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Klinik Ummi: Travelog Percutian 3 : <b>Di Pulau Kapas</b> Bersama <b>...</b>

Posted: 19 Jun 2012 08:14 PM PDT

Assalamualaikum.

1 Jun 2012 - Buat kali pertamanya, Ummi sekeluarga bercuti di Pulau Kapas! Umur Ummi dah masuk 42 tahun tapi tak pernah menjejakkan kaki ke mana-mana pulau di Terengganu ini. Bunyinya aja orang Terengganu...hehehe. Abi orang Johorpun sekurang-kurangnya dah sampai ke Pulau Redang walaupun perginya atas tugasan khidmat masyarakat.

Anak-anak excited tak terkira. Sayangnya Along dan Angah tiada bersama. Terasa sedikit kejanggalan bercuti tanpa anak-anak lelaki Ummi. Walaubagaimanapun dek kerana ini adalah program khusus Hari Keluarga anjuran Papisma Terengganu, Ummi memang tak akan melepaskan peluang untuk turut bersama. Kalau tak kerana pergi beramai-ramai ni, rasanya dah susah Ummi nak sampai ke pulau. Bukan apa, ada orang tu seriau bila diajak naik bot...hahaha.



Keesokan Paginya... Selesai bersarapan, akhirnya tibalah masanya untuk kami bertolak ke lokasi snorkeling! Inilah dia saat yang paling ditunggu-tunggu oleh anak-anak. Mak ayahpun apa kurangnya...hehe.
Selamat tinggal Pulau Kapas. InsyaAllah semoga percutian di Pulau Kapas kali ini bukanlah yang pertama dan terakhir buat kami. Dah janji juga dengan Along dan Angah, kalau mereka balik dari Mesir nanti InsyaAllah kita akan ke pulau lagi!

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Pusat Rawatan Penagih Dadah Dibina <b>Di Besut</b>

Posted: 24 Mar 2012 08:53 PM PDT

KUALA TERENGGANU – Sebuah pusat rawatan bagi penagihan dadah yang dikenali sebagai Klinik Cure And Care (CNC) bernilai kira-kira RM23 juta akan dibina di Kampung Raja, Besut tidak lama lagi.

Pengarah Agensi Antidadah Negeri Terengganu, Abdul Mutalib Abdullah, berkata pembinaan pusat itu sebagai menaik taraf Pusat Pemulihan Penagihan Narkotik (Puspen) yang sedia ada di situ.

"Pembinaan pusat rawatan CNC di atas tapak Puspen yang akan dirobohkan. Sekarang dalam proses menawarkan tender dan pembinaannya dijangka bermula Jun ini," katanya di sini, hari ini.

Abdul Mutalib berkata, sementara pembinaannya siap yang dijangka dalam tempoh dua tahun, semua kakitangan Puspen serta penghuninya akan ditempatkan di pusat pemulihan penagihan narkotik yang lain.

Beliau berkata, klinik CNC itu akan menempatkan 200 katil yang mampu membantu penagih di sekitar Daerah Besut dan daerah lain di Terengganu mendapat rawatan serta pemulihan.

Katanya, konsep klinik CNC iaitu untuk memberi rawatan kepada penagih yang datang secara sukarela dan tidak terikat seperti tinggal di pusat berkenaan.

"Ia berbeza dengan konsep Puspen apabila penagih yang dimasukkan ke Puspen perlu mendapat perintah Mahkamah. Tetapi pusat CNC ini lebih terbuka dengan penagih sukarela datang untuk mendapatkan rawatan," katanya.

Sementara itu, Abdul Mutalib berkata, di Terengganu terdapat 21,177 ahli Skuad 1Malaysia yang terdiri daripada pertubuhan dan persatuan.

Katanya, antara pertubuhan dan persatuan itu ialah Rakan Antidadah (Rada) membabitkan 17,654 ahli, Persatuan Alumni AADK (2,216), Masyarakat Wanita Antidadah (1,170), Jawatankuasa Pemulihan Dadah (144), Ahli Lembaga Pelawat (10) dan Pembimbing Rakan (13).

"Objektif kita ialah untuk menimbulkan kesedaran kepada masyarakat terutama golongan remaja dan belia mengenai kesan dadah terhadap kesihatan dan kesejahteraan.

"Kita menggerakkan Skuad 1Malaysia dan ahli komuniti bagi memerangi masalah dadah dalam komuniti mereka serta menyampaikan maklumat mengenai perkhidmatan terkini kerajaan dalam bidang rawatan dan pemulihan penagihan dadah," katanya. – BERNAMA

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<b>Jerangau</b> Merah

Posted: 05 Mar 2012 05:25 AM PST

Selamat sejahtera rakan2 sekalian..
Jerangau Merah ini sukar untuk ditemui kerana ianya berpenunggu.

Jerangau ini terdiri daripada 2 jenis :
1. Jerangau Putih
2. Jerangau Merah
i. Anti Rasa – Cili dimakan tidak pedas, garam dimakan tidak masin.
ii. Penawar Racun / Anti Buatan Orang- Buktinya : Ikan dimasukkan dlm air bersama racun rumpai, dibiarkan beberapa minit,ikan tidak matidan kekal hidup.
– Apa2 buatan orang spt menyimpan racun dalam cawan, cawan akan pecah. Ini merupakan pelindung diri.

3. Jerangau Merah (Tunggal)
Ini merupakan jerangau yang tiada bandingan dari jerangau2 diatas kerana melalui mimpi dan nasib saja kita akan bertemu dan terjumpa jerangau tunggal. Ini tidak berkelompok spt jerangau lain tetapi hanya satu saja tidak hiudp bersama jerangau yg lainnya.
Simpan saja di dompet, digantung di pintu rumah. Kalau bagi yg dianiayai, mungkin ditanam dibawah rumah atau di mana2 tempat, rendamkan air ini selama mana yg mungkin, nescaya anda akan diberi petanda mahupun mimpi sekiranya terdapat kejadian spt ini berlaku. Spt saya, bbrp hr ini saya dan pak cik saya merendam jerangau ini tujuan menguji sama ada ianya anti rasa, tetapi selepas mandi, saya masuk ke bilik dan nak tutup sliding window ttp sukar nak tutup, rupa-rupanya ada sebotol minyak hitam diselitkan di situ dan kelihatannya agak lama. Mengapa skrg baru muncul sdgkan saya setiap hari mengemas? Dan botol itu telah kami buang dgn doa sendiri bagi mengelakkan perkara yg tak diingini berlaku apatah lagi belum tahu apakah tujuan botol itu berada dibilik saya. Mlm itu jg saya bermimpi yg banjir melanda, kelihatan seekor ular tedung hitam bergulung dan menjalar di bawah sinki dapur dimana tpt kami menuangkan air rendaman jerangau tunggal. Setelah ditafsirkan, ad yg berniat jahat dan menutup pintu rezeki buat saya serta membuatkan suami membenci pada saya. Saya dpt rasakan kelainan itu selama ini tp atas dasar agama, saya bersabar dan berdoa dan akhirnya segalanya terbongkar pada hari itu. Sekarang saya sedang beriktiar utk berubat tradisional utk memulangkan semuanya semula pada pengirimnya.

Inilah salah satu kisah yang blh saya kongsikan bersama kalian kerana pak cik saya merupakan seorang pencari gaharu serta hidupan hutan spt ini di Borneo. Bukan mainan dan jgn dicabar benda spt ini. Maafkan saya sekiranya saya terkasar bahasa atau menyinggung pihak2 disini, ternyata dan benar kita perlu kongsikan bersama utk pengetahuan smua.

Semoga ini akan dijadikan iktibar serta teladan buat semua.

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Sultan Mizan Menyelam <b>Di Pulau Bidong</b>

Posted: 19 Apr 2012 03:24 AM PDT

SETIU – Sultan Terengganu, Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin berkenan merasmikan Bidong Underwater & Land Challenge anjuran Coral Malaysia, kerajaan negeri Terengganu dan Universiti Malaysia Terengganu (UMT) di Pulau Bidong di sini, hari ini.

Baginda turut menyelam selama sejam bersama Duta Coral Malaysia iaitu artis terkenal tanahair, Fauziah Latiff dan Presiden Coral Malaysia, Jamhariah Jaafar untuk menikmati keindahan terumbu karang di perairan Pulau Bidong.

Program selama empat hari yang bermula hari ini turut disertai oleh 70 penyelam skuba profesional yang turut mengambil gambar untuk pertandingan merakam keindahan dasar laut anjuran Coral Malaysia.

Turut hadir Menteri Besar Terengganu, Datuk Seri Ahmad Said, Pengerusi Jawatankuasa Pelancongan, Kebudayaan, Kesenian dan Warisan, Datuk Abdul Rahin Mohd Said serta Timbalan Naib Canselor UMT Bahagian Hal Ehwal Pelajar dan Alumni, Prof Dr Yahaya Ibrahim.

Fauziah ketika, ditemui pemberita berkata program ini adalah yang pertama kali diadakan di Pulau Bidong sempena Hari Bumi 2012.

Sebelum ini Coral Malaysia mengadakan aktiviti selaman di Pulau Perhentian, Pulau Redang dan Pulau Tenggol. – BERNAMA

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Book Banning: Of What Benefit is that to the Ummah « Din Merican <b>...</b>

Posted: 27 Jun 2012 05:40 AM PDT

June 27, 2012

Book Banning: Of What Benefit is that to the Ummah

by Dr Ahmad Farouk Musa

COMMENT: What does book banning, in this age of globalisation and information technology, really achieve for Muslims?

This question echoes throughout social media as countless Malaysians express their ire and bafflement at the sudden arrest of Nik Raina Nik Abdul Aziz, an employee at bookshop Border's, who had allegedly defied Jawi's ban against the sale of Allah, Liberty and Love by Irshad Manji.

As a store manager, Nik Raina had no say over the selection of books that were sold. And yet she now faces the possibility of imprisonment, with no legal counsel offered at the time of arrest. Many wonder why a simple warning was not enough.

Before that, a book of popular local author Faisal Tehrani, Sebongkah Batu di Kuala Berang was also banned for obscure reasons, though one may suspect that it has to do with the author's leaning towards the Shi'ite sect.

Thus, suspicions that maybe Islam has nothing to say about the freedom of expression are increasing. Perhaps our talents and resources should all be channelled towards moral policing, book banning and intolerance, as that appears to be what Muslims want most.

Perhaps we should just forget about exploring solutions to real pressing challenges facing humanity.

Indeed, if non-Muslims, or even some Muslims for that matter, are expressing doubts about Islam's potential to be a religion of progress, then who can really blame them?

New ideas can only come from fresh minds

New ideas can only come from fresh minds that are not discouraged or inhibited from original thinking, but it appears that new thinking is what Muslims fear the most. They are not even open for any intellectual debate. The question we must now ask if this has always been the case? Have Muslims really been afraid of new, different or unconventional ideas?

A brief consideration of history will confirm the fact that there is nothing at all Islamic about book banning and religious policing. For if that was the case, then Islam would not have had its Golden Ages, which saw centuries of science, art and discovery flourish.

Indeed, the freedom to think, express and to risk original ideas defined the many Muslim civilisations that prospered across the Islamic world, from Baghdad to Spain in the West and India, China and the Nusantara in the East.

Take for example, the advances under the Abbasid caliphate in the 8th century, which saw the rise of algebra, astronomy, medicine, literature and even agricultural technology, advances that are still considered to be far ahead of its time. These advances did not emerge de novo, but were born in conversation with knowledge inherited from Greek, Roman, Persian, Chinese and Indian civilisations.

But the culture of exploration and experimentation can also be found in the novel ideas about religion that also flourished then. It was during this era that the Muslim world became the intellectual centre for learning, during which the famous House of Wisdom or Baitul Hikmah was established. Muslims and non-Muslims worked together, hand-in-hand, to translate and gather all the possible knowledge that was within reach to them at the time into Arabic.

The underlying basis of this intellectual culture at that time was none other the "Mu'tazilite" school of rational theology. They were inspired by the Hadith and Quranic verses that emphasised the value of knowledge, reflection and discovery in Islam and considered "the ink of a scholar is more holy than the blood of a martyr".

The Mu'tazilite school of thought claimed, among other things, that humans have total free will, that our actions were not predetermined. They do so to protect God's total innocence of any evil in this world, while reserving all responsibility for evil deeds to humans: in other words, humans must have the power to choose their actions in order to be held accountable for them.

Thus, humans would receive the appropriate reward in heaven or punishment in hell as a result of their good or bad free choices. Anyone who believes in a just God had to accept that man is the creator of his deeds.

"There shall be no coercion in matters of faith'

This idea of free-will doctrine led them to conclude that the whole world had to be seen as an abode of trial where people are tested on whether they are willing or unwilling to accept the true faith. The acceptance of faith could occur only with genuine conviction, an idea that emanated from the Quranic teaching: "There shall be no coercion in matters of faith." Their conclusion was that people deserved the liberty to make their own choices.

This commitment to human autonomy and God's supreme transcendence also led them to conclude that the Quran was created, and not "uncreated". Otherwise it would be elevated almost to the level of a second deity, something that contradicts Islam's uncompromising monotheism. This led to an important conclusion in that a created al-Quran can be interpreted; whereas an uncreated al-Quran can only be applied.

As strange as all this may sound to contemporary Muslims, it is nonetheless a historical fact that the Mu'tazilites endured as the most dominant school of theology in Baghdad for nearly three centuries.

Hence, the idea of freedom, be it freedom of conscience, freedom of expression, freedom of speech or freedom to read whatever we want to read was not unknown in classical Islamdom. The People of Reason clearly aspired to it. And they may have headed toward establishing a genuine concept of "hurriyyah" or freedom.

The end of the People of Reason or Mu'tazilite's reign did not, however, signal the end of rational inquiry. Indeed, the thriving culture of science and exploration eventually produced the likes of Al-Kindi, Al-Farabi and Ibn Sina who undertook indepth exploration of Greek philosophy while the West was still in its dark ages.

Indeed, philosophy was so dominant that it compelled Al-Ghazali to in turn produce his magnum opus, The Incoherence of the Philosophers. He used some choice words to describe the philosophers but note that he did so through rational argumentation and discourse.

Note also the cosmopolitan nature of the Golden Age: none of the philosophers mentioned above, with the exception of Al-Kindi, was Arab. Al-Farabi was Turkish, Ibn Sina and Al-Ghazali were Persians. Ibn Sina in fact was believed to be a Shi'ite. The openness to ideas was accompanied by a remarkable openness to other ethnicities and sects.

Culture of openness and rational inquiry continued

This was not just happening in Baghdad. The culture of openness and rational inquiry continued in Andalusia, Western Europe, most notably in the works of Ibn Rushd who painstakingly undertook indepth studies of Aristotle.

The intellectual culture of Muslim Spain is all the more fascinating for how it also became where the Golden Age of Jewish Culture occurred. Jewish philosophers like Maimonides and Moses Ibn Ezra thrived under Muslim rule.

Today, contemporary Muslims only hark back to our past military conquests for simplistic proof of Islam's historical glory, when the reality is that those were only few and far between.

What is undeniable is the depth of learning and exploration that Muslims throughout the world pioneered over centuries, and this could have only been possible because of the love of learning that was part and parcel of Muslim culture then.

This is of course not to paint a perfect and rosy picture of the past. There were other problems of medieval life that need not be romanticised. But it does suggest that the notion of Muslim progress need not be defined in terms of state power or control over the life of others but terms of genuine inquiry, exploration of knowledge and discovery of the world.

All this is of course, a stark contrast to the reality of today, where conformity, often by coercion, has become the norm in Muslim societies. Muslims are expected to simply obey and listen to authorities who are effectively in power due to random reasons that have nothing to do with whether or not they understand the modern globalised world in which young Muslims are living in today.

But there is still hope. Muslim Spain lasted for 700 years. The conservative Salafist-inspired Islam that has not stopped scrambling for nation-state power only ascended over the past 30 years. Things can be otherwise because Muslims have not always been like this.
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DR AHMAD FAROUK MUSA was trained as a cardiothoracic surgeon. He is an academician at Monash University and chairperson of the Islamic Renaissance Front, an intellectual movement that focuses on youth empowerment.

 

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