Sheikh Ali Jaber's Remembered View: Do Not Judge People, Do Not Value Women Who Have Not Served Badly
Syekh Ali Jaber (DOK. ANTARA)

JAKARTA - Ulama Syekh Ali Jaber is remembered by many people during his lifetime. The lecture was soothing to his views so that people do not just judge others still in the minds of many people.

Once upon a time, a video clip of Sheikh Ali Jaber in the Podcast with Deddy Corbuzier went viral. In the video, Sheikh Ali Jaber talks about how well it applies to life together.

Syekh Ali Jaber is known as a preacher who intensively delivers lectures on nationalism and tolerance. His view of women being unresponsive has also captured the public's attention through a video clip of Deddy Corbuzier's Podcast on September 17, 2020.

"When it comes to people, don't judge people. Do not look at women who are not veiled, do not score them badly. Maybe he had two tahajud cycles with Allah. That can make all his sins forgiven, ”said Sheikh Ali Jaber.

This video then went viral when there was a rivalry between Nikita Mirzani and Ustadz Maaher.

Nikita Mirzani's feud with Ustaz Maheer emerged from Nikita's statement regarding Rizieq Shihab. Had a negative connotation from Ustad Maheer.

"We don't know what human business is with Allah. Each of them has a secret from Allah. Have goodness to Allah that maybe not everyone knows. It could be that his kindness with Allah can cause his sins to be forgiven, ”continued Syekh Ali Jaber.

Since childhood, Ali Jaber has been devoted to reading the Koran. It was his father who initially motivated Ali Jaber to study the Koran. In educating religion, especially Al-Quran and prayer, his father was very strict, even did not hesitate to beat him when little Ali Jaber did not pray.

His family is known as a religious family. In Medina he had a large mosque which was used for the spread of Islam. As the first of twelve children, Syekh Ali Jaber was required to continue his father's struggle in the spread of Islam and focus on Indonesia.


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