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Al-Ghazwul Fikri

‫الغزو الفكرى‬
Penyakit Umat
Apakah al-Ghazwul Fikri?
• Serangan pemikiran
• Ramai tidak menyedari – bukti?
Ramai terikut cara kuffar.
• Apakah kafir akan berhenti dari
memerangi Islam? Tidak 61:8,
9:32
Perbezaan Ghazwul Qitali dan
Ghazwul Fikri
SERANGAN/SERBUAN
Qitali Fikri
Saling mengetahui siapa lawan Sepihak sahaja,yang lain tidak
mengetahui jika di serang

Banyak mengorbankan nyawa Relatif, tidak ada.

Memerlukan dana yang besar Relatif, memerlukan dana yang


sedikit
Hasilnya, belum tentu berhasil Hasil, nyata terlihat hasilnya.

Kesannya terbatas Kesannya dalam dan luas


Sejarah Ghazwul Fikri
• Sejarah lama – sejak Nabi Adam a.s
– Teknik Iblis (7:20-21)
• Sejarah moden :
– Perang Salib (1-9) – buku, wiki (1095-1291)
– Kesah King Louise IX
– Catatan King Louise IX
Fasa-fasa GF
• Sebelum kejatuhan Khalifah
• Semasa kejatuhan Khalifah
• Selepas kejatuhan Khalifah
Sebelum kejatuhan Khalifah
• putuskan hubungan antara umat Islam
(nasionalisme)
• sekulerisma,
• orientalisme
• Kristianisasi
• women lib
• dll
Putuskan hubungan dgn Khalifah
Sekulerisma
• Mustafa Kamal Ata-Turk
Di Nusantara

Snouck
Apa kerja
Snouck?
Pembunuhan Umat Aceh
Kehidupan akibat gf hidup
jahiliyyah:
• sangka buruk kepada Allah
• rasa tidak perlu kepada hidayah dan
panduan Allah
• melaksanakan peraturan dan undang-
undang jahiliyyah
• hidup cara jahiliyyah
• bangga dengan trend jahiliyyah.
• peragaan cara jahiliyyah
Cara serangan
• Song • Fun
• Sex • Female
• Smoke • Fashion
• Sport • Food
Siapa di belakang semua ini?

• Hollywood
• Broadcasting
• Siapa di belakang
Amerika
Melepaskan diri semula dari Gf:
• Diri dan masyarakat
–dakwah dan jihad yang
bersungguh2.
–jamaah dan harakah.
Masalah:
• Penyakit ini telah melekat kuat
• Penyakit takut mati dan
sangat sayangkan dunia.
Lampiran: projek di Borneo
Project Canterbury
Borneo: The Land of River and Palm
By Eda Green
[no place:] Borneo Mission Association, no date [c. 1909]
Chapter VI. Sixty Years of Missions

WE have seen that in 1839, Sir James Brooke first landed in Sarawak. His rule,
wise and strong, did very much for the country, but, as his diary tells, he felt
that a higher teaching than that of civil rule alone was needed, and, during a
visit to England in 1847 he appealed to the church at home to help him in
establishing a mission. Neither the S.P.G. nor C.M.S. saw their way to
undertake the work, so a personal friend of the Rajah's, the Rev. A. D.
Brereton, organised a committee, of which the Earl of Ellesmere was
President, Admiral Sir H. Keppel, Admiral C. D. Bethune, Canon Rylewood,
and Mr. Brereton were the other members, with the Rev. I. F. Stooks as
Hon. Secretary. Their object was to collect and administer funds to support
a mission in Sarawak under the Rajah's protection, with the hope of
spreading Christianity throughout the island of Borneo, and the adjacent
countries. Funds soon came in, the Queen Dowager headed the list and
S.P.G. gave £50 a year.
In June, 1847, the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Bishop
of London appointed the Rev. F. McDougall of Magdalen Hall,
Oxford, a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, as head of
the mission. The Rev. W. Wright, and the Rev. S. Montgomery
were chosen to work with him. Mr. Montgomery died of fever
caught whilst visiting in his English parish, so only Mr.
McDougall and Mr. Wright with their wives and children sailed
for Borneo in November 1847.
They did not reach Kuching until June, 1848. They were
warmly welcomed by the English residents, and by the
Rajah's arrangement were housed in a large building erected
by a German Missionary who had been recalled, and of which
the lower part was now used as a court-house, In the rooms
above, the two missionaries and their families lived for some
months. In one small room Mr. McDougall opened a
dispensary where he received patients for two or three hours
each day: in this way he made friends with many of the
people, and also learned a good deal of the Malay language.
For part of the day this same room was used as a school for
a few adults who wanted to learn more English.