Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Pengajaran Buat Semua

Sekali lagi, post yg mungkin tidak akan popular. Malah, mungkin ada yang akan mencaci setelah baca post ini. Tapi inilah cebisan idea yg muncul dalam benak kepala. Sila berdiskusi jika mahu, tentang jika mahu, tp jangan di caci disini, bahasa xelok, orang ramai membaca..caci la dengan mesej peribadi

Baiklah....
Susulan peristiwa di Mesir, dua perkara utama yg ingin sy ketengahkan. Sesuatu yg tidak jauh dr kaca mata kita, tp kita enggan melihatnya. Sesuatu yg menjadi pengajaran (mungkin bg orang2 seperti sy shj la kut)

Pertama...
Anda mungkin wara', ulama', ahli íbadah, ahli sujud dan seumpamanya. Tapi itu tidak bermakna anda adalah pemimpin terbaik. Serahkan sesuatu itu pada yg lebih álim dlm bidang tersebut. Anda yg lebih álim dlm bidang agama, jadilah tunjang agama disitu. Penasihat, Mufti dan sebagainya. Kerana banyak lagi aspek yg mungkin terlepas pandang kerana tidak biasa melakukan tugasan tersebut.

Kedua...
Anda kata rakyat tidak bersyukur? tidak tahu apa itu demokrasi? tp bukankah itu apa yg berada di Malaysia? cuma di Malaysia hanya skala kecil, tidak melibatkan tentera dan pihak kerajaan yg xhabis2 dikatakan jahat.

siapakah yg buta skrg ini? :)

2 comments:

petite girl said...

One thing about Mesir, why they have to use army and violence?

As if the army holds the higher power. Besides, if the army dislikes the new leader, will they oust him like what you did with Morsi? Do you expect future peace by doing so?

I disagree the use of violence/picket and more, let it be in Malaysia or any part of the world.

Farzan said...

in one point of view,it's better. their culture are full with violent. we might say it's cruel, but is it to them? I mean, through our culture, we are taught with kindness through softness in action. They, on the other hand, are brought up with some harshness in life...so having military coup is better than taking it into their own hands...Egypt is on its way to democracy.

but another point of view, u are right.do they expect further peace? it will only bring up further discomfort within the IM. relations are broken n many more. and what's next? more violence? people calling for 'jihad' for a land not religion?

disagree is a must, but what solution/alternatives they have with such cultures and tolerance? I personally, sad to say, have yet to find an answer