Monthly Archives: September 2011

Jamuan Raya….

Selamat hari raya kepada saudara serta saudari… setahun hanya sekali merayakan hari yang mulia ini….dasyat raya tahun sebab every week ada open house…yang lebih dasyat tu bukan 1 rumah…tapi 3 – 4 biji rumah.Memang x muat perut nak makan..jadi k…

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Smile!

Smile.Its so simple a thing to do, yet carries so many feelings and emotions. It has only one meaning: Happiness. “Smiling everyday would surely make your day”. With this in mind, I have created a collage of photos bearing the smiles from differen…

Summer and Spring

Found these two shots in my old files: Same Scenes taken on different Seasons. It is just fascinating how things change through time. Both photo was taken in MSU Grandstand, MSU-Marawi. The first shot was taken in March 10, 2010 when it was so hot…

Summer and Spring

Found these two shots in my old files: Same Scenes taken on different Seasons. It is just fascinating how things change through time. Both photo was taken in MSU Grandstand, MSU-Marawi. The first shot was taken in March 10, 2010 when it was so hot…

Raindrops

Visiting old albums in my hard drives always makes new impressions to me. Even though I do not have any personal Camera now to capture new shots, old shots in my laptop always become a new attraction for me once I revisit them. It’s like “Hey, I rememb…

UVPN Programs

Bismillah. In the name of Allah the most Gracious, the most Merciful.
Alhamdulillah. All praise is due to Allah, the Lord of all beings.

By request from our members and applicants alike, we have finally posted the recorded Programs and Activities of UVPN Throughout Mindanao and Palawan. Other programs may not have been included in this table due to our failure to document them, may Allah correct us if we missed some of them. Please feel free to email us, or post your comments below if you found some of these erroneous, shukran!
email us: urvoice4peace@yahoo.com

ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS

Program Title
Dates and Area of Implementation
Actors / Partners
Inauguration of MSU Chapter
September 1, 2007 at Mindanao State University-Main Campus.
UVPN-MSU
Sale for a Cause
September 3-8, 2007 at Sultan Kudarat Islamic Academy, Sultan Kudarat, Maguindanao
UVPN SKIA
Trainers’ Training I
December 24, 2007 at ORC Compound, Cotabato City
UVPN, Inspired Youth Optimistic Guild representatives
Trainers’ Training II
December 25, 2007 at Parang, Maguindanao.
UVPN, MSU-Seasider Students & Professionals Organization
Over-Night Leadership Training
February 16, 2008 at Mindanao State University-Main Campus
UVPN-MSU
2009 Islamic Leadership Training and Peace Workshop
December 27-28, 2009 at Sultan Kudarat Islamic Academy
UVPN-SKIA
2010 Islamic Leadership Training and Peace Workshop
October 29-30, 2010 at Sultan Kudarat Islamic Academy
UVPN-SKIA

SPIRITUAL ENLIGHTENMENT PROGRAMS

Program Title
Dates and Area of Implementation
Actors / Partners
Program on Lailatul Qadr Vigil
October 14, 2006 at Sultan Kudarat Islamic Academy
UVPN, Muslim Youth Brotherhood, Inc.
Three-Day Islamic Seminar and Leadership Training
May 27-29,2007 at Sultan Kudarat Islamic Academy
UVPN-SKIA
Pre-Ramadhan Symposium “Ramadhan: Burden or Blessing”
September 12, 2007 at Mindanao State University-Main Campus.
UVPN-MSU
One-Night UVPN Youth Program on the Night of Power Vigil
October 6, 2007 at Sultan Kudarat Islamic Academy
UVPN, United Muslim Youth Association
Pre-Ramadan Symposium “Relevance of Ramadan on the Contemporary Bangsamoro Society”
September, 2008 at Mindanao State University-Main Campus, Marawi City, Lanao del Sur
UVPN-MSU
One-Night UVPN Youth Program on the Night of Power Vigil
September 21, 2009 at Sultan Kudarat Islamic Academy Annex Campus, Cotabato City.
UVPN (SKIA, SK, MSU)
Forum on “The Existence of God and Resurrection”
February, 2009 at Mindanao State Unversity-Main Campus, Marawi City, Lanao del Sur.
UVPN-MSU and Risalie-Nur Institute-Philippines
2010 One-Night Youth Program on the Night of Power Vigil Part I
September 5, 2010 at Sultan Kudarat Islamic Academy Main Campus, Sultan Kudarat, Maguindanao.
UVPN
2010 One-Night Youth Program on the Night of Power Vigil Part II
September 7, 2010 at Masjid Salaamah, Dona Teresa St., Cotabato City.
UVPN
Grand Qiyamul Layl 2011
August 27, 2011 at Sultan Kudarat Islamic Academyy.
UVPN National

YOUTH EMPOWERMENT PROGRAMS

Program Title
Dates and Area of Implementation
Actors / Partners
First Maguindanao Qur’anic Essay Writing and Washiyah Contest
October 5 and 14, 2006 at Sultan Kudarat Islamic Academy, Sultan Kudarat, Maguindanao
UVPN
“Panguyat Ko Kungudaan”- A Youth Empowerment Seminar-Workshop
December 27, 2007 at Matanog, Maguindanao.
UVPN with MSU-Seasider Students and Professionals Organization
10-day Youth Empowerment and Leadership Training Program
April, 2008 at Sultan Kudarat Islamic Academy
UVPN SKIA
1st Islamic Quiz Challenge
August 2008 at Mindanao State University-Main Campus, Marawi City, Lanao del Sur.
UVPN-MSU

PEACE & UNITY PROMOTION PROGRAMS

Program Title
Dates and Area of Implementation
Actors / Partners
Half-day Seminar on Promoting Peace I
July 16, 2005 at Cotabato City Institute.
UVPN and ACCESS from Cotabato City Institute
Half-Day Seminar on Promoting Peace II
July 23, 2005 at Sultan Kudarat Islamic Academy
UVPN and ACCESS from Cotabato City Institute
Three-Day Islamic Seminar and Leadership Training
May 27-29,2007 at Sultan Kudarat Islamic Academy
UVPN-SKIA
1st UVPN-MSU Inter-Ethnic Dialogue
February 23, 2008 at Mindanao State University-Main Campus
UVPN-MSU
Dialogue of Civilizations: A United Front for the Preservation of Belief
February, 2009 at Mindanao State University, Main Campus, Marawi City, Lanao del Sur.
UVPN-MSU and Risalei-Nur Institute-Philippines
Forum on Harmonious Co-existence
May 3-4, 2009 in El Manuel Convention Center, Cotabato City
UVPN with Cotabato Inter-communal Initiatives (CICI)
2009 Islamic Leadership Training and Peace Workshop
December 27-28, 2009 at Sultan Kudarat Islamic Academy
UVPN
2010 Islamic Leadership Training and Peace Workshop
October 29-30, 2010 at Sultan Kudarat Islamic Academy.
UVPN
Project Risaalah: Sharing the Message of Islam
June 25, 2011 at Grandstand, MSU-Main, Marawi City
UVPN-MSU with Nur-Assalam Project
UVPN Grand Iftar Extension 2011: Palawan
August 28-29, 2011 at Grand Mosque, Puerto Princesa City, Palawan
UVPN with Muslim Student Association-Palawan and CICI
UVPN Grand Iftar Extension 2011: Davao
August 29, 2011 at Almasjido Salaam, Sangilangan Muslim Village, Ma-a, Davao City
UVPN and CICI
UVPN Grand Iftar Extension 2011: Sulu
August 29, 2011, Masjid Godinez, Jolo, Sulu
UVPN, MSU-LHS Alumni volunteers and CICI

COMMUNITY OUTREACH PROGRAMS

Program Title
Dates and Area of Implementation
Actors / Partners
Joint Relief Operations 2009
May 2, 2009 in the Municipalities of Talitay and Datu Anggal, Maguindanao
UVPN with Cotabato Inter-Communal Initiatives, Guinakit Philippines Foundation, Inc. and Islamic Da’wah and Guidance International
Tasa-ud I: A Charity Program for the Madrasah Students
May 16, 2009 in Madrasatu Imamud Da’wah Al-Islamie, Sultan Kudarat, Maguindanao
UVPN and other sponsors
Tasa-ud II: A Charity Program for the Madrasah Students
May 20, 2009 in Madrasatu Nurol-Huda Al-Islamie, Parang, Maguindanao
UVPN and other sponsors
Tasa-ud III: A Charity Program for the Madrasah Students
May 21, 2009 in Madrasatu Langkong Al-Islamie, Matanog, Maguindanao
UVPN and other sponsors
Tasa-ud IV: A Charity Program for the Madrasah Students
May 31, 2009 in Nahda Central Academy, Arabic Department
UVPN and other sponsors
Joint Relief Operations 2010
November 27 and 28, 2010 in the Municipalities of Sultan Kudarat and Datu Odin Sinsuat, Maguindanao
UVPN with Cotabato Inter-Communal Initiatives, Guinakit Philippines Foundation, Inc. and Islamic Da’wah and Guidance International
UVPN Tasa-ud 2010 Part I: Charity Extension for the Orphans
May 15, 2010 in Markaj Ibn Taymiya, Sultan Kudarat, Maguindanao
UVPN and other sponsors
UVPN Tasa-ud 2010 Part II: Charity Extension for the Madrasah Students
May 22, 2010 in Madrasatu Imamud Da’wah Al-Islamie, Sultan Kudarat, Maguindanao
UVPN and other sponsors
Qurban Distribution Program for flood victims
November 16, 2010 in Sultan Kudarat, Maguindanao
UVPN and other sponsors
Relief Operations for the flood victims
July 3, 2011 in the Municipality of Sultan Kudarat,
UVPN and other sponsors
Project Iqra: Community visit to child ccenters and orphanage
June 26, 2011 in Bacolod-Kalawi, Lanao del Sur
UVPN-MSU

AWARDS, DELEGATIONS AND PARTICIPATIONS

Delegations
• Philippine Youth Leadership Program (PYLP) / Access to Community and Civic Enrichment for Students (ACCESS) Years II, III, IV and V at Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois, U.S.A.
• Youth Exchange Study Program at Moniteau High School, Pensylvania and Green Sea Floyds High School, South Carolina, U.S.A.
• Japan-East Asia Network of Exchange for Students & Youth (JENESYS)
• Mindanao Young Leaders Parliament (MYLP)
• 2008 Lanao Youth Congress
• International Workshops on Culture, Youth & Development
• 2009 Lanao Summer Youth Camp
• Ayala Foundation Youth Camp
• Muslim Youth Leaders Assembly
• Ayala Youth Leaders Congress
• Peace Workshops
• Gawad Geny Lopez Jr. Bayaning Kabataan 2010 National Winner
• American Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines’ Business Orientation Program

The Role of Righteous Spouse, Friends and Companion



Course: DHD 302

Student: Al Madzhar Ahmadul

HD Diploma Program

In your own words, outline the role of having righteous companions’ friends, and spouses in 600 words.

The Purpose of Creation


The importance of having a righteous companion cannot be overstated and perhaps will be understood fully when viewed from a bigger perspective of Islam on the purpose of our existence. In the age of where everything is romanticized to maximize profit in an unrestricted free market economy, love, lust and desire are promoted incessantly in subliminally driven marketing strategies. Therefore it is no wonder that one might frown or wonder that why in Islam, love is not a necessary pre requisite of marriage? Love may or may not be present at the beginning of marriage but it will be developed later on – a love that sprung from mutual respect and the winning of admiration.

In Islam, the purpose of existence is to live life in obedience to the Creator, fulfilling the responsibilities of man/woman to his/her Lord, self, parents, spouse, children, the society at large. This is accomplice by being a dutiful servant to the Lord. “I have not created the Jinn and Men except that they should worship Me” (Soorah Adh-Dhaariyat 51:56).


Marriage is half of Deen (Religion)


And so the prince marries the princess or the knights in shining armor weds the damsel in distress and they live happily ever after. Or is it?

Life is a journey of worship hence like any other journey with many pitfalls and traps, a righteous companion who constantly reminds of worship and obedience is a necessity. This does not only applies to marriage but extends towards friendship and companionship.

It is having common goals and aspirations that despite the personal difference, the relationship continues to grow because of having a common destination. It is perhaps of this and others as well, that the Prophet Sallallahu alaihi wasallam affirmed that marriage is half of our religion.


Righteous Offspring


Raising righteous children is perhaps one the biggest responsibility a person can ever have. It is a life-long commitment that consumes one’s health and wealth. Perhaps for the poor and the middle class, it is the single most expensive investment materially. Parents often forget their own selves just to provide their children good education and a better opportunity in life. As though raising children is not already a daunting task, raising them according to Islamic perspective is the real challenge and obligation of the Muslim parents. It is cultivating in them the sense of constant need of and communication with the Creator. It is nurturing in them the faith that one’s action in life will be compensated – even the smallest of them. It is fostering in them the belief that there is a Merciful God who loves to forgive and loves that His servants forgive each other, and many other things.


Just like what was already mentioned, it is having a common goal in marriage that life in this troubled world can be more harmonious. If the husband and wife have different goals and visions for their children, then, peace and harmony at home will be elusive.  Islamic identities are not just accomplished by sending our children to Islamic schools but it is primarily forged at home.


Society


The graphic contrast between the Islamic ideals and the reality of the world can never be more visualized than today’s multimedia driven world. A responsible Muslim who is engrained with the teachings found in the Qur’an and specifically in Soorah Al-Asr, that states that humankind are in loss except those who believe, do righteous good deeds, enjoins one another in truth and enjoins one another in patience (Qur’an 103:1-3), will never be truly at rest when he is surrounded by polytheism, injustices and immorality.  If like minded Muslims aggregate into neighborhoods or groups that have a common goal, they will have more chances of affecting the society. Therefore a strong Muslim community should be at the forefront in enjoining good and prohibiting evil, and in nation-building endeavors and social welfare projects.  Change ultimately must come from within, from one self, family and the society, until it reaches a critical mass where change is not only dreamed but effectuated.

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Grand Iftar Extension: Davao

As part of the Grand Iftar Series 2011, the United Voices for Peace Network had sponsored a one-day Grand Iftar in Al-Masjido Salaam, Sangilangan Muslim Village, Ma-a, Davao City  last August 29, 2011. This program is part of the series of Iftar …

Info Jerebu

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Grand Iftar Extension: Sulu

In coordination with Muslim Youth Volunteers in Sulu and Zamboanga, the United Voices for Peace Network had sponsored a one-day Grand Iftar in Masjid Godinez, Jolo, Sulu last August 29, 2011. This program is part of the series of Iftar Programs conduct…

Know your Congressman – Nur Jaafar

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Know your Congressman – Tupay Loong

Tupay Loong is one of the long serving provincial leaders in Sulu. He is currently representing Sulu’s first district in the 15th Congress.He member of the majority and chairs the Muslim Affairs committee. He is also member of other committees – Approp…

Brides of Sulu, Moro Pirates and Princess Tarhata

These 3 are titles of pre-war movies that (mis)depicted and (mis)represented exotic Sulu. Even in the early 1930s there was something about Sulu that fascinates Filipinos to the north. 

Below is an article “Archivists reclaim 2 silent PH films ‘pirated’ by US; film fest opens Friday” by Bayani San Diego Jr. published in the Philippine Daily Inquirer. 
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It was a “whodunit” involving a movie, probably now worthy of a movie itself.

This movie, “Brides of Sulu,” opens the three-day 5th International Silent Film Festival to be held at the Shang Cineplex of Shangri-La Plaza Mall starting Friday at 6 p.m.

For years, members of the Society of Filipino Archivists for Film (Sofia) have been investigating whether an American B-movie titled “Brides of Sulu,” released in 1934, was actually two Filipino silent films “reedited and assembled together.”

Sofia member Teddy Co likened it to solving a jigsaw puzzle where “almost all of the pieces are already there.”

After painstaking research that bordered on detective work, Co and colleague Dr. Marti Magsanoc believe they have established a connection between “Brides” and Filipino prewar films “Moro Pirates” and “Princess Tarhata,” both produced in 1931.

In their search for clues, the duo became increasingly suspicious that the Filipino films were “pirated” by American distributors to meet the US demand at the time for movies that showcased the exotic Orient.

‘Filipinos as savages’

“It even featured a narration that can be deemed condescending, describing the Filipinos as savages,” Co said in an exclusive interview with the Inquirer. “It was reedited to fit the Americans’ colonial designs.”

Sofia’s goal is to reclaim these “lost” silent films and retrace its Filipino roots. “All films produced in the Philippines during the silent era, from 1912 to 1932, were believed to have been lost or destroyed,” Co explained.

If Sofia’s theory is proven correct, “Tarhata” and “Pirates” can very well be “important finds in film archiving,” Co said. “These silent films were produced earlier than the oldest surviving prewar (talkie) movie ‘Zamboanga’ which was shown in 1937,” he added.

“Brides” was a “missing gem” that was right under the archivists’ noses, Co noted. This supposed B-movie (a low-budget, commercial type) had been on sale in the US video market, with excerpts posted on YouTube, he said.

“I got my copy from (the online store) Amazon,” Magsanoc said.

But for Sofia members, the quest to recover “Brides” had gone beyond the Internet. They followed various trails that led them to school libraries, museums and obscure video shops.

They also pored over newspaper clippings, movie magazine articles, even scholarly dissertations—all in pursuit of “Pirates” and “Tarhata.”

Curious ad

Co first took interest in “Brides” in 1996 when he read about it in Film Fax, a magazine on American B-movies. “It was like a directory of old films and I saw an advertisement for ‘Brides of Sulu,’” he recalled.

According to the ad, the film’s cast included a name familiar to Filipino cinemaphiles: Eduardo de Castro, an actor-director from the silent era.

“(De Castro) was touted as the Filipino version of Rudolph Valentino and was the first matinee idol in local cinema,” Co said. “An American mestizo, he worked and had a son with top actress Mona Lisa, who later starred in the Lino Brocka film ‘Insiang’ in 1976.”

Based on the credits, “Brides of Sulu” top-billed De Castro and Adelina Moreno, also an American mestiza. Born in Iriga, Camarines Sur, Moreno was later renamed Gilda Gales and was billed as the “Greta Garbo of the Philippines,” Co added.

Interestingly, the oldest surviving Filipino talkie “Zamboanga” was directed by De Castro. “‘Brides’ was like the first draft of ‘Zamboanga,’” Co said, noting that the two movies almost had the same story line.

US point of view

His curiosity piqued by the magazine item, Co later checked a 1977 thesis by Carmencita Momblanco of the University of the Philippines, which enumerated all the Filipino films produced from 1908 to 1958.

From the Momblanco thesis, Co confirmed that there were indeed two films about Mindanao made in 1931, “Pirates” and “Tarhata.”

“‘Pirates’ was directed by Jose Nepomuceno, the father of Philippine cinema,” Co said. “The director of ‘Tarhata’ is unknown, but it was produced by a cinematographer named Jose Domingo Badilla.”

In 2009, Co started working with Magsanoc who was also pursuing the same leads. “We compared our findings, and it strengthened our belief that ‘Brides’ was Filipino,” Co said. “The film’s point of view wasn’t American. It was Filipino.”

For starters, Co said, even if the film’s authorship remained uncertain, the film was still shot in the Philippines—in Zamboanga and Sulu—and featured Filipino actors.

Co also pointed out that if the sound was turned off, the movie would indeed have the look of a silent film: “The actors’ performances were gestural and over-the-top, as was the practice during the silent era.”

Who is John Nelson?

To get to the bottom of the mystery, the Sofia team did cross-referencing and multisourcing, Co said. Other sources and documents pushed the archivists in the same direction.

In his own research, Magsanoc learned that “Brides” was included in the American Film Institute (AFI) catalogue, which “listed all the movies released in the US through the years.”

Based on the AFI list, the director of “Brides” was one John Nelson.

“We looked at different sources and couldn’t find an American director by that name. It led us to conclude that John Nelson could be Jose Nepomuceno since they shared the same initials,” Co said.

The AFI entry on “Brides” also didn’t mention a producer but only a supervisor in the credits. And so Co asked: “Was it because it was not ‘produced?’ Was it because the supervisor only oversaw the reediting of two films?”

“Brides” also didn’t list a sound technician. “Was it because it was originally a silent movie?”

More clues

Co, Magsanoc and their research assistant Janine Quintana found more documents that appeared to support their theory. These included the 1940s magazine Philippine Movie News which featured an interview with Eduardo de Castro.

In the magazine article, De Castro mentioned two films that he said he made in 1931: “The Brides of Sulu” and “Moro Pirates.”

Magsanoc also interviewed Luis Nepomuceno, the filmmaker-son of Jose Nepomuceno. “When I showed him a clip of ‘Moro Pirates,’ (Luis) said that it could be the work of his father,” Magsanoc said.

The interview was arranged with the help of Nady Tofhigian of De La Salle University, who did a thesis on Jose Nepomuceno.

Like most films from the silent era, all of Nepomuceno’s works, including “Dalagang Bukid” (which starred National Artist Atang de la Rama in 1919), have been lost,” Co said.

The discovery of “Moro Pirates” as a lost Nepomuceno can potentially change history books, he said.

Magsanoc also found newspapers ads in the old Manila Tribune and Philippines Herald for “Pirates” and “Tarhata” at the Lopez Museum.

95-percent solved

“I studied the ads closely and noticed that the ‘Tarhata’ ads mentioned Delly Moreno as its star. Is Delly the nickname of Adelina Moreno who is also the lead actress in ‘Brides of Sulu?’” Co said.

Co also said both the synopses of “Tarhata” and “Pirates” matched that of “Brides,” based on the newspaper clippings.

“The puzzle is 95-percent solved,” Co said. “We hope to find another source who could verify our findings.”

“A British archivist, Luke McKiernan, agreed with our findings. We expect that this will provoke debates and discussions, but we hope ‘Brides’ will spark more research work and lead to the discovery of more mislabeled and pirated films,” Co said.

“There could be more Filipino silent films stored in archives abroad, like in Spain and Mexico,” he added.

Festival opener

To popularize its campaign to reclaim lost Philippine movies, Sofia has set up a public screening of “Brides of Sulu.”

The three-day festival will also feature silent films from other countries like Greece (“The Greek Miracle”), Italy (“L’Inferno”), Japan (“The Dawning Sky”), Spain (“Pilar Guerra”) and Germany (“Nosferatu”).

The movies will be set to live music by Filipino musicians covering diverse genres from jazz to rock. “Brides of Sulu,” for example, will be accompanied by Armor Rapista and the Panday Pandikal Cultural Troupe from Jolo, Sulu.

“We hope that through music, we’ll be able to bring these ‘lost’ silent films back home,” Rapista said.

Co said his group’s investigation was made possible with the support of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCAA), the Goethe Institut (which spearheads the Silent Film Festival) and the Film Development Council of the Philippines.

Filmmaker Elwood Perez, a member of NCCA’s cinema committee, underlined the importance of retrieving and reclaiming lost silent films. “These films are part of our national patrimony. If we neglect the past, we lose our soul as a nation.”

Jika anda terminum racun,jangan sembuhkannya dengan cuka getah

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Grand UVPN Iftar Extension-Palawan

The United Voices for Peace Network (UVPN) in coordination with Muslim Student Association (MSA)- Palawan Chapter sponsored a two-day iftar with theme: “Strengthening Muslim Unity through Extending Generosity” at Palawan Grand Mosque, Puerto Princesa City, Palawan  last August 28-29, 2011. The said iftar is part of UVPN’s extended activity for the Holy month of Ramadhan in the light of seeking the pleasure of All-Mighty Allah. Some estimated 60 (35 men & 20 women) Muslim-Palaweño were able to benefit from the program, Alhamdulillah.

This program, aside from sharing the blessings from the Most Gracious Allah, becomes an instrument in uniting Muslims despite the geographical and cultural gap existing between different Muslim minority groups specifically the Muslims in Mindanao and Palawan.

Palawan Grand Mosque

 

Other Similar Iftar programs were also conducted simultaneously in various places in Mindana like Jolo, Sulu, Dinas, Zamboanga del Sur, and Davao City as part of the Extension Program of UVPN. (Reports on these programs will be posted soon, InshaAllah).
With Reports from Ms. Fatima Magbanua and MSA Palawan .

Jangan masuk mulut buaya sebab nak lari dari mulut harimau

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Iqra Program

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Project Risaalah: Sharing the Message of Islam.

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BPA @ Bisphenol-A yang yang MERBAHAYA…

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A new World after EID.

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