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Tuesday, August 4, 2015


AL-QURAN THE GREAT HOLY BOOK
 
  About a hundred years ago, England had a powerful Prime Minister. He was a Christian to a high section of the Anglican Church. His name was Gladstone. One day in the year 1882, he was speaking in the British Parliament on how to weaken the power of Muslims in Egypt so that the British could continue to rule over them.
At one stage he raised a copy of the Holy Qur'an in his hand and said that so long as this book remained with the Muslims in that country and they respected and followed it, the British would never be able to dominate them. He added that the only solution was to try and separate the Holy Qur'an from the Muslims of Egypt.
At the end of the speech; a committee was formed to decide upon ways and means of carrying out Gladstone's recommendation. The committee resolved to send some experts to Egypt who would launch a campaign which would weaken the faith of people and make them suspicious of the truth of the Holy Qur'an. The aim was to discourage people to refer to the Holy Book and gradually make them turn against the Islamic way of life.
In the course of this political and vicious programme, a learned man by the name of Dunlop was sent to Egypt as a teacher. He prepared many books containing lessons which were nothing but propaganda in disguise. One of the lessons on history was based on showing how Egypt was lagging behind and was not making progress because of Islam and the Qur'an. It alleged that people of Egypt were much more civilized prior to the coming of Islam.
Such ill-intentioned programme first succeeded to a small extent in influencing the youths at schools.
Then the Holy men of Al-Azhar university protested to the authorities and demanded that an end be put to it.
Now let us find out what are the qualities of this book which the enemies wished to remove from the Muslims.
The Holy Book is known as Al-Qur'an which means 'The Reading', the reading of the Prophet of Islam who never went to any school. Prophet Muhammad (S) had retired to a cave on Mount Hira not far from Mecca. One day Angel Jibrail (Gabriel) came to him and said “Read”. The Holy Prophet said: “What should I recite?” Jibrail said: “Read in the name of thy Lord, who created; created man out of a mere clot of congealed blood; read; and thy Lord is most bountiful; He who taught (The use of) pen; taught man that which he did not know”.
The Holy Qur'an as word of God, the Almighty, as revealed to his Prophet Muhammad (S) This book gives guidance for our daily life. It appeals to our power of reasoning, and exhorts us to follow the commands of Allah. It is a living miracle of Prophet Muhammad (S), the last of the Prophets who came from God. It is not surprising at all that this Holy Book has remained intact for the last 1400 years. And it shall remain so till the Day of Judgement, for Allah has taken it on himself to protect it.
“Surely we have sent down the reminder (The Qur'an) and we will most surely be its guardian (Sura Al-Hijr, 15:9)
The Qur'an is divided into 114 chapters (Surah). There are in it 6226 verses (Ayat) containing 99,464 words made up of 330,110 letters.
Imam Ja'far Sadiq (a) has said that one should at least recite 50 Ayat everyday. Let us, therefore, value and respect this Great Book by reading it with understanding and follow its teachings.

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

BESTNYA BERJALAN-JALAN
 KAKLONG DAN AFIF SEDANG MEMANDU
 SAYA DAN ASILA SEDANG MEMANDU
KAMI DAH SELESAI MEMANDU

Saturday, December 25, 2010

Berlakon di sekolah.

Semasa persembahan sudah start.


Saya berlakon sebagai salji lebat.

Saya dan Mariama.




Saya , Afif dan Asilah.





















Saturday, December 11, 2010

Monday, December 6, 2010

Salam Muharram....


Salam Awal Muharram utk Semua.....


Dari Huda & Asila...

Friday, December 3, 2010

Sommerfest.

Muka Muhammad diwarna oleh cikgu saya.
Yang ini besar pulak dia punya gambar.


ini gambar kek yang ibu saya buat pulak.


Ini saya , Asilah dan Afif tengah tunggu untuk warna muka.



Ini gambar Afif.




Monday, July 26, 2010

The Pious Man and the Shopkeeper islamic story


The Pious Man and the Shopkeeper islamic story


There lived a pious man all by himself, who spent most of his time in praying, fasting and praising Allah. Almost all his waking hours were utilised in meditation and devotions. He was very happy with his spiritual progress. No wicked thoughts came to his mind and no evil temptations entered his heart.

One night, he dreamt a rather disturbing dream. He saw that a shopkeeper in the town was far superior to him in spirituality and that he must go to him to learn the basics of true spiritual life.

In the morning, the pious man went in search of the shopkeeper. He found him busy with his customers, selling goods and collecting money with a cheerful face. He sat there in a corner of the shop and watched the shopkeeper carefully. No signs of any spiritual life at all, he said to himself. His dream could not be true. But then he saw the shopkeeper disappear to pray his Salah. When he returned, he was busy dealing with money matters again.

The shopkeeper noticed the pious man sitting in the corner and asked: "As Salamu Alaikum, would you like something, brother?"

"Wa Alaikum As Salam. Oh! No! No!" said the pious man. "I don't want to buy anything, but I want to ask you a question." He then related his dream.

"Well, that is very simple to explain," said the shopkeeper, "but you will have to do something for me before I answer your question."

"I will do anything for you," replied the pious man.

"All right! Take this saucer; there is some mercury in it. Go to the other end of the street and come back fast within half an hour. If the mercury falls out of the saucer, you will hear nothing from me. There you go now."

The pious man took the saucer and started running. The mercury nearly wobbled out of the saucer. He saved it just in time, and slowed down. Then he remembered he had to return within half an hour, so he started walking at a fast pace. At long last he returned puffing and panting. "Here is your mercury, safe and sound," he told the shopkeeper. "Now tell me the true interpretation of my dream."

The shopkeeper looked at the pious man's weary condition and asked him: "Well, friend, how many times did you remember Allah while you were going from this end of the street to the other?"

"Remember Allah!" exclaimed the pious man. "I did not remember Him at all. I was so worried about the mercury in the saucer."

"But I do remember Him all the time," said the shopkeeper. "When I am doing my business, I am also carrying mercury in a saucer. I am fair, honest and kind to my customers. I never forget Allah Ta'ala in my dealings with other men."

"Men whom neither trade nor sale (business) diverts from the remembrance of Allaah (with heart and tongue) nor from performing As‑Salaah (Iqaamat‑as‑Salaah) nor from giving the Zakaah. They fear a Day when hearts and eyes will be overturned (out of the horror of the torment of the Day of Resurrection). That Allaah may reward them according to the best of their deeds, and add even more for them out of His Grace. And Allaah provides without measure to whom He wills" [Al Quran, Surah an-Noor 24:37-38]

Sumber : http://www.islamcan.com/islamic-stories/the-pious-man-and-the-shopkeeper.shtml
Salam,
Nabilatul Huda Abdul Aziz,
26 Julai 2010.