Archive for 8 Februari 2012


SYAMAIL MUHAMMADIYAH

Alhamdulillah thummal hamdulillah. Kali kedua dapat mengkhatamkan bacaan buku bertajuk Syamail Muhammadiyah ini. Kali pertama dalam kuliah maghrib di Masjid as-Sobirin Kg Sipanggil Putatan dan kali kedua isnin lepas dalam usrah mingguan bersama sahabat-sahabat. Usrah kami biasanya diisi dengan ma’thurat dan sesekali dengan solat hajat khususnya apabila tuan rumah atau salah seorang kami berhajat.

Kemudian kami akan membaca satu demi satu hadith setiap seorang dan akan diterangkan jika perlu. Sebab sebahagian hadith adalah mudah untuk difahami dan sebahagian lagi perlu penjelasan. Begitu juga sebahagian hadith ada maksud-maksud tersirat yang perlu difahami. Seingat saya antara perkara yang membuat teruja ialah berkenaan fizikal nabi, sementara yang menyentuh perasaan ialah makan minum nabi yang amat sederhana dan kisah kewafatan baginda SAW.

Alhamdulillah, kami menamatkan bacaan kitab ini dalam suasana maulidur rasul SAW yang kami adakan di rumah salah seorang sahabat kami. Insya Allah pada minggu mendatang kami akan memilih dan membuka buku baru – satu berkenaan tasauf dan satu lagi tentang haraki. Insya Allah.

UKEC’s Projek Amanat Negara (PAN) held on 29 January 2012 featured the first public debate between UMNO Youth Chief, YB Khairy Jamaluddin, and PKR Director of Strategies, Rafizi Ramli. Taking on a Presidential-style format, the session “Public Policy: Vision 2020 — Is Malaysia Moving Towards the Right Direction?” was civil and diplomatic as the two renowned as passionate voices for their party’s causes squared off. They spoke and in several instances agreed on many issues ranging from Vision 2020, party policies, and race relations, to the rights of students to participate in politics, media access and freedom of assembly.

Projek Amanat Negara (PAN) is an annual initiative — this year in its 9th instalment — that serves as a platform for intellectual discourse between leading figures of the political, social and economic fields and Malaysian students. Examining various key issues relevant to the governance, development and holistic progress of our country, it has been hugely successful in previous years, even providing the impetus to organise the Malaysian Student Leaders’ Summit (MSLS) in Kuala Lumpur annually. This year’s conference hosted the likes of Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz, Datin Paduka Marina Mahathir, YB Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad, Pang KheeTeik (Seksualiti Merdeka), Karim Raslan, and Zainah Anwar (co-founder of Sisters in Islam) among several others

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