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Oh Allah, make us among those you described in your Book,
Those who have khushoo' in their prayers,
Those who are continually observing their prayers and are heedful of them,
Those who are among of those that you love and bless.

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Doa-doa yang sunat dibaca ketika berwudhu'

taken from: http://www.alquran-indonesia.com/index.php?option=com_fireboard&func=view&catid=19&id=29

Oleh : H. Mohamad Fatoni Asyhari, S.Ag


1. Membasuh dua telapak tangan.

اَلْحَمْدُ ِللهِ الَّذِي جَعَلَ اْلمَاءَ طَهُوْرًا

Segala puji bagi Allah Yang Menjadikan air ini bersih/suci.


2. Berkumur.

اَللَّهُمَّ اَسْـقِـنِى مِنْ حَوْضِ نَبِيِّكَ مُحَمَّدٍ صَلَّى اللهُ عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّمَ كَأْسًا لاَ أَظْمَأُ بَعْدَهاَ أَبَدًا

Ya Allah, curahkan segelas air dari telaga Nabimu Muhammad SAW yang tidak akan kehausan setelah itu selama-lamanya.


3. Membasuh hidung.

اَللَّهُمَّ لاَ تَحْرِمْنِى رَائِحَةَ جَـنَّتِكَ

Ya Allah, janganlah Engkau haramkan aku mencium harumnya surgaMu.


4. Membasuh muka.

اَللَّهُمَّ بَيِّضْ وَجْهِى يَوْمَ تَبْيَضُّ وُجُوْهٌ وَتَسْوَدُّ وُجُوْهٌ

Ya Allah, putihkan wajahku pada hari terdapat beberapa wajah menjadi putih dan hitam.


5. Membasuh tangan kanan.

اَللَّهُمَّ اَعْطِنِى كِتاَبِى بِيَمِيْنِى وَحَاسِبْنِى حِسَاباً يَسِيْرًا

Ya Allah, berikanlah kitabku dengan tangan kananku dan hitunglah amalku dengan perhitungan yang mudah.


6. Membasuh tangan kiri.

اَللَّهُمَّ لاَ تُعْطِنِى كِتاَبِى مِنْ يَساَرِىْ وَ لاَ مِنْ وَرَاءِ ظَهْرِىْ

Ya Allah, janganlah Engkau berikan kitabku dengan tangan kiriku dan jangan dari belakang punggungku.


7. Menyapu rambut kepala.

اَللَّهُمَّ حَرِّمْ شَعْرِيْ وَبَشَرِيْ مِنَ النَّارِ وَاَظِلَّنِي تَحْتَ عَرْشِكَ يَوْمَ لاَ ظِلَّ اِلاَّ ظِلُّكَ

Ya Allah, haramkan rambutku dan kulitku dari neraka dan lindungilah aku dari ArsyMu pada hari tidak ada perlindungan kecuali perlindunganMu.


8. Membasuh dua telinga.

اَللَّهُمَّ اجْعَلْنِي مِنَ الَّذِيْنَ يَسْتَمِعُوْنَ اْلقَوْلَ فَيَتَّبِعُوْنَ أَحْسَنَهُ

Ya Allah, jadikanlah aku termasuk orang-orang yang mendengarkan kata dan mengikuti sesuatu yang terbaik.


9. Membasuh dua telapak kaki.

اَللَّهُمَّ ثَبِّتْ قَدَمَّي عَلَى الصِّرَاطِ يَوْمَ تَزِلُّ فِيْهِ اْلاَقْدَامُ

Ya Allah, mantapkan kedua kakiku di atas titian (shirothol mustaqim) pada hari dimana banyak kaki-kaki yang tergelincir.


DOA SESUDAH WUDHU

أَشْهَدُ اَنْ لاَ اِلَهَ اِلاَّ اللهُ وَحْدَهُ لاَ شَرِيْكَ لَهُ وَ أَشْهَدُ أَنَّ مُحَمَّدًا عَبْدُهُ وَرَسُوْلُهُ اَللَّهُمَّ اجْعَلْنِي مِنَ التَّوَّابِيْنَ وَاجْعَلْنِي مِنَ اْلمُتَطَهِّرِيْنَ وَاجْعَلْنِي مِنْ عِبَادِكَ الصَّالِحِيْنَ.

Aku bersaksi bahwa tidak ada tuhan selain Allah yang tidak sekutu bagiNya dan aku bersaksi bahwa Muhammad adalah hamba dan utusanNya. Ya Allah, jadikanlah aku termasuk orang-orang yang bertaubat, jadikanlah aku termasuk orang-orang yang mensucikan diri dan jadikanlah aku termasuk hamba-hambaMu yang shaleh.

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From a forwarded email:

Oleh Ismail bin Abu Bakar

Ada satu doa yang pendek tetapi sangat besar manfaatnya sekiranya diamalkan dalam kehidupan seharian kita. Doa yang dimaksudkan seperti sabda Rasulullah s.a.w seperti berikut:




Rasulullah s.a.w. mengajarkan kepada umatnya satu doa yang jika dibaca tiga kali diwaktu pagi dan tiga kali diwaktu petang akan terhindar lah kepada yang membacanya daripada segala kemudaratan disepanjang hari tersebut. Maksud hadis tersebut adalah seperti berikut:


Rasulullah s.a.w. bersabda: Tidaklah seorang hamba berdoa disetiap pagi dan petang "Dengan nama Allah, yang tidak memberikan mudarat sesuatu di bumi juga di langit dan Dia maha mendengar lagi maha mengetahui" baca tiga kali, maka tidak akan ada yang memudaratkannya, (Hadis riwayat Tirmizi)


Perlu diingatkan disini bahawa insya'Allah kita boleh terlepas daripada kemudaratan yang dinamakan Qada' Muaalaq iaitu ketentuan Allah yang boleh berubah dengan kita berusaha melalui berdoa kepadaNya. Bagaimanapun jika ianya Qada' Mubram iaitu ketentuan Allah yang tidak boleh berubah seperti mati maka kalau ajal telah tiba kita membaca doa ini seribu kali sekali pun pasti kita akan mati.

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We Can Read The Quran




Copied from a friend's email:


Dalam hal ni boleh rujuk buku '" Darah Wanita, Pandangan Ulamak dan Pakar Perubatan" oleh Ustazah Anisah Ab. Ghani.

Sila rujuk dalam mukasurat 99 dan 100.

1. Mazhab Shafi'e, Ahmad dan Hanafi berpendapat wanita haid dan nifas HARAM membaca Al Quran. Mereka berhujah dengan hadis riwayat Ibnu Umar r.a.a. Rasulullah s.a.w. bersabda: maksudnya " Janganlah orang yg berhaid dan berjunub itu membaca sesuatu daripada Al-Quraan". (At-Tirmidzi [131] dan lainnya). Terjemahan ini ana merujuk kepada Kitab Fikh Mazhab Syafie- Jilid 1 m/s 82, Pustaka Salam.

2. Mazhab Maliki dan Ibnu Taimiyyah berpendapat wanita haid HARUS membaca al-Quraan. Antara hujah mereka ialah:

a] Hadis yang di pegang oleh fuqaha' yang mengatakan hukum HARAM membaca al-Quran bagi wanita haid iaitu hadis riwayat Ibnu Umar seperti di atas adalah dhaif. Oleh itu hukum haram membaca al-Quran bagi wanita haid tidak ada dalam sunnah yang sahih.

b] Wanita pada zaman Rasulllah s.a.w. juga didatangi haid. Jika membaca al-Quran hukumnya haram ke atas mereka sebagaimana menunaikan solat, sudah tentu Rasulullah s.a.w. menerangkan hukumnya dan mengajar isteri-isterinya sebagaimana baginda menerangkan hukum menunaikan solat dan puasa bagi wanita haid. Sedang hukum ini ( haram membaca al-Quran) tidak pernah dinukilkan daripada Rasulullah s.a.w. Oleh kerana hukum haram membaca al-Quran bagi wanita haid tidak pernah diterangkan oeh Rasulullah s.a.w., sedangkan wanita sentiasa didatangi haid sejak dulu. Ini menunjukkan Rsulullah s.a.w tidak mengharamkan pembacaan al-Quran di kalangan wanita haid.



English sources:

http://forums.islamicawakening.com/showthread.php?t=2000

Recitation of the Quran During Menses and Post Natal Bleeding

First of all, the Shariah deals with the sexually defiled and menstruating women in very different matters and ways. There are lots of differences between them:

1. The sexually defiled (impure) can at any time he wishes remove that state. He/she can make ghusl (wash) if there is no water then tayammum.

2. Menstruating woman can not do such, she is in that state for as long as Allah (SWT) wills, until her period comes to an end.

Recitiation of the Quran by menstruating and post-partum bleeding women has been made permissible by the Malikis, Shafis, Hanbalis, Abu Hanifa and a number of other scholars. The proof being:

1. Hadith of Bukhari and Muslim concerning the Eid prayer. Narrated Umm `Atiya (RA):

"I heard Allah's Messenger (SAW) that the unmarried virgins and the mature girls and the menstruating women should come out and participate in the good deeds as well as invocations of faithful believers but the menstruating women should keep away from the Musalla - praying place [Salat (prayers)]. Someone asked (Umm `Atiya) (surprisingly) , "Do you say the menstruating women?" She replied, "Doesn't a menstruating woman attend `Arafat (Hajj) and such and such (other deeds)?"

Takbeer is a type of remembrance of Allah (SWT) an supplication is not any different from dhikr.

2. Hadith of Bukhari regarding Aisha (RA) when she got her menses on the way to Mecca. Narrated `Aisha (RA):

"We set out with the sole intention of performing Hajj and when we reached Sarif, (11 k.m. from Makka) I got my menses. Allah's Messenger (SAW) came to me while I was weeping. He said "What is the matter with you? Have you got your menses? I replied, "Yes." He said, "This is a thing Allah (SWT) has ordained for the daughters of Adam. So do what all the pilgrims do with the exception of Tawaf (Circumambulation) round the Ka'bah." `Aisha (RA), added, "Allah's Messenger (SAW) sacrificed cows on behalf of his wives."

Pilgrims make dhikr and read Quran. There was no objection from the Prophet (SAW) and he (SAW) actually "told" Aisha (RA) to do so.

3. Another reason being hardship. A woman might forget what she memorized.

So therefore if there is no text forbidding such an act, one can not conclude that the act is not allowable. The burden of proof is on those who claim that such women can not recite the Quran, and they offer no clear or direct proof.

There is no harm whatsoever in a menstruating woman or post-partum bleeding woman reciting the Quran from their memory without actually touching the Quran.


Touching The Quran During Menstruation and Post-Partum Bleeding

The most often quoted evidences, is an Ayat from the Quran:

"…none can touch but those who are pure…" (Al-Waqi'a 56:79)

A common mistake, is people taking verses and applying it to a particular Fiqh (point). Yet when you study the verse in more detail you will find, in fact, it is not related to the point whatsoever.

"That (this) is indeed an honorable recital (the NobleQuran). In a Book well-guarded (with Allah in the heaven i.e. Al-Lauh Al-Mahfuz). Which (that Book with Allah) none can touch but those who are pure from sins (i.e. the angels). A Revelation (this Quran) from the Lord of the `Alamin (mankind, jinns and all that exists). (Al-Waqi'a 56:77-80)

Put into context this Ayat refers to "…a Book well-guarded, " and this means a Book with Allah (SWT). It is not talking about the physical Quran we have in our presence here.

Ibn Abbas (RA) and others, along with the early scholars, agree that this verse is not talking about the Quran that we have in our hands. A Book well-guarded refers to something that is hidden (Maknoon). It is not referring to the Quran we have in our presence. Early scholars all agree to this conclusion.

"...In a Book well-guarded (with Allah in the heaven i.e. Al-Lauh Al-Mahfuz)." (Al-Waqi'a 56:78)

According to the Tafsir of Tabari and Kathir and also according to Jamal al-deen al-Qasami, this Ayat is not in reference to humans having to be free from impurities.

"Which (that Book with Allah) none can touch but those who are pure from sins (i.e. the angels)." (Al-Waqi'a 56:79)

This verse in reference to the Angels and not mankind. In a Hadith narrated by Abu Hurairah (RA), the Prophet (SAW) states, "a believer never becomes impure."

"The Prophet (SAW) came across me in one of the streets of Medina and at that time I was Janab. So I slipped away from him and went to take a bath. On my return the Prophet said, "O Abu Hurairah! Where have you been?" I replied, "I was Janab, so I disliked to sit in your company." The Prophet said, "Subhan Allah! A believer never becomes impure." (Sahih Bukhari)

There are four possible meanings of Taher (pure) in this Hadith:

1. specifically it means "pure."
2. free from major impurity where it is necessary to make ghusl.
3. free from minor impurity where it is necessary to make wudu.
4. no impurities on physical body

What does Taher mean in this Hadith? How we determine what it means is we look at other evidences that relate.

Evidences

1. A letter sent to the Emperor of Rome by the Prophet (SAW). The Prophet (SAW) had good reason to believe that the Emperor would touch it. Some will argue that a piece of paper is not Quran so this may not be such a strong argument.

2. In Sahih Muslim the Hadith about when Aisha (RA) was sent, by The Prophet (SAW), to go into the Masjid to get a mat. The Prophet (SAW) said to Aisha (RA), "Menstruation is not in your hands." A woman's touch can not be considered impure even while on menses.

"The Messenger of Allah (SAW) said to me: Get me the mat from the mosque. I said: I am menstruating. Upon this he remarked: 'Your menstruation is not in your hands.'" (Sahih Muslim)

1. Hadith that states, "A believer does not become impure." A clear text by The Prophet (SAW). A believer is considered Taher under ALL circumstances. Therefore, believer in this Hadith means Taher. The only one who should touch the Quran is a believer (i.e. A Muslim).

2. Take the Ayat: "None can touch but those who are pure (Taher)." There is no record whatsoever of Prophet (SAW) telling believers not to touch Qu'ran.

Therefore, Taher means believer (Muslim).

There is NO evidence whatsoever that says that a woman who is on her period or a woman who is having post-natal bleeding that she can not touch the Quran. This is a minority opinion, however it is the strongest opinion.

A WOMAN WHO IS ON HER PERIOD MAY RECITE THE QURAN AND A WOMAN WHO IS ON HER PERIOD MAY EVEN TOUCH THE QURAN AND READ IT DIRECTLY FROM A MUSAF (ARABIC). THIS IS A MINORITY OPINION YET IT IS THE STRONGEST OPINION.

There is no evidence to the contrary and the burden of evidence is upon those who say that such women are not allowed to touch or recite the Quran.

The scholars who say the Quran is forbidden to touch in the state of menses and post-partum bleeding, quote a weak Hadith which has in it's chain a person declared a liar by the scholars of Hadith.

"Neither the menstruating woman nor the sexually defiled person is to recite anything from the Qu'ran."

Information from "Fiqh Rulings on Women's Issues" a lecture by Jamaal Al-Din Zarabozo


Reading the Quran During Menses

There is no prohibition from the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) prohibiting a woman from reading the Quran in the state of her menses.

There is no prohibition. The Prophet Muhammad (SAW) did not prohibit it. All we have is the statement of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) that he used to recite the Quran under all conditions except when he was in a state of Janaba that is after having sexual intercourse when it was necessary for him to take a bath.

This is the basis, this is the foundation, from which all of these different opinions are derived. So, some scholars made a comparison between this state of Janaba with that of menses. But of course, they are not the same because the state of Janaba you can remove by merely washing yourself. Taking a bath your state is over. Now you can now read the Quran. Whereas in the state of menses, a woman can not just wash herself then go and read. She is still in that state of menses.

If we are dealing now with the translation of the Quran, translations of the meanings of the Quran, then all this is of NO importance at all because translations of the Quran are not considered to be Quran. So no matter what state you are in, you can read it, you can pick it up, you can touch it, there is no problem at all because the Quran that we have, even if the Arabic text is there too, is still not considered Quran.

The general position which is held in determining what is considered Quran and what is not, is that whenever the words of other than Allah (SWT), in a given text, is more than the words of Allah (SWT), that text is no longer considered Quran because Quran refers to a single verse if we take a verse of Quran by itself this is called Quran also. But if there comes along with this verse, other words, you have given an explanation of it which is more than what constitutes the verse, then this is no longer considered Quran.

This is the juice from the fact, that Prophet Muhammad (SAW) sent messages to the kings of Bizantium and Persia, etc. which had verses of Quran in it. He (SAW) knew full well that these people were going to be in a state of Janaba, that they were kafr and that they would probably tear it up, maybe step on it or whatever.

So we know that it is permissible that once the words of Allah (SWT) are drowned out by the words of other than Allah (SWT), which is the case of the translations of the Quran, then in such case this is not considered to be Quran and as such it is perfectly allowable for a woman to read it under any state.

Information from "Duties of a Muslim Husband" a lecture by Shaikh Abu-Ameenah Bilal Phillips

other source:
http://www.islamqa.com/index.php?ref=5048&ln=eng&txt=recite%20period 

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Iman Zidaine

Muhammad Ridzman Zidaine
 
Iman celebrated his 9th birthday last Wednesday, 01/07/09.
"Happy belated birthday to you my dearest son. I will always pray for your good health and to succeed in life and the hereafter. I will especially pray that you'll become a good son, anak yg soleh."

"kek" pulut kuning - Opah buat especially untuk Iman  Acara memotong kek



Solat khusyuk



Seorang ahli ibadah bernama Isam Bin Yusuf, sangat warak dan khusyuk solatnya. Namun, dia selalu khuatir kalau-kalau ibadahnya kurang khusyuk dan selalu bertanya kepada orang yang dianggapnya lebih ibadahnya, demi untuk memperbaiki dirinya yang selalu dirasainya kurang khusyuk.

Pada suatu hari, Isam menghadiri majlis seorang abid bernama Hatim Al-Assam dan bertanya, "Wahai Aba Abdurrahman, bagaimanakah caranya tuan solat?"

Hatim berkata, "Apabila masuk waktu solat, aku berwudhu' zahir dan batin."

Isam bertanya, "Bagaimana wudhu' zahir dan batin itu?"

Hatim berkata, "Wudhu' zahir sebagaimana biasa iaitu membasuh semua anggota wudhu' dengan air".

Sementara wudhu' batin ialah membasuh anggota dengan tujuh perkara :-
* Bertaubat
* Menyesali dosa yang telah dilakukan
* Tidak tergila-gilakan dunia
* Tidak mencari/mengharap pujian orang (riya')
* Tinggalkan sifat berbangga
* Tinggalkan sifat khianat dan menipu
* Meninggalkan sifat dengki.

Seterusnya Hatim berkata, "Kemudian aku pergi ke masjid, aku kemaskan semua anggotaku dan menghadap kiblat.

Aku berdiri dengan penuh kewaspadaan dan aku rasakan:
1.aku sedang berhadapan dengan Allah,
2.Syurga di sebelah kananku,
3.Neraka di sebelah kiriku,
4.Malaikat Maut berada di belakangku, dan
5.aku bayangkan pula aku seolah-olah berdiri di atas titian 'Siratal mustaqim' dan menganggap bahawa solatku kali ini adalah solat terakhir bagiku, kemudian aku berniat dan bertakbir dengan baik."

"Setiap bacaan dan doa didalam solat, aku faham maknanya kemudian aku rukuk dan sujud dengan tawadhuk, aku bertasyahud dengan penuh pengharapan dan aku memberi salam dengan ikhlas. Beginilah aku bersolat selama 30 tahun."

Apabila Isam mendengar, menangislah dia kerana membayangkan ibadahnya yang kurang baik bila dibandingkan dengan Hatim.


Semoga kita semua ditetapkan iman, dikurniakan nikmat solat yang khusyuk dan segala amal ibadat kita diterima Allah....amin.

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Field Trips


Submarium - The Deep @ Hull

On Tuesday, Akif went for a school trip to Hull, about an hour drive from Sheffield. He went with his classmates, teachers and parents/guardians on two big busses. They went to see the sea animals in a big aquarium (macam Aquaria kat KL tu). Opah were there to accompany Akif.

At the entrance 

 

 

  Dah penat la tu

With another malay friend, Ajmal 

The grand-companion...kepenatan


Weston Park Museum

Last Sunday was a bit warm. The spring has arrived! So we went for a walk to nearby park (baru tau) about 10-15 minutes walk.

Crookes Valley Park  

The park is almost like our own Lake Garden in KL but only smaller. It's actually an old park. It has kids playground, fields for football or cricket and a fish pond for fishing and for the ducks to linger around.

The playground 

 

Then we found a Museum very closeby! It's a small museum, showcasing the animals and history of Sheffield. But a fun-filled museum nevertheless. It's all very interactive and hands-on. There are multimedia shows everywhere and even live-show-slash-science-lab-tutorial where you can see and touch live insects and small creatures. You can stay there all day long and get to absorb all kinds of information. You can just let your children run loose and explore things for themselves without fearing for them to get lost of breaking things up. It's very lively and safe. And it's FREE!

The Weston Park Museum 

Akif in a bee costume  At the bug light-n-show playarea

  Putting on the medieval war ware 
Playing frisbee outside of the museum  Opah resting in the park
Have not been able to post any exciting entries with photos and all.
Have been quite busy with Iman's & Akif's school activities.
Have been busy with my own studies.

Have been busy with moving to our new house (flat) AGAIN.

Hope to be able to put up some new photos and stories when things are sorted out.
InsyaAllah.

My first journal (blog) :-)

This would be my first real attempt to blog (after so many other attemps to try to blog) .
Well actually, I'm writing journals now, not really blogging per se (tak nak ngaku gak tu...:-P).
As I'll be doing lots of researches from now on (InsyaAllah) and would be expected to write papers (articles) out of it, I guess I should be practising on writing (walaupun sgt takde kena mengena with my research :-)).
Anyway,I do have to start with something, don't I? 

So, here goes nothing.
Hope you'll enjoy reading my journal...