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Politics without Religion Will Justify any Means

MuslimsPost.Com  | Nowadays there are many of misdirection movements that become one of the biggest challenges in the struggle spread of Islam Wasatiyah. One of them is a faith apostasy.

Ahmadiyyah, Lia Eden, Ahmad Mosadeq, Gafatar are the most dangerous movements that become real enemies and finally many of other false prophet was born in Indonesia.

"The heresy should be straightened out," KH Ma'ruf Amin said as a chairman of the Indonesian Ulama Council (MUI) in the opening of National Coordination Meeting of the Da'wah and Community Empowerment Commission MUI Center, in TMII area, East Jakarta, Monday night (08/05/2017) one week ago.

The second challenge is a thinking apostasy, Kyai Ma'ruf continued. It is divided into two parts, textual and liberal.

"The textual said that Khilafah is khilafah. It can’t be change. There is no adjustment in law because of the change of place and masses, "he said.

Instead, the liberal stated that all things can be change. "All can be chaotic. Religion is like dough," Kyai Ma'ruf said.

According to Kyai Ma'ruf, the correct is in the middle ummah . There are fixed rules and some can be change.

Kyai Ma'ruf also mentioned the radical movement. According to him there is a radical of religion that has no national and religious commitment. This movement can perform some acts of terror.

On the contrary, there are secular radical movements that delegitimize religion. According to them, religion must be away from politics, economic, social and cultural. They put religion in the mosque only.

"Politics, economics, social, cultural without religion will diverge. This is a problem, "Kyai Ma'ruf said.

Kyai Ma'ruf then quotes an opinion from the founder of Nahdlatul Ulama (NU) Hadratus Shaykh KH Hasyim Asy'ari. “The religious spirit in the Indonesian political has been weakened even lately almost dead."

"If it long time ago was almost dead then now must be dead? If politics are not filled with religion will diverge, it will justify any means, "he concluded.

Editor : Rendi Septian

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