February 24, 2012

Muhammad Rasulullah صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم.

February 18, 2012

Talaqqi?




Why I choose talaqqi?

بِسْمِ اللَّـهِ الرَّحْمَـٰنِ الرَّحِيمِ

A : Kalu belajar kitab2 agama dgn guru2 ni mcm talaqqi ni, lmbt dan lapuk gaya tu. Cth bidang medic la, kalu nak cari info utk report ke, pbl ke, pakai Google ja terus keluar berderet2 maklumat nak tau.

B: Hmm, aku separuh setuju ttg cth ko bg pasal medic, tp ak x setuju pendapat ko ttg kitab2 agama.

1) Cuba ko bygkan dlm dunia kita ni penuh dgn anasir2 pelik, cthnya philosophy secularism, syiah, ajaran2 sesat, berita2 palsu, fitnah sana sini dan byk lg, rasa2 mana lg selamat kalu tanya Google yg siapa2 ja buleh tulis ttg apa2 dgn tanya dan belajar ilmu2 AGAMA dgn guru2 yg ambil ilmu satu persatu dr guru sebelumnya hingga berulang2 sampai ke Rasulullah sallallahu 'alai wassalam?

2) About medical stuff, even our doctors always remind us if we want to take any sources from the internet, make sure it's medical website that have been recommended. Not some random blogs or websites even wikipedia. One of our doctors said "Come on,you're a medical student, it's a big shame when u have bundle of medical resources that u can get from the library but u use wiki that's meant for lay people".


Majalah Q&A. One of the best magazine that explains about Islam.

A : Haha, terabuq ang speaking English naa. Jap, ak x paham ttg mksd ko "tanya Google yg siapa2 ja buleh tulis ttg apa2". cmne tu? About medical stuff, yeah, couldnt agree more than that. Asyik ak ja kalah cakap dgn ko.haha.

B: Ak bg ang analogi senang, cth, ang x tau cmna nak solat jama' la kan, pastu ang p cari sapa2 hat ang jumpa tepi jalan pastu ang tanya ttg solat jama'. Dia jawab "Rasa2nya lah kan, ak rasa lah x tau betul ke x, ko kene buat cmni n cmni." Pastu, ang ikut apa dia kata yg 'rasa2' tu. Ang rasa mcm oke ke x kalu lagu tu?

A: Uish, mane buleh bro. Nmpak sgt was2 tu.

B: Tu la mksd ak. Kata Imam Malik bin Anas ra : “Sesungguhnya ilmu ini merupakan agama. Maka, lihatlah dengan siapa kamu mengambil agama kamu. Sesungguhnya aku telah bertemu dengan 70 orang di Masjid Nabi ini, yang menyatakan telah berkata fulan bahawa Rasulullah salallahualaihiwassalam bersabda (menyampaikan hadis). Sesungguhnya jika salah seorang daripada mereka itu diamanahkan untuk menjaga Baitulmal, nescaya dia ialah orang yang amanah, namun aku tidak mengambil sesuatu pun (hadith) daripada mereka kerana mereka bukanlah ahli dalam bidang ini (hadith). Tetapi apabila datang kepada kami Muhammad bin Muslim bin Syihab Az-Zuhri walaupun dia masih muda maka kami bersesak-sesak ke pintu rumahnya (untuk belajar hadith) !"

B: Uish, tapi payah la kalu nak tanya apa2 kemusykilan bro. Ak duk hadap buku medic tu x habis2. X sempat nak tanya Ustaz. Ak sokmo tanya Ustaz Azhar Idrus ikut FB ja. Ala yg Koleksi Printscreen Soal Jawab Ustaz Azhar Idrus ( Original ) 2.

Al Fadhil Ustaz Azhar Idrus. I believe u know him, right?

A: Kalu ang nak tanya menda2 ang dah tau sejak kecik tp x pasti, buleh la tanya Ustaz2 yg dah blajaq dr guru2 yg bersanad ni. Buleh ja ang nak tanya thru Fb or sms, asalkan org yg ang tanya tu, org yg dipercayai ada ilmu, jgn duk search ja cari jawapan dr ntah sapa2 ntah. Tp, kalu ang nak blaja satu ilmu agama utk amal dan sebagainya, lebih baik ang blaja dgn org yg betul2 ilmunya dr guru yg benar. Ala, mcm medical student nak blaja cmne nak bedah jantung, nak buat colonoscopy etc, mesti belajar dr doktor yg dah belajar dr doktor2 sebelumnya, xkan ang nak blaja dgn abg jaga mayat kat museum tu.Haha.

One of the Kitab, Bidayatul Hidayah. credit to Ukh Insyirah Hafizah.

B: Hmm, makes sense gak ape ko kate. Tp kan, kalau ak baca ja buku2 yg sebijik same mmg copy paste abis mcm buku2 yg guru2 talaqqi ajar x buleh ka? Xdak masa nak p talaqqi ni.

A: Kalu mcm tu,start esok kita x yah p lecture Prof Nasa dan Prof Naznin lah.

B: Uish, apa kaitan tiba2 nak ponteng kelas Prof Nasa, bro? Gile ape.

Prof. Dr. Hj. Nasuruddin B.Hj. Abdullah. Our lecturer. Immunologist expert. (Kanan skali dlm gambar)

A: Ala, kita kan ada buku Mama Robbin dan buku photostat slide Prof Nasa 2. Kita baca ja sampai habis, pastu, kite p masuk exam hall dan score dpt distinction. Amacam?

B: Haha, lawaknye lawak ang. Ak tau la ang GENIUS LEGEND tp mane buleh nak baca buku ja pastu nak score distinction plak tu. Lagipun, dlm buku Robbin tu, ntah ape2 ak pon x paham. Buku slide Prof Nasa tu pon, ada campur2 gambar pelik2. Ak nak dgr lecture Prof Nasa, br paham. Siap ada selingan lawak jenaka lg.

A: Oit2, ak barely passed je kot Block 1. Ang xyah nak kerap perli ak naa. Tu la mksd ak, cube ko bayangkan blaja AGAMA gune buku ja, kompem2 la x paham, kalu paham pon, lebih byk salah paham dr betul pahamnya.
Kalu blaja gune buku ja, baek ak kuar UIA, bace buku kat rumah, pastu, kuar2 g bedah org. Oke x?

B: Haha, ang x payah nak jadi John Jigsaw sgt la kan. ye2, ak paham. tp, lambat la blaja kitab ikut talaqqi ni. lgpun, talaqqi sekali seminggu ja, tu pun smpat pergi.

A: Perkara penting ang kena paham, kita bukan nak bertalaqqi sbb nak blaja beratus2 kitab yg ada dan  jadi ahli hadits ka, ahli fiqah ka. Kita dtg sini nak jadi doktor, so, kompem2 kena utamakan blaja medic yg lecture dr pukul 7 pg sampai 4 ptg 5 hari seminggu nuh. Tp, p talaqqi tiap2 minggu cth talaqqi Ustaz Mustaffa Kamal kat CF Bro tu, sekurang2nya kita ni dpt peringatan setelah asyik leka dgn dunia, dpt dgr mutiara2 ilmu dan dekatkan diri dgn ulama', belajar adab dan akhlak yg mulia. Kita belajaq sikit2 ja, biaq lmbt. Yg penting usaha kita yg Allah tgk, bukan end of the result. Tp, kalu ang buleh jd macam Syeikh Dr Yusri Rushdi al Hasani. That's the best. Tafaddol.

B: Sapa Syeikh Dr Yusri Rushdi tu?

Syeikh Dr Yusri Rushdi al Hasani. credit to Bunyamin

A: Dia Head of Surgey kat Cairo. Kira doktor la. Surgery Specialist. Tp, dia ajar gak Hadith kat al Azhar, cth kitab2 dia ajar, Sahih al-Bukhari, Sunan Abi Dawud, al-Muwatto',Syamail Muhammadiah,Hikam ibnu 'Ato'illah,Hasyiah Baijuri etc.

B: Tu mmg hebat betol tu, ambe distinction pon x lepaih.haha. Trimas naa, pandangan ak sedikit sebanyak berubah ttg talaqqi ni. Betul2, buleh doh ak mai talaqqi next week. Kat mana ang cakap td, CF Bro? Tp, segan la sume duk pakai serban jubah blaka. Ak pakai suar jeans ja kot.

Al Fadhil Ustaz Mustaffa Kamal (sebelah kiri gambar) dan Al-Habib Ali ibn Syeikh Abu Bakar.
credit to : Galeri Hidayah.

A : Haah, CF Bro. Ustaz Mustaffal Kamal. Kalu ang nak p, sudi2kan lah tumpang ak dgn keta BMW ang, ak xdak transport. haha. Alah, x yah nak segan lah. Dorg sama ja mcm kita. Nak belajaq. Diorang sume tu cuma nak amalkan sunnah Nabi sbb cinta mereka pada Nabi sallallahu 'alai wassalam. Kita pakai tutup aurat pon oke. xdak la Ustaz nak halau tiba2. haha. btw, hari ni Jumaat, bro. Kerap2 la selawat ke atas Rasulullah Muhammad sallallahu 'alai wassalam. Bukan payah pon, guna mulut ja.

B : Kerap perli Kancil ak. haha. buleh2. Incha Allah.


So, what's 'Talaqqi'? 


"Talaqi bermaksud perjumpaan atau pertemuan, Tetapi dalam hal ini talaqi bermaksud pengajian ilmu Islam yang disampaikan secara dari guru kepada anak murid secara berdepan dan bil musyafahah (dari mulut ke mulut). Pengajian talaqi ini merupakan satu juzuk dari sunnah Rasulullah apabila Rasulullah menerima wahyu dari Jibril, dan menghafal wahyu tersebut terus dari Jibril. Dalam sesetengah riwayat menyebut Jibril mengarahkan nabi agar tidak tergopoh-gapah dalam menghafaz wahyu. Kaedah pengajian sebegini diteruskan sehingga ke hari ini kerana peraliran ilmu dan pencerahan kitab ulama' yang muktabar disampaikan secara bersanad (dari guru ke guru) sekaligus memelihara keaslian ilmu dan makna penulis kitab tersebut."




Syeikh Usamah Sayyid Mahmud Al-Azhari.One of the very young ulama' Al Azhar. Student of Syeikh Dr Ali Jumah, Mufti Mesir.

*ak- aku
* distinction - 80% and above for medical students. Isnt easy to get this. Medical school is the school that transform many of top students all over world to become a "I just want to pass the exam" student except some extraordinary students. #truestory.


October 29, 2011

Early Marriage. WHY?




بِسْمِ اللَّـهِ الرَّحْمَـٰنِ الرَّحِيمِ

Salam and Happy Sunday!

WARNING : This post is intentionally for anyone who supports or wants to get married at young age especially IIUM students.Yes. Early Marriage.

Take note : Most of the IIUM students don't come from Islamic background. For them, coupling before married is a natural thing and they didn't know coupling before nikah is forbidden in Islam before admitting into IIUM.

After they admit into IIUM, they are exposed with the idea that coupling before nikah is forbidden and generally, they understand and know why it's forbidden. Then, they will replace coupling idea with the better idea that is allowed in Islam. Yess, it's a marriage or specifically early marriage.

Basically, they understand that early marriage provides many advantanges in spiritual, social, religious, academically aspects etc. In Islam, there are many hadith (Prophet's sayings) that highlight its advantage and it's recommended in Islam to get married. I don't want to point all those advantages out because I assume many of us know or heard about it. Maybe you can refer in ILuvIslam.com if you don't know.Don't get wrong idea, I fully support this early marriage idea.

Have you ever heard or meet the early young married couple have many problems after getting married for example, their academic performance is getting worse, social and financial problems or worst case scenario, they get divorced?

The main point is before getting married, some of them put the marriage solely as MAIN OBJECTIVE OF THEIR LIFE! I mean as an ABSOLUTE OBJECTIVE! Maybe, many of us didn't realize this because we are consumed with early marriage advantages plus the natural desire to have someone special to live together. (Both of these is not the bad thing, dont get me wrong). Subconciously, they put this as ABSOLUTE objective of their life. Yet, for me, this idea is completely WRONG. The ABSOLUTE OBJECTIVE in Islam is for HEREAFTER. For Allah s.w t.



Marriage is just one of the complementary thing to strengthen our effort and way to achieve true absolute objective.

The person that puts marriage as an absolute objective is analogically like a sprinter that MUST run 400 metres on track to get to the FINISH LINE but he puts the target at 100 metres only. He will run as fast as he can until 100 metres. Then, after 100 metres, he will burn out and assume he already win and race is end. Maybe he will stop and take a nap at 100 metres line while other sprinters run untill the true finish line.The truth is, he must make it to Finish Line that's 300 metres away to go. He's a loser. Geddit?





I guess the main point is I want to make sure you need to know why you want to do something. Even, you want to get married after graduating or while working, without realizing the true objective in marriage or prioritize what is more important, you will face many problems too.

I just want to point this out to make it clear my friend, MARRIAGE is a part of process in our life not true objective! That's all!

p/s: Tomorrow is Minitest. Please pray for me :))  


October 28, 2011

Age and Maturity.





بِسْمِ اللَّـهِ الرَّحْمَـٰنِ الرَّحِيمِ

Salam and should I say 'Hi' too? Long time no see eh?

Alhamdulillah, today is the day of NINTEEN YEARS I live in this complicated and interesting world. There's a lil bit confusion about my real birthday bcoz in FB, I put my bday on 28th October but,the real one is 29th October. Only some of my friends remember it well ! Yeah, it's today.haha. Nevermind, who cares and I don't care.. The difference is only ONE day.

Typical way to start the post with a question: Have you ever heard the older the people, more matured they are?

Ya, I know. Many people stick to this one "Old people is mature people". I agree old people have more experience than younger one but when it comes to maturity, I guess it's not suitable to say that.

Maturity is not about you have more experience than others. It's not about you know better than others. Maturity is all about how to deal with complicated knowledge and experience that you get in your life and come out with simple and thoughtful opinion that will change part of the world like politics or worldview.

Some old people have vast of experience in certain field but reject everything that is voiced out by young generation is considered as immature.

Mature people always hear other peoples' opinion first. They will not accept or reject others' opinion blindly. They will hear everthing and when it comes to discussion, they will point out the objective of the discussion clearly before start it. They will find the similarities between their opinion and opinion of another side instead of come to find the differences. They tend to reelevate their some parts of their opinion if others' opinion make sense in certain aspect.When it comes to end of discussion, they will accept the differences between their opinion and appreciate it like " Okay, this is my opinion and that's yours".

Reject other opinion and think "I'm always right!" is immature and lead to stupidity.

Every time I go back to my village, I always pretend to be an older people than my real age, for sure I did not tell my age. If I don't reveal it when discussing with older people, they tend, at least hear my opinion or accept it.

If you introduce yourself, " I'm nineTEEN-year-old and still study bla bla bla...", subconciusly, they will take your opinion lightly even though, it's clear your opinion is reasonable.

In FB, I intentionally hide my age and sometimes, older people tend to add me and discuss about many current issues without knowing my real age. For example, about BERSIH, HIMPUN, philosophy, politics, health issues, current world news etc. Maybe, my opinion sounds stupid or simple for them but at least you will hear their mature opinion and you can learn something.

Age doesn't represent maturity. So, don't be an arrogant people. When you feel you're smarter than others, you're considered as a STUPID person.

Then, always hear other opinion first even though it comes from a kid.You will find a diamond of knowledge.

ps: Pardon me if my english is horrible and have many grammatical mistakes. It's about..let see. 1,2,3 4 hmmm... 5 months I didn't blog at all or write something in English. :'D








August 02, 2011

How To Memorize Al Quran Kareem





"In this post, you’ll learn one of the most effective strategies I’ve ever come across for doing your hifz of the Quran and building a very close relationship with Allah (swt) in the process…

So, this hifz technique was taught by the Algerian Shaykh Zakariya al-Siddiqi who teaches at the Institute of Human Sciences in France and is one of the foremost scholars of Quran today.
He memorised it by the age of 9 and dedicated his life to studying and teaching it, and he once told us the story of one of his friends. His friend was an engineering student, who was a ’Fresher’ about to embark on a 5 year degree. Let’s call him Ahmed…
Ahmed was an intelligent student who followed one of the oft-forgotten Sunnah’s of Success…
Quran Memorization Tip 1: Wake Up Early
He woke up earlier than most people. In fact, he woke up on time to get to the Mosque to pray Fajr every day. When he got home from the mosque, instead of busying himself with the internet or watching television, he spent the first few minutes of each day memorising the Quran.
Quran Memorization Tip 2: Each Day Memorise Less Than You Think You Can
Ahmed made a firm commitment to memorise the Quran, but instead of rushing in and trying to memorise one or two pages each day (like his friends who gave up before long), he confined himself to learning 5 lines per day.
This worked out to be about 20-30 minutes per day for him.
Quran Memorization Tip 3: Get Familiar First
In order to overcome the initial unfamiliarity with the new verses, he spent the first few minutes each day actually writing out the 5 lines of that day onto a small sheet of paper.
He spent the next few minutes reciting them over and over, and then attempted to memorise them.
Quran Memorization Tip 4: Keep Today’s Verses Close At Hand
As Ahmed went about his day, he often found that he had a few chunks of time – several minutes each. During these times, such as waiting for the bus, or waiting for a teacher to turn up to a class, Ahmed would try to remember the 5 lines from that morning.
To aid his memory, he kept the sheet that he wrote out that morning folded in his pocket, and would pull it out if he was struggling.
Quran Memorization Tip 5: Use What You Memorise In Every Single Salah
To further support his memory, every prayer he prayed that day, he would recite the same 5 verses of Quran that he learned that morning. In each aka’, he would alternate between the 5 lines from that day, and the 5-10 lines he learned the previous days. And remember…
Quran Memorization Tip 6: Keep Track Of Your Goal
With the Uthmani script of the Quran, there are exactly 15 lines per page. So, by the end of the week, Ahmed had not only memorised 2 whole pages of the Quran, but he had written them out in full, too… a very blessed act if ever there was one.
Quran Memorization Tip 7: Perfect Your Tajweed As You Go
On the weekend, Ahmed would visit a local scholar of Quran recitation, and would revise with him the 2 pages he had just memorised, and have a go at the 2 pages he would be working on the following week. This way, he was certain to learn the Quran with accurate tajweed and beautiful recitation.
There was one other secret to Ahmed’s success.
The Spiritual Secrets Of Successful Memorisation…
Once a week, on a weekend evening (usually on a Friday night), Ahmed would wake up in the middle of the night, and pray Tahajjud. During his special Tahajjud prayer, Ahmed would recite the whole two pages he had learned that week, and consolidate them.
At this point, the Shaykh mentioned that perhaps one of the reasons so few people manage to wake up and do this special prayer, which is highly recommended by the Quran and by our beloved Prophet (saw), is that we don’t have anything to recite.
We have so little Quran memorised that there’s no fun or enjoyment in the challenge of waking up for Tahajjud, and we often find even the fard prayers a ’chore’ instead of a pleasure.
The Results…
You can imagine Ahmed’s excitement and feeling of achievement and success 3 months after he started, when he had memorised the entire 1st Juz!
It’s not just the feeling of success and empowerment that the Quran gave him, but also the deep connection with Allah (SWT) he felt every single day.
You can only imagine how proud he must have felt of himself, when upon graduation Ahmed not only received a 1st class degree in engineering (he was 3rd in his class), but he had also officially memorised the entire Quran. He was a hafidh.
Shaykh Zakariya pointed out a final lesson from this blessed brother.
The biggest achievement he made was not to memorise the Quran. The biggest achievement he made was to be deeply connected with the Quran every single day for 5 years.
That connection with Allah (SWT) is what made Ahmed so special. That deep link with the Creator is what keeps life in perspective and is what helped Ahmed to keep on track with the little weekly targets he set for himself.
One can only imagine what happened to Ahmed’s levels of personal fulfilment, Iman and taqwa, as he went back every single day to develop this ritual of ihsan (spiritual excellence). Each day he woke up for Fajr and wrote out another 5 lines of Quran, his self-esteem and self-confidence soared…
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If you want TONNES of more effective strategies to achieve each of your personal Quran goals, check out…
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Can the reward for excellence be anything other than excellence?” Surah Rahman (55: 60)"
credit to : TimeForQuran


July 21, 2011

Choose your own cup.



Coffee?



ps: Busy Busy Busy!


June 27, 2011

Holiday.






On an island in the sun
We'll be playing and having fun
And it makes me feel so fine
I can't control my brain.



June 19, 2011

Terang.



Even in the dark hole, there must have light.



If someone out there have depression right now, I recommend you to read 'How To Turn Life's Lemon into Lemonade, Healthy Thinking' by Dr. Tom Mulholland. His book helped me out from the dark pit hole depression lil bit before :)



June 16, 2011

Kaab bin Malik.





This picture was taken from the teater "Menunggu Kata Dari Tuhan" at UIAM. This teater is all about Kaab bin Malik a.s, the Companion of the Prophet (acted by Sabri Yunus) waiting for the repentance from God because he didn't go to War of Tabuk without any reason.

This is the story that I read when I was Form 3 at Surau Sekolah. For me, it is the longest hadith in the Story of the Prophet's Companion Book.

Please, I recommend you to read his story how hard he want to get repentance from God. Serius menangis terharu time first time bace dulu.

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ps : Sori, post ni sume ttg Behind the Photo Contest 2011 by Bro Long Haffiz. Sbab aku dah follow blog Long Haffiz ni 2 tahun time awal2 jadi blogger, alang2 baru start blogging balek, join je la contest ni.  Sebelum ni, ak dah penah join Contest Baca London, tapi x menang la.haha.

Sape2 rajin, tekan [Like] . 
Okebye.


若い年齢






Berhingus, Jahil, Mistake, First Love, X Matang, Adventure = Youth.


ps: Miss being young and innocent.


June 14, 2011

Unknown?



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ps : Baru nak wat post pasal Theory vs Reality, tapi harini WW#2.


June 12, 2011

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