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Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Benarkah Mati Menyembunyikan Cinta = Mati Syahid?

By : Shahmunzir

Saya ditanya tentang status kata-kata ini yang dikatakan ia sebagai hadith, iaitu:

Sesiapa yang jatuh cinta, kemudian dia menyembunyikannya dan dia mati, maka matinya itu adalah syahid.” 

Tidak pula saya pernah berjumpa dengan ‘hadith’ ini.  Benarkah ia hadith???  Sekali lihat macam diragui kerana ganjaran mati syahid adalah antara ganjaran tertinggi di sisi ALLAH.  Tidak berpadan dengan usaha yang kecil itu, iaitu sekadar menahan dari diluah rasa cinta.

Monday, May 16, 2011

Are you a carrot, an egg or a coffee bean???


Found this story in a website...very inspirational.... ok..today's motivation start with this... A certain daughter complained to her father about her life and how things have been so hard for her. She did not know how she was going to make it and she wanted to give up. She was tired of fighting and struggling. It seemed that just as one problem was solved another arose. Her father, a chef, took her to the kitchen, filled three pots with water and placed the fire on high. Soon the three pots came to a boil. In one he placed carrots, in the other he placed eggs, and the last he placed ground coffee beans. He let them sit and boil, without saying a word.

Saturday, May 14, 2011

Penyokong KELANTAN BERJEMAAH Di Padang Bola, Tiada Dalam Akhbar


Teruja dan terharu melihat kekhusyukkan para pemain kedua belas Kelantan ini yang tetap menunaikan solat meskipun terpaksa beralaskan hamparan batu merah stadium keramat mereka. Lokasi dari pintu H ini diharap dapat membuka hati dan iman para penyokong Kelantan yang lain dalam melaksanakan tugasan kepada Maha Pencipta.

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Aurat-aurat Yang Dimaafkan?


Salam 1Malaysia,

Kepada Perdana Menteri, bekas Perdana Menteri, Menteri Agama, Mufti-mufti dan ulama muda tarbus, ingin saya bertanya sebuah persoalan bagi menambahkan ilmu pengetahuan yang serba-serbinya lemah ini.

Islam larang kebumi jenazah dalam air – Al-Azhar


KAHERAH 3 Mei – Islam menentang pengkebumian di dalam laut selepas pegawai Amerika Syarikat (AS) mengeluarkan kenyataan pemimpin Al-Qaeda, Osama Laden dikebumikan di dalam air, kata jurucakap Universiti Al-Azhar kepada AFP.

"Jika benar mayat itu (Osama) telah dicampak ke dalam air, maka Islam menentang sepenuhnya perkara itu," kata Mahmud Azab yang juga merupakan penasihat Imam Besar Al-Azhar, Sheikh Ahmed al-Tayeb.

Katanya, setiap mayat jika menjadi mangsa bunuh atau mati secara semulajadi mesti dihormati. Mayat penganut agama atau tidak, Islam atau Kristian, mesti dihormati.

"Islam hanya membenarkan pengkebumian di dalam tanah kecuali kes yang tidak boleh dielakkan seperti mati lemas," tambahnya.-AFP

Sumber : utusan online

Jenazah Osama dikebumi di Laut Arab ikut cara Islam


WASHINGTON 3 Mei - Jenazah pemimpin Al-Qaeda, Osama Laden telah dikebumikan di utara Laut Arab dari atas geladak kapal pengangkut pesawat milik Amerika Syarikat, USS Carl-Vinson selepas dimandikan dan dilaksanakan mengikut cara Islam, kata pegawai pertahanan AS semalam.

"Persediaan untuk pengebumian bermula pukul 0510 GMT EST (12.10 pagi waktu Malaysia) dan berakhir pukul 0600 GMT (1.00 pagi). Jenazah dimandikan dan diletakkan dalam kain putih serta dibungkus dalam beg pemberat.

"Pegawai tentera kemudiannya membaca bacaan agama yang diterjemahkan dalam bahasa Arab oleh penutur asli.

"Selepas selesai bacaan tersebut, jenazah diletakkan di hujung papan datar yang disediakan sebelum dilepaskan ke dalam laut,' kata pegawai terbabit. - Reuters

Sumber: utusan online

Monday, May 2, 2011

Syeikh Usamah bin Laden dah meninggal?


Sebahagian kafirin Amerika menyambut gembira di luar White House setelah mendengar berita kematian Sheikh Usamah bin Laden Hafizahullah walaupun kesahihannya masih belum dipastikan.

Barack Obama - US president

Today, at my direction, the United States carried out that operation... they killed Osama bin Laden and took custody of his body.

The death of Bin Laden marks the most significant achievement to date against al-Qaeda.

Tonight, we give thanks to the counter intelligence officials who have tirelessly worked, we give thanks to them men who carried out this operation.

Finally, let me say to the families, we have not forgotten your loss, today's achievement is a testament to the greatness of our country.

Tonight we are once again reminded that American can do whatever we set our mind to ... we can do these things not because of wealth and power but because of who we are.

Pakistan Foreign Office

The death of bin Laden is a "major setback to terrorist organisations around the world".

"This operation was conducted by the US Forces in accordance with declared US policy that Osama bin Laden will be eliminated in a direct action by the U.S. Forces, wherever found in the world."

Hamid Karzai - Afghan president

The killing of bin Laden is very "important news".

The Taliban must learn a lesson from this. The Taliban should refrain from fighting.

George W. Bush - former US president

This momentous achievement marks a victory for America, for people who seek peace around the world, and for all those who lost loved ones on September 11, 2001.

The fight against terror goes on, but tonight America has sent an unmistakable message: No matter how long it takes, justice will be done.

Michael Bloomberg - New York City mayor

The killing of Osama bin Laden does not lessen the suffering that New Yorkers and Americans experienced at his hands, but it is a critically important victory for our nation - and a tribute to the millions of men and women in our armed forces and elsewhere who have fought so hard for our nation.

New Yorkers have waited nearly 10 years for this news. It is my hope that it will bring some closure and comfort to all those who lost loved ones on September 11, 2001

Raymond Kelly - New York police commissioner

Killing of Osama bin Laden a "welcome milestone" for the families of the victims of the September 11, 2001 attacks.

David Cameron - British prime minister

Osama bin Laden was responsible for the worst terrorist atrocities the world has seen -- for 9/11 and for so many attacks, which have cost thousands of lives, many of them British. It is a great success that he has been found and will no longer be able to pursue his campaign of global terror.

The news that Osama bin Laden is dead will bring great relief to people across the world.

Benjamin Netanyahu - Israeli prime minister

This is a resounding triumph for justice, freedom and the values shared by all democratic nations fighting shoulder to shoulder in determination against terrorism.

The state of Israel joins together in the joy of the American people after the liquidation of bin Laden.

Alain Juppe - France's Foreign Minster

Bin Laden's death is a "victory for all democracies fighting the abominable scourge of terrorism".

P. Chidambaram - Indian home minister

We take note with grave concern that part of the statement in which (US) President Obama said that the firefight in which Osama bin Laden was killed took place in Abbottabad 'deep inside Pakistan'.

This fact underlines our concern that terrorists belonging to different organisations find sanctuary in Pakistan.

Benigno Aquino - Philippine president

The death of Osama bin Laden marks a signal defeat for the forces of extremism and terrorism.

It represents the death of the efforts of one man to stoke the fires of sectarian hatred and to promote terrorism on a scale unprecedented in the history of mass murder.

Franco Frattini - Italian foreign minister

Bin Laden's death at the hands of US forces "is a victory of good over evil, of justice over cruelty".

Robert Fisk - journalist

Osama bin Laden was the founder of Al Qaeda, but to suggest that he was in command, sitting in some computer cave, is completely rubbish.

He spent most of his time hiding, most of his time running from the US authorities.

I never thought he would hang around long in Afghanistan but in Pakistan he had a soft spot. He felt safer in Pakistan than he did in Afghanistan, and I think that is correct.

You have to realise that Bin Laden is a very popular mind, even with the royalty.

He was saying things about the West, which their dictators wouldn't say, his condemnation of the West, and he had to say it from a cave.

He is a figure who would be reflected upon.

Steve Clemmons – The New America Foundation

It's game changing news.

We got used to the fact that Osama bin Laden was beyond our reach. He has slipped off the radar screen, he was a pop culture figure with a fanatic bent.

The Muslim world are going to continue to have to deal with those who are inspired by him but of course knocking off a symbol globally is significant.

Imtiaz Gul – political analyst

It has come as a big surprise to most of the Pakistanis, particularly the location. Many believed that he had been long dead.

It is very close to the Pakistani military academy.

I’d presume that the Pakistani intelligence was involved to the extent, previous had been captured with their assistance.

In most cases, the Americans wouldn’t tell the Pakistani security institutions where they were headed so in this case they (Pakistani intelligence) were probably on board but probably didn’t know where they (the US) were going to.

Mark Kimmit - Military Analyst/US Army Brigadier

This is not the end of the movement, this is not the end of the terrorism but this is the end of the chapter

Capturing or killing bin Laden has more iconic value.

It will have symbolic value, because it has been a number of years since Bin Laden has exercised day to day control over operations. We still have an Al Qaeda threat out there and that will be there for a number of years.

This organisation (Al Qaeda) is more than Bin Laden, it may be symbolised by Bin Laden, but it definitely is more than Bin Laden.

Sumber: Al-Jazeera