Saturday, November 29, 2008

Friday, November 28, 2008

Ustaz Ishak Din

Penulis buku "Permasalahan Aqidah Tauhid" - Pegangan Setiap Mukimin. Published by Darl Nu'man 2001.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=obsVrignM_k

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dlWTv3u7TIM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ym8Pt_a9ROs

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IXsv3cH2jUw

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I-cEkeU1-8g


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Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Ustaz Badruddin Ramli



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yV1ScEhUa08

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5dVMU6gGd1E

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XOh7NLzj6cM



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Thank you Brother Shaharuddin.

Brother Shaharuddin who have been arranging all these Ustaz attendances (daily programme and coming to the Surau, from all over the country) and the Tazkirah sessions. We are grateful to you Brother Shaharuddin. May Allah bless you.



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Ustaz Hasrizal Jalil

Ustaz Hasrizal Jalil is the operator/owner of web site Saifulislam.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PRrK3KTeK0g

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQh-f1jukhM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6NOYsMipEx0

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iu54w5mhu_Q

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EwZRID7RKGw



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Sunday, November 23, 2008

Qurban (Sacrifice)

Eid ulAdha is coming (8th Dec. 2008 by local rekoning). A time of 'sacrifice', in rememberence of Abraham sacrificing Ishmael in response to Allah's command.

As-Saaffat [37:102]
Then when (the son) reached (the age of) (serious) work with him, he said: "O my son! I see in vision that I offer thee in sacrifice: now see what is thy view!" (The son) said: "O my father! do as thou art commanded: thou will find me if Allah so wills one practicing Patience and Constancy!"

As-Saaffat [37:103]
So when they had both submitted (to Allah), and He had laid Him prostrate on his forehead (for sacrifice)

As-Saaffat [37:107]
And We ransomed him with a momentous sacrifice:


At Surau An_Naim we are no different. We have also arranged for the sacrifice.

And the animals (cows are planned for) will be sacrificed on the Eid ulAdha after the Eid ulAdha prayers (most likely).

Surah Al-Kauther:
1. To thee have We granted the Fount (Of Abundance).
2. Therefore to thy Lord turn in Prayer and Sacrifice.
3. For he who hateth thee He will be cut off (from Future Hope).




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Haj

I just learned/realised that a few of our surau going regulars are going to Mekah this Haj year to perform their Haj, some for the first time and some for second time or even more. Wishing them a safe journey, and may they return with 'Haji Mabrur' (a Haj recognised and awarded by Allah).


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Saturday, November 22, 2008

Ustaz Zulkifili Suhaimi, of Yan, Kedah.





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Friday, November 21, 2008

Ustaz Akram Laidin




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Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Sunday, November 16, 2008

Solat Subuh

At the start of Solat Subuh at Surau An-Naim, Wangsa Maju, Kuala Lumpur on the Sunday morning of 16 Nov. 2008.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6Ok91c9JaQ


and it ended,
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UfhUkyO4tUE



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Just married.

One of our regulars at the surau got married today, in Batu Pahat, Johore (Malaysia).


Accompanied to the wedding by other surau regulars, all the way from Kuala Lumpur. They all left Kuala Lumpur after the Solat Subuh on 16 Nov. 2008. It was a long journey.





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Where will we be buried.?

One of the problems of Wangsa Maju Muslim resident is the lack of burial ground close enough to the "Town". And I have been told that once upon a time any deceased Muslim resident of Wangsa Maju may be buried at Taman Ibukota Muslim Cemetary (estimated to be about 5 km west of Wangsa Maju), Kuala Lumpur. And I have been told now that that cemetery is now full.

One of my neighbours died about half a year ago, and he was buried at the Muslim Burial Ground at Taman Selaseh (estimated to be about 10 km west of Wangsa Maju), Kuala Lumpur. And actually I don’t even know where Taman Selasih Muslim Cemetary is, and among us very few know where the place is I presume (correctly?).

What will actually happens when one Muslim dies in Wangsa Maju? If one has a kampung (viullage in the rural area), probably some kind relatives or even the children may like one to be buried in the kampung. So somehow they will try to get the deceased back to the kampung. But how many people want to or can be buried in the original kampung now? Not many, maybe 1% (I am just guessing) of the total Muslim population of Wangsa Maju. Many have left the kampung for so long now even the people in the kampung do not know who the person is. And most probably all relatives have already left the kampung, of have all deceased making one a stranger in the kampung.

Burial ground is one problem, but the stark reality is what happens when one dies. If one is the 'surau going' or 'mosque (masjid) going' type then maybe some kind soul from the surau or the mosque (masjid) will try to do their level best to sort matters out, say call the nearest mosque, (in the current case of Wangsa Maju it’s the Seri Rampai Masjid, about 2 km west of Wangsa Maju, but the new mosque at Wngasa Maju just opened, about 1 km away, has not officialy say what Muslim burial services can it give) and have the deceased body prepared for burial. But if one is a stranger to the surau or the masjid then one’s relatives will be in the dark as to know what to do and who to turn to in such difficult times. Even now many do not know who to turn to when a death occurs to any Muslim in Wangsa Maju. Isn’t it time that the residents have some sort of written procedures as what to do when death occurs to any of the Muslim population of Wangsa Maju.?

This is a mere provocative thought which may have already occurred in someone’s minds of some of the Muslim population of Wangas Maju but nobody have written anything about it to express the thought and how the problem may be resolved. This generation is already in a dilemma, what will happen to the next generation when death occurs to any Muslim of Wangsa Maju?


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Saturday, November 15, 2008

It was all in a days work.

They were there to clean the surau, voluntarily, on 24 Oct. 2008. We thank them.











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KULIAH SUBUH PADA SABTU 15 NOV 2008

Kuliah Subuh pagi ini yang sepatutnya diisi oleh Ustaz Shauki telah digantikan oleh seorang Ustaz lain. Saya sendiri tidak mengetahui siapa beliau dan saya jangka inilah kali pertama beliau menyampaikan kuliahnya di surau kita ini. Saya tidak sempat menanyakan siapa beliau langsung kepada beliau sendiri atau pun Sdr. Shahrudin kerana tergesa-gesa untuk suatu urusan lain.
Penyampaian beliau amat menarik, dan kita dapat rasakan ilmu beliau cukup tinggi. Usianya masih muda sebagaimana yang dinyatakan kepada kita iaitu 40 tahun.
Walau bagaimana pun satu perkara yang beliau bangkitkan khususnya tentang membolehkan kadha' solat untuk ibu bapa, saya dapati kurang dapat diterima. Begitu ramai ustaz-ustaz lain telah menerangkan tentang tidak bolehnya kadha' untuk diri sendiri, apatah lagi bagi orang lain, walaupun ibu bapa sendiri. Kita akan bincangkan dengan lebih lanjut berhubung persoalan ini di lain waktu, cuma renungilah sedikit ayat 39 Surah An-Najm (Surah ke-53) yang jelas-jelas menyatakan manusia itu tidak mendapat apa-apa kecuali apa yang diusahakan sendiri. Apa yang anak-anak boleh lakukan adalah mendoakan, memohonkan keampunan yang sebanyak-banyaknya untuk ibu bapanya, tetapi bukan melakukan sesuatu amalan atau ibadat dan niatkan pahalanya dihadiahkan kepada mereka. Kita bimbang perlakuan yang sedemikian boleh termasuk dalam perkara-perkara bid'ah. Na'uzubillah.
Wallahua'lam!

Repairs and renovation



Been away for sometime. I noticed this notice on the notice board the other day.

I suppose we may need sponsors to implement the repairs and renovation. Anyone willing to sponsor?.


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Sunday, November 9, 2008

Kuliah Subuh & Maghrib Pada Ahad 11 Zulqaedah 1429H

Kitab “Majmuk Syarif” Diharamkan

Ustaz Dr. Azwira Abd. Aziz ketika menyampaikan Kuliah Subuhnya pada hari minggu tanggal 11 Zulqaedah 1429 H, telah memberikan sedikit kejutan kepada kita apabila menyatakan bahawa sebuah negeri di Malaysia ini, iaitu Perlis, telah mengeluarkan fatwa mengharamkan kitab kecil “Majmuk Syarif”. Sebenarnya saya sendiri telah lama kurang dapat menerima beberapa isi kandungan dalam kitab ini. Terlalu banyak dimuatkan hadis-hadis yang menyatakan tentang fadilat mengamalkan bacaan surah-surah tertentu atau ayat-ayat tertentu tanpa menyatakan sumber hadis-hadis berkenaan. Saya juga cuba meneliti siapa sebenarnya pengarang atau penyusun kitab ini, namun gagal menemuinya. Kitab itu yang ada pada saya, yang saya terima sebagai oleh-oleh menghadiri majlis walimatul’urus seorang teman suatu ketika dulu, hanya dinyatakan penerbitnya sahaja iaitu Cahaya Pertama.
Sebagai orang awam yang sangat cetek ilmu agamanya, saya ingin benar mendapatkan hujah-hujah atau alasan-alasan sehingga Perlis mengharamkannya. Sekiranya ada teman ahli Kariah Surau kita ini yang tahu mengenainya, atau memiliki kertas maklumat berhubung perkara ini, saya pohonkan dapatlah berkongsi maklumat berkenaan dengan rakan-rakan yang lain, termasuk saya. Wallahu A’lam.


Anjing & Babi Tidak Najis

Pada malamnya pula, kita dikejutkan oleh Ustaz Ramadan Fitri apabila dalam Kuliah Maghribnya melontarkan dua pendapat yang agak berselisihan dengan pegangan kebanyakan orang kita di negara ini, iaitu:

1. Bahawa anjing dan babi tidak najis, dan
2. Tiada Qada dalam solat; tiada apa yang disebut sebagai solat menghormati waktu; dalam keadaan darurat boleh solat dalam mobil sambil memandu dengan hanya menepuk dinding mobil dan melakukan tayamum dan tak perlu mengulangi solat itu (atau qada)..

Saya seronok mendengar penjelasan beliau kerana ia selari, dan seolah-olahnya meng”confirm”kan pendapat saya selama ini. Saya tidak berhajat untuk memanjangkan penulisan ini, tetapi sekiranya ada komen atau respons daripada teman-teman mengenainya dapatlah kita perpanjangkan perbincangannya.

Wallahu A’lam.

Saturday, November 1, 2008

An evening with Ustaz Musthafa Umar.

One of our most learned and popular Ustaz at our Surau is Ustaz Musthafa Umar. He had been with us for a very long time, years ago starting off with Tafsir, and he finished the whole of Surah Al-Baqarah over a period of about 5 years (?), coming to be with us almost every week, once a week on Tuesdays. He has written a book on that tafsir.

After bidding farewell to us earlier he has accepted our invitation to continue with us and has managed to come back to us once or twice a month to give us tazkirah. And we all gladly welcome him back to our fold.

This blog is just to record what an evening with Ustaz Musthafa Umar looks like.

As usual, he starts off with writing on the white board what ayat (of the Koraan) he wishes to discuss, translate, appreciate, tafsir that evening.

The tafsir and the appreciatation will last usually over a period of 1 hour after the Maghrib prayers to just after the time for the Isya (Isha) prayers which he usually then become the Imam.

Before the discussion and the appreciation usually he will start off with a doa (dua) and then he will translate the ayat according to the text from Arabic into Bahasa Malaysia.


And this will thyen will be followed up with detail of what the ayat wants and the ayat means, intersperse the detail with the other ayats in the Koraan or even with Hadiths (Prophet Muhammad PBUH traditions) to make his argument solid. The discussion may be very serious or can be very humourous, but at the end he gets through to the audience.

This will be followed with a short session of question and answers. And usually he answered those questions direct to the point with little room to manoeuvre by the questioner.

And he ends up with another doa (dua) to finish for the evening.



That ends our most enlightening evening.


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