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Copied this from my Journal in DA, edited it so it's more fitting to put here. Disregarding the Islam content, please try to open your mind and self reflect to our own actions. It began from an act of a certain person who drew Prophet Muhammad S.A.W. in a very inappropriate manner. Or should I say in a very disgusting manner. And submitted it in DeviantArt.All Muslim must know (or maybe some of other religion believers might know) that it's strictly forbidden just to try to draw Prophet Muhammad's face, moreover to draw him in a devilish like as if he was some kind of Satan's descendant or something. Not to mention that the person accusing him as a child rapist and a murderer. This is outrageous and unacceptable.Ok, let's consider that this is a right for freedom of speech and express oneself, like some people said for justification. But a right is not right if it's stepping on other people's right. If you get what I mean. Freedom means you can do whatever you wish; freedom also means you can speak whatever you want. But you don't have the right to claim that freedom if you're violating others. Living in society is not about doing everything you wanted to do, but also tolerating others. If you can't do that, just dig your own hole and stick your sorry self in it and stay there forever.Some say that Muslims are terrorists. But can you judge hundreds of millions of Muslims in the world just with the radical act of a small group of people? Don't you think if we are all terrorists, the world would be ours? We will dominate the earth and each and every single of you would be forced to enter Islam, to be a Muslim. And let's tore down all other religion's place of worship except mosques along the way, shall we? Ridiculous thought, huh? Even I don't like that kind of thinking. The basic of Islam is tolerance. But some radical Islam believers must take the wrong meaning of Quran or Hadits contents or bend the meaning in a very extreme way. Just to justify their actions. Using the false interpretation to correct their false ways. Same thing like convincing others about bad things about Islam, don't you think? By quoting other people's words and misleading people by it. I say, without belittling other religions, that there must be some small group of people who have extreme beliefs about their religion. Extreme to the point of thinking that other people who doesn't think like they are, is a sinner. And they all must die.I would laugh on thoughts like this. Having the same religion doesn't mean you also think the same. Even though it's sad for those people who really taking extreme action for their beliefs and causing casualties. These kinds of misguided stupid action from the radical Muslim that led the misunderstanding for all who have very little knowledge about Islam. Tolerate others, not only in Islam, but isn't that the basic thing taught in society? Well, at least it was taught in my society; my family, the place I grew. In Indonesia, we have Moral education taught since the first grade in elementary school until high school, even in college as basic lecture. Even though we Indonesians always think that it's not important - so we sometimes belittle that subject - but realizing it or not, some of the lesson has embroidered in our heart and mind. I think that's why we are the only Muslim country that has very high tolerance to other religions. Yes, we are the only country that celebrates the most religious holidays. We celebrate 5... no, 6 different religions important days every year.I won't deny that we also have human rights violation issues like; radical religion, terrorism, and tribal war. Well, tell me which country doesn't? Even a strong liberal country like America has their own human rights problems.But once again, it's all about tolerance. Some people might not understand what that means, but I'm sure there are many others who really understand the meaning and can appreciate others. Especially for a very delicate matter such as religions.And last, I'm very thankful and proud to all of the people in DA who defend the Muslim's rights against that inappropriate thing-I-don't-even-want-to-call-it-art. They all fought for it until it was finally deleted. Even though it was deleted by the reason of art theft, not for the Hate art issue.I think this is not just an Islam issue, this is just ONE of the samples from rights discriminating. Who cares whether you're a Muslims, Christians, Buddhists, Hindus, or other religion believers, or even an Atheists? Your actions are all that counts. The individual action that you've done by your own free will is the one that separate you from being a good person, or a lousy scum of the society.
Labels: arts, human rights, religions