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Bacalah Layanan Haji dalam Rencana Aksi Nasional HAM Pemerintah China 2016-2020

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Oleh : Imron Rosyadi Hamid, Rois Syuriyah PCINU Tiongkok

Sebetulnya akan lebih fair jika kita yang pernah haji atau umroh antara Tahun 2016-2018 mau sedikit berbagi cerita tentang pengalaman bertemu jamaah haji China /Tiongkok di Tanah Suci Mekkah dan Madinah ke saudara-saudara Muslim di tanah air agar mereka paham bahwa ada banyak Muslim di China.

Tahun 2016 saja ada 14.500 jamaah Tiongkok yang menunaikan Ibadah haji. Musim haji Tahun 2018 kemarin kebetulan saya sering bertemu dengan jamaah haji asal Tiongkok yang cukup banyak dan rapi, mereka berseragam rompi berwarna biru lengkap dengan emblem bendera China. Pemandangan semacam ini belum pernah saya lihat sebelumnya ketika umroh dan haji.

Sangat mungkin ini berkait dengan Pelaksanaan Rencana Aksi Nasional Pemerintah Tiongkok 2016-2020 tentang Perbaikan pelayanan Ibadah Haji China.

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Berikut saya kutip petikan National Action Plan Human Rights 2016-2020 Tiongkok yang secara eksplisit menyebut perbaikan pelayanan haji.

National Human Rights Action Plan of China (2016-2020)

Freedom of religious belief

Rule of law shall be enhanced in addressing religious affairs, and the stipulation in the Constitution concerning freedom of religious belief shall be implemented.

— Amending the Regulations on Religious Affairs, regularizing in accordance with the law the conduct of the government in managing religious affairs, and protecting the lawful rights and interests of religious believers.

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— Supporting the efforts of the religious circles for self-improvement to enhance their capabilities for self-regulation, self-discipline and self-management. Necessary support and assistance shall be provided for religious groups to hold activities.

— Encouraging religious circles to organize charity activities in accordance with the law.

— Making efforts to run the religious institutes well, improving the training of religious professionals, and improving the qualities of faculty and staff of the religious institutes.

— Halting investments in and commercial use of venues for religious activities, and prohibiting the “contracting” of Buddhist monasteries and Taoist temples.

— Improving organization and services for the Islamic Hajj.

— Actively engaging in religious exchanges with the outside world.