FPI Corrects the Meaning of ‘Revolution’ When Habib Rizieq Returns to RI


Islamic Defenders Front (FPI) straightening the meaning of the ‘revolution’ to be undertaken Habib Rizieq Syihab when you arrive in the country. FPI believes that revolution does not mean a coup.

As is known, the statement regarding Habib Rizieq will lead the revolution was first spoken by the General Chairman of FPI, Ahmad Shabri Lubis. Sahbri said Habib Rizieq would soon return to Indonesia and lead the revolution.

“High priest Habib Rizieq Syihab will soon return to Indonesia to lead the revolution,” said Shabri from the command vehicle for a demonstration against the Job Creation Law, at the horse statue of Arjuna Wiwaha, Jalan Medan Merdeka Barat, Tuesday (13/10).

The plan of the revolution was questioned by several parties. However, the FPI tried to straighten out the meaning of the revolution or tsaurah in Arabic.

The chairman of the DPP FPI, Slamet Maarif, said that in Arabic literature, the diction of ‘tsaurah’ means revolution, not a coup. According to him, those who linked the return of Habib Rizieq Syihab (HRS) with legal issues were said to have failed to understand.

“Now you can see one more variable that will hinder the return of IB HRS (High Imam Habib Rizieq Syihab) by linking it to a legal issue (coup). They cannot distinguish revolution from coup in Arabic literature. Whereas ‘tsauroh’ = revolution, ‘inqilaab’ = coup, “said Slamet, to reporters, Saturday (17/10/2020).

“Obviously using the language ‘tsaurah’ is still considered a coup. They failed to understand it,” he added.

According to Slamet, the ‘tsaurah’ version of the FPI is a moral revolution which means a quick and comprehensive change in Indonesian officials and people based on the morals of the Prophet SAW. Of course, he said, the changes would be made in a constitutional manner and not violate human rights.


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