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Panass!!! Ini Mentega Yang Dikesan Mengandungi DNA Babi Walaupuan DiIktiraf Halal Di New Zealand.. Hati-Hati Wahai Umat Islam Sekalian...

Bagi sesiapa yang belum tahu, sini aku khabarkan. Bahawa Bahagian Penyelidikan Jabatan Agama Johor dalam MEMO mereka dah sahkan bahawa Butter daripada New Zealand dikesan terdapat DNA Babi, dan Butter itu ialah Golden Churn Creamery Butter.

Sekarang ni musim nak raya, biskut-biskut raya tu guna lah bahan yang halal. Yang dah jelas macam ni, elak jauh-jauh.

golden churn


Hasil dari Google Image, nilah rupanya Butter tersebut. Korang pernah makan? Alhamdulillah, aku belum pernah beli butter ni.


Status 'Mismah' Dalam Draf Senarai Pemilih : Kenapa SPR Ubah Pulak? Jom Tengok Sapa Dalangnya???


Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya (SPR) telah mengubah status Mismah, yang namanya telah dimasukkan dalam draf senarai pendaftaran pemilih.

Ini berdasarkan kepada semakan pada sistem pengesahan dalam talian SPR pada jam 2 petang hari ini.

NONE'Status rekod' (rujuk rajah) menyatakan permohonannya untuk mendaftar sebagai pengundi adalah 'dalam proses pengesahan daftar pemilih'.

Namanya terdapat dalam draf daftar pemilih tambahan yang telah dibuka untuk penelitian awam.

Pengerusi SPR, Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Yusof, ketika dihubungi, menjelaskan bahawa tempoh bantahan berakhir semalam.

"Mereka yang tidak menerima apa-apa bantahan akan diwartakan (sebagai pengundi). Mereka yang menerima bantahan akan tertakluk kepada proses pengesahan," katanya.

Sewaktu proses tersebut, siasatan awam akan diadakan untuk mendengar kedua-dua pihak - bakal pengundi dan pengadu.

Semalam Malaysiakini mendapati Mismah telah dikategorikan sebagai seorang penduduk tetap (PR) dalam sistem Jabatan Pendaftaran Negara (JPN).
Sistem pengesahan JPN dalam talian, yang membolehkan pengguna untuk menyemak status individu, menunjukkan Mismah adalah pemegang MyPR kad No 640704715238.

Kira-kira empat jam selepas laporan itu disiarkan semalam, status Mismah dalam sistem pengesahan dalam talian JPN, telah 'dinaik taraf' kepada warganegara.

Pengerusi SPR, Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Yusof, ketika dihubungi kemudiannya, berkata ia mungkin berpunca daripada kecuaian teknikal di pihak JPN, serta menegaskan bahawa hanya warganegara layak didaftarkan sebagai pengundi.

Konvokesyen KIDU Kali ke-10 Meriah - Ramai Graduan Berwibawa Di Bidang Agama Asas Didikan KIDU


http://wartakedah.net/images/stories/OGOS2011/kidu.jpgPOKOK SENA - Kolej Islam Darul Ulum (KIDU) kini menawarkan pengajian Islam kepada penuntut-penuntut baru untuk mendalami ilmu agama iaitu pengajian Syariah, Bahasa Arab dan Usuluddin.

Menurut Pengerusi Jawatankuasa Agama, Pelajaran dan Koperasi, YB. Dato’ Haji Mohamed Taulan Mat Rasul, penubuhan KIDU adalah bertujuan melahirkan graduan-graduan yang berwibawa dalam bidang agama.

“KIDU merupakan sebuah pusat pengajian tinggi agama seperti mana Kolej Universiti Insaniah (KUIN) dan ramai penuntut di sini berjaya melanjutkan pengajian ke Universiti Al-Azhar, Mesir,” katanya.

Beliau berkata demikian pada majlis perasmian Pesta Konvokesyen KIDU Kali ke-10 di KIDU, di sini.

Taulan memberitahu, penuntut-penuntut KIDU yang ingin melanjutkan pengajian ke Universiti Al-Azhar, Mesir perlulah mengikuti pengajian di sana dari semestar pertama hingga semester keempat.

“Saya berharap agar penuntut-penuntut KIDU yang ingin melanjutkan pengajian ke Universiti Al-Azhar, Mesir menggunakan peluang yang ada untuk menimba ilmu agama dengan sebaiknya,” ujarnya.

Beliau menjelaskan, banyak institusi pengajian tinggi swasta (IPTS) yang ditubuhkan di negara ini dalam usaha meningkatkan ilmu pengetahuan di kalangan penuntut-penuntutnya.

“Penubuhan KIDU secara tidak langsung mampu menarik ramai penuntut untuk melanjutkan pengajian di sini,” katanya.

Sementara itu, Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif KIDU, Ustaz Haji Zawawi Haji Ahmad dalam ucapannya berkata, Pesta Konvokesyen ini diadakan bersempena 10 tahun Majlis Konvokesyen KIDU yang telah diadakan bermula tahun 2002.

Zawawi berkata, ramai tokoh dan individu yang terlibat sepanjang sejarah penubuhan KIDU dan Muassasah Darul Ulum.

Turut hadir ialah Ahli Parlimen Pokok Sena, YB. Dato’ Mahfuz Omar dan Ahli Dewan Undangan Negeri (ADUN) Bukit Lada, YB. Ustaz Ahmad Izzat Mohamad Shauki.

Inilah Iklan Yang Terima kecaman Masyarakat, Media Prima Tarik Balik Iklan Rasis


KUALA LUMPUR, 2 Ogos — Ekoran tekanan daripada orang ramai, Media Prima Bhd memutuskan untuk menggugurkan iklan sempena Ramadan, yang disifatkan banyak pihak sebagai berbaur rasis dan mencetuskan rasa kurang senang di kalangan rakyat pelbagai kaum.

Ketua pegawai operasi Media Prima Ahmad Izham Omar mengumumkan keputusan itu menerusi Twitter ekoran kritikan pelbagai pihak sejak awal hari ini.

“OK kawan-kawan. Kami menarik balik iklan itu. Terima kasih atas keprihatinan anda,” kata Ahmad Izham dalam mesejnya yang dikeluarkan menerus Twitter pada pukul 3.40 petang tadi.

Ahmad Izham kelihatan mengambil ringan isu ini dengan mengubah topik perbincangan tujuh minit kemudian.

“Dan, sekarang perkara lebih penting ... adakah satu seksyen bunyi hon lebih baik berbanding empat trombon? Atau hanya tiga trombon sudah memadai?” tulis beliau lagi.

Awal hari ini, bekas ketua eksekutif 8tv ini cuba meredakan keadaan dengan meminta orang tidak membesarkan iklan berkenaan yang menasihatkan bukan Islam supaya bersopan ketika bulan Ramadan.


Diterbitkan sebagai pengumuman perkhidmatan publik menerusi 8tv, tiga iklan menggambarkan seorang budak perempuan ‘Cina’ makan secara terbuka, mengenakan pakaian kurang sopan dan kurang beradab ketika Ramadan seolah-olah mencetuskan kurang senang di kalangan umat Islam.

Umat Islam di negara ini berpuasa sejak semalam selama sebulan.

Iklan-iklan itu mengesyorkan agar bukan Islam menjauhkan diri daripada tingkah laku sedemikian dan mahu mereka memahami dan menghormati bulan Ramadan.

Tahun ini, Media Prima berhadapan dengan kritikan apabila menyiarkan iklan sempena Aidilfitri, didakwa membawa gambaran dan mesej penganut Kristian.

Iklan itu turut ditarik balik ekoran kritikan orang ramai khususnya kalangan Muslim. -TMI


Ramadan ads: Of armpits and morality

Local station 8TV has come out with Ramadan advertisements that appear to be condescending to a particular race.

PETALING JAYA: A local television station has come out with Ramadan advertisements that appear to be condescending to a particular race.

Released as public service announcements (PSA) on YouTube, the 8TV advertisements depict a socially-inept Chinese woman embarrassing others at a Ramadan Bazaar.

Each PSA then comes with a moral lesson, with the woman instantly changing her ways to suit the advertisement’s message.

In one episode, the woman dressed in a sleeveless singlet openly showed her armpits to passers-by while she fiddled with a bunch of bananas. The armpits, however, were censored.

“Wow, I feel like I’m the centre of attention! I love it! And I love you all!” she says, as people around her avert their eyes.

The video is then slapped with a message that says: “Do not wear tight and revealing clothes.”

A few seconds later, the woman is then seen clad in a baju kurung, with a complete change of attitude.

A message that says “Do wear appropriate attire” then shows up on the screen.

Another episode shows the same Chinese woman eating cakes straight out of a hawker’s table, with the accompanying message: “Do not be greedy and eat in public.”

A third PSA highlights the apparent lack of manners, with the Chinese woman caressing a female seller’s arms, humming as she says: “I love you, makcik.”

Proceeding to slap a Malay male hawker selling watermelons on the shoulder, she then loudly exclaims: “Pakcik, ada diskaun kah? (Uncle, do you have a discount?)”

When FMT called 8TV for comment, a spokesperson said that the station would respond within a matter of minutes.

However, FMT noticed that the PSAs were removed from YouTube less than 10 minutes later.

(The user who originally posted the videos was known by the nickname “SanRandhawa”.)

Queried in a later call about the videos’ disappearance, the same spokesperson said: “We’re not very sure. Sometimes we get complaints from Facebook telling us to take off the videos.”

The spokesperson then declined any further comment.

CEO: Don’t over-analyse

However, Media Prima chief operating office Ahmad Izham Omar tweeted later in the day that the TV station was retracting the Ramadan ads.

“Ok guys. We’re pulling out the ads. Thank you very much for your concern,” he said under his Twitter handle, AhmadIzhamOmar.

He said this after telling his Twitter followers not to “overanalyse” the controversial 8TV ads.

“Chill guys. Don’t overthink the ads. Its written, produced and directed by a multi-racial team. If you overanalyse, anything will be bad,” Ahmad tweeted.

PAS MP: Ads in bad taste

PAS’ Kuala Selangor MP Dzulkefly Ahmad said that the three ads were done in “bad taste”.

“The ads have been done in bad taste. It is giving negative publicity to Muslims, and not enhancing the good will to Muslims,” he told FMT.

He added that Media Prima owed the public an apology over the matter.

He also referred to last year’s TV3 Hari Raya advertisement in September, which portrayed Santa Claus in a Muslim setting. After a public outcry, TV3 withdrew the clip.

Dzulkefly said the 8TV advertisements gave viewers the impression that Muslims were coercing non-Muslims into adhering to their practices.

He said that if non-Muslims wanted to follow Muslim principles, especially during Ramadan, they were free to or not to do so.

“If they want to give you that respect out of their good will, it’s their choice,” he said.

Umno Kota Belud MP Abdul Rahman Dahlan however advised the public to put the episode behind them, especially with Media Prima taking off the ads.

“A society which is able to laugh and poke fun at itself is a confident, open and matured society,” he said. He added that Malaysians had bigger things to worry about.
“Media Prima seems to have taken the ads off the air. I hope everyone will let it rest,” he said.

Wholly Umno-owned Media Prima controls the TV3, 8TV, ntv7 and TV9 television stations. It also owns the Fly FM, Hot FM and One FM radio network.

Facebook criticism

Meanwhile, 8TV has also come under fire from its fans, with many of them criticising the station’s released PSAs on its Facebook page.

One fan known as Azrul Mohd Khalib said that the station’s ads were tinged with racism.

“I am a Muslim who is also fasting. I see no need for these ridiculous ads which have a racist tone. This being a holy month too.”

“It is an insult to Muslims. But it is especially insulting to those who are non-Muslims,” he wrote, demanding (at the time) for 8TV to retract the ads.

Angie Teoh, another 8TV fan however, was convinced that the damage was already done.

“I was totally insulted by your so-called PSA ads. Your pulling the now doesn’t mean a thing.”

“It is not an overnight process to produce them and a decision was made to air them,” she said, calling for the company to make a public apology.

Another fan, Shamyl Othman was incensed with the ads, which he said trivialised the importance of the holy month of Ramadan.

“8TV, your Ramadan PSAs are dumb and insulting to both non-Muslims and Muslims. All three should be taken off the air.”

“Not only are they done in bad taste on so many levels, but they are totally irrelevant and trivialises the significance of Ramadan,” he said.

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