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Apa yang lebih gembira bagi saya apabila slot paling diminati 40 peserta terpilih Akademi Kepimpinan Al-Fateh anjuran Pimpinan Tertinggi GAMIS baru-baru ini adalah slot analisa perang melalui video-video sedutan dari filem-filem terkenal. Saya sangat terharu apabila ada banyak komentar dalam borang muhasabah program yang mahukan slot ini dipanjangkan lagi kerana melalui paparan secara live filem-filem inilah para peserta merasai dan melihat dengan mata kepala mereka sendiri sejauhmana hebatnya strategi perang pejuang-pejuang Islam terdahulu.

Para peserta diminta membentangkan dahulu
hasil perbincangan LDK apakah analisa pemikiran
dan strategi panglima perang dalam Thalut vs Jhalut,
Badar, Uhud, Khandaq, Fathu Makkah dan Muktah.


Sebagai contoh, saya paparkan gambaran kekuatan tentera Rome melalui filem 300 yang akhirnya mereka tunduk pada kehebatan dan elemen menguasai "sunnatullah" pada panglima Khalid al-Walid di Muktah dan Yarmuk. Saya juga paparkan elemen "syariatullah" dan tawakkal melalui filem Moses (adegan membelah laut) bagi memahamkan lagi peserta titik persamaan peristiwa besar itu dengan perang Badar.

Saya mohon maaf tak dapat paparkan sepenuhnya pada adik-adik peserta banyak lagi video-video klip simpanan saya antaranya gambaran kekuatan tentera Mongol yang pernah membantai jutaan umat Islam Baghdad melalui filem Mongol, gambaran kekuatan tentera Parsi dalam filem Alexander The Great yang akhirnya mereka tumpas di Qadisiyyah serta gambaran kehebatan perang melalui kapal laut melalui filem Red Cliff 2 bagi menggambarkan strategi Muhammad al-Fateh menawan Konstantinople.


Banyak lagi hakikatnya mahu disentak jiwa, emosi dan perasaan peserta supaya lebih menjiwai sirah dan sejarah, bukan sekadar mendengar dengan penuh mengantuk sebarang cerita sejarah. Dengan meliaht secara live, baru mereka yakin bahawa sejarah akan berulang dan di mana titik kelemahan dan kebangkitan umat Islam terdahulu yang perlu dianalisa.

Paparan yang ditonjolkan atas dasar keimanan bahawa hikmah (melalui filem) ini telah hilang dari umat Islam. Umat Islam gagal melancar serangan balas pada institusi penyesat remaja dari Hollywood ke Bollywood dengan institusi perfileman tersendiri.

"Kamu kutuk Fitna, kamu demo bantah Fitnah, tetapi tiada seorang pun dari kamu yang terbitkan filem ringkas dengan penuh sentuhan dan membuka minda bagi menjawap Fitna." - Prof Abu Hassan Hasbullah, Jabatan Media UM, Ummah Talk Gamis 2

1 Response to Slot Analisa Perang di Akademi Kepimpinan Al-Fateh (GAMIS) : Hanya 40 % Yang Sempat Saya Paparkan...

  1. imakubex Says:
  2. Bismillahirrahmanirrahim,

    Just a few comments on the stories that you brought, was rather curious.

    First of all, the film 300 was the Spartans, i.e. Greek, against Persians. If we want to make a comparison with the Roman army, it has to be before the Samnite wars, since the Romans used the Phalanx then, but changed their tactics from the phalanx to the maniple system during the Samnite wars to adapt to the hilly terrains there. Even if that is the case, then there is also the problem of professional armies, which was what Khalid Al Walid encountered, as compared to the armies of the early Roman Republic which was usually voluntary (with some kind of class distinctions).

    I am not entirely sure about the Persian army, but what I do know is that the dynasty during the time of Alexander the Great wasn't the same as that during the Muslims time; Alexander crushed the empire founded by Cyrus the Great (who founded his empire by crushing the Median kingdom there) while Muslims were attacking the Sasanids. I think the comparison is a bit unfair since there has been considerable gaps as well as dynastic changes in between these 2 powers, but I am no expert in the Persian history.

    And with regards to Red Cliff and Constantinople, I think again the differences are too glaring to be made a comparison. I have not read the Romance of the Three Kingdoms properly, much of my reading is sporadic, so I can't comment on the specific weaponry used (I am more familiar with Chinese weaponry up till the Qin dynasty). But what I do know is that the basic construction of ships are different in these 2 civilizations. And what is more, Red Cliff wasn't a conventional naval battle; it was more of a slaugther due to the brilliant use of tactics by Zhuge Liang. Mehmet II, however, used his navyh differently, and the main thrust of the assult was on dry land. In fact, there are reports that say that a grain ship was able to slip past the Ottoman armada to supply Constantinople with grain. I cannot see how that can be linked with the chained navy of Cao Cao being burnt and his men slaughtered.

    It is a good effort, brother, but I think more caution needs to be taken in terms of similitudes and parallels so as not to give the wrong impressions on history

    =)

    Wallahua'lam

     

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