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Saturday, 26 November 2011

Salam Ma'al Hijrah 1433H


We, on behalf of all family members of Mahallah Abu Bak'r As-Siddiq, would like to wish SALAM MA'AL HIJRAH 1433H. May this new year brings us a brand new life towards the right path of Allah. Let's all turn over a new leaf. Look forward to becoming a better Muslim, fulfilling all injunctions of Allah, follow Rasulullah's way of life. Repent wholeheartedly. Let bygones be bygones. Seek forgiveness and forgive others. Bring a new healthy grin to your life. May Allah bless us all. AMIIIN.. =)

Friday, 25 November 2011

Condolences, Kamalhadi Rosli.


A shocking news. One of Mahallah Abu Bak'r ex-residents, Kamalhadi Rosli (2009/2011), an ICT student in IIUM Gombak, died after he fell unconscious in toilet around 3 a.m today. And he was proven  dead by a doctor. The late Kamalhadi was a very bright and kind friend. He was also a huge helping hand to MRC MAB in our projects. His virtues will never been buried together with the body, yet will be ever remembered. From us, a huge condolences to his family and we pray for his soul be rest in peace and be placed among the solihin... Al-Fatihah..

Gone. Our friend.

Tuesday, 22 November 2011

Walk Your Talk


Being human, especially as the selected caliph on this Earth, should never been a bed of roses. It is more likely to be a challenge that holds many more challenges that waited for us ahead. That's what make a leader remains strong in terms of his or her leadership. So, in the making of us to be that strong personality leader, we should walk our talk.

The saying contents no people when it comes to the practical part. Yes! It's sometime a hard thing to do what we simply urge people to. And when the circumstances appear, we couldn't agree more that people or our subject tends to turn their back to us. Hence, we would like to share some tips to be practiced together.

1. Model the behavior we want to see from others. In the mahallah, for instance, we shouldn't tell and urge others to cover their aurah properly if we ourselves still wearing shorts, not wearing tudung, etc.. Yes! We must reprimand others for their wrongness, yet would you think that people will listen to you if you do the same mistake as theirs?

2. Act as if you are a part of the team, not always as the head of it. Dig in and do the actual work. People would appreciate you being knowledgeable of the effort spent to get the work done. They will trust our leadership because we have undergone their experience.

3. If we decide to set up a new rule or design a process, FOLLOW IT! Let's say that we would like to make our mahallah's residents to obey the curfew hour of CFS IIUM. So, we make the rule that anyone passing the  time allocated, they will be fined accordingly. Yet, we ourselves break the rules we set up. That's the point. Why would they follow it if the rule maker don't?

4. Work together. Summon one of our friend or maybe one of our organization members to police us. It's not making 24/7 alert alarm for you. Just to make sure we work in a team so that anything we plan or execute will run smoothly. They are times that we tend to drive off our track. So, this signifies the team we had. To alert each other. To work together.

Moulding a leader in oneself is not an easy doing. Yet, it's not that hard to achieve if we follow the right path. Islam itself has paved us ways to do so. It's us to walk what we talk.

" O you who believe! Why do you say that which you do not do?. Most hateful it is with Allah that you say that which you do not do.." As-Saff : 2-3

Wallahu a'alam...

Sunday, 20 November 2011

The Power of Du'a


Wherever Muslims are, we are undeniably subjected to the power of Almighty Allah Azza Wajalla as a whole. As a meager servant, one should bow to Allah as He has made our predestined fate written beforehand of all creations. And to act like one, we should obey all His Injunctions and accept the fate without hesitant, in which they are all happened and ordered for a reason.

Kaifa halukum? We hope and pray for all of us to be in the pink of health, InsyaAllah. May some reminders above will give us a spark of awareness of what we are created for. Speaking of pray, PRAY or Du'a is oftentimes related to the relationship and connection between man and His God. Same goes to Muslims.

Du'a is the essence of Ibadah. A person engaged in Du’a affirms his belief in Tauhid (monotheism) and shuns belief in all false gods. A person seriously and sincerely engaged in Du’a understands exactly the relationship between himself and the Creator and affirms it through his actions. That is the essence of worship!

Additionally, such a person can never become arrogant or proud, a logical result of true worship. Du’a is our most potent weapon in all struggles of life as well as in jihad in the battlefield. During the battle of Badr, Prophet Muhammad s.a.w stood up all night in prayer seeking Allah’s help in the battle between unequal armies that would follow the next day. In the decisive battles against the crusaders, Sultan Salahuddin Ayyubi was busy day and night. His days were devoted to jihad. His nights were spent making Du'a, crying, and seeking Allah’s help. Eventually, both battles are won by the Muslims. That what makes Du'a so powerful.

Yet, how to make Du'a being granted by Allah?

1. Be sincere and humble in your prays and heart. Be devoted to Allah.
2. Pray for what is right and not things that may harm to people, be it intentionally or not.
3. Work hard to achieve what you are asking for. Allah won't grant you any if you don't make any effort towards it.
4. Tawakkal to Allah. Put in all hopes to Allah after trying your best. 
5. If what you've been asking for is not granted, have faith in Allah for He knows the best for you. 

Wallahu a'alam..

Friday, 18 November 2011

Result for Resit and Special Exam Semester 1, 2011/2012


We would like to announce that the result for resit and special examination for Semester 1, 2011/2012 has been released. You may check yours in the following link:


Congratulations! =)

wallahu a'alam...

Thursday, 17 November 2011

"Cover your aurah, guys!"


The matter of aurah has never been a relief to our climate of Muslim community nowadays. Anywhere and everywhere, particularly in Malaysia, you could see this injunction of Allah is not being uphold firmly by our Muslim, be it from the brothers and sisters themselves.

Back to the reality. We could never escape from making mistakes. And they are kinds of mistakes that are intently done for. For us, the brothers, we usually blame the sisters for not covering their aurah and we always keep blaming them for what ever it means. YES! It is our responsibility to rebuke what they have done wrong. Yet, do realize that we also have our part to be settled beforehand.

From what we can see, brothers seem to have no worries at all in the matter of covering their aurah in the public. (though some may have to take this matter seriously..) We only have to cover our aurah starting from navel to knee only. There is no problem when we are in public. To classes, outings, meetings and so on.

The problem is when we are NOT in public, such as in our rooms, toilets, mahallah corridors, kiosk, etc.. Places like that, which could not be seen by the sisters. Yes! We only cover our aurah when we feel like there will be no sisters at such places. That's a huge mistake guys! Aurah for us when we are among the brothers are the same as when we are seeing the sisters. From NAVEL to KNEE. And what's up with the boxers, shorts, and stuffs like that?? We need to change guys!! CHANGE!!

Sometimes we don't realize things when they have become habits, right? But, there is a Malay saying that we could learn from, "Biasakan yang betul, betulkan yang biasa". Means, we should not keep on doing the same wrong habit and try to make the rights familiar instead. Aurah is our PRIDE and DIGNITY. Don't lose them to the eyes of others which will devastate us in the Judgement Day next.

wallahu a'alam..

Tuesday, 15 November 2011

Subject Pre-Registration for Semester 3, 2011/2012


We would like to inform you that the date and venues for subject pre-registration for Semester 3, 2011/2012 (Arts programmes only) are as in the following link:

ONLINE SUBJECT PRE-REGISTRATION SEMESTER 3, 2011/2012 (Arts Programmes only)

The arts programmes are BEN, BAR, IRK, HS, ECONS and LAWS. As for Mahallah Abu Bak'r As-Siddiq residents, only Laws students are involved.

Wallahu a'alam..

Saturday, 12 November 2011

10 Wills of Hasan Al-Banna


As-Syahid Hasan Al-Banna was a schoolteacher and an imam, best known as the founder of Muslim Brotherhood or Ikhwanul Muslimin. He bequeathed us 10 wills that utterly supposed to be followed by today's Muslims. They are:

1. Upon hearing the azan prayers rose up immediately for prayer, whatever are the circumstances.

2. Read the Quran, scrutinize science books, go to the councils of science, and practice Zikirullah and do not waste time in things that have no benefit (lagha)

3. Try to speak in Arabic Fushah because the right Arabic language is symbol of Islam.

4. Do not argue in any matter whatsoever for the argument is empty and of any benefit.

5. Do not laugh so much since heart that is in constant contact with God is always quiet yet peaceful.

6. Do not joke too much as for people who are in struggle will understand not but serious commitment at all times.

7. Do not talk louder than the levels required by the listener because of a loud conversation that was a pointless act and even hurt people feeling.

8. Stay away from gossips, personal snub at people, condemnation of the organizations, and do not speak except for good.

9. Get to know each Muslim encountered because the missionary movement is the basic networking and brotherhood love.

10. Our obligations requires more time than that is available to us, so use time well and simplify its implementation.

We hope that all of us can together remain in our saff to fulfill the wills of his and Rasulullah to the fullest of our accord, InshaAllah.

wallahu a'alam..

Saturday, 5 November 2011

Registration for MUET Test


We would like to inform you that the matters pertaining to Registration for Malaysian University English Test (MUET) for test in the early year of 2012 are in the following link:



wallahu a'alam..

Friday, 4 November 2011

Salam Eidul Adha to all


Eidul Adha is just around the corner. We, MRC MAB wishing all of you a HAPPY EIDUL ADHA. May Allah blesses our days with this joyful eid and we are strongly praying for Allah strengthens our ukhuwah and togetherness.

We also would like to take this golden opportunity to seek for your forgiveness for every our wrongdoings. Be it intentionally or accidentally. May this Eid shines us with HIS hidayah and inayah for our betterment in the next future. Amiiin.

Wallahu a'alam..

Thursday, 3 November 2011

Result Application to Change Programme for Semester 2 & 3


We, hereby, would like to inform you that the results of application to change your current programme for semester 2 & semester 3, 2011/2012 have been released and you may check yours in the following links:

“….and it may be that you dislike a thing which is good for you and that you like a thing which is bad for you. Allah knows but you do not know.” (Quran Al-Baqarah:216)


wallahu a'alam..