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Let's Read the Quran in the language you best understand (in Bahasa Malaysia)

Setiap orang pastinya mengingati pengalaman terawal mereka dengan Al-Quran.  Bagi Prof. Mohammad Hashim, pengalaman terawalnya dengan Al-Quran adalah bersama Allahyarham bapanya, yang merupakan seorang cendiakawan agama dan seseorang yang amat berpengetahuan tentang Al-Quran.  “Allahyarham bapa saya akan bangun pada awal pagi pada waktu subuh, selalunya langit masih lagi gelap.  Allahyarham juga akan mengajar saya dan abang saya pada usia 6 atau 7 tahun dari awal pagi sehinggalah waktu sarapan pagi dan waktu sekolah.  Beginilah rutin kami.  Bukan sahaja allahyarham bapa mengajar kami untuk membaca Al-Quran, tetapi, beliau akan mengajar kami maknanya.  Sedikit sebanyak, ini membolehkan kami untuk memahami Al-Quran secara mendalam,” katanya...............................Download the full article in pdf attachment (below)





In the past, fasting was attributed to human spiritual belief in worshiping God for meditation reasons. It has been practised for thousands of years in serving various purposes of life. It is still a practice today. Generally, the practitioners are subjected to certain dietary procedure which trains them to be better disciplined to gain better self-control.


Fasting to Muslims is a practice of abstaining from food and drinks, sexual contact, arguments and unkind language or acts from dawn to sunset. It is the fourth pillar of Islam. 
Mohammad Hashim Kamali

Professor Mohammad Hashim Kamali is founding CEO of the International Institute of Advanced Islamic Studies (IAIS) Malaysia.

Website: www.HashimKamali.com

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"It is only when we are at peace that we can search within ourselves and create something extraordinary" (Bridget Menezes)

Humour Without Malice

David and Wilson were lost in desert. They were dying of thirst when they came upon an oasis, and there was a mosque. David to Wilson, "Look! There is a mosque, lets pretend we are Muslims, otherwise we'll not get any food or water. I am going to call myself 'Ahmad'." Wilson refused to change his name and said: "My name is Wilson and I will never pretend to be other than what I am!". The imam of the mosque received both of them well and asked for their names. David: "I am Ahmad." Wilson: "I am Wilson". Imam turned to his helpers and said, "Bring some food for Wilson only." And then Imam turned towards David and said, "Ramadhan Mubarak, Brother Ahmad!".


The Muslims are like a firm foundation, each strengthening the other; in such manner they mutually support one another. (hadith)

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