Archive for 6 Februari 2011


KAHERAH 5 FEBRUARI

Opposition supporters sleep near Tahrir Square in Cairo February 5, 2011. Egypt’s President Hosni Mubarak, who has reshuffled his government but refused to step down, met some of the new ministers on Saturday, the state news agency said, in a clear rebuff to the hundreds of thousands of people publicly demanding the 82-year-old leader step down. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (EGYPT – Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)

CAIRO, EGYPT – FEBRUARY 05: A protester leads fellow anti-government demonstrators in chants against Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak in Tahrir Square on February 5, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. Demonstrators, who remained in the Cairo’s Tahrir Square following Friday’s mass rally calling for Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to resign, pleaded with the army to stay after hearing reports that they were pulling out. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

CAIRO, EGYPT – FEBRUARY 05: An anti-government protester prays in Tahrir Square on February 5, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. Thousands of anti-government demonstrators continued to occupy the square, demanding the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

Egyptian anti-Mubarak protesters read newspapers at Tahrir square in Cairo, Egypt, Saturday, Feb. 5, 2011. President Barack Obama said Egypt’s Hosni Mubarak should do the statesmanlike thing and make a quick handoff to a more representative government. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)

CAIRO, EGYPT – FEBRUARY 05: Anti-government protesters demand the resignation of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak in Tahrir Square on February 5, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. Thousands of anti-government demonstrators continue to occupy the square, calling for the end of the Mubarak regime. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

CAIRO, EGYPT – FEBRUARY 05: Anti-government protesters search a boy selling bread as he enters Tahrir Square on February 5, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. Thousands of the demonstrators continue to occupy the square, demanding the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)

Soldiers stand guard while opposition supporters pray near Tahrir Square in Cairo February 5, 2011. Egypt’s President Hosni Mubarak, who has reshuffled his government but refused to step down, met some of the new ministers on Saturday, the state news agency said, in a clear rebuff to the hundreds of thousands of people publicly demanding the 82-year-old leader step down. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (EGYPT – Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY RELIGION)

CAIRO, EGYPT – FEBRUARY 05: An Egyptian army general lectures anti-government demonstrators while touring Tahrir Square on February 5, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. The army had planned to clear the demonstrators’ barricades on the edge of the square, and protesters vowed to prevent them from removing their defenses. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

A wounded Egyptian anti-government protestor holds a poster reading in Arabic “I want to be martyr” while sitting on a battered truck serving as a barricade in Cairo’s Tahrir square on February 5, 2011 as Egyptians gather for the 12th consecutive day calling for the end to President Hosni Mubarak’s regime. AFP PHOTO/MARCO LONGARI (Photo credit should read MARCO LONGARI/AFP/Getty Images)


Egyptian anti-government protesters, a Christian (L) and a Muslim woman stand together in Cairo’s Tahrir square on February 05, 2011, as Egyptians gather for the 12th consecutive day calling for the end to President Hosni Mubarak’s regime. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMED ABED (Photo credit should read MOHAMMED ABED/AFP/Getty Images)

An opposition demonstrator gestures in front of tanks on the frontline near Tahrir Square in Cairo February 5, 2011. Egypt’s President Hosni Mubarak, who has reshuffled his government but refused to step down, met some of the new ministers on Saturday, the state news agency said, in a clear rebuff to the hundreds of thousands of people publicly demanding the 82-year-old leader step down. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (EGYPT – Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST IMAGES OF THE DAY)

Alhamdulillah, kurang seminggu untuk genap setahun, kami di Masjid as-Sobirin Kampung Sipanggil Putatan selesai menamatkan bacaan kitab hadith terjemahan Syamail Muhammad SAW yang merupakan himpunan hadith riwayat Imam at-Tirmizi berkenaan keperibadian Junjungan Besar Nabi Muhammad SAW. Yang seronoknya bagi saya kebanyakan jamaah yang hadir memiliki buku ini untuk bacaan dan nota bersama.

Demikianlah dengan serba kekurangan, apatah lagi saya bukan orang yang ahli dalam bidang hadith, kami membaca sedikit demi sedikit. Ada yang mudah difahami dan diikuti, ada yang memerlukan keterangan dan huraian yang panjang dan ada juga ketikanya saya terpaksa menangguhkan huraian hadith-hadith tertentu kerana ingin bertanya lanjut dengan para ustaz yang lain akan maksud hadith-hadith berkenaan.

Sedari awal kami memulakan pada pertengahan Februari tahun 2010, saya suka menjelaskan antara objektif memilih buku berkenaan sebagai bacaan mingguan dalam kuliah maghrib di masjid berkenaan. Antaranya, dengan membaca hadith seumpama itu akan mendekatkan kita dengan diri Rasulullah SAW, lebih menyayangi baginda dan mengikut jejak baginda sedikit demi sedikit.

Barangkali antara bab yang menarik perhatian kebanyakan kami ialah apabila membaca bab-bab yang awal berkenaan susuk tubuh baginda sebagaimana yang diceritakan oleh para sahabat seperti Anas bin Malik RA, Aisyah RA dan lain-lain. Begitu juga tentang makanan, minuman, pakaian serta warna kegemaran nabi SAW yang boleh diikuti oleh umat baginda SAW ini.

Antara yang menaikkan emosi juga ialah berkenaan kesederhanaan hidup baginda SAW yang kadang kala tidak mempunyai bekalan makanan untuk beberapa hari. Begitu juga pada bab terakhir bercerita tentang saat  kewafatan baginda SAW, sikap dan perasaan para sahabat yang sangat mengasihi baginda SAW.

Semoga ada manfaat untuk jamaah yang hadir. Sekurang-kurangnya membaca hadith seumpama ini mendekatkan diri dan menyebabkan kami lebih cinta kepada Rasulullah SAW. Pada minggu hadapan kami akan memulakan buku ‘Indahnya Hidup Bersyariat’ tulisan Dato’ Ustaz Haji Ismail Kamus.

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