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Muslimanska Braca su definitivno postala neprijatelj zapada

Mursi je bio toliko siguran u sebe, da je dozvolio posjetu Ahmedinedjada glavnom islamskom centru Egipta -- Al-Azhar.To je centar islamske tradicije Egipta i veliki borac protiv Salafizma, ekstremnog islama. Dugogodisnji vodje tog centra su se obracali narodu da ih obrazuju u islamu. Poucavali su ljude u cinjenici da pokrivananje lica zena nije islam, vec obicaji nekih naroda. Poucavali su ljude protiv zla, kao sto je zensko obrezivanje, sto nema nikakve veze sa islamom, vec je obicaj primitivnih africkih plemena

Cini mi se da je presao na Salafizam, i da samo govori o Otomanskom carstvu da bi pridobio simpatije naroda    to je cista demagogija

Muslimanska Braca su politicki pokret koji je verovao da se bilo koja muslimanska zemlja moze izboriti protiv stranih okupatora i porobljivaca, ako se izbori za politicku vlast. To se zove "politicki islam". Bez obzira na istovetno ime u raznim zemljama, oni NISU PAN-ISLAMISTICKI, vec nacionalisticki. Program im je baziran na sekularnim pitanjima, ne pitanjima religije.

Muslimanska Braca su NACIONALISTI, dok su SALAFISTI orudje Saudijske Arabije

Mursi je stavio odredbu u Ustav koja zahjeva da bilo koji zakon koji uvodi odredbe Serijata, mora da se prvo odobri od EGIPATSKOG SUNI ISLAMSKOG AUTORITETA, AL-AZHAR. A to znaci, da NACIONALNI EGIPATSKI SUNI ISLAM IMA PRAVO DA PONISTI ZAKONE AKO SU U SKLADU SA VAHABIZMOM, ALI NE U SKLADU SA EGIPATSKIM SUNITSKIM SERIJATOM. To je SUSTINA sukoba Salafizma, i Muslimanske Brace.

The Erosion of Noncombatant Immunity within Al Qaeda's Strategy

Small Wars Journal The Erosion of Noncombatant Immunity within Al Qaeda Carl J. Ciovacco Since its inception, al Qaeda’s treatment of noncombatant immunity has migrated from full observance to complete disregard. In just over a decade, al Qaeda transitioned from basing entire operations on the inviolable nature of noncombatant immunity to specifically targeting noncombatants. From 1991 until 2002, al Qaeda evolved through five distinct phases in its observance of noncombatant immunity. These phases transition from Phase One’s complete respect for noncombatants to Phase Five’s intentional targeting of millions of noncombatants with weapons of mass destruction. More recently, however, al Qaeda appears to be taking stock of the harm that targeting noncombatants is having on its cause. This paper will provide a phased analysis of how al Qaeda’s provision of noncombatant immunity disintegrated over time and why it may be returning today. This progression of thought and action concerning noncombatants serves as a roadmap by which to understand how and why al Qaeda made these ideological leaps. The Erosion of Noncombatant Immunity within Al Qaeda Since its inception, al Qaeda’s treatment of noncombatant immunity has migrated from full observance to complete disregard. In its evolving mission from fighting the Soviets in Afghanistan in the 1980s, to apostate Muslim regimes in the 1990s, to its current fight against the West, it has employed a variety of tactics in its conduct of war. Against the Soviets and Muslim regimes of Middle East, Northern Africa, and South East Asia, al Qaeda limited its use of force to combatants and government officials. However, in its current fight against the West, and more specifically America, it has shifted its tactics to the targeted killing of noncombatants. What has caused this great shift and departure from past deference to noncombatant immunity? In just over a decade, al Qaeda transitioned from basing entire operations on the inviolable nature of noncombatant immunity to specifically targeting noncombatants. From 1991 until 2002, al Qaeda evolved through five distinct phases in its observance of noncombatant immunity. These phases transition from Phase One’s complete respect for noncombatants to Phase Five’s intentional targeting of millions of noncombatants with weapons of mass destruction. Fortunately, for the purposes of better understanding this phenomenon, al Qaeda has published much of its reasoning behind its actions. Perhaps more than any other warring party in history, al Qaeda has shared its strategy, tactics, views, and even vulnerabilities for the entire world to see in the global media. 1 It is through these rare glimpses into the psyche of al Qaeda that we can better understand why this shift happened. By placing this shift into five finite phases, we can learn more about the driving factors for the erosion of noncombatant immunity within al Qaeda. Background Before diving into the analysis of the five-phase transition of al Qaeda with respect to noncombatant immunity, it would be prudent to briefly explore two background areas: the leader of al Qaeda, Osama bin Laden, and the Islamic Just War ethic. These areas are critical to understanding how bin Laden sees the world and what constraints he operates under when using the cover of Islam for his legitimacy. The contextual importance of understanding the many facets of Islam with respect to war, jihad, and noncombatants cannot be overstated...

Case Study Political Geography and Al Qaeda Terrorism - Cengage ...

Case Study Political Geography and Al Qaeda Terrorism Why do the Islamic fundamentalists in general—and followers of al Qaeda in particular—resort to terrorist tactics against Americans and other Westerners around the globe? This question has haunted Americans since 9/11 and prompted a host of antiterrorist policies throughout the world. Much has been written and spoken on the subject, and more will be written and spoken in the years ahead. Political geography offers a frame of reference to learn about al Qaeda and other militant Islamic groups and their anti-West, anti–U.S. posture. To explore the point of view propounded by Osama bin Laden and others, this case study uses the five levels of analysis introduced in chapter three, examined here from a geopolitical perspective. The five levels of analysis are the: 1) international system, 2) regional, 3) state, 4) substate (tribal groups), and 5) individual. From the international system perspective, consider the following historical context of al Qaeda’s militant Islam. Militant Islamic fundamentalists and followers of Islam are heirs to one of the great civilizations of the world. While today’s Arab Muslims and non-Arab Muslims are in a dire crisis of underdevelopment, poverty, and oppression, yesterday’s Arab Empire was larger than the Roman Empire. The Arab Empire flourished during the seventh through thirteenth centuries. It was truly spectacular (Figures 8.9a and 8.9b). Its achievements—in art, literature, architecture, mathematics, philosophy, medicine, trade, and finance— were profound not only in their time; they left their mark on modern civilization. Moreover, in that era, Muslims, Jews, and Christians coexisted peacefully. Non-Muslims were assured of considerable freedom as well as cultural and intellectual autonomy, as long as they paid a tax. The political geography of the time was dominated by Islam. Then came the eleventh century Crusades, followed by Western colonialism and violent European intervention in the Middle East, creation of the state of Israel in 1948, Western-driven globalization, Westernized greedy rulers and their police states. The twentieth century stands in stark contrast with the glory years of the Arab Empire— and it was an utter disaster from the Arab/Muslim perspective. Elite Middle East rulers, backed by the United States,...

RELEVANSI BUKU PELAJARAN DENGAN STANDAR ISI ...

RELEVANSI BUKU PELAJARAN DENGAN STANDAR ISI KURIKULUM MI/SD KELAS IV (TELAAH BUKU PELAJARAN IPS TERBITAN ERLANGGA DAN YUDHISTIRA) Diajukan kepada Fakultas Tarbiyah dan Keguruan Universitas Islam Negeri Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta untuk Memenuhi Sebagian Syarat Memperoleh Gelar Sarjana Strata Satu Pendidikan Islam pemah diajukan untuk memperoleh gelar kesarjanaan di suatu perguruan tinggi, dan skripsi saya ini adalah asli hasil karya atau penelitian sendiri bukan plagiasi dari hasil karya atau penelitian orang lain. Demikian surat pernyataan ini saya buat dengan sesungguhnya agar dapat diketahui oleh anggota dewan penguji. Sudah dapat diajukan kepada Program Studi PGMI Fakultas Tarbiyah dan Keguruan UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta sebagai salah satu syarat untuk memperoleh gelar Sarjana Strata Satu dalam bidang Pendidikan Islam. Dengan ini kami mengharap agar skripsi / tugas akhir saudara tersebut di atas dapat segera dimunaqosyahkan. Atas perhatiannya kami ucapkan terima kasih. ‫َﻧﺎﺼﺣوْاﻔ ِاﻠْﻌﻠْم،وﻻﻴَﻜْﺘمْﺒﻌْﻀﻜمْﺒﻌْﺿﺎ، َ ِن ِﻴ َ َ ً ِﻰاﻠْ ِﻠْ َِ َدﻤنْﺨِ َﺎ َ ٍ ِﻰا‬ ‫ﺘ َ َ ُ ﻰ ِ ِ َ َ ُ َ ُ ُ َ ً ﻓﺈ ّﺨ ﺎﻨﺔﻓ ﻌ مأﺸ ّ ِ ﻴ ﻨتﻓ‬ ُ َ (‫ﻠْ َﺎل)أﺑوﻨﻌﻴم‬ ِ ‫ﻤ‬ “Saling berlakulah jujur dalam ilmu dan jangan saling merahasiakannya. Sesungguhnya berkhianat dalam ilmu pengetahuan lebih berat hukumannya daripada berkhianat dalam harta.” (HR. Abu Na’im)...

DAFTAR BUKU PELAJARAN SEMESTER GANJIL TAHUN 2012/2013

DAFTAR BUKU PELAJARAN SEMESTER GANJIL TAHUN 2012/2013 SEMESTERMATA1 PELAJARAN NO 1 Pendidikan Agama Islam 1 2 Bahasa Indonesia 1 BUKU PEGANGAN UTAMA BUKU PENUNJANG Pend. Agama Islam (H. Syamsuri; Erlangga) Buku Sekolah Elektronik (Dinas Panduan belajar Bahasa & BASIS Bahasa Indonesia (Tika Pendidikan DKI) Sastra Indonesia 1 (Ales Hatikah: Erlangga) Suyanto; Essis) 3 Bahasa Inggris 1 Buku Sekolah Elektronik (Dinas Hemisphere 2 (Diana Renn, Pendidikan DKI) Scott Cameron: Mc. Graw Hill) 4 Matematika 1 5 Fisika 1 6 Kimia 1 7 Biologi 1 8 Ekonomi 1 9 Sosiologi 1 10 Geografi 1 Buku Sekolah Elektronik (Dinas LKS Matematika 1 (guru Pendidikan DKI) matematika SMA 78) Buku Sekolah Elektronik (Dinas Physics 1 (Marthen K: Pendidikan DKI) Erlangga), atau Fisika SMA 1 (Supiyanto: Erlangga) Buku Sekolah Elektronik Pendidikan DKI) Buku Sekolah Elektronik Pendidikan DKI) Buku Sekolah Elektronik Pendidikan DKI) Buku Sekolah Elektronik Pendidikan DKI) Buku Sekolah Elektronik Pendidikan DKI) ...

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Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang Arsip Berita bipa.umm.ac.id "Kemendikbud harus awasi ketat buku pelajaran sekolah" Tanggal: 2012-09-21 Ilustrasi (ist) Jakarta (ANTARA News) - Satuan Tugas Perlindungan Anak (Satgas PA) mengatakan, Kementerian Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan (Kemendikbud) harus melakukan pengawasan ketat terhadap buku-buku pelajaran sebelum masuk ke sekolah, sehingga materi-materi yang tidak sesuai dengan norma tidak mempengaruhi anak didik. "Kemendikbud harus segera berbenah dan melakukan pengawasan ketat," kata Ketua Satgas PA M Ihsan, di Jakarta, Jumat. Hal itu disampaikan terkait munculnya gambar artis film dewasa, Miyabi di buku LKS SMP di Mojokerto, Jawa Timur. Foto artis Jepang itu muncul pada LKS Bahasa Inggris kelas tiga SMP Islam Brawijaya. Menurut Ihsan, Kemendikbud lagi-lagi kecolongan, sebab sebelumnya juga muncul cerita tentang poligami di buku pelajaran siswa SD di Jakarta. Cerita poligami "Bang Maman Dari Kali Pasir" tersebut, sempat menghebohkan beberapa waktu lalu. Menurut Ihsan, kasus tersebut harus menjadi pelajaran bagi Kemendikbud untuk membuat kebijakan dan lembaga pengawas materi pelajaran sekolah, sehingga semua materi harus melalui rekomendasi lembaga pengawas sebelum masuk ke sekolah. "Kita menyadari bahwa banyak kebijakan yang dijadikan rujukan dalam penyediaan buku dan bahan bacaan siswa. Untuk menyelamatkan siswa dari pengaruh negatif dan misi tersembunyi yang sengaja masuk ke sekolah-sekolah, maka Mendikbud harus segera berbenah dan melakukan pengawasan ketat," tambah dia. Jika tidak ada respon dan langkah kongkrit menyikapi lemahnya sistem pengawasan materi pelajaran di sekolah, Presiden harus menegur dan meminta pertanggungjawaban dari Menteri Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan. Hal itu sebagai bentuk komitmen pemerintah terhadap kepentingan terbaik bagi anak Indonesia, dan melindungi anak Indonesia dari pengaruh negatif yang sengaja merusak generasi penerus bangsa...

Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb - Carnegie Endowment for ...

• Carnegie PAPERS Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb: Algerian Challenge or Global Threat? Jean-Pierre Filiu The threat of al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb must be addressed through increased regional and international cooperation. Jean-Pierre Filiu is a professor at the Paris Institute of Political Studies (Sciences Po, Middle East department) and the author of Apocalypse in Islam (forthcoming, University of California Press). Summary Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb, established in January 2007, is the latest in a long line of Algerian jihadi groups. Like many terrorist organizations, AQIM enjoys global media exposure on activist Internet sites, but unlike other al-Qaeda franchises, it has managed to maintain its indigenous leadership. The group has become known for fearsome suicide attacks, which were previously unheard of in Algeria, but has failed to incorporate the jihadi outfits from neighboring Morocco and Tunisia. AQIM has therefore focused on the northern Sahara, carving out safe havens and threatening weak government forces, first in Mauritania, and now increasingly in Mali. At the outset, AQIM’s global strategy was based on the triangular dynamic of the Middle East (where Iraq serves as a magnet for potential recruits), North Africa (where the group functions as a regional jihadi recruiting hub), and Europe (where it pursues aggressive propaganda against the French and Spanish “Crusaders”). The demise of al-Qaeda in Iraq jeopardized this grand design, undermining AQIM’s capabilities on both sides of the Mediterranean, but although it primarily targets Western “Crusaders” in its own Algerian and Saharan environment, AQIM remains wedded to a global agenda. The threat of AQIM must be contained, and hopefully, ultimately eradicated. Algeria and the other targeted states have a long record of fighting similar jihadi networks, but they cannot confront transnational movements without international cooperation. To address this threat, regional security organizations can enhance much-needed bilateral exchanges among law enforcement and intelligence agencies. Additionally, the countries implementing the UN global strategy against terrorism should focus considerable attention on North Africa and the Sahel, where the threat is on the rise, but not yet out of control.alongside posters of film stars and boxes of Barbie dolls, the popularity of Bin Laden’s photograph surely says nothing about that of the jihad he advocated. His celebrity status, I imagine, has more to do with the fact that Osama bin Laden was dignified by America as her greatest enemy and had thus gained a degree of infamy with little connection to Pakistani concerns. He had become just another iconic commodity to his fans. Of course Al-Qaeda’s spectacular attacks, notably those of 9/11, were impressive enough to win it a certain admiration, sometimes for aesthetic as much as religious or political reasons, but it is not clear how much of this translated into material support. And today even antiAmerican sentiment among Muslims appears to have abandoned global terrorism as its model and moved in other directions. It is only the US public that continues to be mesmerised by Osama and his gang, which is appropriate enough given that they had always been a factor of America’s domestic politics...

Klik Disini - Al Kausar Boarding School

Kegiatan & Prestasi Murid Kabar Al Kausar 2013 TIM REDAKSI Penanggung Jawab : Supriyatin, S.Si (Kepala SMP Internat Al Kausar, SMA Insan Cendekia Al Kausar) Kabar Al Kausar 2013 S VISI & MISI Visi “Menjadi Sekolah Terbaik yang Menghasilkan Calon Pemimpin Masa Depan yang Berkepribadian Islami, Menguasai IPTEK, Trampil dan Mandiri” Misi • Membimbing peserta didik untuk Fasilitas Sekolah memahami ajaran Islam secara komprehensif agar memiliki komitmen dalam menjalankan serta memperjuangkan ajaran Islam. • Membantu peserta didik men- Fasilitas Asrama Puteri jadi pribadi yang mencintai ilmu pengetahuan dan teknologi,berkembang secara optimal dan menerapkannya untuk diri danlingkungannya. • Menyelenggarakan sistem pendi- Fasilitas Kolam Renang dikan yang mendukung tumbuhkembangnya jiwa kepemimpinan dan keterampilan hidup bagi peserta didik. • Membangun citra sekolah sebagai mitra terpercaya di masyarakat...

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