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Siapa Siti Kasim


siapa sebenarnya siti kasim ini ??? adakah Siti Kasim dari Majlis Peguam Malaysia telah menunjukkan bagaimana kalau kecelaruan fikrah dan identiti diri sebagai seorang muslim sudah menyeleweng,adakah ini bahananya ??? Aktivis LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Biseksual dan Transgender) itu baru-baru ini mengejutkan ramai orang dalam sesi dialog wacana rang undang-undang Mahkamah Syariah di Shah Alam apabila menunjukkan jari tengahnya (fk) kepada hadirin.Siti Kasim atau nama penuhnya Siti Zabedah Kasim mengatakan tanda fk itu ditujukan khas untuk “Islamis jahat” dan “si bodoh yang dicuci otak” yang hadir memenuhi ‘Pindaan Akta 355: Antara Realiti dan Persepsi.'

Tanpa sebarang penyesalan, Siti Kasim ini mendakwa Setiausaha Agung Pas,Datuk Takiyuddin Hassan,salah seorang pembahas di wacana itu mengelirukan penonton semasa menjelaskan cadangan pindaan Akta Mahkamah Syariah (Bidang Kuasa Jenayah) 1965 atau Akta 355.Siti Kasim bermati-matian RUU355 ini ada kena mengena dengan hudud.Oh! terlalu takut benar Siti Kasim ini dengan perkataan `hudud’ ??? Itulah bahananya bila seseorang itu cetek fikiran,apa sahaja akan dilihatnya jahat,waima berkaitan Islam.Buat makluman Siti Kasim,sila bacaan fakta berikut :

1. Cadangan pindaan Akta Mahkamah Syariah (Bidang Kuasa Jenayah) 1965 (Akta 355) adalah untuk memperkasa Mahkamah Syariah yang ketika ini dibataskan kuasa hukuman kepada kadar maksimum penjara 3 tahun,denda RM5,000, 6 kali sebatan syar'ie.Kali terakhir dipinda pada tahun 1984 peningkatan dari penjara 6 bulan dan denda RM1000. Justeru hukuman yang ada sudah lapuk dan tidak langsung menggerunkan pesalah.Apa yang dicadangkan hanyalah meningkatkan hukuman maksimum kepada apa hukuman yang selaras dengan hukum syarak selain hukuman mati. Jumlah hukuman denda, penjara dan sebatan bakal ditentukan oleh Dewan Undangan Negeri.

2. Orang Bukan Islam tidak mungkin boleh dibicarakan di bawah Mahkamah Syariah kerana Perlembagaan Persekutuan menetapkan bidang kuasa Mahkamah Syariah hanya untuk umat Islam dan Akta 355,Seksyen 2 juga menjelaskan hanya orang Islam yang boleh dibicarakan dan dihukum di Mahkamah Syariah.Dan ini satu lagi penjelasan buat Siti Kasim yang terlalu takut dan memandang dangkal soal Islam.

3. Adakah Akta 355 adalah pintu belakang ke arah melaksanakan Hudud ??? Akta 355 tiada perkaitan dengan pelaksanaan hukum Hudud.Pelaksanaan Hudud hanya berkait rapat dengan pindaan kepada Perlembagaan Persekutuan.Contohnya bagi melaksanakan Hudud di Malaysia,sekurang-kurangnya tiga pindaan kepada beberapa bahagian dalam Perlembagaan perlu dilakukan dan bukan dengan meminda Akta 355 yang terhad kepada bidang kuasa Mahkamah Syariah yang merujuk kepada kuasa-kuasa yang disenaraikan dalam Butiran 1 Senarai Negeri Jadual Kesembilan Perlembagaan Persekutuan.

4. Apakah Perlembagaan boleh dipinda ??? Boleh dengan syarat undi majoriti iaitu 2/3 Ahli-Ahli Parlimen Dewan Rakyat bersamaan 148 daripada 222 orang Ahli Parlimen bersetuju menyokong satu-satu pindaan.

Realiti politik hari ini kalau digabungkan semua Ahli-Ahli Parlimen beragama Islam dari Umno,Pas,PKR,Amanah,PPBM dan DAP hanya berjumlah 135 orang.tidak memenuhi bilangan majoriti untuk meminda Perlembagaan.Bermakna Ahli-ahli Parlimen bukan Islam juga mempunyai hak dan kuasa bagi membolehkan hukuman Hudud dilaksanakan.

Siti Kasim oh! Siti Kasim...Janganlah takut dengan bayang-bayang sendiri.Takut dengan bayang-bayang Islam.Adakah slogan-slogan laungan parti demokratik sosialis DAP seperti keadilan,kebebasan,kesamarataan,suara rakyat dan sebagainya telah membuatkan kamu Siti Kasim terliur ??? Kita umat Islam amat bersimpati dengan Siti Kasim.Janganlah berlagak seperti muslim yang berfahaman modenisme dan liberal yang `semestinya’ menerima cara dan langkah DAP walaupun hakikatnya banyak melanggar norma-norma Islam.

APA KATA ANDA ???

Siti Kasim is one of the few Malay-Muslims who dares to speak out against hudud and what she terms “man-made” laws.

But the 53-year-old litigation lawyer, with her dyed blonde hair that she has had since she was in her 20s, tells me that she’s not a hero, even though a video and news of her flipping the bird to rude hecklers at a recent forum about PAS’ Shariah Bill has gone viral.

She jokes instead about how she would have “dressed to the nines” if she had known about the video.

Siti, who is co-deputy chair of the Bar Council committee on Orang Asli rights, also frequently champions for the indigenous community on land issues. The activist, who describes herself as more of an “on the ground person”, visits the Orang Asli community in Kelantan once a month to find out about their concerns and to get lawyers to represent them.

Not only does she do Orang Asli work, she also helps a group of Rohingya refugees manage their rented accommodation at a shoplot in Selayang as they can’t communicate with their landlord.

Siti, who has a 26-year-old daughter, spent 17 years in the UK from 1987 to 2004, during which she studied law at the Queen Mary University of London.


Vivacious, outspoken and unapologetic, Siti talks about how she deals with criticism, the sacrifices she makes for being opinionated and her dislike for former deputy prime minister and ex-Malaysian Islamic Youth Movement (ABIM) leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

In her own words:

I’m born a Malay. I’m a Muslim. It will affect me if I don’t speak up and wait for others, until when? So I have to do it, at the expense of my family who are also upset with me. My siblings are very unhappy with me. They get all these WhatsApp messages from other people, not to them specifically, you know we’re all in group group kan. Saying stories about me being a murtad, all the made-up stories, they viral it through WhatsApp.

They feel it’s an embarrassment, people kutuk-kutuk I dalam WhatsApp, and they’re in that group. So I try to explain to them. Of course, they’re just normal Muslims. They don’t want anything bad, biasalah, orang Melayu kan, malu. I understand their concern and all that, I try to explain to them. I love my family. My daughter supports me.

I discovered there is no requirement to wear tudung in the Quran. But now, tudung is the first precursor to be a Muslim. You don’t wear tudung, you don’t have the right to speak. Where does this come from? Muslims here have been taught what kind of Islam? Go back to the Quran. Read it. There’s no such thing as “kepala”, the word “head”, in the Quran, Surah An-Nisa. This kepala is added by the translators... breasts are specifically mentioned in the Quran... God says cover your breasts.

When he [Anwar Ibrahim] got caught, I can tell you I was the happiest person in London. I’m not joking because I think Malaysia was safe at that time. But then unfortunately, of course, the people have already been brainwashed by then. He already set in place this brainwashing in school. I blame it on him, he’s the one who brought in Islamisation to Malaysia. It’s nothing wrong to bring in good things, but he’s bringing in Wahhabism kind of Islam. This is where it’s not right. Why you want to bring Wahhabism interpretation of Islam? Because they mix the Arab culture into Islam.

Preachers are human beings as well. Who are they? They’re not God. Some of them can’t even read Arabic words.

They call me “makcik”, “perempuan tua ni”, calling me all kinds of names lah, “makcik tua ni”, “kubur kata mari” or something like that, [criticising] my blonde hair, my not wearing tudung. They took out pictures—I wear sexy clothes with my shisha and all that—they pick up from my Twitter before. Eh hello, I’m not stupid okay. Anything I put up on social media is because I like those pictures. They want to use that as a tool to shame me. If I see that, I say thank you very much for uploading that again because that’s one of my favourite pictures. Lepas tu, mereka tak tahu nak cakap apa.

I have a loud voice, I don’t yell. But during that forum, I had to raise my voice because they were heckling so loud. What gives me the courage? I don’t know, I don’t think it’s because of courage or being brave or what. I wasn’t mad. To be honest, I wasn’t even angry or anything. I just find that they’re stupid, you know. So I want to show their stupidity.

I am a human being. If I say that I don’t get hurt, I’m lying. Of course I get hurt, but luckily I’m the type — so what. My friends support me... all the good comments actually compensate for the bad ones.

They forget I’m speaking up for them also, you know. They don’t understand that. Yang pakai tudung ni kan, you can see a lot of them pakai tudung but actually wearing very tight, tight pants and all that — they don’t realise that if we allow these Islamists to actually control you, it will become like Acheh. The women are the ones who will suffer most. These people forget that I’m trying to uphold their dignity in the future.

I’m not surprised by the prejudices shown by the public now. That’s why I take it in my stride. It’s the way people are being brought up, to be judgmental. That’s how I see it — they can’t help it. Once they get to know you, they realise it’s just you. You’re not trying to grab the limelight or trying to pretend, or trying to speak about something you don’t know about.

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