Ingat tak dulu satu poster gergasi DSAI pernah didirikan dan menerima kritikan hebat pelbagai pihak dan dihukum haram oleh mufti.
Pelbagai hujah dikemukakan oleh satu pihak bagi mengharamkan poster berkenaan : dari sudut agama dan moral.
Manakala satu pihak lagi pun tak kurangnya berhujah bagi menghalalkan tindakan mereka menaikan poster berkenaan dari sudut legal/perundangan : dibenarkan oleh PBT.
Hari ni, menurut Berita Harian potret gergasi Datuk Seri Najib Razak didirikan di perkarangan Batu Caves. Najib akan membuat lawatan khas ke Karnival Batu Caves 1Malaysia.
Hmm, menarik kan??. Satu poster gergasi di simpang jalan bagi mengucapkan selamat hari raya dihukum haram kerana unsur pemujaan. Jadi apa pulak hukum poster gergasi di kuil Batu Caves??? makruh???
Atau halal sebab "berniat baik" . Kene tengok niat, niat baik tak apa, niat tak baik tak boleh. Jadi kalo berniat baik nak tolong orang, halal lah merompak harta orang???
From The Star :
Tuesday October 7, 2008
Council-approved giant cutout of Anwar draws flak
KUALA LUMPUR: The 12.2m high cutout of PKR adviser Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim in Batu Caves has drawn mixed reactions from the residents and politicians.
Selayang Municipal Council president Zainal Abidin Azim said Batu Caves assemblyman Amirudin Shari had submitted for approval the cutout which stands in front of Wisma Keringat in Batu Caves last month and the council approved it.
“I feel there is no reason this cutout should be an issue,’’ he said about the giant structure which is akin to those used to promote Bollywood stars.
However, Barisan Nasional assemblymen who are against the cutout costing RM5,000 that was put up on Sept 28 argued on religious grounds that it would be tantamount to idolising Anwar and that was prohibited in Islam.
Kuang assemblyman Abdul Shukur Idrus said, as a Muslim, Amirudin should know better than to put up the cutout.
“He should have consulted a religious group like the PAS for advice.
“This cutout just shows that the PKR is promoting itself with banners and posters,’’ he added.
Meanwhile, Sungai Burong assemblyman Datuk Mohd Shamsudin Lias said that it was a waste of public funds.
“Although there is a claim that the cutout is to wish the people Selamat Hari Raya, there are many other ways to do it.
“Besides everyone knows who Anwar Ibrahim is,” he said.
Amirudin said the cutout was initiated by activists and residents in the Batu Caves constituency to wish the people Selamat Hari Raya and it would be taken down once the duration date was up.
In Malacca, Umno vice president Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam said the cutout showed that Anwar was idolised by PKR.
“I want to ask PAS whether the party gave the approval for the erection of the cutout,” he told reporters after a visit to the Kota Gemilang project in Ayer Keroh yesterday.
Perlis Mufti Dr Asri Zainul Abidin advised Anwar’s supporters not to be too extreme in their actions such as idolising the PKR leader.
“The action should be stopped immediately for fear that it would become a practise within the society.
“It can deviate the Muslim’s faith.
“I don’t blame Anwar because it was not him who put up the cutout but his supporters should not idolise too much.
“The structure must be brought down immediately,’’ said the mufti.
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Jangan buta!!! Salah tetap salah walau apa pun niat dihati