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Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri 2012

Hari ini genaplah sebulan Ramadhan dan esok, 1 Syawal menandakan Hari Raya Aidilfitri khususnya di kalangan umat Islam di Malaysia dan rakyat Malaysia secara amnya.

Esok juga merupakan kali ke lima Jebat Must Die mengucapkan Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri kepada semua para pembaca tak kira bangsa, agama dan usia. Sekitar lima tahun menulis di dalam blog ini banyak manfaat dan kebaikan yang telah dipelajari dari para komentar. Banyak juga kritikan yang diterima tetapi itu semua menjadi asam garam dunia siber.

Semuanya dihadapi dengan hati yang tenang dan tidak pernah saya berkecil hati.

Di harap para pembaca semua mendapat rahmat dan nikmat dari Tuhan dan saya berdoa, perhubungan kita tidak akan terputus. Dengan perasaan rendah hati, saya meminta maaf, menyusun jari sepuluh, dari semua para pembaca jika terkasar bahasa di dalam semua interaksi yang berlaku.

Semoga Syawal yang menjelang membuka hati para pembaca untuk mengampuni salah silap saya. Dan saya mendoakan kesejahteraan para pembaca dan keluarga sepanjang Syawal semoga terus diberkati dan dilimpahkan kebahagiaan yang berpanjangan.

Terima kasih.

Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri, maaf zahir dan batin.

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8 Comments

  1. ray says:

    Khas untuk Saudara JMD

    Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri. Ingin saya mengambil kesempatan ini untuk juga memohon maaf zahir dan batin kepada semua, diatas segala kesilapan dan kata kata yang mungkin mengguris hati dan menyinggung perasaan.

    Selama 5 tahun, saya mendapat kesedaran politik yang mendalam, setelah membaca blog JMD. Semoga “jihad” anda berterusan dan diterima oleh Allah SWT sebagai satu ibadah. Amin.

  2. Abu says:

    Selamat Hari Raya, ma’af zahir dan batin.

    Ini relitinya di setiap hari raya: ada yang sedar kesalahan, ada yang tidak sedar. Ada yang sedar tapi tidak langsung terlintas meminta ma’af, keras kepala macam batu. Pendirian peribadi dan pendirian political parti.

    Di zaman peperangan Islam lebih 1,000 tahun dahulu, peperangan berlaku walau pun di bulan puasa dan di Hari Raya. Saya terbaca seorang menyenaraikan 14 peperangan yang berlaku di bulan puasa, termasuk peperangan yang mashor, the Battle of Badr. Saya tidak tahu peperangan yang mana satu melibatkan Hari Raya juga, tapi saya percaya mesti ada.

    Abdullah Yusuf Ali, ahli akedemik yang menterjemah, mentafsir dan membuat ulasan (commentary) ke atas Al Qur’an, berkata perang bagi mempertahankan diri ada lah di benarkan, walau pun di bulan puasa. Dia Pensyarah Sejarah (Greek History), tinggal di Europah banyak tahun, mengkaji berbagai terjemahan Al Qur’an yang di buat di dalam berbagai bahasa Europah dan bahasa Timur, membuat kajian bandingan (comparative studies) berkaitan agama beberapa tahun di London. Penulisannya di bukukan di dalam “The Meaning of The Holy Qur’an” yang mula di terbitkan di tahun 1934 oleh berbagai pihak. Penerbitan Al Qur’an oleh Kerajaan Arab Saudi (pemegang amanah peninggalan Islam – custodian of Islamic heritage), yang di beri percuma oleh Kedutaannya kapada sesiapa yang minat mengtahui agama Islam, di percayai juga menggunakan terjemahan, tafsiran dan komentari Abdullah Yusuf Ali.

    Begitu terkenal ahli akademik Muslim itu, maka Muslimin boleh terima kata katanya yang bermakna “offence in self defence is allowed”, walau pun di bulan puasa dan di hari raya. Mungkin di blog JMD ramai peserta yang segan, tapi saya tidak bermasalah dengan kutukan dan kecaman terhadap musuh di bulan puasa dan di hari raya, di sini dan di lain lain blog. Nyata ada di beberapa blog bahawa musuh mengambil kesempatan mengutuk dan mengkecam kita di bulan puasa dan di hari raya. Tiada ma’af bagi mereka.

  3. Taru says:

    Not sure whether the series of May 13th 1969 posts, published as comments here, would carry comments to them or might no be published if they go into the original blog posts, so my comment in there is repeated as a comment to this post, which is clearly in JMD’s blog:

    Comment to the West Malaysian-sounding blog –

    1. It says, “What really happen on 13th May 1963?” Even if 1963 a mistype, ain’t it so careless and irresponsible on the part of the writer, talking about 13th May 1969, yet doing that? How to believe what he says about BN “would try to “re enact” the Bloody 13th May Tragedy”, etc? Wild West cowboy, shooting randomly, from the hip, no proper aim, no consideration of the situation on the ground.

    2. A journalist’s report regarded as “the first credible account of the May 13, 1969 racial riots in Malaysia using documents recently declassified at the Public Records Office, London”? Pathetic.

    3. And quoting wikipedia? My goodness. No wonder not much read. Wikipedia stuffs can be written by anybody, edited and re-edited by anybody, so how to believe what’s said there?

    4. All in there sounding seditious.

    • Taru says:

      Here is a further comment by me in the pengayau.wordpress.com blog that had its blog linked via a comment into here but my following comment appears not appearing in JMD’s current Recent Comments listing:

      “It must be pointed that the White Paper entitled “13 May 1969: A Tragedy”, produced by National Operations Council, October 1969 (can be Googled to read the details) contained excerpts of Police reports made by Police Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers and ordinary Policemen who witnessed the convoys of cars, vans and lorries carrying DAP members etc shouting rude, provocative and obscene words, some even unzipping their trousers when passing by Police Stations and Police living quarters on Jalan Pudu, Jalan Travers and Brickfields. Earlier they have done the same in the Malay area of Kampong Bahru, KL.

      It’s unreasonable to question the National Operations Council which did the job of quelling the riots and took the trouble to issue a White Paper to explain to the public what had happened and doing so at a reasonable time when order on the streets has been restored. The NOC also used very formal language in the White Paper, nothing inflammatory, to ensure that only the facts were put out so that the public understand fully and not be provoked into further rioting.

      It must also be pointed out that the issuance of what is called a “White Paper” is practised by many responsible governments in the world when major incidents happen in their respective countries. They are more than the ordinary press releases or communiques, too long and too serious to be explained in the ordinary “press conferences”. They are meant to drive home the point that what is being explained in such a White Paper is a serious matter, cannot be taken lightly and said with all the responsibility attached to any sitting government.

      The White Paper produced by the NOC has been the reference material by all parties the world over who were interested in knowing about the race riots of 1969. They were written by the powers that be, who had all the relevant facts at the time, and nobody questioned them for decades. They therefore has been trusted and accepted as facts all those while.

      I’m not sure whether I should continue to comment in this http://pengayau.wordpress.com blog as the 2 other comments I’ve seen so far make me wonder if it’d be worthwhile to engage in a dialogue here.”

  4. Rakesh Kumar says:

    Selamat Hari Raya to JMD, your family, and all the comentators here. Drive back safely please, choose the right timing to avoid rushing and getting stuck in traffic. JMD, balik Johorke?

  5. Peserta says:

    Terlambat, tapi nak ucapkan Selamat Hari Raya juga.

    Bagus, “Semuanya dihadapi dengan hati yang tenang dan tidak pernah saya berkecil hati.”

    Maanusia sentiada berbeza. Di harap yang lain pun begitu juga.

  6. Isa says:

    I support the idea that the 13 May 1969 race riots be brought to the attention of the Malaysian public from time to time. Tan Sri Muhyiddin recently reminded the public not to say or do things that might lead to another race riots. But Lim Kit Siang accused him of “politics of fear”.

    Actually, it’s Lim Kit Siang and DAP that have fear. They always feel fear whenever 13 May is mentioned. Because they feel guilty complex. Because they caused the race riots. Their candidates resorted to racist and inflammatory speeches during the 1969 election campaign. Their members and supporters were the ones that sparked the riots by their rude, provocative and obscene words and behaviour while on the convoy of cars, vans, lorries etc parading through sensitive Malay areas like Kg Bahru, KL.

    Eye witnesses have written to say they saw LKS on a convoy lorry the day before the riots but claimed that he was not in KL the day the riots broke out. He was Secretary General and the boss of DAP then and he must take responsibility for the race riots.

    They even opposed History being made a compulsory subject in schools. Fearing that future generations will know of their role. Good that TS Muyhiddin has made History compulsory in schools beginning 2013. Future generations must be reminded of the tragedy so that they’ll avoid its recurrence.

  7. omar says:

    selamat hari raya JMD. maaf zahir batin. please continue to give your views and commets.

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