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Melayu Stampin menyokong sepenuhnya keputusan Kerajaan Sarawak untuk tidak memberi keizinan kepada Yayasan Amal Malaysia Cawagan Sarawak untuk menganjurkan program di Punan Bah, Belaga.

Hebahan ataupun promosi yang negatif keatas aktiviti dakwah Islam dikalangan penganut agama lain, terutamanya Kristian, telah mencetuskan rasa kurang senang dikalangan penganut agama Kristian.

Rata-rata rakyat Sarawak, tanpa mengira agama, amat menghargai keharmonian dikalangan pelbagai penganut agama di Sarawak

Atas sebab ini, tidak menghairankan Sarawak dianggap sebagai sebuah negeri model 1Malaysia dimana rakyat daripada pelbagai kaum dan agama dapat bersama-sama membangunkan negeri Sarawak yang tercinta.

Melayu Stampin percaya adalah lebih mudah untuk mendekati rakyat Sarawak yang bukan beragama Islam apabila ianya dilakukan oleh orang Sarawak sendiri tanpa sebarang tunjuk ajar dari mana-mana NGO dari Semenanjung.

Melayu Stampin percaya mesti ada rakyat Sarawak yang beragama Islam yang layak untuk berdakwah tanpa perlu ada ‘lampu hijau’ ataupun ‘pengikhtirafan’ dari mana-mana NGO dari Semenanjung.

Biarlah orang Sarawak yang beragama Islam menguruskan sendiri dakwah-dakwah agama Islam di negeri Sarawak tanpa tunjuk ajar dari mana-mana NGO dari Semenanjung.

—KUCHING (Oct 11): The state government has decided against giving the green light to ‘Program Ziarah Dakwah Mahabbah & Amal Kebajikan’ organised by Yayasan Amal Malaysia (Sarawak branch) in Punan Bah, Belaga slated for Oct 15 to 19.

Assistant Minister in the Chief Minister’s Department (Islamic Affairs) Datuk Daud Abdul Rahman in a statement here yesterday said the decision was reached after taking all considerations following concerns raised over such event.

“It is to be informed that Sarawak Islamic Affairs Department, through agreement from Sarawak Islamic Council, has decided not to give consent to the programme (by Yayasan Amal Malaysia, Sarawak Branch) due to certain reasons.

“This is in line with the powers of the Sarawak Islamic Council as provided in Section 58(1) of the Sarawak Islamic Council Ordinance 2001 and Section 11 of the Sarawak Syariah Criminal Offence Ordinance 2001,” he said in the statement.

According to the Section 58(1) of Sarawak Islamic Council Ordinance 2001, any activities to propagate Islam to the public cannot be conducted without written approval from the council. (Tiada orang boleh mengajar atau mengembangkan atau memperjelaskan kepada orang ramai apa-apa doktrin tentang Agama Islam di dalam Negeri tanpa kelulusan bertulis Majlis).

It was reported yesterday that Christians in Belaga have complained of attempts by a group of outsiders to convert them to Islam by allegedly offering RM6,000 to each person.

The activities and movement of this group are said to have gone viral on Facebook and Whatsapp. –Source

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