Jerusalem and by promoting a boycott of parliamentary elections.

The head of the Shin Bet, Yuval Diskin, warned in 2007 that his agency’s role was to prevent any activities, including democratic ones, that worked against the interests of a Jewish state.

Yaakov Salameh, the head of the religious minorities department at the interior ministry, told the tribunal last month that his inspectors collected information on Muslim religious leaders, including rumours about their private lives, such as whether they had had an affair or beat their children. The information was then handed to the Shin Bet, which assessed whether they were suitable to be appointed.

Mr Sfard said it was an “extraordinary” admission, given that under Israeli law the criminal records of candidates for religious appointments could only be considered if the applicant agreed to the information being handed over.

David Baker, a spokesman for the prime minister’s office, which is responsible for the Shin Bet, refused to comment on whether the appointment of rabbis followed the same procedures as those for imams.

Sheikh Abu Ajwa observed that many rabbis, particularly those in the settlements, said “very extreme things but no one spies on them. In fact, they have full government support.”

He admitted he was outspoken in his sermons, but said he had never broken any laws and never advocated violence. “I talk about our Palestinian identity and criticise the policies of the state in its treatment of us as a minority,” he said. “These are very sensitive things that they want to prevent us from talking about.”

During one Shin Bet interview, he said, he had been told: “We know everything about you, we are always watching you.”

The goal of such interviews was often to recruit Muslim clerics to become informers themselves, he added.

Jonathan Cook is a writer and journalist based in Nazareth, Israel. His latest books are “Israel and the Clash of Civilisations: Iraq, Iran and the Plan to Remake the Middle East” (Pluto Press) and “Disappearing Palestine: Israel's Experiments in Human Despair” (Zed Books). His website is

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C++ berkata...

Bhai TukarTiub...

Makaih... serupa.. sejibik... sebuntat... sah sama 1Malaysia ngan OneIsrael... hehehe...

Tanpa Nama berkata...

depa haramkan politik dalam masjid sebab depa tak pi masjid.............

Tanpa Nama berkata...

hasan anak pak ali bersetuju dgn sultan selangor!!!!!
tgna kate boleh
hasan anak pak ali kata tak boleh????
ug vs non ug
hasan anak pak ali gidam jd MB keeee?????

Tanpa Nama berkata...

PAS FOR ALL...sound sama jerk dgn isreal..

tu laa sekodeng lagi dgn sesumpah..sesumpah tu bukan saja "bermuka-muka" kat msia saja kaut untung kat orang yahudi pun sama. PAS pis PUS..dulu PAS cukup dihormati dan disanjung tinggi sebagai penganti kepada UMNO..sejak kena pukau dek c juburi ni ...haram halal, maki hamun fitnah menfitnah cukup tebal...kesian pada arwah arwah yang berjuang dalam PAS dahulu sedih lihat tunggang terbalik dah parti mereka ni.

merbok berkata...

semoga rajagopal cepat-cepat padam...amin

TOKEY berkata...

salam sahabat,

aku rasa cerita pasai TODI, MAGNUM,tak sesuai kot nak story masa khutbah or kuliah suboh etc.

lepas nie dorg mesti pakat2x bikin kuthbah mcm mana nak bersihkan longkang, mcm mana nak kawal nyamuk, mcm mana nak buat todi dan benda2x bodo yg membuatkan org makin nyenak tido.

lepas nie pulak mesti confirm pengajian ugama islam kat primary school di mansuhkan, pasai cakap lebih sikit mesti jadi cerita politik punya.

bodo punya UMNGOK.
ingatkan makin lama makin ok rupanya makin bongok....

melayu cina india semua cakap berkata...

Sekarang ni israel melayu pun dah banyak kat malaysia kah..kah..kah...

awas, cakap siang pandang-pandang, cakap malam dengar-dengar, israel melayu dok merayau disekeliling anda.

cepat-cepat kita tanam pokok bunga tahi ayam, sebab pokok bunga tahi ayam akan bagitau dimana israel melayu bersembunyi, kah..kah..kah....

Arr berkata...

Kita mungkin hanya berkata itu dan ini di sini tetapi apakah yang telah kita buat bagi menghalang gerombolan dari terus mengoyakrabak dan menghancurkecaikan akidah Muslim di negara ini dalam kehidupan kita seharian?
Nak buat komen memang sedap, bang. Nak ambil tindakan kecuuuuuuuuut...

Lang berkata...

agaknya kalau ramai yang lolap masa khutbah tu dikira ok kot?... susah bebeno gamaknye ye...

Tanpa Nama berkata...

"Masjid tak boleh jadi tempat berpolitik!", KATA ORANG POLITIK YANG SEDANG SIBUK BERPOLITIK ITU.


Tanpa Nama berkata...

alkisah empayar melaka dulu gagah perkasa...
namun gelora khianat berpaksi haloba mencetuskan rencana maha dasyhat...

maka sang benggali puteh yg halobakan rempah dan kuasa mencari sang pencacai di melaka untuk menzahirkan rencana haloba...

di tanah Lisboa digebangkan perang atas nama agama kononya menerus gempita salibiah...maka dapatlah benggali puteh akan sang pencacai pelaksana rencana....

habis segala isi dalam negeri telah diketahui benggali puteh hinggakan lubang mencirit sultan pun diketahui lebar kuncup kumutnya...angkara sang pencacai...

gelora khianat kian merajai jiwa..dahaga kuasa rakus merencana sebuah kehancuran...

saat yang dinanti menjelma tiba...setelah berbulan mencuba merobek kubu pertahankan, akhirnya melaka kecundang kerana adanya sang pencacai didalam kota...

al-terkejut babunlah segala orang2 istana bagaikan tidak terduga bencana tewas menimpa negara...berundurlah penuh kepiluan...

segala isi kota diBENGGALI putehkan..yang engkar-samada mati atau berambus angkat kaki keluar dari negara....

maka hikayat ini sedang berulang di zaman ini...apakah kesedaran umat negara dapat membakar sang pencacai haloba? apakah kuasa sekalian umat marhaen bakal meruntuhkan haloba sang bik gedempol wal-katek al-melang???

Lawan Tetap Lawan..f.t.g (fight the gerombolan)

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aku cadangkan waktu khutbah dan ceramah kat masjid perlulah menceritakan perihal membuat kueh karas dan kueh lepat lait sahaja... isi kandungannya macam chef wan la abru real...

jangan lagi cerita pasal agama, dosa pahala, dunia akhirat...

baru cool bagi khutbah cara nak tanam salad atas bumbung mcm sanusi junid suruh dulu tu.. akai macam pukimak jer..tak sekor pun tanam sayur hidroponik atas bumbung melainkan cukong2 yang kebas tanah bukit kat kameron hailen jer... orang melayu punyelah bodo, hanya gi melancong jer dia tau... woit, cukong2 tanam sayur mana ada pakai tanah ada geran... kat padang balang, sentul sana, cukong cina dah berpuluh tahun tanam sayur tak payah geran pun...tanah buat kuil pun banyak kat puchong, takder geran.. gamaknya tanah wakaf ker pa..kl weh, tanah mahal...khabarnya sekolah agama saidina ali kene bayar pampasan sbb cukong tu tok leh tanam sayur, depa nak amik balik tanah buat sekolah...bodo piang punyer melayu!!! apa la nak jadi ngan melayu..asyik kene tipu jer.. tu pun jangan, mengaku belajar universiti...tapi otak guna kepala lutut...