Sunday, July 26, 2009

dibunuh hanya kerana bertudung!!!!


Kisah menyanyat hati ini berlaku pada 1 Julai 2009. Kisahnya begini, seorang muslimat Mesir di Jerman, Marwa Al-Sherbini, yang pada Ogos 2008 telah memfailkan saman kepada jirannya yang menggelarnya sebagai 'Terrorist', kerana beliau berhijab. Diulang, beliau digelar 'Pengganas', kerana beliau B.E.R.T.UD.U.N.G. !!

Maka setelah mendengar hujah kedua-dua pihak pada Rabu minggu lepas, mahkamah mendapati lelaki, yakni jiran kepada Marwa tadi bersalah, dan dikehendaki membayar denda 2800 Euro.

Anda tau apa berlaku sesudah itu?

Lelaki ini telah menerkam ke arah Marwa, dan menikam mangsa 18 kali!! Ya, anda tak salah baca, memang 18 kali, dan yang paling teruk, Marwa ditikam sehingga mati, sambil beliau memeluk anaknya. Dan Marwa ketika itu mengandung 4bulan...tragis bukan?

However last Wednesday, Alex stabbed her 18 times to death in a German courtroom after the judges announced she won the case against him, and that he had to pay 2,800 Euros as a fine for his previous insults. Lagi di sini. <>

Belum cukup tragis, ada lagi. Suami Marwar yang melihat isterinya ditikam terus menerkam ke arah lelaki tadi, dan...

...akhirnya suaminya juga ditikam 3 kali. Nah. Tidak cukup dengan itu, pengawal keselamatan yang 'melihat' kejadian tadi telah bertindak menembak suami Marwar. Nah... ini baru betul2 tragis.

Sekarang anda fikir, bagaimana logik seorang perempuan ditikam 18kali di dalam mahkamah, tanpa ada seorang pun yang bertindak menyelamatkan wanita ini, melainkan suaminya, yang akhirnya berkesudahan ditembak.

Logik atau tidak anda mengambil masa hanya 1 saat untuk menikam 18 kali? Cuba anda tikam angin 18 kali, berapa lama masa yang anda ambil, tikam secepat mungkin. Malah 1 saat untuk 1 tikaman pun sukar dicapai. Maka tidakkah anda terfikir kenapa reaksi manusia di situ terlalu lembab? Bengong bukan.

Seorang pemerhati telah berkata tentang suami Marwa, "Dia bukan seorang yang berambut perang, jadi dia tentu penyerangnya." Ya, ini logik pada pandangan mereka. Tapi sesekali tidak bagi kita.

Itu isu pertama, isu kedua adalah mengapa seakannya media barat cuba menutup isu ini. Langsung tidak dihebohkan. Adakah kerana darah orang Islam tidak sama dengan darah mereka? Ermm.. logik bukan. Hanya orang yang gila sahaja percaya ini.

Mungkin ada antara yang membaca entri ini berfikir bahawa ini hanya isu kecil, mengapa perlu dihebohkan. Ada bukan? Ini bukan soal peka semata-mata, cuba anda fikir, kalau Marwa boleh ditikam 18 kali dalam mahkamah, 'tanpa disedari' maka adakah mungkin mereka2 ini menyedari pembunuhan demi pembunuhan yang berlaku nun di Gaza, di Tebing Barat, di Darfur, dan yang terbaru di China. Atau ada antara anda yang masih tidak tahu saudara kita dibunuh di China . Ya, logik la sikit kalau anda tidak tahu, sebab semua pembunuhan tadi berlaku di luar mahkamah.

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Komen Blog Ibnu Hasyim: Sila panjangkan cerita ini supaya kebenaran itu terserlah. Ingat Rasulullah SAW pernah pertahankan aurat wanita rakyatnya hingga keperingkat negara, begitu juga zaman pemerintahan selepasnya. Contohnya zaman pemerintahan Al-Muktasim, Khalifah sanggup menghantar angkatan tentera hanya kerana aurat seorang Muslimah, begitu juga dalam sejarah Islam masuk ke India juga ada kena mengena dengan aurat seorang Muslimah. Soal maruah dan penghinaan agama bukan soal kecil! Mati syahid dalam mempertahankan maruah agama yang diinjak-injak atau dipijak-dipijak. (2MA)

lagi berita tntg beliau...

Marwa al-Sherbini was stabbed eighteen times in the space of thirty seconds. It was a frenzied attack, clearly motivated by racism and Islamophobia. Yet the German state and media, have been in a state of denial. The press reported it as a neighbourhood dispute, with headlines such as ‘Murder over quarrel over swing’. Amidst widespread anger in Egypt, the press officer at the German embassy in Cairo declared the murder an isolated case and a ‘criminal act. It has nothing to do with persecution against Muslims’.

As the funeral of Marwa al-Sherbini took place in the northern Egyptian city of Alexandria and attracted huge attention in the Middle East, the German public and media have woken up to the anger that the murder, and its apparent denial, was causing in the Muslim world.

Facts speak for themselves

Marwa al-Sherbini was married to an Egyptian academic Elwi Ali Okaz who is a pharmacist studying at the internationally renowned Max Planck Institute. Al-Sherbini, also a pharmacist, was suing the man who went on to attack her (formally identified only as Alexandre W) after he insulted and threatened her in a local playground, calling her an ‘Islamist’, a ‘terrorist’ and an ‘Islamist whore’. Marwa al-Sherbini, who wore a headscarf, wanted to legally challenge this insulting behaviour. In the first instance, a district court convicted Alexandre W for his actions and ordered him to pay a fine of 780 Euros. However the behaviour of Alexandre W towards Marwa al-Sherbini during the course of this trial was so threatening and insulting that the prosecuting attorney deemed that he had learnt nothing from the conviction and ordered a second prosecution which would probably have resulted in a prison sentence.

At the second trial, and as al-Sherbini was finishing her testimony, Alexandre W leapt up and, in a frenzied attack, stabbed her repeatedly while shouting ‘You have no right to live’. Marwa al-Sherbini’s 3-year-old son was in court and witnessed his mother’s brutal murder. In the bedlam that followed, and as court guards fired shots, several bystanders were injured, including al-Sherbini’s husband, Elwi Ali Okaz, who was shot by a security guard and seriously wounded. He is now in a stable condition.

Jewish and Muslim communities united against Islamophobia

Stephan Kramer, the Secretary General of the German Jewish Council, has been one of only a handful of non-Muslim voices in Germany willing to describe the murder as motivated by Islamophobia. Kramer gave his solidarity to the Muslim community and alongside Aiman Mazyek, Secretary General of the Central Council of Muslims visited Elwi Ali Okaz in hospital, ‘We want to send a signal against Islamophobia’, said Stephan Kramer, adding that the ‘meagre’ reaction of the authorities to the murder was ‘absurd’. Muslim and Jewish leaders are due to meet with the Saxon prime minister and the Intercultural Council has called for a public demonstration of solidarity with the victim’s family.

Anger in Egypt

The Egyptian ambassador, Ramzi Ezzeldin Ramzi, and Marwa al-Sherbini’s brother attended mourners’ prayers at the Berlin Dar el-Salam Mosque, after which her body was flown to Egypt for burial in Alexandria which was attended by several Egyptian government officials. Al Jazeera’s Rawyeh Rageh, was at the funeral and noted that ‘The local council here in Alexandria, the victim’s hometown, has decided to name a street after her and the press is describing her as the “Hijab Martyr”.’

Indeed, throughout Egypt, there is widespread popular anger. While much of this is being exploited by the government to feed its own agenda, this cannot be used to obscure the fact that the German authorities have too long ignored the rising Islamophobia and prejudice towards women who wear the headscarf. Over half of Germany’s states ban women teachers and civil servants from wearing the headscarf which is widely seen as a sign of ‘holding onto one’s own culture’ and a ‘refusal to integrate’. Nabil Yacoub, who previously directed a local council for immigrant affairs in Dresden, points out that abuse of Muslim women who wear the headscarf is widespread. Many women are attacked or discriminated against on account of religious clothing, but do not report attacks to the authorities. Marwa al-Sherbini was different and decided to fight back. She was due to go back to Egypt in three months and, tragically, must have believed it would be safe to take a stand.

Who is to blame?

Kathrin Klausing, a researcher on Islamic issues who compiles the website Musafira, says that all eyes are now on the prosecuting authority, to see what charges are brought against Alexandre W. Kathrin Klausing does not see the prosecuting authority, which has instructed the police to start a murder investigation and has described the killer as clearly ‘driven by a deep hatred of Muslims’, as the real culprit. ‘The real responsibility for this awful case lies with the increasingly anti-Islamic and racist climate in society, an atmosphere in which politicians and public intellectuals and celebrities have played a great part.’ It is a view reiterated by Sulaiman Wilms, head of communications at the European Muslim Union, who told Al Jazeera that the murder was linked to ‘public-media discourse’. ‘People are looking for victims and Muslims are sometimes seen as a viable option.’

As both the police and prosecuting authority confirm that Alexandre W was a ‘notorious xenophobe’ attention will also turn to the actions of the neo-Nazi National Democratic Party of Germany (NPD) which in June local elections in several federal states secured 176 seats on regional and city councils. It is in Saxony – of which Dresden is the state capital – where the NPD is strongest, trebling its seats to a total of seventy-six. In February 2009, 6,000 neo-Nazis marched through Dresden in the largest far-Right demonstration in Germany in recent times. Researchers Olaf Sundermeyer and Christoph Ruf spent two years infiltrating the NPD for their book Reisen in der National Befreite Zone, they interviewed many ex-members who said that NPD members hoard weapons at their party regional headquarters in Jena and dream of rebuilding Hitler’s Third Reich. The writers believe that the downturn in the economy and unemployment are factors playing into the hands of the NPD which, in some areas of eastern Germany, is attempting to create ‘national liberation zones’ where no foreigner would dare to go.

The Amadeu Antonio Foundation, in conjunction with the journal Stern, provides a regular web-based update of some of the most serious far-Right related racist incidents that take place in Germany. In its compilation of thirty incidents which took place in Germany in May, over half the incidents (eighteen) took place in Saxony, many in Dresden and its surrounding towns. Migrants, those deemed foreigners, have been targeted, as have trades unions, members of left parties and alternative youth groups. It remains to be seen what part of Alexandre W’s warped and psychotic thinking was shaped by organisations like the NPD and what part the Islamophobia inherent in public and political discourse – which targets in particular Muslim women who wear the headscarf – has played.

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zaidi ali said...

Alexandre W. Kathrin Klausing telah dijatuhi hukuman "gantung-bunuh diri sehingga mati". Semoga Izrail menjalankan tugasnya dengan izin Allah SWT.

yanie ki said...

stiap kesalahan pasti ada hukumannya xkre di dunia atau akhirat....
sesungguhnya ALLAH tu maha adil....
smoga roh Marwa ditempatkan di kalangan org2 yg beriman....

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