Tahun 2013 kembali diributkan perihal mulainya waktu puasa
tough2slf menulis pada Sep 1, 2011
Di Tahun 2011 maka para penggemar hura hura pada saat Lebaran yang telah merencanakan pesta fora kecewa karena disuguhkan ketupat bengkulu oleh Menteri Agama
Apabila dinegara asal usul agama Islam Lebaran dirayakan pada tanggal 30 Agustus 2011 maka selayaknya nabi baru di Indonesia dinyatakan tanggal 31 Agustus 2011 … itu sih mau tampil beda yang keblas blasan …
Biang keroknya adalah penentuan terjadinya Hilal
Apakah Hilal itu …..tidak lain penampakan permulaan bulan sabit …
CCD (Concocted Crescent Delusion)
– Iran Marja’ declares a moon seen by telescope in daylight as valid.
– ICOP member Mr. Alireza Mehrani said: “The crescent of Ramadan has been observed on Friday, August 21, 2009, at 10:30 am LT (06:00 UT) by 5 person of Iranian observers under the supervision of Mr. Mohsen Sharifi with the 14” telescope (from 10:30 to 12:00 LT).
– ICOP coordinator Br. Odeh “Today Saturday 19 September 2009, it was my first trial to observe the crescent from Amman-Jordan using the new CCD technique. I saw it today at 12 noon time. The shape was verified with astronomical software, and the crescent was exactly as we photographed it. (Note: The crescent was not seen by naked eye and it was NOT seen by telescope! It was only seen by CCD imaging after image processing.”
Do the Muslim Fuqaha (and our astronomical experts) understand why the Qur’an (2:189) called ‘Ahilla’ “Mawaaqeet” (points of time for dividing “Time” into months, etc)? It was to create the Islamic calendar for religious observances.
That is what the Messenger (PBUH) understood, and that is why he instructed the Muslims:
“La Tasuumu Hatta tarwul-Hilaal….” (Bukhari)
What the Muslims are doing is not what the Qur’an asked or the Prophet (pbuh) did. They have turned the Islamic calendar into a laughing matter
Thousand of years ago the Jewish month also started by the Hilal (the earliest visible crescent moon) as the Muslims have been doing for the last 1400 years. Why did the Jewish calendar commission abandon the “Hilal” approximately two thousand years ago though they could calculate the New Moon (Conjunction) to the accuracy of 8 seconds? They realized that NO calendar was POSSIBLE by Hilal (the earliest visibility of the moon) or by the New Moon (Conjunction).
During last 60 years, the Muslim Fuqaha and astronomers have messed up every aspect of the Islamic calendar. Fiqhi and technical arguments about what is the “Ru’yah” of “Qata’i Hilal”
Apakah saya sanggup berpuasa dari permulaan bulan sabit sampai dengan bulan purnama berikutnya
Bagong :Lho Puasanya mulainya bulan kapan ….?
A Cong : kalau ikutin uwe punya leluhul maka kenapa tidak saat mulai tulun hujan saja
Masalahnya waktu bulan sabit & hujan kan tidak setiap tahun sama?
Iya kalau begitu kita dijadikan bulan bulanan … sebagai si pungguk merindukan bulan dong
Yang penting kan niat untuk Puasa dan itu tidak hanya berarti menahan lapar dan haus saja lho akan tetapi melaksanakan
•Jihad Al-Nafs – Berperang dengan diri sendiri
•Jihad Al-Lisan – Berperang melawan lidah sendiri
•Jihad Al-Yad – Berperang melawan tangan sendiri
Daripada ribut ribut perihal penentuan Ramadhan (lho yang nentukan juga manusia) maka seandainya bedug yang ditabuh …here there and everywhere…pada saat yang sama… maka ketupat akan lebih lezat rasanya
Jadi ingat tentang perselisihan pada masalah Perjamuan Terakhir antar Jesus dan Jahudi
Menurut Jahudi bukan seder sedangkan menurut Kristen adalah seder
Menurut pihak Jahudi pada saat Jesus hidup (30M) yaitu pada masa pemerintahan Pontius Pilatus dari tahun 26M – 37M maka festival Seder (yang dimulai sejak 621SM) masih dilakukan di kuil Jahudi hingga penghancuran the Second Temple pada tahun 70M
Seder=Order wajib dilakukan dengan sangat ketat yaitu tersedianya domba kurban – unleaved roti(roti dibuat dari adonan tanpa asam) – bitter herbs(tanaman pahit)
Jesus tidak mengenal dengan apa yang disebut Seder karena makanan wajib tersebut diatas tidak tersedia
At that time, the core element of Passover observance had been Jerusalem’s sacrificial cult, from 621 B.C.E. (when the biblical mandate first appeared) up until 70 C.E. (the destruction of the Second Temple). Jewish families brought paschal (Passover) lambs for sacrifice on the Temple altar as biblically prescribed: “Thou shalt sacrifice the Passover offering…in the place which the Lord shall…cause His name to dwell [Jerusalem’s Temple]” (Deuteronomy 16:2, 5–6); and the practice of King Josiah: “In the eighteenth year of King Josiah [621 B.C.E.] was this Passover kept…in Jerusalem” (Second Kings 23:21–23). For the ceremony, the kohanim (priests) conducted the sacrificial rite. Then families retrieved and consumed their meat as the main part of their Passover meal, which also included unleavened bread and bitter herbs (recalling the Hebrews’ enslavement in Egypt).
Then, in 70 C.E., approximately 40 years after Jesus’ death, Rome destroyed the Second Jerusalem Temple, thus ending the required central component of Passover observance, as sacrifice of paschal lambs by the Temple priests was no longer possible
In the 50s C.E., Paul of Tarsus wrote of the “sacrifice” of Christ, “our paschal lamb,” urging Christians to avoid the “leaven of malice and evil” in favor of “the unleavened bread of sincerity and truth” (1 Corinthians 5:6ff.). In 71 C.E., in the wake of the Temple’s fall, Mark—followed by Matthew ca. 85 and Luke ca. 95—reimagined Jesus’ Thursday night Last Supper (ca. 30 C.E.) as having been a Passover meal, most likely to correlate Passover, the festival of physical and political freedom for the Jews, with Jesus’ death, which Christians claimed brought spiritual freedom, indeed salvation, for humanity. John, meanwhile, preferring to interpret Jesus himself as the paschal lamb, set that Passover meal on Friday night, 24 hours after Jesus’ Last Supper, so as to coincide Jesus’ death with that of the Passover lambs sacrificed shortly before that Friday evening’s Passover meal. Thus, the various Gospel writers embellished Last Supper narrations with their own preferred Passover motifs in service to Christian theology
In time, Passover-Easter became the most dangerous season for Jews in Christian Europe. Medieval mythology came to cast Jews as kidnapping and killing Christian children for their blood (supposedly needed to bake Passover matzah), an accusation resulting in torture, even death, for countless Jews charged with the (seasonal) reenactment of their ancestors’ alleged murder of Jesus. Some Jews were even accused of deriving and adapting their seder from the Lord’s Supper!
Once the seder became imported into churches, however, the pendulum swung disturbingly too far. Passover was now transformed into an overtly Christian celebration—wherein Jewish haggadot were photocopied and repackaged with insertions of a Christological nature blatantly contrary to original rabbinic intent. Such fanciful notions included the death of the firstborn foreshadowing the death of Jesus (God’s firstborn); the lamb’s blood on wooden doorposts of Israelite homes in Egypt anticipating Jesus’ blood on the wooden cross; the passing through the Red Sea heralding the sacrament of baptism—the Red Sea so named because of the saving blood of Jesus; the three pieces of matzah (centered on the table) representing the Trinity; the breaking of the middle matzah recalling the breaking of the body of Jesus (second person of the Trinity); the stripes on the matzah reminiscent of the lash marks from Jesus’ whippings; and the matzah’s tiny perforations recalling the stigmata piercing Jesus’ hands, feet, and side.