Ramazan Eid Mubarak,Sami Yusuf English Song

Ramazan Eid Mubarak

 

Eid Mubarak- Salman Khan

Eid Mubarak- Salman Khan

Happy Peace Day!

The United Nations’ International Day of Peace – marked every year on September 21 – is a global holiday when individuals, communities, nations and governments highlight efforts to end conflict and promote peace.

Established by U.N. resolution in 1982, “Peace Day” has grown to include millions of people around the world who participate in all kinds of events, large and small.

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Eid Mubarak (English/Burmese)

Eid Mubarak

 

EID MUBARAK

The early morning cool breeze is teasing my heavy heart.

 The gentle wind reminds my lonely fate in this faraway land.

The reverberation of “Takbir”, Eid prayers made my eyes wet with tears.

The dawn breeze and the echo of Takbir remind me of my native country side.

 

My heart filled with sorrow. I missed my home town.

I want to go back home, to my Pa Pa, Ah Mar, brothers, sisters and relatives.

I am still naively struggling for life’s daily needs.

What to do? This is my luck, my fate, my life.

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A new homeland and a native strange land

A new homeland and a native strange land

Wealth converts a strange land into homeland,

and poverty turns a native place into a strange land.

—Ali ibn Abu Talib in Nahj al-Balagha (Peak of Eloquence)

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Are Foreign workers discriminated in S’pore?

Are Foreign workers discriminated in S’pore?

Malaysiakini news by Henry McIntyre 

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It was a question that had tongues wagging in Singapore. Just how accommodating must the city-state be when embracing foreign workers? 

Or put it another way, just how close should the average Singaporean – raised on its national pledge that extols the virtues of unity, justice, freedom and equality, a pledge recited daily by the country’s school children – allow foreign workers from neighbouring Asian countries to reside in proximity to where they live?

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Farewell Khutbah for the Last Friday of Ramadan

Farewell Khutbah

for the Last Friday of Ramadan

“Khutbat Dawazdah Mahi” by Maulana Abdur-Rahman Tariq  

In the Name of Almighty Allah,
Most Gracious, Most Merciful

Assalamualaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuhu

Al Hamdu Lillaahi Rabbil ‘Aalameen was Salaatu
was Salaamu ‘alaa Ashrafil Anbiyaa’e wal Mursaleen

  • All Praise is due to Almighty Allah, the Bounteous King;
  • He is the Mighty, Omnipotent, Gracious and Obliging, Who reveals Himself everyday in a different state.
  • I always praise Him, and am thankful to Him secretly and openly.
  • I bear witness that no one is worthy of worship but Almighty Allah Subhanahu Wata’ala.
  • He is One and has no partner.
  • This is the testimony which I sincerely believe with my heart and tongue.
  • I also bear witness that our Spiritual Chief, our Apostle, and our Friend Nabee Muhammad Sallallahoo Alayhi Wasallam is the Servant and True Messenger, whom Almighty Allah sent with True Guidance and explanation (of Truth).

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