Sunday, June 17, 2012

Pewaris Takhta Arab Saudi, Putera Mahkota Nayef Mangkat

"Memantau pergerakan peristiwa semasa di Arab Saudi dalam konteks hadits Riwayat Tsauban da... thumbnail 1 summary
"Memantau pergerakan peristiwa semasa di Arab Saudi dalam konteks hadits Riwayat Tsauban darihal akhir zaman. Menanti tumbangnya kerajaan boneka Arab Saudi setelah sekian lama melakukan khianat keatas seluruh Ummat Islam dan RasuluLlah Sallallahu'alaihi wa sallam serta para sohabah ridwanuLlahu 'ajmain."

Pautan: Kerajaan Arab Saudi yang semakin rapuh

KSA TIMELINE: 2 down 1 to go
Putera Mahkota Arab Saudi, Nayef bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud mangkat hari ini, memetik laporan media kerajaan yang masih merahsiakan secara tepat lokasi kematian.

Namun, menurut laporan televisyen Al-Arabiya, Putera Nayef telah mangkat di Switzerland.

Putera yang berusia 78 tahun yang merupakan saudara tiri kepada Raja Abdullah telah dibelenggu penyakit kencing manis, osteoporosis dan juga kanser telah berlepas ke luar negara untuk bercuti dan melakukan ujian perubatan penghujung bulan lalu.

Baginda juga mengetuai Jawatankuasa Arab Saudi untuk intifada Al-Quds yang menyediakan bantuan kepada pelarian Palestin.

Putera Nayef, yang juga Timbalan Perdana Menteri dan Menteri Dalam Negeri turut bertindak sebagai Jawatankuasa Tertinggi Haji diumumkan menjadi Putera Mahkota pada Oktober tahun lalu mengantikan pewaris sebelum itu yang turut mangkat, Sultan Bin Abdul Aziz.

Kemangkatan Baginda bermakna Raja Arab Saudi, Raja Abdullah akan melantik pewaris yang kedua dalam tempoh sembilan bulan.

Menteri Pertahanan, Putera Salman, 76 dilihat mungkin bakal pewaris baru kerajaan Arab Saudi.

Saudi Crown Prince Nayef bin Abdul Aziz died at the age of 79 outside the kingdom on June 16, 2012.
Saudi Arabia’s state TV says 79-year-old Crown Prince Nayef bin Abdul Aziz, who was recently receiving medical treatment, has “died outside the kingdom."

Saudi Crown Prince Nayef dead: State TV

The state TV announced the death of Nayef, the half brother of Saudi King Abdullah, after a statement was issued by the Saudi royal court on Saturday.

The funeral is expected to be held on Sunday in the holy city of Mecca after Nayef’s body is returned.

Nayef was announced the new heir to the Saudi throne after the death of his full brother, former Crown Prince Sultan bin Abdul Aziz, at a New York hospital on October 22, 2011.

The 79-year-old Nayef, who was also the long-serving interior minister of Saudi Arabia, recently left the kingdom for medical treatment and was seen in Switzerland a few days ago.

Nayef had also traveled for medical reasons to a few countries including Algeria and the United States this year. The nature of his illness has not been made public.

His brother, Prince Ahmed bin Abdul Aziz, was recently quoted as saying in a Saudi daily that the crown prince was in “good health” and that he would “soon” return to Saudi Arabia.

Next in line for the position of crown prince is expected to be Nayef’s younger brother, Prince Salman, who is the minister of defense. However, no one has officially been announced to replace the dead crown prince.


Facts about Saudi Arabia

1) AGE ISSUE: Talal bin Abdel Aziz says he is the one who deserves to get the post, since he is the elder brother. He says according to their father’s will, the elder brother will get it. Talal was deprived of the post the previous time when Sultan bin Abdel Aziz died last year. WHY? Because Talal is calling for a constitutional monarchy, not an absolute one. Talal calls for reforms.

2) ETHNIC STRIFE: The people of Hijaz region including Mecca, Medina and Jeddah, are fiercely against the rule of Al Saudi.

3) YEMEN: Assir, Jazan, Najjran, the three provinces occupied by Saudi Arabia are a bone of contention as people there want to rejoin Yemen as their motherland.

4) Oil-rich Eastern Province is struck with unrest, protests, burning of the Saudi leaders’ pictures, women protests, student protests, killings and imprisonments.

5) SAUDI HEREDITARY MONARCHY holds absolute power, but it is backed by the West.

6) There is a family strife between Sudairi sons, who hold key security posts, and non-Sudairi ones.

7) Israeli-occupied Saudi islands.

8) Saudi Arabia is helping the dictators such as Ben Ali, Mubarak.

9) Saudi Arabia is helping the monarchy in Bahrain militarily.

10) There is a growing rift among Salafi groups in Saudi Arabia, the new generation called the Awakening Salafists, who call for reforms, and the hardline ones.

11) Poverty is rife in Saudi Arabia, mostly in Eastern Province where Shias reside and in provinces bordering Yemen.

12) The US is making efforts in Saudi Arabia to prevent a power struggle and stunt the waves of Islamic Awakening in the country.

"Berfikir tanpa kotak"

Ar Ra'isul Mutakallim, Tabligh Ki Zabaan (Lidah Tabligh) Hadrat Maulana Umar Palanpuri Rahmatullahu 'alaihi berkata: "Orang yang kuat adalah orang yang sanggup bertahan dalam arus kerosakan. Orang yang lebih kuat adalah orang yang sanggup melawan arus kerosakan. Namun orang yang paling kuat adalah orang yang sanggup merubah arah arus kerosakan hingga menjadi akannya arus kebaikan.”

“Dajjal bersama tenteranya mempunyai kekuatan yang amat istimewa dan amat tersusun. Begitu juga Yakjuj dan Makjuj membuat huru-hara di seluruh dunia. Kehebatan mereka tiada siapa yang dapat melawan dan orang beriman berundur dengan hanya makan zikir dan tasbih."

"Allah zahirkan kudratnya hanya dengan labah-labah yang kecil dijadikan asbab untuk menggigit tengkuk-tengkuk mereka hingga mati. Mayat mereka begitu busuk diseluruh dunia. Orang beriman tidak tahan terus berdoa pada Allah. Allah ta'ala hantarkan hujan dan banjir menghanyutkan mereka ke laut. Inilah yang akan berlaku di akhir zaman nanti."

"Amalan dakwah memisahkan hak dan batil seperti air menghanyutkan sampah dari emas dan logam-logam yang lain. Namun pekerja² agama jika wujud cinta dunia dalam hati mereka seperti emas dan disaluti logam-logam lain, maka banyak masalah yang akan timbul.”