Shi'ah Is Like A Lion That Is Ready To
Pounce, Beware Of Shi'ah's Plots!!!
02 August 2012
By Al-Ikhwan Al-Mujahidun
April 2012, a demonstration movement, the "Reformasi"
was organized in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The target
was that, it wants to be like the People Power in
Indonesia in May 1998. But it turned out that the
demonstration in Kuala Lumpur failed to achieve its
target. Instead, a lot of the media in Malaysia
denounced the demonstration.
In a discussion with friends in Bandung, I have got
the information that the organizer of the "Reformasi"
demonstration were the people of Shi'ah. They
organized the demo in order to grab certain political
benefits. Maybe they want to be like Indonesia in May
1998. After the May 1998 demo, Indonesia entered the
era of the Reformasi (reformation). Around 3 years
later, during the era of Abdurrahman Wahid, Shi'ah
organizations were established in Indonesia, with the
name IJABI (Association of Jama'ah Ahlul Bait
Indonesia). Since Malaysia has been very strict
against Shi'ah all these while, so they are trying to
topple the existing regime, so that it would become a
"Reformasi regime" like in Indonesia; later, in turn,
they will appear as the power of a formal organization
(in the like of the IJABI).
Just a note, since the beginning of the establishment
of Republika (Indonesian newspaper – ed.) in 1990
(before Reformasi), elements of Shi'ah had already
infiltrated it. For example is Haidar Bagir. In the
eyes of Habibie (former president – ed.) and the ICMI,
who were indeed plain Islamically, they are just the
same as ordinary Muslims. Therefore, Habibie and
company simply welcomed them. It turned out that, to
this day, the people who are pro- Shi'ah and Iran are
still nestling in Republika. And in November 1999,
when there was a chance for Habibie to become the
President of Indonesia again, many of these Shi'ah
people were sabotaging him. Yes, that's how their
basic nature is... they were given opportunities,
facilities and positions; but their payback for the
party that gave them positions was by bringing them
down instead. If we read the history of Islam, such
characters of the Shi'ahs is not so strange at all.
Not long ago, I got the information from different
sources that lately, there was an exodus of Shi'ah
activists from Indonesia to Kuala Lumpur. Their number
was said to be big, reaching to thousands of people,
Wallahu a'lam. They want to continue the "failed"
movement earlier, by adding many new supporters.
Besides that, there is another analysis that, they
will make the "Reformasi" movement in Kuala Lumpur as
an "exercise" for them to hold similar action in
Indonesia, in the framework of achieving a change in
the political order that is more pro-Shi'ah (or even
controlled by the Shi'ahs themselves). It was said
that, the time period of this movement in Kuala Lumpur
was around a month, before finally returning to
Indonesia, through Batam, in July.
For certain, we do not yet know the reality of this
information. But there is no harm that we do 3 things,
namely: First, to seek information about the movements
mentioned above; Second, to truly be wary of the
scales of the Shi'ah movements, be it the one that
makes Kuala Lumpur as its target, or the situation in
our own homeland; Third, to prepare ourselves to face
any possibilities, when the feared things above happen
in the future.
The analogy is, the Shi'ah people are like a lion that
is yet closing its eyes. Under no circumstances assume
that the lion is asleep; at any time it could pounce
on us, if we get off guard. The Shi'ahs in Iran today
have a very high escalation. They started ransacking
deeper into Yemen, Saudi and Bahrain. As for Iraq,
with deep regret we say, Shi'ah already has a strong
control over there. Nas'alullah al ‘afiyah lana wa lil
Muslimin Ahlis Sunnah fil Iraq (wa fii kullimakan).
Whereas in Syria, they are dealing vis a vis with the
Mujahideen of Ahlus Sunnah (commonly referred to by
the laymen as "Wahhabi Muslims").