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z : zamanku@yahoogroups.com 26 June 2006 • 1:03AM -0400

[zamanku] Benarkah Islam termasuk agama penyembah berhala batu hitam terbesar didunia?
by Monika Nurhayati

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Apakah Islam tidak termasuk agama Penyembah Berhala Terbesar didunia ini ???
  
  Batu hitam (Hajar Al-Aswad) disembah-sembah, dielus-elus, dicium-cium, dipeluk-peluk, dijilat-jilat; dianggap sebagai aullohu akbar, apakah pantas disebut agama tauhid-monoteisme??? Mereka tidak mau tahu, tidak mau membuktikan apa sesungguhnya isi batu hitam (Hajar al Aswad) tsb, pokoknya itu batu diturunkan dari sorga oleh aullohu akbar, logiskah ???
  Janganlah bodoh dan dungu !!!
  
  
   The Black Stone
  (Hajar al-Aswad)
More: BLACK STONE
(Click on  The Thumbnails  for  
  High Resolution Photographs.)
            
    Muslims believe (without proof) that the revered "black stone" (Alhajar Al-Aswad) is a special divine meteorite, that pre-dates creation that fell at the foot of Adam and Eve. It is presently embedded in the southeastern corner of the Kaba. Muslims touch and kiss the black stone during Hajj but non-Muslims are strictly forbidden to even touch it.
      The stone has been attacked many times and is now composed of several pieces and fragments, bound together by a silver ligature. It is semicircular and measures about ten inches horizontally and twelve inches vertically. Here a woman and her husband touch the stone.
    
      
    It is presently embedded in the southeastern corner of the Kaba. Muslims touch and kiss the black stone during Hajj but non-Muslims are strictly forbidden to even touch it.
      
    
      The pagan Ka'bah, which became the Palladium of Islam, was an unpretentious cube-like (hence the name) building of primitive simplicity, originally roofless, serving as a shelter for a black meteorite which was venerated as a fetish. At the birth of Islam the structure was that rebuilt in 608 probably by an Abyssinian from the wreckage of a Byzantine or Abyssinian ship destroyed on the shore of the Red Sea. (History Of The  ARabs, Philip K. Hitti, 1937, p 96-101)
    
  (click for larger photo)

  
  
  
  
  
  
  Point of departure for the procession.
        Pilgrims touching one of the walls of the Ka'bah.      The official starting point of the walk around the Kaaba, that forms the core of the holy pilgrimage, is called the hajj. During the Tawaf pilgrims kiss or touch the black stone as they circumambulate the Ka'ba




  
  
  

            
Islam: Meteorite Worship of the black stone
Islam’s meteorite that they circle at the Kaba is like the Meteorite of Acts 19:23-36, six hundred years earlier. It seems pagans would think the meteor was a god and start worshipping it.   "But when they recognized that he was a Jew, a single outcry arose from them all as they shouted for about two hours, "Great is Artemis of the Ephesians!" After quieting the crowd, the town clerk said, "Men of Ephesus, what man is there after all who does not know that the city of the Ephesians is guardian of the temple of the great Artemis and of the image which fell down from heaven? [ie. a meteor] "So, since these are undeniable facts, you ought to keep calm and to do nothing rash."

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