Friday, December 7, 2012

One Hadith per day

Hadis : Terima Undangan Dan Menerima Hadiah
Hadis :
Rasulullah s.a.w. bersabda yang bermaksud: “Sekiranya aku dijemput menghadiri sesuatu majlis mahupun kecil atau besar nescaya aku menerima jemputan tersebut dan sekiranya aku dihadiahkan sesuatu barang yang bernilai atau tidak nescaya aku menerimanya juga” Riwayat Hadith Al-Bukhari

Huraian :
1. Dalam kehidupan bermasyarakat, kita hendaklah menjaga hati dan perasaan orang lain agar hubungan silaturahim sentiasa terjaga selain dapat menghindari perselisihan faham yang mengakibatkan perbalahan dan perpecahan.

2. Rasulullah s.a.w contohnya tidak pernah menolak sebarang pemberian atau hadiah dan baginda juga tetap menerima apa juga bentuk jemputan tanpa membeza-bezakannya sama ada kecil, besar, kaya, miskin atau sebagainya.

3. Orang yang memilih- milih jemputan bagi sesuatu jamuan atau hadiah yang diberikan kepadanya adalah mempamerkan sifat orang yang sombong dan bongkak sedangkan sifat ini adalah sangat dilarang di dalam Islam.

Sumber : dakwah

Friday, August 31, 2012

The Importance of Prayer


"He Came to Teach you Your Religion"
By Jamaal al-Din Zarabozo
© 1997 al-Basheer Company for Publications and Translations
The importance of the prayer in Islam cannot be understated. It is the first pillar of Islam that the Prophet (peace be upon him) mentioned after mentioning the testimony of faith, by which one becomes a Muslim. It was made obligatory upon all the prophets and for all peoples. Allah has declared its obligatory status under majestic circumstances. For example, when Allah spoke directly to Moses, He said,
"And I have chosen you, so listen to that which is inspired to you. Verily, I am Allah! There is none worthy of worship but I, so worship Me and offer prayer perfectly for My remembrance." [Taha 13-14]
Similarly, the prayers were made obligatory upon the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) during his ascension to heaven. Furthermore, when Allah praises the believers, such as in the beginning of surah al-Muminoon, one of the first descriptions He states is their adherence to the prayers.
Once a man asked the Prohpet (peace be upon him) about the most virtuous deed. The Prophet (peace be upon him) stated that the most virtuous deed is the prayer. The man asked again and again. The first three times, the Prophet (peace be upon him) again answered, "The prayer," then on the fourth occasion he stated, "Jihad in the way of Allah." [This is form a hadith recorded by Ahmad and ibn Hibban. According to al-Albani, the hadith is hasan. Muhammad Nasir al-Din al-Albani, Sahih al-Targheeb wa al-Tarheeb (Beirut: al-Maktab al-Islami, 1982), vol. 1, p. 150]
The importance of prayer is demonstrated in the many of the Prophet’s statement. For example, the Prophet (peace be upon him) said,
"The first matter that the slave will be brought to account for on the Day of Judgment is the prayer. If it is sound, then the rest of his deeds will be sound. And if it is bad, then the rest of his deeds will be bad." [Recorded by al-Tabarani. According to al-Albani, it is sahih. Al-Albani, Sahih al-Jami, vol.1, p. 503.
The importance of the prayers lies in the fact that no matter what actions one performs in his life, the msot important aspect is one’s relationship to Allah, that is, one’s faith (imaan), God-consciousness (taqwa), sincerity (ikhlas) and worship of Allah (`ibaadah). This relationship with Allah is both demonstrated and put into practice, as well as improved and increased, by the prayer. Therefore, if the prayers are sound and proper, the rest of the deeds will be sound and proper; and if the prayers are not sound and proper, then the rest of the deeds will not be sound and proper, as the Prophet (peace be upon him) himself stated.
In reality, the prayer is performed properly – with true remembrance of Allah and turning to Him for forgiveness – it will have a lasting effect on the person. After he finishes the prayer, his heart will be filled with the remembrance of Allah. He will be fearful as well as hopeful of Allah. After that experience, he will not want to move from that lofty position to one wherein he disobeys Allah. Allah has mentioned this aspect of the prayer when He has said,
"Verily, the prayer keeps one from the great sins and evil deeds" (al-Ankaboot 45). Nadwi has described this effect in the following eloquent way,
Its aim is to generate within the subliminal self of man such spiritual power, light of faith and awareness of God as can enable him to strive successfully against all kinds of evils and temptations and remain steadfast at times of trial and adversity and protect himself against the weakness of the flesh and the mischief of immoderate appetites. [Nadwi, p. 24]
The overall affect that the properly performed prayers should have upon humans is described in other verses in the Quran:
"Verily, man was created impatient, irritable when evil touches him and niggardly when good touches him. Except for those devoted to prayer those who remain constant in their prayers…" (al-Maarij 19-23).
As for the Hereafter, Allah’s forgiveness and pleasure is closely related to the prayers. The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said,
"Allah has obligated five prayers. Whoever excellently performs their ablutions, prays them in their proper times, completes their bows, prostrations and khushu` [Khushu` in the prayer is where the person’s heart is attuned to the prayer. This feeling in the heart is then reflected on the body. The person remains still and calm. His gaze is also lowered. Even his voice is affected by this feeling in the heart. For more details on this concept (as well as the difference between it and khudhu`), see Muhammad al-Shaayi, al-Furooq al-Laughawiyyah wa Atharahaa fi Tafseer al-Quran al-Kareem (Riyadh: Maktabah al-Ubaikaan, 1993), pp. 249-254.] has a promise from Allah that He will forgive him. And whoever does not do that has no promise from Allah. He may either forgive him or punish him." [Recorded by Malik, Ahmad, Abu Dawud, al-Nasa’I and others. According to al-Albani, it is sahih. Al-Albani, Sahih al-Jami, vol. 1, p. 616.] ]
The prayers are a type of purification for a human being. He turns and meets with his Lord five times a day. As alluded to above, this repeated standing in front of Allah should keep the person from performing sins during the day. Furthermore, it should also be a time of remorse and repentance, such that he earnestly asks Allah for forgiveness for those sins that he committed. In addition, the prayer in itself is a good deed that wipes away some of the evil deeds that he performed. These points can be noted in the following hadith of the Prophet (peace be upon him):
"If a person had a stream outside his door and he bathed in it five times a day, do you think he would have any filth left on him?" The people said, "No filth would remain on him whatsoever." The Prophet (peace be upon him) then said, "That is like the five daily prayers: Allah wipes away the sins by them." (Recorded by al-Bukhari and Muslim.)
In another hadith, the Prophet (peace be upon him) said,
"The five daily prayers and the Friday Prayer until the Friday prayer are expiation for what is between them." (Recorded by Muslim.)

Reference : IIUM Edu

Monday, March 12, 2012


Foundation Student Coordination Council (FSCC) will organize Sports and Martial Arts Carnival (SMAC) 2012 from 16th of March until 25th of March 2012 at CFS IIUM Petaling Jaya with the theme:

"Strengthen The Spirit of Islamic Warriors"

This carnival will be participated by all Academic Based Societies(ABS) and Martial Arts Club in CFS IIUM.
For more updates and informations,you can refer to this site:

Let's come and make this carnival GLORY!!

Saturday, February 25, 2012


Assalamu'alaikum w.b.t.

There is an important announcement. We, FSCC CFS IIUM 2011/2012 session have open a FACEBOOK OPEN GROUP.This group is known as "TOGETHER WE SHARE-FSCC 11/12".This group can be joined by all CFS IIUM students and also to who want to know more about us.

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

RAUDHAH FESTIVAL 2012-The Overview

From 31st January-12nd February 2012,Foundation Students Coordination Council(FSCC) in collaboration with clubs and societies had organized a program called RAUDHAH FESTIVAL 2012(RAFEST) with the theme:

Saturday, January 28, 2012


Biography about Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu ^Alayhi Wa Salam

    :: The Life of Prophet Muhammad (Sallallahu ^Alayhi Wa Salam)
    Prophet Muhammad (Sallallahu ^Alayhi Wa Salam)  was a Prophet at age of 40 in Mecca.
    He came with the holy book al-Qur’an.
    He taught us about the good things to do, and to stay away from the bad things.
    He taught us about the day of Judgment, Paradise and Hellfire.
    He taught us about Allah, the messengers.
    He taught us that Allah does not need anything and Allah does not look like anything.
    He immigrated to al-Madina with abu Bakr, and died in al-Madina at age 63.
    He spent 23 years delivering the message of Islam.
    He was very patient on those who harmed him, so he teach them Islam.
    He used to treat both, those who treat him good and treat him bad, with good manners.

    :: The Family of Prophet Muhammad (Sallallahu ^Alayhi Wa Salam)
    The Mother of Prophet Muhammad (Sallallahu ^Alayhi Wa Salam) is Aminah.
    His Father is Abdullah.
    His Grandfather Abdul-Muttalib.
    His Great Grandfather is Hashim.
    His Great-Great Grandfather is Abdu-Manaf.
    He was from the tribe of Quraysh.
    He is the best of all creations.
    He was raised by his Grandfather Abdul-Muttalib.
    He was an Orphan, his mother died when he was 6 years old.
    He is the most beautiful prophet of All.

    :: Teachins of Prophet Muhammad (Sallallahu ^Alayhi Wa Salam)
    Prophet Muhammad (Sallallahu ^Alayhi Wa Salam) is the last of all messengers.
    He is the slave of Allah and the best of all messengers.
    He was born in Mecca in the year of alfeel, known as the year of Elephant.
    He is the slave of Allah sent to both, Humans an Jinn.
    He was born on Monday 12th of Rabi^ al-Awwal according to Islamic calendar.
    He taught us that all prophets and messengers were Muslims worshipping Allah.
    He was truthful in everything that he conveyed about Allah and the hereafter.
    He taught us that Allah does not need anything and that Allah does not look like anything.
    He died in al-Madinah and was buried there in the chamber lady ^aishah.
    We Love Sallallahu ^Alayhi Wa Salam, May Peace and Blessing be Upon him.

Monday, January 16, 2012


Foundation Student Coordination Council (FSCC) in conjunction with societies and clubs will organise Raudhah Festival 2012. This program will be held on 30th January-5th February 2012 at CFS IIUM Petaling Jaya.Come and support this big event.