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POGRAM JELAJAH KEMBARA BERMULA <b>DI BESUT</b>

Posted: 03 Aug 2011 10:09 PM PDT

Oleh: MOHAMMAD ISHAK


Saidi dan Azizah meletakkan jalur gemilang pada kenderaan yang melalui jalan Jertih-Kota Bharu.

JABATAN Penerangan Terengganu (PMT) mendahului jabatan dan agensi lain di negeri ini membangkitkan semangat patriotik di kalangan rakyat dengan menganjurkan program Kembara Ramadan Jalur Gemilang 2011.

Program tujuh hari membabitkan daerah Setiu, Hulu Terengganu, Kuala Terengganu, Marang, Dungun dan berakhir di Kemamam.

Pengarahnya, Azizah Awang berkata, menerusi program itu selain peserta menjelajah menggunakan kereta mereka juga akan menyertai komuniti setempat dengan majlis berbuka puasa dan sahur di masjd dan lokasi yang dipilih.


Katanya, program itu bertujuan menyemarakkan semangat patriotik dan cintakan tanah air di kalangan masyrakyat menerusi pelbagai aktiviti yang dirancang.

Menurutnya, daerah Besut yang dipilih sebagai lokasi pertama program itu dimulai dengan perarakan kereta proton wira yang membawa jalur gemilang bermula di Dataran Ketara dan berakhir di Masjid Padang Luas, dekat Jertih.


Seorang penduduk menerima hamper sempena Program Kembara Ramadan Jalur Gemilang anjuran Jabatan Penerangan Terengganu

Sebaik tiba di perkarangan masjid berkenaan peserta disambut oleh penduduk setempat dan meneruskan aktiviti dengan menyertai solat asar berjemaah sebelum mendengar ceramah oleh imam masjid terbabit.

Program yang dirasmikan oleh Penolong Kanan Pegawai Daerah Besut (Pembangunan Fizikal), Saidi Salleh @ Sulong, kemudian menyampaikan sumbangan hamper kepada golongan kurang berada di kampong berkenaan.

Sebagai tanda menyemarakkan semangat kebangsaan rombongan berkenaan kemudian mengagihkan 3,500 jalur gemilang kepada pemandu kenderaan yang melalui jalan Jertih ke Kota Bharu,Kelantan.


Orang ramai berbuka puasa bersama peseta konvoi yang diadakan di Masjid Padang Luas, Jertih.

Sebaik selesai pengagihan jalur gemilang peserta dan penduduk setempat menyertai majlis berbuka puasa yang di adakan di perkarangan masjid terbabit.

Seorang penduduk, Razali Che Noh,43, ketika ditemui menyifatkan program itu amat berjaya kerana penganjur mampu mendekati komuniti dengan aktiviti keagamaan dan
riadah dan sesuai dilaksanakan sempena Ramadan.

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Pusat Meteorologi akan dirasmi | Darul Iman

Posted: 16 Sep 2011 06:53 PM PDT

BESUT 16 Sept. (Utusan Malaysia) – Pejabat Meteorologi Gong Kedak yang baharu, di Kilometer 8, Jalan Kuala Besut dekat sini yang telah beroperasi Januari lalu akan dirasmikan pada 20 September ini.

Upacara perasmian akan disempurnakan oleh Menteri Sains, Teknologi dan Inovasi, Datuk Seri Dr. Maximus Johnity Ongkili.

Pengarah Meteorologi negeri, Azmi Daud dalam satu kenyataan berkata, premis baharu itu merupakan sebuah banglo menelan kos RM4.1 juta dan menempatkan 18 kakitangan.

"Sejak kewujudannya pada tahun 2007, Pejabat Meteorologi Gong Kedak mula beroperasi dengan menumpang di bangunan Tentera Udara Diraja Malaysia (TUDM) sebelum dipindahkan ke pejabat milik sendiri di sini," katanya di sini baru-baru ini.

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Relax - The land of palaces at heritage village

Posted: 22 Sep 2011 08:52 PM PDT

The land of palaces at heritage village

By Putri Zanina,  New Straits Times  |  Thu, Sep 22 2011

On the shores of Pantai Penarik, Terengganu, lies a cluster of century-old Malay houses that reflect the architecture of a lost kingdom.

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RM8.35j bina rumah <b>di Ketengah</b> | Darul Iman

Posted: 13 Aug 2011 09:37 AM PDT

Oleh FAUZI MOHD. - utusanterengganu@utusan.com.my

KUALA TERENGGANU 12 Ogos – Lembaga Kemajuan Terengganu Tengah (Ketengah) memperuntukan RM8.35 juta bagi membina 123 unit rumah baharu pelbagai jenis bagi menampung pertambahan penduduk dalam wilayahnya.

Pengurus Besarnya, Datuk Hamzah Ngah berkata, ia melibatkan pembinaan 79 unit rumah mampu milik dan 44 unit rumah kos sederhana rendah itu menjadikan jumlah keseluruhan rumah yang dibina Ketengah sehingga kini 4,063 unit.

Menurutnya, 19 unit rumah kos sederhana rendah dibina di Bandar Al-Muktafi Billah Shah (AMBS), Bukit Besi dan di Cheneh Baru, Kemaman masing-masing sembilan unit dan Ketengah Jaya berjumlah tujuh unit dengan kos RM3.53 juta.

"Manakala 44 unit rumah mampu milik dibina di AMBS dan 35 unit di Cheneh Baru membabitkan kos RM4.82 juta," katanya kepada pemberita di majlis Berbuka Puasa Ketengah bersama Media di Primula Beach Hotel dekat sini, baru-baru ini.

Tambah Hamzah, pembangunan di sekitar bandar AMBS turut menjadi pemangkin kepada keperluan perumahan termasuk pembinaan Asrama Berkelompok Yayasan Terengganu dan Kolej Ketengah.

Katanya, kewujudan pelbagai institusi kerajaan seperti Jabatan Pelajaran, Jabatan Bomba dan Penyelamat, Polis dan Jabatan Pengangkutan Jalan di bandar itu turut mendorong permintaan terhadap keperluan rumah.

Selain itu katanya, pembinaan Kompleks Penjara, kampus Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) serta pembinaan Lebuh Raya Pantai Timur dan persimpangan Bukit Besi membawa kesan langsung kepada keperluan perumahan.

"Pada masa yang sama, pembangunan yang sedang berlaku di Tasik Kenyir juga telah menyebabkan keperluan itu meningkat dengan ketara.

"Ini termasuklah bagi keperluan kakitangan Ketengah serta agensi lain yang bertugas di sekitar tasik itu lebih-lebih lagi apabila zon bebas cukai di Pulau Bayas beroperasi pada akhir tahun 2012," ujarnya.

Justeru itu, kata Hamzah, Ketengah menyeru pihak pemaju perumahan dan syarikat-syarikat swasta agar dapat memainkan peranan membantu memajukan perumahan di wilayah itu.

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SHARIAH AND LEGAL ISSUES IN HOUSE BUYING IN MALAYSIA <b>...</b>

Posted: 24 Sep 2011 04:14 AM PDT

Part One

ABSTRACT

The primary duties of Islamic banks and financial institutions in Malaysia are to carry out Islamic banking and financial activities and to offer products that are in accordance with the Islamic teachings. These products are subject to the scrutiny and approval of Bank Negara's Shariah Advisory Council (SAC) and the internal Shariah Advisory Bodies (SAB) or the Shariah Committees of the respective financial institutions. Despite having been in existence for more than 25 years, in the authors' view, it is still questionable whether or not the Islamic banks and financial institutions in Malaysia have been satisfactorily carrying out these duties. One area worth examining is the transaction involving house buying, particularly the one that falls under the purview of the Housing Development (Control and Licensing) Act 1966 (Act 118) and transactions involving houses pending completion. This paper examines this area of transaction and the loan agreement, affected via Bay' Bithaman al-Ajil (BBA), provided by Islamic banking and financial institutions in Malaysia….. The paper concludes that the current practice of the BBA contradicts with the teachings of Islam and should therefore be modified and revamped until it is fully able to protect the interests of the purchasers/borrowers.

Keywords: Bay' Bithaman al-Ajil, Gharar al-Fahish, Islamic Banking Law, abandoned housing projects, Malaysia

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It is a trite practice in Malaysia that for some who wish to purchase a house, specifically a transaction falling under the Housing Development (Control and Licensing) Act 1966 (Act 118), they will seek to obtain a loan from an Islamic bank or the IWB. Before the purchasers apply for a housing loan from an Islamic Bank or IWB, they should have entered into agreements of sale and purchase with the licensed developers. Once the said agreements are executed and enforceable, the purchasers may apply for loans from an Islamic Bank or IWB to finance the balance purchase price of the property. The purchasers are required to execute two agreements to facilitate this; firstly, the Property Purchase Agreement (PPA) and secondly, the Property Sale Agreement (PSA). The first agreement (PPA) provides that the purchasers agree to sell the property, which he purchased from the developer, at the price similar to the price he agrees with the developer, to that particular Islamic Bank or IWB and on the undertaking that they (the purchasers) are to re-purchase the property from the Bank. The second agreement is the Property Sale Agreement (PSA). Under this agreement (PSA), the property (which has been vested in the Bank) is sold by the Bank back to the purchasers, at an increased price. The purchasers are required to repay the Bank this price, by way of installments for a specified duration until the sale price is fully settled. The Bank will get a profit, being the difference between the price stipulated in the PPA or the said agreement and the price stated in the PSA (the sale price).

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Although judicial decisions have held that BBA does not involve elements of riba',…, the BBA that is being practised in Malaysia may not be valid on the ground of the elements of gharar al-fahish contained in it. Hence, following the elaboration on the gharar al-fahish (exorbitant gharar) and some judicial decisions that the BBA contains the riba' element, the following are the findings… in respect of the BBA, as practised in Malaysia by the Islamic financial institutions:

 1)         The BBA is void for it inherently may involve the possible (ihtimal)…, occurrence of gharar al-fahish elements, particularly in the case of a transaction financing houses pending completion. The elements of gharar al-fahish are the grievances of the purchasers in abandoned housing projects which have been elaborated above. This view is based on the provisions of the legal texts (Quran and Sunnah) and Qiyas;

 2)         In houses pending completion, where the transaction involves the application of Schedules G, H, I and J of the Housing Development (Control and Licensing) Regulations 1989 or otherwise, normally the purchaser/borrower may pay some portion of the price as a deposit. However, on the payment of the deposit and on the execution of the sale and purchase agreement with the developer, the purchaser applies for a housing loan (BBA) from an Islamic bank to finance the balance purchase price. This is affected by the PPA and PSA, as well as other documents, such as the charge document or deed of assignment, as the case may be. Normally, in the purchase of a house, the purchaser pays a deposit representing 10% of the purchase price. The balance purchase price (90%) will be paid by the Bank to the vendor/developer progressively. The bank granting the loan (90% of the purchase price) to the purchasers to complete the sale will charge the said house as collateral to the loan. The title to the housing unit will not be registered into the purchaser's name until and unless the purchaser has fully settled that loan (90% of the purchase price), together with the profit margin (the sale price), to the bank. Once the purchaser has fully settled the sale price (usually in installments), the bank will then discharge the collateral (the house as the security to the loan) and allow the transfer of the house into the purchaser's name. The issue is, whether the purchaser/borrower, in this circumstance, has acquired full ownership (milk al-tam) warranting him to become the full and absolute legal owner (not just being an equitable and beneficial owner) to the purported house on the payment of the deposit and on the execution of the sale and purchase agreement, when his name has yet to be registered as the registered proprietor of the property at the land office? It is still doubtful that he has obtained any legal ownership (milk al-tam) to the purported house to warrant him to 'sell' the purported house to the Islamic bank for the latter to re-sell the purported house to him (the purchaser/borrower) in accordance with Bay' al-Inah and Murabahah principles …. Thus, in transactions involving houses pending completion, the issue of ownership of the purported uncompleted house is still unresolved. In other words, the ownership is not a full (milk ghair al-tam) and not an unconditional ownership but an incomplete ownership (equitable/beneficial ownership). Incomplete ownership does not give any absolute power/authority on the part of the purchaser to sell the purported house to Islamic Bank…. Be that as it may,…the BBA, still is not acceptable under the Islamic law, as the ownership of the purchaser over the house is still incomplete (milk ghair al-tam), which can justify the selling of the house by the purchaser to the bank and for the bank to re-sell the house to purchaser, under bay' al-Inah and murabahah modes. This is to avoid possibility of gharar in the transaction. It follows that the charge created over the house (which still under milk ghair al-tam) as the security to the BBA may also not valid under Islamic law, as the house is still not absolutely/fully owned (milk ghair al-tam) by the purchaser/borrower to warrant the selling of the said house to the bank for the bank to re-sell back the house under the BBA transaction;

 3)         It is opined that, the current practice of the BBA seems absurd, in the sense that the house, which is subject to the charge being a security to BBA, is also considered under the ownership of the bank. The bank's ownership over the house is explicitly stated in the PPA and PSA. How could the bank as the 'owner' of the house, become a 'chargee' to their own asset? Thus, the positions and status of the house, the charge, the ownership, the purchaser, the bank and the developer in the BBA transaction are ambiguous and not certain. This can lead to gharar al-fahish. It should be noted, notwithstanding a charge is created against the land and in abandoned housing unit, in the event of default on the BBA repayment by the purchaser, the bank may also not be able to enforce the charge as the house is still not complete and the fact that there is a term in the statutory standard sale and purchase agreement (pursuant to clause 2(2) of the Schedules G, H, I and J of Housing Development (Control and Licensing) Regulations 1989), which excludes the charged land from being subject to a foreclosure. Furthermore, it is doubtful if there is any interested buyer to bid for the purchase of the incomplete house/project (abandoned housing unit);

 4)         The BBA is void, based on the judicial decisions, on the ground that the practice is inequitable and unfair to the general public. The inequitable elements are that the profit margin is higher than the debt owed. This would amount to a riba transaction. Secondly, if the borrower defaults, he has to pay the whole amount of the debt and the profit margin for the whole repayment of the installment period without being entitled to any equitable and appropriate rebate. This practice in the BBA will lead to an inequitable and unconscionable mode of transaction. On the contrary, this rebate is applicable in the conventional system in the house financing loan (Malayan Banking Bhd vs. Ya'kup bin Oje & Anor [2007] 6 MLJ, pp. 390, 399 & 417). Inequitable and unconscionable mode of transaction is prohibited under the Islamic Law (al-Nisa'(4): verse 29), al-Nahl (16): verse 90, Al-A'raf (7): 85 & Al-Syu'araa'(26): 183);

5)         There will be no adversity (hardship) in rejecting the Malaysian style of BBA. In other words, the degree of necessity (darurah) does not exist currently in Malaysia, for allowing the practice of the BBA (hybrid of Bay' al-Inah and murabahah), which are rejected by majority of jurists as it may involve the riba' elements. Instead other modes which are more equitable should be implemented such as musharakah (partnership) or Ijarah (lease) or that the current terms in BBA are radically revamped to the effect of eliminating the elements of gharar, riba, and other inequitable terms. Some quarters may argue that the current practice of the Malaysian style of BBA is for the maslahah/maslahah amah/maslahah al-mursalah (public interest) of the ummah (Muslim society), in line with the maqasid al-Shariah…istihsan and 'urf. However, to reply this, the purported maslahah mursalah, istihsan and 'urf  must not be in derogation of the express provisions of the primary texts (Quran and Sunnah), which clearly prohibit gharar, riba', and other inequitable/unjust practices. It (BBA) may be applicable if there is a necessity (darurah) for it or if not in use this may cause hardship to the people. However, the degree of necessity (darurah) or hardship to justify the practice of the Malaysian style of BBA in Malaysia, it is opined, are still not proven (premature/fictitious). The persons in authority (the Government of Malaysia, Bank Negara, and Shariah Advisory Committee/Body), it is submitted, have the means and ability to replace the Malaysian style of BBA in house financing with better products, but they do not resort to them. This is sinful. This is akin to the requirement that to perform the obligatory prayer (solah fardu), one shall have to stand up (qiyam). If he has the ability to stand up (qiyam) without any difficulty or hardship, but instead he chooses to pray by sitting down, his prayer is rejected as the rukun (pillar) of the obligatory prayer (solah fardu) has not been fulfilled…. Similarly in house financing, the persons in authority have the ability and means to use better Islamic products, such as musharakah and ijarah in house financing to avoid the occasion of riba' by way of helah (as in the BBA which utilizes Bay' al-Inah and Murabahah modes) and other inequitable modes of transaction (such as no rebate given if any early settlement is made); however, they choose the BBA (the Malaysian style of BBA). The reason for this may be economic and/or maximization of profit factors. Thus on this footing, it is opined, the rationale and reason for adopting the Malaysian style of BBA are not satisfactorily sound;

6)         If a housing project fails and is subsequently abandoned, the purchasers are still required to pay the monthly installments to the Bank. There is no term in the BBA that protects the interest of the purchasers if in the course of construction, the houses are abandoned;

7)         The banks absolve any liability for ensuring the completion of the houses. The banks do not consider the grievances faced by the abandoned housing projects' purchasers. What the bank want is, it is submitted, the installment moneys of the BBA must be fully settled by aggrieved purchasers;

8)         Purchasers are persons aggrieved if abandonment occurs as they must pay monthly installments and they cannot occupy the purported houses. Consequently, they have to rent other premises and face other grievances, pecuniary and non-pecuniary. There is no term in the BBA which can provide measures to face these problems;

9)         In BBA, through the PSA, the banks are the owners of the property. Logically, the owners are obligated to ensure that the purported houses will be duly completed and duly handed over to purchasers and the titles can be registered in the purchasers' names. There is no guarantee that at the end of the day, if the project is abandoned or the property has not been duly constructed, the bank as the owner must either do whatever is necessary to protect the interests of the purchasers or to compensate the purchasers or to return back all the moneys paid to them (restitution and indemnity). Apparently, there is no term prescribing this duty on the banks in the PPA and PSA;

10)     There are no preventive and curative measures provided in the BBA, especially in the PSA, to avoid losses on the part of the purchasers due to the abandonment of houses they purchased;

11)     There is no term in the BBA which provides the purchasers with the right to sue the bank for the calamities that have occurred or the right to claim compensation and damages. Meanwhile, the provisions such as defect liability period, protection against sub-standard housing constructions, the guarantee that the titles to the property are to be registered into the purchasers' name upon full settlement of the loan and compensation for late delivery of vacant possession and the obligation of the bank to obtain the certificate of completion and compliance (CCC), must also be made clear and provided in the BBA. This suggestion is made bearing in mind that the owner of the house (i.e. the bank, is effected through the PPA) must be responsible to hand over the duly completed house to purchaser in receipt and as a consideration of the specified amount of sale price by way of monthly installments paid by the purchasers (effected through the PSA).

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Tanah Lot Bangunan <b>di</b> Kg <b>Jabor</b> Chukai Kemaman

Posted: 06 Mar 2011 08:54 PM PST

[unable to retrieve full-text content]RM230,000.00. Harga Boleh Dirunding. Lokasi Tanah. Keluasan : 2326 Meter Persegi. Lokasi : Kg Jabur Mak Chili Kemaman. Status Tanah : Bangunan. Tanah Rezab Melayu.

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Pak Rasli, tukang kasut <b>di</b> Pasar <b>Jerteh</b>, <b>Besut</b>, Terengganu

Posted: 08 Sep 2011 12:00 AM PDT

Kedai bundle, satu istilah yang agak eksklusif di rantau ini dan ia mempunyai pengikutnya tersendiri.

Kedai berkenaan kebiasaannya menjual barangan terpakai yang jarang didapati dan berjenama seperti kemeja-T dan kasut.

Antara barangan bundle yang paling popular ialah kasut. Kebiasaannya ia barangan yang berjenama, edisi eksklusif, dan dijual pada harga yang murah berbanding harga asal. Namun kadang-kadang kasut seumpama datang dalam saiz yang tertentu sahaja.

Di sinilah perkhidmatan Rasli Ishak mendapat permintaan ramai.

Lelaki berusia 60 tahun ini yang juga dikenali sebagai Pak Rasli, adalah tukang kasut di Pasar Jerteh, Besut, Terengganu dengan sejumlah pelanggan setia.

Pelanggan akan membayar jumlah yang minimum kepada beliau untuk membaiki bahagian kasut yang koyak dan berlubang dan beliau tidak sedikit pun berasa kecewa.

Selepas kerja membaiki itu siap, kasut berkenaan akan kelihatan seolah-olah kasut baru.

Rasli memulakan kerjanya sebagai tukang kasut di bandar Jerteh sejak tahun 1971. Ketika ditemui di kedainya yang berukuran 3 x 4 meter di Blok B, Pasar Tambahan Jerteh, Pak Rasli berkata, kemahiran menjahit barangan kulit terutama kasut dipelajari daripada ayahnya Ishak Awang, 85, yang juga seorang pereka kasut di Istana Nilam Puri, Kelantan pada satu ketika dahulu.

"Pada mulanya susah bagi saya untuk mengikuti kemahiran menjahit barangan kulit ini kerana ia memerlukan kesabaran yang tinggi, namun dorongan dan tunjuk ajar ayah membolehkan saya akhirnya mencari rezeki dengan kerja ini," katanya.

Menurut Rasli yang berasal dari Kota Bahru, Kelantan, dengan bermodalkan RM800, beliau memulakan perniagaan membaiki kasut dan barangan kulit selepas beberapa tahun berguru dengan bapanya.

Pada awal kedainya dibuka, Rasli terpaksa menumpang untuk mencari tempat berniaga di celah-celah ruang pasar lama yang tidak selesa dan kurang mendapat sambutan pelanggan.

Beliau mendapat ruang khas bagi membuka sebuah kedai menjahit kasut di bandar Jerteh beberapa tahun setelah memulakan perniagaannya di bandar itu.

"Ayah berikan saya peralatan untuk membaiki kasut iaitu 'tapak tiga'. Tapak tiga yang ayah beri masih saya guna sehingga hari ini," katanya.


Berkat usaha tanpa mengenal lelah dalam bidang yang diceburinya, Rasli mampu membesarkan lapan anak sehinggalah mereka kini dewasa.

Sejak menularnya trend membeli barangan bundle di daerah Besut, beliau berkata rezekinya juga semakin bertambah.

"Sekarang ramai yang suka membeli kasut berjenama daripada penjual bundle dan mereka akan pasti mencari saya untuk menjahit kasut maupun beg-beg kulit yang dibeli sekiranya terdapat yang terkoyak sedikit.

Mementingkan kualiti kerja

"Saya mementingkan kualiti kerja dan terpaksa berhati-hati apabila menjahit kerana kadang-kadang kasut yang dibawa pelanggan adalah berjenama dan ada sesetengah menjualnya kembali setelah dibaiki dengan harga yang lebih tinggi berbanding yang dibeli," jelasnya lagi.

Begitulah juga dengan beg kulit yang dibawa untuk dibaiki kadang-kadang bernilai tinggi yang antaranya berharga RM500 hingga RM1,000 setiap satu.

Rasli dan isterinya, Rohani Sidek, 48, seorang penjahit pakaian turut kesal kerana tidak ramai anak muda yang ingin menceburi bidang menjahit kasut sepertinya.

Namun begitu, di sebalik kejayaan yang dicipta, Rasli juga mengakui seperti perniagaan lain beliau juga tidak lekang dengan masalah terutama ketika tiba musim tengkujuh.

"Setiap hujung tahun apabila tiba musim banjir perniagaan saya turut merosot kerana pada musim sebegini ramai tidak gemar memakai kasut malah lebih gemar memakai selipar," jelasnya.

Katanya, beliau melihat generasi muda kini semakin kurang dan tidak berminat membaiki kasut.

"Kalau industri tradisional lain seperti pengeluaran makanan, membuat perabot termasuk bahan kraf tangan telah diambil alih oleh mesin rekaan teknologi moden tetapi kerjaya menjahit kasut masih dilakukan secara lama tidak mampu ditukar ganti seperti yang saya lakukan ini," katanya.

Rasli bersyukur kerana dengan tiadanya alatan dan mesin moden menjahit kasut, kerjaya menjahit kasut secara manual ini terus hidup dan tidak terjejas.

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Panitia ICTL SDAR: Keputusan Pertandingan Menghasilkan <b>...</b>

Posted: 23 Sep 2011 07:17 PM PDT

Berikut adalah keputusan bagi pertandingan menghasilkan persembahan multimedia  (Movie) menggunakan program Windows Movie Maker. Tahniah kepada pelajar yang telah berjaya dipilih sebagai pemenang. Kepada pelajar yang tidak berjaya, jangan putus asa, hadiah saguhati ada disediakan bagi menghargai setiap usaha yang telah dilakukan. Terima kasih atas komitmen yang diberikan.

Kelas 2AB
Tempat Pertama : 
AMIRUL HARRIS BIN ZULKHARNAIN
Tempat Kedua : 
MUHAMAD SYAFIQ B NORDIN
Tempat Ketiga :
ABU BAKR B GHAZALI
Saguhati :
AZIZUL HAKIM B ZUHAIRI
MUHAMMAD AFIQ B ASMADI
MUHAMMAD HILMI B NORDIN
MUHAMMAD ALIFF AKRAM B MOHD SENARI


Kelas 2RK
Tempat Pertama :
SAR SHAQIR ZUFAYRI B SANALEH



Kelas 2UO
Tempat Pertama :
AMIRUL AFIQ B ZAIRULAKMAR
Tempat Kedua :
SYAKIR ZUFAIRI B ZURAIDI
Tempat Ketiga :
AIMAN AMIERUL B JAAFAR
Anugerah Khas :
AZMIR B BAHARI
Saguhati :
MUHAMMAD ALIFF LOQMANN B DAMAN HURI
MUHAMMAD FAIQ HAIKAL B FAI`IZAL

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Suspek Ketiga Kes Culik Gadis <b>di Kuala Besut</b> Ditahan - Teganuku..

Posted: 20 Aug 2011 08:30 AM PDT

Imbas Kembali - Beberapa orang ahli keluarga mangsa menunjukkan tempat gadis 15 tahu dilarikan di Kuala Besut, Terengganu 12 Ogos lalu.

Seorang pemuda 23 tahun yang merupakan suspek ketiga kes culik gadis berumur 15 tahun di Kampung Alor Peroi, Kuala Besut pada 12 Ogos lalu berjaya ditangkap pagi semalam.

Ketua Polis Daerah Besut, Superintendan Kamaruddin Zakaria, berkata suspek ditangkap ketika sedang tidur di sebuah rumah tidak bernombor di Kampung Gong Manok, Semerak di Kelantan oleh polis pada kira-kira 10.30 pagi.

Katanya, suspek cuba melawan dengan menggunakan sebilah parang yang diletakkan di bawah bantal tetapi kecekapan anggota polis dapat memberkasnya selepas berlaku pergelutan.

"Suspek direman selama seminggu bermula hari ini," katanya pada sidang
media di Ibu Pejabat Polis Kampung Raja hari ini.

Siasatan mendapati suspek adalah positif dadah dan pernah ditahan kerana
terbabit dengan kes jenayah seksual, katanya.

Dalam kejadian kira-kira jam 9.15 malam, 12 Ogos lalu, suspek bersama dua individu lain melarikan gadis berkenaan di depan sebuah kedai runcit di Kampung Alor Peroi, Kuala Besut dengan sebuah kereta Perodua Kancil.

Tindakan pantas bapa gadis berkenaan melaporkan kejadian itu kepada pihak polis menemukan gadis berkenaan yang disembunyikan di sebuah rumah tidak
bernombor di Kampung Gong Manok, Pasir Putih, Kelantan.

Dua lelaki berumur 25 dan 17 tahun berjaya diberkas tetapi suspek ketiga telah melarikan diri terlebih dahulu sebelum polis sampai.

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slumber + cooLfever: berbasikal ke <b>bukit besi</b> 1

Posted: 09 Sep 2011 02:32 AM PDT

hadoii.. lamer benar aku tak update blog ni. dah beberapa bulan dah.

so dengan itu aku memang konpem dah takde orang visit sini. T.T ..

takpe, ramadhan baru berakhir aku sabar ye.

mule2 aku citer dulu pasal amende yang berlaku sekitar aku dari

A sampai Z.  dari sebelum puasa sampai raye, barulah aku update

pasal mende lain.. kalau korang bosan, aku tetap nak pakse korang bace.

ok. yang pertame.

'pengalaman aku berbasikal ke bukit besi'.

alah.. berbasikal je.. tu pun nak kecoh.. ehem2. kalau setakat naik

basikal gedek2, aku pun taknak story. tapi lebih kurang sebulan yang

lepas la, kelab basikal bawah uitm ade wat satu aktiviti. kitorang

perlu berbasikal dari dungun ke bukit besi sejauh 40 km. yela, memang

takleh kalahkan pelumba2 basikal, tapi tetap jauh kan? ala kalau tak

jauh pun, korang anggap la jauh, leh aku bangga sikit ngan kudrat aku

yang mengayuh basikal letih2 ni.

kitorang bertolak pagi dalam kul 8, pastu sampai kat bukit besi dalam

pukul 11 lebih. alhamdulillah sepanjang perjalanan takde la kejadian yang

tak dingiini berlaku. cume semasa perjalanan tu ade la sekor babi

melintas jalan. orang2 yang tak penah tengok babi tu mula la kecoh2

"ehhh! tengok tu! babiii!". mungkin babi tu comel sangat kot sampai

diorang exited macam tu.




*gambar babi tak di snap sebab haramm

lepas sampai, kaum2 lelaki siap2 nak gi solat jumaat, sebab hari tu

hari jumaat. kalau hari lain, maka takde la solat jumaat. diorang balik

je dari masjid, kitorang makan. pastu gi kat tasik yang ade kat sane,

kitorang berkayak pulak. sebelum tu, kitorang berendam dulu dalam air

sambil gelak ketawa yang tak berapa comel bunyinye. pastu kitorang

diberi penerangan tentang kayak dan selepas tu, kitorang perlu naik

kayak berpasangan lelaki ngan perempuan. diorang suruh lelaki yang pilih

pasangan, so aku yang terpinggir ni menunggu je la sape2 yang datang.

alhamdulillah ade jugak lelaki yang pilih aku. maklum la, orang terpinggir.

lepas tu? nanti la sambungan entri lepas ni.. nak balik bilik la pulak..

hehee....

*korang mesti bace tau. kalau tak aku ganggu korang tiap2 malam.



 

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