25.6.11

Nafkanlah Hartamu,Dan Janganlah Riak.



Dengan Nama Allah Yang Maha Pemurah Lagi Maha Penyayang.

"Bandingan (derma) orang-orang yang membelanjakan hartanya pada jalan Allah, ialah sama seperti sebiji benih yang tumbuh menerbitkan tujuh tangkai; tiap-tiap tangkai itu pula mengandungi seratus biji. Dan (ingatlah), Allah akan melipatgandakan pahala bagi sesiapa yang dikehendakiNya, dan Allah Maha Luas (rahmat) kurniaNya, lagi Meliputi ilmu pengetahuanNya.

Orang-orang yang membelanjakan hartanya pada jalan (ugama) Allah, kemudian mereka tidak mengiringi apa yang mereka belanjakan itu dengan perkataan membangkit-bangkit (pemberiannya), dan tidak pula menyinggung atau menyakiti (pihak yang diberi), mereka beroleh pahala di sisi Tuhan mereka, dan tidak ada kebimbangan (dari berlakunya kejadian yang tidak baik) terhadap mereka, dan mereka pula tidak akan berdukacita.

(Menolak peminta-peminta sedekah) dengan perkataan yang baik dan memaafkan (kesilapan mereka) adalah lebih baik daripada sedekah (pemberian) yang diiringi (dengan perbuatan atau perkataan yang) menyakitkan hati. Dan (ingatlah), Allah Maha Kaya, lagi Maha Penyabar.

Wahai orang-orang yang beriman! Jangan rosakkan (pahala amal) sedekah kamu dengan perkataan membangkit-bangkit dan (kelakuan yang) menyakiti, seperti (rosaknya pahala amal sedekah) orang yang membelanjakan hartanya kerana hendak menunjuk-nunjuk kepada manusia (riak), dan ia pula tidak beriman kepada Allah dan hari akhirat. Maka bandingan orang itu ialah seperti batu licin yang ada tanah di atasnya, kemudian batu itu ditimpa hujan lebat, lalu ditinggalkannya bersih licin (tidak bertanah lagi). (Demikianlah juga halnya orang-orang yang kafir dan riak itu) mereka tidak akan mendapat sesuatu (pahala) pun dari apa yang mereka usahakan. Dan (ingatlah), Allah tidak akan memberi petunjuk kepada kaum yang kafir". [2:261-264]



18.6.11

Pengedaran Naskhah Muzzakarah (Versi Cetak) Edisi Jun 2011.



Dengan Nama Allah Yang Maha Pemurah Lagi Maha Penyayang.

Assalamualaikum.

Apa khabar?

Baru sebentar tadi,Pihak Pentadbiran Muzzakarah sempat mengagihkan beberapa salinan Muzzakarah (Versi Cetak) Edisi Jun 2011.

Usaha ini dilakukan bagi membolehkan rakan-rakan kita yang tidak suka membaca di kaca skrin komputer untuk mendapat sedikit Ilmu dalam versi percetakan.

Memandangkan ini kali pertama Percetakan Muzzakarah dilakukan,jadi hanya 6 Naskhah sahaja yang diterbitkan.

Alhamdulillah,semuanya selamat diedarkan kepada Para Jemaah yang hadir.Memandangkan ianya terhad,diharapkan Para Jemaah dapat memberikan Naskhah itu kepada kawan-kawan yang lain selepas membacanya.

Kepada anda yang tidak berkesempatan untuk mendapatkan Muzzakarah Edisi Jun 2011 Versi Cetak itu tadi,jangan bimbang.Anda masih boleh membacanya,tapi dalam Versi E-Book.

Anda boleh muat turun Versi E-Book di sini.

Diharapkan usaha ini dapat dilakukan secara konsisten selepas ini.Dan diharapkan dapat diteruskan oleh Batch-Batch yang akan datang.

Sama-sama kita berikan kerjasama kepada usaha yang baik ini.Hanya Allah SWT sahaja yang dapat membalas jasa kalian semua.Insya-Allah.

Diharapkan juga langkah ini (mengedarkan Naskhah Ilmu percuma kepada Para Jemaah) dapat dicontohi oleh Ahli Jawatankuasa Surau/Masjid di tempat lain.Tidak perlu kos yang terlalu mahal.Janji isinya menarik dan kemas,itu sudah cukup.

Ini salah satu cara kita menyampaikan Ilmu Islam kepada orang ramai.

Itu sahaja untuk kali ini.

Assalamualaikum dan Selamat Beramal.


16.6.11

This Whole Deen.



This whole religion revolves around knowing the truth and acting by it,and action must be accompanied by patience. [Ibn Taymiyyah]


Perkongsian : Top Ten Things Every Student of Knowledge Should Know.


Many times young Muslims decide they want to become scholars and embark on the path of knowledge with little knowledge of what to expect. I was such a youngster who signed up for an “‘alim” course with no idea what an ‘alim is or where it would lead me.
In order to help my fellow Muslims prepare themselves psychologically and not repeat the mistakes I made, I present to you ten things I feel every student of knowledge must know (in no particular order):
1.  A few years of study does not make one a scholar:
Too often, young Muslims study a few books or for a few years and then develop a “scholar” complex. They begin to force their opinions on others as if they can’t be wrong. They become intolerant to other views, and they write anybody off who disagrees with them as deviant.
We need to realize, before we even begin our journey of knowledge, that the sciences of Islam are many and deep; the variety of opinions in fiqh are multiple, and the chances of always being right are slim. I advise all of my fellow young Muslims to tread carefully, keep egos in check, approach differences with the possibility of being wrong, and never forget to say “Allah knows best”.
2. Manners come first:
In the past, most scholars would train their students in good manners before teaching them Islamic knowledge. Parents, too, would encourage their children to learn manners before the Islamic sciences.
Sadly, today many institutes do not teach good manners to their students, expecting them to automatically gain them through their study of Islam. This leads to Islamic teachers with bad manners, which in turn chases people away from Islam.
In this regard, anybody who is studying or teaching Islam must learn the proper manners of dealing with people, mercy, tolerance, and being non-judgmental and must possess a personality that attracts people; otherwise, we might do more harm than good.
3. Studying Islam does not make one immune to sin:
Some people have the misconception that if they study Islam, they will reach a level of piety from which they can’t slip. The reality is that Shaytan tries even harder to lead people of knowledge astray as it has a more detrimental effect on the community as a whole.
So instead of temptations growing less, they are more likely to increase and intensify as Shaytan tries to use every means at his disposal to lead us astray. We need to realize this, prepare for it, and never let our guard down as the Shayateen try very hard to make a knowledgeable Muslim fall astray.
4. People will judge you:
While we should not be judgmental to people as Islamic teachers, the reality is that people will still judge you. Many people are intimidated by practicing Muslims. When they see a practicing Muslim, they see their own flaws and deficiencies and so they search for fault in that individual. We should not be surprised if people judge our clothing, mannerisms or weaknesses; it is their way to try and console themselves or justify their sins. We need to always keep this in mind and be able to respond appropriately.
5. You represent your Faith:
When a person chooses to study Islam, especially once they earn a title, they automatically become a representation of the deen. When people see an Imam or a Shaykh, they expect to see a living example of Islam. If people see such a person sinning, they will either lose respect for him and become disillusioned about Islam, or they will take it as proof that it can’t be that big a sin. Either way, for an Islamic teacher, our lives represent ourdeen, so we should always be careful not to give a wrong impression of Islam.
6. You will be tested:
Undoubtedly, life is a test and every human is being tested all the time in different ways. However, one should not think that because one is studying Islam and teaching it, Allah will grant a life of ease and comfort. Rather, history proves that those closest to Allah are the most severely tested. The Prophet (peace be upon him) said, “The most severely tested people are the prophets, then those closest to them in piety then those closest to them.”
Be prepared to be tested and take it as a sign that Allah loves you and wants to test your love for Him. Remember that the Prophet (peace be upon him) said, “Whoever embarks on a path to study Islam has embarked on the path towards Paradise.” It is not the information alone that takes a person to Paradise; it is his fulfillment of its rights by understanding, practicing and preaching it to others and dealing with all the problems that go along with this that ultimately leads to Paradise.
7. Studying should not be an end; rather it should be a step to a higher goal:
I have met many Moulanas, Imams and Shaykhs with no goals or aspirations. Despite the ummah having so many issues that need dealing with, these men don’t seem to care. Upon further analysis, I realized that they set out to study with one of the following goals:  to please their parents, to get a title, or to get the knowledge. Once they obtained the knowledge, they did not know or care about what to do next, so they carried along with their lives like donkeys carrying books.
Any person who studies Islam should be introspective and find a good motivation to study. Perhaps you would like to become a da’ee and a means of guidance for non-Muslims. Perhaps you would like to establish an Islamic centre in an area that needs one. Perhaps you would like become a mujtahid in a field that is lacking many quality scholars. Whatever you decide, it should be something noble that you wish to do for the sake of Allah after completing your studies. In short, studying should not be a goal but a means to help accomplish higher goals.
8. You can’t change everyone:
In life, we do not always get what we want. Similarly, in Islamic work things don’t always go our way. Remember that not everybody you meet will agree with you, listen to you or accept your message. Rather, there will always be people who will disagree with you or flat out reject you. This is reality and we have to be prepared for this by realizing guidance is only in Allah’s Hands, and we are only responsible for conveying the message.
9.  You will make mistakes:
Many of us study Islam to make up for the sins of our past. Yet, being humans, we are never free from sins and mistakes and so some people become depressed and give up Islamic work when they realize that they are now knowledgeable but still occasionally fall into sin.
The truth is that the Shaytan wants us to quit and by doing so we are just playing into his hands, but Allah is Most Forgiving to those who repent. Every time you fall down and make a mistake, pick yourself back up, turn to Allah in repentance and try again to be a good Muslim, and never EVER allow your sins or mistakes stop you from doing Islamic work. Rather, it should motivate us to do more Islamic work so that our good deeds outweigh our sins on the Last Day.
10. The reward for studying and teaching Islam is worth it:
While most of the above make it seem like Islamic Work is a difficult field, that is not the purpose of this article. The purpose was solely to prepare for the many challenges and responsibilities we face while trying to serve Allah.
The reality is that the reward of dealing with all of the above is truly worth it, whether it is the rewards in this world or in the akhirah. As far as the akhirah goes, we know that the path of knowledge leads to Paradise but additional to that is the fact that insha’Allah you will get the rewards for the good deeds of those you teach or inspire to do good.
In this sense, it is one of the only good deeds we can do where the reward keeps multiplying. The Prophet (peace be upon him) said, “When a person dies, all their deeds end except three: charity which continues to benefit, knowledge he left behind which people benefit from, and righteous children who pray for him.”
As far as this world goes, the greatest reward an Islamic worker can receive in this world is seeing the fruits of his efforts. When a person tells you they changed and became a better Muslim because of your influence or when a person takes their shahadah at your hands, there is no feeling equal to it, and any sacrifice you have being through for the deen feels worth it.
So, my beloved brothers and sisters, let us study Islam, seeking its rewards yet knowing the responsibilities and trials that go along with it. I wrote this firstly as a reminder to myself as well as to anybody else involved in the field of Islamic Studies. May Allah keep us all steadfast on His deen.  Ameen.


15.6.11

Perkongsian : Happens For A Reason,Happens For The Best.



This article was taken from the following website : SuhaibWebb.Com


There was a bus blocking the right turn lane and its emergency lights were flashing. “I need a quick detour!,” thought the woman driving. She turned into a parking lot to cross through to the adjacent street. As she made the turn, she felt her car heave forward heavily and realized she had not seen the curb. Embarrassed, she continued to the street and felt her car was driving differently. She swung into a side road to check on it.
A flat tire! Subhan’Allah (glory be to God). She immediately thought of the dua`a’ (supplication) that the Prophet ﷺ (peace be upon him) had taught to the ummah (Muslim community) for times of difficulty: “If a servant of Allah is afflicted with a misfortune and says: ‘Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji’un, Allahumma ajirni fi musibati wa akhlif li khairan minha‘ (Verily we belong to Allah and truly to Him shall we return. O Allah! Protect me in this calamity that has befallen me and replace it with something better), Allah will accept his prayer, grant him reward for his affliction, and replace it with something better.”1 And so she made this dua`a’, knowing full well she had been the one to cause the misfortune to happen in the first place, but hoping that Allah subhanahu wa ta`ala (exalted is He) would bless her in some way because of it.
She then sat there, after having called for help, dazed and wondering why this had happened. Why was that bus stopped where it had been stopped? Why was it meant for her to be on this specific road at this specific time, when she usually would never have been in that place, at that time? Why didn’t she wait and go around the bus, instead of turning through a parking lot? She began to contemplate the verse, “And whatever strikes you of disaster—it is for what your hands have earned; but He pardons much” (Qur’an, 42:30). And finally, perhaps—perhaps—this happened because something better should happen. There had to have been a reason for this situation. But what was the reason? Where was the wisdom?
After some time, her husband came, changed the flat with a spare, and directed her to go to a specific tire company to take advantage of a warranty. This tire company was much further out, in a city which she had never traversed due to its distance and decentralized location. Upon reaching the company and waiting for her tire to be fixed, she realized she needed to praydhuhr (the afternoon prayer) and wondered if there was a masjid nearby. Mapping it, she found one only a few miles away, so as soon as her car was ready, she was headed for the mosque.
There was only one other car parked in the parking lot. Having never been to this masjid before, she searched for an entrance and walked in. There, she found an older man sitting at a table. She greeted him and as he looked up, she asked if he could point out the direction of the prayer area.
He looked at her, almost in a daze. “Aren’t you… Aren’t you that woman who spoke at the conference recently?” She confirmed as he continued, “What brings you here?” He realized she had come to pray and pointed out the direction of the prayer hall. After she had finished her salah (prayer), she headed back towards the entrance to leave. He beckoned her, “Would you mind waiting just a moment?”
He then explained that while she was speaking at the conference, he was listening to her and thinking about the future generation. He was thinking about young adults and the way they need someone to connect with them. He began to think our cultural and age gap as parents sometimes makes it difficult to convey the message of Islam in a way which is culturally relevant to their lives. If only I could somehow come in contact with this woman. Perhaps she could speak to the up-and-coming generation. But Allah—how? How will I come to connect with her? “And now,” he finished, “Here you are.Subhan’Allah.”
At that moment, the woman realized that perhaps the flat tire she had experienced—perhaps the bus with its emergency lights, the miscalculated curb, the need to go to a specific tire company so far away from her own locality—had all taken place so that she could be there, in that place, in that moment of time, where she would be connected to a person who was seeking to call youth back to Allah, subhanahu wa ta`ala.
The woman stared at the man, incredulous at the situation. Subhan’Allah, she thought. Maybe this simple man, a man without a hugely outward “Islamic” appearance, a man who sat humbly in the masjid, was someone near to Allah (swt), dear to Allah (swt)—so much so that Allah (swt) would create a situation where the person this man was seeking to speak with came to his door.
It reminded the woman of the story of Imam Ahmad and the Baker. Imam Ahmad radi Allahu `anhu (may God be pleased with him) once was traveling and needed to stay somewhere overnight. When he went to the masjid, the guard (not recognizing Imam Ahmad) denied him entrance. Imam Ahmad (ra) tried numerous times, but the guard did not accept his requests. Frustrated, Imam Ahmad (ra) resolved to spend the night in the masjid yard. The guard became furious and dragged him away, despite the old age and frailty of Imam Ahmad (ra).
A baker, whose shop was nearby, watched this scene and took pity on Imam Ahmad (ra), also not knowing who he was. The Baker thought of the man who needed a place to stay as a simple traveler without lodging. He invited the Imam to stay with him for the night. While there, Imam Ahmad noticed that the baker continually made istighfar (asking for Allah’s forgiveness) while working, and in the morning, the Imam eagerly asked his host about the latter’s continual seeking of forgiveness. The Baker said it had become second nature to him, and Imam Ahmad (ra) then asked whether the man had experienced any reward from this practice.
The Baker answered, “By Allah! No dua`a’ I made except that it was answered but one.” “And what is that dua`a’?” asked Imam Ahmed. “To be able to see the famed Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal!”
Imam Ahmad (ra) interjected, “I am Ahmad ibn Hanbal!” He then went on to add, “By Allah! I was dragged to your place so that you can have your dua`a’ (prayer) come true.”2
Perhaps this man, just like the Baker, was not some conference speaker, not some widely famed Imam, not some enormous Islamic activist, but someone who was sincere in their relationship with Allah (swt), and so Allah (swt) blessed them with acceptance and the answering of their passing wishes and dua`a’.
Days later, she continued to contemplate her encounter. Subhan’Allah, she kept thinking, everything for a reason. Sometimes, “bad” things happen to “good” people. But sometimes, those “bad” things are truly only outward moments of difficulty in comparison to the good Allah (swt) has in store and is preparing for that person to experience, when the time and moment are right.
As Ibn al-Qayyim rahimahu Allah (may Allah have mercy on him) said, “When Allah tests you, it is never to destroy you. Whenever He removes something from your possession, it is only to empty your hands for an even better gift.”
What is stopping us from working to become of those who are beloved to Allah (swt)?

13.6.11

Perbuatan Baik/Ibadah/Ikhlas - Berubahlah Sementara Masih Ada Kesempatan.



Bukanlah perkara kebajikan itu hanya kamu menghadapkan muka ke pihak timur dan barat, tetapi kebajikan itu ialah berimannya seseorang kepada Allah, dan hari akhirat, dan segala malaikat, dan segala Kitab, dan sekalian Nabi; dan mendermanya seseorang akan hartanya sedang ia menyayanginya, - kepada kaum kerabat, dan anak-anak yatim dan orang-orang miskin dan orang yang terlantar dalam perjalanan, dan kepada orang-orang yang meminta, dan untuk memerdekakan hamba-hamba abdi; dan mengerjanya seseorang akan sembahyang serta mengeluarkan zakat; dan perbuatan orang-orang yang menyempurnakan janjinya apabila mereka membuat perjanjian; dan ketabahan orang-orang yang sabar dalam masa kesempitan, dan dalam masa kesakitan, dan juga dalam masa bertempur dalam perjuangan perang Sabil. orang-orang yang demikian sifatnya), mereka itulah orang-orang yang benar (beriman dan mengerjakan kebajikan); dan mereka itulah juga orang-orang yang bertaqwa. [2:177]

Assalamualaikum.

Dalam Surah Al-Zalzalah Ayat 7-8 ada diceritakan bahawa setiap perkara yang dilakukan manusia di dunia ini akan dihisab di Akhirat kelak.

Dan dalam Surah Al-'Asr pula diceritakan bahawa manusia ini sentiasa berada dalam kerugian selagi mereka tidak beriman dan beramal soleh.

Dan Hadis Rasulullah SAW juga ada yang menyebut supaya kita hidup di dunia ini seperti seorang pengembara.Yang mana bermaksud,ambil yang mana perlu sahaja.

Dan dalam Ayat Al-Quran di atas,disebut bahawa kebajikan itu bukan sekadar amalan-amalan tertentu sahaja.Skop kebaikan dan kebajikan itu amat luas.

Yang penting,niat kerana Allah SWT.

Jadi,selepas mengetahui semua perkara ini,dan selepas menyedari bahawa kita tidak punya banyak masa,dan kita amat perlukan amal baik untuk mencari redha Allah SWT,adakah kita mahu bertangguh lagi?

Berubahlah.

Selagi masih ada masa.Selagi masih ada kesempatan.Selagi masih ada nafas.

Yang penting,niatkan kerana Allah SWT.Ikhlas hanya kerana-Nya,untuk mencari keredhaan-Nya.

Amin.


7.6.11

Sedikit Nasihat Dan Renungan Untuk Kita Semua,Ahli Keluarga MAI.



Dengan Nama Allah Yang Maha Pemurah Lagi Maha Penyayang.

Assalamualaikum.

Alhamdulillah.Dengan izin Allah SWT,kita semua dikurniakan dengan petunjuk dan hidayah daripada-Nya.

Dan Alhamdulillah juga,kita semua adalah umat Islam.

Sepanjang kita berada di MAI ini,dalam tempoh lebih kurang lima tahun ini,insya-Allah (dengan izin Allah SWT),kita akan (atau telah) mempunyai banyak masa lapang.

Sabda Rasulullah SAW : "Ada dua nikmat yang kebanyakan manusia tertipu kerananya iaitu kesihatan dan masa lapang." [Al-Bukhari]

Adalah menjadi satu kerugian jika kita tidak gunakan masa lapang yang banyak ini ke arah kebaikan.

Jadi,Pihak Pentadbiran Muzzakarah menyeru Rakan-Rakan Saudara-Saudari Pelajar MAI sekalian supaya memanfaatkan masa yang lapang ini sebaik-baiknya.

Marilah kita gunakan masa lapang yang dikurniakan oleh Allah SWT kepada kita ini untuk mendekatkan diri kepada-Nya.

Belajar itu satu perkara,tapi dalam masa sama kita juga kena ingat bahawa dunia ini bukan matlamat kita yang abadi.

Sebagai seorang Muslim,kita semua tahu bahawa perkara terpenting untuk dibawa ke Akhirat kelak adalah amalan yang baik.

Oleh sebab itu,sementara di dunia inilah kita kena berusaha mencari sebanyak-banyak redha-Nya.

Yang penting ikhlas.

Jadi di sini,dicadangkan beberapa perkara yang boleh kita semua Para Pelajar MAI lakukan untuk menambah amal kita :

1) Kita ramai.Satu bilik lima orang.Apa kata kita amalkan Amalan Sembahyang Berjemaah bersama-sama rakan sebilik?Dan apa kata kita segerakan sembahyang bila masuk waktu?Kita ramai di sini.Adalah menjadi satu kerugian jika kita tidak bersembahyang jemaah selama lima tahun ini semata-mata hanya kerana malu/menonton filem.

2) Internet kita di sini juga laju.Apa kata daripada kita memuat-turun filem,sebaliknya kita gunakan nikmat Internet laju yang Allah SWT kurniakan ini untuk kita streaming video Islamic Talk di internet.Antara channel yang bagus adalah Channel Khalifahklothing.Adalah menjadi satu kerugian bila kita ada Internet laju,kita pandai Bahasa Inggeris,tapi kita tidak menggunakan kemahiran ini ke arah memperbaiki diri.Mungkin ada yang merasakan menonton video seperti ini bosan,tapi belum cuba belum tahu.Tontonlah.Saya cadangkan video oleh Nouman Ali Khan etc.Ilmu ini kemudiannya kita sharekan bersama keluarga kita.Bukankah itu indah?

3) Di waktu lapang,apa kata kita baca Al-Quran berserta terjemahan-Nya?Setiap dari kita,saya yakin mempunyai Terjemahan Al-Quran.Kenapa tidak kita mula untuk baca?Rugi nanti jika kita duduk lima tahun di sini ada masa lapang,tapi tiada perubahan terhadap diri kita di sini.Kan?

4) Kalau ada duit lebih,apa kata kita bersedekah kepada orang susah?Kita ada duit lebih.Kan?

5) Tahajjud.Kita sekarang Subuh awal.Jadi,apa kata sementara tunggu Subuh,kita bertahajjud dahulu.Mintalah ampun kepada Allah SWT.Di waktu ini,bagus untuk berdoa.Mintalah untuk peperiksaan kita,pelajaran kita,kesihatan kita dan keluarga kita.Kan?Rugi je kalau Subuh awal tapi kita habiskan waktu berborak kosong.Bukankah begitu?

Itu sahaja Cadangan ikhlas daripada Pihak Pentadbiran Muzzakarah untuk kita semua.

Kalau dapat kita mulakan langkah untuk mengamalkan salah satu di atas (sebagai permulaan),itu pun sudah cukup cantik.

Ingatlah,ada tiga perkara sahaja yang boleh dibawa mati kelak.Apakah tiga perkara itu?

Dari Abu Hurairah RA bahawa Nabi Muhammad SAW bersabda : "Apabila seorang manusia mati, putuslah (tulisan pahala) amalan (setakat itu) Kecuali tiga perkara (yang akan berlanjutan tulisan pahalanya) iaitu sedekah jariah atau ilmu memberi kepada yang faedah orang lain atau anak yang soleh yang berdoa untuknya". [Hadith Sahih - Riwayat Imam Ahmad]

Sekian daripada kami di Muzzakarah.

Assalamualaikum dan Selamat Beramal.

P/S : Adalah menjadi satu tanggungjawab untuk kita sesama Islam untuk saling-mengingati.Bukankah begitu?


Never Despair In The Mercy Of Allah SWT.



Narrated Abu Huraira : Allah's Apostle (SAW) said, "When Allah completed the creation, He wrote in His Book which is with Him on His Throne, "My Mercy overpowers My Anger." [Bukhari :: Book 4 :: Volume 54 :: Hadith 416]

The Prophet (peace be upon him) said: "Allah, the Lord of Honour and Glory, will accept the repentance of His servant till his death-rattle begins." [Tirmidhi]


5.6.11

Jadual Solat Jun 2011 Bagi Moscow Dan Kawasan Yang Sewaktu Dengannya.




Orang-orang Yahudi dan Nasrani tidak sekali-kali akan bersetuju atau suka kepadamu (wahai Muhammad) sehingga engkau menurut agama mereka (yang telah terpesong itu). Katakanlah (kepada mereka): "Sesungguhnya petunjuk Allah (agama Islam itulah petunjuk yang benar". Dan demi sesungguhnya jika engkau menurut kehendak hawa nafsu mereka sesudah datangnya (wahyu yang memberi) pengetahuan kepadamu (tentang kebenaran), maka tiadalah engkau akan peroleh dari Allah (sesuatupun) yang dapat mengawal dan memberi pertolongan kepada mu. [2:120]

...Allah berfirman:" (Permohonanmu itu diterima) tetapi sesiapa yang kufur dan ingkar maka Aku akan beri juga ia bersenang-senang menikmati rezeki itu bagi sementara (di dunia), kemudian Aku memaksanya (dengan menyeretnya) ke azab neraka, dan (itulah) seburuk-buruk tempat kembali". [2:126]

Sumber Jadual : Pihak Pentadbiran Muzzakarah.

3.6.11

Perkongsian Dua Buah Video Oleh Keluarga MAI.



Dengan Nama Allah Yang Maha Pemurah Lagi Maha Penyayang.

Pihak Pentadbiran Muzzakarah dengan sukacita mempersembahkan dua buah video yang dihasilkan oleh Ahli Keluarga kita di sini.

Yang pertama adalah video daripada Kita Production.


Yang kedua adalah video oleh Penerbitan Pena Maya.


Semoga bermanfaat!

Lawati juga Saluran-Saluran Youtube mereka di link-link ini :

Kita Production
Penerbitan Pena Maya

Assalamualaikum dan Selamat Menghadapi Musim Peperiksaan!