The Drama of the Acehnese History 1873 - 1978 by Hasan Tiro
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On the Western horizon can ba seen the majestic sight of Mount Seulawah in dark blue color? on the Southeast side can be seen the Alimon and the Meureuseue mountain ranges standing •ightily. On the East side is the Patisah mountain in greenish-blue color reaching to the sea of the Malacca Strait. In the middle of this idyllic scene runs the River Tiro with its sparkling clear water and pearl-like po''iched stone pebbles and rock-crystals in every color and hue. The meeting is being held in the open air, on the Plain of Lhok Panah, the high plateau on the West side of the river.
Here are five Gupangs. " (Geumpa takes the money and goes to the shop) Banta Amat,: "That Habib Abdurrahman is surely a smart guy! Be was not even born here. He just carte to Acheh several years ago, and now he is our Minister of State Tor Foreign Affairs. And. I must say, a good one too! " Hants. Amat:"I wish I do. " Beuransah (whispering to the ear of Banta Amat. Banta Amat laughed loudly and shaking his head incredulously) Banta Amat:"You really meant it? " Beuransah :"Surely! " BeurariWah :"He was advised by a.
Christian Snouck Huurgronje is all these and mOre: he is more bloodthirsty than the butchers van Beutz and Van Daalen. He is the foremost mercenary intellectuals of Western imperialism. Yet, he has managed to build a 'legend' for himself as an 'Islamic scholar* in fighting us. He had even Written a book titled 'The Achehnese',a vindictive, unobjeotive, unscholarly, an old-wife-tale's of a sort that had passed among his own ignorant people as a 'master work' about our people. " (Applause) "This Dutch 'Moslem' student of mine, conspired with the Dutch Government to spy upon me, his unsuspecting professor of Islamic Jurisprudence while in Mebca.