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Hasrizal holds a Bachelor of Sharia & Islamic Studies (Honours) from Mu’tah University, Jordan. Previously Hasrizal attended Sekolah Izzuddin Shah in Ipoh 88-92. Building on his experience as Minister of Religion in Belfast Islamic Centre Northern Ireland under the sponsorship from The al-Maktoom Foundation, UAE, and several Islamic centres in the Republic of Ireland, as well as Assistant Director at Fitrah Perkasa, a training and consultancy firm in Malaysia, Hasrizal became the first Visiting Counselor and Muslim Chaplain at Malaysia’s National Heart Institute (IJN) in 2007. He is now a trainer at his own training and consultation firm, Synergy Training & Consulting (formerly known as Saifulislam Training & Consultancy), estab ...more


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Semasa bertugas sebagai Imam di Belfast Islamic Centre pada tahun 2002 yang lalu, saya pernah ditemuramah oleh seorang wartawan BCC Northern Ireland. Beliau meminta pendapat saya tentangsuicide bombing di Palestin.


Kisahnya pernah saya nukilkan di dalam bukuDi Hamparan Shamrock Kuseru Nama-Mu.


Ketika itu, saya memilih untuk tidak menjawabnya secara langsung, tetapi cuba membetulkan ‘kesalahan’ d...

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Aku Terima Nikahnya
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Secangkir Teh Pengubat Letih
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Di Hamparan Shamrock Ku Ser...
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Aku Terima Nikahnya 2: Berc...
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Transformasi Ramadan
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Tak Kenal Maka Tak Cinta
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An aliterate person is nothing much different than the illiterate one.
Endangered Minds by Jane M. Healy
“Our society is becoming increasingly aliterate, says Cullinan. “An aliterate is a person who knows how to read but who doesn’t choose to read. These are people who glance at the headlines of a newspaper and grab the TV schedule. They do not read books for pleasure, nor do they read extensively for information. An aliterate is not much better off than an illiterate, a person who cannot read at all. Aliterates miss the great novels of the past and present. They also miss probing analyses written about political issues. Most aliterates watch television for their news, but the entire transcript of a television newscast would fill only two columns of the New York Times. Aliterates get only the surface level of the news.”13”
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Lost Islamic History by Firas Alkhateeb
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Aku Terima Nikahnya by Hasrizal Abdul Jamil
"Pernah baca lamaaa dulu. Time form 5 atau selepas SPM aku dah lupa. Mungkin kena baca balik."
Aku Terima Nikahnya by Hasrizal Abdul Jamil
"Good writing, effective approach on altering youth mentality"
Aku Terima Nikahnya by Hasrizal Abdul Jamil
"I wish I had this book when I was young, but unfortunately Ustaz Hasrizal haven't wrote the book yet as he was only as young as me. This book is for the young and old, married and singles, people who wants to get married or neither way.

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Waqf as an act of citizenship
Held in Trust by Pascale Gazaleh
“But to interpret the Islamic waqf as an ‘act’ of citizenship is at best unconventional. This argument requires changing our modern understanding of citizenship as contractual status. It requires considering the ways in which the concept of citizenship has evolved through history and how it enabled a division between modern and traditional and occidental and oriental.2 Once we fulfill these requirements, new avenues of thought open up through which we can interpret Islamic waqfs as acts of citizenship.”
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“Orang yang tidak pernah dibakar panas mentari, mustahil menghargai rimbun berteduh - peribahasa Turki.”
Hasrizal Abdul Jamil, Secangkir Teh Pengubat Letih

“Tidak makan kerana tiada makanan, itu bukan pelajaran.
Tidak minum kerana tiada minuman, itu bukan latihan.
ketika kita ada segalanya untuk dimakan, namun kita memilih untuk tidak makan, kerana mentaati Allah, itulah latihan. Ia adalah latihan untuk berkata TIDAK kepada sesetangah kenahuan diri, supaya kita dapat tingkatkan daya kawalan diri! ”
Hasrizal Abdul Jamil, Aku Terima Nikahnya 3: Murabbi Cinta

“Wahai anak, kamu mungkin lebih bijak dari kami, tetapi kamu tidak mungkin dapat mengatasi kasih seorang ibu dan napa. Kamu menyayangi kami selepas kamu bijak, tetapi kami mengasihi kamu sebelum kami lahir”
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“It is quite common to hear high officials in Washington and elsewhere speak of changing the map of the Middle East, as if ancient societies and myriad peoples can be shaken up like so many peanuts in a jar.”
Edward W. Said

“Ebu Su’ud also held notably tough opinions against the Shi’ah Safavids in Iran, considering them to be rebels and infidels to be fought in war [6]. This is relevant, because after the death of Ebu Su’ud, the Janissaries would come under the official patronage of the Alevi-Bektashi Sufis in the 1590s [7]”
Muhammad Dawud Currie, Kadizadeli Ottoman Scholarship, Muhammad Ibn Abdul-Wahhab and the Rise of the Saudi State

“But to interpret the Islamic waqf as an ‘act’ of citizenship is at best unconventional. This argument requires changing our modern understanding of citizenship as contractual status. It requires considering the ways in which the concept of citizenship has evolved through history and how it enabled a division between modern and traditional and occidental and oriental.2 Once we fulfill these requirements, new avenues of thought open up through which we can interpret Islamic waqfs as acts of citizenship.”
Pascale Gazaleh, Held in Trust: Waqf in the Islamic World

“Our society is becoming increasingly aliterate, says Cullinan. “An aliterate is a person who knows how to read but who doesn’t choose to read. These are people who glance at the headlines of a newspaper and grab the TV schedule. They do not read books for pleasure, nor do they read extensively for information. An aliterate is not much better off than an illiterate, a person who cannot read at all. Aliterates miss the great novels of the past and present. They also miss probing analyses written about political issues. Most aliterates watch television for their news, but the entire transcript of a television newscast would fill only two columns of the New York Times. Aliterates get only the surface level of the news.”13”
Jane M. Healy, Endangered Minds: Why Children Dont Think And What We Can Do About I

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Kumpulan interaksi bersama penulis dan pembaca karya-karya Hasrizal Abdul Jamil semenjak Saifulislam.Com (1997) dan buku Aku Terima Nikahnya (2008)
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