assalamualaikum dan salam sejahtera.
mudah-mudahan di laman yang tak seindahnya ini dapat memberi munafaat miski secebis cuma. inshaallah.

Wednesday, March 30, 2011


jum kita sama-sama telaah artikal di bawah. bagi saya ianya relevan dan amat praktikal untuk diamalkan dari pengambilan pemakanan tambahan yang belum tentu keberkesanannya.

bagi umat islam, ada satu kelebihan yang kita miliki, iaitu exercise semulajadi "solat". jika tepat perbuatannya, ia dapat meransang darah keseluruh tubuh dan merenggangkan setiap urat saraf yang tersimpul. Inshaallah.

There are many natural ways for healthy looking
skins that slow the signs of aging. Here are some tips:
What you put in your stomach can show up on your skin. The healthier the food
you eat, the better your skin will look. Food and lifestyle that is good for
your body is also good for your skin.
Drink water to plump out your skin. Dryness may result in unsightly itchy, dull
scaly skin or dry red patches on the skin. Water also help flush out toxins from
your system leaving you feeling better and with a clearer, more beautiful skin.
You need about 8 glasses of water each day.
Pale, sallow, blotchy or greasy, acne prone skin indicates an imbalance /
unhealthy diet or illness. This article will not deal with illness but focus on
diet instead. Your skin needs both balanced nutrition and liquids to support and
flush out the body. In addition to water, consume other liquids such as juices,
teas, herbal drinks and soups.
Lubricate with oil
Oil lubricates your skin and acts as a barrier to keep water in. the oil from
cold water fish, walnut, flax seeds and sesame help make skin look younger and
suppler. Essential fatty acids in these foods are responsible for healthy cell
membranes; they not only act as barriers to harmful substances and germs, but
also act as filters for nutrients and waste products to get in and out of the
cells. Moreover, the same inflammatory process that can harm your arteries and
cause heart disease can harm skin cells. Essential fatty acids can offer
protection to both.
The best-known essential fatty acids are omega 3 and omega 6, which must be in
balance in our diet for healthy body and good skin. The recommended amount of
oil or fat in your diet is two tablespoonfuls per day.
Fruits and vegetables are a good source of antioxidants, minerals, vitamins,
fiber as well as phytochemicals.
Antioxidants and other phytochemicals in fruits and vegetables can protect the
body’s cells from destructive free radicals. When you help protect the cells
from damage and disintegration, you also guard against premature aging. Fruits
and vegetables may very well help keep your skin younger looking longer.
Take 3-5 servings of vegetable and 2-4 servings of fruits daily. A cup of raw
vegetable or a medium size apple is equivalent to a serving.
Get your protein from a variety of sources
A large proportion of your skin is made up of protein. Needless to say, getting
enough protein in your diet is important. Protein is made from amino acid. There
are 22 amino acids, all of which are needed by your body. You can get them from
eggs, all meats, fruits, vegetable, pulses, grains and nuts.
10-15% of your daily diet should be made up of protein to repair, maintain and
create new cells. Inadequate protein can cause skin problems and generally give
an unhealthy and tired appearance.
Improve circulation through food and exercise
Black pepper, ginger, and chili improve circulation and induce sweating. Good
circulation brings essential nutrients and oxygen to all tissues as well as
removes metabolic waste. Sweating removes toxins through the pores of the skin.
Exercise performs the same function with the added bonus of toning up muscles
thus giving more firmness and elasticity to your body and skin. It also quickens
breathing, further enriching your blood with oxygen and expelling carbon
dioxide. EAT A well-balanced diet .
Your skin needs nutrition from the above food groups plus carbohydrate to fuel
the living cells. We can liken a living cell to a car: without fuel to provide
energy, it cannot function. The USDA recommends getting the majority of energy
needs from carbohydrate. Eat 6-11 servings of carbohydrate daily to provide the
needed energy. A slice of bread is equivalent to a serving.
Everyone knows a well-balanced diet is necessary for good health and this is
reflected on the skin. some health experts believe that when your diet lack
certain foods for healthy skin, other, even more serious skin problems can
result; so give yourself a healthy, beautiful skin from the inside out through
diet. However, diet is not the only prerequisite for beautiful, younger-looking


Monday, March 28, 2011


Assalamualaikum dan salam sejahtera.

Hayatilah kesah yang sungguh menyentuh perasaan dan amat tinggi nilai-nilai kemanusian di dalamnya. Miski dalam darurat,masih mampu memberi sinar kepada orang lain.

Di dalam kesah ini juga, penuh dengan rahmat Allah Yang Maha Pemurah. Nah, jelas di sini, Allah boleh memberi rahmat ke atas sesiapa saja yang dikehendaki dan setiap yang ada di muka bumi dibawah naungan DIA Yang Agung. So, sebagai hamba Allah di muka bumi, hendaklah kita bersyukur dan berpegang teguh kepada agamanya.

The Girl With the Apple (a true story)

For people who believe in Miracles..........
This is a true story...sensitive, touching and more.

Please take the time to read it.

A Girl With An Apple

(This is a true story and you can find out

more by Googling Herman Rosenblat.
He was Bar Mitzvahed at age 75)

August 1942. Piotrkow, Poland.

The sky was gloomy that morning as we waited anxiously.

All the men, women and children of Piotrkow's Jewish ghetto had been herded into a square.

Word had gotten around that we were being moved. My father had only recently died from typhus, which had run rampant through the crowded ghetto. My greatest fear was that our family would be separated.

'Whatever you do,' Isidore, my eldest brother, whispered to me, 'don't tell them your age. Say you're sixteen.

'I was tall for a boy of 11, so I could pull it off. That way I might be deemed valuable as a worker.

An SS man approached me, boots clicking against the cobblestones.

He looked me up and down, and then asked my age.

'Sixteen,' I said. He directed me to the left, where my three brothers and other healthy young men already stood.

My mother was motioned to the right with the other women, children, sick and elderly people.

I whispered to Isidore, 'Why?'

He didn't answer.

I ran to Mama's side and said I wanted to stay with her.

'No, ' she said sternly.

'Get away. Don't be a nuisance. Go with your brothers.'

She had never spoken so harshly before. But I understood: She was protecting me. She loved me so much that, just this once, she pretended not to. It was the last I ever saw of her.

My brothers and I were transported in a cattle car to Germany.

We arrived at the Buchenwald concentration camp one night later and were led into a crowded barrack. The next day, we were issued uniforms and identification numbers.

'Don't cal! l me Herman anymore.' I said to my brothers. 'Call me 94983.'

I was put to work in the camp's crematorium, loading the dead into a hand-cranked elevator.

I, too, felt dead. Hardened, I had
become a number.

Soon, my brothers and I were sent to Schlieben, one of Buchenwald's sub-camps near Berlin.

One morning I thought I heard my mother's voice.

'Son,' she said softly but clearly, I am going to send you an angel.'

Then I woke up. Just a dream. A beautiful dream.

But in this place there could be no angels. There was only work. And hunger. And fear.

A couple of days later, I was walking around the camp, around the barracks, near the barbed-wire fence where the guards could not easily see I was alone.

On the other side of the fence, I spotted someone: a little girl with light, almost luminous curls. She was half-hidden behind a birch tree.

I glanced around to make sure no one saw me. I called to her softly in German. 'Do you have something to eat?'

She didn't understand.

I inched closer to the fence and repeated the question in Polish.

She stepped forward. I was thin and gaunt, with rags wrapped around my feet, but the girl looked unafraid. In her eyes, I saw life.

She pulled an apple from her woolen jacket and threw it over the fence.

I grabbed the fruit and, as I started to run away, I heard her say faintly, 'I'll see you tomorrow.'

I returned to the same spot by the fence
at the same time every day.

She was always there with something for me to eat - a hunk of bread or, better yet, an apple.

We didn't dare speak or linger. To be caught would mean death for us both.

I didn't know anything about her, just a kind farm girl, except that she understood Polish. What was her name?
Why was she risking her life for me?

Hope was in such short supply, and this girl on the other side of the fence gave me some, as nourishing in its way as the bread and apples.

Nearly seven months later, my brothers and I were crammed into a coal car and shipped to Theresienstadt camp in Czechoslovakia .

'Don't return,' I told the girl that day. 'We're leaving.'

I turned toward the barracks and didn't look back, didn't even say good-bye to the little girl whose name I'd never learned, the girl with the apples.

We were in Theresienstadt for three months. The war was winding down and Allied forces were closing in, yet my fate seemed sealed.

On May 10, 1945, I was scheduled to die in the gas chamber at 10:00 AM.

In the quiet of dawn, I tried to prepare myself. So many times death seemed ready to claim me, but somehow I'd survived. Now, it was over.

I thought of my parents. At least, I thought, we will be reunited.

But at 8 A .M. there was a commotion. I heard shouts, and saw people running every which way through camp. I caught up with my brothers.

Russian troops had liberated the camp! The gates swung open.

Everyone was running, so I did too.

Amazingly, all of my brothers had survived;

I'm not sure how. But I knew that the girl with the apples had been the key to my survival.

In a place where evil seemed triumphant, one person's goodness had saved my life, had given me hope in a place where there was none.

My mother had promised to send me an angel, and the angel had come.

Eventually I made my way to England where I was sponsored by a Jewish charity, put up in a hostel with other boys who had survived the Holocaust and trained in electronics. Then I came to America, where my brother Sam had already moved. I served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War and returned to New York City after two years.

By August 1957 I'd opened my own electronics repair shop.

I was starting to settle in.

One day, my friend Sid who I knew from England called me.

'I've got a date. She's got a Polish friend. Let's double date.'

A blind date? Nah, that wasn't for me.

But Sid kept pestering me, and a few days later we headed up to the Bronx to pick up his date and her friend Roma.

I had to admit, for a blind date this wasn't so bad. Roma was a nurse at a Bronx hospital. She was kind and smart. Beautiful, too, with swirling brown curls and green, almond-shaped eyes that sparkled with life.

The four of us drove out to Coney Island. Roma was easy to talk to, easy to be with.

Turned out she was wary of blind dates too!

We were both just doing our friends a favour. We took a stroll on the boardwalk, enjoying the salty Atlantic breeze, and then had dinner by the shore. I couldn't remember having a better time.

We piled back into Sid's car, Roma and I sharing the backseat.

As European Jews who had survived the war, we were aware! that much had been left unsaid between us. She broached the subject, 'Where were you,' she asked softly, 'during the war?'

'The camps,' I said. The terrible memories still vivid, the irreparable loss.

I had tried to forget. But you can never forget.

She nodded. 'My family was hiding on a farm in Germany, not far from Berlin,' she told me. 'My father knew a priest, and he got us Aryan papers.'

I imagined how she must have suffered too, fear, a constant companion.

And yet here we were both survivors, in a new world.

'There was a camp next to the farm.' Roma continued. 'I saw a boy there and I would throw him apples every day.'

What an amazing coincidence that she had helped some other boy.

'What did he look like? I asked.

'He was tall, skinny, and hungry. I must have seen him every day for six months.'

My heart was racing. I couldn't believe it.

This couldn't be.

'Did he tell you one day not to come back because he was leaving Schlieben?'

Roma looked at me in amazement. 'Yes!'

'That was me!'

I was ready to burst with joy and awe, flooded with emotions.

I couldn't believe it! My angel.

'I'm not letting you go.' I said to Roma. And in the back of the car on that blind date, I proposed to her. I didn't want to wait.

'You're crazy!' she said. But she invited me to meet her parents for Shabbat dinner the following week.

There was so much I looked forward to learning about Roma, but the most important things I always knew: her steadfastness, her goodness. For many months, in the worst of circumstances, she had come to the fence and given me hope. Now that I'd found her again, I could never let her go.

That day, she said yes. And I kept my word. After nearly 50 years of marriage, two children and three grandchildren, I have never let her go.

Herman Rosenblat of Miami Beach , Florida

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Sunday, March 27, 2011


Langkah kita seiring
Denai denai kehidupan..

Idea bertingkah
Namun masih serupa..

Cerita lara,
Cerita bahagia
Kita himpun menjadi satu..

Hari ini
Belum pasti menjadi semalam..

Karna kehidupan
Samar di hadapan..

Yang jelas
Nafas kan terhenti
Bila bila masa..

Thursday, March 24, 2011


Kejadian pada petang Ahad yang baru lalu benar-benar mencemaskan aku. mana tidaknya, itulah pertama kali aku mengalami sendiri litar-pintas.

Litar-pintas itu berlaku kerana kecuaian diri sendiri. Berkebetulan hari itu hujan yang teramat lebat di daerahku. Telah ku sedia maklum, andai hujan bersulam angin kencang, pasti ada ruang di rumah yang terkena tempias.

Setelah hujan reda, tanpa ku periksa keadaan ruang tempat aku selalu menggosok baju terlebih dahulu, samada ia basah atau tidak, aku terus pasangkan plug strika, lantas bersahaja menggunakannya.

Setelah aku hamper siap menggosok 4 helai baju, tiba-tiba strikaku meletup dan terasa panas dipergelangan tanganku. Secara spontan, strika terlepas dari tanganku dan serentak itu letrik di rumahku terputus sama sekali.

Kala itu hanya aku dan pengawal peribadi kecilku berada di rumah. Mendengarkan letupan, dan melihatkan letrik terputus tiba-tiba, apa lagi, pengawal peribadi kecilku segera berlari mendapatkanku dengan cemas sekali.

Melihatkan aku dalam kesakitan, dia mula menangis. Dalam tangisan, mulutnya sibuk berdoa “Ya Allah, saya tak mahu mama mati dulu.” Nak tersenyum pun aku tak mampu, kerana menahan rasa sakit.

Terasa tanganku mula membengkak dan menurut anakku, ditempat yang membengkak sudah berwarna hitam, kerana kesan terbakar mungkin.

Untuk mengurangkan rasa pedih kerana melecur ditangan, dan mengelakkan dari tempat melecur menggelembung, di dalam mindaku hanya terfikir ubat gigi dan madu. Dek kerana madu jauh dari kami, lalu aku meminta anakku mengambilkan ubat gigi dan disapu ketempat yang membengkak dengan agak banyak.

Lalu ku biarkan selama setengah jam, Alhamdulillah, setelah setengah jam kemudian, rasa pedih berkurangan miski bengkaknya belum surut lagi.

Kemudian, aku bersihkan ubat gigi tadi dengan air, lantas ku sapukan sekali lagi. Aku berbuat begitu, kerana ubat gigi mengandungi min dan boleh menyejukkan tempat yang melecur.

Ternyata petua itu berkesan. Setengah jam kemudian, ku dapati tempat melecur yang tadinya mula mengelembung kering dan sakitnya semakin berkurangan.

Kemudian, baru ku sapukan krim antibiotic. Yalah, paling tidak untuk mengelak dari jangkitan kuman di tempat terbakar.

Aku bersyukur kerana bahagian tanganku yang terbakar sedikit sahaja dan tidak sampai ke bahagian bawah kulit.

Setelah krim antibiotic kering, aku sapukan bam gamat berulang kali dalam jangkamasa yang singkat. Bam gamat ku dapati dapat mengurangkan kegatalan yang berlaku pada tempat terbakar dan meredakan bengkak di tangan.

Alhamdulillah, segala langkah yang ku ambil nampaknya berhasil, dan sehingga hari ini, kesan hitam kerana terbakar hamper hilang, bengkak pada tangan juga sudah tiada lagi. Hanya masih terasa perit jika dissentuh.

Alhamdulillah, kerana Allah terus melindungi diriku, serta automatic switch berfungsi dengan baik, maka, terselamatlah aku dari melecur teruk dan berlaku kebakaran yang serius mungkin.

Jadi, mungkin ada sekelumit iktibar yang boleh diambil dari pengalaman ku ini. Betapa pentingnya kita memastikan switch automatic berfungsi dengan baik. Keselamatan di dalam rumah adalah tanggungjawab penghuninya.

Dalam kita berserah diri kepada Allah, langkah-langkah keselamatan hendaklah dimaksimumkan.

Tuesday, March 22, 2011


Assalamualaikum dan salam sejahtera kepada yang sudi mengunjungi lelaman kerdil ini.

Sebagai ibu ayah, pasti kita mahu anak-anak menjadi insan terbaik buat kita, agama dan dunia sejagat. Lantas, demi mencapai matlamat, kita berusaha sedaya upaya mengisi ruang rohani mereka dengan ilmu dunia dan akhirat. Namun dengan kehendak Allah, sampai satu masa mereka mampu melangkah jauh, kita diuji oleh Allah akan perubahan perwatakan si anak dari acuan molek kepada acuan yang tidak lagi stabil sebagai insan muslim/muslimah sejati.

Bila itu terjadi, usah kita mudah melenting. Teruskan menasihati di samping bermohon dengan penuh keikhlasan kepada YANG MAHA BESAR.

Tips melembutkan hati anak agar kembali kedalam redha Allah dan ibu bapa.

**bacalah surah Al-Fatihah sebanyak 70 kali setiap hari, selama seminggu.
**bacakan ke dalam air masak yang menjadi minuman, dan
**ke dalam beras yang bakal dimasak setiap hari.

Inshaallah, dengan keyakinan tetap bahawa segalanya atas keizinan Allah, amalan ini mujiarab.

Ia boleh diamalkan dalam sebarang keadaan: untuk anak, isteri/suami.

tips ini dipetik dari: "rancangan Tanyalah Ustaz"

Monday, March 21, 2011


Telah berlalu cuti sekolah selama seminggu, dan seminggu itu jugalah aku memperuntukkan sepenuh masa dan perhatianku terhadap putraku.

Almaklumlah dihari-hari persekolahan, kami tidak punya banyak masa bersama. Anakku akan ke sekolah seawall 7.00 pagi, sementara pulangnya jam 6.00 petang, dan mula melelapkan matanya jam 7.30 malam. Itulah rutin harian putraku.

Oleh kerana kewajiban solat belum tertanggung keatasnya, maka, aku tidaklah bertegas memaksanya untuk menunggu solat Isha’ pada hari persekolahan.

Selama seminggu lalu, aku telah cuba sebaik mungkin mengisi ruang-ruang yang terluang dengan aktiviti yang memberi impak positif keatas minda putraku.

Demi menyahut minatnya terhadap buku, maka, boleh dikatakan hamper setiap pagi aku menemani putraku ke kedai buku Popular. Aku dan putraku akan menghabiskan masa selama dua jam di situ. Di situ, dapatlah dia membaca pelbagai buku dan dengan ini dapat mengurangkan kos dalam perbelanjaan membeli buku.

Disebelah petangnya, aku menemaninya menonton kartoon di tv sambil mendengar dia bercerita tentang buku yang sudah dibaca.

Waktu malam, tiada lagi tv untuknya. Aku hanya menemani putraku melihat-lihat buku pelajarannya sambil membetulkan hafazannya dan menyiapkan segala kerja rumah yang dibekalkan oleh guru-gurunya.

Dipertengahan minggu, iaitu hari Selasa dan Rabu, aku dan suami telah membawanya ke pantai Port Dickson. Kami bermalam di Tiara Beach Resot. Di sini, tiada pantai original, yang ada hanya pool yang luas terbentang dan di dalamnya terdapat play ground. Memang seronok untuk anak-anak.

Untuk ke pantai original, mesti menggunakan kereta. Jadi, Kami memilih kke pantai di Teluk kemang, kerana paling berhampiran dengan tempat penginapan kami.

Ini adalah kali kedua putraku mencecah pantai. Dia,masih seperti kali pertama dulu, begitu teruja bermain air laut dan ombak. Tiada sedikit pun perasaan takutnya terhadap laut. Bila melihat dia over confident, tercetus juga rasa bimbang dihatiku., lantas, berkali-kali aku berpesan kepada suamiku agar memberi lebih tumpuan tehadap gerak-gerinya.

Alhamdulillah, hari ini, segalanya kembali seperti biasa dan dia kelihatan begitu bersemangat untuk ke sekolah. Dek kerana esok, dia akan kembali ke sekolah, maka, selepas saja solat Isha’, dia begitu mudah melelapkan matanya. Maka, dapatlah aku tarikan jejariku di atas bebutang keyboard.

Friday, March 11, 2011


Pergi bermalam ke sungai tua,
Singgah sebentar rumah cik Jara,
Untuk membeli sebiji nangka;
Bila bercakap dengan orang tua,
Jangan suka tinggikan suara,
Agar dirimu tidak derhaka.

Bergurau senda jauhi nestapa,
Gelak ketawa ala kadar sajalah;
Kalau sayangkan mama dan papa,
Istiqamah taatkan suruhan Allah.

Jangan berlari takut tersungkur,
Kelak luka kaki dan tangan;
Untuk menjadi manusia bersyukur,
Pandang renunglah insan yang kekurangan.

Beli beras berguni-guni,
Untuk dibawa ke sungai Linggi;
Wahai anakku dengarlah sini,
Jadilah muslim berperibadi tinggi.

Engkau-engkau aku-aku,
Itu bukanlah amalan nabi;
Tolong menolong Bantu membantu,
Itu kan sifat insan terpuji?

Tersalah faham cepat memaafi,
Agar tidak tersimpan dihati;
Jangan sekali meninggi diri,
Sifat bermegah hendaklah dijauhi.

Wednesday, March 9, 2011


Setelah beberapa tahun Taman Tamadun Islam terbina, baru December lalu aku dan family berkesempatan ke sana.


Sebenarnya, aku tidaklah teruja sangat untuk ke sana, tapi mengenangkan anakku bersungguh nak melihat masjid kristal, maka, bila melihatkan adikku punya masa terluang, lalu aku meminta beliau menjadi driver kami.  Almaklumlah, kami tak punya transport sendiri.


Untuk memasuki tapak TDI, seorang dewasa dikenakan charge rm 25, sementara seorang kanak-kanak berusia 7 - 12 tahun, dikenakan rm 18.  Hai, nampaknya, kalau punya ahli keluarga yang ramai, sakitlah juga.


Bagi aku, yang menarik kat situ, hanyalah restoran terapung Wang Mang.  Di restoran ini disediakan makanan tradisional orang Terengganu.  Antaranya, keropok lekor, nasi dagang, laksam, laksa Terengganu dan baeberapa jenis kuih tradisional.


Ern! Sos Keropok lekor kat sini memang sedap.  Ha ha, jangan terkejut pula, kkeropoknya dipotong kecil-kecil, dicampurkan dengan sos dan diletakkan di dalam cup.  Harganya boleh tahan juga.


Sesudah selesai kami melihat-lihat replica masjid-masjid yang terdapat di situ, tiba-tiba anakku bersuara.


"ma, hari ni, banyak kali kita tengok wayang kan?"


Sambil tersenyum aku membetulkan pernyataan anakku.


"Kal, itu bukan wayang, apa yang kita tengok tu, hanyalah video yang ditayangkan menggunakan screen besar."


"oh, sebab Kal tengok kat tv, orang tengok wayang macam mana kita tengok hari nillah, dan kerusi pun sama."


Jujur aku katakan, sepanjang usia anakku, belum pernah sekali aku membawanya ke panggung wayang.  Bagi aku, tengok wayang ni, tak perlu aku ajar.


Oh berbalik semula pada kesah TDI, bagi sesiapa yang malas nak berjalan kaki, ada disediakan train untuk pusing keliling kota.


Seperti biasalah, sepertimana tempat-tempat pelancungan yang lain, kedai cendera mata  ada tersergam indah.


Tapak TDI ini terletak tidak jauh dari bangunan muzium negeri Terengganu.

Monday, March 7, 2011


Setiap apa yang berlaku ke atas diri kita, adalah dengan kehendak dan keizinan Allah jua, dan kehendak DIA juga, sesuatu yang negative itu dapat dipulihkan.. Lantas sebagai hamba kerdil, kita disuruh berdoa agar dijauhi segala perkara yang bersifat negative.

Sebagai pelindung diri dari ilmu hitam, terdapat beberapa ayat al-qur’an yang mustajab diamalkan. Tapi sewajarnya, amalan bacaan al-qur’an menjadi rutin hidup kita kerana membaca ayat-ayat suci Allah, sebenarnya, kita sedang berbica dengan Allah Azawajalla.

Antara ayat-ayat mustajab untuk mengelak diri dari ilmu hitam:

**Terdapat di dalam surah Khud, ayat 56

**surah Al-Ak’raf, ayat 13

Amalkan setiap kali sesudah solat atau ianya menjadi lebih baik, jika ayat-ayat ini dapat dihafaz. Wajib bagi kita membaca dengan bacaan yang betul dan sempurna sebutannya.

Surah Al-Baqarah hendaklah dibaca dari mula hingga akhir untuk menghalau jin/syaitan dari rumah kita.

Apa-apa pun, sebelum kita meminta dariNYA, hendaklah kita terlebih dahulu, menyempurnakan hak-hak DIA, Inshaallah, permintaan kita dimakbulkan dengan rela.

Dipetik daripada rancangan “tanyalah Ustaz” keluaran tv 9.

Friday, March 4, 2011


Ed’dah adalah satu perbuatan yang termaktub dalam ilmu feqah yang wajib diketahui oleh setiap umat islam.

Ed’dah bermaksud satu tempoh yang telah ditetapkan hukum syarak.

Ed’dah terbahagi kepada dua cara kiraan:
*tiga kali suci dari haid
*3 bulan 10 hari (bulan hijrah)

Kiraan 3 kali suci dari haid wajib dilakukan ke atas wanita yang mempunyai putaran haid.

Sementara kiraan 3 bulan 10 hari (bulan hijrah) wajib dilakukan oleh wanita yang tidak mempunyai putaran haid sama sekali atau telah monopos.

Ed’dah tertanggung ke atas dua gulungan wanita:
*wanita yang ditalak oleh suami
*wanita yang kematian suami

Wanita yang di dalam ed’dah kerana diceraikan, wajib mendapat tempat tinggal dan nafkah dari suami.

Wanita yang ditalak satu/dua, boleh dirujuk kembali oleh suami semasa dalam ed’dah tanpa Aqad. Tetapi setelah tamat ed’dah, satu-satu pasangan wajib Aqad nikah semula jika ingin kembali sebagai suami isteri.

Wanita yang di dalam ed’dah kerana perceraian, tidak boleh sama sekali keluar rumah untuk bersuka-suka, malah wajib memohon cuti dari majikan bagi mereka yang bekerja.

Kerana itulah islam menetapkan, para suami wajib memberi nafkah dan tempat tinggal kepada wanita yang sedang menjalani ed’dah.

Wanita yang sedang menjalani ed’dah kerana kematian suami, masih boleh keluar rumah untuk bekerja, namun dilarang sama sekali keluar untuk bersuka-suka.

Hatta, haji juga tidak boleh dikerjakan bagi wanita yang sedang ber-ed’dah. Jika dikerjakan juga, haji sah, tapi berdosa bagi wanita itu.

Mudah-mudahan kita sama-sama mendapat sedikit panduan kea rah keredhaan Allah.

Sumber: rancangan “Tanyalah Ustaz” keluaran tv9