Archive for February, 2008

Surat untuk para Aktivis Muslim

Posted in Uncategorized on February 22, 2008 by damartriadi

Seorang bisa belajar dan mempersiapkan revolusi
dengan membuat revolusi
dan bukan dengan mendiskusikan revolusi
(Ali Syari’ati)

Teman-temanku yang punya kepedulian,

Kau tahu di mana kita hidup sekarang ini. Berhimpitan dengan krisis sosial yang terus mencekik dan alpanya peran negara membuat perjuangan menjadi sebuah pilihan. Engkau menyaksikan bagaimana derita bangsa ini seolah tak mau berakhir, menjalarnya wabah penyakit dan derita karena bencana alam…. Caci maki kita terhadap kekejian Orde Baru nyatanya hanya menyentuh asap karena belakangan ini mulai timbul semangat untuk membangkitkan kembali kuasa Orde Baru. Puluhan ulama dengan antusias berdatangan ke rumah cendana untuk membesuk kesehatan mantan presiden, seolah itu sebuah perintah agama untuk tetap berbuat baik.
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As God has made a Promise…

Posted in Uncategorized on February 12, 2008 by damartriadi

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[QS An-Nur 24:55] Allah has promised to those of you who believe and do good that He will most certainly make them rulers in the earth as He made rulers those before them, and that He will most certainly establish for them their religion which He has chosen for them, and that He will most certainly, after their fear, give them security in exchange; they shall serve Me, not associating aught with Me; and whoever is ungrateful after this, these it is who are the transgressors.

[QS Al-Maidah 5:3] …..This day have I perfected for you your religion and completed My favor on you and chosen for you Islam as a religion; ….

[QS Al-Qashash 28:5] And We desired to bestow a favor upon those who were deemed weak in the land, and to make them the Imams, and to make them the heirs,
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1 million deaths the `cost’ of Suharto-led prosperity

Posted in Uncategorized on February 4, 2008 by damartriadi

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Februari 1, 2008 pada 8:35 am (soeharto)

GREG Sheridan’s piece on Suharto (”Asian giant a boon for Australia’’, 28/1) writes that the Indonesian army “was not responsible for much of the killing’’ that followed the abortive coup of 1965.

Sheridan further plays down the scale of those killings of communists, or people accused of communist sympathies, by not mentioning the numbers killed.
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