SAY "NO", AT NEW YEAR CELEBRATIONS
- Posted by: Mazfaa
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The New Year was first celebrated on January 1, 45 BC (BC). Not long after Julius Caesar was crowned emperor Rome, he decided to replace the traditional Roman dating that had been created since the seventh century BC. From this we can witness that the celebration of the new year starting from infidels and not from Islam at all. Celebration of the year this recently occurred at the turn of the Gregorian calendar year which has long been celebrated by infidels.
The new year is indeed a momentum that is eagerly awaited by a lot of people. Its existence is very synonymous with its festive celebrations. Many societies are building the perception that the new year is the beginning of the new life they will live. From here then the sense of happiness They express in the form of entertainment and fun parties in various ways.
Despite it all, they actually forgot—or haven't you know—if the celebration is not actually justified in Islam. Because even though it is already considered as customary customs, new year celebrations contain many elements of perversion against the law of shari'a. Among the fairly basic things are:
- Celebration t ahun baru adalah tradisi jahiliyah
The celebration of the new year was a great celebration of the Roman pagans which is done every time entering the beginning of the year.
- Resembling pagans (tasyabbuh)
Celebrating the new year means imitating traditions infidels. If Christians use bells to call their worshippers when worshipping, the Jews used trumpets while the Magi using fire, then at 00:00 WIB New Year's Eve all the models present at one time.
- Hura-hura Full of maxiat
Mix mix between males and Women are commonplace. The existence of a no-no party useful, drinking liquor, even drugs are a habit that is difficult to deny on New Year's Eve.
One of the causes of Muslims at the time Now following this celebration is because of the weakness of faith. Moreover most of them in this day and age have begun to forget the norm and rules in socializing as well as dissolving in worldly life that is just happy for a moment.
So, it is natural that the celebration is not allowed because it is to prevent the people from the bad influences that are commonly carried out by the perpetrators of maksiat. Because on In principle, a believer is obliged to prevent all forms of toxicity by means of whatever he is able to do, not dissolve with the perpetrators maksiat. Wallahu a'lam bis shawab!