Isnin, 14 Oktober 2013

Jenis Haiwan dan Keutamaan Dalam Korban

Tidak boleh dibuat korban melainkan haiwan ternakan sahaja iaitu unta, lembu, kerbau, atau kambing (termasuk biri-biri). Melakukan korban selain haiwan ternakan tidak dilakukan oleh Nabi SAW dan para sahabatnya.

Dibolehkan kacukan jenis antara haiwan ternakan dengan haiwan ternakan yang lain.

Tidak boleh melakukan korban haiwan kacukan antara lembu hutan dan keldai hutan, tetapi dibolehkan sekiranya ia adalah kacukan antara salah satu daripada haiwan ternakan. Dan tak boleh kacukan dari haiwan yang halal dimakan campur dengan haiwan haram dimakan. Contohnya babi kacuk dengan biri-biri, itu memang confirm tak boleh nak buat korban.

Harus seekor unta, Lembu dan Kerbau untuk 7 orang walaupun pelbagai Niat.
Boleh melakukan korban bagi seekor unta, lembu atau kerbau untuk tujuh orang, sama ada kesemua mereka berniat untuk korban atau tidak.

Tidak boleh dikongsi Seekor Kambing.
Para ulama bersepakat mengatakan seekor biri-biri atau kambing hanya untuk seorang, tidak boleh untuk dua orang atau lebih. Bagitu juga tidak boleh sekiranya dua orang melakukan korban dua ekor kambing dan mereka berdua berkongsi pada setiap ekor. Ini kerana mereka menyembelih seekor kambing.

Keutamaan korban.
Pengkelasan korban mengikut keutamaan seperti dibawah ini:
Unta kerana dagingnya lebih banyak daripada lembu dan kambing
Lembu atau Kerbau kerana dagingnya lebih banyak daripada Kambing.
Biri-biri kerana dagingnya lebih banyak dari kambing
Berkongsi beberapa orang pada seekor Unta.
Berkongsi beberapa orang pada seekor Lembu atu Kerbau.

Lebih banyak ditumpahkan darah lebih afdal.
7 ekor biri-biri lebih utama daripada 7 ekor kambing dan 7 ekor kambing lebih utama dari seekor unta kerana banyak darah yang ditumpahkan bertambah hampir kepada Allah SWT.

Warna haiwan Korban yang lebih utama:
Belang putih dan hitam

Haiwan Jantan lebih utama daripada betina.
Haiwan jantan lebih afdal daripada haiwan betina, sekiranya ia tidak banyak mengawan. Jika ia banyak mengawan, maka haiwan korban betina yang belum beranak (masih dara) lebih utama daripada haiwan jantan yang kuat mengawan itu.

Haiwan korban Gemuk lebih utama berbanding Kurus (tidak terlalu kurus).
Haiwan korban yang gemuk tentunya lebih diutamakan daripada yang kurus. Seekor yang gemuk lebih afdal daripada dua ekor yang kurus walaupun kedua-duanya itu mempunyai warna yang afdal atau kedua-duanya adalah jantan. Ini adalah kerana melakukan korban dari haiwan yang gemuk itu adalah sebagai tanda membesarkan korban.

Firman Allah Surah al-Hajj, ayat 32: Maksudnya
Dan sesiapa yang menghormati syiar agama Allah (maka dialah orang yang bertakwa) kerana sesungguhnya perbuatan itu satu kesan daripada sifat takwa hati orang mukmin.

Jumaat, 19 April 2013

Carian pornografi mengikut negara dunia termasuk Malaysia

Ini ialah senarai kata-kata kunci yang digunakan oleh rakyat negara Malaysia, Israel, Palestin, Jepun, China, USA, Australia, India dan UK.

Jumaat, 8 Februari 2013

2012 National Geographic Photography Contest Winners

Grand Prize Winner and 1st Place/Nature:
THE EXPLOSION! - The subject's name is Busaba, a well cared for Indochinese Tigress whose home is at Khao Kheow Open Zoo, Thailand. I had taken many portraits of Busaba previously and it was becoming more and more difficult to come up with an image that appeared any different to the others. Which is why I took to observing her more carefully during my visits in the hope of capturing something of a behavioral shot. The opportunity finally presented itself while watching Busaba enjoying her private pool then shaking herself dry. In all humility I have to say that Mother Nature smiled favorably on me that day! (Photo and caption by Ashley Vincent/National Geographic Photo Contest)

1st Place/Places:
THE MATTERHORN - The Matterhorn, 4478 meters at full moon. (Photo and caption by Nenad Saljic/National Geographic Photo Contest)

1st Place/People:
AMONGST THE SCAVENGERS - At the end of the day women are allowed to pick through the dumpsite. (Photo and caption by Micah Albert/National Geographic Photo Contest)

Viewer's Choice/Places:
ICEBERG HUNTERS - Chipping ice off an iceberg is a common way for the Inuit community to retrieve fresh drinking water while on the land. During a weekend long hunting trip, we came upon this majestic iceberg frozen in place. It was a perfect opportunity to grab enough ice and drinking water for the remainder of the trip. (Photo and caption by Adam Coish/National Geographic Photo Contest)

Viewer's Choice/People:
EXPEDITION AMUNDSEN - A race that follows in the path of the famous explorer Roald Amundsen brings the contestants to the Hardangervidda Mountainplateu, Norway. 100km across the plateau, the exact same route Amundsen used to prepare for his South Pole expedition in 1911 is still used by explorers today. Amundsen did not manage to cross the plateau and had to turn back because of bad weather. He allegedly said that the attempt to cross Hardangervidda was just as dangerous and hard as the conquering of the South Pole. (Photo and caption by Kai-Otto Melau/National Geographic Photo Contest)

Viewer's Choice/Nature:
TENDER MOMENT - Everyday in Mara starts with something new and different and day ends with memorable experiences with spectacular photographs. I was very lucky sighting and photographing Malaika - the name of female Cheetah and her cub. She is well known for its habit to jump on vehicles. She learned that from her mother Kike, and Kike from her mother, Amber. Like her mother she is teaching lessons to her cub. Teaching lessons means the addition of another moment for tourists. This is one of the tender moments between Malaika and her cub. I was very lucky to capture that moment. (Photo and caption by Sanjeev Bhor/National Geographic Photo Contest)

Honorable Mention:
RED FOX CATCHING MOUSE UNDER SNOW - With his exceptional hearing, a red fox has targeted a mouse hidden under 2 feet of crusted snow. Springing high in the air he breaks through the crusted spring snow with his nose and his body is completely vertical as he grabs the mouse under the snow. (Photo and caption by Micheal Eastman/National Geographic Photo Contest)

Honorable Mention:
CHINESE TRADITIONAL DRAGON BOAT RACING - Dragon boating is a Chinese traditional entertainment. As an aquatic sport to memorize Qu Yuan, a patriotic poet in ancient china, it is usually held in festivals, which can be traced back to two thousand years ago. (Photo and caption by 关嘉城/National Geographic Photo Contest)

Honorable Mention:
EAST OF ICELAND - Glacial ice washes ashore after calving off the Brei amerkurjˆkull glacier, on Iceland's eastern coast. During the waning light of summer this image was created over the course of a 4-minute exposure while the photographer backlit the grounded glacial ice with a headlamp for 2 of those 4 minutes. (Photo and caption by Eric Guth/National Geographic Photo Contest)

Honorable Mention:
CAPTIVE - Yayasan Galuh Rehabilitation Center is and impoverished mental health facility based in Bekasi, Indonesia that hosts over 250 patients. Most come from poor families no longer interested in managing their condition, or are unable. Some patients are homeless, deposited after being taken off streets by police. The only medical treatment received is for skin conditions. No assessments, psychotherapy or psychiatric medications is available. Over one third of the patients are shackled in chains. These measures are implemented to those thought to be violent, uncontrollable and dangerous. (Photo and caption by Wendell Phillips/National Geographic Photo Contest)

Honorable Mention:
EERIE EIFFEL - The winter gloomy day worked to my advantage to create this eerie feeling of the famous landmark Eiffel tower. (Photo and caption by Indra Swari Wonowidjojo/National Geographic Photo Contest

Honorable Mention:
PREDATION UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL - I was surrounded by thousands of fish that moved in synchrony because of the predation that was happening. It was an incredible experience. (Photo and caption by Fransisca Harlijanto/National Geographic Photo Contest)

Honorable Mention:
URSUS ARCTOS HORRIBILIS - This photo of a wild, Alaskan, brown bear digging on a game trail was taken with a home made motion controlled triggering device hooked up to my DSLR. (Photo and caption by Jason Ching/National Geographic Photo Contest)

Honorable Mention:
STILT FISHING - Stilt fishing is a typical fishing technique only seen in Sri Lanka. The fishermen sit on a cross bar called a petta, tied to a vertical pole planted into the coral reef. This long exposure shot shows how unstable their position is. (Photo and caption by Ulrich Lambert/National Geographic Photo Contest)

Selasa, 22 Januari 2013

Isnin, 7 Januari 2013


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