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Perbandingan Acara Nikah Anak Presiden RI dengan Anak Presiden Iran

Pemimpin memberikan contoh perilaku kepada masyarakatnya, Pemimpin yang terpilih menggambarkan / mewakili masyarakat yang dipimpin, apa yang di lakukan pemimpin, kemungkinan besar akan di tiru oleh masyarakatnya. Oleh karena itu saya sebagai orang yang gak mengerti apa apa, mengharapkan pemimpin saya, memberikan contoh yang bermanfaat bagi masyarakatnya, semisal pemimpin memberikan contoh hidup sederhana agar Indonesia ini segera menjadi negara yang sejahtera, tidak perlu menjadi negara maju, negara berkembang pun sudah cukup, asalkan masyarakatnya sejahtera, damai, aman. Menjadi negara maju pun sama saja kalau negaranya tidak aman. Semoga RI menjadi negara yang sejahtera, damai dan aman. Amin Ya Allah…

Acara Nikah Anak Presiden RI

Resepsi Ibas (Anak Presiden RI - Bpk. SBY) dengan Aliya

Suasana tenda dan pelaminan resepsi akad pernikahan Edhie Baskoro Yudhoyono atau Ibas dan Siti Rubi Aliya Rajasa atau Aliya di Istana Kepresidenan Cipanas, Jawa Barat, Kamis (24/11). ANTARA/Widodo S Jusuf

Resepsi Ibas Aliya

Resepsi Ibas Aliya

Mempelai pria Edhie Baskoro Yudhoyono atau Ibas (kiri) menyaksikan mempelai wanita Siti Rubi Aliya Rajasa (kanan) menarikan tarian tradisional pengantin dari Palembang Pagar Pengantin saat resepsi pernikahan. ANTARA/Widodo S

Resepsi Ibas Aliya

Resepsi Ibas Aliya

Mempelai Pria Edhie Baskoro Yudhoyono atau Ibas (ketiga kiri) dan Mempelai Wanita Siti Rubi Aliya Rajasa (ketiga kanan) berfoto bersama dengan kedua orang tua masing-masing, Presiden Yudhoyono (kiri), Ibu Ani Yudhoyono (kedua kiri), Menko Perekonomian Hatta Rajasa dan Istri.

Nonton Bareng Pernikahan Ibas Aliya

Nonton Bareng Pernikahan Ibas Aliya

Ratusan warga menonton acara prosesi akad nikah Edhie Baskoro Yudhoyono atau Ibas dan Siti Rubi Aliya Rajasa melalui layar lebar di halaman seberang Istana Kepresidenan Cipanas, Jawa Barat, Kamis (24/11). ANTARA/Yudhistiro Pranoto

Acara Nikah Anak Presiden Iran

Seorang Blogger menulis bahwa biaya untuk membeli makanan untuk acara nikah tersebut adalah sekitar $3.500 (31 juta Rupiah), tamu laki laki yang diundang 180 orang. untuk ukuran seorang presiden ini merupakan acara yang sederhana, bahkan untuk ukuran rakyat biasa pun ini juga sederhana. untuk selengkapnya baca artikel di bawah foto-foto berikut. saya copy paste langsung dari blogger tersebut. kalau ingin lebih banyak lagi search saja di google dgn kata kunci Wedding of Ahmadinejad Son.

Wedding of  Ahmadinejad Son

Wedding of Ahmadinejad Son

Wedding of  Ahmadinejad Son

Wedding of Ahmadinejad Son

Wedding of Ahmadinejad Son

Wedding of Ahmadinejad Son

Wedding of Ahmadinejad Son

Wedding of Ahmadinejad Son

Wedding of Ahmadinejad Son

Wedding of Ahmadinejad Son

Blogger Javad Matin, a supporter of Iranian President Mahmud Ahmadinejad, has written in his blog about the wedding of Ahmadinejad’s second son, Alireza Ahmadinejad.

The event Matin describes is a far cry from the usual lavish wedding ceremonies one sees in the Iranian capital.

Excerpts from Matin’s blog post:

It was Wednesday evening when my cellphone rang and I was invited to the wedding ceremony of my good friend Alireza, which was taking place the following night.

I knew that during Ghadir Eid [an Islamic holiday] the family had gone to the Beyt [a term often used to refer to the office of Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei] and he had been wedded to the niece of martyr Kaveh [Iranian soldiers, Revolutionary Guards, and Basij members who were killed in the war with Iraq are routinely referred to as martyrs].

On Thursday night at 9 p.m. I went to the cultural club of the presidential office. Outside the club, everything was so normal that I thought I had perhaps come to the wrong place.

It didn’t seem like the wedding of the son of the president was being held there. I entered the garden and realized that I had to give up my cellphone.

A group of people had lined up to say their first prayers. I entered the hall. A number of tables were empty as the guests seated there had gone to pray.

Fruit and cakes, a bottle of mineral water, some plates and knives was all that had been laid out on the tables for the guests.

I asked about “the doctor.” [“The doctor” is how some of Ahmadinejad’s supporters refer to him because of his Ph.D. in civil engineering and traffic transportation management.]

I was told he was praying in the back court.

Because of the lack of space, some of the guests had gone to the back court. I prayed with [senior presidential aide] Mojtaba Samareh Hashemi. Then I went back to the hall.

The doctor was sitting at the first table next to the father of the bride. After warm greetings with him and some of the other officials, I sat at one of the tables.

The groom entered the hall. He said hello to each of the guests and sat next to the doctor and [the father of the bride] Haj Agha Akbari.

The head of the club, Mr. Kheirkhah, told me how the doctor had been attentive about the details of the reception.

He told me that he had ordered only one type of food and that he had paid 3.5 million tomans [approximately $3,500] for the cost of the reception.

He said the number of male guests was 180. Looking around, I saw very few state officials. I had been to weddings of public servants before and there had not only been lots of lavish spending but also many ministers and state officials in attendance.

Maybe I was expecting officials to have lined up there that night with 1,000 guests.

A satirical cartoon called “The Population Temptation of Ahmadinejad,” which lampoons the Iranian president’s “subsidy” policies aimed at encouraging an increase in the country’s birth rate.

But what I actually saw was a simple, simple wedding. It was a people’s reception, because the father of the groom was a man of the people.

Simplicity reigned everywhere at the party. This was evident in the way the guests were hosted. It could also be seen in the car used to transport the bride and the [wedding] banquet itself, which was simple but delicious and fragrant.

The emcee at the reception poked fun at Alireza over the subsidies and the 1 million tomans his future child would receive, which made the doctor smile.

The ceremony ended; the doctor and the bride’s father stood in front of the gate to say farewell to the guests.

It was interesting to see how the doctor dealt with 7- and 8-year-old kids who were shouting “Uncle! Uncle!” at him. He would give them a hug and treat them kindly.

Everyone left and the doctor went to the kitchen to thank those who had been working at the reception.

When everyone had gone, the bride and groom got into their car without any additional formalities and went home with their families.

I send my congratulations to my dear friend Alireza, the doctor, his respected family, and also the family of the great martyr Mahmoud Kaveh. May they have a good life under the shadow of the Hidden Imam.

Source : http://origin.rferl.org/content/the_simple_simple_wedding_of_ahmadinejads_son/24246585.html

  1. Iin aryani
    June 6, 2013 at 17:06

    iya, indonesia itu suka budaya boros

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