Ilmu Itu Cahaya.

Ilmu itu bukanlah dengan membanyakkan riwayat tetapi ilmu itu adalah cahaya yang Allah letakkan dalam hati.Apabila seseorang itu memuji dirinya maka hilanglah cahayanya. [Imam Malik]

Ya'adheeman (Oh Magnificent)


Bersyukurlah Dengan Apa Yang Dikurniakan Kepada Kita,Dan Manfaatkanlah Ia.

Empat Perkara Yang Sukar Dilakukan.

"Four things are exceedingly difficult - to forgive while angry, to give alms during want, to abstain from sins in solitude, and to speak the truth before the person from whom may come fear or favour." ['Ali RA]

You Will Then Be Amongst...

"Perform well those (things) that have been made compulsory for you, you will then be amongst the distinguished devotees. Refrain from those (things) that have been prohibited, you will then be amongst the distinguished pious men. Be content with those things that are allotted to you by Allaah, you will then be amongst the richest." [Ibn Mas'ood RA]


Sabda Baginda SAW

The Prophet (SAW) said: "By Allah, I am not afraid of your poverty," meaning I am not afraid of poverty for you, for the Dunya will open up before you, "but I am afraid that you will lead a life of luxury as past nations did, whereupon you will compete with each other for it, as they competed for it, and it will destroy you as it destroyed them." [Bukhari & Muslim.

"Say: He is Allah, the One and Only"

Say: He is Allah, the One and Only;Allah, the Eternal, Absolute;He begetteth not, nor is He begotten;And there is none like unto Him. [112:1-4]

Imam Malik bin Anas has said that `Ubayd bin Hunayn heard Abu Hurayrah speaking:
"I was walking with the Prophet and we heard a man reciting "Say: He, God, is One" The God's Apostle said: "It is inevitable" I asked "what?": He responded: "Paradise."

Abu Said has narrated that he heard the Prophet saying: "Isn't every one of you able to recite one third of the Quran during a night?" They thought it was very difficult, so they asked: "Who is able to do that, O Apostle of God?" He responded: "He is God, the One and Only is one third of the Qur'an."

Al-Bukhari reported from Amrah bint Abdur-Rahman, who used to stay in the apartment of Aishah, the wife of the Prophet, that Aishah said, "The Prophet sent a man as the commander of a war expedition and he use to lead his companions in prayer with recitation (of the Quran). And he would complete his recitation with the recitation, 'say He is Allah, One'. So when they returned, they mentioned that to the Prophet and he said, "Ask him why does he do that". So they asked him and he said, "Because it is the description of Ar-Rahman and I love to recite it". So the Prophet said, "Inform him that Allah the Most High Loves him."


The Goodly Life/The Reasons


The Dream Of Life (Perkongsian)

Credit To : SuhaibWebb.Com
by Yasmin Mogahed 
It was only a dream.  For a moment, it overtakes me. Yet the suffering I feel in my nightmare is only an illusion. Temporary. Like the blink of an eye. Why do I dream? Why do I have to feel that loss, fear, and sadness in my sleep? 
On a greater scale, it’s a question that has been asked throughout time. And for many people, the answer to that question has determined their path to—or away from—faith.  Faith in God, faith in life’s purpose, faith in a higher order or a final destination has often all rested upon how this singular question has been answered. And so, to ask this question is to ask about life, in the most ultimate  way.
Why do we suffer? Why do ‘bad’ things happen to ‘good’ people? How could there be a God if innocent children starve and criminals run free? How can there be an all-loving, all-powerful deity who would allow such misfortunes to happen?
And if God is indeed Just and Good, shouldn’t only good things happen to good people and only bad things happen to bad people?
Well, the answer is: yes. Absolutely. Only good things do happen to good people. And only bad things happen to bad people. Why? Because God IS the Most Just and the Most Loving. And He has no deficiency in His knowledge or understanding.
The problem is that we do have deficiencies in knowledge and understanding.
See, to understand the statement “only good things happen to good people and only bad things happen to bad people”, we must first define ‘good’ and ‘bad’.  And although there are as many definitions of good and bad as there are people, a comprehensive understanding exists. For example, most people would agree that to succeed in achieving my desired purpose or goal in a particular matter would be ‘good’. While on the other hand, failing to achieve my intended purpose or aim would be bad. If my aim is to gain weight because I am dangerously underweight, becoming heavier would be good. If, on the other hand, my aim is to lose weight because I am harmfully overweight, becoming heavier would be bad. The same event could be good or bad, depending on my intended purpose. So ‘good’ in my eyes rests on the achievement of my personal aim. And ultimate ‘Good’ rests on the achievement of my ultimate aim.
But what is my aim?
That brings us to the fundamental question of purpose as it relates to the greater Reality of existence. There are essentially two distinct worldviews when it comes to purpose in life. The first worldview holds that this life is the Reality, the final destination and ultimate goal of our endeavors. The second worldview holds that this life is only a bridge, a meansthat stands as nothing more than a glimpse in the context of God’s infinite Reality.
For those in the first group, this life is everything. It is the End to which all actions strive. For those in the second group, this life tends towards zero. Why? Because, in comparison to infinity, even the largest number becomes zero. Nothing.  Like a fleeting dream.
These distinct worldviews directly affect the question of purpose. See, if one believes that this life is the Reality, the final destination, the goal of all endeavors, the purpose of life would be to maximize pleasure and gain in this life.  In that paradigm, ‘bad’ things ARE in fact happening to ‘good’ people every single second. Within that paradigm, people reach the conclusion that there is no justice and therefore either there is no God or God is not Just (wa athu billah, I seek refuge in God). It’s like a person who concludes that there must be no God because they had a bad dream. But why don’t we give the experiences of our dreams much weight? After all, some dreams are horrifying to live through—and very often do happen to ‘good’ people.  In our dreams, do we not experience extreme terror or bliss? Yes. But why doesn’t it matter?
Because put in context of our real life, it is nothing.
In the second world view (the Islamic paradigm) the purpose of creation is *not* maximizing pleasure and gain in a life that is nothing more than a dream. In that world view, life’s purpose is defined by God who tells us: “I have not created jinn and humans (for any purpose) except to worship me,” (Qur’an, 51:56).
It is important to note the special construction of this statement. It begins with a negation: ‘I have not created jinn and humans (for any purpose) […]’.  First Allahsubhanahu wa ta’ala (exalted is He) negates ALL other purposes before He states the one and only, singular purpose:  ‘except to worship Me.’ This means that as a believer I know that there is no other purpose of my existence except to know, love and get closer to God. This is the one and only reason why I was created. And this is the most essential realization, as it defines everything else I do or believe. It defines all things around me, and everything I experience in life. 
So returning to the meaning of ‘good’ and ‘bad’, we find that anything that brings us closer to our ultimate purpose is Good and anything that takes us away from our ultimate purpose is Bad, in an ultimate sense. In a relative sense, for those whose goal is this material world, worldly things define their ‘good’ and ‘bad’. For them, things like gaining wealth, status, fame, or property is necessarily ‘good’.  Losing wealth, status, fame, or property is necessarily ‘bad’. So in that paradigm, when an innocent person loses every material possession they own, this is a ‘bad’ thing happening to a ‘good’ person. But that is the illusion that comes as a result of a flawed worldview. When the lens itself is distorted, so too is the image seen through it.
For those of the second worldview, anything that brings us closer to our purpose of nearness to God’s love is good; and anything that takes us away from that purpose is bad. Therefore, winning a billion dollars may be the greatest calamity ever to happen to me if it takes me away from God—my ultimate purpose. On the other hand, losing my job, all my wealth, and even falling ill, may in fact be the greatest blessing ever given to me if it brings me closer to God—my ultimate purpose.  This is the Reality that is spoken about in the Qur’an when Allah (swt) says:
“It may happen that you hate a thing which is good for you, and it may happen that you love a thing which is bad for you. Allah knows, you know not,” (2:216). 
As a believer, my criterion is no longer gain or loss in a material sense. My criterion is something higher. What I have or do not have in a worldly sense is only relevant in as much as it brings me closer or farther from my Aim: God. This dunya (life) becomes nothing more than that dream that I experience for a moment and then awaken from. Whether that dream was good or bad for me, depends only on my state once I awaken.
And so on the ultimate scale there is perfect justice. God only gives good (nearness to Him) to good people, and bad (distance from Him) to bad people. The greatest good is nearness to God, in this life and the next. And it is only ‘good’ people who are blessed with this. That is why the Prophet ﷺ has said: “Strange is the case of a believer, there is good for him in everything—and this is only for the believer. If a blessing reaches him, he is grateful to God, which is good for him, and if an adversity reaches him, he is patient which is good for him,” (Muslim).
As this hadith (record of the sayings or actions of the Prophet ﷺ) explains, whether something is good or bad is not defined by how it appears externally. “Goodness”, as explained by this hadith, is defined by the good internal state that it produces: patience and gratitude—both manifestations of peace with and nearness to God.
On the other hand, the greatest calamity is distance from God—in this life and the next. And it is only ‘bad’ people who are punished with this. What such ‘distanced’ people have, or do not have of wealth or status or property or fame is only an illusion—no more real or important than having, or not having, these things in the greatest dream, or the worst nightmare.
Of these illusions Allah (swt) says: Nor strain your eyes in longing for the things We have given for enjoyment to parties of them, the splendor of the life of this world, through which We test them: but the provision of thy Lord is better and more enduring,(Qur’an, 20:131).
The enduring life is the one that begins once we awaken from this world. And it is in that awakening that we realize…
It was only a dream.
Credit To : SuhaibWebb.Com

Sembahyang Berjemaah Di Surau MAI - Jika Tidak Sekarang,Bila Lagi?

Tempat : Surau Tingkat 10 (Asrama MAI) (Sila rujuk Google Maps di bawah)
Waktu : 6.30 Petang
Sembahyang : Isyak (Perubahan waktu akan dimaklumkan kemudian)

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Kebaikan Solat Berjemaah :

1) Setiap langkah yang diambil dari bilik/rumah ke masjid/surau,dosa kita akan terhapus.

Dari Abu Hurairah r.a., bahawa Nabi Muhammad s.a.w bersabda: Sesiapa yang bersuci di rumahnya (berwudhu’), kemudian ia pergi ke salah sebuah rumah dari rumah-rumah Allah, untuk mengerjakan sembahyang fardhu, nescaya setiap langkahnya itu: yang satu menggugurkan dosanya, dan yang satu lagi menaikkan darjatnya setingkat lagi” [Hadith sahih – riwayat Muslim]

2) Merapatkan Silaturahim.

Daripada Anas r.a. bahawasanya Nabi s.a.w. bersabda : " Janganlah kamu saling benci-membenci, dengki-mendengki, belakang-membelakangi dan pulau-memulau. Dan jadilah kamu hamba-hamba Allah yang bersaudara (dengan berkasih-sayang dan ziarah-menziarahi). Dan tidak halal bagi seorang muslim meninggalkan (memulaukan) saudaranya lebih dari 3 hari ".

3) Pahala 27X Ganda.

Itu semua orang tahu,bukan?

Jadi,tunggu apa lagi.Jika bukan sekarang,bila lagi?Rebutlah peluang ini.Yang penting,niat ikhlas kerana Allah SWT untuk mendapatkan keredhaan-Nya.

Assalamualaikum dan Selamat Beramal.

A Freudian Slip - Watch Your Tongue.


Orang Yang Membaca Al-Quran.

Sabda Rasulullah SAW mafhumnya: "Orang yang membaca al-Quran dan dia mahir dengannya, maka dia bersama malaikat yang mulia dan orang yang taat. Sesiapa yang membaca al-Quran sedangkan dia tersekat-sekat padanya dan dia begitu susah atasnya, maka baginya dua pahala (pahala membaca dan pahala kesusahan)." [Bukhari dan Muslim]

Light On The Tongue,Heavy On The Scales.

Kalimatan - the Seal of al-Bukhari: (Bukhari) The album ends with the short but powerful hadith that Imam al-Bukhari chose to end his great work Sahih al-Bukhari. It is narrated here in full, and the translation is as follows: 'there are two phrases which are beloved of the Most Merciful, light on the tongue, yet heavy on the scales (of reward): glory be to Allah and all praise to Him, glory be to Allah, the Mighty.


Lelaki 91 Tahun Ditembak Mati Bersama 29 Biri-Birinya.Persoalannya,Adakah Ini Yang Dinamakan Keadilan?

Credit Goes To : Mondoweiss.Net

One of the most important stories we've picked up in the last few months is B'Tselem's report that every other day a Palestinian noncombatant is killed in the occupied territories, on average. It is a reminder that just as the Jim Crow South was a very dangerous place for black people, the same is true of the occupied territories for Palestinians. (And those statistics do not include the hecatombs of civilians during Cast Lead.) 
This lesson is underscored by a superb report by Jared Malsin at Ma'an on three killings in Gaza in September. A 91-year-old shepherd is visited in the fields one afternoon by his grandson and another teenage boy, who bring a chicken. They grill the chicken, then the boys help the old man with his sheep in lands close to the Israeli border.
And then the shells begin to land, and they hustle back to the barn. All three are killed-- and 29 of 30 sheep. 
The next day the Israelis describe the three dead as militants and terrorists. Excerpts of Malsin's report:

The killing [and decapitation of 16-year-old] Ismail Abu Oda, along with his friend Hussam Abu Sayed, 17, and his grandfather Ibrahim Abu Sayed, 91, is raising questions about whether Israel has taken sufficient strides to bring it's army into compliance with international humanitarian law.

The incident was similar to previous incidents, such as those described in judge Richard Goldstone's UN-mandated report on Israel's winter war on Gaza. Human rights groups say the September killings and others only underscore the importance of implementing the report's call for investigations and accountability...
Brig. Gen. Eyal Eisenberg would later clarify in a statement sent to journalists that "we understand from a re-creation that we undertook that the three casualties were not involved in act of terror." The statement insisted, however, that one of the Palestinians had picked up an RPG launcher and aimed it at Israeli forces stationed along the border.
The case yielded a number of questions: Why did the army initially declare the three to be militants? Why did the Israeli soldiers decide to shoot in the first place?...
...“I saw my son in the hospital morgue, without a head,” [Walid] Abu Oda said. Ismail had been decapitated by flachettes, small metal darts contained in certain tank shells used by Israel. He showed Ma’an some of the flachettes that had been found near the bodies, along with a fragment of the tank shell.

Credit Goes To : Mondoweiss.Net


They told the world that we Muslims are the terrorists,but the question is,who are the real terrorists?

This current age of world is nothing but a sick-psychopathic society.

Just think about it.While one part of the world is living life happily ever after,the other side of the world is having endless war everyday.

We ourselves didn't know about this fact.Why?Because we are living in the former part,not the latter.Hence,we became the weak ummah.

Here's a suggestion.You don't have to go there to help them.It's out of our control.But,as a Muslim,we have the strongest weapon in the whole entire universe.Our Prayer to Allah Almighty (Doa).

So,what you're waiting for?


Mamilla Cemetery (Photo's Credit Goes To : Google)


Pictures From Mecca In 1885 - Adventurer’s Photos Capture A Bygone Mecca.

Original Source : LINK

(CNN) – He was an adventurer, a scholar, and possibly a spy — but as Dutchman Christiaan Snouck Hurgronje proved with his rare 1885 photographs and sound recordings of Mecca, he was also a pioneering multimedia journalist.

Snouck’s extraordinary collection of sepia-tinted images of Mecca in a bygone age have gone on display in Dubai ahead of the annual Hajj pilgrimage that originally drew him to the heart of Islam.

Accompanied by crackling, eerie soundscapes captured by Snouck using Thomas Edison’s newly-invented wax cylinders, the exhibition paints a very different picture from the ornate and built-up Mecca familiar to modern visitors.

Among the newly-restored platinum prints, one image taken from a nearby hillside shows the Kaaba, the instantly recognizable cubic building considered by Muslims to be the holiest place on the planet.

But though the galleried compound which surrounds it is echoed by Mecca’s contemporary architecture, the sparsely-built city of Snouck’s era bears only a passing resemblance, as do the rudimentary travelers’ tents on the dusty plains outside the city.

The images are all the more astounding, says Elie Domit — creative director of Dubai’s Empty Quarter gallery, which is hosting the exhibition — when one considers the lengths he went to to get them.

“People tend to forget the situation because cameras today are so versatile and light,” he told CNN. “In Snouck’s day they probably weighed about 40 kilos, and he needed to take all the chemicals for developing, which he would have done on site.”

“And he not only took photographs, but also recorded sounds. Can you just imagine going there and going through all the hardship to record that moment in history? It’s fascinating.”

Also fascinating, says Domit, is the story of Snouck himself. A pioneering traveler, he was a rare Western presence in Mecca, but embraced the culture and religion of his hosts with passion, converting to Islam.

He stayed for five months, documenting the run-up to Hajj, but although he had intended to stay for the pilgrimage, he was forced to leave after unfounded accusations of his involvement in an attempt to steal a historical artifact.

“Being one of the first Europeans, people were suspicious of his agenda, particularly as he had gained the confidence of the Ottoman leader,” added Domit.

“So when they heard the rumor he was a thief, he had to escape — leaving his camera equipment behind.”

The equipment wasn’t wasted. After Snouck’s departure, Al-Sayyid Abd al-Ghaffar, a local physician that the Dutchman had worked alongside, began using the camera, possibly becoming Mecca’s first home-grown photographer.

Al-Ghaffar continued sending his images to Snouck in The Netherlands. Many of the photographs were originally credited solely to Snouck but they are now jointly credited, with experts unable to tell who shot what.

The images, archived by Leiden University Library, were published four years after Snouck’s trip. Original copies of the album now sell for about $45,000, according to the gallery.

There was, says Domit, more to Snouck than pictures and sound.

“He never said himself that he was a spy because there was no Hollywood to pay tons of money for his inside story, but there have been many documents and historians claiming this.

“Most likely he was working as an agent of espionage in order to furnish information to the Dutch who had an interest in finding out about Muslim insurgents trying to topple the colonialism of the Netherlands.

“But he was also very convinced about the state of Islam, very knowledgeable and very dedicated. He was a kind of dichotomy: Here was a guy sent on a mission, but after he arrived he was convinced by and converted to Islam.

“I’m sure in terms of his personality, it was quite difficult.”

According to Domit, Snouck also left behind a pregnant Ethiopian wife when he fled Mecca, but later married again while working in the what is now Indonesia. “He married several times, I believe. Very convenient when the Dutch government is paying your bill.”

Mecca: A Dangerous Adventure — Snouck Hurgronje’s early photographs 1885 is showing until December 6 at Dubai’s Empty Quarter Gallery.

All The Credit Goes To SeekersGuidance.Org

Original Source : LINK


Butterfly Effect & Ummu Mihjan (Perkongsian)


Saya sekadar mahu mengongsikan satu penulisan yang amat menarik.Diambil dari blog Al-Fakir Ila Rabbi,kepunyaan seorang rakan blogger saya.Selamat Membaca.Semoga mendapat manfaat.

Mula-mula terfikir," Kenapa saya dipilih?"

sepanjang duduk di dalam perbincangan itu,saya meneliti satu persatu muka-muka yang ada di situ. bukan calang-calang orang.

makin saya berfikir makin saya yakin ia bukan kerana potensi saya. bukan juga kerana kelebihan yang saya ada.

mulalah suara-suara dalam hati berprasangka,"adakah aku dipilih hanya kerana 'orang lain'?

lama persoalan itu melemahkan semangat saya. saya rasa saya bukanlah diperlukan sangat.

kemudian saya berfikir,"ah,peduli apa. aku patut senang kerana dapat peluang untuk menyumbang."

Biar kecil,biar langsung nampak tak signifikan peranan saya tapi saya percaya Allah itu Maha adil dan mengetahui. Allah sudah janji balasan bagi setiap amal sekecil zarah pun. dan saya percaya,setiap tindakan yang kecil itu sebenarnya mempengaruhi dan menyumbang perubahan yang besar. Itulah 'The Butterfly Effect'.

sejak dulu,saya tidak pernah punya 'peluang sebenar' untuk menyumbang dalam apa-apa gerakkerja Islam. masuk ke maktab,barulah kadangkala peluang itu muncul itupun,awalnya cukup sedikit. maksud saya ruang dan peluang itu ada,cuma saya tak pernah buka mata pada peluang-peluang ini sehingga ia secara lama-kelamaan seolah 'tertutup'.

dulu saya tak pernah peduli tentang keberadaan Islam di kampus. perjuangan sahabat-sahabat.

sekarang bila saya terasa rindu untuk 'memberi' kerana terasa selama hidup saya masih belum ada 'sumbangan' lagi yang telah saya beri pada Islam. setakat seringgit dua dalam tabung surau ,saya tak kira itu satu sumbangan yang patut saya banggakan dan cukup berpuas hati. sedangkan para sahabat Nabi even pejuang Islam masakini berhabis bukan sedikit untuk Islam.

sekarang saya rasa 'dahaga' untuk menyumbang. saya tak peduli tak punya jawatan dalam BKS,atau JPP atau apa-apa badan gerakan Islam. saya tak peduli bekerja belakang tabir[malah lebih menyenanginya] saya tak peduli kerja menyental periuk dalam setiap program.saya tak kisah. bila saya tengok kawan-kawan saya sibuk dengan kerja-kerja untuk islam di kampus,saya cemburu. kerana masa saya habis dengan benda-benda yang mengarut.tak berguna. buka tutup internet,facebook,tidur. mujur saya seorang yang ulat buku kalau tidak saya tak ubah seperti katak bawah tempurung.

saya mahu menyumbang sebanyak mungkin. mungkin bersabung nyawa seperti hanzalah.Jual hidup dengan harga yang murah. Mewakafkan nyawa dan darah di jalan Allah.
tapi kalau tak punya peluang pun,cukuplah saya menjadi seperti UMMU MIHJAN.

Siapa Ummu Mihjan?

seorang wanita sederhana yang mungkin tidak dikenal orang tapi tersebut dalam kitab-kitab hadis dan riwayat-riwayat hadis Imam Bukhari,Muslim,Abu Daud dan ramai lagi. dan kini blog saya.

Ada seorang perempuan kulit hitam yang kerjanya membersihkan masjid. Setiap hari kerjanya membersihkan masjid. Pada suatu hari ia meninggal. Rasulullah bertanya kenapa sudah tidak lagi melihatnya di masjid.Setelah diberitahu bahawa dia sudah meninggal dunia,Rasulullah bertanya kenapa tidak memberitahu baginda lalu meminta ditunjukkan kuburnya.lalu Nabi langsung ke kuburnya dan solat jenazah.

Hebat bukan?sekdar petugas yang tidak sebesar peranan khalifah.tidak sebesar gabenor. Malah tidak dikenal kebanyakan orang. tapi diberi penghormatan rasulullah.

DEMI ALLAH,SAYA INGIN MENJADI SEPERTI UMMU MIHJAN.Tidak dikenali kerana tugas saya,tapi diganjari Allah kerana sumbangan saya yang tak seberapa.

kerana saya yakin kepada keadilan Allah.

dan saya percaya akan konsep "THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT"

Sumber Asal Artikel : Link

Assalamualaikum dan Selamat Beramal.


What Is Your Role In The Ummah?

what is your role?
what can you do for them?
what have you done until this moment?
and why are you still waiting?

yeay,eat that.


Sinful Slave


Dengan nama Allah

Apabila hawa menguasai diri
seperti tiada hari kembali
tiada guna peringatan diberi
telinga yang ada dipekak tuli
hati yang ada menjadi mati

Apabila hawa menguasai jiwa
semua yang fitrah ditolak semata-mata
bila diberi peringatan bermasamlah muka
lebih masam dari cuka
seperti tiada telinga
seperti tiada pancaindera-pancaindera
yang dikurniakan oleh-Nya
mata hati menjadi buta
menafikan sekeras-kerasnya apa yang telah ditetapkan oleh-Nya

Wahai sahabat-sahabat , berubahlah
seperti mula-mula pergi ke sekolah
masih ingatkah.?
Berpeganglah yang dua dengan teguh
Agar kita tidak bercerai roboh

Masa kini semakin suntuk
Apa yang ditunggu lagi untuk memperelok
apa yang di mata orang nampak indah tetapi sebenarnya buruk

Beginikah kita di hadapan yang tersayang.?
Sepintas lalu terbayang-bayang
Adakah kita mahu bergumbira berdekah-dekah berpanjang-panjang
Atau mahu hati ini tenang.?

Dan juga mereka (yang diredhai Allah itu ialah) yang apabila membelanjakan hartanya, tiadalah melampaui batas dan tiada bakhil kedekut; dan (sebaliknya) perbelanjaan mereka adalah betul sederhana di antara kedua-dua cara (boros dan bakhil) itu. [25:67]

 Dan mereka (yang diredhai Allah itu ialah orang-orang) yang tidak menghadiri tempat-tempat melakukan perkara-perkara yang dilarang, dan apabila mereka bertembung dengan sesuatu yang sia-sia, mereka melaluinya dengan cara membersihkan diri daripadanya.[25:72]


Amalan Sepanjang Bulan Dzulhijjah (Perkongsian)


Artikel kali ini diambil dari link ini.

Selamat Membaca.
Question: Can you please mention some of the merits of Dhu’l Hijja, and some acts of woship that can be done in the month
Answer: In the Name of Allah, Most Merciful and Compassionate
The first ten days of Dhu’l Hijjah are blessed days: Allah Most High Himself swore by them in the Qur’an:
“By the Dawn,
and the Ten Nights…”
[Qur’an, Surat al-Fajr, 89.1-2]
The Qur’anic commentators generally agree that the ten nights mentioned above refers to “the first ten days of Dhu’l Hijjah,” as one may find in Shaykh al-Islam Abu Su`ud’s Irshad al-`Aql al-Salim ila Mazaya al-Qur’an al-Karim [famous as Tafsir Abi al-Su`ud, 9.153] or in Tafsir al-Jalalayn.
Imam Ahmad and Nasa’i report from Sayyida Hafsa (Allah be pleased with her) that, “The Messenger of Allah (blessings and peace be upon him) did not leave four matters: Fasting `Ashura (f: 10th of Muharram), [during] the ten days [of Dhu’l Hijja], and three days of each month.”
1. Fasting the First Nine Days, Especially the Day of `Arafah (9th)
The scholars have concured that it is recommended to fast during the first nine days of Dhu’l Hijja. Note, however, that the tenth day is the day of Eid, and is prohibitively disliked and sinful to fast this day. [Buhuti, Kashshaf al-Qina`; Nawawi,Majmu`; Fatawa Hindiyya; Haskafi, Durr al-Mukhtar; Dardir,al-Sharh al-Saghir]
Of these, it is particularly recommended to fast the Day of `Arafah (9th of Dhu’l Hijjah), even for the one on Hajj in the Hanafi school, if it does not weaken the pilgrim from spending the day busy in worship. [Haskafi, Durr; Kasani, Bada’i`]
As for hadiths in which the Prophet (Allah bless him & give him peace) commanded against fasting this day for the pilgrim at `Arafah, this was understood by the Hanafi imams to refer to those whom it would weaken or tire. This was explained by Imam Tahawi. [Sharh Ma`ani al-Athar, 2.82-83] This is because of the numerous hadiths that have come in praise of this day in particular and fasting in it. Among these is:
Abu Qatada (Allah be pleased with him) related that the Messenger of Allah (blessings and peace be upon him, his family, and companions) said, “Fasting the Day of `Arafah (f: 9th of Dhu’l Hijjah) expiates for two years, one prior and one forthcoming. And fasting the Day of `Ashura (f: 10th of Muharram) expiates for the past year.” [Muslim, Abu Dawud, Nasa’i, and Ibn Majah]
2. Increasing One’s Spiritual Works During these Ten Days
Similarly, it is recommended to busy oneself these days with acts of worship. Imam Sharaf al-Din al-Hijjawi, the great Hanbali faqih, states in his primary text, al-Iqna`,:
“It is recommend to exert oneself in good works during the first ten days of Dhu’l Hijjah, such as remembrance of Allah (dhikr), fasting, charity, and other righteous actions, because they are the best of days.” [Buhuti, Kashshaf al-Qina`, 2.60]
This is confirmed by scholars of all the Sunni madhhabs. [Ibn Nujaym, al-Bahr al-Ra’iq; Haskafi/Ibn Abidin, Radd al-Muhtar `ala al-Durr al-Mukhtar; Nawawi, al-Majmu` and others]
Many scholars even stated that daytimes of these ten days are more virtuous than the ten daytimes of the last ten days of Ramadan, because of the strength of the primary texts related to them.
3. Spending the Nights of These Days In Prayer and Worship
It is especially recommended to spend some part of each of the nights of these ten days in prayer and worship. [Nawawi, Majmu`; Ibn Qudama, Mughni; Dardir, al-Sharh al-Saghir; Ibn Nujaym, al-Bahr al-Ra’iq;al-Fatawa al-Hindiyya; Ibn Abidin/Haskafi, Radd al-Muhtar `ala al-Durr al-Mukhtar]
This was deduced by clear primary texts, such as Prophet’s words (Allah bless him and give him peace) that, “There are no days in which good works are more beloved to Allah than these days – meaning the first ten days of Dhu’l Hijjah.” The Companions asked, ‘Not even jihad in the path of Allah, O Messenger of Allah?’ He said (Allah bless him & give him peace), “Not even jihad in the path of Allah, except for the one who goes forth with his person and wealth and does not return with any of it.” [Bukhari and others]
May Allah give us success in these blessed days and nights, and in every moment of our lives, to follow the path of the Prophet (Allah bless him & give him peace), and may He make us of those whom He loves and who love Him.
Walaikum assalam,
Faraz Rabbani

Original Source : SeekersGuidance.Org

Semoga Mendapat Manfaat.Assalamualaikum dan Selamat Beramal.

P/S : Dan sekarang sudah 2 Zulhijjah (jika tidak silap saya).Fikir-fikirkan.


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Jemputan Menjadi Penulis Di Muzzakarah


Ini merupakan satu pengumuman rasmi.

Kepada semua pelajar dan ahli komuniti MMASO,anda semua dijemput untuk menjadi Penulis di blog Muzzakarah.

Syarat-syaratnya adalah seperti berikut :

1) Islam.
2) Mempunyai asas blogging. (Ketiadaan asas blogging bukan menjadi masalah besar kerana anda boleh diajar.Senang sahaja sebenarnya)
3) Penulisan anda mestilah bersesuaian dengan tema blog ini.
4) Anda juga boleh berkongsikan artikel-artikel ilmu yang anda baca di laman web lain di blog ini.
5) Penulisan berbaur politik dan perkauman yang melambangkan pemikiran cetek adalah tidak dibenarkan.Penulisan juga hendaklah ditulis dengan etika-etika yang betul.
6) Penyertaan dari pelajar perempuan adalah amat-amat digalakkan.Mungkin ada isu yang anda boleh kongsikan di sini.

Kenapa menjadi Penulis Muzzakarah?

1) Memang tiada upah yang dapat kami berikan kepada anda.Tetapi,percayalah,ini merupakan satu pelaburan akhirat.Jika anda ikhlas,insya-Allah mendapat pahala.
2) Yalah.Duduk di asrama MAI ini selama lima tahun,takkanlah anda hendak bermain Facebook sahaja bukan?
3) Mungkin anda tidak reti/pandai menulis,jangan risau.Anda boleh kongsikan penulisan-penulisan/video menarik yang anda tonton di internet.Asalkan ianya kena dengan tema blog kita ini.
4) Bila lagi anda mahu berdakwah,jika bukan sekarang?
5) Jika selama ini hanya membaca blog,inilah masa anda berkongsikan ilmu yang ada pula.


Jika anda mahu menerima tawaran ini,sila isikan borang di link ini dengan tajuk "Permohonan Menjadi Penulis".

Jangan malu-malu.Anda akan dibantu jika ada masalah sebaik sahaja anda menjadi Penulis nanti.

Sebarang pertanyaan,sila tinggalkan di ruangan komen.

Assalamualaikum dan Selamat Beramal.


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For The Atheist (Perkongsian)


Saya baru menonton satu video yang amat bagus.Tetamu jemputan yang memberikan pandangan dalam video ini adalah seorang doktor perubatan.

Saya mencadangkan kepada anda semua untuk menonton video ini.Kerana ini ilmu yang sangat berharga.Boleh kita jadikan bahan untuk dakwah.

Acam?Ada berani?

Selamat Menonton.

Semoga mendapat manfaat.

Assalamualaikum dan Selamat Beramal.