2. Hadith Larangan Bermain Nardasyir oleh Ustaz Abu Umair
3. Pendapat Dr. Yusuf al-Qaradhawi mengenai catur dalam Kitab al-Halal wa al-Haram fi al-Islam (m/s 129)
GEORGE TOWN: Jelutong MP Jeff Ooi is continuing his verbal war with Penang PKR municipal councillor Mohd Razali Abdullah, saying the council should not allow a “religious extremist” in its administration.
Ooi, who is Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng’s chief of staff, said the state was setting a dangerous precedent by allowing an alleged extremist religious activist to infiltrate the local government system.
“Razali has confirmed that he is a Jemaah Islah Malaysia (JIM) member,” he said, adding he would call on Lim and state DAP chairman Chow Kon Yeow to handle the matter.
Ooi, who is a member of the DAP central executive committee, printed out literature from JIM’s portal at www.jim.org.my which stated that the organisation’s mission statement was to develop Malaysia into a country which fully adopted Syariah law by 2020.
“How can the Penang people accept someone who prioritises Syariah law ahead of the Pakatan Rakyat state and the people?” he said at a press conference yesterday.
“We are transparent. Before my public outburst, I had raised the matter internally with Penang PKR chairman Datuk Zahrain Mohd Hashim and the state government about two PKR councillors including one who is constantly absent. But there were no answers,” he said.
Zahrain, when contacted, said he would address the issue at the next state Pakatan meeting scheduled for Monday in Lim’s office at Komtar.
It was narrated that Shaddad-bin-Aws, May Allah be pleased with him, said:
"(One day), the Prophet, peace be upon him, came in, at the time of one of the two evening prayers, carrying Al Hassan or Al Hussein. Then, the Prophet, peace be upon him, went forward, laid the small kid aside, and he started praying. During the prayer, he made one of his prostrations so long that I raised my head (up from the prostration position on the ground). I found the small kid mounting on the back of the Prophet, peace be upon him. So, I lowered my head down again (continued the prostration). After the Prophet, peace be upon him, ended the prayer, the companions asked: "Messenger of Allah, we have noticed that one of the prostrations was so long, that we thought there was something unusual, or that you were receiving revelation (of some Qur'an)." "All that did not happen", was the Prophet's reply, adding: "My grandson was mounting on my back, and I did not like to rush the kid before getting enough of what he likes."
"I stand for praying, and I intend to make it long. I hear a baby crying. So, I tolerate to shorten it, as I dislike making it unbearable for the mother."Narrated by al-Bukhariy.
Boraida, May Allah be pleased with him, said:
While the Prophet, peace be upon him, was on the platform (minbar) making us a speech, he saw (his grandsons) Al Hassan and Al Hussein (small kids) coming in wearing red shirts, walking and falling over, every now and then. The Prophet, peace be upon him, came down (the platform), carried the kids, and seated them on his lap, and then, he said:
"Verily,Allah (the Almighty), speaks the truth:
(Your wealth and your children are only a temptation…) (Sorah 64, Aya 15), and continued saying: "I saw these two kids walking and tumbling, I felt so impatient that I interrupted my speech in order to help them up.
By Edward Cheah
KUALA LUMPUR, June 9 – The High Court ruled today that the maximum
that can be charged to a credit cardholder who has lost his/her credit
card is RM200.
Lawyer Datuk Vijaya Kumar told The Malaysian Insider that Diana Chee
Vun Hsia discovered her credit cards missing a day after they were
stolen. She then reported it to the issuing banks.
Citibank informed her that RM1,851 had been charged the day it was
stolen and that, according to company policy, she was deemed liable
for the full amount because she did not report the card stolen within
one hour. She took Citibank to court to challenge this policy late last year.
Today, the High Court found in her favour when it said that, according
to Bank Negara guidelines, the maximum that can be charged to the
cardholder by credit card companies after a card is stolen is RM200,
regardless of any company policies regarding elapsed time or amount.
Justice Datuk Mohamed Apandi Ali said that the Bank Negara guidelines
“have the force of law.” – Bernama
Chicken a la Carte : Director: Ferdinand Dimadura | Genre: Drama | Produced In: 2005