ARAB-MALAYSIAN MERCHANT BANK BHD v. SILVER CONCEPT SDN BHD Summary of Decision 9

 ARAB-MALAYSIAN MERCHANT BANK BHD v. SILVER CONCEPT SDN BHD Summary of Decision 9

[2006] 8 CLJ 9  

ARAB-MALAYSIAN MERCHANT BANK BHD v. SILVER CONCEPT SDN BHD
HIGH COURT MALAYA, SHAH ALAM
[ORIGINATING SUMMONS NO: MT1-24-2310-2000]
SURIYADI HALIM OMAR J
30 JUNE 2005

 

[22] To some, hereinafter referred to as purists or fundamentalists, a word made respectable by the former Malaysian Prime Minister, to even accede to the mazhab’s concept is per se blasphemous, as in the eyes of Islam they would have committed sin, for having divided the religion of Islam into different sects (Al-Quran 6: 159). Without wanting to stir any hornet’s nest, during the life time of Prophet Muhammad, these Mazhabs never existed and Islam as propagated by him was the solitary sect. As far as any purist is concerned only the mazhab of Muhammad existed then. The sects that came after him were never revealed through him by the Almighty, and surely if He had wanted it sanctioned He would have revealed it through the prophet. His prophecy of his followers splitting up into seventy-three sects, with only one acceptable group religiously adhering to his sublime teachings, has given further ammunition to these purists.

purists Seseorang yang mempercayai dan mengamalkan ilmu-ilmu yang asal dan asas/dasar sahaja
fundamentalists Seseorang yang mempercayai dan mengamalkan ilmu-ilmu yang asal dan asas/dasar sahaja yang dianggap betul.
respectable layak dihormati, terhormat
accede to menyetujui
per se Sendiri, yang didalam (dirinya)
blasphemous yang menghina Allah, mengandung hinaan kepada Allah/hal suci dalam Islam
in the eyes of pada pandangan
committed sin Melakukan dosa
divided                        membahagikan
stir any hornet’s nest Menjolok sarang tebuan
existed Telah wujud
propagated menyebarkan
solitary tersendiri, sendirian, satu-satunya
sanctioned membenarkan/menjadikan sebagai hukum
prophecy ramalan
splitting up Berpecah-belah
ammunition senjata
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