Ummu Waraqah


smoga sihat belaka... semalam ketika ana sedang menyiapkan beberapa kerja, tiba2 ade sorang sahabat bertanya kepada ana, ustaz kenal tak ummu Waraqah? So untuk entry kali ni ana akan menceritakan serba sedikit tentang Ummu Waraqah.

Sapa Ummu Waraqah ni???
Beliau adalah putri kepada Abdullah bin al- Haris bin Uwaimar bin Naufal al-Anshariyah. Beliau dikenal dengan kunyah (gelaran yang diawali dengan Abu atau ummu) Ummu Waraqah binti Abdullah atau dikenal dengan Ummu Waraqah binti Naufal, dinisbahkan kepada moyang die.

Beliau ra adalah seorang wanita yang memiliki ghirah (semangat) tinggi terhadap Islam dan bercita-cita untuk mati syahid di jalan Allah dalam rangka meninggikan kalimat Allah. Oleh kerana itu, beliau tidak terhalang untuk berjihad bersama kaum muslimin dan mendapatkan pahala mujahidin. Tatkala Rasulullah saw hendak berangkat Perang Badar, Ummu Waraqah berkata kepada Rasulullah saw, “Ya Rasulullah, izinkanlah aku berangkat bersama mu, sehingga aku dapat mengubati dan membantu orang-orang yang terluka di antara kalian, merawat orang yang sakit di antara kalian, dan agar Allah kurniakan diriku syahadah (mati syahid).” Kemudian Nabi saw menjawab, “Sesungguhnya Allah akan mengurniakan dirimu syahadah, tapi tinggallah kamu di rumahmu, kerana sesungguhnya engkau adalah syahidah (orang yang akan mati syahid).”

Beliau ra turut mengumpulkan Alquran al-Karim, dan beliau adalah seorang wanita yang ahli dalam membaca Alquran. Kerana itu, Nabi saw memerintahkan beliau agar menjadi imam bagi para wanita di daerahnya dan Rasulullah saw menyediakan seorang muadzin bagi beliau.

Abdurrahman bin Khalad menceritakan bahwa Rasulullah mengunjungi rumah Ummu Waraqah kemudian memberikan seorang muadzin untuknya. “Aku melihat muadzin tersebut adalah seorang laki-laki yang sudah tua,” tutur Abdurrahman bin Khalad. Sejak itulah keberkatan dalam rumah Ummu Waraqah bertambah. Rumah yang di dalamnya selalu ditegakkan solat lima waktu berjama’ah.

Ummu Waraqah hidup sehingga zaman khalifah Umar al-Khatab. Pada masa itu, Ummu Waraqah memiliki dua orang hamba iaitu seorang lelaki dan seorang wanita. Hamba inilah yang menjaga kehidupan Ummu Waraqah pada usia tuanya. Ummu Waraqah berjanji akan membebaskan mereka berdua apabila dia meninggal dunia.

maka bile hambanya rasa nak cepat bebas, lalu hambanya membunuh Ummu Waraqah, akhirnya Ummu Waraqah berjaya mati syahidah..

hebatnya Ummu Waraqah ni, semangatnya yang perlu dicontohi dan mempunyai cite2 yang tinggi iaitu mati syahid... adakah kite bercita2 nak mati syahid????

Presiden Perancis menyatakan tidak menerima burka di Perancis

Saya amat terkejut apabila membaca beberapa laman web berkenaan perkembangan parlimen Prancis di mana Presiden Perancis Nicolas Sarkozy mengatakan dalam pidato yang membuka sesi bersama di Parlimen Perancis pada hari Isnin 22. Jun yang lalu, bahwa "Islam burka (abaya) adalah" tidak selamat datang "di Perancis, kerana ianya bukan merupakan simbol agama tetapi tanda sikap untuk perempuan.

"Kami tidak dapat menerima ada perempuan di negara kita yang di belakang tahanan kelambu (ditutupi semua dengan pakaian) , dilenyapkan dari semua kehidupan sosial," katanya.

web memberitahu

"Masalah burka bukan masalah agama. Ini merupakan isu perempuan kebebasan dan martabat. Ini bukan sebuah simbol agama. Ini merupakan tanda sikap; itu adalah tanda penurunan. Saya sungguh-sungguh ingin berkata, burka yang tidak datang di Prancis, "Sarkozy told lawmakers.

Said Nursi in the history of Turkey

Alhamdulillah this year The Malay Assocation In Arab Republic Of Egypt (PMRAM) recommend visit while to learn of the Republic of Turkey, in addition, I also study on the state of the Republic of Turkey. which Turkey is a country that is very advanced and has a very interesting history, where history says nursi knowledge of the many famous and defend the rights of freedom of Turkey.


Bediuzzaman Said Nursi was born a century ago, in 1873, in a village in eastern Anatolia, Nurs, from which he received the name Nursi. He received his basic education from the best-known scholars of the district. The extraordinary intelligence and capability of learning that he showed at a very early age made him popular with his teachers, colleagues and the people. When he was sixteen years old, he silenced the distinguished scholars who had invited him to a debate (debate was then a popular practice among scholars). This later recurred several more times with various groups of soholars, and he thereby began to be called Bediuzzaman (Wonder of the Age).

The time he spent in education paved the way in his mind for the thought that at a time when the world was entering a new and different age, where science and logic would prevail, the classical educational system of theology would not be sufficient to remove doubts concerning the Qur'an and Islam. He concluded that religious sciences should be taught at modern schools on the one hand, and modern sciences at religious schools on the other. "This way," he said, "the people of the school will be protected from unbelief, and those of the madrasa from fanaticism."

With this idea, he twice went to Istanbul-once in 1895, the second time in 1907-where he sought to convince the Sultan to establish a university in Anatolia, one that would teach religious and modern sciences together. But the sharp words in his conversation with the Sultan caused him to be court-martialed, and during his trial too he did not hesitate to use the same sharpness. Alarmed by this, the military judges thought it best to send him to a mental hospital, but the phisician who examined him reported, "If there is a grain of insanity in Bediuzzaman, then there must be no sane person in the whole world.


To be the object of accusations contrary to his aim and intention was, in fact, an invariable feature of Bediuzzaman's fate. When the uproars of March 31, 1909, took place, he was arrested and court-martialed on the charge of inciting the uproar, although he had tried, and to a degree managed, to calm down the events. While the hanging bodies of the convicts executed were seen through the windows of the court-martial room, Bediuzzaman made a heroic defense and in the end was acquitted.

After the first of a series of acquittals, Bediuzzaman Said Nursi returned to eastern Anatolia, visited the remote proviences and explained to the people that the movement freedom that was beginning to emerge in the country was not contrary to Islam. He told them that all kinds of dictatorship were rejected by the Sacred Law, which would be nourished and would manifest its virtues in a free atmosphere. Her later collected these speeches in a book entitled the Debates.

In the winter of 1911, Bediuzzaman went to Damascus and gave a sermon at the Umayyad mosque to an audience including one hundred well-known scholars, explaining that the true civilisation contained in Islam would dominate the modern world. Afterwards he went to Istanbul once again, to continue his efforts to have a, university established in eastern Anatolia. As the representative of the Eastern provinces, he escorted Sultan Reþad on his journey in Rumelia and, when they were in Kosovo Metohija, where the Sultan was planning to establish a university, Bediuzzaman told him, "The East is in more need of a university, for it is the centre of the Muslim world." He thus convinced Sultan Resad to earmark a sum of nineteen thousand gold liras, and then went to Van and laid the foundation of the university. Unfortunately, the construction was not completed because of the World War which soon broke out.


In World War I, Bediuzzaman Said Nursi served as a commander of a volunteers' regiment on the Caucasian front and in eastern Anatolia. The heroism he demonstrated in battle was highly admired by the generals of the Ottoman army, including Enver Pa=FEa, Minister of Defense and Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the Ottoman Armed Forces. Together with his volunteers known as "the Felt Caps," he struck terror into the Russian and Armenian forces. In the meantime, he wrote his celebrated commentary on the Qur'an in the Arabic language, sometimes on horseback, sometimes on the front line and sometimes in the trench. This commentory, entitled the Signs of Miraculousness; received immense appreciation from eminent scholars.

In one of the battles against the invading Russian forces, Bediuzzaman and ninety other officers were captured. He was sent to a prisoners' camp in Kostroma, Northwestern Russia, where he spent over two years and once appeared before a firing squad, as a result of his insulting the Russian general Nicola Nicolaevich, the Commander-in-Chief of the Caucasian front and the Czar's uncle. One day the general came to the camp for inspection and, as he passed by Bediuzzaman, he did not stand up before the general. When asked, Bediuzzaman explained the reason why he had not stood up in these words:

"I am a Muslim scholar and have belief in my heart. Whoever has belief in his heart is superior to the one who does not. I cannot act against my belief." He was court-martialed, sentenced to death, and, when the sentence was to be executed, he began his last duty, prayer, in front of the firing squad. The general witnessed the scene and came to Bediüzzaman, this time with an apology. He said that he had now realized that the act of Bediuzzaman was the result of his adherence to his faith; and that the sentence was withdrawn, and apologized to Bediuzzaman because he had bothered him. Sadly, this virtuousness of a Russian, the long-standing enemy of the Muslims, was never shown to him in his homeland by those who caused him a life full of torments of all kinds.


Amid the uproars caused by the communist revolution, Bediuzzaman found a way of escaping and, after a long iourney, came back to Istanbul in 1908 He was rewarded with a war medallion and Enver Paþa, Minister of Defense, offered him some positions in the government. He refused all these offers; however, upon the suggestion of the army and without his knowledge, he was appointed to Dar-al-Hikmat al-Islamiya, the religious academy of the time. He did not object to this appointment, as it was a pure scientific position.

When the country was invaded by imperialist forces after the defeat in World War I, Bediuzzaman challenged the invading British in Istanbul with bitter attacks that almost cost him his life. He addressed them in his articles in daily newspapers with phrases such as, "O dog doggified from the atmost degree of dogness!" and "Spit at the shameless face of the damned British" These attacks made him the target of the British, but, with the help of God Almighty, he escaped all the plans against him and ran toward the new services that were awaiting him. In 1922, upon the invitations of the government that recurred eighteen times, Bediuzzaman Said Nursi went to Ankara and was received at the Grand National Assembly with a ceremony. However, he could not find in Ankara what he had anticipated; rather he saw the most of the representatives negligent in their religious obligations. On January 19, 1923, he issued a declaration to the representatives. Upon this declaration fifty to sixty of them began prayer.

Bediuzzaman spent eight months in Ankara and then left for Van. For two years he lived there in seclusion and was occupied only with meditation and prayer. Meanwhile the unfortunate events known as "the Eastern rebellion" broke out. The rebels sought Bediuzzaman's help, as he had a strong influence over people, but Bediuzzaman refused their requests, saying, "Sword is to be used against the outside enemy; it is not to be used inside. Give up your attempt, for it is doomed to failure and may end up in the annihilation of thousands of innocent men and women because of a few criminals." But once again Bediuzzaman was charged falsely and sent into exile in Burdur, western Anatolia. There he was kept under strict surveillance and oppression, but this did not prevent him from teaching the truths of faith to the people around him and from collecting his writings secretly in a book. His activities were reported to Ankara , and then a plan was prepared to silence him. They sent him to Barla, an out-of-the-way place in central Anatolia surrounded by mountains, with the thought that Bediuzzaman would eventually die there from impotence and loneliness.


In reality, the dissemination of the truths of faith was nothing to be alarmed about, nor was it a crime that would be the cause of plots against a man's life. However, it was an unforgiveable crime under the circumstances of the time! For those were the days when despotism had fallen down over the nation with all its darkness and awesomeness; a ban had been put over adhan; hundreds of mosques were being used for nonreligious purposes; the plans to cut off all that connects the nation with its past and its moral values were in process; and the mere mention of religion was a matter of great courrage. The head of the press department of the government could order the editors of newspapers to cut within ten days all the serials that directly or indirectly. mentioned religion, as "it was considered harmful to lead to the emergence of the concept of religion in the minds of youths."

Such were the circumstances under which Bediuzzaman Said Nursi entered the second part of his life which he called the New Said and which was dedicated to the waiting and dissemination of the truths of faith. Taking as the aim the revival of faith, which is the first and most important truth of the cosmos, Bediuzzaman Said Nursi, "I will demonstrate to the world that the Qur'an is a spiritual sun that shall never set and shall never be extinguished." And indeed so he did. Bediuzzaman did not die in Barla, where he had been sent to die alone, but a new Said emerged there, and with it emerged a sun over the world of science and culture, .one that has since been illuminating millions. In Barla too, an awesome oppression and surveillance were waiting for Bediuzzaman. It appeared that his enemies had not yet come to know him, who, in the World War had been the fear of the Russians, in Istanbul had spat at the face of the British who were in his pursuit, and had several times returned from the gallows. Nevertheless, they later had enough time to know him and in the end found themselves having to say, "Despite all we have done in the past twenty-five years, we have not been able to prevent Said Nursi from his activities." During the eight years and a half that he spent under absolute oppression in Barla, Bediuzzaman wrote three quarters of the Risale-i Nur collection: The treatises were being multiplied by handwriting, as neither the author nor his students could afford the printing costs. Even if they had been able to, then again they did not have the freedom. Handwriting was also a dangerous task, for the scribes were being tortured in prisons and police stations, and every attempt was being made to prevent people from contact with Bediuzzaman.


Here it must be noted that at that time the writing or dissemination of even a single religious treatise was not anything that anybody dared try, let alone the firm, courageous and continuous struggle that Bediuzzaman Said Nursi and his students carried out. When these circumstances under which the Risale-i Nur was written and spread all over Anatolia are taken into consideration, one cannot find difficulty in realizing how right was Maryam Jameelah, the well-known American Muslim writer, when she said, "It is no exaggeration to claim that whatever Islamic fait h remains in Turkey is due to the tireless efforts of Bediuzzaman Nursi." Indeed, those instructed by the Risale-i Nur in lessons of the faith of realization strengthened, in so doing, their beliefs and attained an impregnable Islamic courage and heroism. With Bediuzzaman, who represented in his person the spiritual personality of the Risale-i Nur, as their leader, those hundreds of thousands-now millions-of students of Nur set a pattern for other Muslims and constituted a support for them in those perilous days like brave commanders encouraging an army with their states. The strength of their beliefs and their continuous struggle against irreligion had wide effects on people, and they thus removed the fears and misgivings from the hearts, rallied the morale of the nation, brought about hope and relief and delivered the Muslims from desperation.

Bediuzzaman was arrested in 1930 with 125 students of his and tried at the Eskiþehir Criminal Court. In Eskiþehir prison where they spent eleven months during the trial, they had to put up with unbearable torments. They were released the next spring but not Ieft in peace. This time, ,again escorted by gendarmes, Bediuzzaman was sent into exile in another city , Kastamonu. There he spent the first three months at a police station, then was transferred to a house opposite to the police station.

Bediuzzaman lived in Kastamonu for seven years and countinued to write and disseminate the Risale-i Nur. Because he and his students were deprived of almost all kinds of freedom, they therefore formed their own postal organization called the "Nur postmen." Through the "Nur postmen," 600,000 copies of treatises were multiplied by handwriting. In 1943, he was arrested again and tried at the Denizli Criminal Court together with 126 students of his. The main reason for this was that Bediuzzaman had recently had a treatise concerning the existence of God printed secretly in Istanbul. In prison too he did not shrink from continuing his service, just as he never did when he was in exile. He was now reforming the criminals who were considered lost for society. He was also writing new treatises. Paper and pen were not allowed into the prison, so the treatises were written on small pieces of paper torn from paperbags and smuggled out in matchboxes: This way Fruits from the Tree of Light came out. The trial ended in a unanimous acaquittal. But that did not mean that Bediuzzaman would be given back his freedom-upon an order from Ankara, he was sent to another town, Emirdað.


For him Emirdað was just the same as it had been elsewhere again pursuits, pressures and plots, and despite these, a continuous, tireless service of faith... This period, in the usual fashion, ended in arrest. Together with fifty-three students, Bediuzzaman was sent to Afyon Criminal Court and spent twenty months in Afyon prison. The cruelties they encountered there were even worse than all those before. Bediuzzaman was then seventy-five years old and suffering from various illnesses. Yet he was isolated in a cell with broken windows where he spent two severe winters. And, as if it were not enough to leave him to die alone, he was poisoned too. When he was suffering from the effect of the poison, the students of his who dared to approach him in order to help him were ruthlessly bastinadoed. The sentences given were annulled by the Supreme Court; the court, however, took its time in deciding whether to withdraw the sentence or not. After Bediuzzaman and his students had spent in prison the terms specified in the annulled conviction, the court finally made up its mind and decided that they should be released. And eight years later came the final decision in 1956, the court announced that those who had under unbearable conditions spent almost two years in prison had now been found innocent!

When the first free and fair elections were held in Turkey in 1950 and the multiparty system was established, the despotism of the Republican People's Party which was known, and still is, for its hostile attitude toward religion-ended, and thereby freedoms began to be recognized. Thus a new era opened in the history of the Turkish Republic in the very first session of the new parliament, the ban over adhan was lifted. During the years that followed, Bediuzzaman had only one trial-the only one in which he was not arrested in Istanbul and was acquitted with a unanimous decision.


And, after completing a lifetime of almost a century, with every minute spent in the service of faith, Bediuzzaman Said Nursi departed from this world on the morning of March 23, 1960, with complete honor, dignity and victory, leaving behind him a work that would illuminate this and the forthcoming centuries and a love that would be handed over from generation to generation until eternity.
Rehlah Tabadul Thaqafi II Ke Turki
pertemuan bersama Ustaz Omar Jusupbekov

22 Jun-Ketua Badan Sambutan Dan Rehlah PMRAM 2009, saudara Muhammad Labib bin Abd Jalil, telah menemui Pengurus Besar Markaz Nil, Ustaz Umar Jusupbekov tengahari tadi bagi menyerahkan pembayaran untuk peserta-peserta Rehlah Tabadul Thaqafi II Ke Turki. Pembayaran tersebut dilakukan di pejabat Ustaz Umar Jusupbekov yang berada di Markaz Nil Hayyu 7, juga diiringi oleh Ketua Badan Penerangan Dan Penerbitan PMRAM 2009, saudara Ahmad Taufiq bin Mohd Dahlan.
Pembayaran sebanyak LE 14000 dan USD 2000 telah diserahkan kepada Ustaz Umar dan seramai 9 orang akan menyertai dalam rehlah kali ini. Program selama seminggu ini, dijadualkan akan bertolak dari Kaherah ke Turki pada 27 Jun 2009, jam 1.40 tengahari dan akan kembali semula di Kaherah pada 4 Julai 2009, jam 11.10 malam.

Ustaz Umar juga menyatakan kepada saudara Muhammad Labib untuk berjumpa dengan seluruh ahli rombongan sebelum mereka bertolak ke Turki pada 25 Jun 2009, jam 2 petang di pejabat beliau di Markaz Nil. Pada perjumpaan tersebut, para peserta rombongan akan diberikan taklimat ringkas serta sesi taaruf ringkas, jelas beliau.

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kali terakhir bergambar 11/11/2008

selamat hari ayah.. walaupun ana tak pasti bila hari bapa, mungkin dah lepas mungkin belum, tapi ucap je la.. yang penting bila habis exam ana "kangan bangat" iaitu rindu sangat pada abah.. khas buat abah yang disayangi, moga abah berada dalam keadaan sihat sentiasa.. nampak wajah semakin tua, tp jiwa tetap muda.. teringat pesan abah, "ngaji tenanan" maksudnya berlajar betul2. terakhir ana jumpa abah mase balik Malaysia tahun lepas, moga2 kita jumpa lagi.. teringat last week abah suruh balik.. ada gaya macam sruh balik kawin tu... ops silap rupanya abah suruh jadi imam. tapi kalau abah suruh kawin pun takde masalah..hehehe..

mesra menyambut cucu..

Aku Terima Nikahnya

Seperti biasa pada musim cuti persekolahan dan semester, ramailah pasangan yang disatukan di atas nama pernikahan. Di mana-mana saja kita berada ramai yang berbicara tentang pernikahan. Baik dalam khutbah jumaat, kuliah-kuliah agama, usrah, di kedai kopi dan sebagainya.

“Tahniah! Alhamdulillah… Semoga perkahwinan kalian kekal selamanya dan sentiasa di bawah lembayung rahmat Ilahi.”“Barakallahu fi kuma, wa akhraja min kuma hasanan toyyiban” Kpd yg bakal, terus mantapkn ilmu dan iman...

“Anta bila lagi?” “Sheikh,bila ana nak gi walimah anta?” “Ustaz bila nak kawin?”
Hmm.. Barangkali inilah soalan famous yang diterima oleh orang-orang dalam lingkungan umur yg sekarang ni. Bile nak nikah, sudah berpunye ke tidak dan sebagainya. Ia memang tak dapat dielakkan. Banyak benor orang bertanya.

Memang dah menjadi fitrah manusia untuk berpasangan malah Islam menjadikannya lebih bermakna apabila menganggap pernikahan adalah satu ibadah dan apabila orang itu bernikah, dia dianggap telah menyempurnakan separuh daripada penghayatan agamanya. Jauh sekali apa yang dianggap dalam agama-agama lain. Ini dapat dilihat daripada kisah di mana seorang sahabat berasa pelik apabila Rasulullah memberitahu bahawa apabila seseorang itu mendatangai isterinya (bersetubuh), maka dia telah menunaikan ibadah dan mendapat pahala. Sahabat itu hairan kerana pada pandangannya bersetubuh adalah perkara keji yang tidak termasuk dalam perkara ibadah dan agama, apatah lagi mendapat pahala. Rasulullah bersabda yang bermaksud: “Tidakkah kamu tahu bahawa jika sesorang yang tidak bernikah mendatangi seorang wanita maka dia akan mendapat dosa? Maka sesiapa yang mendatangi perempuan sesudah bernikah sudah tentu mendapat pahala”. Ini menunjukkan bahawa pernikahan adalah sesuatu perkara yang mulia dan mendapat tempat yang tinggi di sisi syariat Islam.

Namun begitu, ada jugak pihak memandang negatif nikah awal. Alasan mereka susah, anak-anak tak matang, nak makan apa nanti, kerja dulu lah lagi baik dan sebagainya. Namun,melihat kepada realiti sekarang, sememangnya masyarakat memerlukan kepada ‘pil pencegah’ dalam menanangani masalah sosial. Pernikahan adalah salah satu daripadanya. Kadang-kadang pelik kepada sebahagian ibu bapa yang tidak membenarkan anak-anak mereka nikah awal, tetapi membenarkan anak-anak mereka ‘berkawan’ dan bercinta dengan pasangan masing-masing. Mana taknya, benda yang halal disekat-sekat, benda haram tak pulak disekat. Kita boleh tengok fenomena ni dalam masyarakat kita, dan mungkin juga berlaku dalam family kita sendiri. Kalau boyfriend nak ‘kelek’ anak kita keluar, boleh saja. Nak gi tengok wayang? boleh saja. Nak berbonceng motor? boleh saja. Nak keluar makan? Boleh saja… Nak nikah? Eh, nanti dulu la. Ni bukan perkara main-main. Korang berkawan dulu la yer.. Boleh pulak kita halang anak kita nikah, kenapa tak halang mereka ‘bercinta’? Kenapa kita halang perkara halal dan benarkan perkara haram? Walaubagaimanapun, tidak dinafikan keperluan pendidikan sebelum berumahtangga untuk menjadi suami dan isteri yang soleh. Sememangnya setiap perkara yang kita lakukan mempunyai sebab dan tujuan. Begitu juga dengan nikah.


1. Pernikahan menyelamatkan masyarakat daripada penyakit sosial dan akhlak. Ini adalah kerana kecenderungan kepada jantina yang berlawanan hanya dapat dikenyangkan dengan pernikahan yang syari’e dan perhubungan yang halal. Ini dapat dilihat apabila Rasulullah menyeru kepada pemuda dengan sabdanya : Wahai pemuda, sekiranya kamu mampu untuk bernikah, maka bernikah lah kerana ia mampu menjaga pandangan dan memelihara kemaluan”
2. Perkahwinan memberi pertanggungjawaban kepada lelaki dan perempuan untuk membina generasi baru yang bertaqwa. Ia tidak dapat dilakukan sekiranya pasangan itu hanya bertaraf kekasih. Lihatlah realiti sekarang, berapa ramai perempuan ditipu oleh lelaki setelah segala kehormatannya telah dirobek. Akhirnya perempuanlah yang membesarkan anak dan lelaki hanya berlepas tangan. Berlainan dengan perkahwinan yang meletakkan suami dan isteri untuk memainkan peranan-peranan masing-masing dalam membentuk dan mendidik anak-anak.
3. Pernikahan akan menjadikan setiap orang mempunyai pusat kasih sayang dan kecintaan iaitu pasangannya. Ini dinyatakan oleh Allah s.w.t dalam surah ar-Rum ayat 21

Firman Allah SWT yang bermaksud:

"Kaum lelaki (suami) adalah pemimpin bagi kaum wanita (isteri) oleh kerana Allah telah melebihkan sebahagian mereka atau atas sebahagian yang lain dan disebabkan kerana para suami telah menafkahkan sebahagian dari harta mereka. Sebab itu isteri yang soleh ialah yang taat kepada Allah, lagi memelihara diri ketika suaminya tidak di tempat (sebagai rasa syukur) kerana Allah telah memelihara mereka..."


“Ya Allah Ya Tuhan kami, kurniakanlah kepada kami, isteri-isteri dan zuriat-zuriat yang menjadi penyejuk mata (yang soleh) dan jadikanlah kami pemimpin bagi orang-orang yang bertaqwa.”

Hidup ini terlalu singkat untuk membenci

Ah, terlalu sukar untuk memberi maaf. Bahkan lebih sukar daripada meminta maaf. Masih terasa tusukan rasa bagaikan sebuah dendam yang membara. Masih terngiang-ngiang segala kata. Masih terbayang semua tingkah dan perlakuan. Wajah 'orang-orang bersalah' itu terasa begitu menjengkelkan. Memberi maaf kepada mereka seolah-olah menggadaikan harga diri. Ah, apakah maruah ini terlalu murah untuk di sorong tarik dengan harga yang rendah? Dan cukup sakit, apabila mengenangkan 'musuh-musuh' itu tersenyum dengan kemenangan.

Namun, itu hanya bisik 'hati besarku'. Yang melantunkan suara ego dan marah. Kesat dan kesumat. Tetapi jauh dari dalam diri...ada suara lain yang bergetar. 'Hati kecil' yang tidak jemu-jemu mengingatkan. Suara tulus yang mendamaikan gelombang jiwa. Bisik telus yang meredakan amukan rasa.Maafkan, lupakan...cintai, sayangi...Berperang dengan mereka bererti berperang dengan diri sendiri. Begitu bisik hati kecil itu selalu.

Pada sebuah persimpangan rasa, tiba-tiba hati disapa oleh sebuah firman:
"Tolaklah kejahatan dengan sebuah kebaikan.Nescaya engkau
akan mendapati musuhmu akan menjadi seolah-olah saudara"

Wahai diri,api jangan dilawan dengan api. Nanti bakarannya akan membakar diri sendiri. Menyimpan dendam sama seperti membina sebuah gunung berapi di dalam hati. Semakin besar dendam itu, maka semakin sakit hati yang menanggungnya. Musuh-musuh mu terus ketawa, sedangkan kau sendiri menderita meneguk bisa.

Musim-musim terus berlalu sewajarnya mendewasakan aku. Pengalaman lampau sentiasa membuktikan bahawa permusuhan hanya akan memberi kepuasan sementara. Apabila 'fatamorgana' itu berlalu. Aku akan menjadi lebih dahaga daripada sebelumnya. Apakah akan ku terjah perangkap itu berkali-kali? Oh,tidak. Mukmin tidak akan terperosok dalam lubang yang sama dua kali. Begitu maksud sebuah sabda. Justeru? Cukup sekali!

Biarlah musuh itu ketawa sepuas-puasnya. Beban rasa ini biarlah aku letakkan. Tidak akan ku bawa dalam safar kehidupan yang pendek ini. Hidup terlalu singkat untuk membenci. Bermusuh dengan orang lain, sama seperti bermusuh dengan diri sendiri. Memaafkan orang lain,sama seperti memaafkan diri sendiri. Kata bijak pandai:
"Apa yang kita berikan akan kita terima kembali"

Ah, betapa leganya sekarang...Benarlah bahawa kebaikan itu tampak sukar untuk dilaksanakan. Pahit. Sakit. Tetapi apabila dilaksanakan akan terasa kemanisannya. Manakala kejahatan itu tampak mudah, indah dan manis. Namun apabila dilakukan, pasti ada kekesalan, kepahitan dan keresahan. Ketika ini terasa benar apa yang selalu didengar di dalam tazkirah - yang punya tabsyir dan inzar - bahawa dosa itu sesuatu yang meresahkan. Dendam itu dosa. Memaafkan itu pahala. Memaafkan menjemput datangnya 'syurga' yang fana, sebelum syurga yang baqa'.

Kini hatiku tertanya-tanya lagi...siapa aku, yang begitu sukar memaafkan? Tuan? Tuhan. Aku hanya hamba. Sedangkan DIA Sang Pencipta itu Maha Pemaaf, Maha Pengampun, siapa aku yang kerdil ini untuk terus berdendam? Ya ALLAH, ampunkan aku. Sengaja atau tanpa sengaja, sering atau kekadang...aku 'terlanjur' menumpang hak-MU..
every little thing u do, i just can let it be
Sorry is such easy word to say but it's not an easy word to accept it, but when we've mistake, it's only the best word to say..I don’t think there’s anything I can say here that I haven’t said to u already. But I’d like to say it again in a more articulate manner with the hope that I might reiterate how truly sorry I am...
I cannot retract what I said. I can only offer infinite apologies....i've my own reason for that...u know that already...i will never let u fall..i'll be there for u through it all..even if saving u send me through heaven..Do the best for the last paper...May Allah blessing u..

“ Orang yang menyembunyikan perasaan rindu sebegini kepada seseorang yang dirinduinya maka jika dia mati dalam keadaan tersebut akan mendapat ganjaran seumpama golongan Syahid akhirat”.

~ Nur ILahi ~
Baca dan renungkan
Kain kapan terbentang

Al-kisah ada seorang businessman yang kaya raya

bernama Haji Dol. Apa saja nama bisnes atas muka

bumi ini, dia ada.

Sayang, kekayaan Hj.Dol adalah sebahagian besar

hasil penipuan dan putar alamnya dalam bisnes.

Sahamnya berpuluh juta, hasil penipuan. Tanah beribu

hektar, pun hasil tipu. Wang beratus juta juga, tipu

punya hasil. Puas isterinya memberikan kaunseling agar

Hj.Dol berhenti menipu, namun tak dihiraukannya.

Kerana makan terlalu banyak dan mewah, dinner

tiap-tiap malam (orang belanja of course), exercise

tarak, satu hari Hj.Dol disahkan oleh doktor

mengidapi penyakit barah dan disahkan akan padam

Dalam masa sebulan. Maka teramatlah hiba hati Hj.Dol

nak meninggalkan dunia ini, tambah pula mengenangkan

segala aktivitinya selama ini.

Maka dipanggillah anak isterinya untuk berwasiat.

kain yang dah buruk, koyak pun tak apa, buat kain

kapan aku. Aku dah banyak merasa kemewahan didunia

ini. Biarlah kain buruk yang ku bawa ke akhirat,"

jelas Hj.Dol dengan genangan air mata "Kenapa begitu

bang?" tanya isterinya. "Saja aku nak merasa pakai

kain buruk pula," jawabnya lagi.

Isterinya terdiam, tapi hatinya berbisik, "Syukurlah,

walau dah agak terlambat, ada juga kesedaran dan

keinsafan dihati suamiku."

Maka tempoh sebulan cuma tinggal 24 jam lagi. Dengan

wajah sugul, Hj.Dol berbaring dikamarnya. Kain putih

yang dah lusuh dan terkoyak sana sini telah siap

disediakan. Untuk terakhir kali, si isteri menghampiri


"Bang", bisiknya perlahan. "Buat kali terakhir sebelum

abang meninggalkan kami, berilah tahu kenapa abang

nak dikapankan dengan kain yang dah buruk. Sedih saya

melihat keadaan kain itu bang. Apakah abang telah insaf

dan bertaubat dengan perbuatan abang selama ini?"

Hj.Dol merenung isterinya lama-lama dan bersuara,

"Baiklah, mari rapat kepadaku" Isteri Hj.Dol terus

menghampiri suaminya. Dengan nada yang sedih

Hj.Dol bersuara, "Yang, you pun tahu, terlalu banyak

dosa yang I lakukan selama ini. Berapa ramai orang

yang dah I kelentong. Jadi cukuplah kemewahan yang I

rasakan. Biarlah I dikebumikan dengan kain buruk saja."

Isterinya masih ragu-ragu."Apakah abang fikir dosa-dosa

abang boleh diampunkan dengan berkain kapan yang

buruk begitu?" tanyanya lagi.

"Bukan begitu Yang. Kalaulah abang pakai kain kapan

yang buruk, nanti Malaikat Mungkar dan Nakir fikir

abang dah lama mati. Mereka juga akan fikir abang dah

kena soal. Taklah nanti mereka soal abang lagi. Jadi

selamatlah abang...."

"Astaghfirullah hal 'aziiiiiiiiiim" isteri Hj.Dol terus

terlentang kerana terkejut beghok dengan

penjelasan suaminya.

P/S: Mati pun nak kelentong. Ambik le iktibar....

Takde kene mengena samada yang atau yang dah mati..

Sekadar renungan bersama..

Beza PAS dengan UMNO

Selesai sudah muktamar bagi Dewan Pemuda, Muslimat dan Ulamak PAS. Banyak isu yang dibincangkan, lebih-lebih lagi isu kepimpinan, peneraju ulamak dalam kepimpinan tertinggi PAS khususnya Presiden, Tim Presiden dan salah seorang Naib Presiden. Kupasan dari Dewan Ulamak memang cukup menarik, banyak perbahasan ilmiah dibincangkan, motivasi kepimpinan khususnya ulamak-ulamak dalam PAS, seperti ucapan mantan Ketua Dewan Ulamak yang lepas pada sesi penggulungan Muktamar Tahunan Dewan Ulamak PAS pusat kali ke-48, beliau menyeru agar "Ulama memiliki jati diri dengan kelengkapan yang mantap seperti ilmu menerusi tarbiyah dan kemahiran untuk menerajui kepimpinan dan perubahan dalam parti dan negara".

Begitu juga perbahasan didalam Muktamar Dewan Muslimat yang mana banyak perbahasan yang menyuntik semangat dalam berjemaah seperti ucapan perwakilan dari Terengganu berkata, "Untuk menyemarakkan perjuangan, muslimat perlu bekerja dan sebagai pimpinan dan aktivis, muslimat perlu mengubah diri sendiri dahulu bersungguh-sungguh, memantapkan akidah, akhlak dan ibadah bagi mengubah minda Malaysia sekarang".

Tidak ketinggalan juga suntikan semangat dari Muktamar Dewan Pemuda kali ke 50 seperti ucapan terakhir dari mantan Ketua Dewan Pemuda PAS Saudara Salahudin Ayub "Ada ramai sahabat yang mungkin memuji kita siang dan malam, tapi tidak ramai sahabat yang berani mengkritik kita. Bersabarlah kita dalam menerima teguran dan jangan malu untuk menambah ilmu yang kita ada"

Kalau kita bandingkan dengan Perhimpunan Agung Umno 2009, adakah mereka membincangkan kepimpinan ulamak? adakah mereka membincangkan persoalan jihad untuk Islam? adakah mereka membincangkan soal akhlak, akidah serta ibadah? semua ini amat jauh sekali untuk diperbincangkan, yang banyak diperbincang soal ketuanan melayu. Bahkan dalam perhimpunan tersebut berlakunya rasuah, penyelewengan serta perebutan kuasa. Bahkan ada perwakilan yang memburuk-burukkan pelajar Al Azhar khususnya yang menjadi kepimpinan PMRAM serta ahli PMRAM sehingga mencadangkan agar biasiswa Pelajar tersebut ditarik semula, ini merupakan suatu cadangan yang agak lucu kerana kerajaan tidak memberikan biasiswa kepada mahasiswa/wi yang mengambil pengajian Islam di Uni Al Azhar.

Beza Pemuda PAS dan Pemuda UMNO, jom saksikan video dibawah, kemudian fikir-fikirkan..

Jadilah seorang yang berprinsip

Salam sejahtera...

Dalam coretan kali ini, saya ingin menceritakan kisah seorang pejuang agama Allah SWT yang mempunyai keteguhan prinsip untuk menegakkan kalimah Allah. semoga dengan cerita ini kita dapat mengambil tauladan serta pengajaran supaya kita menjadi insan yang teguh dengan prinsip yang suci.

Siapa yang tak kenal Bilal bin Rabah, walaupun beliau seorang hamba tapi berliau juga seorang pejuang. Bilal seorang budak belian berkulit hitam asal Habasyah (sekarang Ethiophia) yang kemudiannya Allah SWT mengangkat darjatnya kerana keIslamannya. Kemuliaan Bilal bin Rabah dapat kita lihat dalam satu kisah ketika Rasulullah SAW meminta Bilal menemuinya, lalu Rasulullah SAW berkata; “sesungguhnya aku telah mendengar suara terompah Bilal di syurga” sedangkan pada waktu itu Bilal masih hidup. Hal ini adalah disebabkan amalannya yang sentiasa berapda dalam keadaan bersuci dan berwhuduk. Kerana setiap kali Bilal berhadas Bilal akan terus berwhuduk dan solat sunat.

Dalam menjalani kehidupan awal keIslamannya tidaklah mudah bagi Bilal kerana beliau telah diseksa dan dizalimi olej majikannya yang sentiasa memaksanya untuk kembali kepada agama asal Bilal iaitu sebagai penyembah berhala. Majikannya itu ialah Umayyah, beliau memaksa Bilal keluar dari Islam dengan segala cara. Pada siang yang terik, Bilal dipaksa memakai baju besi kemudian ditanam dalam pasir sehingga paras lehrnya yang mana pasir tersebut sangat panas.

Bilal juga sering dipaksa Umayyah untuk berbaring telentang di atas pasir yang sangat panas. Kemudian tubuh Bilal ditindih dengan batu yang sangat besar dan berat. Bilal juga diikat lehernya dan diheret ke kota Mekkah. Namun Bilal tetap bertahan dengan berkata "Ahad, Ahad."

Suatu hari Saidina Abu Bakar RA melalui tempat di mana bilal sedang menjalani penyiksaan, lalu Abu bakar meminta kepada Umayah untuk menjual Bilal kepadanya. Akhirnya Bilal pun di beli oleh Abu Bakar dengan harga yang tinggi kerana Umayah merasa rugi untuk menjual Bilal kepada Abu bakar. Segera setelah di beli Abu Bakar Bilal pun di bebaskan.

Satu pengajaran dan teladan untuk kita meniru dari kisah seorang pejuang yang bernama Bilal. Dimana keteguhannya untuk mempertahankan agama Allah serta mempertahan prinsipnya untuk menegakkan kalimat Allah SWT. Ingatlah, jangan kita abaikan prinsip kita dan mengabaikan Syariat Allah SWT kerana disebabkan ujian yang sedikit didunia ini. Janganlah meninggalkan kalimat Allah SWT atau meninggalkan Syariat Allah SWT untuk mendapatkan sesuatu yang dianggap yang boleh menguntungkan kita yang bersifat sementara.

Selamat bermuktamar

Dah 3 tahun ikuti muktamar PAS secara online... al maklumlah duk Mesir.. walaupun duk Mesir saya pun sentiasa mengikuti muktamar.. tapi muktamar PMRAM la.. kedua2nya tetap seronok.. berbanding dgn perhimpunan Agung **** yang terlalu banyak rasuah, semata2 tergilakan jawatan.. Muktamar PAS tahun ni pula cukup menyeronokkan dengan ada pemilihan pimpinan baru... semoga para perwakilan dapat mengundi dan memilih pemimpin yang terbaik walaupun kesemua calon adalah yang terbaik...
walaupun tak dapat hadirkan diri dalam muktamar tahun ini.. saya nak ucapkan SELAMAT BERMUKTAMAR kepada semua para pejuang Islam samada yang menjadi perwakilan mahupun pemerhati... Takbir...

jom saksikan ucapan Timb Presiden pada Muktamar kali ke 53

sila layari :

Di manakah kandang babi ini?
Time boring study, so aku pun lawat la youtube..skali terjumpa ini daa..hehehe
Arab pun bela babi rupanya...