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    http://arabnews.com/middleeast/article447806.ece Suicide bombing at mosque in Iraq kills 16 By BUSHRA JUHI | AP Published: Jun 3, 2011 18:59 Updated: Jun 3,
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      Suicide bombing at mosque in Iraq kills 16
      By BUSHRA JUHI | AP

      Published: Jun 3, 2011 18:59 Updated: Jun 3, 2011 18:59

      BAGHDAD: A suicide bomber detonated explosives at a mosque during Friday prayers, killing 16 people, including a police commander and a judge in Saddam Hussein's hometown, officials said.

      The bombing at the mosque, located inside a government compound, was the second major attack in as many days in Iraq and highlighted the difficulties Iraqi security forces face in protecting their own people as American forces prepare to leave by the end of the year.

      Sixteen bodies were taken to the main hospital in Tikrit, said the province's top medical official, Dr. Raeid Ibrahim. He said 54 people were wounded, indicating that the death toll could rise. Among the wounded was a provincial leader who escaped an earlier attack.

      There was no immediate claim of responsibility. Insurgents often target Iraqis who work with the government because they perceive them to be collaborators.

      One of the injured was a provincial council member, Mohammed Fadhil, who was in stable condition after an operation to treat a wound to his abdomen, Ibrahim said.

      Mohammed Al-Asi, a spokesman from the governor's office, confirmed that Fadhil was injured.

      A police commander, a judge and the husband of a provincial council member were also killed in the blast, said the head of the Salahuddin provincial council Amar Yousef.

      Tikrit, 80 miles (130 kilometers) north of Baghdad, was Saddam's hometown and remains home to many of the deposed leader's relatives.

      The city was the site of a vicious, well-coordinated attack earlier this year on the provincial council headquarters. Gunmen wearing military uniforms over explosives belts charged into the building on March 29 and fended off police for five hours before blowing themselves up.

      The bloodshed ended with 56 people dead, including 15 hostages who were shot execution-style. Fadhil was in the building when the attack happened but managed to escape with a broken arm, said Ibrahim, who treated him at the time.

      Since then, provincial officials have tried to protect themselves by scheduling meetings irregularly, often setting one time and location and then changing it at the last minute.

      But for an insurgent intent on killing as many people as possible, Fridays are a favorite day; Muslims are usually at the mosque for midday prayers.

      There were initial reports suggesting the blast was a bomb planted in the mosque, but Yousef and other officials later said a suicide bomber walked into the crowd of worshippers and blew himself up.

      The mosque is inside a compound of palaces built during Saddam's era.

      The compound is nicknamed "the small Green Zone in Tikrit" after the Green Zone in Baghdad that is home to government buildings and some embassies, Al-Asi said.

      He said the compound consists of more than 100 buildings which are mainly occupied by government offices such as houses for high-ranking police, army and provincial officials, and security offices. Visitors generally have to have a special badge to enter the compound, Al-Asi said.

      Officials were investigating how the bomber managed to get inside, Yousef.

      On Thursday night, series of bombings ripped through the capital of Iraq's western Anbar province, killing nine people, Iraqi officials said.


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    • kmjp47@indosat.net.id
      Kita menunggu komentar yang tidak klise dari teman-teman di WM. Juga mengapa antara Sunni dan Syi ah, dan Kurdi, yang semuanya Islam, masih saja saling bunuh
      Message 2 of 8 , Jun 5 4:12 PM
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        Kita menunggu komentar yang tidak klise dari teman-teman di WM. Juga mengapa antara Sunni dan
        Syi'ah, dan Kurdi, yang semuanya Islam, masih saja saling bunuh di Irak.
        Komentar klise itu adalah bahwa ini pasti ulah Zionis dan Amerika, tanpa argumentasi dan tanpa
        mempertanyakan mengapa orang Islam begitu bodoh sampai mau diadu domba oleh Zionis dan AS.
        KM


        ----Original Message----
        From: ambon@...
        Date: 05/06/2011 4:21
        To: <<Undisclosed-Recipient:>, <>>
        Subj: [wanita-muslimah] Suicide bombing at mosque in Iraq kills 16

        http://arabnews.com/middleeast/article447806.ece


        Suicide bombing at mosque in Iraq kills 16
        By BUSHRA JUHI | AP

        Published: Jun 3, 2011 18:59 Updated: Jun 3, 2011 18:59

        BAGHDAD: A suicide bomber detonated explosives at a mosque during Friday prayers, killing 16
        people, including a police commander and a judge in Saddam Hussein's hometown, officials said.

        The bombing at the mosque, located inside a government compound, was the second major attack in as
        many days in Iraq and highlighted the difficulties Iraqi security forces face in protecting their
        own people as American forces prepare to leave by the end of the year.

        Sixteen bodies were taken to the main hospital in Tikrit, said the province's top medical
        official, Dr. Raeid Ibrahim. He said 54 people were wounded, indicating that the death toll could
        rise. Among the wounded was a provincial leader who escaped an earlier attack.

        There was no immediate claim of responsibility. Insurgents often target Iraqis who work with the
        government because they perceive them to be collaborators.

        One of the injured was a provincial council member, Mohammed Fadhil, who was in stable condition
        after an operation to treat a wound to his abdomen, Ibrahim said.

        Mohammed Al-Asi, a spokesman from the governor's office, confirmed that Fadhil was injured.

        A police commander, a judge and the husband of a provincial council member were also killed in the
        blast, said the head of the Salahuddin provincial council Amar Yousef.

        Tikrit, 80 miles (130 kilometers) north of Baghdad, was Saddam's hometown and remains home to many
        of the deposed leader's relatives.

        The city was the site of a vicious, well-coordinated attack earlier this year on the provincial
        council headquarters. Gunmen wearing military uniforms over explosives belts charged into the
        building on March 29 and fended off police for five hours before blowing themselves up.

        The bloodshed ended with 56 people dead, including 15 hostages who were shot execution-style.
        Fadhil was in the building when the attack happened but managed to escape with a broken arm, said
        Ibrahim, who treated him at the time.

        Since then, provincial officials have tried to protect themselves by scheduling meetings
        irregularly, often setting one time and location and then changing it at the last minute.

        But for an insurgent intent on killing as many people as possible, Fridays are a favorite day;
        Muslims are usually at the mosque for midday prayers.

        There were initial reports suggesting the blast was a bomb planted in the mosque, but Yousef and
        other officials later said a suicide bomber walked into the crowd of worshippers and blew himself
        up.

        The mosque is inside a compound of palaces built during Saddam's era.

        The compound is nicknamed "the small Green Zone in Tikrit" after the Green Zone in Baghdad that is
        home to government buildings and some embassies, Al-Asi said.

        He said the compound consists of more than 100 buildings which are mainly occupied by government
        offices such as houses for high-ranking police, army and provincial officials, and security
        offices. Visitors generally have to have a special badge to enter the compound, Al-Asi said.

        Officials were investigating how the bomber managed to get inside, Yousef.

        On Thursday night, series of bombings ripped through the capital of Iraq's western Anbar province,
        killing nine people, Iraqi officials said.


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      • H. M. Nur Abdurrahman
        Samalah bodohnya dengan kerajaan-kerajaan di Nusantara dahulu yang gampang diadu domba oleh Belanda, kecuali kerajaan Tidore pada zaman pemerintahan Nuku. Nuku
        Message 3 of 8 , Jun 5 5:46 PM
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          Samalah bodohnya dengan kerajaan-kerajaan di Nusantara dahulu yang gampang diadu domba oleh Belanda, kecuali kerajaan Tidore pada zaman pemerintahan Nuku.

          Nuku adalah Sultan Tidore yang membebaskan kerajaannya dari bagian-bagian wilayah tiga gubernuran Kompeni Belanda (de drie Oostersche Provintien van Gouvernementen): Ternate, Ambon dan Banda. Nama lengkapnya Nuku Sulthan Said alJihad Muhammad alMabus Amiruddin Syah Kaicil Paparangan Gelar Tuan Barakat Sultan Tidore, Papua dan Seram. Ia membebaskan (1780-1797) dan mempertahankan (1797-1805) wilayah kerajaannya dengan jalan peperangan yang sengit diselingi dengan diplomasi yang handal dan dengan siasat mengadu domba ketiga gubernur itu selama 25 tahun.

          Bagi yang berminat silakan kunjungi
          => http://waii-hmna.blogspot.com/1994/03/120-nuku-vs-wieling-membuktikan-diri.html

          Wassalam
          HMNA


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          From: <kmjp47@...>
          To: <wanita-muslimah@yahoogroups.com>
          Subject: Re: [wanita-muslimah] Suicide bombing at mosque in Iraq kills 16
          Date: Monday, June 06, 2011 7:25 AM

          Kita menunggu komentar yang tidak klise dari teman-teman di WM. Juga mengapa antara Sunni dan
          Syi'ah, dan Kurdi, yang semuanya Islam, masih saja saling bunuh di Irak.
          Komentar klise itu adalah bahwa ini pasti ulah Zionis dan Amerika, tanpa argumentasi dan tanpa
          mempertanyakan mengapa orang Islam begitu bodoh sampai mau diadu domba oleh Zionis dan AS.
          KM


          ----Original Message----
          From: ambon@...
          Date: 05/06/2011 4:21
          To: <<Undisclosed-Recipient:>, <>>
          Subj: [wanita-muslimah] Suicide bombing at mosque in Iraq kills 16

          http://arabnews.com/middleeast/article447806.ece


          Suicide bombing at mosque in Iraq kills 16
          By BUSHRA JUHI | AP

          Published: Jun 3, 2011 18:59 Updated: Jun 3, 2011 18:59

          BAGHDAD: A suicide bomber detonated explosives at a mosque during Friday prayers, killing 16
          people, including a police commander and a judge in Saddam Hussein's hometown, officials said.

          The bombing at the mosque, located inside a government compound, was the second major attack in as
          many days in Iraq and highlighted the difficulties Iraqi security forces face in protecting their
          own people as American forces prepare to leave by the end of the year.

          Sixteen bodies were taken to the main hospital in Tikrit, said the province's top medical
          official, Dr. Raeid Ibrahim. He said 54 people were wounded, indicating that the death toll could
          rise. Among the wounded was a provincial leader who escaped an earlier attack.

          There was no immediate claim of responsibility. Insurgents often target Iraqis who work with the
          government because they perceive them to be collaborators.

          One of the injured was a provincial council member, Mohammed Fadhil, who was in stable condition
          after an operation to treat a wound to his abdomen, Ibrahim said.

          Mohammed Al-Asi, a spokesman from the governor's office, confirmed that Fadhil was injured.

          A police commander, a judge and the husband of a provincial council member were also killed in the
          blast, said the head of the Salahuddin provincial council Amar Yousef.

          Tikrit, 80 miles (130 kilometers) north of Baghdad, was Saddam's hometown and remains home to many
          of the deposed leader's relatives.

          The city was the site of a vicious, well-coordinated attack earlier this year on the provincial
          council headquarters. Gunmen wearing military uniforms over explosives belts charged into the
          building on March 29 and fended off police for five hours before blowing themselves up.

          The bloodshed ended with 56 people dead, including 15 hostages who were shot execution-style.
          Fadhil was in the building when the attack happened but managed to escape with a broken arm, said
          Ibrahim, who treated him at the time.

          Since then, provincial officials have tried to protect themselves by scheduling meetings
          irregularly, often setting one time and location and then changing it at the last minute.

          But for an insurgent intent on killing as many people as possible, Fridays are a favorite day;
          Muslims are usually at the mosque for midday prayers.

          There were initial reports suggesting the blast was a bomb planted in the mosque, but Yousef and
          other officials later said a suicide bomber walked into the crowd of worshippers and blew himself
          up.

          The mosque is inside a compound of palaces built during Saddam's era.

          The compound is nicknamed "the small Green Zone in Tikrit" after the Green Zone in Baghdad that is
          home to government buildings and some embassies, Al-Asi said.

          He said the compound consists of more than 100 buildings which are mainly occupied by government
          offices such as houses for high-ranking police, army and provincial officials, and security
          offices. Visitors generally have to have a special badge to enter the compound, Al-Asi said.

          Officials were investigating how the bomber managed to get inside, Yousef.

          On Thursday night, series of bombings ripped through the capital of Iraq's western Anbar province,
          killing nine people, Iraqi officials said.


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        • Abdul Muiz
          sunni, syi ah dan kurdi tidak pernah akur di Iraq, karena agama telah dipolitisir, jadi komoditas politik untuk berebut hegemoni kekuasaan di Iraq. Hal yang
          Message 4 of 8 , Jun 5 7:19 PM
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            sunni, syi'ah dan kurdi tidak pernah akur di Iraq, karena agama telah dipolitisir, jadi komoditas politik untuk berebut hegemoni kekuasaan di Iraq. Hal yang lazim apabila power peserta konflik berimbang maka solusi kekerasan fisik sering menjadi intens karena masing-masing memaksakan kehendaknya sendiri-sendiri.
             
            Wassalam
            Abdul Mu'iz

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            Kepada: wanita-muslimah@yahoogroups.com
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            Kita menunggu komentar yang tidak klise dari teman-teman di WM. Juga mengapa antara Sunni dan
            Syi'ah, dan Kurdi, yang semuanya Islam, masih saja saling bunuh di Irak.
            Komentar klise itu adalah bahwa ini pasti ulah Zionis dan Amerika, tanpa argumentasi dan tanpa
            mempertanyakan mengapa orang Islam begitu bodoh sampai mau diadu domba oleh Zionis dan AS.
            KM

            ----Original Message----
            From: ambon@...
            Date: 05/06/2011 4:21
            To: <<Undisclosed-Recipient:>, <>>
            Subj: [wanita-muslimah] Suicide bombing at mosque in Iraq kills 16

            http://arabnews.com/middleeast/article447806.ece

            Suicide bombing at mosque in Iraq kills 16
            By BUSHRA JUHI | AP

            Published: Jun 3, 2011 18:59 Updated: Jun 3, 2011 18:59

            BAGHDAD: A suicide bomber detonated explosives at a mosque during Friday prayers, killing 16
            people, including a police commander and a judge in Saddam Hussein's hometown, officials said.

            The bombing at the mosque, located inside a government compound, was the second major attack in as
            many days in Iraq and highlighted the difficulties Iraqi security forces face in protecting their
            own people as American forces prepare to leave by the end of the year.

            Sixteen bodies were taken to the main hospital in Tikrit, said the province's top medical
            official, Dr. Raeid Ibrahim. He said 54 people were wounded, indicating that the death toll could
            rise. Among the wounded was a provincial leader who escaped an earlier attack.

            There was no immediate claim of responsibility. Insurgents often target Iraqis who work with the
            government because they perceive them to be collaborators.

            One of the injured was a provincial council member, Mohammed Fadhil, who was in stable condition
            after an operation to treat a wound to his abdomen, Ibrahim said.

            Mohammed Al-Asi, a spokesman from the governor's office, confirmed that Fadhil was injured.

            A police commander, a judge and the husband of a provincial council member were also killed in the
            blast, said the head of the Salahuddin provincial council Amar Yousef.

            Tikrit, 80 miles (130 kilometers) north of Baghdad, was Saddam's hometown and remains home to many
            of the deposed leader's relatives.

            The city was the site of a vicious, well-coordinated attack earlier this year on the provincial
            council headquarters. Gunmen wearing military uniforms over explosives belts charged into the
            building on March 29 and fended off police for five hours before blowing themselves up.

            The bloodshed ended with 56 people dead, including 15 hostages who were shot execution-style.
            Fadhil was in the building when the attack happened but managed to escape with a broken arm, said
            Ibrahim, who treated him at the time.

            Since then, provincial officials have tried to protect themselves by scheduling meetings
            irregularly, often setting one time and location and then changing it at the last minute.

            But for an insurgent intent on killing as many people as possible, Fridays are a favorite day;
            Muslims are usually at the mosque for midday prayers.

            There were initial reports suggesting the blast was a bomb planted in the mosque, but Yousef and
            other officials later said a suicide bomber walked into the crowd of worshippers and blew himself
            up.

            The mosque is inside a compound of palaces built during Saddam's era.

            The compound is nicknamed "the small Green Zone in Tikrit" after the Green Zone in Baghdad that is
            home to government buildings and some embassies, Al-Asi said.

            He said the compound consists of more than 100 buildings which are mainly occupied by government
            offices such as houses for high-ranking police, army and provincial officials, and security
            offices. Visitors generally have to have a special badge to enter the compound, Al-Asi said.

            Officials were investigating how the bomber managed to get inside, Yousef.

            On Thursday night, series of bombings ripped through the capital of Iraq's western Anbar province,
            killing nine people, Iraqi officials said.

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          • chodjim
            Mas Ton, Kita memang sudah waktunya untuk BISA melihat kenyataan. Dan, kenyataan itu hanya berkaitan dengang tahu dan tidak tahu . Kalau, Sunni, Syi ah,
            Message 5 of 8 , Jun 6 3:26 AM
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              Mas Ton,

              Kita memang sudah waktunya untuk BISA melihat kenyataan. Dan, kenyataan itu hanya berkaitan dengang "tahu" dan "tidak tahu". Kalau, Sunni, Syi'ah, Kurdi dan lain-lain mazhab dalam Islam saling berperang, itu tandanya banyak umat Islam --termasuk ulamanya-- yang tidak tahu. Orang-orang yang tidak tahu biasanya saling ngeyel dan mengakui diri atau kelompoknya yang paling benar, dan yang lain salah atau sesat. Celakanya, orang-orang itu juga tidak tahu bahwa yang mengetahui sesat tidaknya seseorang itu hanya Tuhan semesta alam. Dan celakanya lagi, mereka juga tidak tahu bahwa memperkusi orang-orang yang dianggap sesat itu perbuatan biadab.

              Tiga minggu yang lalu saya iseng-iseng membuka laporan kesehatan WHO yang ada di Wiki. Mengejutkan dan betul-betul mengejutkan bahwa penderita skizoprenia yang terbesar di dunia ini Indonesia. Dengan kata lain, negara Indonesia adalah megara dengan penderita skizoprenia terbesar dari 192 negara yang diteliti oleh badan WHO. Celaka duabelasnya, penderita skizoprenia terbesar berada di negara-negara yang mayoritas penduduknya beragama Islam.

              Suwun,

              chodjim

              ----- Original Message -----
              From: kmjp47@...
              To: wanita-muslimah@yahoogroups.com
              Sent: Monday, June 06, 2011 6:12 AM
              Subject: Re: [wanita-muslimah] Suicide bombing at mosque in Iraq kills 16



              Kita menunggu komentar yang tidak klise dari teman-teman di WM. Juga mengapa antara Sunni dan
              Syi'ah, dan Kurdi, yang semuanya Islam, masih saja saling bunuh di Irak.
              Komentar klise itu adalah bahwa ini pasti ulah Zionis dan Amerika, tanpa argumentasi dan tanpa
              mempertanyakan mengapa orang Islam begitu bodoh sampai mau diadu domba oleh Zionis dan AS.
              KM

              ----Original Message----
              From: ambon@...
              Date: 05/06/2011 4:21
              To: <<Undisclosed-Recipient:>, <>>
              Subj: [wanita-muslimah] Suicide bombing at mosque in Iraq kills 16

              http://arabnews.com/middleeast/article447806.ece

              Suicide bombing at mosque in Iraq kills 16
              By BUSHRA JUHI | AP

              Published: Jun 3, 2011 18:59 Updated: Jun 3, 2011 18:59

              BAGHDAD: A suicide bomber detonated explosives at a mosque during Friday prayers, killing 16
              people, including a police commander and a judge in Saddam Hussein's hometown, officials said.

              The bombing at the mosque, located inside a government compound, was the second major attack in as
              many days in Iraq and highlighted the difficulties Iraqi security forces face in protecting their
              own people as American forces prepare to leave by the end of the year.

              Sixteen bodies were taken to the main hospital in Tikrit, said the province's top medical
              official, Dr. Raeid Ibrahim. He said 54 people were wounded, indicating that the death toll could
              rise. Among the wounded was a provincial leader who escaped an earlier attack.

              There was no immediate claim of responsibility. Insurgents often target Iraqis who work with the
              government because they perceive them to be collaborators.

              One of the injured was a provincial council member, Mohammed Fadhil, who was in stable condition
              after an operation to treat a wound to his abdomen, Ibrahim said.

              Mohammed Al-Asi, a spokesman from the governor's office, confirmed that Fadhil was injured.

              A police commander, a judge and the husband of a provincial council member were also killed in the
              blast, said the head of the Salahuddin provincial council Amar Yousef.

              Tikrit, 80 miles (130 kilometers) north of Baghdad, was Saddam's hometown and remains home to many
              of the deposed leader's relatives.

              The city was the site of a vicious, well-coordinated attack earlier this year on the provincial
              council headquarters. Gunmen wearing military uniforms over explosives belts charged into the
              building on March 29 and fended off police for five hours before blowing themselves up.

              The bloodshed ended with 56 people dead, including 15 hostages who were shot execution-style.
              Fadhil was in the building when the attack happened but managed to escape with a broken arm, said
              Ibrahim, who treated him at the time.

              Since then, provincial officials have tried to protect themselves by scheduling meetings
              irregularly, often setting one time and location and then changing it at the last minute.

              But for an insurgent intent on killing as many people as possible, Fridays are a favorite day;
              Muslims are usually at the mosque for midday prayers.

              There were initial reports suggesting the blast was a bomb planted in the mosque, but Yousef and
              other officials later said a suicide bomber walked into the crowd of worshippers and blew himself
              up.

              The mosque is inside a compound of palaces built during Saddam's era.

              The compound is nicknamed "the small Green Zone in Tikrit" after the Green Zone in Baghdad that is
              home to government buildings and some embassies, Al-Asi said.

              He said the compound consists of more than 100 buildings which are mainly occupied by government
              offices such as houses for high-ranking police, army and provincial officials, and security
              offices. Visitors generally have to have a special badge to enter the compound, Al-Asi said.

              Officials were investigating how the bomber managed to get inside, Yousef.

              On Thursday night, series of bombings ripped through the capital of Iraq's western Anbar province,
              killing nine people, Iraqi officials said.

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            • Ari
              Akibat orde baru dan penguasa lalim yg membelenggu rakyat ? salam, Ari - status : pelajar - ... From: chodjim Sender:
              Message 6 of 8 , Jun 6 7:47 PM
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                Akibat orde baru dan penguasa lalim yg membelenggu rakyat ?


                salam,

                Ari
                - status : pelajar -

                -----Original Message-----
                From: "chodjim" <chodjima@...>
                Sender: wanita-muslimah@yahoogroups.com
                Date: Mon, 6 Jun 2011 17:26:29
                To: <wanita-muslimah@yahoogroups.com>
                Reply-To: wanita-muslimah@yahoogroups.com
                Subject: Re: [wanita-muslimah] Suicide bombing at mosque in Iraq kills 16

                Mas Ton,

                Kita memang sudah waktunya untuk BISA melihat kenyataan. Dan, kenyataan itu hanya berkaitan dengang "tahu" dan "tidak tahu". Kalau, Sunni, Syi'ah, Kurdi dan lain-lain mazhab dalam Islam saling berperang, itu tandanya banyak umat Islam --termasuk ulamanya-- yang tidak tahu. Orang-orang yang tidak tahu biasanya saling ngeyel dan mengakui diri atau kelompoknya yang paling benar, dan yang lain salah atau sesat. Celakanya, orang-orang itu juga tidak tahu bahwa yang mengetahui sesat tidaknya seseorang itu hanya Tuhan semesta alam. Dan celakanya lagi, mereka juga tidak tahu bahwa memperkusi orang-orang yang dianggap sesat itu perbuatan biadab.

                Tiga minggu yang lalu saya iseng-iseng membuka laporan kesehatan WHO yang ada di Wiki. Mengejutkan dan betul-betul mengejutkan bahwa penderita skizoprenia yang terbesar di dunia ini Indonesia. Dengan kata lain, negara Indonesia adalah megara dengan penderita skizoprenia terbesar dari 192 negara yang diteliti oleh badan WHO. Celaka duabelasnya, penderita skizoprenia terbesar berada di negara-negara yang mayoritas penduduknya beragama Islam.

                Suwun,

                chodjim

                ----- Original Message -----
                From: kmjp47@...
                To: wanita-muslimah@yahoogroups.com
                Sent: Monday, June 06, 2011 6:12 AM
                Subject: Re: [wanita-muslimah] Suicide bombing at mosque in Iraq kills 16



                Kita menunggu komentar yang tidak klise dari teman-teman di WM. Juga mengapa antara Sunni dan
                Syi'ah, dan Kurdi, yang semuanya Islam, masih saja saling bunuh di Irak.
                Komentar klise itu adalah bahwa ini pasti ulah Zionis dan Amerika, tanpa argumentasi dan tanpa
                mempertanyakan mengapa orang Islam begitu bodoh sampai mau diadu domba oleh Zionis dan AS.
                KM

                ----Original Message----
                From: ambon@...
                Date: 05/06/2011 4:21
                To: <<Undisclosed-Recipient:>, <>>
                Subj: [wanita-muslimah] Suicide bombing at mosque in Iraq kills 16

                http://arabnews.com/middleeast/article447806.ece

                Suicide bombing at mosque in Iraq kills 16
                By BUSHRA JUHI | AP

                Published: Jun 3, 2011 18:59 Updated: Jun 3, 2011 18:59

                BAGHDAD: A suicide bomber detonated explosives at a mosque during Friday prayers, killing 16
                people, including a police commander and a judge in Saddam Hussein's hometown, officials said.

                The bombing at the mosque, located inside a government compound, was the second major attack in as
                many days in Iraq and highlighted the difficulties Iraqi security forces face in protecting their
                own people as American forces prepare to leave by the end of the year.

                Sixteen bodies were taken to the main hospital in Tikrit, said the province's top medical
                official, Dr. Raeid Ibrahim. He said 54 people were wounded, indicating that the death toll could
                rise. Among the wounded was a provincial leader who escaped an earlier attack.

                There was no immediate claim of responsibility. Insurgents often target Iraqis who work with the
                government because they perceive them to be collaborators.

                One of the injured was a provincial council member, Mohammed Fadhil, who was in stable condition
                after an operation to treat a wound to his abdomen, Ibrahim said.

                Mohammed Al-Asi, a spokesman from the governor's office, confirmed that Fadhil was injured.

                A police commander, a judge and the husband of a provincial council member were also killed in the
                blast, said the head of the Salahuddin provincial council Amar Yousef.

                Tikrit, 80 miles (130 kilometers) north of Baghdad, was Saddam's hometown and remains home to many
                of the deposed leader's relatives.

                The city was the site of a vicious, well-coordinated attack earlier this year on the provincial
                council headquarters. Gunmen wearing military uniforms over explosives belts charged into the
                building on March 29 and fended off police for five hours before blowing themselves up.

                The bloodshed ended with 56 people dead, including 15 hostages who were shot execution-style.
                Fadhil was in the building when the attack happened but managed to escape with a broken arm, said
                Ibrahim, who treated him at the time.

                Since then, provincial officials have tried to protect themselves by scheduling meetings
                irregularly, often setting one time and location and then changing it at the last minute.

                But for an insurgent intent on killing as many people as possible, Fridays are a favorite day;
                Muslims are usually at the mosque for midday prayers.

                There were initial reports suggesting the blast was a bomb planted in the mosque, but Yousef and
                other officials later said a suicide bomber walked into the crowd of worshippers and blew himself
                up.

                The mosque is inside a compound of palaces built during Saddam's era.

                The compound is nicknamed "the small Green Zone in Tikrit" after the Green Zone in Baghdad that is
                home to government buildings and some embassies, Al-Asi said.

                He said the compound consists of more than 100 buildings which are mainly occupied by government
                offices such as houses for high-ranking police, army and provincial officials, and security
                offices. Visitors generally have to have a special badge to enter the compound, Al-Asi said.

                Officials were investigating how the bomber managed to get inside, Yousef.

                On Thursday night, series of bombings ripped through the capital of Iraq's western Anbar province,
                killing nine people, Iraqi officials said.

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              • chodjim
                Penguasa-penguasa yang lalim itu ada karena mereka orang-orang yang tidak tahu bila lalim itu perbuatan biadab. Celakanya..., di negeri ini ketidak-tahuan itu
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                  Penguasa-penguasa yang lalim itu ada karena mereka orang-orang yang tidak tahu bila lalim itu perbuatan biadab.

                  Celakanya..., di negeri ini ketidak-tahuan itu dipelihara dan dirawat. Sehingga, ganti menteri cuma ganti acara dan bukan berbudidaya dan berbudaya yang benar untuk membangun masa depan.

                  Berapa kali kita hanya sibuk mengganti istilah SMA --> SLTA --> SMU --> SMA lagi. Lho, begini saja koq diubah-ubah?

                  Sekarang kita berganti dari kelas 1 - 3 SMP menjadi kelas 7 - 9, dan SMA kelas 10 - 12. Untuk apa yang begini ini?

                  Sistem nilai di SD - SLTA pernah dari 0 - 10, lalu tahun 1966 - ... berubah menjadi 0 - 100. Kemudian balik lagi 0 - 10.

                  Departemen diganti dengan kementrian. Dep. Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan atau disingkat PDK, lalu P dan K, diganti depdikbud. Lha, sekarang kok "budaya" malah dipisahkan dari pendidikan, bukankah pendidikan itu bagian dari budaya? Jadi, bangsa ini dibodohi sehingga kebudayaan hanya meliputi kesenian. Kita rupanya tidak belajar dari negara-negara maju, apa arti kultur di negara Perancis, Jerman, dan Inggris.

                  Jadi, bangsa ini harus dididik untuk tahu.

                  Wassalam,

                  chodjim


                  ----- Original Message -----
                  From: Ari
                  To: wanita-muslimah@yahoogroups.com
                  Sent: Tuesday, June 07, 2011 9:47 AM
                  Subject: Re: [wanita-muslimah] Suicide bombing at mosque in Iraq kills 16



                  Akibat orde baru dan penguasa lalim yg membelenggu rakyat ?


                  salam,

                  Ari
                  - status : pelajar -

                  -----Original Message-----
                  From: "chodjim" <chodjima@...>
                  Sender: wanita-muslimah@yahoogroups.com
                  Date: Mon, 6 Jun 2011 17:26:29
                  To: <wanita-muslimah@yahoogroups.com>
                  Reply-To: wanita-muslimah@yahoogroups.com
                  Subject: Re: [wanita-muslimah] Suicide bombing at mosque in Iraq kills 16

                  Mas Ton,

                  Kita memang sudah waktunya untuk BISA melihat kenyataan. Dan, kenyataan itu hanya berkaitan dengang "tahu" dan "tidak tahu". Kalau, Sunni, Syi'ah, Kurdi dan lain-lain mazhab dalam Islam saling berperang, itu tandanya banyak umat Islam --termasuk ulamanya-- yang tidak tahu. Orang-orang yang tidak tahu biasanya saling ngeyel dan mengakui diri atau kelompoknya yang paling benar, dan yang lain salah atau sesat. Celakanya, orang-orang itu juga tidak tahu bahwa yang mengetahui sesat tidaknya seseorang itu hanya Tuhan semesta alam. Dan celakanya lagi, mereka juga tidak tahu bahwa memperkusi orang-orang yang dianggap sesat itu perbuatan biadab.

                  Tiga minggu yang lalu saya iseng-iseng membuka laporan kesehatan WHO yang ada di Wiki. Mengejutkan dan betul-betul mengejutkan bahwa penderita skizoprenia yang terbesar di dunia ini Indonesia. Dengan kata lain, negara Indonesia adalah megara dengan penderita skizoprenia terbesar dari 192 negara yang diteliti oleh badan WHO. Celaka duabelasnya, penderita skizoprenia terbesar berada di negara-negara yang mayoritas penduduknya beragama Islam.

                  Suwun,

                  chodjim

                  ----- Original Message -----
                  From: kmjp47@...
                  To: wanita-muslimah@yahoogroups.com
                  Sent: Monday, June 06, 2011 6:12 AM
                  Subject: Re: [wanita-muslimah] Suicide bombing at mosque in Iraq kills 16



                  Kita menunggu komentar yang tidak klise dari teman-teman di WM. Juga mengapa antara Sunni dan
                  Syi'ah, dan Kurdi, yang semuanya Islam, masih saja saling bunuh di Irak.
                  Komentar klise itu adalah bahwa ini pasti ulah Zionis dan Amerika, tanpa argumentasi dan tanpa
                  mempertanyakan mengapa orang Islam begitu bodoh sampai mau diadu domba oleh Zionis dan AS.
                  KM

                  ----Original Message----
                  From: ambon@...
                  Date: 05/06/2011 4:21
                  To: <<Undisclosed-Recipient:>, <>>
                  Subj: [wanita-muslimah] Suicide bombing at mosque in Iraq kills 16

                  http://arabnews.com/middleeast/article447806.ece

                  Suicide bombing at mosque in Iraq kills 16
                  By BUSHRA JUHI | AP

                  Published: Jun 3, 2011 18:59 Updated: Jun 3, 2011 18:59

                  BAGHDAD: A suicide bomber detonated explosives at a mosque during Friday prayers, killing 16
                  people, including a police commander and a judge in Saddam Hussein's hometown, officials said.

                  The bombing at the mosque, located inside a government compound, was the second major attack in as
                  many days in Iraq and highlighted the difficulties Iraqi security forces face in protecting their
                  own people as American forces prepare to leave by the end of the year.

                  Sixteen bodies were taken to the main hospital in Tikrit, said the province's top medical
                  official, Dr. Raeid Ibrahim. He said 54 people were wounded, indicating that the death toll could
                  rise. Among the wounded was a provincial leader who escaped an earlier attack.

                  There was no immediate claim of responsibility. Insurgents often target Iraqis who work with the
                  government because they perceive them to be collaborators.

                  One of the injured was a provincial council member, Mohammed Fadhil, who was in stable condition
                  after an operation to treat a wound to his abdomen, Ibrahim said.

                  Mohammed Al-Asi, a spokesman from the governor's office, confirmed that Fadhil was injured.

                  A police commander, a judge and the husband of a provincial council member were also killed in the
                  blast, said the head of the Salahuddin provincial council Amar Yousef.

                  Tikrit, 80 miles (130 kilometers) north of Baghdad, was Saddam's hometown and remains home to many
                  of the deposed leader's relatives.

                  The city was the site of a vicious, well-coordinated attack earlier this year on the provincial
                  council headquarters. Gunmen wearing military uniforms over explosives belts charged into the
                  building on March 29 and fended off police for five hours before blowing themselves up.

                  The bloodshed ended with 56 people dead, including 15 hostages who were shot execution-style.
                  Fadhil was in the building when the attack happened but managed to escape with a broken arm, said
                  Ibrahim, who treated him at the time.

                  Since then, provincial officials have tried to protect themselves by scheduling meetings
                  irregularly, often setting one time and location and then changing it at the last minute.

                  But for an insurgent intent on killing as many people as possible, Fridays are a favorite day;
                  Muslims are usually at the mosque for midday prayers.

                  There were initial reports suggesting the blast was a bomb planted in the mosque, but Yousef and
                  other officials later said a suicide bomber walked into the crowd of worshippers and blew himself
                  up.

                  The mosque is inside a compound of palaces built during Saddam's era.

                  The compound is nicknamed "the small Green Zone in Tikrit" after the Green Zone in Baghdad that is
                  home to government buildings and some embassies, Al-Asi said.

                  He said the compound consists of more than 100 buildings which are mainly occupied by government
                  offices such as houses for high-ranking police, army and provincial officials, and security
                  offices. Visitors generally have to have a special badge to enter the compound, Al-Asi said.

                  Officials were investigating how the bomber managed to get inside, Yousef.

                  On Thursday night, series of bombings ripped through the capital of Iraq's western Anbar province,
                  killing nine people, Iraqi officials said.

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                • biru_keren
                  berebut wilayah dan kekuasaan, ditataran ulamanya sih pada adem ayam dan berusaha mengademkan, ditataran kelompok jihad nya ini lah yg saling bernafsu untuk
                  Message 8 of 8 , Jun 6 8:30 PM
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                    berebut wilayah dan kekuasaan, ditataran ulamanya sih pada adem ayam dan berusaha mengademkan, ditataran kelompok "jihad"nya ini lah yg saling bernafsu untuk mengalahkan, dan efeknya sampe juga ke indo :)

                    --- In wanita-muslimah@yahoogroups.com, "Ari" <masarcon@...> wrote:
                    >
                    > Akibat orde baru dan penguasa lalim yg membelenggu rakyat ?
                    >
                    >
                    > salam,
                    >
                    > Ari
                    > - status : pelajar -
                    >
                    > -----Original Message-----
                    > From: "chodjim" <chodjima@...>
                    > Sender: wanita-muslimah@yahoogroups.com
                    > Date: Mon, 6 Jun 2011 17:26:29
                    > To: <wanita-muslimah@yahoogroups.com>
                    > Reply-To: wanita-muslimah@yahoogroups.com
                    > Subject: Re: [wanita-muslimah] Suicide bombing at mosque in Iraq kills 16
                    >
                    > Mas Ton,
                    >
                    > Kita memang sudah waktunya untuk BISA melihat kenyataan. Dan, kenyataan itu hanya berkaitan dengang "tahu" dan "tidak tahu". Kalau, Sunni, Syi'ah, Kurdi dan lain-lain mazhab dalam Islam saling berperang, itu tandanya banyak umat Islam --termasuk ulamanya-- yang tidak tahu. Orang-orang yang tidak tahu biasanya saling ngeyel dan mengakui diri atau kelompoknya yang paling benar, dan yang lain salah atau sesat. Celakanya, orang-orang itu juga tidak tahu bahwa yang mengetahui sesat tidaknya seseorang itu hanya Tuhan semesta alam. Dan celakanya lagi, mereka juga tidak tahu bahwa memperkusi orang-orang yang dianggap sesat itu perbuatan biadab.
                    >
                    > Tiga minggu yang lalu saya iseng-iseng membuka laporan kesehatan WHO yang ada di Wiki. Mengejutkan dan betul-betul mengejutkan bahwa penderita skizoprenia yang terbesar di dunia ini Indonesia. Dengan kata lain, negara Indonesia adalah megara dengan penderita skizoprenia terbesar dari 192 negara yang diteliti oleh badan WHO. Celaka duabelasnya, penderita skizoprenia terbesar berada di negara-negara yang mayoritas penduduknya beragama Islam.
                    >
                    > Suwun,
                    >
                    > chodjim
                    >
                    > ----- Original Message -----
                    > From: kmjp47@...
                    > To: wanita-muslimah@yahoogroups.com
                    > Sent: Monday, June 06, 2011 6:12 AM
                    > Subject: Re: [wanita-muslimah] Suicide bombing at mosque in Iraq kills 16
                    >
                    >
                    >
                    > Kita menunggu komentar yang tidak klise dari teman-teman di WM. Juga mengapa antara Sunni dan
                    > Syi'ah, dan Kurdi, yang semuanya Islam, masih saja saling bunuh di Irak.
                    > Komentar klise itu adalah bahwa ini pasti ulah Zionis dan Amerika, tanpa argumentasi dan tanpa
                    > mempertanyakan mengapa orang Islam begitu bodoh sampai mau diadu domba oleh Zionis dan AS.
                    > KM
                    >
                    > ----Original Message----
                    > From: ambon@...
                    > Date: 05/06/2011 4:21
                    > To: <<Undisclosed-Recipient:>, <>>
                    > Subj: [wanita-muslimah] Suicide bombing at mosque in Iraq kills 16
                    >
                    > http://arabnews.com/middleeast/article447806.ece
                    >
                    > Suicide bombing at mosque in Iraq kills 16
                    > By BUSHRA JUHI | AP
                    >
                    > Published: Jun 3, 2011 18:59 Updated: Jun 3, 2011 18:59
                    >
                    > BAGHDAD: A suicide bomber detonated explosives at a mosque during Friday prayers, killing 16
                    > people, including a police commander and a judge in Saddam Hussein's hometown, officials said.
                    >
                    > The bombing at the mosque, located inside a government compound, was the second major attack in as
                    > many days in Iraq and highlighted the difficulties Iraqi security forces face in protecting their
                    > own people as American forces prepare to leave by the end of the year.
                    >
                    > Sixteen bodies were taken to the main hospital in Tikrit, said the province's top medical
                    > official, Dr. Raeid Ibrahim. He said 54 people were wounded, indicating that the death toll could
                    > rise. Among the wounded was a provincial leader who escaped an earlier attack.
                    >
                    > There was no immediate claim of responsibility. Insurgents often target Iraqis who work with the
                    > government because they perceive them to be collaborators.
                    >
                    > One of the injured was a provincial council member, Mohammed Fadhil, who was in stable condition
                    > after an operation to treat a wound to his abdomen, Ibrahim said.
                    >
                    > Mohammed Al-Asi, a spokesman from the governor's office, confirmed that Fadhil was injured.
                    >
                    > A police commander, a judge and the husband of a provincial council member were also killed in the
                    > blast, said the head of the Salahuddin provincial council Amar Yousef.
                    >
                    > Tikrit, 80 miles (130 kilometers) north of Baghdad, was Saddam's hometown and remains home to many
                    > of the deposed leader's relatives.
                    >
                    > The city was the site of a vicious, well-coordinated attack earlier this year on the provincial
                    > council headquarters. Gunmen wearing military uniforms over explosives belts charged into the
                    > building on March 29 and fended off police for five hours before blowing themselves up.
                    >
                    > The bloodshed ended with 56 people dead, including 15 hostages who were shot execution-style.
                    > Fadhil was in the building when the attack happened but managed to escape with a broken arm, said
                    > Ibrahim, who treated him at the time.
                    >
                    > Since then, provincial officials have tried to protect themselves by scheduling meetings
                    > irregularly, often setting one time and location and then changing it at the last minute.
                    >
                    > But for an insurgent intent on killing as many people as possible, Fridays are a favorite day;
                    > Muslims are usually at the mosque for midday prayers.
                    >
                    > There were initial reports suggesting the blast was a bomb planted in the mosque, but Yousef and
                    > other officials later said a suicide bomber walked into the crowd of worshippers and blew himself
                    > up.
                    >
                    > The mosque is inside a compound of palaces built during Saddam's era.
                    >
                    > The compound is nicknamed "the small Green Zone in Tikrit" after the Green Zone in Baghdad that is
                    > home to government buildings and some embassies, Al-Asi said.
                    >
                    > He said the compound consists of more than 100 buildings which are mainly occupied by government
                    > offices such as houses for high-ranking police, army and provincial officials, and security
                    > offices. Visitors generally have to have a special badge to enter the compound, Al-Asi said.
                    >
                    > Officials were investigating how the bomber managed to get inside, Yousef.
                    >
                    > On Thursday night, series of bombings ripped through the capital of Iraq's western Anbar province,
                    > killing nine people, Iraqi officials said.
                    >
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