Friday, March 7, 2008

Doa Tuan Guru Nik Aziz / poll unlikely to be fair

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amdang81
Doa Tuan Guru Nik Aziz
Bismillahirrahmanir rahim.. Assalamualaikum wbt...

"Wahai Tuhan Kami, berilah kami perasaan takut kepadamu yang dapat menghalang kami dari kemaksiatan dan berilah kami ketaatan kepadamua yang menyampaikan kami ke syurgamu, dan berilah dan berilah keyakinan yang memudahkan kami menghadapi bencana di dunia."

"Wahai tuhan kami berilah kami kenikmatan pendengaran, penglihatan dan kekuatan tubuh badan selama hidup kami dan jadikanlah dia mewarisi kami dan berilah pembalasan kepada orang yang menzalimi kami. Dan tolonglah kami terhadap orang yang memusuhi kami.Dan janganlah engkau jadikan bencana bagi kami dalam ugama kami dan janganlah jadikan keduniaan sebesar-besar cita-citanya dami dan tidak sampai batasan ilmu kami. Dan janganlah Engkau biarkan orang yang tidak menaruh kasihan balas terhadap kami, dapat menguasai ke atas kami."

"Wahai Tuhan kami, kami pohon perlindungna dengan nur kesucian engkau dan berkat kebersihan dan keagungan sifat jalal engkau, dari setiap yang datang waktu malam kecuali yang datang dengan baik." "Wahai tuhan kami, engkaulah penolong kami, maka kepada engkau kami mohon pertolongna. Wahai tuhan kami, engkaulah tempat kami menyelamatkan diri, maka kepada engkaulah kami pohon selamat. Wahai tuhan bagilah kelemahan dan kehinaan yang mana segala tengkuk pembesar dunia."

"Dan tunduk kepadanya segala urusan dan kebesaran raja-raja Firaun, selamatkan kami dari penghinaan dan hukuman siksamu, ketika malam atau siang, ketika kami tidur atau berada di suatu tempat. Tiada tuhan bagi kami melainkan engkau demi kebesaran wajah engkau dan kemuliaan kesucian engkau, hindarkanlah kami dari segala kejahatan hamba-hamba engkau, berilah kemudahan kepada kami dengan limpah kurnia dari engkau wahai tuhan yang maha pemurah."

"Wahai Tuhan sama ada engkau lembutkan hati-hati mereka untuk kami sebagaimana kamu lembutkan besi untuk Nabi Daud, dan kamu menundukkan mereka seperti seperti kamu tundukkan bukit bukau, gunung ganang untuk Nabi Sulaiman atau pun kamu lipat balik rancnagan jahat mereka supaya berpatah balik ke atas mereka sendiri , dan kamu hancur leburkan pakatan mereka dan kacau bilaukan kumpulan mereka dan goncangkan pendirian mereka dan Ya Allah turunkan bendera mereka rapat ke bumi, Wahai Tuhan yang tetap hidup yang mentadbir urusan makhluknya, Wahai Tuhan yang mempunyai keagungna dan kemuliaan, sesungguhnya Engkau berkuasa di atas tiap-tiap sesuatu."

"Ya Allah Tuhan kami, limpahkanlah rahmat ke atas junjungna kami Nabi Muhammad S.A.W yang dengannya dapat emngubati hati dan menjadikan penawar, menyihatkan badan yang menyembuhkannya, menjadi cahaya bagi pandangan mata dan menyinarkannnya dan limpahkanlah rahmat dan kesejahteraan kepada keluarga dan para sahabat baginda sekalian."

Amin..

dipetik dari Harakahdaily. net


husammusa.com

Malaysian poll unlikely to be fair - rights body
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Malaysian government restrictions on free speech, freedom of assembly and the media will deny citizens a fair vote in Saturday's general election, a rights group said on Wednesday.

Malaysia's ruling Barisan Nasional coalition is considered certain to be re-elected in the poll, but risks a backlash by Buddhist ethnic Chinese and Hindu ethnic Indians, who complain of religious and racial inequality in the mainly Muslim nation.

The opposition, which wants to deny Barisan a two-thirds majority in parliament, the level needed to change the constitution, hopes to draw a protest vote over rising food and fuel costs, street crimes and an influx of cheap foreign labour.

But rights body Human Rights Watch said the authorities' manipulation of the electoral process seemed to aim at ensuring Barisan retains the majority it has held since 1969.

"Once again, elections in Malaysia are grossly unfair to the opposition," Elaine Pearson, deputy Asia director of New York-based Human Rights Watch, said in a statement.

"Malaysia's ruling coalition is too comfortable with the status quo to allow reforms that would level the playing field." ADVERTISEMENT



Watchdog group Malaysians for Free and Fair Elections said it had dropped plans to act as polling day monitor in protest against election officials' decision to scrap an earlier arrangement to introduce indelible ink at Saturday's poll.

"Indelible ink is very useful and effective to curb against any impersonation as well as multiple voting actions," said the group's deputy chairman Syed Ibrahim Syed Noh.

The decision not to use indelible ink suggested a conspiracy to help the government win, said Malaysia's hardline opposition Islamists, the Parti Islam se-Malaysia (PAS).

"The announcement validates PAS's claim that there exists a Barisan conspiracy with cooperation from the election commission and other government agencies to ensure an undemocratic Barisan victory," PAS spokesman Roslan Shahir told reporters.

INDELIBLE INK

Malaysia had said it would use the ink -- to be daubed on a voter's finger to ensure he or she could not attempt to cast a second ballot -- for the first time in the poll to help meet an opposition demand to combat electoral fraud.

Malaysia's de facto opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim said in Singapore he believed the election was flawed.

"They promised indelible ink and they cancelled at the last moment, it's shameful," he told a news conference. "India with its 1 billion people can conduct free and fair elections with indelible ink and nobody was hurt. But not in our case."

Anwar also said the coalition of opposition parties had already secured one-third of the seats in parliament, based on information from ruling party sources and other "intelligence apparatus".

Malaysian law and practice allow the ruling coalition to campaign freely but put severe restraints on opposition groups, with police denying them the permits needed for any gathering of four or more people, for example, Human Rights Watch said.

It accused the government of using the spectre of ethnic violence to deter public demonstrations and silence its critics.

"When opposition leaders and civil society groups critical of the government try to organise rallies, they are blocked at every turn," the group's Pearson said.

"Yet the usual excuses about unruly protesters and blocked traffic are never mentioned when the ruling coalition wants to get its supporters out on the streets."

Also clouding the fairness of the poll were curbs on the media, with the opposition locked out of state television and radio, as well as irregularities in voter lists and vote counting procedures, Human Rights Watch said.

"Voters in Malaysia deserve a chance for every vote to count and count equally," Pearson said. "Given the vast array of anomalies in the electoral rolls, this looks increasingly unlikely."

(Additional reporting by Liau Y-Sing in Kuala Lumpur and Melanie Lee in Singapore)





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