Konsultasyon ng Independent Commission on Policing isinagawa sa Bayan ng Sultan Kudarat, Maguindanao By Ammier M. Dodo (CBCS/KuMuNet) Matagumpay ang idinaos na konsultasyon ng Independent Commission on Policing o ICP na ginanap sa tanggapan ng Bangsamoro Leadership and Management Institute o BLMI, Simuay, Sultan Kudarat, Maguindanao kahapon, Miyerkules, at magtatapos sa araw na ito, ika
(just a short post. All names below are changed for now -_-)We were still waiting for brother Farhan finish his ablution while the 5 of us sit in a circle, cross-legged in the center of the musallah (prayer room). The Jamaah prayer for Zhuhur (midday p…
DAVAO CITY – November 24, 2013 – In support of the public engagements for the drafting of the Bangsamoro Basic Law, the Federation of Matigsalug and Manobo Tribal Council in partnership with the Moro-IP Kinship Council convened tribal leaders from Bukidnon, Davao and Cotabato at the ancestral domain territory of the Matigsalug tribe in Lorega, Bukidnon.
Dubbed as Samaya or a Thanksgiving Ritual, the indigenous and Bangsamoro leaders stressed on the need for the native inhabitants of Mindanao to unite and reaffirm brotherhood in order to defeat external moves to divide the leaders.
The purpose of the consultation was to share information and fresh updates on the progress of the GPH-MILF Peace Talks especially on the drafting of the Basic Law which welcomes proposals and recommendations from indigenous peoples.
This year’s 8th Medical Student Summit or MSS was held last Nov 23-24 at University of Santo Tomas (UST) in Manila. Various sessions and plenaries about the “Victories of Philippine Medicine” were held and other events as Med Quiz Bowl, Social’s night …
We can live as one because God is Only One and He is ALLAH. I do respect my fellow Earth citizens but I will never compromise my Faith and my Life. The Truth is only One. He is neither two nor three. Should you coerce me to accept your belief then prov…
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Many of us in Metro Manila look for halal places to eat out with friends and family. I did have a hard time looking for Halal restaurants in Metro Manila. Aside from Quiapo and Taguig, which are populated by Muslims, I could hardly look for eating plac…
By Tu Alid Alfonso COTABATO City (November 20, 2013) — Under the project called “Building peace in Mindanao through Public Participation in Governance” in partnership with the Conciliation Resources (CR), the United Youth for Peace and Development (UNYPAD) will lead the implementation of consultations for youth in Central, Western, and Northern Mindanao. Datuan Magon, UNYPAD
COTABATO City (November 19, 2013) — “Ito po ang paraan para makalikom kami ng pera na atin pong itutulong sa mga kapwa nating Filipino na dumaan po ng unos o trahedya sanhi ng super typhoon Yolanda,” said Radzma Kudarat, a BS in Civil Engineering student of Notre Dame Cotabato City (NDU) when asked about their
Jabir reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “The food of one person is enough for two, and the food of two people is enough for four, and the food of four people is enough for eight.” –Sahih Muslim 2059
(1 BASECO stands for Bataan Shipyard and Engineering Company)
|Preparing the foods|
|The Volunteers and BOFWO in BASECO|
It’s easy to get started creating your website. Knowing some of the basics will help.What is a Content Management System?A content management system is software that allows you to create and manage webpages easily by separating the creation of your con…
It’s easy to get started creating your website. Knowing some of the basics will help.
What is a Content Management System?
A content management system is software that allows you to create and manage webpages easily by separating the creation of your c…
COTABATO City (November 16, 2013) – The Cotabato City chapter of the United Youth for Peace and Development (UNYPAD) conducted an orientation for the newly organized youth of Barangay Rosary Height no. 3, Cotabato City with some students from Cotabato City State Polytechnic College (CCSPC). There were 20 youth participants from diverse academic orientation of
KALILANGAN, Bukidnon (November 15, 2013) – The Bukidnon provincial chapter of the United Youth for Peace and Development (UNYPAD) in partnership with UNYPAD National Chapter conducted a 3-day training workshop on Leadership, Handling of Meeting; and Conflict Management, Resolution and Transformation, held at the Iranon Village, Central Poblacion, Municipality of Kalilangan on November 1 to
Sajahatra Bangsamoro gumagawa ng hakbang upang mapabilis ang pag-enrol ng mga benepisyaro ng health insurance corporation o Philhealth By Tu Alid Alfonso (UNYPAD/KuMuNet) Tinawag na Online Rapid Enrollment o ORE ang sistemang ginagawa ngayon ng Sajahat…
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KALILANGAN, Bukidnon (November 14, 2013) – The Provincial Chapter of the United Youth for Peace and Development (UNYPAD), Bukidnon Chapter, joined in a tree-planting program spearheaded by community leaders of Iranon Village in Central Problacion of Kalilangan, Bukidnon. The tree-planting activity of the community is in connection with the villagers’ aim of mitigating adverse effects
We are on a mission :)Who else is with us..? One thing for sure. I know He is.. #prayforus <3
Radio Community Peace Forum ng KuMuNet sa Framework Agreement on the Bangsamoro sa bayan ng Upi, Maguindanao, Matagumpay na naidaos By Tu Alid Alfonso (UNYPAD/KuMuNet) Matagumpay na naidaos ang Radio Community Peace Forum ng Kutawato Multimedia Network o KuMuNet sa bayan ng Upi, Maguindanao na kung saan pinag-usapan ang Framework Agreement on the Bangsamoro
After many years of building website and also collecting domain names for future projects as an entrepreneur and also as a blogger. I just received an email from LATHAM & WATKINS LLP a law firm who represents Entrepreneur Media, Inc. who runs the famous Entrepreneur.com . This is regarding the domain name i own, which […]
Away from the door of mercy By Yusuf Morales lost souls seeking a door to enter, trying to find meaning inside this cage of glass… thinking this cage is reality what one barely knows, is that despite what we feel, what our senses tell us…. it mocks our mind as they say mirror images of […]
(The eye of the heart by Yusuf Morales) There are those who say, one has to see to be believe… Can one see the wind? The deceived doth say, Our knowledge suffice… we shall judge on our certainty Is sight a matter of the eyes, what of those who may not have them […]
Around seventy key leaders and representatives of Indigenous Peoples (IPs) in Maguindanao and Sultan Kudarat provinces have gathered together in Nuro, Municipality of North Upi in Maguindanao on October 12-13, 2013 for a dialogue and to discuss key issues affecting them in the core and adjacent areas of the…
For most of the non-Arabic speaking people like me, Fiqh and Shari’ah are used interchangeably. Most often, I use these words synonymously when in fact they are two terms that mean differently. What I understood from childhood is that these two mean “Islamic Law.” However, as I studied in Islamic Online University, I learned that these two are of different meanings.
Fiqh literally means “the true understanding of what is intended.” And Shari’ah literally means “a waterhole where animals gather daily to drink, or the straight path.”
Technically, Fiqh is a science of deducing Islamic laws from evidences found in Qur’an and Sunnah. While Shari’ah is the total of Islamic laws revealed to the prophet that can be found in the Qur’an and Sunnah. In short, Fiqh is a deduced Shari’ah.
Fiqh may also be changed according to the circumstances to which it is applied, while Islamic laws in Shari’ah can never be changed as they are decreed by the Almighty Allaah. Fiqh applies to specific circumstances while the Shari’ah is mostly general in the sense that it is basic principles.
We must understand the Fiqh of Shari’ah for us to be able to live the Islamic way of life. This should be the unifying force that would bring Muslims altogether. In shaa Allaah, we will all learn further.