Sunday, October 23, 2011

Al-Shabab Al-Mujahidin display more than 60 corpses of the AMISOM in Mogadishu


 Delighting the eyes of the believers.
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Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Scholars that Befriend Tyrants

The following was taken from the blog Sayyidoon, which was run by the Shaheed Abu Mus’ab Sayyid – Rahimahullaah

These are some narrations that should help the wise differentiate between the true scholar and the faker Murji’ah of the Era.

“I entered upon al-Ma`moon, so he said: ‘How have you awoken oh Nidr?’ So I said: ‘In goodness, oh Ameer al-Mu`mineen’ He asked: ‘What is irjaa`?’ I replied: ‘A religion that agrees with the Kings, they gain from the dunya with it, and lose from their religion’ So he said: ‘You have spoken the truth’” [al-Bidaayah wan-Nihaayah of al-Haafith Ibn Katheer, vol. 10/276]
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بـــراءة Disavowal



إلى الطواغيت في كل زمان ومكان
To the Tawaghit in every time and place
إلى الطواغيت حكاماً وأمراء وقياصرة وأكاسرة وفراعنة وملوكاً
to the transgressing rulers (Tawāghīt); the governors and the leaders and the Caesars and the Kisrahs (Persian Emperors) and the Pharaohs and the Kings

إلى سدنتهم وعلمائهم المضلين
to their servants and their misguiding scholars (‛Ulamā)

إلى أوليائهم وجيوشهم وشرطتهم وأجهزة مخابراتهم وحرسهم
to their supporters and their armies and their police and their intelligence agencies and their guardians

إلى هؤلاء جميعاً.. نقول
to all of them collectively, we say: 
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Saturday, October 15, 2011

The Ruling Concerning Government Employment


بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

The Ruling Concerning Government Employment

Translated by the Ansarullah English Team

Question number 4884
Date: 15-07-2011
Subject: Current Affairs
Link (Arabic):
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Friday, October 14, 2011

The Kufr of Democracy

الشيخ أبو محمد المقدسي

The Most High said: “Indeed, the religion with Allah is Islam.” [al-‘Imran, 19] And the Most High said: “And I was pleased with Islam as your religion.” [al-Ma’idah, 3] 
So, we worship by it and we declare our disavowal from everything that opposes it. We disbelieve in everything that negates it or opposes it from the disbelieving methodologies, false ways, and corrupt Madhahib[schools of thought], and from that, the modern innovation of Kufr, that of democracy. So whoever follows it, and seeks it, then they have sought a religion other than Islam. The Most High said: 
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The ruling on one working for the police who cannot leave his job due to his financial position

Indeed those in the MNDF and Police force should read and contemplate this fatwa and leave their shirk and kufr and return to Islam.

"Those who disbelieve fight for Taghut"

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم


Translated by Ansarullah Blog’s English Team

Question No: 2921


A person works for the Police and due to his dire financial condition he cannot even leave this job because he is neither educated nor has any alternative source of income to this job.
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Thursday, October 13, 2011

The Ruling on Dispossessing the Disbelievers wealth in Dar al-Harb

Note: Brothers and sisters should take into consideration that Maldives is not Dar al-Harb and so while much of what the Sheikh speaks of below is applicable to this country, not all of it may necessarily be so and every situation has its particular ruling.
The Ruling on Dispossessing the  Disbelievers wealth in Dar al-Harb 
By Shaykh Anwar al-Awlaki رحمه الله

All praise is due to Allah and peace and blessings on his Messenger Muhammad (SAW).

Islam stipulates certain conditions for taking the wealth of the disbelievers. According to our classical scholars,
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Statements on the Martyrdom of Sheikh Anwar al Awlaki and his compainions

In the past few days we received confirmation from the Mujahideen that Sheikh Anwar Al Awlaki, Samir Khan and several others attained martyrdom when they where attacked by an American aircraft in Yemen إن شاء الله in the coming days we will post links to articles and lectures by Sheikh Anwar for the benefit of the Muslims.

Below are three statements on the Sheikhs martyrdom, the first being the official statement from Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, the second from Ansar Al Mujahideen Forum and the third from Ansarullah blog.

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

الجبهة الإعلامية الإسلامية العالمية
The Global Islamic Media Front

قسم الترجمة واللغات
L a n g u a g e and Translation Department

ترجمة بيان تنظيم القاعدة في جزيرة العرب 

A Translation of the Statement of Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula

دم الشهيد نــور ونــار

The Blood of the Martyr is Light and Fire

[ بـيان استشهاد الشيخ أنـور العولقي ورفـاقــه

A Statement about the Martyrdom of Sheikh Anwar Al-Awlaqi and His Comrades

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

All praise be to Allah, the Lord of all that exists, and may peace and blessings be upon our Messenger, Muhammad, and his family. To proceed:

We affirm to our Mujahid Ummah which has risen against injustice the martyrdom of the heroic Mujahid, Sheikh Abu Abdur-Rahman Anwar bin Nasir al-Awlaqi.

His martyrdom as well as that of his comrades, Abu Muhsin al-Ma'ribi, Sameer Khan and Salim al-Marwani, may Allah have mercy on them all, was a result of an American airstrike in an area between Ma'rib and Jawf. 

By Allah's Grace, the Sheikh and Islamic preacher was killed while he remained firm in the path of Da'wah and Jihad, while both global and local pressure were unable to cause him to retract from it, despite lengthy attempts of seduction and threat, imprisonment and pursuit. 

This Islamic preacher is the one who achieved victory, by his beliefs, as remaining firm on beliefs is the true victory. He died upon his beliefs, as we reckon. This is a characteristic of the Muslim Ummah; their leaders do not die on their beds. The honor and the victory of the Ummah is that their leaders and preachers are martyred.

Has any true call or the nation ever lived without sacrifices? If not, then we are an Ummah which never dies! Rather, it is victorious, it lives, and it is persists, because death gives it life!

The Americans assassinated the Islamic preacher, Sheikh Anwar Al-Awlaqi and Sameer Khan without any brought proof of allegation, and they presented no evidence according to their own criminal laws of “freedom”.

Where are their calls of freedom, justice, and human rights and freedom which they claim? America was so harmed by them that they contradicted their own principle, which they do daily, on which they claim their country was founded.

America is the one who failed, as they did not abide by their principles, while the Sheikh proved victorious, as he lived according to his beliefs and died upon them.

And thus does America commit acts of injustice and aggression, killing on a daily basis. Indeed they have a dark history in the likes of these crimes, too lengthy to be recorded. They fabricate brazen lies in public, claiming to be the protectors of human rights, freedom and justice.

Their mendacious king makes a public appearance, stating that the death of Sheikh Anwar al-Awlaqi is a victory for the Yemeni people, because the Sheikh, according to him, killed many Yemeni people. But Obama, the yo-yo who changes his religion daily, that he was found confessing to the fact that he killed hundreds of the Sheikh's fellow tribesmen in Ma'jalah and Rafadh, most of them women, children and the elderly, with the blessings and participation of the butcher of Yemen, Ali Saleh.

The Sheikh has proceeded to the Everlasting Gardens, Allah willing, while leaving behind for the Ummah a clear and pure ideology, a distinguished style, and a path of Da'wah and Jihad which the Ummah can adopt in their march towards honor and victory.

Yes, America has killed Sheikh Anwar, may Allah have mercy on him, but they can never kill his ideology. Rather, the martyrdom of the Sheikh is a new and revived life of his ideology and style.

The Sheikh has students which he taught, and students which have benefited from him in various parts of the world. They will march his march, following his tracks, continuing on the straight path, the path of the Prophet sallallahu alaihi wa sallam.

As for American politicians, people have become accustomed to the fact that whenever they kill a leader of Islam, or whenever one of its heroes is martyred, they start to imagine things, saying that they have finished off Islam or the Muslim Ummah, that the Muslim Ummah is now impotent, or on that day they have achieved a great victory by killing such-and-such Muslim.

Indeed it is only their imagination, as they are fighting an entire nation and a magnificent religion. They are fighting the Nation of True Monotheism (Taweed) and Jihad. How on earth can they think to break its resolve?!

These patchy techniques, as well as the injustices of America against the entire world, and its continual support of the Jews and the idol-tyrant rulers, its proxies in various regions, have led Muslim masses to revolt and step into the fields, in outright refusal of the idiotic policies of America, their injustices against the entire world, and their support of their proxy rulers who they have placed over their neck.

By Allah's Grace, America was slapped in Egypt when the revolutionaries refused to meet the U.S. Secretary of State. Then, they were given another slap in Libya, the land of Jihad.

Now, they can only stand and watch the Muslim people of Syria, unable to do anything about the uprising in Yemen, who condemn and object to the ways of America, refusing to accept American interference, all of course except the opposition party, who by Allah's Grace do not represent the majority, nor do they have any strength on the ground.

Our Yemeni revolutionaries! Indeed you left your homes in pursuit of freedom, justice, and in refusal of U.S. interference. You must state your firm decision about these flagrant and shameless transgression of airspace and these continual airstrikes against the best of your people, as well as the helpless from your women, children and the elderly. You must shout in the face of all those who have been appointed by America, just as you now shout in the face of the agent Ali Saleh, as by Allah they are two sides of the same coin. Are our calamities due to anyone other than America and their proxies?

Ali Abdullah Saleh has taken America as a lord besides Allah. It is they who support him and grant him legitimacy, standing by his side for now thirty years!

Our Yemeni revolutionaries! Indeed you must make your liberation from American slavery, the refusal of American plans for the region, and support for the people of Iraq, Afghanistan and Palestine against American occupation goals of your revolt as well. 

Our Yemeni revolutionaries! You have brought on a bright dawn against the proxy agent Ali Abdullah Saleh. You must bring on one more dawn against American interference in the region.

In conclusion, we ask that Allah grants us and you the best of consolation, O tribe of Awaliq, for the assassination of your son, the magnificent, noble, brave and heroic, unjustly killed Sheikh Anwar bin Nasir al-Awlaqi.

While just yesterday, the Mujahid Sheikh, Muhammad bin Umair al-Kalawi al-Awlaqi was killed along with a large number of your women, children and elderly. The regime of Ali Saleh killed the Mujahid Sheikh Zayid ad-Daghari, which is an open sign of them making these defiant and freeborn tribes a target due to their refusal to accept oppression, injustice and ignobility.

O defiant tribes! Indeed the blood of the Sheikh and his comrades will not be spilled in vain! Indeed behind him there are heros which will not turn their eyes to injustice, in soon, Allah willing, they shall exact revenge!

Tell the tribe of Awaliq that the best of consolation are the raves of the proud which cannot be muffled.

We are at war with America, they inflict harms upon us as we do upon them, and the final end is for those who patiently persevere, and it is they who will prove victorious
وَيَقُولُونَ مَتَىٰ هُوَ قُلْ عَسَىٰ أَن يَكُونَ قَرِيبًا
“And they say, 'When is that?’ Say, ‘Perhaps it will be soon’.”

Al-Qaeda Organization in the Arabian Peninsula
Dhul-Qa'dah 11, 1432
Source: Al-Fajr Media Center

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

شبكة أنصار المجاهدين منتدى الانجليزية
Ansar al-Mujahideen English Forum


"Never fearing the blame of the blamers" 

A Statement Marking the Martyrdom of Imam Anwar al-Awlaki and Samir Khan - May Allah Have Mercy on Them

In the name of Allah, the Most Kind, the Most Merciful.
The Islamic Ummah has heard confirmation today that Imam Anwar al-Awlaki and three of his brothers were martyred by US missiles in Yemen.
We ask Allah (SWT) to have mercy on all of those martyred, and to grant them the highest levels of Paradise. We at the AMEF ask Allah to accept the martyrdom of all four of the brothers. In this brief statement we would like to focus especially on the two brothers we knew best: two brothers who have done an enormous amount of work to spread Glad Tidings to English-speaking Muslims across the globe.
This is not meant to be a wistful lament for the passing of our brothers, but rather a celebration of their accomplishments in the dunya, and congratulations for transaction which they have concluded, which was indeed their supreme achievement.
For Allah (SWT) says:
"And say not of those who are killed in Allah's cause: "They are dead" Rather they are alive, but you perceive not" [Surah al-Baqarah: 154]
And He (SWT) also tells us:
"Allah hath purchased of the Believers their persons and their goods; for theirs (in return) is the garden (of Paradise): they fight in His cause, and slay and are slain: a promise binding on Him in truth, through the Law, the Gospel, and the Qur'an: and who is more faithful to his covenant than Allah? then rejoice in the bargain which ye have concluded: that is the supreme achievement" [Surah At-Tawbah: 111]

Imam Anwar al-Awlaki:
The Imam was the perfect example of that rarest and most precious of commodities: a righteous scholar who speaks the Truth. 
While the West has waged war against Muslims from Iraq to Afghanistan the Ulema in the West have remained silent. Allah knows best whether they are afraid of being thrown into prison, or of being deported from their new homes, or simply of losing the power and prestige they have found themselves growing increasingly fond of, the fact remains they have been silent. Imam Anwar al-Awlaki was an anomaly in that he spoke the Truth and did not fear the consequences.
As Allah (SWT) says:
"O you who believe! Whoever from among you turns back from his religion, Allah will bring a people whom He will love and they will love Him; humble towards the Believers, stern towards the Disbelievers, fighting in the Way of Allah, and never fearing the blame of the blamers" [Al-Maidah: 54]
The Imam was well aware that he could be imprisoned for what he said, that he could be denied visas to travel to other Western nations, that he could become a social pariah - a stranger in his own land.
As the Imam of the Mujahideen - Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said:
“Islam began as something strange, and it shall return to being something strange, so give Glad Tidings to the strangers” [Sahih Muslim]
But even among the very few scholars who dare to speak the Truth, Imam Anwar al-Awlaki was still a rarity. For he was not content to merely talk about Jihad, he wanted to 'practice what he preached'. He left a comfortable life in America and made Hijrah to Yemen, and joined his brothers in Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula.
It has been ten long years since the start of the Crusader war on Afghanistan - who can honestly still say that the time is not right for them to make Hijrah, that they are still making preparations?
Hasn't Allah (SWT) warned us about those who are forever 'preparing' for Hijrah and Jihad:
"If they had intended to come out, they would certainly have made some preparation therefor; but Allah was averse to their being sent forth; so He made them lag behind, and they were told, "Sit ye among those who sit (inactive)" [Surah at-Tawbah: 46]
Even imprisoning the Sheikh did not silence him, it only seems to have spurred him on to continue his dawah.
The Sheikh was insulted, cursed, belittled and hit with a constant streams of accusations. But never once did his resolve waver, nor once did he compromise his Faith, never once did he fear the blame of the blamers!

Samir Khan:
Our brother Samir, may Allah have mercy on him, is well-known to all the members of the English-speaking jihadi forums. He was a frequent contributor on the forums, and via his blogs, until he also decided to answer the call of Amir Abu Baseer (may Allah protect him) and make Hijrah to Yemen.
It is worth pointing out that brother Samir left his home and family, knowing that he would be called an extremist, knowing he would face many hardships along the way, and knowing that he would most likely never return.
Our brother used the same online username consistently: Inshallahshaheed. Let us ponder this fact for a moment: brother Samir, may Allah have mercy on him, was seeking martyrdom right from the start. After he proved his intentions were sincere - by actually making Hijrah and not just talking about it - Allah granted him that which he sought so earnestly (we reckon him to be so, and Allah is his Reckoner)
Our brother Samir, may Allah have mercy on him, joins the long and illustrious list of brothers from the forums who have been martyred in the path of Allah. The list includes names that will live long in Islamic history, such as Abu Dujana al-Khurasani from Al-Hesbah and Mu'sab Sayyid from Al-Firdaus, but it also contains the names of many brothers who weren't as well known. 
Like the heroes Abu Dujanah al-Khurasani and Mu'sab Sayyid (may Allah have mercy on them both) Samir has left us with much beneficial material, compiled before his date with destiny. Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) said: “When a man dies, his deeds come to an end except for three things: Sadaqah Jariyah (ceaseless charity); knowledge which is beneficial; or a virtuous descendant who prays for him” [Sahih Muslim]
We ask Allah that the sermons of Imam Anwar and the writings of Samir Khan continue to 'Inspire the Believers', and continue to add to the balance of their good deeds.
We ask the brothers involved in producing English-language jihadi material to redouble their efforts, so that we actually see an increase in the quality and quantity of English-language jihadi material being produced, instead of a decrease as the Kuffar are hoping.
We ask Allah to make the brothers at AMEF, GIMF, Dar al-Murabiteen, Ansurullah and all other English-language jihadi media outlets successful in their attempts to assist His Deen. 
We ask Allah to unite their vision, fortify their ranks, and protect them from the plots of the Murtadeen and the Kuffar.
Through these brothers Allah "will disgrace them and assist you over them, and He will soothe the hearts of the Believers" [Surah at-Tawbah: 14]
And our final prayer is that all praise is due to Allah, the Lord of the Worlds.

Ansar al-Mujahideen English Forum
12 Dhu al-Qada 1432 H (Corresponding to October 10th 2011)

ولا تنسونا من صالح الدُعاء
Don't Forget Us in Your Prayers

إخوانكم في : شبكة أنصار المجاهدين
Your Brothers at: Ansar al-Mujahideen

Ansarullah: Two Beacons Illuminating the West – A Statement Regarding the Martyrdom of Sheikh Anwar Al-Awlaqi and Sameer Khan

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

﴿مِّنَ الْمُؤْمِنِينَ رِجَالٌ صَدَقُوا مَا عَاهَدُوا اللَّهَ عَلَيْهِ ۖ فَمِنْهُم مَّن قَضَىٰ نَحْبَهُ وَمِنْهُم مَّن يَنتَظِرُ ۖ وَمَا بَدَّلُوا تَبْدِيلًا﴾

“Among the believers are men true to what they promised Allah. Among them is he who has fulfilled his vow, and among them is he who awaits. And they did not alter by any alteration.”
And they did not change in the least… indeed this is how we can describe the two martyrs of America, the two martyrs of Yemen, the Sheikh, the Da’i, the speaker of truth, the one true to his word, the Muhajir, the Mujahid, Anwar al-Awlaqi, and the bold and the daring, the fearless, the creative, resolute and ambitious Muhajir and Mujahid Sameer Khan.
Both in their own way were thorns in the side of America.
One, a famous preacher who moved people’s hearts and brought them to tears, who brought to life the lives of the Prophets, the Prophet (peace be upon him) and the Sahabah, inculcating into the Muslim diaspora the values lost due to negligence, revitalizing the spirit of fraternity and Jihad. In his gradual transition into the Mujahid Da’i he longed to be, he took his audience with him as well. As a result, there are hundreds of Nidal Hasans’ waiting to strike when it is deemed suitable.
Another, a lost Muslim youth who was guided back to the truth, not partially, but wholly, discovering the lost and neglected dimension of Jihad waiting for him to uncover. He did not turn back, but with his ingenuity and resoluteness, creativity and braveness, he brought that dimension to those who never had seen it, and in ways appreciated by all, and the realities of the new Crusades have now become almost common knowledge.
Little had they known that they would cross paths in the Land of Faith and Wisdom, the Land of Aid and Jihad, the land of Yemen, the Felix of Arabia.
From there they expanded their dreams, speaking out to the world in ways never imagined. When they spoke, people listened, and when they wrote, people read. When they warned, people feared, and when they mocked, people were devastated.
After their companionship, they parted, not from each other, but from those “left behind”, from those who long to follow their path, and from those who refrain, and from those who blame.
…to enter the everlasting abode, of the righteous and the Prophets, and those others of this time who proved true to their words.
Indeed they proved victorious, for despite all odds, they went forth and were firm, accomplishing what others only dream about. They proved victorious, for indeed victory is not in the battlefield, but in the hearts which remain firm upon the Truth, “And indeed that is the greatest success.”

﴿ذلك الفوز الكبير﴾

No words dare describe what Muslims feel for their martyrdom, and our hope remains in the Wise, the Knowledgeable.

﴿إِنَّ رَبِّي لَطِيفٌ لِّمَا يَشَاءُ إِنَّهُ هُوَ الْعَلِيمُ الْحَكِيمُ﴾

“Indeed, my Lord is Subtle in what He wills. Indeed, it is He who is the Knowing, the Wise.”
 “Indeed there was certainly in their stories a lesson for those of understanding.”

﴿لَقَدْ كَانَ فِي قَصَصِهِمْ عِبْرَةٌ لِّأُولِي الْأَلْبَابِ﴾

…in their life and after their death, for those who seek, for those who fear, for those who oppose, and for those have deserted.
Indeed Sheikh Anwar and Brother Sameer gave their lives in the cause of the Muslim Diaspora, to illuminate for them the clear and proper path, enduring the toils of Hijrah and Jihad, fear and insecurity, to ensure that there remains a voice of Truth. They served as beacons for the Muslims of the West, preaching to them their true role and goal.
Indeed they have shown to them their obligation, which still awaits its fulfillment. The time has come to heed their warnings and fulfill their call, for the best form of gratitude is that shown by one’s actions.
Know that there is much blood waiting to be avenged, and indeed only you in the West can fulfill its due right. Find your proper place in the pages of history, and seek help in secrecy, as our blessed Prophet sallallahu alaihi wasallam taught. Prepare and muster what you can of strength, make proper plans, and implement them, for indeed it is easy for those who Allah wishes. Live up to your obligation, and soothe the souls of the believers worldwide. Seek help in Allah, make a firm resolve, and place your trust in Him, and indeed the final victory is written for the Believers.

﴿قَاتِلُوهُمْ يُعَذِّبْهُمُ اللَّهُ بِأَيْدِيكُمْ وَيُخْزِهِمْ وَيَنصُرْكُمْ عَلَيْهِمْ وَيَشْفِ صُدُورَ قَوْمٍ مُّؤْمِنِين وَيُذْهِبْ غَيْظَ قُلُوبِهِمْ﴾

“Fight them; Allah will punish them by your hands and will disgrace them and give you victory over them and satisfy the breasts of a believing people. And remove the fury in the believers’ hearts.”
We ask Allah to accept the Hijrah, Jihad, and all other works of these two leaders of Islam, and to accept them amongst the Prophets and martyrs.
And may peace and blessings be upon His Final Prophet, and all praise be to Allah, the Lord of all that exists.

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Friday, October 7, 2011

މުސްތޮއާއިއެކު ދީނީ އެއްބައިވަންތަކަމުގެ ޤާނޫނީ އަލިފު... ބާ...

އަޅުގަނޑު މިލިޔުން ލިޔުމަށް ފުރަތަމަ ފިކުރު ހިންގާލި އިރުވެސް ހަނދާނަށް އައީ، "ޒިންދީގުންގެ މައްޗަށް އުރައިން ދަމައިގަނެވިފައިވާ ކަނޑި..." މިނަމުގެ މައްޗަށް އެކުލަވާލައި، އެކުވެރި އަޚް، އަދި "ޖިހާދުގެ އަޑު" ގެ ބާނީ، އަބޫ ޒުބައިދާ ދެއްވި އިންޓަވިއުއަކަށެވެ:
އޭރުގެ ސަރުކާރުން އަފްރާޝީމް ގެނެސްގެން ހިންގި ހަމަނުޖެހުމުގެ މައްޗަށްވާހަކަފުޅު ދައްކަވަމުން ވިދާޅުވިއެވެ:
[މިއީ ވަރަށްވެސް މުޙިއްމު ނުކުތާއެކެވެ. އެހެނީ ދިވެހިރާއްޖެ "ފުރިހަމަ ޑިމޮކްރެސީ" އަކަށް ހެދުމަށް އެންމެހާ ކުފުރީ ބާރުތަކުން މިހާރުވަނީ އަމާޒުކަނޑައަޅާފައެވެ. މިއީ ދިވެހި ސަރުކާރާއި، ޔޫރަޕާއި އެމެރިކާއާއި، އަދި ޚުދު އެމް.ޑީ.ޕީގެވެސް ފައިދާއަށްޓަކައި ކުރެވޭކަމެކެވެ. އެހެނީ ޔޫރަޕުގެ ޑިމޮކްރެސީ ލަނޑުދަނޑީގެ ފެށުމަކީ އާނިޔާ އާއި އަފްރާޝިމް ކަމުގައިވިޔަސް އޭގެ ނިމުމަކީ ކުރިސްޓިއަންދީނާއި ފައްޅިތަކެވެ. އާއެކެވެ. ޙަޤީޤަތަކީ މިއީއެވެ. އެހެނީ ކުއްލިޔަކަށް އެކި ދީނުގެ މައްސަލަގަޑެއް، ޒަމާނުއްސުރެން އިސްލާމްދީނަށް ނިސްބަތްވަމުން އަންނަ އިސްލާމީ ބަޔެއްގެ ތެރެއަށް އައިސްފިނަމަ، ޢާންމުންގެ ތެރޭ އިންތިހާ ރުޅިވެރިކަން އުފެދި، މަސްލަހަތު އެކީއެއްކޮށް ނެތިދާނެއެވެ. އެހެނަސް މިފަދަ ބަޔެއްގެ ތެރޭގައި "ދީނީ ޑިމޮކްރެސީ" ގެނެވޭނީ ފިޔަވަހި (phased changes) ތަކަކުންކަން އެމެރިކާއާއި އެންމެހާ ކުފުރިއްޔާތުތަކެއް ދަނެއެވެ.
މިގޮތުން ފުރަތަމަ ފަތުރާ އެއްޗަކީ އެތަނެއްގައި ޢާންމު މަސްރަޙައި ނުގުޅޭފަދަ، މީގެ މާނައީ، މަޛްހަބުގެ ތަފާތެކޭ ނޫނެވެ، އެހެނަސް ވަރަށް ބޮޑެތި ޢަޤީދާގެ ފަރަޤުވާފަދަ ދީނީ ހަމަނުޖެހުންތަކެއް ގެނައުމެވެ. އަދި އަފްރާޝީމަކީ އޭގެ މިޘާލެކެވެ. މިފަދައިން ޢަޤީދާގެ ތަފާތުތަކަށް ދިވެހިން (tolerate) "ކެތްތެރިވާން" ފެށުމުން، ދެން ފަށާނީ އެއާއި ޖެހިގެން އޮތްފިޔަވައްސެކެވެ. މިގޮތުން މަޑުމަޑުން ދިވެހިން ދީނީ ފަރަޤުތަކަށް "ކެތްތެރި" ކުރުވަމުން ކުރުވަމުން ގޮސް ނިމިގެންދާނީ ޔަހޫދިއްޔަތާއި ނަޞާރާއިންގެ ފައްޅިތަކަށްވެސް "ވެލްކަމް" ކިޔުއްވުމުންނެވެ. އަދި މިއީ ތުރުކީ އާއި ޤަޠަރާއި މޮރޮކޯއާއި އަދި މިނޫންވެސް އެންމެހާ އިސްލާމުން އުޅެމުންދާ ބިންތަކުގައި ޢާންމު އަދި ކާމިޔާބު ލިބިފައިވާ މަޝްރޫޢު އެކެވެ. އެހެންނޫންނަމަ ލޮބުވެތި ނަބިއްޔާ صَلَّى اللَّهُ عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّمَ ގެ ބިމުގައި، އަދި އެބިމަކަށް ޤުރުއާނުގެ ވަޙީ ހަތް އުޑުގެ މަތިން ބާވައިލެއްވުނު ބިމުގައި، ނަޞާރާ ފައްޅިއެއް އެޅިދާނެހެއްޔެވެ؟ އަދި އެބިމެއްގައި އިސްލާމީ ޚިލާފަތުގެ ވެރިކަން ކުރި ބިމުގައި، ޚުދު އާދައިގެ ތިންކަން ބުރުޤާވެސް މަނާކުރެވިދާނެހެއްޔެވެ؟ އެހެނަސް އަދުގެ ޙަޤީޤަތަކީ މިއީއެވެ!" (ކުޑަ ބަދަލަކާއިއެކު، އަބޫ ޒުބައިދާގެ ބަސްފުޅު ނިމުނީ.)
އަބޫ ޒުބައިދާ 2008 ވަނަ އަހަރު މިދެއްކެވި ވާހަކަފުޅުގެ ހަޤީޤަތް އަޅުގަނޑަށް މިތަޞައްވަރުވީ އަދި ކިރިޔާއެވެ! އެއީ ދީނީ އެއްބައިވަންތަކަމުގެ އައު ޤާނޫނަށް ބަލާލުމުންނެވެ. އެހެންކަމުން އަޅުގަނޑުގެ ލޮލުން ތިބޭފުޅުންނަށް މިޤާނޫނޫ ބަޔާން ކޮށްލުމަށް އެދި ލިޔަމެވެ.
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އަބޫ ޒުބައިދާ ވިދާޅުވިފަދައިން ފުރަތަމަ ފިޔަވަހީގައި ހިމެނެނީ އެހެންދީންތަކަށް ދިވެހިންނަށް އުޅުމުގެ މިނިވަންކަން ހުޅުވާލުމެއްނޫނެވެ. އެހެނަސް އަޤީދާގެ ބޮޑެތިތަފާތު ކަންކަމަށް ދިވެހިން ދިރުވުމެވެ. މިމޭރުމުން އަޅުގަނޑުމެން ބަލާލާއިރު، ދީނީ ތަޤުރީރު ކުރމުގެ ހުއްދަދެވޭ ފަރާތްތަކުގެ ޝަރުތުތަކުން "ސުންނަތް ޖަމާޢަތުގެ މީހެއްކަމުގައިވުން" މިޕޮއިންޓް ރައީސް އޮފީހުން ކަނޑާފައިވުން ފާހަގަވެއެވެ. މީގެ މާނައަކީ "ސުންނަތް ޖަމާޢަތުގައި ނުހިމެނޭ" މިސާލަކަށް، ހައްދުފަހަނައެޅި ޤަބުރަށް އަޅުކަން ކުރާ ސޫފީ "ޝެއިޚުން" ގެ އިތުރުން އިސްލާމްދީނާ މުޅިން ޚިލާފު "ޝިއަޢީ" އިމާމުންނާއި އަދި ރަޝާދު ޚަލީފާ އަކީ ރަސޫލެއްކަމަށް އީމާންވެގެން ތިބި "ޤުރުއާނިސްޓުންގެ" ޝެއިޚުންނަށްވެސް ހުއްދައެއް ލިބިދާނޭކަމެވެ. މިފަދަޝައިޚުން ފަތުވާ ދިނުން ހުއްދަ ކުރުމަށްޓަކައި އަންނަނިވި މާއްދާ އުނިކޮށްފައިވެއެވެ: "ދިވެހިރާއްޖޭގައި ދީނީ ކަންކަމުގެ ޙުކުމްތައް ބަޔާންކުރަންވާނީ ސުންނަތްޖަމާޢަތާ އެއްގޮތަށެވެ." އެހެންކަމުން ސުންނަތް ޖަމާޢަތާއި ޚިލާފަށް މިޘާލަކަށް ޝިޔައީ ދީނާއި އެއްގޮތަށް ޙުކުމްބަޔާންކޮށް ފެތުރުމަކީ ހުއްދަކަމެކެވެ. އަދި ސަރުކާރުން ގެންނަ އެފަދަ "ޓީޗަރެއް" ނޫނީ "ޚަތީބެއް" އާންމުން ތެރޭ މައްސަލަޖެހުނަސް ޑީޕޯޓުވިއަ ނުދިނުމަށްޓަކައި، "ސުންނަތް ޖަމާޢަތުގެ މަޛްހަބު ނޫން އެހެން މަޛްހަބެއްގެ ގޮތާއި ޢަޤީދާ ފަތުރަން މަސައްކަތްކުރާ" މީހުން ޑީޕޯޓުކުރުން ނުވަތަ ރާއްޖެއަށް އުމުރަށް ނާދަވޭގޮތަށް ފޮނުވާލުމުގެ ނުކުތާ ވަނީ ފޮހެލާފައެވެ.
މިއާއި ދެކޮޅަށް ބުނާ ބޭފުޅެއް ހުއްދަދެވެނީ ވަކި ތަންތަނަކުން ކިޔަވައިގެން ތިބި ބަޔަކަށް ކަމަށް ބުނެފާނެއެވެ. އެހެނަސް ޙަޤީގަތަކީ ޖަމިއްޔަތުއްސަލަފުގެ ރައީސް، ލޮބުވެތި އަޚް އައްޝެއިޚް އަބްދުﷲ ބިން މުޙައްމަދު އިބްރާހީމް ވިދާޅުވި ބަސްފުޅެވެ. ޝެއިޚް އެންމެ ހަރުކަށިކޮށް ބަޔާންކުރެއްވީ މިޤަވާޢިދުގެ ދެވަނަ މާއްދާގެ (ރ) ގައި ހިމެނޭ ނުކުތާއަށެވެ. އެއީ އިސްލާމިކް މިނިސްޓްރީއިން ފެންނަ ބަޔަކަށް (ކިޔެވުމުގެ މިންގަނޑާއި ތަނުގެ ޤަވާޢިދަށް ނުބަލައި) ދީނީ ހުއްދަ ދެވިދާނޭކަމަށެވެ. އަދި އިސްލާމިކް މިނިސްޓްރީއަކީ މުސްތަޤިއްލު ތަނަކަށް ނުވާހިނދު އެއިރެއްގެ ސަރުކާރުގެ ނުފޫޒާއި އެއްގޮތަށް މިހުއްދަ ބޭނުންވާ ބަޔަކަށް "ޢައިރު މުސްލިމަކަށް" ވެސް، މީގެ ދަށުން ދެވިދާނެކަމަށް ޝެއިޚް ޢަބްދުﷲ ބަޔާން ކުރައްވައި ކަންބޮޑުވުން ފައުޅު ކުރެއްވިއެވެ.
އެހެންކަމުން މިބަޔާންވެވުނީ "ދީނީ އެއްބައިވަންތަކަމުގެ ޤާނޫނު" ގެ ނަމުގައި އަބޫ ޒުބައިދާ ވިދާޅުވި "ފުރަތަމަ ފިޔަވަހި" ތަންފީޛުކުރުމުގެ ގޮތުން އިތުރުކޮށް އަދި ފޮހެ "ކޮށާ މަށާ" ފައިވާ ނުކުތާތަކެވެ. ވިސްނާ ފިކުރުކުރާބަޔަކަށް ﷲ މަގުދައްކަވައެވެ.
ޝިއައީންގެ ޙަޤީޤަތަށް ބަލާއިރު، އެއުރެންނީ ކައުއިތުރު ޞަހާބީންނަށް ހަޑި ހުތުރު ބަސް އިއްވައި ފާޅުގައި އެއްޗެހިގޮވާ ބަޔެކެވެ. އަދި އަހަރެމެންގެ މަންމާފުޅު ޢާއިޝާ رَضِىَ اللَّهُ عَنْهَا އަކީ ފާޖިރު ބޭކަނބަލެއްކަމަށް ބުހުތާނުހަދައި، އަބޫ ބަކުރު، ޢުމަރު އަދި އުޘްމާނު – رَضِىَ اللَّهُ عَنْهُم ގެ މައްޗަށް ކުފުރާއި ބަދުބަހާއި މުޑުދާރުގޮވުން ގޮވާ ބަޔެކެވެ. ހަމަ މިފަދައިން ރަޝާދު ޚަލީފާއަށް އީމާންވާ ކުލަބުގެ މެންބަރުންނަކީވެސް އަބޫ ހުރައިރާ رَضِىَ اللَّهُ عَنْهُ އާއި އެނޫން ބޭފުޅުންނަށް ދޮގުބަސް ބުނެ އައިބުބުނާ ބަޔެކެވެ. ސަރުކާރުން ފުރަތަމަ ފިޔަވަހީގެ ތެރޭ މިކަންކަން ދިވެހިންތެރޭ ޢާންމު ކުރަން ޖެހެއެވެ. އެއީ އިހު ބުނެވުނު ޝިޢައީ އަދި އެނޫންވެސް "ސުންނަތްޖަމާޢަތާއި" ޚިލާފު ބައިގަނޑުތަކުގެ ދާޢީންގެ ބޭނުންކޮށްގެނެވެ. މިބައިމީހުން ދިވެހިފަސްގަނޑުގައި ކައު އިތުރު ޞަހާބީންނަށް މިބަސްތައް ރައްދުކުރުވައި ޢާންމުކުރުމުގެ ފުރުސަތު ދިނުމުގެ ގޮތުން އަންނިވި ނުކުތާ ފޮހެލާފައިވެއެވެ:
"ކީރިތި ރަސޫލާގެ އަޞްޙާބު ބޭކަލުންނަށް ... އިހާނާތްތެރިވާ ފަދަ އެއްވެސް ޢަމަލެއްކުރުން ނުވަތަ ބަހެއް ބުނުން ނުވަތަ އެއްޗެއް ކުރެހުމަކީ މަނާކަމެކެވެ."
ދީނީ މިފަދަ ބޮޑު ނުބައި ޢަޤީދާތައް އެންމެ ފަސޭހައިން ފެތުރުމަށް ބޭނުން ކުރެވޭނޭ އެއްޗަކީ މީޑިއާއެވެ. އެއީ އެމީޑިއާ ބޭނުންކޮށްގެން ވަކިބަޔެއްގެ ފިކުރިއްޔާތު މަތިވެރިކޮށް އަނެއްބަޔެއް ނިކަމެތިކޮށް، ޙާއްޤާއި ބާޠިލު އޮޅުވައި މީހުންގެ ސިކުނޑިތަކަށް އެ ބާޠިލު ދާއިމީ ގޮތަކަށް ފޯރުކޮށްދެވޭނޭ އެންމެ ބޮޑު ވަޞީލަތަކީ މިއީ ކަމަށްވާތީއެވެ. މިގޮތުން ޞަހާބީންގެ މައްޗަށް ނުބައި އެއްޗެހި ގޮވުމަށްޓަކައި އަންނަނިވި ނުޤުތާ އުނިކޮށްފައިވެއެވެ:
"...ޞަޙާބީއަކަށް ... ފުރައްސާރަކޮށްފައި ހުންނަ ޕްރޮގްރާމްތައް ދެއްކުން ނުވަތައަޑުފެތުރުމަކީ މަނާކަމެކެވެ."
ދެން އަންނަނިވި ނުކުތާ އުނިކޮށްފައިވެއެވެ:
"މާތްﷲ އަށް ނުވަތަ ކީރިތި ރަސޫލާ އަށް ނުވަތައެކަލޭގެފާނުގެ ޞަޙާބީއަކަށްނުވަތަ ކީރިތި ޤުރްއާނަށް ނުވަތަ ކީރިތި ރަސޫލާގެ ސުންނަތަށް ނުވަތަ އިސްލާމްދީނަށް ފުރައްސާރަކޮށް ... އިންޓަނެޓް ވެބްސައިޓް ނުވަތަ ބްލޮގް ނުވަތަ ނޫސް މަޖައްލާ ފަދަ ވަސީލަތެއް މެދުވެރިކޮށް ޝާއިޢުކުރުމަކީ މަނާކަކެމެވެ."
އަޅުގަނޑު މިޔަށް ކޮމެންޓެއްވެސް ދޭކަށް ބޭނުމެއް ނޫނެވެ. ކުރުގޮތަކަށް ނަބިއްޔާ صَلَّى اللَّهُ عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّمَ އަށް ޢައިބު ފޮޓޯތައް ދިވެހި ނޫސް މަޖައްލާތަކުގައި ޢާންމުވުމަކީ އެކަށީގެން ގޯހަކަށް ނުވެދާނެއެވެ. ނުވަތަ ﷲ އަށް ހަޖޫ ޖެހުން މިބުނެވުނު ވަޞީލަތްތަކުގައި ފާޅުގައި އަމިއްލަ ނަމުގައި ކުރުމަކީ "މަނާކަމެއް" ނޫނެވެ. މިއީ އަބޫ ޒުބައިދާ ވިދާޅުވި ފުރަތަމަ ފިޔަވަހީގެ ނިމުމެވެ. އަދި އޭގެ ކުންނެވެ. މިފިޔަވަހީގެ ނިމުމަށް އަންއިރު، ޕާކިސްތާނުގެ އަޙްމަދީންނޭ ބުނެވޭ ޣުލާމު އަޙްމަދު ކައްޒާބު ރަސޫލެއްކަމަށް ބެލި "މުސްލިމުން" ނާއި، ރަޝާދު ޚަލީފާ ކައްޒާބު ރަސޫލެއްކަމަށް އީމާން ކުރި "ތިން ނަމާދު" ގުރޫޕާއި، ޢަލީ رَضِىَ اللَّهُ عَنْهُ އަކީ އިލާހެއްކަމަށް އީމާންވެ، 2އިންޗި 2 އިންޗީގެ ކަރުބަލާ ހިލަކޮޅެއް ނަމާދުގައި ނިއްކުރި ޖައްސަން ބޭނުންކުރާ ޝިއަޢީންނާއި، ބްރޭކްޑާންސް ނަމާދުގައި ކޮށް ތަފާތުވައްތަރަށް ބަނޑިއަޅުވަމުން އައްލާހޫ އައްލާހޫ ކިޔަމުން ފުމެމުންދާ، ނަމާދު ގެޔަށް ޤަބުރެއް ވައްދައި ސަޖިދަ ޖަހައިގެން ތިބޭ ސޫފީންނަށް މިސްކިތްތަކުގައި ނަމާދު ޖަމާޢަތް ހެދުމުގެ މިނިވަންކަން ލިބޭނެއެވެ. މިއީ "ނުވާނޭ" ކަމެއްނޫނެވެ. އިޒްރާއީލާއިއެކު ސިޔާސީ ގުޅުން ޤާއިމްކުރުމަކީ 3 އަހަރު ކުރިން އަހަރެމެން ހިތަށްވެސް ނާރާ ބީރައްޓެހި ކަމެކެވެ. އެހެނަސް މިހާރު ހަފްތާއަކު ދެފަހަރު ސަރުކާރުގެ މަންދޫބުން އެތަނަށްގޮސް އިޒްރޭލީ ޖަނަވާރުގެ އުސޫލުގެ އަނިޔާވެރިން މިތަނަށް ގެނެސް ހަދާއިރު ރައްޔިތުން ތިބީ ހަމަ ނަށާލަ ނަށާލައެވެ. އެންޑީޕީ ޢާންމުންގެ ފުރަގަހުގައި އެމެރިކާއާއިއެކު އެވަހާކަތައް ދައްކައި ނިންމުމުން އެކަމާއި ދެކޮޅު ހަދާލި މީހެއްވެސް މަދެވެ. އެހެންކަމުން މީޑިއާ އާއި އެނޫން ވަޞީލަތްތަކުގެ އެހީއާއިއެކު މިކަންކަން 5 ވަރަކަށް އަހަރުތެރޭވެސް ޤާއިމް ވުމަކީ އެކަށީގެންވާކަމެވެ. މިފަދަ ނަމާދު ޖަމާޢަތްތަކަށް ހުއްދަ ދިނުމުގެ ގޮތުން އަންނަނިވި ނުކުތާ އުވާލާފައިވެއެވެ:
"ސުންނަތް ޖަމާޢަތާ ޚިލާފަށް ދިވެހިރާއްޖޭގެ މިސްކިތްތަކުގައި ނަމާދުކުރުމަކީ މަނާކަމެކެވެ."
މިފިޔަވަހި ކުރިޔަށް ދާއިރު މަޑުމަޑުން ކުރިސްޓިއަން ދީނާއި އެހެން ދީންތަކުގެ ދައުވަތުތައް ދެވެމުންދާނެއެވެ. މިކަމަށްޓަކައި އެންމެ ފުރަތަމަ ހުޅުވާލާ ދޮރަކީ ކީރިތި ޤުރުއާނުގައިވާ ޢަދާވާތްތެރިކަމުގެ ޙުކުންތައް ފޮހެލުމެވެ. މިގޮތުން ޝެއިޚް ޢަބްދުﷲ އާއި ޝެއިޚް ފަރީދު މިކަން މަނާކުރުމަށް ބަޔާން ކޮށްފައިވާ މާއްދާއާއިމެދު ނުރުހުން ފާޅުކުރެއްވިއެވެ. ޝެއިޚް ފަރީދާއި ދެކޮޅަށް އިބުރާ ދެއްކި ވާހަކައިގައި ޖަމިއްޔަތުއް ސަލަފުގެ މައްޗަށް ދޮގުހަދައި ޔަހޫދީންނާއި ނަޞާރާއިންނާއި ދިމާލަށް "ހަޑި ހުތުރު" އެއްޗެހި ގޮވުމަށް ދީނުގައި ވާކަމަށް ބުނަނީ އޭ އިބުރާ ބުންޏެވެ. އެހެނަސް މިއީ ރައްޔިތުންނަށް އޮޅުވާލަށް ސަރުކާރުން ހެދިމަކަރެކެވެ. ޙަޤީޤަތަކީ ކާފަރުންނާއި ދެމެދު އޮންނަންޖެހޭ ޢަދާވާތްތެރިކަމުގެ މައްޗަށްވާ ޙުކުންތައް ފޮހެލުމަށް މަސައްކަތްކުރުމެވެ. އަދި އެފަދަ ބަހެއް ބުނުމުގެ މިނިވަންކަންވެސް ނުދިނުމެވެ. އެނުކުތާ ގައިވަނީ "އެއްވެސް ދީނެއްގެ އަޙުލުވެރިންނާމެދު މީސްތަކުންގެ މެދުގައިރުޅިވެރިކަމާއި ނަފުރަތު އުފައްދައި... ވާހަކަނުދެއްކުން" އެވެ. ޝެއިޚް ޢަބްދުﷲ ވިދާޅުވީ މިނުކުތާގެ ސަބަބުން އަލްޙަމްދު ސޫރަތުގެ މާނަވެސް ކިޔުން "މަނާކުރެވިދާނޭ" ކަމަށެވެ. އެހެންކަމުން ލާދީނީ ސަރުކާރެއްގެ އަތަށް މިފަދަ ބާރެއް ލިބިއްޖެނަމަ މިޤަވާޢީދުގެ ދަށުން ޤުރުއާނުގެ އެތައް ތަނެއް މަނާކުރެވިދާނެއެވެ. އަދި އިޒްރާއީލަކީ ޔަހޫދީ ސްޓޭޓެއްކަމަށް ވެފައި އިޒްރާއީލަށް އެއްޗެއް ބުނުމަކީ ޔަހޫދިއްޔަތަށް އެއްޗެއް ބުނުންކަމަށްވެފައި، އިޔަހޫދީކަމަކީ އިންސާނިއްޔަތުވެސް އެކަމަކާ ދެކޮލުކަމެއް ކަމަށް ވާހިނދުގައިވެސް މިކަން މަނާކުރެވިދާނެއެވެ. އަދި މީގެ ދަށުން ފަލަސްޠީނަށްޓަކައި ކުރާ މުޒާހަރާއެއްގައި އިޒްރާއިލަށް އެއްޗެއް ބުނުންވެސް މަނާކުރެވިދާނެއެވެ.
ރާއްޖޭގެ އަދި ދުނިޔޭގެ ތާރީޚަށް ބެލިޔަސް ކުޑަކުދިންނަށް ތަފާތު ލާދީނީ އަފްކާރުތައް ފެތުރުމަށް ބޭނުންކުރާ އެންމެ ބޮޑު ބައިގަނޑަކީ ޓީޗަރުންގެ ނަމުގައި އަންނަ މިޝަނަރީސް އެވެ. އެހެންކަމުން މިފަދަ މިޝަނަރީސްއަށް ދީން ފެތުރުމުގެ ހުއްދަދީ މަގުފަހި ކުރުމުގެ ގޮތުން އަންނަނިވި ނުކުތާ ފޮހެލާފައިވެއެވެ:
"ދިވެހިރާއްޖޭގައި ކިޔަވައިދޭ ރާއްޖެއިން ބޭރުގެ މުސްލިމް ނޫން ޓީޗަރުންނާއި އެހެނިހެން މީހުން، އެމީހަކު ކިޔަވައިދޭ ސިލަބަހުގެ އިތުރުން،ސްކޫލުތަކުގައި ވެސް އަދި ސްކޫލުން ބޭރުގައިވެސް އެއްވެސް ދީނެއްގެވާހަކައެއް ދައްކައި ހެދުމަކީ މަނާކަމެކެވެ."
އެއީ މިފަދަ ޓީޗަރުންނާއި އެނޫން ކާފަރުން ގެންގުޅޭ ޞަލީބާއި ބުދުތަކާއި "އަޅުކަންކުރަން ގެންގުޅޭތަކެތި" ފާޅުވާގޮތަށް ގެންގުޅުމަށް ލުއި ދީފައިވުމުގެ އިތުރުންނެވެ.
ދެން އޮތީ ފުރަތަމަ ފިޔަވަހީގެ ފަހު ކޮޅު ތަންފީޛުކުރާނޭ ފިޔަވަހިތަކެވެ. އެހިނދުވެސް އެހެންދީނަކަށް އުޅުމުގެ މިނިވަންކަމެއް އަދި ހުޅުވައެއް ނުލާނެއެވެ. އެހެނަސް މިފިޔަވަހީ ގައިވަނީ އެއަށްޓަކައި މާހައުލު ތައްޔާރުކުރުމެވެ. އެބައިމީހުންނަށް އަޅުކަން ކުރާނޭ ފައްޅިއާއި ކިނާސާ އަޅައިދިނުމެވެ. ފަހަރެއްގައި ޓުއަރިސްޓުންގެ ނަމުގައެވެ. އަދި މިކަން ޤާނޫނު ނެރުމުގައި ވަރަށް ސާފުކޮށް ބަޔާންވެފައިވެއެވެ. އެއީ އެންމެ ފުރަތަމަ އަންނަނިވި ނުކުތާ ފޮހެލާފައިވުމެވެ:
"ދިވެހިރާއްޖޭގައި އިސްލާމްދީން ފިޔަވައި އެހެން ދީންތަކުގެ ބިނާތައް ނުވަތަ އަޅުކަން ކުރާތަންތަން ހެދުން ނުވަތަ ބިނާކުރުމަކީ މަނާކަމެކެވެ. އަދި އިސްލާމްދީން ފިޔަވައި އެހެންދީނަކަށް އަޅުކަންކުރުމަށް ނުވަތަ އެހެންދީނަކަށް އަޅުކަންކުރާތަނަކަށް ނުވަތަ އެހެންދީނަކަށް ނިސްބަތްވާތަނަކަށް ދިވެހިރާއްޖޭގައި ބިނާކޮށްފައިވާ ނުވަތަ ބިނާކުރަމުންދާ ޢިމާރާތެއް ބަދަލުކުރުމަކީ ވެސް މަނާކަމެކެވެ."
ވީމާ މިފިޔަވަހީގައި ނަޞާރާ ފައްޅިތަކުގެ "ބެލް" ތަކުގެ އަޑު ދިވެހި ބިމުން ބަންގިއާއިއެކު އިވެން ފަށާނެއެވެ... ޤަބޫލެއްވެސް ނުކުރެވެއެވެ... ހިތަށް ބިރުވެރިކަމުގެ ސިހުމެކެވެ... އެހެނަސް ދަލީލުތައް މިފެންނަނީ އެއްވެސް އޮޅުވުމެއްނެތި ހާމައަށެވެ.
އިންސާނުން ދީނުގެ އަގު އެންމެ ބޮޑަށް އެއްލާލަނީ ދުނިޔެވީ ފައިދާއަށްޓަކައެވެ. އަދި މިއީ އަހަރެމެންގެ ޢަދުއްވުންނަށް ވަރަށް ރަނގަޅަށް އެގޭ ޙަޤީޤަތެކެވެ. އެހެންކަމުން، މިފަދަ ލާދީނީ ޕުރޮގްރާމެއް ދިވެހިންތެރޭ ދިރުވޭނީ އެންމެ ބޮޑު ރޯލެއް ދެމެހެއްޓޭނީ އޭގައި މާލީ ފައިދާއެއް ލިބުމެވެ. އެއީ މިހާރު ރާވިއްކުން ހުއްދަ ކުރެވިފައިވާ ފަދައިންނެވެ. މިގޮތުން، މިފައްޅިތައް އެޅުމަށްޓަކައި ގެންނަންޖެހޭ ބުދުތަކާއި ޞަލީބުތައް ދިވެހިން މެދުވެރިކޮށް ގެނައުމާއި، ނުވަތަ ދިވެހިން އެހަދައިން ވިއްކުން ހުއްދަ ކުރުމަށްޓަކައި އަންނަނިވި ނުކުތާ ފޮހެލާފައިވެއެވެ:
"ދިވެހިރާއްޖޭގައި އިސްލާމްދީން ފިޔަވައި އެހެން ދީނެއްގެ ދީނީ ޝިޢާރެއްކަމަށް ބެލެވޭ އެއްވެސް އެއްޗެއް އުފެއްދުމާއި ވިއްކުމަކީމަނާކަމެކެވެ."
ކަންމިހެންހުރުމާއިއެކު ޖަމިއްޔަތުއް ސަލަފާއި އިސްލާމިކް ފައުންޑޭޝަން އާއި މިނޫންވެސް ދީނީ ޖަމާޢަތްތަކާއި ޢިލްމުވެރިން މިކަމާއިމެދު އަޑު އުފުއްލަވާފައިވުމަކީ އެބޭފުޅުން އަދާކުރެއްވެވި މަތިވެރި ވާޖިބެކެވެ. އަދި މިފަދަ އިސްލާމްދީނާ ޢުދުވާނު ޤަވާއިދަކުން ޢަދާލަތުޕާޓީގެ ޢިލްމުވެރިންގެ މަޖްލިސް [ބަރީއަވާ ކަން] ހާމަކޮށް ނޫސް ބަޔާނެއް ދެއްވުމަކީ އޭގައި އެއްވެސް ކަހަލަ ހައިރާނެއް ވާންޖެހޭކަމެއްނޫނެވެ. އެހެނަސް ހައިރާންވަނީ މިފަދަ ޤާނޫނަކަށް [ބަދަލެއް ނުގެންނާނޭ] ކަމަށް އަޑުއުފުލަމުން، މިބަޔާންވެވުނު ނުރައްކާތެރި ކެހިތަކަށް މޫނު އަނބުރާލައި އޭގެ ދިފާޢުގައި ތެދުވާ [ދީނީ] ޝަކަލުތަކާއިމެދުގައެވެ! އަދި މިއަށްވުރެންވެސް ބޮޑަށް އަޅުގަނޑު ހައިރާންވަނީ، ސައްތައިން ސައްތަ އިސްލާމީ ދިވެހި ރައްޔިތުން، ދީނާއި ޚިލާފަށް ފިޔަވަޅަކަށްފަހު ފިޔަވަޅެއް އަޅަމުން މިއަންނަ ނަޝީދާއި އޭނާގެ ސަރުކާރުގެ ޣައިރު ދީނީ ޢަމަލުތަކާއި ދެކޮޅަށް ނުތެދުވެ ނިދާފައި ތިބުމުންނެވެ!
އަޚުންނޭވެ! ފަހެ އަހަރެމެންގެ ކާބަފައިން އެބޭފުޅުންގެ ލޭ ޤުރުބާންކުރައްވައި އެއިން މިބިން ތެއްމާލީ މިދީނަށްޓަކައެވެ. އަލިރަސްގެފާނާއި އެބޭފުޅާއަށް ބައިޢަތުދެއްވި ސާޅީސް ޝަހީދުން ޤުރުބާންވެލެއްވީ މިއިސްލާމްކަމުގެ ދިދަ މިބިންމަތީ ވިހުރުމަށްޓަކައެވެ. އުތީމުގެ އަބްޠާލުން އެބޭފުޅުންގެ ލޭފޮދު މިދީނަށްޓަކައި މިޤައުމުގައި ނުއޮއްސެވިނަމަ މިއަދު އަހަރެމެންނަނަށް ފެނިގެން ދިޔައީ އެހެން ދިވެހިރާއްޖެއެކެވެ. މިއަނެއް ދިވެހިރާއްޖޭގެ ފާލަމަށް އަހަރެމެންގެ ޅަދަރިންގެ ޖީލު ވާޞިލުނުވަނީ މިކަމަށްޓަކައި ތެދުވަމާހެއްޔެވެ؟ މިދީނުގެ ޢިއްޒަތާއި ކަރާމާތް ދިފާޢުކޮށް އެޔަށްޓަކައި ޤުރުބާންވަމާހެއްޔެވެ؟
ﷲ އަޅަމެންނަށް މަގުދައްކަވާށިއެވެ. އަދި އަޅަމެންގެ ފާފަތައް ފުއްސަވާށިއެވެ. އަޅަމަން އެކަތި ކުރައްވާށިއެވެ. އަޅަމެންގެ ތެރޭ ޙައްޤުބަސް ވިދާޅުވާ ތެދުވެރި ޢިލްމުވެރިން ރައްކާތެރިކުރައްވައި އިޚްތިލާފީ ބައިބައިވުމުން އެބޭފުޅުން ސަލާމަތް ކުރައްވާށިއެވެ. އަދި އިސްލާމްދީނަށް މިބިންމަތީ ނަޞްރުދޭނޭ ބަޔެއްކަމުގައި އަޅަމެން ލައްވަވައި، މިދީން އަޅަމެންނާއި އަޅަމެންގެ ދަރިފަސްކޮޅުގެ މަތީން ފޮހެލުމަށް ތެދުވެފައިވާ ޚާއިނުންތައް ބަލިކުރުމަށް، އަޅަމެންނަށް ބާރުދެއްވަވާށިއެވެ. އާމީން.

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