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  • new years eve celebrations banned in aceh

    suprise suprise ! hmmm

    ref jakarta post

  • #2
    Of course its very logical to these raving nut cases

    New Years Eve - New as in new testament from the bible and Eve as in Adam and Eve who were naked and from the bible also. So we have a naked man and a naked woman and naked equals sex which is pornography. Pornography is a sin (because anything enjoyable is a sin in Aceh remember) So really new years eve = Christian pornography so of course it should be banned and anyone found to be celebrating it is also an undercover Christian who wants to actively engage in nudity pornography or sin and therefore must be dealt a thousand lashes or some other medieval outdated punishment.

    Perfectly logical in Aceh

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    • #3
      Makes perfect sense to me.

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      • #4
        Sounds like Indonesia needs to throw a bucket of ice cold water over Aceh to wake the province up - the people there that come up with these stupid outdated ideas about how to live must be in a really deep sleep!

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        • #5
          some friends of mine who are strict with being a moslem said , it's haram to call January 1st as new year. they only follow Islamic calendar. i wonder , do they work on december 25th and jan 1st and ignore the fact it's a a holiday?
          dont judge a book by it cover. judge it by it price. good books are expensive

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          • #6
            Originally posted by naughtygab View Post
            some friends of mine who are strict with being a moslem said , it's haram to call January 1st as new year. they only follow Islamic calendar. i wonder , do they work on december 25th and jan 1st and ignore the fact it's a a holiday?
            Not my scholarship, just an observation:
            let’s remember that translating the Bible into the local language got one burned at the stake during the contemporary period in Christendom. Even in Britain, Oxford and Cambridge did not begin admitting non-Anglicans until the late 19th century.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by naughtygab View Post
              some friends of mine who are strict with being a moslem said , it's haram to call January 1st as new year. they only follow Islamic calendar. i wonder , do they work on december 25th and jan 1st and ignore the fact it's a a holiday?
              Try telling that to the normal Muslims where I live in a predominantly Muslim rural area of East Java. Lots of fireworks all over the streets, and on the 1st an insane amount of kids on motorbikes revving their engines all day. Very similar celebrations to Idul Fitri. 1st January is the New Year for everyone, a day for celebrations for people of all religions and belief's

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