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Thursday, September 12, 2013

SEMALAM, HARI INI DAN ESOK

Semalam,

Belajarlah dari semalam, kerana ia suatu pengalaman berharga, supaya kau akan kenal siapa yg pernah kau gauli dan membuat keputusan siapa yang engkau ketegorikan Sahabat, Kawan dan Kenalan.

Hari Ini,

Adalah satu yang realiti yg akan kita hadapi, pandukan semalam, insyallah jalanmu akan baik.

Esok,

Satu harapan besar, entah apa akan jadi esok..semoga setiap yang diminta itu dicapai dan semoga esok aku akan menjadi lebih baik dari hari ini dan semalam.




Friday, February 24, 2012

KISAH NABI MUSA AS

Pada suatu hari semasa Nabi Musa memberi ceramah pagi beliau, Baginda menyatakan kepada mereka bahawasanya setiap butir gandum yang ada di dunia ini telah tertulis nama pemunyanya (Rezeki siapa).

Lalu ada seorang kafir yang duduk berdekatan dengan tempat itu mendengarnya, Lalu pada petang itu beliau datang berjumpa Baginda AS dengan membawa 4 butir biji Jagung. Dengan tujuan hendak menidakkan ceramah Nabi AS pada pagi tadi.

Beliau bertanya milik siapakah biji gandum ini?..lalu Nabi AS pun mengambil biji Jagung itu lalu menyatakan 3 dari pada bijian itu milik kafir itu dan satu diantaranya milik seekor ayam jantan yang ada 7 batu dari tempat ini.

Lalu si kafir itu pun ketawa, lalu dia makan semua biji jagung itu dan mengatakan Nabi AS salah. dan pergi dari situ.

Selepas itu, Si Kafir itu berasa kurang sihat kerana ada sebutir jagung terlekat di saluran pernafasan beliau dan jatuh sakit.

Datang teman2 beliau untuk meziarahi beliau dan bertanya kenapa?, beliau mengatakan setelah beliau mempersendakan Nabi Musa beliau jauh sakit, dan diberitahu kepada beliau oleh temannya terdapat seorang tabib yg tinggal 7 Batu dari tempat itu dan pergilah engkau untuk menemuinya . Mungkin beliau boleh membantu anda.

Si Kafir itu pun pergilah ke rumah tabib itu dan terpaksa beratur untuk menungu giliran. sambil menungu giliran beliau pun bersin dan keluarlah biji jagung yang tersangkut itu dari hidung beliau.

Lalu datang seekor ayam jantan memakan biji jagung itu..Subhanallah.

Dan baiklah sakit si kafir itu, dan terus beliau pergi berjumpa Nabi AS dan terus beriman dengan Allah..

Moral: Dont worry what ever is yours is destine to be yours, so give others right accordingly than Allah will give your rights accordingly.

SUMBER: HABIB SOLEH AL JOFRI AL MALIKI-SOLO INDONESIA

Monday, October 17, 2011

DARI KAMUNTING KE DUNIA

Kamunting itu lahir dari usaha Perlombongan Bijih Timah. Ingat aku pada masa dahulu bilamana, perumahan kuates perlombongan kami di pagari lebih 12 kaki pagar, kononnya untuk menghalang komunis datang mengangu pekerja2 lombong yang terdiri daripada pelbagai bangsa.

Ketika itu hidup rukun damai, bersama-sama bergaul mesra Melayu, China dan India. Kenal mengenali, hormat menghormati.Aku rasa perhubungan akrab ini lahir akibat semua mereka datang dari pelbagai tempat di tanah melayu dan ditempatkan disini. Kami amat faham perhubungan bangsa Malaysia itu sendiri. Tidak kekok bersama dan mengenali sesama kami.

Ketika itu aku masih kecil, banyak perkara yang berlaku hanya dicebisan ingatanku, aku bukan pemain utama hanya pengikut arus tanpa memahami erti segala. Tetapi aku ingat saat-saat manis tingal disana. Kini perumahan Lombong itu tinggal sejarah, walau keluarga aku adalah dikira majoriti dikawasan itu, lebih 15 keluarga yang tingal disitu mempunyai talian kekeluargaan terus atau tiduk terus dengan ku. Kesemua mereka sudah berpindah keluar keserata negara dan hubungan lampau hanya tinggal nostalgia yang sesekali diungkit dalam tangisan dan berita kepergian kawan-kawan yang mungkin diberitahu setelah lama berlaku.

Keluarga ku berpindah ke Kampung Jana, suatu kawasan yang agak asing bagiku, rumah itu peningalan Nendaku kepada ibuku. Tetapi dengan pantas aku dapat menyesuaikan diri dengan kawasan disitu. dimudahkan dengan jiran-jiran baru juga sekelas dengan ku. dan aku yakin pengalaman hidup di kasan kuartes perlombongan mengajar aku untuk mudah menyesuaikan diri walau dimana aku berada. Ia terbukti disepanjang pengalaman hidupku.

Kampung ku Kampung tersusun yang kesemuanya keluarga Melayu dan kawasan terbesar di Kawasan Adun Kamunting, Boleh dikatakan semua Adun yg lahir dari Kamunting berasal dari Kampung Jana, dan kalau jumpa orang di Kuala Lumpur yang berasal dari Kamunting, lebih separuh kemungkinan ia berasal dari Kampung Jana.

Asas ekonomi kamunting juga berubah, daripada perlombongan kini Kamunting bertukar jadi kawasan industri pengilangan. Banyak produk Fabrik dunia dikeluarkan di Kamunting. Aku masih ingat setiap hari ketika jam 7pagi, 3petang dan 11 Malam banyak manusia akan menyusuri jalan di hadapan rumahku untuk pulang dan pergi bekerja. Ekonomi kamunting amat mampan tetapi tidak mempunyai potensi masa hadapan.

Umpama itik pulang petang banyak kilang-kilang fabrik terpaksa ditutup, industry kecil yang lain juga mendapat tempiasnya. Walaupun masih ada industri kecil yang masih beroperasi, ianya belum cukup untuk melonjakkan ekonomi Kamunting.Masih banyak kilang lama yang masih belum beroperasi dan masih banyak kawasan baru yang belum diteroka.

Faktor ini juga menyebabkan ekonomi Kamunting tidak boleh dikawal, kalau dilihat pelbagai indusri kecil tumbuh bak cendawan tanpa mempunyai daya saing yang mampan. Walau bagaimanapun kelangsungan hidup warga Kamunting dengan adaptasi industri ini sudah bagai hubungan simbiotik yang saling memerlukan. Kilang tutup dan buka itu sudah lumrah di kamunting. Penduduknya juga sudah biasa hidup dalam suasana begini.

Anak-anak yang dihasilkan dari kamunting juga tak kurang hebatnya di mata dunia, ramai keluaran Sekolah King Edward V11, St George, Hua Lian, MRSM, MCKK, STAR, All Saint, Long Jaafar, Sekolah Menegah Kamunting dan banyak lagi Universiti hebat dan sekolah hebat di dunia. Beberapa minggu sudah, aku ke Qatar untuk urusan melawat pejabat kami di Qatar. Aku bertembung dengan seorang budak Kampung Jana yang tinggal berhadapan dengan rumah kami di Kampung Jana. Saudara Roslan kini bekerja dengan sebuah syarikat dari New Zealand yang juga berada di Qatar.

Aku terpangil untuk menulis betapa jauhnya aku megembara untuk berjumpa dengan keluaran Kampung Jana di sana. Dari Kamunting ke Dunia mereka megembara. Aku bangga juga jadi produk Kampung Jana. Sebuah Kampung yang besar yang juga menjadi Kubu kuat parti pemerintah yang masih UTUH di Taiping. Tidak lapuk ditelan zaman.

Kini ada nama baru yang bersinar di Kamunting. Taman Bukit Jana, Tempat yang menjadi tempat beriadah aku dan kawan-kawanku kini mempunyai kepadatan penduduk yang lebih dari Kampung ku. Taman Ini sekarang Mewarnai kamunting dan kepesatan Kamunting telah beralih arah ke Taman Bukit Jana.

Apa sesudah sekarang untuk Kamunting?, suatu tempat yang terkenal dengan tahanan ISA nya, hampir semua tokoh popular politik pembangkang pernah menjejakkan kaki ke Pusat ini. Tetapi Kamunting perlukan pemangkin baru. Taman Sains untuk R&D, Kampus Induk University Tersohor, Teknologi Tinggi dalam Solar, Tenaga Guna Semula dan lain-lain lagi. Hanya peluang berpendapatan tinggi dapat membawa pulang anak-anak Kamunting ke Kamunting. Dan hanya pelajaran tinggi sahaja mampu membawa perubahan kepada sosio ekonomi Taiping dan Kamunting yang masih dikuasai bukan Melayu.

Dengan kata lain, Kamunting memerlukan Permodenan sekala besar bagi melonjak ekonomi melayu.Pusat-pusat membeli belah juga tidak dikuasi oleh org melayu. Hanya dengan membawa pulang warga kamunting dapat melonjak ekonomi melayu kerana, hanya "Jauhari Mengenal Manikan", hanya warga Kamunting yang akan kekal dihati mahu kembali dalam perjuangan berterusan membawa KAMUNTING KE DUNIA.

Nukilan: AMIR DUNIA

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Tony Fernandes close to buying QPR (A Malaysian ICON)

KUALA LUMPUR: AirAsia group chief executive officer Tan Sri Tony Fernandes is close to buying a 51% controlling stake in English Premier League football club Queens Park Rangers (QPR), according to several reports Wednesday.
He is reported to be on the verge of buying Formula 1 chief Bernie Ecclestone's controlling stake in QPR for about US$196mil (RM583mil). The deal is likely to be announced soon, the Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday.
Ecclestone reportedly owns 66% of the club, with Indian steel billionaire Lakshmi Mittal, the other major shareholder, owning 33%. Former Renault Formula 1 team boss Flavio Briatore owns 1%.
QPR has been majority-owned by Ecclestone for the last five years and he has wanted to sell for some time.
Fernandes, who also owns the Team Lotus Formula 1 outfit, added fuel to the takeover speculation on Saturday when he watched the team's 4-0 defeat to Bolton from the directors' box at Loftus Road.
If the deal goes through, Fernandes would be the latest in a string of Asian businessmen to invest in English soccer clubs. Previously, exiled Thai leader Thaksin Shinawatra bought Manchester City and Hong Kong's Carson Yeung bought Birmingham City.
Citing people with knowledge of the transaction, another daily, the Financial Times, also reported that Fernandes was poised to take majority control of QPR as early as Monday, but cautioned the deal had not been sealed and could be delayed or even collapse as the parties sought to reach an agreement on the final details.
Fernandes, a West Ham fan, has several times tried and failed to buy West Ham United, the biggest soccer club in east London. - Bernama

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

UMNO | A MODERATE PARTY

I always impressed how UMNO, position it's self as one of the most successful moderate party that helm Malaysia for a decade.

Amazingly. UMNO did not practice double standard such as folowings:

  1. People that is working for the government as well a strong supporter to Opposition is allowed still to be in office and continue to serve. They even openly paste opposition Brand logo in front of their offices.
  2. Being in UMNO does not secure you Jobs, i knew one Divisional UMNO Youth committee members, which also a friend of mine, return to working in factory to survive. That show UMNO did not secure Jobs even to their strong supporter. But serving the party is their utmost importance. Well i also seen similar people which work harder in UMNO turn to get more opportunity, of course for their hard work. owns Canteen, Bookshops and in return able to purchase estates and immensely imporve their lifestyle.
  3. UMNO did not mingle in public service offices, or we can say even the government officer did not really care if UMNO leaders recommend with letters or others.I knew one top public service officers which also a family members of mine. Told me in 32 years of his service he never comes to a situation where he was pressured to make decision favoring UMNO, in fact he told me that there are attempts but they were not obliged to accept it.
  4. UMNO management has shown that UMNO allows other races to surpass UMNO Malay in economic activity. Most properties in strategic areas are not belongs to Malay, Most building in KL is not belongs to Malay. Malay is not the the riches person in Malaysia. Even in the top 10, numbers of Malays is very few, only 3 if i am not mistaken.
  5. UMNO treat people well, the entire machinery, system was design to help people.Helping the poor with cash contribution. Not all citizen is rich, there are people not able to sent their kids to University. Having trouble to catchup with year end spending to ensure their kids go to school. I seen infront of my eyes people come to Divisional Offices to ask for help. Education, Health care, Personal problem, Marriage, Kenduri UMNO is always there to help people.
As a citizen i acknowledge that UMNO is moderate Political party. Of course there is so much more that UMNO could have done to improve Malaysia.

BUT!....Evolution is better than revolution, we are still in a journey with no destinations. May we found victory success to be achieved and celebrated along this amazing journey. May Allah bless Malaysia with good leaders.

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

KEJATUHAN KEPIMPINAN KHALIFAH ISLAM

"Apabila engkau gagal mempertahankan negaramu, sedangkan dahulu kau adalah seorang tentera yang gagah dan berani. Kini, apa gunanya engkau menangis seperti seorang wanita?” 

Ungkapan yang cukup bersejarah! Diungkapkan oleh ibu kepada Sultan Abu Abdullah, pemerintah Islam terakhir di Andalusia yang menangis teresak-esak sambil memandang penuh kesayuan keindahan Istana Al-Hambra dari jauh yang kini hanya tinggal kenangan. Sultan Abu Abdullah dan ahli keluarganya ketika itu dalam perjalanan melarikan diri ke Afrika Utara setelah gagal mempertahankan kerajaan mereka di Granada. Disaat itu juga kegemilangan Islam di Andalusia rebah dan beberapa ketika lagi, majlis perarakan pasangan Raja Ferdinand V dan Isabella untuk memasuki Istana Al-Hambra akan dilangsungkan.

Saat kegemilangan Andalusia dibawah pemerintahan Islam sudah tiada. Kini hanya tinggal sejarah! Sejarah untuk dikenang, sejarah untuk dijadikan pengajaran dan sejarah yang hanya tinggal sejarah. Ramai yang tidak mengetahui betapa Andalusia dahulu begitu istimewa dan begitu unik. Berjaya mencipta kegemilangan yang menakjubkan. Dikala Eropah dilanda Zaman Gelap tetapi Andalusia terus bersinar dengan kemajuan dan kegemilangan yang dibawa oleh Islam. Sehinggakan ada sejarawan mengatakan bahawa Andalusialah yang telah mencetuskan Zaman Renaissance di Eropah. Jika tidak kerana Andalusia, nescaya eropah akan terus berada di Zaman Kegelapan.

Namun kini, hanya tangisan yang bergema bila mengenangkan Andalusia. Bilakah ianya akan kembali ke tangan Islam??? Hanya Allah yang mengetahui namun dengan kekuasaan-Nya, tiada yang mustahil!
Sejarah pemerintahan Islam ke atas Andalusia adalah lebih kurang 7 abad. Satu zaman yang sangat lama, dan ianya boleh dipecahkan kepada 6 tempoh yang penting.

sumber http://arthasreys.blogspot.com/

Friday, March 11, 2011

Islamic movements in Palestine: A historical perspective - I

Over the past decades, the Islamic movement has endeavored to establish itself and prove its existence in the wake of the collapse of the Ottoman caliphate in the beginning of the last century. The Islamic movement started its activity with the foundation of the Muslim Brotherhood (full title Society of Muslim Brothers, MB) in Egypt, which extended its influence to the surrounding Arab countries.
Since the Gaza Strip was, at that time, under the control of the Egyptian military, it was specifically influenced, before other regions, by the activity of this movement, and it started attracting the youth before it extended its roots to the Palestinian territories that were occupied in 1948 C.E. and the West Bank. The Palestinian Islamic movements were a natural extension of the MB, which gave birth to the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas), headed by Shaykh Ahmed Yassin, the founder of the movement, that declared itself on December 14,1987 C.E., four days after the outburst of the first Intifada.
These two movements worked hard to strike Israeli targets, in an attempt to drive the Israeli occupation out of the occupied Palestinian territories. Their activity was prominent during the first Intifada, especially Hamas, which had a large mass base, and involved thousands of youths who believed in its ideology; and its base continued to expand until the coming of the Palestinian National Authority (PNA or PA).
With the establishment of the Palestinian authority, Hamas adopted a line of thought that had two directions: the first was to strike Israeli targets, whether within the borders of the territories occupied in 1967 C.E. that are under the authority of self-rule, or inside the territories occupied in 1948 C.E. The other is to save the sanctity of Palestinian blood.
With the outburst of the blessed Aqsa Intifada, Hamas began to rearrange its papers on the basis of the same ideological foundations and rules with which it was launched, and the same goals it sought to achieve. Within a short period, it was able to rebuild its structure, especially the military power to be stronger than it had previously been. It was encouraged to do so by what it considered to be the failure of the Oslo project after ten years of negotiations, and the Palestinian mass assembly round the choice of resistance, including Palestinian organizations, regardless of their different ideologies and political perspectives, leading to an unprecedented Palestinian national unity in the history of the Palestinian revolution.
Hamas benefitted from the mass support for its military acts, especially martyrdom operations, which left many Israelis dead. Hamas gained great ability to inflict harm on the Israeli occupation, in spite of its weak military and financial capabilities, depending on martyrdom operations, causing what came to be known as the ‘balance of terror’.
This, of course, was condemned by the Zionist entity and the American administration. The occupation forces did their best, and used the most advanced military force available, including the F16 and Apache aircraft and tanks, without being able to abate the Intifada or discourage Hamas and the Islamic Jihad, not to mention the Fatah-affiliated Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, and the Popular Front (for the Liberation of Palestine, PFLP), who were also involved in those operations.
In the wake of the 9/11 attacks that destroyed the World Trade Twin Towers in New York, a fierce campaign was launched against all Islamist activity, under the pretext of the "war against terrorism", without giving an exact definition of terrorism. Thus, whoever does not support America became a terrorist, which means, in other words, that whoever was against Israel is assumed to be against America, i.e. whoever was against Israel was labeled a terrorist, regardless of his legitimate right of self-defense.
The future of Islamic movements was put on the touchstone: could Israel and the United States destroy those movements? Or, could the Islamic movements adapt with the variants and save their existence, given the Palestinian debate about the feasibility of martyrdom operations which the Islamic movements insisted on being the only weapon available in the face of Israeli aircrafts and tanks, depending on the principle of ‘equivalence of punishment’?
Roots of the Palestinian Islamic movement
The first roots of the Islamic awakening in Palestine go back to the foundation of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt at the hands of Shaykh Hasan Al-Banna in 1924 C.E. This awakening extended to the Gaza Strip, in view of its being under the control of the Egyptian military until 1967 C.E.
The Palestinian Brotherhood movement in the Gaza Strip was deeply influenced by the conditions that surrounded the mother movement in Egypt. If the main MB in Egypt was exposed to pressure or any harmful resolution, this would affect the subsidiary Gaza movement, since Gaza was under the control of the Egyptian military.
 In 1954 C.E., the Egyptian government issued a decree to ban the movement’s activities, and of course, it included banning the activities of the movement in the Gaza Strip, which closed its 11 divisions, duly representing the greatest political movement in the Strip, as it included the biggest number of members and supporters. At that time, it had more than a thousand supporters. This decree forced the MB to work in secret. It held its meetings far from the sight of the people, and the Egyptian military intelligence devices in the Strip.
We cannot determine a certain year for the beginning of the Islamic awakening in Palestine. However, we can say that its activities increased notably in the seventies for various reasons. According to some analysts, the rebirth of the Islamic awakening goes back to the failure of Arab nationalism, or to the 1967 defeat according to others, which alerted Muslims to the surrounding risk.
After the defeat of 1967 C.E., the Gaza MB organized huge demonstrations in protest against the Israeli occupation in 1968 C.E., where the demonstrations started and came out from different mosques in the Strip. In the middle of the seventies, the Islamic awakening started through the Palestinian Universities, like the Hebron University, the Islamic University of Gaza, An-Najaah National University in Nablus, and other areas. Islamic blocs were formed in these universities whose aim was to rescue the Palestinian youth from the moral and political deviance that was planned by the Israeli occupation.
In his comment on the Islamic awakening, an Israeli officer said, “The slogan ‘Allaahu Akbar’ started competing with the slogans of the PLO.” He added that when he entered houses with soldiers, he saw photos of Yasser Arafat and some Quranic Verses hung on the walls. He wondered, “What would happen if Arafat died?” He answered, “I do not think there is anyone to succeed him. But I fear that he would be replaced by fundamentalist Muslims who would never come to the Geneva peace conference.”
In the eighties, the Islamic movement intensified its activities. Islamic student blocs emerged clearly in the Palestinian scene in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank, and they organized demonstrations and confronted Israeli settlers and soldiers. For example, when the Gush Emunim movement tried to settle in the heart of the city of Nablus, the youth of the Islamic bloc in An-Najaah National University confronted them on May 15, 1986 C.E., and engaged in clashes with the army, which resulted in the departure of the settlers
 
Source:islamweb.net