Enraged over rumors that Muslims have been baptized, a new coalition of nine Muslim groups is trying to mobilize every mosque in Bekasi — numbering in the hundreds — to go to war against the Christians. But surely the Vast Majority of Peaceful Muslims in those mosques will put a stop to this, won’t they? Won’t they? “Muslim Groups Talk War Over ‘Christianization,'” by Ulma Haryanto in the Jakarta Globe/Jihad Watch
Bucktooth Bashir sends his regards. So much for de-radicalization……
Jakarta Globe/Thanks to Mullah
Militia Units Against the “Christianization” of Â Bekasi? Â Does that mean jihad is not peaceful “inner struggle?” Â Lets turn that around and apply that to Europe, America or Australia: can you imagine if we would form Â “militia units against Â Islamization?”
The worlds Mohammedans, their enablers in the West, the useful idiots and the yuman rites industry would go apeshit.
When I say apeshit I mean they would call for jihad, which is their religious obligation anyway…….
In this photo taken last year, Volunteer fighters attend a sermon in Bakasi by Abu Bakar Bashir, who was alleged to have once headed the regional militant network Jemaah Islamiah. He was urging Muslims to fight in the Gaza Strip. Religious leaders in the Jakarta suburb on Sunday called on all Muslims to join forces and prepare for the possibility of war against the perceived Christianization of the city.
Christian devotees raise hands while singing during a Christmas mass at a stadium in Jakarta December 5, 2009. Approximately a hundred thousand Christians gathered for the celebration in Jakarta’s biggest stadium.
Bekasi Muslim Groups Call for Formation of Militia Units, Warn of Potential ‘War’
“The Christians are onto something!”
Several religious organizations in Bekasi have recommended that every Mosque in Bekasi on the outskirts of Jakarta form militia units and called on all local Muslims to prepare for the possibility of “war” against what they perceive to be the Christianization of the city in West Java.
- Islamic hard-line groups hold congress to deal with, growing number of Christian conversions/Islamization Watch
During the second Bekasi Islamic Congress at the Al-Azhar Mosque in Bekasi on Sunday, the call was made to all Bekasi Muslims to join forces against what they perceive to be the recent spreading of Christianity.
The groups are also expected to forward several recommendations to the Bekasi administration to create policies that are compliant with Shariah law.
“All Muslims should unite and standby because … the Christians are on to something,” Murhali Barda, head of the Bekasi chapter of the hard-line Islamic Defenders Front (FPI), told the Jakarta Globe on Sunday.
“Apparently they want to test our patience. We are planning to invite them for a dialogue to determine what they really want. If talks fail, this might mean war,” he warned.
Saleh Mangara Sitompul, the secretary of the congress and also a member of the Bekasi branch of Muhammadiyah, Indonesia’s second largest Muslim organization, said another recommendation was for every mosque in Bekasi to form their own individual paramilitary units.
“We hope that the recommendations to the government could be a guide for them so that there will be no religious defamation or inter-religious conflicts,” he said.
On Tuesday, the Islamic Defenders Front said that it would insist that the city issue policies in line with its view of Islam.
The comments came a day after the Bekasi government sealed another Protestant church because of constant pressure from hard-line groups, and three days after the administration pulled down the “Tiga Mojang,” or Three Girls, statue.
The statue at the Harapan Indah residential complex was dismantled after demonstrations by hard-line pressure groups that deemed the sculpture at odds with conservative Muslim views.
The Jakarta suburb is becoming a religious battleground, with hard-line Islamists claiming that Christian zealots have targeted the community.