BONSERNEWS.com – Deputy Chairman of the Indonesian Ulema Council (MUI) Anwar Abbas asked the government not to give permission for the agenda for the meeting of the LGBT activists.
“MUI reminds and urges the government not to allow and give permission for this event to be held,” said Anwar Abbas.
Although it is not clear when the meeting will take place, Anwar reminded the government not to allow the event.
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Because it is tantamount to violating the provisions stipulated by the constitution.
As, article 29 paragraph 1 of the 1945 Constitution which states that the state of Indonesia is based on Belief in the One and Only God. So he claims that LGBT is against the values of religious teachings, especially the six religions recognized in Indonesia, namely Islam, Christianity, Catholicism, Hinduism, Buddhism and Confucianism.
“None of these religions tolerate LGBT practices,” said Anwar Abbas.
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Separately, the Chairman of the Central Indonesian Ulema Council (MUI) Cholil Nafis stated that he would firmly reject the event if the event dared to be held in Indonesia.
“Don’t let it be considered normal, let alone legalized. This is against religious norms, Pancasila and human normality. Reject it!” said Cholil Nafis.()