Terror Against Muslims

Sep 23rd, 2006, in News, by

The Majelis Mujahidin Indonesia views the Atambua protests in a dim light.

The protests over the execution of Fabianus Tibo, Dominggus Da Silva and Marianus Riwu, which have seen the destruction of some state property by Christian mobs, are viewed by Fauzan Al-Anshari of the MMI as a form of terrorism.

Acts like that are only done by terrorists.
(Tindakan seperti itu hanya bisa dilakukan oleh teroris.)

He advised Muslims to be on guard against attacks by non-Muslims and threatened that if the police did not deal with the problem then the Muslim community would act.


35 Comments on “Terror Against Muslims”

  1. avatar Bradlymail says:

    Thanks Daniel I fully agree with you…everybody wants peace. Religions teach us to live in peace. I strongly condemn certain group of people using the religion and the name of the god for their criminal acts. They are criminal and should not live in this world. Frankly, I am moderate Muslim and many of my relatives are Christian but we still can live together in harmony. Peace to all brothers!

  2. avatar Hassan says:

    Miss Indo 07: nice to hear from you too! 😀 about me being provocative, well I guess I had a knack to argue a lot. can’t write much these days, the activities of ramadhan had occupied some of my time.

    looking forward to arguing with you in the future, hehehe!

  3. avatar Bradlymail says:

    Oh yeah! I miss Miss Indo 07 too, welcome back!

  4. avatar Agnostic says:

    There is a myth; Islam is good but some moslems are bad. Really? I don’t think so.
    Every ‘Semitic’ religion on the same ground–Judaism, Christianity and Islam, of course– has seed of evilness called fanaticism.

    Basically those worshippers of desert religion can be easily drawn to fanaticism not because they are bad people but dogmas lead them to be.

    I agree there are lots of fine personnels (like Daniel and Bradlymail here) out there who profess semitic religions, though. But think of where they are! They belong to a certain environment which makes it possible that they can think and act rather freely. Can I expect, however, the same things would happen in the opposite environment? How about Saudi Arabia, Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan, the nations of piety and orthodoxy?

    In the past, I saw some light from such nations as Turkey and Indonesia. But now, things are going wrong there, too.

    My conclusions: In the Semitic cultural environment, the more religious you get, the more fanatical you become.

    * Sorry for my english.

  5. avatar Agnostic says:

    I didn’t think I would be welcome but I even didn’t expect my last comment would be deleted because I saw many comments that X is terrorist or X is killing Y on this site.

    Let me tell you one thing; I didn’t tell a lie.
    Just look around what’s going on. What happens amongst Sunnis, Shiites, Druzes, Ahmadiis, Arabs, non-Arabs, fundamentalists, secularists, males, females, ‘straights’ and ‘non-straights’ who all consider themselves ‘Muslims’?

    This is why I told you “Terror Against Muslims” is real.

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