Malaysia is among the most friendly and hospitable places in the world
Malaysia is among the most friendly and hospitable places in the world to work and live in, while Malaysians are warm, friendly people who easily accept foreigners into their circle of friends.
Malaysia is among the most friendly and hospitable places in the world to work and live in. In addition, the country's tropical climate with its uniform temperatures allows light, comfortable clothing throughout the year.
Expatriates and their families will enjoy a safe and comfortable living environment with 21st century amenities, good healthcare and medical facilities, excellent educational institutions, and world-class recreational and sports facilities - at costs much lower than in their own countries.
One of the country's most distinctive features is its rich diversity of cultures, a heritage derived from its racial mix of some of the world's oldest civilisations - Malay, Chinese and Indian. This potpourri of race and culture has enabled Malaysians to speak at least two, and even three, languages - Malay (the national language), English, and their own mother tongue. Living in such a cosmopolitan environment, Malaysians are warm, friendly people who easily accept foreigners into their circle of friends.
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PKR apo nak jadi ni,,,, kehendak rakyat di utama kan atau kehendak Anuar Ibrahim yg paling utama,,,,,,?? Hanya Anuar Ibrahim yang tahu apa yang tersirat dalam kalbi beliau,,,, untuk mengetahui selanjut nya sila lah ke halaman MALAYSIA TODAY dan baca lah komen komen pembaca di halaman tersebut,,,,
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Monday, October 25, 2010
Salam tengah malam untuk anda pembaca semua.... ada yg islam nak tukar agama kepada hindu, ada juga yg menukar ke kristian dan tak kurang juga yg ndah jadi buddha,, tetapi berlainan pula dgn pompuan ni yg beragama kristian tukar pulak kepada ISLAM,,,,,, amat terharu,,,,, tetapi gua, dah berapa ramai yg gua ajak kawan ...kawan yg bukan islam masuk islam ???? null kosong eleit........ nahi,,, bagaimana anda pula ???
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Sumber:- BUJANG SUSAH
Tuesday, October 19, 2010
Mutazilite vs Asharite
The rise of Islam, based on both the Qur'an and Muhammad strongly altered the power balances and perceptions of origin of power in the Mediterranean region. Early Islamic philosophy emphasized an inexorable link between science and religion, and the process of ijtihad to find truth - in effect all philosophy was "political" as it had real implications for governance. This view was challenged by the "rationalist" Mutazilite philosophers, who held a more Hellenic view, reason above revelation, and as such are known to modern scholars as the first speculative theologians of Islam; they were supported by a secular aristocracy who sought freedom of action independent of the Caliphate. By the late ancient period, however, the "traditionalist" Asharite view of Islam had in general triumphed. According to the Asharites, reason must be subordinate to the Quran and the Sunna.
Islamic political philosophy, was, indeed, rooted in the very sources of Islam, i.e. the Qur'an and the Sunnah, the words and practices of Muhammad. However, in the Western thought, it is generally supposed that it was a specific area peculiar merely to the great philosophers of Islam: al-Kindi (Alkindus), al-Farabi (Abunaser), İbn Sina (Avicenna), Ibn Bajjah (Avempace), Ibn Rushd (Averroes), and Ibn Khaldun. The political conceptions of Islam such as kudrah (power), sultan, ummah, cemaa (obligation)-and even the "core" terms of the Qur'an, i.e. ibadah, din (religion), rab (master) and ilah- is taken as the basis of an analysis. Hence, not only the ideas of the Muslim political philosophers but also many other jurists and ulama posed political ideas and theories. For example, the ideas of the Khawarij in the very early years of Islamic history on Khilafa and Ummah, or that of Shia Islam on the concept of Imamah are considered proofs of political thought. The clashes between the Ehl-i Sunna and Shia in the 7th and 8th centuries had a genuine political character.
The 14th century Arab scholar Ibn Khaldun is considered one of the greatest political theorists. The British philosopher-anthropologist Ernest Gellner considered Ibn Khaldun's definition of government, "an institution which prevents injustice other than such as it commits itself", the best in the history of political theory. For Ibn Khaldun, government should be restrained to a minimum for as a necessary evil, it is the constraint of men by other men.
Islamic political philosophy did not cease in the classical period. Despite the fluctuations in its original character during the medieval period, it has lasted even in the modern era. Especially with the emergence of Islamic radicalism as a political movement, political thought has revived in the Muslim world. The political ideas of Abduh, Afgani, Kutub, Mawdudi, Shariati and Khomeini has caught on an ethusiasm especially in Muslim youth in the 20th century.
In 20 century (Mico Lauren Nepomuceno) is promulgate the common goods of the people in by the people
Saturday, October 9, 2010
than 1400 years ago, and now the Americans are spending
billions of dollars to prove it to the Muslims. He then said “This
must surely be a true religion, and so, where once Surat Al-
Qamar was a cause for him disbeleiving in Islam, it was now
the reason for his embracing Islam…
Thursday, October 7, 2010