Bingit kedengaran suara-suara lantang di landasan atas talian & sosial media, bermodalkan kemahirannya sebagai pahlawan papan kekunci. Tujuan kita sama, mahu menzahirkan kecintaan kita kepada negara kita sampai terlupa perkara asas kemanusiaan bahawa kita mesti saling menghormati antara satu sama lain.
Sudah fitrah menjadi saudara, sudah fitrah menjadi adik beradik.
Perselisihan faham, pergaduhan manja perebutan 'permainan' tanda kita akrab. Perkara tersebut malah membuatkan hubungan kita semakin kuat dan secara tidak sedar, kita semakin peka untuk mengambil tahu keadaan sosial antara satu sama lain, kita sentiasa ada walaupun tidak pernah meminta, kita sentiasa membantu bila salah satunya sedang berduka.
MALAYSIA - INDONESIA, selamanya bersaudara.
"Jangan kerana nila setitik, rosak susu sebelanga"
The best thing you can spend on your kids is time. Don't too busy with yours smart phones, please play attention to your kids. If you are more focused on your children, you may be pushing them away from you and encouraging bad behavior without even realizing it's happening.
In 1993, the UN tried to bring democracy to Cambodia.
Is that dream dead?
In the early 1990s, the international community - through what was then the largest-ever UN peacekeeping operation - made an idealistic attempt to remake broken, war-ravaged Cambodia into a functioning liberal democracy.
Twenty-five years later, Hun Sen, the man who ran the country before the UN arrived, remains in charge and Cambodia is on the eve of a one-sided election widely seen as marking the end of that era.
Sophorn understands the value of a free vote. His early years were spent in a children's work collective during the brutal Khmer Rouge regime, a four-year reign of terror in which some two million people died, including his own father. He muddled through school after Vietnamese forces toppled the radical Maoists and occupied his country.
Then in 1992, when he was in his last year of high school, the UN's blue helmets arrived in Cambodia. He stumbled into the international peacekeeping mission after using his rudimentary English to help an Indian officer and his wife buy things at a market in rural Prey Veng province.
"It was the first time that I could talk English with a foreigner in my life," he said. "He asked me, 'would you like to work for Untac [the UN Transitional Authority in Cambodia]?'"
More than 20,000 military, police and other personnel of all nationalities had flooded Cambodia, which had been largely cut off from the outside world since 1975. The international contingent was there to do something the UN had never done before: take control of an independent state's administration and set up and run national elections. It was also meant to help bring about a ceasefire between the various warring factions, disarm their forces and repatriate thousands of refugees languishing in camps on the Thai border.
Tens of millions of dollars poured into one of the world's poorest countries, sending inflation soaring. Thousands of women entered the sex trade due to the arrival of UN personnel, and HIV/AIDS infections spiked.
But the UN's arrival also created thousands of jobs and myriad business opportunities for canny Cambodians, and corrupt officials.
Sophorn was soon trained as a voter registration officer. He travelled from village to village spreading news of the upcoming election and signing people up to vote. The mercurial and beloved Prince Norodom Sihanouk - the jazz-loving, French-speaking
former king - had returned following years in exile, and after living through a nightmare many Cambodians were optimistic that their country might return to a previous era of peace.
"I think, by Untac, everybody felt happy because the king came back and we were expecting… that the country would be okay, would be as good as the past," said Sophorn.
Tim Carney, an American who ran Untac's information and education division, said a priority for his office, which established Cambodia's first ever independent radio station, had been to convince people that their votes would be kept secret. This was no small matter for a population which had lived under the paranoid Khmer Rouge, which boasted of watching over its populace with "the eyes of a pineapple".
Mr Carney began the mission with high hopes that the Khmer Rouge - who went on to spend the 1980s waging a guerilla war against the Vietnamese-backed government of Hun Sen - would give up their fight and participate in this UN-organised election.
They had signed the Paris Peace Accords in 1991 that paved the way for Untac. It was a peace deal designed to end a conflict that had been fuelled by bitter Cold War enmities between the major powers, who supplied arms and money to the different Cambodian factions.
Undang undang Syariah di Negara Brunei Darussalam adalah
berpandukan ajaran Agama Islam yang mana ianya adalah Agama rasmi di Negara Brunei
Undang undang syariah ini adalah satu undang undang yang
bertoleransi. Undang undang ini dikhususkan bagi yang berAgma islam, manakala
orang yang bukan beragama islam pula, tidaklah sama hukumannya dengan orang
yang bukan beragama islam.
Pada masa ini, selepas hukuman Hudud dilaksanakan di Brunei
Darussalam, banyak daripada orang yang bukan beragama islam menolak undang
undang ini, jika mereka memahami bagaimana undang-undang ini dijalankan, kami
yakin mereka ini jugalah yang akan menyokong undang undang ini.
Majoriti daripada orang yang menolak undang undang ini adalah
disebabkan kurangnya kefahaman terhadap bagaimana cara ianya dijalankan dan
disabitkan jike berlaku suatu kes atau kesalahan dibawah hukuman jenayah
Sebagai contoh, sambutan hari Natal di negara Brunei bagi yang
tidak berugama islam, ianya masih dibenarkan, undang undang ini tidak juga
menindas Agama yang lain.
Brunei Darussalam juga menitik beratkan tentang larangan membawa,
menjual atau mengedar minuman yang memabukkan khususnya orang yang berugama
Islam, jika yang membawa atau meminum itu bukan yang berugama Islam adalah
dibenarkan, akan tetapi dengan Had-Had yang ditetapkan.
Meminum Arak adalah sesuatu yang telah dilarang dalam ugama Islam, Ini
kerana telah dinyatakan di dalam Al-Quran hukuman bagi meminum arak adalah
dilarang sama sekali bagi yang berugama Islam.
Firman Allah Ta’ala dalam surah Al Maidah ayat 90 :
Yang bermaksud : “ hai orang orang yang beriman, sesungguhnya (
meminum ) khamar, berjudi, menyembah berhala , mengundi nasib dengan panah
adalah perbuatan keji termasuk perbatan shaiton, maka jauhilah
perbuatan-perbuatan itu agar kamu mendapat keberuntungan.”
Dan disini saya berikan tentang adanya toleransi di antara yang
berugama islam dan yang tidak mengikut ajaran islam dan juga undang undang
Firman Allah Ta’ala dalam surah al kafirun ayat 6 :
﴿ لَكُمْ دِينُكُمْ وَلِيَ دِينِ ﴾
: ” bagi kamu ugama kamu, bagi kuugamaku "