Thursday, October 21, 2010

Islamic Fashion Festival In Malaysia: Penghinaan Terhadap Umat Islam Di Malaysia?

Dewan pemuda PAS pusat akan berhimpun secara aman bagi membantah tindakan isteri perdana menteri, Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor yang didakwa menghina syariat Islam dan Rasulullah SAW pada penganjuran Festival Busana Muslim di Kuala Lumpur, baru-baru ini, lapor Harakahdaily.





"DPPP mengecam sekeras kerasnya tindakan Rosmah Mansor yang didapati menghina syariat Islam dan Nabi Muhammad SAW apabila salah satu fesyen mereka menulis nama Nabi dalam keadaan pakaian itu jelas mendedahkan sebahagian besar aurat mereka.



"Kita desak Rosmah bertaubat dan minta maaf kepada umat Islam secara terbuka," kata Ketua Dewan Pemuda PAS Pusat, Nasrudin Hassan.

Katanya, bantahan berkenaan akan diadakan di masjid negeri seluruh Malaysia selepas solat Jumaat, 22 Oktober ini.

Pada festival itu, perkataan "Muhammad" dalam tulisan Arab secara terbalik didakwa diguna dan dipakai di dada salah seorang peraga fesyen yang tidak menutup aurat.

Tambahnya, pakaian yang diperagakan itu bukan pakaian Islam tetapi “pakaian wanita jalang dan jahiliah”.

"Sungguh memalukan dan jelas menunjukkan Rosmah jahil dan berniat jahat terhadap Islam," kata Nasrudin.

Sehubungan itu, beliau menggesa umat Islam bangkit menyertai perhimpunan itu bagi meluahkan bantahan terhadap tindakan Rosmah dan mendesak isteri perdana menteri itu bertaubat dan mohon maaf secara terbuka kepada seluruh umat Islam.



Rosmah merupakan Penaung Festival Busana Muslim atau Islamic Fashion Festival.

Semalam, ahli parlimen Titiwangsa, Dr Lo' Lo' Ghazali menggesa pPemimpin pertubuhan bukan kerajaan (NGO) Islam suapaya mengkaji tindakan Rosmah berhubung perkara yang sama.

Katanya, festival busana itu jelas menghina Islam apabila menggunakan nama agama untuk mengesahkan tindakan penganjuran pertunjukan yang tidak wajar itu.



"Kita berarak bantah kartun Nabi yang dibuat di Denmark, di sini di Malaysia, seluruh maruah Islam ditelanjangkan oleh IFF tersebut," kata Lo' Lo'.



Excerpt in English;

The Prime Minister's wife, Rosmah Mansor, will be the target of nationwide protests at mosques all over the country after Friday prayers tomorrow.
The self-declared First Lady of Malaysia has come under heavy criticism for promoting the recently held Islamic Fashion Festival (IFF), which Muslim groups have said was an insult to Islam and the Prophet.

At the forefront of the angry censure are PAS’s Youth and women’s wings. They have called her a hypocrite, accused her of harbouring ill-intentions towards Islam and told her to repent and apologise to Muslims.
"One of the models wore a revealing outfit which bore a reverse image of the Prophet’s name in Arabic across her chest,” said Youth chief Nasruddin Hassan.
"It was embarassing and clearly shows Rosmah's ill-intention towards Islam. We urge Rosmah to repent and openly apologise to the Muslim public."
He called on all Muslims to object to the affront and said tomorrow’s demonstrations would be held at all state mosques.

Lo’ Lo Ghazali, Titiwangsa MP and a prominent member of the PAS’s women’s wing, urged all Muslim NGOs to register their disapproval.
She said there was nothing Islamic about the IFF or the designs it exhibited.
An insulting show
“Even Rosmah herself was not suitably attired when launching the festival,” she said.
"This is hypocrisy. We were loudly protesting when a cartoon of the Prophet was published in Denmark. And here we are now openly using the name of the same Prophet to promote an irrelevant and insulting show.”
She said Muslim NGOs must stand up to Rosmah to prove their integrity.
"I would like to ask these NGOs: Aren't you ashamed? Don't you feel insulted that Rosmah has humiliated Islam?"

The IFF is a Malaysia-inspired showcase initiated in 2006 by Raja Rezza Shah and has since spread its wings to Jakarta, Abu Dhabi and New York.
At a media conference last June, Rosmah said the IFF had become an event with an important bearing on Malaysia's emergence as an Islamic fashion hub and had contributed to the country’s international standing in the world's fashion industry.
She credited IFF for bringing together elements of what Muslim women were looking for and turning them into mainstream fashion.

P:S// This issue would not be risen if the label "islamic" is taken away from the show. This is an utter disgrace. This seems to be a normal fashion show to me with no islamic intentions. To make matters worse, our prime minister and his wife, was there during the event. Being said that Rosmah told the media how lucrative "islamic" fashion business is, I couldn't see what the point she's trying to prove here.
There's a facebook page if you like to know more. 
Rosmah, you ruined our reputation.

3 comments:

ken said...

maybe it's about the design kot? :)

Anonymous said...

design is design.. tapi jgn eksploitasi busana muslimah sebegini rupa. sedikit sebanyak dah 'mentelanjangkan' imej wanita muslim.. busana muslim ape macamni.. terdedah sangat...

masemi said...

pernah dengar form follow function?,islam itu ada hukumnya-n this design must first mengkaji dlu hukum itu.if it can follow then it is a good design.for this, better buang nama islamic itu dengan tajuk yg lebih sesuai.tak perlulah berpropaganda lg.

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