Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Mei 27, 2010

Indonesian district to distribute long skirts to women in jeans

Sharia police check the identification cards of women caught wearing tight pants during a street raid in Arongan Lambalek district in Indonesia's West Aceh province May 26, 2010. West Aceh province is the only district in Indonesia which prohibits women from wearing outfits deemed 'un-Islamic'. The local government has prepared 16,000 skirts to distribute to women wearing prohibited outfits.

Sharia police check the identification cards of women caught wearing tight pants during a street raid in Arongan Lambalek district in Indonesia’s West Aceh province May 26, 2010. West Aceh province is the only district in Indonesia which prohibits women from wearing outfits deemed ‘un-Islamic’. The local government has prepared 20,000 skirts to distribute to women wearing prohibited outfits.

A sharia police officer speaks to women caught wearing tight pants during a street raid in Arongan Lambalek district in Indonesia's West Aceh province May 26, 2010. West Aceh province is the only district in Indonesia which prohibits women from wearing outfits deemed 'un-Islamic'. The local government has prepared 16,000 skirts to distribute to women wearing prohibited outfits.

A sharia police officer speaks to women caught wearing tight pants during a street raid in Arongan Lambalek district in Indonesia’s West Aceh province May 26, 2010. West Aceh province is the only district in Indonesia which prohibits women from wearing outfits deemed ‘un-Islamic’. The local government has prepared 20,000 skirts to distribute to women wearing prohibited outfits.

Acehnese sharia police officers stop a woman wearing pants at a check point in Pasi Jambu, West Aceh, Indonesia, Thursday, May 27, 2010. Authorities in the devoutly Islamic district of Indonesia's Aceh province have distributed 20,000 long skirts and prohibited shops from selling tight dresses as a regulation banning Muslim women from wearing revealing clothing took effect Thursday.

Acehnese sharia police officers stop a woman wearing pants at a check point in Pasi Jambu, West Aceh, Indonesia, Thursday, May 27, 2010. Authorities in the devoutly Islamic district of Indonesia’s Aceh province have distributed 20,000 long skirts and prohibited shops from selling tight dresses as a regulation banning Muslim women from wearing revealing clothing took effect Thursday.

Sharia police give advice to women caught wearing tight pants during a street raid in Arongan Lambalek district in Indonesia's West Aceh province May 26, 2010. West Aceh province is the only district in Indonesia which prohibits women from wearing outfits deemed 'un-Islamic'. The local government has prepared 16,000 skirts to distribute to women wearing prohibited outfits.

A sharia police officer escorts women caught wearing tight pants during a street raid in Arongan Lambalek district in Indonesia's West Aceh province May 26, 2010. West Aceh province is the only district in Indonesia which prohibits women from wearing outfits deemed 'un-Islamic'. The local government has prepared 16,000 skirts to distribute to women wearing prohibited outfits.

A sharia police officer escorts women caught wearing tight pants during a street raid in Arongan Lambalek district in Indonesia’s West Aceh province May 26, 2010. West Aceh province is the only district in Indonesia which prohibits women from wearing outfits deemed ‘un-Islamic’. The local government has prepared 20,000 skirts to distribute to women wearing prohibited outfits.

An Acehnese sharia police officer hands a government-issued skirt to a woman who was caught because wearing pants at a check point in Pasi Jambu, West Aceh, Indonesia, Thursday, May 27, 2010. Authorities in the devoutly Islamic district of Indonesia's Aceh province have distributed 20,000 long skirts and prohibited shops from selling tight dresses as a regulation banning Muslim women from wearing revealing clothing took effect Thursday.

An Acehnese sharia police officer hands a government-issued skirt to a woman who was caught because wearing pants at a check point in Pasi Jambu, West Aceh, Indonesia, Thursday, May 27, 2010. Authorities in the devoutly Islamic district of Indonesia’s Aceh province have distributed 20,000 long skirts and prohibited shops from selling tight dresses as a regulation banning Muslim women from wearing revealing clothing took effect Thursday

Acehnese sharia police officers, center, register women caught wearing pants at a check point in Pasi Jambu, West Aceh, Indonesia, Thursday, May 27, 2010. Authorities in the devoutly Islamic district of Indonesia's Aceh province have distributed 20,000 long skirts and prohibited shops from selling tight dresses as a regulation banning Muslim women from wearing revealing clothing took effect Thursday.

Acehnese sharia police officers, center, register women caught wearing pants at a check point in Pasi Jambu, West Aceh, Indonesia, Thursday, May 27, 2010. Authorities in the devoutly Islamic district of Indonesia’s Aceh province have distributed 20,000 long skirts and prohibited shops from selling tight dresses as a regulation banning Muslim women from wearing revealing clothing took effect Thursday.

Skirts galore in Indonesia’s Aceh for modesty’s sake

JAKARTA, May 27 — In a bid to implement Islamic law to the letter, Indonesia’s West Aceh district yesterday started giving away long, loose skirts to cover up Acehnese women caught wearing tight jeans.

The westernmost province of Aceh on Sumatra is the sole upholder of sharia law in the predominantly Muslim, but secular Indonesia. The previous local parliament passed a controversial law in September allowing adulterers to be stoned to death.

Wilayatul Hisbah, the Aceh sharia police who began this year conducting raids on unmarried couples caught together as well as gamblers and drinkers, today set up road blocks to search cars and buses for women wearing tight trousers.

Offenders were taken away to a security post and their details recorded. They were briefed on sharia law and instructed to put on one of the 20,000 long skirts the local government ordered from tailors in Jakarta. Offenders were also asked to sign an agreement not to repeat the offence.

West Aceh Regent Ramli Mansyur said the regulation was introduced because he was “embarrassed that the fashion in Aceh has become too open”.

The sharia police will spend several months educating locals about the new law. After August, offenders could face a week in jail, Mansyur said.

Although most women were obliging to the clothing swap, some were not too happy.

Imah, 40, a housewife, was enraged when the sharia police stopped her while she was riding a motorbike and asked her to change into a skirt.

“I know I am wearing jeans, but I have a long top, and I don’t look like a man, and my jeans are loose,” she told the officers, while trying to put on a skirt she had prepared in her bag on top of her jeans.

“Are jeans forbidden by religion?” she said. “I think we can’t judge someone’s heart from the clothes she wears, because even if she is wearing covered clothes, is it a guarantee that she is a devout Muslim? Look at the mosques, they are empty,” she said. Aceh, on the far western tip of the Indonesian archipelago, is sometimes referred to as the “verandah of Mecca” because the staunchly Muslim province was one of the first parts of the country to turn to Islam. — Reuters


Responses

  1. salam…………

    Aceh…………
    ini lah negeri yg boleh dikira berhasrat dan bersungguh-sungguh ingin melaksanakan syariat Islam walaupun mendapat tekanan di sana sini…….

    macam kelantan maa………..
    perkara-perkara yg senang dilaksanakan dulu….
    seperti aurat wanita nie……..
    kelantan mendahului……….

    kalau sampai nampak aloq semadon……
    kalau sampai nampak aloq mengkudu………
    sampai nampak pak lurah………….
    amat sesuailah cara Aceh mendidik rakyatnya…….

    yg pompuan nie pun satu……..
    seluaq suka sangat……macam jantan……..
    pakai macam ketupat pulut…………..
    boleh attract sexual intrest daaa…………..

    satu lagi aku tengok Aceh nie dah ada polis syariah….khas untuk menguatkuasakan hal-hal yg berkaitan sebegini…………
    mesia bila lagi????……..mengaku negara Islam maa???………

    budak-budak tak pa laa ……
    masih dok pakai seluaq pendek lagi……mcm budak2 tadika tu………bukan depa tau apa lagi…….tapi cikgu dia yg dah tua tu,,,,,,,,,kena laa ajaq budak-budak dia pakai bagi sopan sikit…tutup aurat……….

    see u…………

  2. Salam nasik kandaq.

    Setujulah dengan hang.

    Silapnya TGNA tak belajaq kat Aceh.
    Kalau TGNA, graduan Aceh.
    Dah 20 tahun.
    Mek2 Kelate dapat skirt percuma.
    Banyak tu.
    Tentu skirt batik.
    Majulah perusahaan batik Kelate.
    Ekonomi dijana.
    Rakyat berakhlak tinggi.

    Silapnya lagi.
    TGNA tak ikutCeramah.
    Kalau ikutCeramah kat Aceh.
    Kemungkinan semua awang2 Kelate.
    Kena pakai serban.
    Memelihara identiti.

    Ni, apa dah jadi.
    Kelate dok tak gi, gi.
    Kelate no go.

    Sekadaq TGNA kena bersara.

    • Salam

      kesian sungguh aku tengok BT ni…. komen tak masuk akai…. tu la sebab tak tau membaca, baca buku-buku dan media yang tak membuka minda…. otak ada tapi akai takdak…..

      • huhu nama pun budak tadika x reti nak pikir,pas leh wat semua ni klo kerajaan pusat membantu.tapi nak wat macam mana hudud pun ditolak terang-terang nih kan pulak nak kasi tutup aurat.

  3. kita pakaikan budak tadika skrit. cantikkan

    • Salam

      satu cadangan yang baik tu saudara “adil”, bagi budak tadika pakai skirt, tentu comel dan cute dia, kan kan. mesti rempahman, aftar jatuh hati nanti kat budak tadika tu.

      boleh la kita sponsor “tudung” pulak kat budak tadika dan kat ‘rosmah” laki Najib

  4. Salam 1Malaysia aka
    Salam TGNA suko.
    Salam pada suku2sakat2 tuo2.
    Yang malais membaco.
    Coma ikutCeramah sajo.

    1. MAKE NO MISTAKE.

    Kita budak tadika membaca.
    Kita orang Islam kena tutup aurat.
    Pakaian mesti longgar2.
    Jangan bagi nampak contour.

    Tak payahlah bagi skirt kat kita.
    Simpanlah duit bagi kat cucu2 kome.
    Sebab kome2 pon dah tuo2 belako.
    Coma malais membaca.

    2. MAKE’LAH’ MISTAKE.

    Kome2 malais membaca.
    Tapi kome2, suko ikutCeramah sajo.
    Masuk telinga kiri, keluor telinga kanan.
    Tak tahu, tak tahu, juge.

    Orang kata tutup aurat.
    Kome kata, tutup urat.
    Itulah sebab, kome2 pakai yang ketat2.

    Sekadaq itulah hakikat.

  5. Salam BT

    hang pi cakap kat Bik Mama, Shahrizat, dan menteri-menteri serta bini-bini wakil rakyat UMNO tu dulu pasal tutup aurat dan pakai longgar-longgar, suruh depa baca buku banyak2 pasal “aurat wanita”, hang pi cakap Wanita dan Puteri UMNO pasal “aurat wanita” – bila depa dah berubah mengikut syariat Islam, baru hang boleh bagi komen dan nasihat orang pasai banyak membaca dan aurat.

    • Salam KeLi.

      Awat.
      Hang ingat, kita ada kena mengena ke.
      Dengan dia orang tu.

      Kita jumpa dia orang, pun.
      Tak pernah.
      Berselisih 10 km, pon tak pernah.

      Nak cakap dengan dia orang.
      Bukan ada sangkut paut, pun.
      Kita bukan busy body.
      Macam hang.

      Sekadaq hang jangan dok KeLiRu LaH.


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