Sila lihat dengan teliti apa kata orang islam & apa sebenarnya yang diajar oleh agama bukan islam..
"Tegasnya arak dan judi adalah untuk mereka yang bukan beragama Islam, yang menjadikan judi dan arak itu sebagai lumrah dalam kehidupan mereka" - Mohd. Shauki Abd Majid ialah PengurusPenyelidikan Yayasan Dakwah Islamiah Malaysia
BERJUDI DALAM KRISTIAN:
Why gambling is wrong:
- Not justified by the casting of lots. In biblical times lots functioned much like dice. They were made of sheep's knuckle bones, and the roll of those bones indicated a certain meaning. When the people had to make an important decision and had difficulty determining God's will, He sovereignly intervened and caused the lots to fall in such a way as to tell His followers what to do. At no time did anyone ever put something of value at risk.
- Denies the reality of God's sovereignty. Chance, the major promise of gambling's outworking, is the fabric of a human imagination that wants to deny the existence of a sovereign God. The Lord has established His throne in the heavens, and His sovereignty rules over all (Ps. 103:19).
- Builds on irresponsible stewardship. The worst possible stewardship is for someone to throw God's resources away at the altar of a god called chance or luck. It's idolatry of the worst sort. Nothing we have really belongs to us; it belongs to God, and we should use all of it to His glory (Matt. 6:19-20).
- Erodes the biblical work ethic. We are to earn our bread by the sweat of our brows
(Gen. 3:19) not from games of chance. The addictive wagering process saps the good that a decent salary can afford.
- Driven by the sin of covetousness. Gambling - and its accompanying greediness - violates the 10th commandment (Ex. 20:17). It assumes that God has not given us what we ought to have and that there is somehow more wealth that will finally make us happy.
- Builds on the exploitation of others. It exploits people who can least afford to be victims and violates the eighth commandment, You shall not steal (Ex. 20:15). For everyone who wins something at gambling, there are millions of losers - people who have been duped by the seductive marketing appeal of gambling and prompted to throw away large sums of money.
BERJUDI DALAM HINDU:
Gambling is prohibited in the Hindu Scriptures in
Rigveda Book Book 10 Hymn 34 Verse 3:
“A Gamester / gambler says, My wife holds me aloof, my mother hates me’. The wretched man finds none to comfort him." (Rigveda 10:34:3)
It is further advised in
“Play not with dice
It is mentioned in
ii. Manu Smriti Chapter 7 verse 50
“Drinking, gambling, women (not lawfully wedded wives) and hunting, in that order, he should know to be the very worst four in the group of (vices) born of desire”
(Manu Smriti 7:50)
b. Gambling is also prohibited in several verses of
i. Manu Smriti including
ii. Manu Smriti Chapter 7 Verse 47
iii. Manu Smriti Chapter 9 Verses 221-228
iv. Manu Smriti Chapter 9 Verse 258
BERJUDI DALAM BUDDHA
"There are, young householder, these six evil consequences in indulging in gambling:
(i) the winner begets hate,
(ii) the loser grieves for lost wealth,
(iii) loss of wealth,
(iv) his word is not relied upon in a court of law,
(v) he is despised by his friends and associates,
(vi) he is not sought after for matrimony; for people would say he is a gambler and is not fit to look after a wife."
--Sigalovada Sutta: The Layman's Code of Discipline
BERJUDI DALAM SIKH
The three duties in Sikhism
The three duties that a Sikh must carry out can be summed up in three words; Pray, Work, Give.
- Nam japna:
- Keeping God in mind at all times.
- Kirt Karna:
- Earning an honest living. Since God is truth, a Sikh seeks to live honestly. This doesn't just mean avoiding crime; Sikhs avoid gambling, begging, or working in the alcohol or tobacco industries.
- Vand Chhakna:
- (Literally, sharing one's earnings with others) Giving to charity and caring for others.