Ahad, 10 Mei 2015



kah kah kah
kah kah kah
tukar tiub dah ramalkan
tukar tiub dah kata
ketawa sekarang
sebelum ketawa diharamkan
kah kah kah

Malaysia: Islamic leader warns comedians not to make people laugh

An Islamic mufti has warned Malaysian comedians against telling jokes that cause excessive laughter. According to the mufti, Islam urges emotional moderation and to refrain from excessive laughter, crying, or other emotional expressions.
Perak Mufti Tan Sri Harussani Zakaria claims excessive laughter is “haram” or forbidden according to Islamic law. A mufti is an Islamic scholar trained to interpret and expound Islamic law.
According to Zakaria, Muslims are allowed to laugh, but not in excess. In other words, a chuckle is okay, but a prolonged, out-loud laugh could be considered haram.
Zakaria's statements come after the Department of Islamic Development Malaysia (Jakim) issued guidelines stating that jokes told by comedians should be moderate and not cause excessive laughter. Zakaria supports Jakim and believes the guidelines are in line with Islamic law.
Zakaria also recently made waves for stating that there is no such thing as rape in marriage, and that wives must have sex with their husband.
Islamic law is largely based on the hadiths, which are the written narratives of Mohammad and his early follower's lives, and Sunnah, which refers to the life and example set by the Prophet Mohammad.
The ban against excessive laughter appears to come from a statement made by Mohammad stating: “Do not laugh too much, for excessive laughter kills the heart [spiritually].”
Islam also forbids slanderous statements and to speak “what is good, or remain silent.” Given that comedians often make people laugh at the expense of others, Muslim comedians could quickly find themselves in violation of Malaysia's Syariah (Sharia) laws.

All Muslim Malaysians are required to follow both national laws, and Islamic-based Shariah laws. Sharia laws do not apply to non-Muslims, who are allowed to laugh to their heart's content at comedy shows.
To be clear, Jakim has issued guidelines, not laws, and the implementation of Sharia law is left to Syariah courts, which are controlled by state governments and the royal family that heads each state.

Read more: http://www.digitaljournal.com/news/world/malaysia-islamic-leader-warns-comedians-not-to-make-people-laugh/article/432376#ixzz3ZhdWo5pM


4 ulasan:

Tanpa Nama berkata...

barua punya tukang juai agama. banyak lagi benda2 haram besaq dinosor buat xnampak, benda2 kecik macam ni nak terhegeh2. bangang, biol dan bahalol

Tanpa Nama berkata...

Zakaria opinion stated that out-loud laugh could be considered HARAM while stealing peoples money by UMNO leaders is totally HARUS which mean halal. No further argument about that, if you don't believe it you can ask brother TT.

Tanpa Nama berkata...

Jangan selalu salahkan Barua.

Sila teka Rajamanikam mana yang lantik dia.

**Saya sokong seks atas unta..kakaka

Tanpa Nama berkata...

Harussani ni berani sbb xder orang berdemo suruh dia letak jawatan.. aku rasa kalo ramai2 turun berdemo, cirit birit org tua ni nak cari makan..elok sangat jadi barua Sultan penipu yg baru ditabal..

Kopak habis duit rakyat nak bela sultan dan kerabat yg malas bekerja..hidup mewah hasil duit cukai dari rakyat.. bila la melayu nak sedar???