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    Dortmund's Klopp again rules out Man Utd job

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SEREMBAN, 9 April (Bernama) -- Umat Islam perlu mengelak daripada

terjerumus dalam perbuatan ''haram-mengharam'' yang dilihat boleh menyebabkan

perpecahan dan kehancuran di kalangan umat Islam sendiri.

Menteri Besar Negeri Sembilan Datuk Seri Mohamad Hasan berkata jika berlaku

perpecahan, masyarakat Islam di negara ini tidak akan mampu bekerjasama untuk

membawa atau menyumbang apa-apa kejayaan kepada negara.

"Ada orang kata sembahyang saya tidak ada pahala. Ada orang kata saya kafir.

Ada orang kata saya buat masjid kerana mahu bagi kontrak pada orang. Tapi yang

pentingnya dalam hidup ini niat kita yang baik.

"Kalau macam sesetengah pihak mengadakan kuliah atau ceramah agama kalau

niat kerana agama, Alhamdulillah. Tapi kalau buat untuk tarbiahkan orang supaya

masuk PAS, itu tujuannya lain," katanya kepada pemberita selepas menghadri

majlis makan tengah hari bersama ketua-ketua jabatan kerajaan negeri di sini

hari ini.

Beliau diminta mengulas mengenai deklarasi Ulama Pondok, Sekolah Agama

Rakyat dan Tahfiz, semalam yang menyatakan bahawa haram bagi umat Islam di

negara ini mengundi pakatan pembangkang pada pilihan raya umum ke-13 kerana

mereka menyokong pluralisme agama yang jelas menyekutukan Allah, seperti

disiarkan akhbar harian hari ini.

-- LAGI

MOHAMAD-HARAM 2 (AKHIR) SEREMBAN

Mohamad berkata sebaiknya setiap perkara yang dilakukan dinilai dengan niat

seseorang itu dan pihak lain seharusnya tidak mudah menghukum dengan mengatakan

ia haram.

"Kalau kita sudah biasa mengharamkan orang, menuduh orang kafir, haram itu

haram ini, sembahyang tiada pahala dan lain-lain, maka akan ada puak-puak lain

pula yang akan bangun dan akan menuding jari kepada kita," katanya.

Sementara itu, Mohamad berkata sejak menjawat jawatan menteri besar sembilan

tahun lalu, banyak perubahan positif berjaya dilaksanakan terhadap jabatan dan

agensi kerajaan negeri.

Beliau berkata ini terbukti apabila surat aduan yang diterima daripada

rakyat berjaya dikurangkan dan melonjakkan negeri ini ke tahap yang lebih tinggi

berbanding negeri lain dari segi pelaksanaan dan penjelasan projek.

"Prestasi kita baik dan saya mahu supaya kekalkan prestasi cemerlang ini.

Apa yang penting ialah apabila pelaksanaan itu baik sistem penyampaian

terlaksana dengan baik maka yang mendapat faedahnya adalah rakyat sebagai

pelanggan kita," katanya.

-- BERNAMA

SH RHO SN

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