‘Sir’ Fahd – Penghargaan Inggeris.

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‘Sir’ Fahd – Penghargaan Inggeris.

Mungkin ramai yang tidak mengetahui yang Kerajaan Arab Saudi berhutang budi dan “body” serta nyawa dengan Empayar British. Ini adalah kerana “berkat” kerjasama dan bantuan Britishlah, maka tertubuhnya Kerajaan Arab Saudi mengikut sunnah Great Britain bersendikan ajaran Wahhabiyyah. Pemimpin-pemimpin Saudi merupakan “loyal servants” bagi Empayar British, dahulu dan sehingga kini, dan kini ditambah pula jadi khadam Amerika dan sekutunya, Bahkan Raja Abdul Aziz menerima gaji bulanan berjumlah 5,000 paun sterling daripada British mulai tahun 1917. Selain daripada itu, Kerajaan British telah menganugerahkan “knighthood” kepada Raja Abdul Aziz, bahkan Raja Fahd pun dapat anugerah tersebut. Mungkin sebab “zuhud” kot, agaknya Raja Fahd tak guna gelaran “Sir” ataupun dia dok suka dengan gelaran “Jalaalatul Malik”. Mende le Wahhabi ni, kita sebut Sayyidina untuk Junjungan Nabi s.a.w. dia murka, yang kome agungkan sangat Raja kome kami tak kata apa pun. Itu lagi besar punya bid`ah.

Walau apa pun Raja Fahd dah pergi menemui Penciptanya, tetapi kebenaran harus dan perlu diketahui ramai. Hensem tak Fahd dengan berkalungkan pingat salibiyyah di lehernya ? Apa pulak fatwa ulama Wahhabi gamaknya, kalau orang pakai azimat tentu mereka terus tuduh kafir dan syirik. Kalau pakai salib, nak kata apa ? Kalau tuan-tuan dan puan-puan nak tengok lagi gambar warna kesegakan Raja Fahd dengan pingat kebesarannya boleh carilah buku “Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Fahd bin Abdul Aziz”, Guernsey, Channel Islands, 2001, p. 214, karya Dr. Fouad al-Farsy.

Berikut petikan dari buku Dr. Hamid Algar “Wahhabism: A Critical Essay”, mukasurat 38 – 39:-

  • The first contact was made in 1865, and British subsidies started to flow into the coffers of the Saudi family, in ever growing quantity as World War One grew closer. The relationship fully matured during that war. In 1915, the British signed with the Saudi Ruler of the day, ‘Abd al-‘Aziz b. Sa`ud (Ibn Sa`ud), one of those contracts with their underlings that were euphemistically known as “treaties of friendship and cooperation”. Money was, of course, the principal lubricant of friendship and cooperation, and by 1917 the Saudi ruler was receiving five thousand (5,000) pounds a month, not a bad sum for a junior hireling of the British Empire. However, the British also graciously saw fit to confer a knighthood on the champion of Wahhabism. (In later years these formalities continued to be observed; in 1935, ‘Abd al-‘Aziz b. Sa`ud was made a Knight of the Order of the Bath. Likewise, when visiting Queen Elizabeth in 1986, King Fahd, “Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques,” was photographed with the cruciform insignia of a British knightly order hanging round his neck.)

 

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