Sunday, 30 March 2014



Malaysia Islamic Development Department Requests to Block Spreading of Shia as a Threat to Muslims' Faith

Malaysia Islamic Development Department Requests to Block Spreading of Shia as a Threat to Muslims' Faith
SHAFAQNA (International Shia News Association) - The Islamic Development Department (Jakim) has been urged to make a blocking request of social sites allegedly threatening the Muslims' faith to the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia (MCMC).

Deputy Communications and Multimedia Minister Datuk Johari Gilani said the MCMC could block sites spreading the Shia and anti-hadis (Prophet's sayings) beliefs upon Jakim's requests.

He said this was because Jakim was the authority on Islam like the Home Ministry on internal security.

The MCMC is ready to cooperate with the police and other enforcement agencies to deter social media abuse that could divide Muslims such as deviationist and anti-hadis beliefs," he told reporters after presenting school uniforms at Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Manir here today.

He was commenting on an uproar caused by controversial scholar Kassim Ahmad who claimed that Islam in Malaysia is being abused ulama (religious scholars) through a "priesthood caste" system, Prophet Muhammad need not be glorified as he was merely a God's messenger, and hair is not part of women's aurat (parts that should be covered).

Johari said the Information Department and Broadcasting Department would intensify campaign to curtail Shia and anti-hadis movements from gaining more ground.
Monday, 10 March 2014 07:17

Malaysia Arrests about 200 Shia Muslims Celebrating Birthday of Sayeda Zainab

SHAFAQNA (Shia International News Association) – About 200 individuals, believed to be followers of the Shiite Muslims arrested in Perak, in a joint operation of the Perak Islamic Religious Department (JAIP) with local police last night. Top Malaysian Shiite figure, Abdul Aziz Mohd Kamilzuhairi, who was arrested said the arrests were amid the celebration of the birthday anniversary of Imam Ali's daughter, Hazrat Zainab (A). "Among the detainees were also children and women" he said.

He added that after being detained they all brought to the police headquarters (IPD) long before being released. Their detentions were made under the Syariah Criminal Procedure (Perak) 20014, according to Mohd Nasir Sahari. "All of the detained JAIP asked to appear next month on different dates.
Saturday, 25 January 2014 20:08

Malaysia's reformist: Leave sectarianism out of Islam

Malaysia's reformist: Leave sectarianism out of Islam
SHAFAQNA (International Shia News Association) - If you are to win against overwhelming odds, overcome any trials and tribulations, achieve set goals against overwhelming odds and attain success even as others fail around you, it is necessary to look within your self.

Look within yourself and recognise your strengths and weaknesses, deal with them and from there, go towards the goal you covert.

I want to speak as a Malay about where the Malays are at in Malaysia today on the Sunni-Shia issue.

I want to speak not as a Malay of any particular political inclination nor of any religious sect – Sunni or Shia, but simply as a Malay who now finds a nation that is about to be torn asunder because politicians are prepared to advanced their own selfish political agenda against the interest of anyone or anything else – and most of all, against the interest of the Malays.

And these politicians doing the dirty deeds are Malays who tell us that what they are doing is in the interest of the Malays, for the Malays and of the Malays!

Nothing can be further from the truth.

There are Malays who have been disadvantaged because of their political persuasion and then there are Malays who have been advantaged because of their political persuasion.

And now Umno speaks of the Shias and Sunnis

And now as if all that has been done to divide and rule the Malays has not been enough, Malay political leaders from Umno now speak about the Shias and the Sunnis in a way that accentuates their differences rather that talk about what holds Muslim together.

Is it not enough that there are Malays in Kelantan who have been economically disadvantaged because of their support for PAS?

Is it not enough that there are Malays who today have been prosecuted, harassed and jailed because of their political inclinations?

There will soon be Malays who will be prosecuted and disadvantaged because their idea of Islam runs contrary to what Umno wants to impose upon all Malays.

Many of the troubles in this world are in Muslim majority countries where Muslims cannot live with other Muslims – and their solution is to kill each other.

In Iraq, Syria, Somalia, Sudan, Lebanon, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen, Nigeria, Chechnya and Libya there are violent armed conflicts involving Muslims consumed by sectarian warfare, terrorism and civil war.

Yes, for the infidels this is amusing…leave the Muslims to kill each other… but for Muslims it is a deadly business.

My worry is that Umno is leading Malaysian Muslims down the same path of mayhem and destruction that Muslims the world over are now familiar with.

The Quran dictates: “If two groups among believers fight each other, make peace among them. And if one of them transgresses against the other then you fight the one who has transgressed until it comes to Allah’s verdict. If it returns (to peace) then you mediate between them and (make peace) justly. And be (sure that you are) fair, for Allah loves only those who are fair.” (Qur’an; 49:9)

All Muslims agree that Allah is the only God and Muhammad his messenger. All Muslims follow the five pillars of Islam and share one holy book – the Quran.

Saturday, 15 February 2014 21:10

Malaysia: Judge Dismisses Charges Against Three Shia Muslims

Malaysia: Judge Dismisses Charges Against Three Shia Muslims
SHAFAQNA (International Shia News Association) - Three Shia Muslims charged in an Islamic religious court with violating an edict that says only the Sunni branch of Islam can be promoted in Malaysia have been let off on technical grounds, potentially easing fears of further prosecution.

According to the men’s lawyer, Aminuddin Zulkipli, the judge found the wording used in the charge sheet filed by the prosecution defective. The judge discharged the men on Wednesday, but they have not been acquitted.

Their case is one of several others that have recently raised concerns and complaints from some Shiites that they are not allowed to freely practice their faith in Malaysia, where around two-thirds of the 28 million people are Muslim – the vast majority of them Sunni.

In September, Abdul Manap Abdul Hamid, Idris Mat Desa and Abu Bakar Ahmad, were arrested by religious authorities during separate raids on their homes in Perak state and found to have in their possession books and other items related to Shia teachings and practices.

All three men were later charged in the Sharia Lower Court for violating a 2012 edict – or fatwa – set by Perak’s local fatwa council. The men pleaded not guilty to all the charges.

The Perak fatwa echoes one issued by the National Fatwa Council in 1996, which says that Muslims in Malaysia should only follow Sunni teachings and prohibits the possession, publication or distribution of material contrary to those teachings. The fatwa has since been adopted by 11 of Malaysia’s 14 states.

On Feb. 12, the judge overseeing the case ruled that two of the charges – transgress and disobey – did not make clear what the accused were charged with and were thus defective, said Mr. Aminuddin. The judge has the power to instruct the prosecutor to amend the charges and then refile, though he did not.

The release of the three men comes just weeks after two other Shia followers arrested last August for violating the same fatwa were discharged on similar grounds. Another Shia arrested in Pahang state in September and charged for violating the fatwa, is still awaiting trial. He has pleaded not guilty.

Malaysia’s constitution names Islam as the state religion, but it does not differentiate between Sunni and Shiite and also includes clauses that honor religious freedom. Over the past year, however, there have been a growing number of legal actions taken against the Shia and other minority religions in the country.

Many Muslim scholars and government officials say they promote the Sunni branch of Islam as called for by a religious edict to keep peace between the two faiths.

“We can have differences of opinion when it comes to politics, but when it comes to the question of faith, we cannot,” as it could “break up the Muslim community,” the Minister of Home Affairs, Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said during a press conference last December.

Mr. Ahmad, who has the power to ban books considered a threat to security, also acknowledged authorizing a ban on materials related to Shia Islam.

The recent series of raids and arrests, which began in August, eventually caught the attention of Shia Rights Watch, an independent religious rights organization based in Washington DC and dedicated to protecting Shia followers around the world.

On Dec. 15 the group appointed Dr. Mohd Faizal Musa, a fellow at the National University of Malaysia who has done extensive research on Shia Islam in Southeast Asia as its special rapporteur charged with monitoring respect for human rights in Malaysia.

Since his appointment, Dr. Faizal has met with Paul Low, the minister in the Prime Minister’s Department charged with human rights, to push for discussions between representatives of Malaysia’s minority Shia community and various religious and government officials.

Mr. Low acknowledged that such a meeting took place in December but has declined to comment further.

The same month, Othman Mustapha, the director-general of Malaysia’s Department of Islamic Development, part of the Prime Minister’s Department, told national news agency Bernama that the spread of Shia teachings in Malaysia was worrying.

“It is like a cancer that needs to be prevented from spreading in the best possible way, before it becomes worse – to the point of being a threat to Muslim unity,” he said.

 Wednesday, 19 February 2014 04:25

Could Malaysia Be Facing Shia-Sunni Conflict Over Religion?

Could Malaysia Be Facing Shia-Sunni Conflict Over Religion?
SHAFAQNA (International Shia News Association) - A recent court case suggests that tensions may also be rising between Sunni and Shia Muslims. Three men were charged for promoting Shia Islam within Malaysia, but the charges were dropped last week. They were let off due to a technicality resulting from the prosecutors filling out a form improperly.
Most of the attention on growing religious tensionsin Malaysia has focused on Christian-Islamic relations. Relations between Malaysia’s three major races, the Chinese, Malay, and Indians, also eats up a lot of headlines.  Now, even Malaysia’s Islamic community is becoming increasingly divided. Besides the Sunni-Shia split, moderate and conservative Muslims are also frequently at odds.

Shia-Sunni split due to historical divide over leadership

Shia and Sunni Islam share the same fundamental beliefs in the central tenets of Islam. In fact, the break between the two branches originally started more as a political disagreement, rather than a religious one. In short, when Mohammad the Prophet died, Shia and Sunni Muslims became divided over who should take lead of the Islamic community.
Shias believed that leadership should have been passed down along hereditary lines, giving leadership to Mohammad’s son-in-law and cousin, Ali bin Abu Talib. Sunni, on the other hand, believed that leadership should have been passed along by someone voted into power. Most early Muslims supported the idea of a vote and elected Abu Bakr to lead the Islamic community.
The fracture between Shia and Sunni Muslims grew over time, though the Sunni faith spread far more quickly than the Shia faith. Only Iran, Iraq, and Azerbaijan feature Muslim populations that are predominantly Shia. Malaysia itself has only a small number of Shia individuals.

Persecution of Shia Muslims could create larger problems

There are not enough Shia Muslims in Malaysia to really cause a problem. While exact numbers are not available, the Shia community is believed to be quite small and lacks the voice to really stir things up. The Christian and Buddhist communities, however, do constitute significant portions of the population, and tensions between those communities and the Sunni Muslims have also been rising.
While Muslims do make up a majority of the population, Malaysia is a highly diverse society. With tensions rising, other religious have been pushing back against hard lined Muslims. And with many of Malaysia’s Muslims being relatively moderate, numbers could quickly sway in favor of the more progressive voices.

Malaysia’s religious tensions are becoming political

Tensions came to a head this past December when the three men were first tried. At the time, the Malaysia Islamic Development Department (Jakim) claimed that Shia Muslims are not even Muslims and that their teachings violate Islamic law.
At the moment, however, Malaysia’s reputation abroad as an Islamic country has been sullied by a series of puzzling actions. The most prominent misstep on Malaysia’s part has been banning Christians and others from using the word “Allah.” This move was condemned by Islamic scholars around the world.
With Malaysia’s more conservative UMNO political party suffering setbacks in recent elections, the potential for religious issues to intensify is only increasing. Malaysia has enjoyed decades of relative stability, but numerous fractures along racial and religious lines have been growing.
Now, a somewhat minor issue on the national scale could quickly blow up into something more serious. The Opposition coalition, Pakatan Rakyat, along with various progressive religious groups, could use this issue as a wedge to try to divide moderate and conservative Muslims.
With UMNO and its Barisan Nasional coalition all but dependent on the Muslim vote, this could be turned into a major advantage for the opposition. Indeed, it could be that the case itself was dropped precisely because the ruling party was worried about stirring up a hornets’ next.
Wednesday, 05 March 2014 02:30

Iranian traders boycott Malaysian goods over Umno’s anti-Shia campaign

Iranian traders boycott Malaysian goods over Umno’s anti-Shia campaign
SHAFAQNA (International Shia News Association) - An unofficial boycott of Malaysian goods by Iranian businessmen has left rubber products worth some RM2 million lying in a warehouse in the Middle East nation, a backlash against Umno;s recent anti-Shia campaign.
Azizi Ahmad, who heads the Malaysia-Iran Friendship Society, said the boycott was not endorsed by Tehran but was an initiative of individuals in Iran unhappy with the campaign to vilify Shia Islam, the predominant Muslim sect in the country.
"Since the anti-Shia campaign in Malaysia last year, Iranian businessmen refused to buy Malaysian-made products," Azizi told The Malaysian Insider in Kuala Lumpur.
Government-linked companies were also said to be facing the same problems as small businessmen like Azizi.
He said the fact that Shia followers were heavily influenced by their clerics, unlike Sunni Muslims, would put Malaysia in serious trouble in the event of any call for a boycott.
"If their clerics begin to preach that Iran should stop dealing with Malaysia, we will be in serious trouble," he said, adding that he had already heard such rumours.
Azizi said the obstacles he faced were not only in Iran but at home as well, saying some have accused him of being a Shia sympathiser because of his ties with Iran.
"I am suing an ulama for making all sorts of accusations against me. He has caused me to be ostracised and shunned," the businessman said.
Moreover, he added, his business had also been affected because of the various unsubstantiated claims by the ulama.
An official from the Iranian embassy in Kuala Lumpur admitted that trade between Malaysia and Iran had declined in the first two months of this year.
However, the official, who declined to be named, said he had not heard of any boycott on Malaysian goods from the Iranian business community.
He said the smaller trade volume could have been because of other factors like Iran’s quest to diversify trade with other countries and to source raw material elsewhere.
At the Umno general assembly last year, party vice-president Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi launched an attack on Shia followers, in what was seen as a move to implicate senior PAS leaders in that branch of Islam.
Malaysian Muslims are mainly Sunnis and have been strongly discouraged from following Shia Islam.
Local ulama have also delivered talks in mosques and surau, attacking the Shias as the enemies of Islam, while referring to the current civil war in Syria which saw Iran at loggerheads with its Gulf neighbours.
On Monday, The Malaysian Insider reported that the anti-Shia campaign by Putrajaya had taken its toll on the country's economy, costing the government millions of ringgit in losses, and forcing a minister to seek help from a PAS leader to restore ties between the two nations.
Dr Syed Azman Ahmad Nawawi, who heads PAS's international bureau, said a minister had sought his assistance on the matter, saying Iran's reaction to the anti-Shia campaign has cost Malaysia dearly.
"The biggest loser is Petronas whose oil exploration in Iran has been met with hurdles from the Iranian government, while at the same time, American firms such as Esso and Conoco are making their way into the country," added Syed Azman.
Ties have improved between Tehran and Washington, and other Western nations, following the electoral victory last year of moderate cleric Hassan Rouhani, who took over as president from Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
Syed Azman alongside other senior PAS leaders, including PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang and his deputy, Mohamad Sabu, have close ties with leaders of Islamic movements around the world, including Iran.
Apart from Petronas, the country's palm oil industry has also suffered, as Iran looks elsewhere for its needs.
Between January and November last year, Iran imported 671,384 tonnes of palm oil from Malaysia, making the Islamic republic among the biggest importers of Malaysian palm oil.
Late last year, Sheikh Jalaluddin Ash-Shoghiran, an Iraqi parliamentarian, said that the Malaysian government was the first in the world to declare officially Shias as being outside Islam. He hit out at the Malaysian authorities, although the government of Iraq, another predominantly Shia nation, did not take any action on the issue.
"Malaysian companies are happily reaping multiple projects in Iraq and many business opportunities have been specially handed to the Malaysian government.
"I do not know how the Malaysian government can reach the point of crushing diplomatic relations and defying the faith. Where is the Organisation of Islamic Conference (OIC)?" asked Jalaluddin in a YouTube video which had gone viral.
Prof Datuk Mohamad Abu Bakar, who teaches international relations at the University of Malaya, recently warned that by attacking Shia Muslims, Putrajaya risked making the country a target of rights activists accusing it of not practising intra-religious tolerance.
In 2004, Malaysia under Tun Abdullah Badawi signed the Amman Message, an initiative by the Jordanian ruler King Abdullah II, to set aside differences among followers of the many Islamic sects, including Sunni and Shia.
"Whosoever is an adherent to one of the four Sunni schools of Islamic jurisprudence (Hanafi, Maliki, Shafi’i and Hanbali), the two Shi'I schools of Islamic jurisprudence (Ja'fari and Zaydi), the Ibadi school of Islamic jurisprudence and the Thahiri school of Islamic jurisprudence, is a Muslim," read the declaration, which was also signed by among others, opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin. – March 5, 2014.

 شنبه, 09 فروردین 1393 ساعت 09:49

گزارش بارزترین تعرض های صورت گرفته علیه شیعیان در ماه مارس 2014

گزارش بارزترین تعرض های صورت گرفته علیه شیعیان در ماه مارس 2014
شفقنا(پایگاه بین المللی همکاری های خبری شیعه)- سازمان دیده بان حقوق بشر شیعه؛ گزارش ماه مارس خود با موضوع بارزترین تعرض های صورت گرفته علیه شیعیان در کشورهای مختلف جهان را منتشر کرد.
بر اساس گزارش پایگاه رسمی دیده بان حقوق بشر شیعه « shiarightswatch» در گزارش مذکور تعداد زیادی از عملیات تروریستی صورت گرفته علیه شیعیان توسط گروه های تکفیری و فعالیت های سرکوب گرانه از سوی نظام ها و دولت های استبدادگر به رشته تحریر در آمده است .
در گزارش این ماه نیز مانند ماه های گذشته از اطلاعات افراد، سازمان ها و گروه های فعال در زمینه آزادی و حقوق بشر در کشورهای مختلف استفاده شده و تعرض های صورت گرفته علیه شیعیان کشورهای پاکستان، مالزی ، بحرین، مصر، سوریه، عراق، عربستان، ترکیه و لبنان مورد بررسی قرار گرفته است.
لازم به ذکر است که در گزارش سازمان وقایع دوره زمانی 25 فوریه تا 25 مارس ثبت گردیده است.
قسمت هایی از متن گزارش به قرار ذیل است:
27/2-  « ماست گل» رهبر حزب افراطی مجاهدین پاکستانی اعلام کرد که به هدف قرار دادن شیعیان ادامه می دهد، گروه مذکور به تبعیت از آموزش های افراطی گرانه عربستانی؛ تا قبل از این بسیاری از مساجد و یتیم خانه های شیعیان را هدف گرفته بود.
28/2 – شهادت 11 مسلمان شیعه در حوادث خشونت آمیز؛  که در میان قربانیان روحانی شیعه « تقی هادی نقوی» نیز دیده می شود.
5/3- دبیر کل یکی از احزاب شیعی پاکستانی از وجود توطئه هایی جهت سلب حقوق اساسی و شهروندی  شیعیان خبر داد ،وی تاکید کرد که برخی از این گروه ها در نظر دارند تا شیعیان را به شهروند درجه دوم تبدیل کنند و آنان را از فعالیت های سیاسی و پارلمانی دور سازند.
26/2 – شهادت « جعفر الدرازی» جوان شیعه 22 ساله بحرینی، در اثر بازداشت طولانی مدت، عدم درمان و مورد شکنجه قرار گرفتن از نظر روحی و جسمی.
27/2- سر برآوردن  گروه افراطی که حامل افکاری هممچون القاعده هستند وشیعیان را تهدید می کنند
29/2- آتش زدن منزل شیخ « غازی السماک»  در منامه
3/3- تعرض به شیعیان حاضر در مراسم عزدارای  با استفاده از گاز اشک آور
4/3- دادگاه بحرینی 10 نفر از بازداشت شدگان را به حبس های 3 – 10 و 15 سال محاکمه نمود که در مجموع به 103 سال محکوم شدند.
در همین روز تلویزیون رسمی بحرین از افرادی برای مصاحبه دعوت به عمل آورد که دارای دیدگاه های ضد شیعی بودند.
5/3- ایجاد ایست های بازرسی و تفتیش در مناطقی با اکثریت شیعه، به طوری که ده ها جوان بدون هیچ دلیلی بازداشت شدند.
5/3- استخدام معلمان بیگانه، در حالی که بیش از 280 معلم شیعه بیکار  هستند.
11/3- بازداشت سه کودک شیعه در منطقه بنی جمره در شمال کشور
13/3 – تعیین حکم زندان 3 ساله برای کامل الهاشمی از علمای دینی شیعه بحرین به اتهام اهانت به پادشاه در خطبه جمعه مسجد بنی جمره
14/3- بازداشت شیخ « ریاض الحنی» از فعالان سیاسی، که بعد از بازداشت به نقطه نامعلومی انتقال داده شد.
15/3- تعرض به تابلو نوشته های دینی که به مناسبت شهادت حضرت فاطمه (س) نصب شده بودند .
این ها تنها نمونه ای از تعرض هایی هستند که روزانه علیه شیعیان بحرین روی می دهد.
28/2- تعرض به شیعیان منطقه وادی البقاع که دلیل اصلی آن سقوط 4 موشک از سوی گروه های مسلح مستقر در منطقه مرزی لبنان و سوریه بود.
15/3- شهادت یک تن از شیعیان و زخمی شدن 3 نفر دیگر در اثر پرتاب موشک در منطقه مرزی لبنان- سوریه
17/3- بازداشت دست کم 200 زن و مرد شیعه به دلیل روی آوردن به مذهب تشیع و شرکت در بزرگداشت سالروز ولادت حضرت زینب (س)؛ به این صورت مسوولین نظامی قراری صادر کردند که طبق آن، روی آوردن به مذهب تشیع در کشور ممنوع است و پیروان آن مرتد از اسلام و کافر محسوب می شوند، در حالی که پیروان سایر ادیان از قبیل بودایی و یهودی و مسیحیان دارای آزادی دینی هستند.
5/3-  یکی از اعضای شورای سلفی از وجود اقداماتی پرده برداشت که  برای برخورد با گسترش تشیع به کار گرفته شدند و درنظر دارند با تشیع در تمام استان های کشور مبارزه کنند.
8/3- « طارق السهری» از اعضای حزب نور سلفی گفت: شیعیان در تلاش هستند تا امت عربی را نابود کنند .
شیعیان کشور سوریه بیش از سه سال است که با گروه های تروریستی و افراطی مختلفی همچون الجبهه الاسلامیه و  داعش رو به رو هستند، گروه های تروریستی با هجوم به منازل شیعیان سر آنان را بریده، اعدام می کنند و یا به طور زنده دفن می نمایند؛ در این میان زنان و کودکان بیشترین گروه قربانی بودند و خسارت های زیادی به آنان وارد شد.
2/3-  برخی از منابع خبری اعلام نمودند که دیدار ولیعهد  و نائب رییس شورای وزیران و همچنین وزیر دفاع به جزایر مالدیو؛ با هدف افزایش ارتباط با مسوولین محلی و حمایت از طرح های عربستان در برخورد با شیعیان صورت گرفت.
12/3- دادگاه جزایی عربستان « زاهر الزاهر» را به 8 سال زندان، ممنوعیت از سفر به مدت 8 سال و همچنین پرداخت غرامت 30 هزار ریال سعودی محکوم نمود؛ اتهام وی درمان یکی از معترضان عنوان شد که در اعتراضات القطیف با گلوله مسوولین امنیتی زخمی شده بود.
17/3- حکم زندان 7 ساله برای « عقیل الشاخوری» به اتهام مشارکت در اعتراضات القطیف
شیعیان شهرها و مناطق مختلف همچون مدينة الصدر، خان سعد، أبو دشير، منطقه سلمان بیک، کوی العسکری، الشعب والكرادة وكراج الامانة والزعفرانية والشعلة والصدر والبياع، بابل، مدینه الحله، حی القاهره، دیالی، باب البغداد، کربلا، منطقه النصر و السلام از سوی گروه های تروریستی مورد تعرض قرار گرفتند و صدها نفر از آنان شهید و زخمی شدند.
22/3- مرقد حضرت محمد بن امام علی الهادی علیه السلام در منطقه صلاح الدین مورد تعرض قرار گرفته و دیوارهای خارجی آن فرو ریخت.
20/3- در تعرض های جدید علیه شیعیان ترکیه، رجب طیب اردوغان در مصاحبه تلویزیونی با یکی از شبکه های خبری، شیعیان را متهم به دروغ و دورویی کرد.
منبع: shiarightswatch
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More than 100 attendees of the Shia celebration in Perak were arrested by the local forces. As some activist reported women and children were also arrested.
Although they were released after hours on interrogation, the situation added to the insecurity and fear in Shia community of Malaysia. Most of the detainees are told to report to the Islamic Religious Affairs Department on specific dates latter this month.
The government of Malaysia has been pressuring Shia Muslims to stop their rituals and banned their books and educational materials from publishing. SRW has beenreportingmost up-to-date crackdown news against this population in Malaysia on its website and also released areporton the Shia rights violations last year.
The organization believes the act of the government to detain groups of Shia due to their religious believes is against human rights law and is a degrading act by the authority. The government must recognize Shia and treat them equally as they are royal citizen of Malaysia.

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Malaysian government is about to change its laws and Sharia courts to fight even stronger against Shi’im. Shia Muslim activists report Malaysian Attorney General agreed to enhance the power of the Department of Islamic Development Malaysia (Jakim). Based on this proposal the courts won’t be limited to the Sharia Law. Sharia law is based on the Islamic teachings and is imbedded in the constitution of the country.
The Attorney General of Malaysia is the principal legal adviser to the Government of Malaysia. The Attorney General is also the highest ranking publicprosecutorin the country and is also known as the Public Prosecutor. According to The Malaysian Insider news outlet the new reform to the law intends to enable the court to go beyond Sharia and take “reasonable steps to address the spread of the Shia faith and other issues involving religion”.
Shia Muslim are concerned about the change to the law that will result in more punishment for those who do not share the religion of the government. It is believed Datuk Jamil Khir Baharom and other Prime Ministers are urging human rights violation in this country and that is against Malaysian’s values. All human, regardless of their faith, must be respected.
SRW urges Malaysian government to stop any human rights violations. If there is any change is needed, it must be toward more freedom and respect and not toward more limitation and violations, says SRW.

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Mantan Muballigh Wahabi:
 Keterzaliman Fathimah Az-Zahra, Kenyataan Sejarah yang Tidak Bisa Ditolak

“Dalam penelitian saya, saya menemukan kalimat yang menarik dari Imam Fakhruddin al Razi, yang saat membacanya, membuat saya yakin bahwa kebenaran bersama Sayyidah Fatimah as. Kalimatnya adalah, ‘Aku heran, dengan adanya fakta ayat dan sabda Nabi mengenai warisan, dan penegasan dari Nabi sendiri bahwa perlunya seseorang untuk berusaha meninggalkan warisan harta dan tanah namun bagaimana mungkin Rasulullah Saw sendiri tidak mewariskan apapun untuk anak perempuannya?” 

 Keterzaliman Fathimah Az-Zahra, Kenyataan Sejarah yang Tidak Bisa Ditolak

Menurut Kantor Berita ABNA, salah seorang muballigh Yaman
yang sebelumnya berpemahaman Wahabi namun setelah mengenal mazhab Syiah dan
mempelajarinya dengan lebih detail iapun menyatakan diri beralih mazhab. Dalam
wawancara dengannya beliau berkata, “Kemenangan revolusi rakyat Iran yang
dipimpin oleh Imam Khomeini rahimahullah telah menyebabkan lebih dari satu juta
orang di Yaman beralih menganut mazhab Syiah, dan hal tersebut menunjukkan
bukti betapa besarnya pengaruh revolusi Islam Iran di kawasan ini.”

Isham Imad, pernah menimba ilmu di beberapa universitas di Arab Saudi, yang
kemudian kembali ke tanah airnya dan menjadi muballigh Wahabi. Sama halnya pada
umumnya muballigh Wahabi diapun turut menganggap Syiah sebagai ajaran sesat dan
keluar dari Islam. Namun interaksi dan ketekunannya dalam mempelajari
perbandingan antar mazhab justru mengantarkannya pada hidayah, tidak hanya
berubah mengakui Syiah sebagai mazhab yang sah dalam Islam bahkan juga beralih
ke mazhab Syiah sebagai pilihannya dalam menjalankan Islam. Tidak
tanggung-tanggung cendekiawan muslim Yaman tersebut bahkan sampai memperdalam
keyakinan Syiahnya dengan menimba ilmu di Hauzah Ilmiah Qom Iran sampai
mencapai doktoralnya dan dikenal sebagai ahli dalam bidang rijal, hadits dan

Isham Imad dalam penjelasannya mengatakan, dalam kebangkitan rakyat Yaman, umat
Syiah Zaidiyah dan umat Syiah Itsna Asy’ari satu sama lain bersatu dan saling
mengokohkan dan bekerjasama dengan umat Sunni sehingga pemamahan takfiri tidak
memiliki pengaruh di Yaman. “Saya menjadi saksi, akan betapa meluasnya dakwah
Syiah di Yaman ini. Semakin hari, jumlah pengikut Syiah semakin bertambah, dan
dakwah Syiah hari ini semakin baik dan diterima masyarakat dari waktu-waktu
sebelumnya.” Ungkapnya.

Yaman lebih dari 30 juta orang, dan diantara penduduknya memeluk keyakinan
Syiah Zaidiyah dan Itsna Asy’ari, dan menariknya setelah kebangkitan Islam di
Iran yang dipelopori Imam Khomeini lebih dari satu juta penduduk Yaman beralih
kemazhab Syiah, dan jelas hal tersebut menunjukkan betapa besarnya pengaruh
revolusi tersebut di Negara-negara kawasan.” Tambahnya lagi.

Yaman tersebut kembali melanjutkan, “Tidak bisa dipungkiri pengaruh Arab Saudi
terhadap Yaman juga tidak sedikit. Bahkan dalam tahun-tahun terakhir ini, Yaman
termasuk dalam target Arab Saudi untuk diwahabisasikan. Orang-orang terpelajar
Yaman di biayai dan dididik di Arab Saudi dan sekembalinya akan menjadi
muballigh dan da’i-da’i Wahabi. Saya lahir dan besar dalam lingkungan keluarga
yang berpemahaman Wahabi. Ayah saya Syaikh Abdur Rahman al ‘Imad dikenal
sebagai ulama Wahabi. Rumah ayah saya di Yaman adalah pusat penyebaran
pemahaman Wahabi dan banyak dari warga Yaman mengenal dan mempelajari pemahaman
Wahabi di rumah ayah saya.”

berumur 6 tahun saya sudah mempelajari aqidah Wahabi di bawah bimbingan ayah
saya dan sampai umur 30 tahun saya menjadi muballigh Wahabi yang banyak
berceramah tentang keyakinan Wahabi di banyak tempat di Yaman. Saya
menyelesaikan pendidikan universitas saya di Arab Saudi namun setelah
mempelajari mazhab Syiah dengan telaten dan jujur saya kemudian beralih menjadi
muballigh Syiah. Hari ini saya dikenal sebagai guru, penulis dan muballigh
mazhab Ja’fari dan saya merasa bahagia menjadi bagian dari dakwah hak ini.” Jelasnya.

lanjutan penjelasannya, doktor ahli dibidang hadits dan sejarah tersebut
mengatakan, "Kelompok Wahabi berusaha menisbahkan Syiah dengan sesuatu
yang tidak sepatutnya melalui media-media elektronik, kitab, majalah-majalah dan
media cetak. Mereka menampilkan wajah Syiah secara negatif, dalam gerakan ini
mereka telah menggelontorkan banyak dana untuk mencari titik kelemahan,
permasalahan dan melemparkan pandangan tidak berdasar menurut selera mereka.”

menyebarkan propaganda, berbagai tekanan, mereka berusaha menghambat mazhab
Syiah supaya asas akidah dan idealisme ajaran ini tidak tersebar dalam
komunitas masyarakat berilmu, kalangan terdidik yang berpikiran bebas dan
terbuka.” Tambahnya.

pendidikan saya, dan ketika sibuk melakukan tahkik [penelitian] atas kitab
Jahiz yang dikarang salah seorang ulama besar Ahlus Sunnah, saya menemukan
frase dari tulisan beliau yang mempertanyakan mengapa umat Islam tidak membela
hak Sayyidah Fatimah putri Nabi pasca wafatnya Rasulullah Saw. Dan fakta
tersebut tidak bisa ditolak bahwa dalam literatur ahlus sunnah sendiri terdapat
riwayat yang menukil permintaan Sayyidah Fatimah yang tidak mengizinkan Abu
Bakar dan Umar untuk menyertai proses pemakaman jenazahnya. Awalnya saya
berpikir, perbuatan Fatimah Az Zahra tersebut kekanak-kanakan dan tidak
menunjukkan kebesaran jiwanya sebagai putri Nabi, namun setelah menyelidikinya
secara mendalam bahwa ada pesan yang tersirat dari permintaan Sayyidah Fatimah
tersebut, barulah saya paham hakikat yang sebenarnya.”

penelitian saya, saya menemukan kalimat yang menarik dari Imam Fakhruddin al
Razi, yang saat membacanya, membuat saya yakin bahwa kebenaran bersama Sayyidah
Fatimah as. Kalimatnya adalah, ‘Aku heran, dengan adanya fakta ayat dan sabda
Nabi mengenai warisan, dan penegasan dari Nabi sendiri bahwa perlunya seseorang
untuk berusaha meninggalkan warisan harta dan tanah namun bagaimana mungkin
Rasulullah Saw sendiri tidak mewariskan apapun untuk anak perempuannya?”

Fathimah Az-Zahra, Kenyataan Sejarah yang Tidak Bisa Ditolak

Isham Imad berkata, "Dalam riwayat kita temukan, pada suatu hari, seorang
sahabat datang kepada Rasulullah dan berkata: Aku mewakafkan seluruh hartaku.
Rasulullah Saw tidak senang dengan pernyataan tersebut dan berkata: Engkau
mempunyai hak mewakafkan satu per tiga dari hartamu. Nabi Saw melarang
sahabatnya untuk mewakafkan seluruh hartanya, karena menginginkan sahabat
menyisakan warisan untuk keluarganya. Sekarang bagaimana mungkin Rasulullah Saw
bersabda bahwa yang ditinggalkan beliau hanya sedekah, dan tidak sedikitpun
warisan untuk keluarganya?”

pandangan seluruh manusia yang berakal, sekiranya seseorang itu ingin
mewakafkan hartanya, pertama sekali dia akan menyadari akan keberadaan dan hak
anak-anaknya, bukannya memikirkan sahabat-sahabatnya yang tidak ada
sangkutpautnya sama sekali dengan harta warisan, kecuali dalam keadaan
anak-anaknya belum mampu menjaga harta dan tanah warisan.”

keberadaan Rasulullah Saw selaku penghulu manusia-manusia yang berakal dan
berpikir rasional, bagaimana mungkin baginda berkata kepada khalifah pertama
bahwa harta yang diwariskannya adalah sedekah dan baginda tidak menyampaikan
demikian kepada anak perempuannya sendiri? Awalnya saya berkata, mungkin
Fathimah belum mampu menjaga harta, namun ketika saya teliti dan saya temukan
Rasulullah Saw memperkenalkan Fathimah Az-Zahra sebagai wanita yang paling
sempurna pengetahuannya. Oleh karena itu mustahil baginda tidak menceritakannya
kepada keluarganya sendiri."

membaca kata-kata Fakhrudin Al-Razi dengan penuh keheranan, keterzaliman Fathimah
Az-Zahra merupakan faktor paling penting yang mendorong saya kepada Syiah, dan
saya menceritakan perkara ini dalam artikel yang saya tulis 'Peranan Fathimah Az-Zahra dalam
pengertian yang mendalam'.

kitab yang ditulis oleh ulama Ahli Sunnah yang sudah masuk Syiah berjudul
'akhirnya aku temui hidayah dengan cahaya Fathimah as', beliau berkata, aku
masuk Syiah setelah membaca khutbah Fathimah Az-Zahra as. Dan
kenyataan-kenyataan yang serupa tidak sedikit. Bagi pihak Wahabi hakikat
Fathimah Az-Zahra terlalu sulit untuk diungkapkan, karena hal tersebut dapat
menggoyahkan keyakinan mereka.” Jelas DR. Isham Imad.

Isham Imad dalam lanjutan penjelasannya menyebutkan, setelah beralih ke mazhab
Syiah, beliau menjawab dan membantah buku-bukunya sendiri yang sebelumnya telah
ditulisnya di masa beliau masih Wahabi dan melancarkan kebencian dan permusuhan
terhadap Syiah. Beliau mengungkapkan bahwa dikalangan keluarganya bukan beliau
sendiri yang beralih ke Syiah, saudara laki-lakinya Hasan al ‘Imad juga telah
memantapkan hati bermazhab Syiah dan sementara menimba ilmu di kota Qom. Demikian
pula dengan tiga saudara perempuannya yang lain.

Monday, 17 March 2014 09:59

Malaysia Flight 370: The 10 big questions

Malaysia Flight 370: The 10 big questions
SHAFAQNA (International Shia News Association)-Every day brings new details and new questions surrounding the disappearance of MalaysiaAirlines Flight 370, a Boeing 777 with 239 people aboard that went missing on March 8 en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.
Here are 10 questions surrounding what we know and what we don't know:
1. What do we know about the pilots?
The pilot, Capt. Zaharie Ahmad Shah, 53, has 18,365 flying hours. He joined the airline in 1981. For a veteran 777 pilot with Shah's background, 18,000-plus total career hours in the air is normal.
Shah built a flight simulator in his home. It's somewhat common among the worldwide community of aviation enthusiasts to use online flight simulator programs to replicate various situations. Simulators allow users to virtually experience scenarios in various aircraft.
Programs can simulate flight routes, landings and takeoffs from actual airports, but pilots say they cannot replace the experience gained from real flying.
Shah is married and has three children, the youngest of whom is in her 20s and lives with her parents. He and his wife have one grandchild.
First Officer Fariq Ab Hamid, 27, joined Malaysia Airlines in 2007. He has 2,763 flying hours and was transitioning from flight simulator training to the Boeing 777-200ER.
The amount of flight time Hamid has could be a bit low for a 777 pilot flying for an American airline, experts said. But the system of pilot advancement is often faster among airlines in smaller nations. Some airlines in these countries offer cadet programs that find talented and promising young pilot candidates and offer them intensive, specialized training, experts say.
Hamid lives with his parents and some of his four siblings, according to a neighbor. A source close to the investigation told CNN that Malaysian police searched Shah's and Hamid's homes Saturday.
2. What do we know about communications to and from the plane?
Key clues about the plane have come from developments surrounding data and voice communications. The plane is equipped with a standard voice communication radio and two other kinds of communication technology: transponders and the Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System, known by the acronym ACARS.
The last known voice communication from the 777's cockpit was these words: "All right, good night."
We don't know whose voice spoke the words, but they were uttered as the plane neared Vietnamese air traffic control airspace at about the same time the transponder was shut off, according to Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak.
Because of the vital information a transponder provides, it would be highly unlikely for a pilot to shut it off. Transponders are considered reliable, but they occasionally fail, which is why there is a backup transponder.
One way to hide a plane's flight information from air traffic controllers would be to turn off the transponder. Experts give conflicting opinions about what the transponder shutoff could mean: One theory points to someone -- perhaps a hijacker -- wanting to hide the plane before changing course; another theory is the transponder could have stopped transmitting because of a catastrophic power failure.
A series of "handshakes" -- or electronic connections -- from the plane's ACARS was transmitted to satellites for four to five hours after the transponder stopped sending signals, a senior U.S. official told CNN.
ACARS includes air traffic service communications. The automated system generally sends routine messages to the airline, such as when the aircraft lifts off or lands and how much fuel it may have, he said. It can also be used to communicate text messages, for instance when the aircraft encounters turbulence. ACARS typically beams down engine parameters, temperatures, the amount of fuel burned and any maintenance discrepancies.
According to Malaysia Airlines, all of its aircraft are equipped with ACARS. "Nevertheless, there were no distress calls, and no information was relayed," the airline said.
The aircraft's ACARS was sending pings more than five hours after the transponder last emitted a signal, an aviation industry source told CNN on Friday.
These pings don't provide information about speed or altitude, but they do indicate the plane was intact for that long, since an aircraft has to be powered and have structural integrity for the ACARS to operate, the source said.
The pings were detected by satellites and were used, with radar and other data, to calculate where the plane might have traveled. A U.S. official, who spoke to reporters on condition of anonymity, said a satellite recorded electronic "handshakes" with the 777 that were later analyzed.
The information gleaned from this analysis -- which the U.S. official described as "unprecedented" -- supports the conclusion that the aircraft turned toward the west, away from the Gulf of Thailand and toward the Indian Ocean. Referring to the five- to six-hour range in which the plane may have flown after its transponder cut off, the same official said, "We believe we have the time of the loss of the airplane within an hour."
But on Saturday, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib said that "based on new satellite communication, we can say with a high degree of certainty that ... ACARS was disabled just before the aircraft reached the east coast of peninsular Malaysia."
3. Where could the plane be? What could have happened to it?
The evidence is growing that the plane flew for hours after losing contact with air traffic control.
Malaysia's aviation authorities, with agreement from U.S. and British government experts, concluded the plane's last communication with the satellite was in one of two possible corridors. One stretches from the border of Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan to northern Thailand; the other from Indonesia to the southern Indian Ocean.
The latest data and calculations provided by Malaysian officials show an arc of places the aircraft could have traveled. Because the northern reaches of the arc include some tightly guarded airspace over India, Pakistan and U.S. installations in Afghanistan, U.S. authorities believe it more likely the aircraft crashed south of India into waters outside the reach of radar, one U.S. official said.
Had it flown farther north, it would likely have been detected by radar, the official said.
A classified analysis of electronic and satellite data suggests Flight 370 likely crashed either in the Bay of Bengal or elsewhere in the Indian Ocean, CNN learned Friday.
The analysis, conducted by the United States and Malaysian governments, used radar data and satellite pings to calculate that the plane diverted to the west, across the Malay Peninsula, and then either flew in a northwest direction toward the Bay of Bengal or southwest into another part of the Indian Ocean. Malaysian military radar registered dramatic changes for Flight 370 in altitude and it cut an erratic path across Malaysia in what are some of the last known readings of its location, according to a senior U.S. official.
The same official, who is familiar with analysis of the data and declined to be identified because of the sensitive nature of the information, cautioned that this assessment is not definitive. The readings may not be wholly reliable because of the distance of the plane from the radars that detected it, the official said.
4. Couldn't a pilot just 'fly under the radar'?
Theoretically, yes. As a tool intended to keep track of what's going on in the sky, radar doesn't acquire data all the way to the ground.
Military pilots are trained to take advantage of this when they need to go undetected. But their aircraft are also equipped with terrain-evading radar and other features intended to help fighter and helicopter pilots hug the ground, said aviation consultant Keith Wolzinger of the Spectrum Group. Understandably, Boeing doesn't offer those features on its commercial airliners.
"Airline pilots are not trained for radar avoidance," said Wolzinger, himself a former 777 pilot. "We like to be on radar."
Also, unlike military craft, civilian airliners don't have gear to detect when they've been spotted on radar. So any efforts to fly undetected would be rudimentary.
5. Could the plane have landed somewhere?
One theory U.S. officials are considering, according to a Wall Street Journal report, is that someone might have taken the plane to be used for some other purpose later. So it's theoretically possible that the plane could have landed at a remote, hidden airstrip.
There are some large holes in that theory. The 777 is a big plane. It requires, at minimum, nearly a mile to land. And, says CNN aviation correspondent Richard Quest, there's the matter of getting it someplace without setting off alarm bells.
"You can't just fly a 777 and not have a radar trace," he said. One senior U.S. official, citing information Malaysia has shared with the United States, told CNN that "there is probably a significant likelihood" that the aircraft is on the floor of the Indian Ocean.
6. How likely is hijacking or terrorism in this situation?
The CIA and FBI aren't ruling it out, but authorities aren't ruling out much at this point. It's highly suspicious that the plane seems to have turned around. Those suspicions are further fueled by the loss of communications with the plane, considering the aircraft had "redundant electrical systems" that would have had to be disabled.
Robert Francis, former vice chairman of the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board, said his first thought upon hearing the circumstances of the flight's mysterious disappearance was that it blew up, but even an explosion would not be proof of terrorism.
The two men who used stolen passports to board the plane were identified by Interpol as Iranians Pouri Nourmohammadi, 18, and Delavar Seyed Mohammad Reza, 29. Malaysian investigators say neither of them has any apparent connection to terrorist organizations.
Stolen passports don't necessarily indicate terrorism. In fact, passengers flew without having their travel documents checked against Interpol's lost-and-stolen passport database more than a billion times in 2013, according to the international police organization. Among the reasons someone might use a stolen passport: to emigrate to another country, to export goods without paying taxes or to smuggle stolen goods, people, drugs or weapons.
7. Could mechanical failure explain it?
It's one of the possibilities, but less so since Najib said on Saturday that the plane's movements "are consistent with deliberate action by someone on the plane."
The absence of a debris field could suggest that the pilot might have made an emergency landing on water and the plane then sank intact, but there was no distress signal.
However, aviation consultant Kit Darby has said there might have been a power failure, and during the hour when he had backup power, the pilot was attempting to return to "the airports and a region he knows." There's also the possibility that the tail or a wing tore from the fuselage. This particular Boeing had suffered a clipped wingtip in the past, but Boeing repaired it.
Another possibility is that a window or door failed, which would cause the temperature inside the plane to drop to 60 degrees below zero, creating a freezing fog and giving crew members only seconds to don oxygen masks before becoming disoriented and then incapacitated.
8. What other theories and speculation have been offered?
Lithium batteries: Investigators are looking into the possibility that lithium batteries, which have been blamed in previous crashes, played a role in the disappearance, according to U.S. officials briefed on intelligence and law-enforcement developments. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak to the media.
If lithium batteries were being carried in the cargo hold, they could have causes a crash-inducing fire. But that would not explain other anomalies, such as why the plane appears to have turned west. A pilot's likely first instinct if lithium batteries were smoldering would have been to turn around and return to the airport of origin -- not to fly an additional five hours, said Arthur Rosenberg, an aviation expert who is a pilot, engineer and partner in the New York-based law firm Soberman & Rosenberg.
Meteor: A meteor was reported in the area around the time Flight 370 took off, but this seems to be atop a list of strange theories popping up in the absence of empirical data explaining the plane's disappearance. Given what little is known about the flight path, and the astronomical odds against such an event, a meteor strike seems like an ultralong-shot explanation.
9. What about reports that passengers' cell phones continued operating after the flight's disappearance?
When phones are disabled or turned off -- which would presumably happen after a plane crash -- calls to those cell phones go directly to voice mail. Friends and loved ones of the missing passengers, however, reported ringing when they called. Technology industry analyst Jeff Kagan says a call would connect first to a network before trying to find the end user, and the ringing sound callers hear masks the silence they would otherwise hear while waiting for the connection to be made.
"If it doesn't find the phone after a few minutes, after a few rings, then typically, it disconnects, and that's what's happening," he said.
10. Is this the first time a plane has vanished?
No. In 2009, Air France Flight 447 crashed in the South Atlantic between Rio de Janeiro and Paris during turbulent weather conditions. It took four searches and almost two years before the bulk of the wreckage and majority of bodies were recovered. The voice and data recorders weren't found on the ocean floor until May 2011.


Oleh  — Rubrik Asia - Afrika  March 30, 2014 

Teheran, — Teka-teki menegangkan mengenai hilangnya Malaysia Airlines MH370 masih menghinggapi khalayak dunia. Berbagai  teori dan spekulasipun bermunculan bak jamur di musim hujan, apalagi setelah diketahui pesawat nahas itu beralih rute ke Samudera Hindia dan wilayah lepas pantai Australia, salah satu kawasan yang paling terpencil dan sulit dijangkau manusia di muka bumi.
Misteri yang mencuat ialah mengapa pesawat nahas itu dilarikan ke sana? Publik juga layak bertanya-tanya mengapa di tengah gempita arogansi sains dan teknologi Barat yang bahkan sering berbicara tentang seluk beluk jagad raya para penguasa teknologi ternyata bungkam dan atau bahkan berlagak bingung sekian lama tentang peristiwa yang terjadi di depan pekarangan rumah sendiri? What’s going on?
Di tengah bursa teori yang ada, muncul satu teori konspirasi yang diangkat oleh media onlineJahannews Minggu (30/03). Media yang berbasis di Iran ini menyebut teori itu layak dicamkan.
Teori itu mengawali narasinya dengan menyorot peristiwa jatuhnya beberapa perangkat supercanggih milik tentara Amerika Serikat (AS) ke tangan milisi di Afghanistan. Singkat cerita, perangkat itu ditawarkan kepada Cina. Gayungpun bersambut, negeri Tirai Bambu itu antusias untuk mendapatkannya.  Transaksipun terjadi dan dibuatlah sketsa pengiriman dengan rute demi rute dari Timteng hingga Malaysia untuk barang yang bisa jadi berkenaan dengan perangkat supercanggih pesawat drone milik AS itu.
Sketsa itu dijalankan hingga jatuhlah pilihan pada nomor penerbangan 370 pesawat Malaysia Airlines sebagai proses terakhir pengiriman “durian segar” bagi Cina yang merupakan salah satu rival utama AS dalam percaturan global tersebut. Tidak ada petunjuk apakah otoritas Malaysia mengetahui perihal pengiriman barang sensitif tersebut, tapi setidaknya bukan kecil kemungkinan perangkat keamanan Malaysia memang lemah dan gagal mendeteksi masalah ini.
Di pihak lain, dinas rahasia Israel ternyata mengendus proses dan jejak pengiriman barang yang sangat dirahasiakan oleh militer AS tersebut kemudian memberitahukan kepada otoritas keamanan AS. Para agen rahasia keduanya kemudian bekerjasama untuk mencegah pergerakan barang bernilai tinggi itu menuju Cina sambil melibatkan beberapa sekutu mereka, termasuk Australia dan Inggris serta membuat skenario operasi supercanggih, rumit dan detail. Operasi pencegahan melibatkan tim yang terdiri dari sekitar enam hingga sembilan agen yang sangat terlatih di bidang keamanan.
Menurut teori ini, tim tersebut dipastikan masih akan bekerja hingga dua minggu ke depan dengan opsi membiarkan kotak hitam pesawat MH370 hilang dan terkubur untuk selamanya di dasar laut, atau mengambilnya dari kedalaman tapi setelah kehabisan baterai.
Dalam operasi pencegahan, tidak tertutup kemungkinan tim itu menggunakan identitas dan paspor palsu dalam menyamar sebagai penumpang pesawat Malaysia jenis Boeing 777 tersebut. Dua pemuda Iran yang menumpang pesawat dengan paspor hasil curian dan identitas palsu juga bisa jadi merupakan bagian dari skenario yang dijalankan. Dalam ini, dua pemuda Iran itu tidak mesti mengetahui skenario tim rahasia itu, karena bisa saja keduanya diarahkan untuk menumpang pesawat MH730 sebagai bahan persiapan yang mungkin bisa diangkat untuk penggiringan opini publik, misalnya mengaitkan Iran dengan misteri hilangnya MH730 atau minimal menekan Kuala Lumpur melalui pembuktian kelemahan otoritas keamanan dan imigrasi Malaysia.
Alhasil, MH370 terbang dari Bandara Internasional Kuala Lumpur (KLIA) sesuai jadwal dalam kondisi terpantau oleh radar Malaysia. Namun, di tengah perjalanan ke arah Vietnam kontak radar dengan pesawat itu tiba-tiba terputus dan lenyap sama sekali sebelum kemudian pesawat diumumkan hilang. Belakangan pesawat dipastikan berbelok tajam dan mengubah tingkat ketinggian.
Menurut teori yang diangkat Jahannews, tidak tertutup kemungkinan AS dan Israel sudah mempersiapkan segala sesuatu yang diperlukan dari jarak jauh untuk menyembunyikan pesawat MH370 dari deteksi radar di darat. Di dalam pesawat, para agen itu mengeksekusi rencana pembajakan dan mengendalikan pesawat sepenuhnya. Mereka memutar pesawat dari wilayah utara Malaysia ke wilayah udara Thailand menuju Samudera Hindia, tepatnya ke arah pangkalan laut AS di wilayah selatan kepuluan Maladewa. Dalam hal ini, beberapa saksi mata di Malaysia, Thailand dan Maladewa mengaku telah melihat adanya pesawat yang terbang rendah dan tidak wajar.
Pesawat itu lantas mendarat di pangkalan laut AS. Tidak jelas seberapa lama pesawat itu berhenti di situ. Yang jelas, setelah menurunkan barang muatan yang diincar, tidak ada pilihan lain kecuali memusnahkan pesawat itu beserta seluruh penumpang dan semua jejak pesawat. Buruknya cuaca di samudera belakangan mendukung upaya penghilangan jejak itu.
Hal yang paling mendesak bagi para pembajak adalah faktor waktu, karena kotak hitam masih akan aktif selama 30 hingga 35 hari sehingga harus diatur dan dikondisikan sedemikian rupa agar jangan sampai ditemukan. Sedangkan terkait penumpang, ada kemungkinan nyawa mereka sudah direnggut secara massal dengan cara mengubah tekanan udara dan pengaturan oksigen dalam ruang penumpang sebelum pesawat mendarat.
Teori konspirasi itu melanjutkan, usai menurunkan barang yang diincar, para agen menggunakan perangkat supercanggih untuk menerbangkan lagi pesawat dan mengarahkannya ke kawasan yang jauh dari koridor penerbangan internasional di wilayah selatan Samudera Hindia dan menjatuhkannya ke titik yang paling terpencil serta ekstrim dari segi cuaca, tempat yang setelah 16 hari sejak hilangnya pesawat terjadi penampakan obyek-obyek yang diduga sebagai puing-puing pesawat MH370. Temuan berdasar pencitraan satelit itu diumumkan oleh pemerintah Australia. Namun, hingga berakhirnya masa aktif kotak hitam itu tampaknya tidak akan ada informasi berarti  yang bisa didapatkan dari puing-puing. Komando pencarian puing pesawat sengaja diserahkan kepada Australia karena sebagai salah satu aktor peristiwa Negeri Kanguru itu dapat mengatur cara meminimalisir kekuatiran ditemukannya petunjuk seputar motif pembajakan pesawat.
Menurut teori ini, pemerintah Malaysia praktis terseret masuk dalam pusaran permaianan intelijen AS sehingga kerap memberikan statemen-statemen yang membingungkan dan terkesan menyembunyikan informasi penting. Kuala Lumpur terpaksa demikian untuk menutupi kelemahan kinerja otoritas keamanannya atau bisa jadi juga terlibat deal-deal tertentu dengan pemerintah Beijing. Drama demikian akan terus berlanjut hingga dua minggu ke depan, dan kotak hitam serta puing-puing yang dapat dijadikan barang bukti tidak akan ditemukan, atau ditemukan dan diambil tapi ketika kotak hitam sudah tidak aktif.
Selama masa senggang itu berbagai statemen dan informasi simpang siur dari pemerintah Malaysia dan sumber-sumber lain akan terus merebak susul menyusul untuk mengisi waktu dan mengubah arah investigasi fakta. Dalam konteks ini publik disuguhi oleh berita-berita seputar paspor palsu dua penumpang asal Iran – dengan asumsi bukan bagian dari skenario pembajakan yang sesungguhnya-, ideologi politik pilot, kontak pilot dengan perempuan beridentitas palsu dan tak dikenal dua jam sebelum penerbangan, penyelidikan mengenai tumpahan minyak di sekitar vietnam, kemungkinan pilot bunuh diri, dan entah apa lagi.
Media online Jahannews menyebutkan bahwa informasi-informasi seputar teori ini cukup kuat. Menurut media ini, meskipun informasi secara detail terlampau sulit diharapkan akurat mengingat skenario pembajakan sangat rumit dan terahasia, namun gambarannya secara garis besar sangatlah jelas dan cukup meyakinkan. (mm/jahannews)

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