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Hasrizal Abdul Jamil

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Hasrizal holds a Bachelor of Sharia (Honours) from Mu’tah University, Jordan (2001). He is the academic director at Khalifah Model School (Secondary), an integrated private Islamic school owned by Khalifah Education Foundation. Currently on his study leave in education at the University of Oulu Finland. A strong believer in progressive curriculum and instruction, welcoming technology-enhanced learning to support pedagogical needs. Area of interest includes regulations of metacognition and motivation in learning, with emphasis on Islamic education.

Hasrizal succeeded in bookwriting after his AKU TERIMA NIKAHNYA (2008) became one of the National Best Sellers. He proceeded with many more books, such as BERCINTA SAMPAI KE SYURGA (2009), MURABBI
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Hasrizal Abdul Jamil So far, I wrote because I have something to write and it is only in a size of a blog entry. My consistency is not on the writing part, but on the…moreSo far, I wrote because I have something to write and it is only in a size of a blog entry. My consistency is not on the writing part, but on the thinking, observing, and finding answers to questions I had in my mind. That forced me to write from one day to another. Having a strong motivation on writing but not on the content to write, it doesn't work for me. I'm still learning. Thank you for your question 😊(less)
Hasrizal Abdul Jamil I prefer writing, both books and blog entries, because I easily make mistakes when giving speech, but I have better control when writing. I regret…moreI prefer writing, both books and blog entries, because I easily make mistakes when giving speech, but I have better control when writing. I regret more after talking, than after writing something.(less)
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Should my Kid Fast in a Finnish School?

A friend of mine highlighted a news about a primary school in Tampere Finland denying fasting from its pupils due to health concern and difficulties to focus in lessons. “MUSLIM FASTING DISTURBING SCHOOLS WHEN CHILDREN DON’T EAT: WE CANNOT FORCE FOOD TO ANYBODY” Full news at https://suomenkuvalehti.fi/jutut/koti... Something like this should not happened. Fasting is … Read more of this blog post »
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“Orang yang tidak pernah dibakar panas mentari, mustahil menghargai rimbun berteduh - peribahasa Turki.”
Hasrizal Abdul Jamil, Secangkir Teh Pengubat Letih

“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”
Hasrizal Abdul Jamil

“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

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“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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“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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“J.F. McNair reported that Malays in Perak formally built and instituted a mosque whenever a village grew larger than forty houses.”
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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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