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The Jakarta Globe, August 26, 2013


Banda Aceh. Several Shariah police officers were injured in the early hours of Monday morning after more than a hundred youths attacked them while they were trying to disperse live-music performances in the Aceh town of Langsa.

“Most of the audience, there were around 100 of them, were drunk. I and members of the WH [Wilayatul Hisbah - Shariah Police] climbed the stage and asked them to disperse,” said Ibrahim Latif, the head of Langsa Islamic Shariah Agency.

Ibrahim said the incident took place when about 15 Shariah police officers were trying to disperse three keyboard performances in three different villages in Langsa that went on from Sunday evening through early Monday morning.

They managed to disperse the crowds at concert venues in Geudeubang and Pondok Keumuning villages. As they moved to Karang Anyar village, however, about 100 members of the audience took violent objection to being asked to move on.

“They turned off the lights and began attacking us in the dark instead,” Ibrahim said. “They beat us… Our members couldn’t do much because we were smaller in number.”

Local police then came to the Shariah officers’ aid, he added.

Ibrahim said he would file a report to the police in order to have the perpetrators charged.

“We don’t have the power to arrest them,” he said. “We’re not armed.”

Ibrahim cited a local decree that prohibited performances of live music after 6 p.m.

“There’s no problem if the keyboard concerts are held in daylight, because we would be able to control the events to make sure there would be no khalwat and parties with alcohol,” Ibrahim said.

Khalwat is the term used to describe an unrelated or unmarried man and woman in a room together. It is considered forbidden under Islamic Shariah law. Its enforcement occupies the lion’s share of the WH’s day job. Ibrahim added that he was also mindful that clothing perceived to be provocative was occasionally on display at live-music performances.

“Despite the resistance, we will keep trying to disperse keyboard performances held at night,” Ibrahim said.



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The Jakarta Globe, August 29, 2013.



Aceh Residents to Sue Sharia Police for Defamation
By Nurdin Hasan on 6:34 pm August 29, 2013.
Category Featured, Law & Order, News
Tags: Aceh, Langsa, Shariah law, Shariah Police

Sharia police on patrol in Aceh, the only Indonesian province to implement Shariah law. (AFP Photo/Romeo Gacad)

Sharia police on patrol in Aceh, the only Indonesian province to implement Shariah law. (AFP Photo/Romeo Gacad)

Banda Aceh. Residents of the Karang Anyar village in Langsa denied reports that a drunken mob had beaten Sharia police as they tried to disperse a live music performance on Sunday evening.

“Most of the audience, there were around 100 of them, were drunk. I and members of the WH [Wilayatul Hisbah — Shariah Police] climbed the stage and asked them to disperse,” Ibrahim Latif, head of Langsa Islamic Shariah Agency, told reporters earlier this week.

But locals contested that narrative, and officials in the East Aceh village have filed a defamation suit against the Langsa Islamic Shariah Agency.

“Mr. Ibrahim and several WH members went onstage, asking that we stop the keyboard show,” Ahmad Tukiran, chief of Karang Anyar village, told the Jakarta Globe on Thursday. “Village officials went up, too. Not long after that, the music immediately stopped and the audience dispersed themselves. So there was no attack or beating of Mr. Ibrahim, as media have reported. We suspect the news of the attack was politicized by the chief of the Shariah Agency.”

Village officials who were at the scene supported Ahmad’s account, and some claimed to have guarded WH members as they returned to their offices.

Ibrahim’s account stands in sharp contrast. “Some WH members were bruised on the face,” he said on Monday. “I myself was hit twice on the face by two mad, drunk guys.”

According to Ahmad, the performance in question was part of a peaceful Indonesian Independence Day celebration that included the distribution of prizes to local game winners.

“Logically, if there was such a massive attack, as Mr. Ibrahim has claimed, there would be someone who went to the hospital for treatment, but no one was admitted and everyone is in good shape, because there was no attack at all,” Ahmad said. “My villagers won’t accept being accused as if they are gangsters who don’t support Shariah law.”

Ahmad said he invited Ibrahim to discuss the events but Ibrahim declined. “He didn’t want to come,” Ahmad said. “That is why we’re filing a suit: so that the defamation of our village can be dealt with lawfully.”

He admitted that some of the audience was drunk.

“We have no idea who they were,” he said. “Whether they were residents of my village or from the neighboring village, whether they got drunk elsewhere then went to watch the show here — who can prove it?”



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"“Logically, if there was such a massive attack, as Mr. Ibrahim has claimed, there would be someone who went to the hospital for treatment, but no one was admitted and everyone is in good shape, because there was no attack at all,” Ahmad said. “My villagers won’t accept being accused as if they are gangsters who don’t support Shariah law.
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Nah itu dia.
Hajooh , bewijzen bij de rechter.
Als niet waar is wat de polisi sjariah beweerde dan is het FITNAH.
In de Al Qur'an e.e. a over fitnah.

See you at court Mister.
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@ Om Sid,

OK ouwe jonge, jij komt maar, 'k zal je stoeltje effetjes klaar maken:clown: 


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