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King Abdul Halim Yang Di-Pertuan Agong, Almu'tasimu Billahi,
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak of Malaysia,
Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC),
Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, OIC SecGEN,
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Bismillahir Rahmanir Rahim
To the Honorable Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu
Organisation of Islamic Cooperation
P.O.Box 178, Jeddah 21411,Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Tel: + 966 2 65 15 222
Fax: + 966 2 651 22 88
Assalamu alaykum wa Rahmatullaahi wa Baarakatuhu
Mine is a lone plaintive voice belonging to a Muslimah, a Bangsamoro from the Tausug tribe of Jolo, Sulu (the same province where the MNLF Chairman Nur P. Misuari comes from); one of the royal progeny of Sharif Ismail from Parang, and by historical fate belonging to a Filipino citizen of the Republic of the Philippines.
In the spirit of qata ur rahim wassilaatur rahim, I invoke the crucial intercession of KING ABDUL HALIM, the Yang Di-Pertuan Agong and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) so that Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak will resolutely end OPS DAULAT and the SABAH Siege and to resolve peacefully the cul de sac on "conflict of rights".
Moreover, I appeal to everyone to uphold our respect for the sanctity of Human Life at all times and of International Humanitarian Law because as much as both parties are standing on a right when they decided to be embroiled in this violent conflict, the substantive rights of innocent civilians consisting of vulnerable children, women, and the elderly is SUPREME over the rights asserted by these two conflicting groups.
I beseech 57 others to join me, let us affirm our striving as Muslims to help the oppressed as we simultaneously help the oppressors NOT to oppress the oppressed.
With all due respect and begging for your indulgence: as I sincerely supplicate to ALLAH, I exhort the Prime Minister of Malaysia and urgently appeal for the intercession of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong and the Secretary General of OIC to resolve the SABAH CRISIS and STOP OPS DAULAT.
I believe that as Muslims we must strive NOT to do any injustice to one another bearing in mind that it is the collective jihad of the community to resolve peacefully the prevailing problem on CORRUPTION and OPPRESSION by way of sincere nasiha in accordance with the Qur'an and Sunnah.
Let us not resort to fighting or bickering with our Muslim brethren because our SALAH (obligatory prayer) is the pact between us and them.
It could have been decided and acted upon in defense of honor and sovereignty of Malaysia BUT...
OPS DAULAT must be stopped because
1. the "military offensive" by way of OPS DAULAT- is NOT ONLY an all out surgical operation BUT has NOW BECOME a SIEGE-
a. being executed by the Malaysian government with the strategic intention to isolate Sabah from help and supplies,
b. for the purpose of lessening the "defensive" resistance exerted by RAJA MUDA AGBIMUDDIN KIRAM and his Royal Security Forces under the command of SULTAN JAMALUL KIRAM III (albeit they are standing on a rightful claim to Sabah),
c. so that the Malaysian forces can either flush them out or capture them "for as long as it takes."
IN EFFECT, the siege is now isolating SABAH from:
1. humanitarian assistance and humanitarian intervention coming from
a. the Philippines as well as
b. international communities such as the United Nations including
2. monitoring from third-party interventionists consisting of human rights groups, civil society organizations and media.
Beyond denouncing this siege as an act of injustice and an act of violence tantamount to an overkill now being done by Malaysia just to capture 235 men, united we ALL must proactively put an end to it because the military assault has now become indiscriminate and NOT solely directed at combatants.
I along with the 57 individuals/organizations unite our voices to say NO, to plaintively shout STOP, and to implore you to please act upon it NOW!
The prevailing situation may look bleak and hopeless, but we are hopeful that:
The Power of Answered Supplication like The Indisputable Precision of The Power of Allaah is swifter in exacting justice than keyboards which is more speedy than courts, louder than sounds of bombs and bullets, lethal than the Intrepid Kris, and better than NONE AT ALL.
Baarakallaahu feekum wa jazaakumullaahu khayran.
Your sister in Islam,
WARINA SUSHIL A. JUKUY
HELP STOP KILLING HEARTS and STOP SEVERING QATA UR RAHIM;
HOW? PLEASE Do NOT ALLOW THEM to kill fellow Muslims or cut-off kinship ties with them by UNJUSTLY labeling them as TERRORISTS!!!
Philippine Alliance of Human Rights Advocates (PAHRA) Philippines
Jihad al Akbar Foundation Catalyst for Proactive Change Philippines
Rene Magtubo, Partido ng Manggagawa (PM) Philippines
Partido ng Manggagawa (PM) Philippines
Markaz Muslimat Lid-dawah Islamiya Philippines
International Conference of Muslim Young Leaders 2003 Philippines
Abu Ghazie Qatar
Baibonn D. Sangid Philippines
Greg Fabros Philippines
Bin Ahmad Qatar
Adam Joseph Philippines
Benhur ben Joseph Qatar
Alnajib Butlangan Maujon Philippines
Ibn yousef Qatar
Anisha Elin Guro Philippines
Jhumura Estino Philippines
Gamson Jr Mawallil Quijano Saudi Arabia
Al Jundam Philippines
Domini Lorena Philippines
Raden Ikbala Philippines
Junical Saudi Arabia
Abdullah Amin Philippines
Dr Benj Bangahan Philippines
Benhar Yusop Qatar
Albar T. Ismael Qatar
Neldy Jolo Malaysia
Rose Al-kinani Philippines
Sherhija hajiron Philippines
Jundam Abdurahman Jumala Philippines
Lateef Akanbi Adeyemi Nigeria
Yawmin Abdurasad Qatar
Naeema Sali Philippines
Al Qatr Qatar
Satra Sali Philippines
Mohammad Jaji Philippines
Abdel Aziz Dawami Philippines
Harimar Calbi Totoh Philippines
Atitha Bint Ismael Brunei
Zadraina bint Zadarsia Philippines
Jenahl Bautista Philippines
Fatma Indiramal Saudi Arabia
Ummo Culthum Alibasa Philippines
Jehan Gui Papua New Guinea
Gemma Aharuddin Malali Philippines
Edris Jamaldin Qatar
Alnie Bautista Philippines
Arquiza Andas Rubio Philippines
Rima Bint Riffal Arquiza Philippines
Raizzah Bint Riffal Arquiza Philippines
Abu Aisha Dianedra Philippines
Umm Aisha Philippines
Umm Sadaqah Philippines