Children-of-CONVERSION issue

Malaysia is presently engaged in a delicate balancing act between secular and Islamic law. It is urgent for the future of our society (which includes many non-Muslims) that this effort proceed carefully and successfully. The recent cabinet decision regarding the religion of children after conversion of the father to Islam disrupts the delicacy of this matter.…

Da’wah Through Guided Tour of the Mosque

CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS Da’wah Through Guided Tour of the Mosque Islamic Outreach ABIM Since its inception on 27th August 1965, Masjid Negara has been a major tourist destination for locals and foreigners who visit Malaysia. Realizing that Masjid Negara is daily visited by more than 300 tourists, the Malaysian Tourism Board has officially declared the…

Polemik tukar agama anak

dipetik dari Utusan Malaysia – 6 Mei 2009 Polemik yang melanda antara agama Islam dan agama lain bukan satu perkara baru. Setiap kali isu tersebut timbul, semua pihak dilihat mengambil langkah drastik dalam menyelesaikan pertikaian dan pergeseran yang berlaku demi menjamin kerukunan dan kelangsungan keharmonian bersama. Menilai dan mempertimbangkan semua aspek semasak-masaknya sebelum menjurus kepada…

Cabinet’s conversion decision opposed

dipetik dari:http://myislamnetwork.net/component/content/article/2-e-akhbar/53-cabinets-conversion-decision-opposed.html KUALA LUMPUR, 29 April 2009: The coalition of Muslim non-governmental organisations known as Pembela has described the cabinet decision against unilateral conversion of minors as “knee-jerk” and “lacking in sense”. “The decision only temporarily alleviates the anxieties of one party, but creates more anxieties and questions for other parties,” Pembela spokesperson Yusri Mohamad…

Muslim Groups Upset With Religious Conversion Ruling

dipetik dari:http://myislamnetwork.net/component/content/article/2-e-akhbar/52-muslim-groups-upset-with-religious-conversion-ruling-.html Kuala Lumpur, April 29 — Pembela, a coalition of Muslim NGOs, today condemned the cabinet’s recent decision on religious conversion of children, calling it unconstitutional and irrational. The Muslim NGO’s criticism of the decision could prove tricky for Datuk Seri Najib Razak as he attempts to balance the interest of Muslim and non-Muslim…