Cak Imin Invites People to Forgive Sukmawati Soekarnoputri

By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Thursday, April 05 2018 - 18:00 IWST

Ketua Umum DPP PKB Abdul Muhaimin Iskandar (Foto Ist)
Ketua Umum DPP PKB Abdul Muhaimin Iskandar (Foto Ist) - Jakarta - MPR-RI Deputy Speaker Muhaimin Iskandar (Cak Imin) invites the community to accept a sincere apology submitted by Sukmawati Sukarnoputri related poetry entitled "Ibu Indonesia" which is considered by some to insult Islam.

"Mrs. Sukmawati has apologized for the poem entitled 'Ibu Indonesia' Mrs. Sukma has admitted her mistake, of course every human being has mistake and mistake," said Cak Imin, Muhaimin Iskandar's close call, in a written statement here on Thursday (5/4) / 2018).

Cak Imin acknowledged that the poem has ignited the controversy as well as the anger of Muslims. However, he stressed that all controversies should be brought to an end, and no need to be questioned continuously.

"Let's end this polemic because the same person also admits it nicely and has apologized, and it is less beautiful if someone who has sincere apology we do not forgive," he said.

On the other hand Cak Imin who is also Chairman of the DPP PKB invites Sukmawati deepen the teachings of Islam and know life in boarding school.

"I invite Mrs. Sukma to get together, together to study Islam more deeply, including, I invite him to how to hear and see the life of pesantren," said Cak Imin.

Cak Imin hopes that the 'Ibu Indonesia' poem polemics can be resolved in a kinship manner, and need not continue until reported to the police.

Reporting on Sukmawati according to him became irrelevant because the daughter of the first President of Indonesia Soekarno has apologized openly.

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