Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Motif Mukena Katun Jepang November 2015

Alhamdulillah yang pesan mukena katun Jepang cukup puas dengan kualitas bahan dan jahitan.

Kalau mau pesan.

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HARGA MUKENA KATUN JEPANG BULAN NOVEMBER 2015:

Mukena Anak: 235rb
Mukena Dewasa: 265rb

Belum termasuk ongkos kirim.
Bila tambah sajadah +10rb


Ini motif untuk bulan November 2015.

MOTIF MUKENA KATUN JEPANG ANAK-ANAK BULAN NOVEMBER 2015

pedagang mukena katun jepang grosir murah
Motif mukena katun jepang anak IDR 235rb

grosir mukena katun jepang berkualitas murah
Motif mukena katun jepang anak IDR 235rb

pedagang grosir mukena katun jepang berkualitas murah
Motif mukena katun jepang anak IDR 235rb
MOTIF MUKENA KATUN JEPANG DEWASA BULAN NOVEMBER 2015


mukena katun jepang grosir murah
Motif mukena katun jepang dewasa IDR 265rb

jual murah mukena katun jepang berkualitas grosir
Motif mukena katun jepang dewasa IDR 265rb

jual grosir mukena katun jepang dewasa
Motif mukena katun jepang dewasa IDR 265rb

grosir mukena katun jepang dewasa
Motif mukena katun jepang dewasa IDR 265rb

mukena katun jepang murah
Motif mukena katun jepang dewasa IDR 265rb

mukena katun jepang berkualitas dan murah
Motif mukena katun jepang dewasa IDR 265rb


Tuesday, October 27, 2015

KELUARGA BAHAGIA

Keluarga bahagia menjadi cita-cita semua
Bapa bertanggungjawab ibu pengasih mengurus rumahtangga
Anak-anak taat setia mendengar kata
Bekerjasama bertolong bantu bersama ibu bapanya
Tuhan sama-sama disembah syariat peraturan keluarga
Ada masalah sama-sama menyelesaikannya
Al Quran As Sunnah tempat rujukan mereka
Setelah dijumpa sama-sama mengikutnya
Selesailah masalah keluarga tanpa berpanjangan
Karena sama-sama taat dengan Tuhannya
Ada masalah lagi diselesaikan pula
Al Quran dan As Sunnah jugalah tempat rujukan
Berkasih sayang rukun rumahtangga
Karena Tuhan sama-sama ditakuti dan dicintai bersama
Takutkan dan cintakan Tuhan rahasia bahagia
Iman dan taqwa berkasih sayang kekuatan bersama
Tidak ada iman, taqwa, kasih sayang tidak akan ada
Uang dan harta punca porak-peranda
Carilah kekayaan bukan untuk dicintai
Tapi untuk khidmat sesama manusia
Biasanya pepecahan rumahtangga Tuhan tidak diambil kira
Masing-masing ikut akal dan nafsunya
Syariat Tuhan diabaikan keluarga
Aman damai punah hidup celaka

Sunday, October 25, 2015

[PROMOSI] Ikhwan Aqiqah, Jual domba/kambing dan Nasi Kotak

Wuih, tak terasa sudah lama ngak posting di sini. Terakhir posting tanggal 8 Agustus 2015. Wah, udah 3 bulan lebih ngak terasa. Di facebook ( https://www.facebook.com/semamuhado.semamuhado ) masih agak sering posting foto, share berita maupun bikin status yang pendek2.

Padahal selama 3 bulan tersebut banyak sekali catatan-catatan kehidupan yang cukup menarik untuk dituliskan dan bisa di bagi ke publik. Tapi memang kebanyakan catatan kehidupan tersebut 99% adalah ilmu yang belum saya amalkan, jadi ya biarlah ilmu tersebut saya pahami dahulu kemudian saya mujahadahkan untuk saya amalkan sehingga nanti bisa menjadi istiqomah. Hm....kalau begitu memang layak ngak saya share sih.... :D

Tapi....ada yang menarik selama 3 bulan vakum menulis catatan di sini. Yaitu, dunia perkambingan.

Sebenarnya, dunia perkambingan ini adalah sesuatu perkara yang tidak pernah saya bayangkan sebelumnya sepanjang masa kecil dan remaja saya. Bahkan setelah menikah pun saya tidak terbersit sama sekali akan bersentuhan dengan dunia perkambingan. Bahkan saya lihat ada orang makan kepala kambing rame-rame baru diusia saya yang ke 28.

Memang sih, ketika saya kecil saya sering mendengar kisah bahwa Nabi saya menjalani masa kecilnya menjadi seorang penggembala kambing. Saya kira, Nabi menjadi penggembala kambing itu sebentar saja. Rupanya 13 tahun Nabi Muhammad saw menjalani kehidupan remajanya bersama domba-domba dan kambing peliharaannya. Berkat Syeikh Nasaruddin saya tahu kisah ini. Al Fatihah buat Syeikh Nasaruddin, semoga Allah tinggikan derajatnya bersama para Siddiqin, muqarrabin dan Sholihin. (kisah remaja Rasulullah bisa dibaca di: http://globalikhwan.or.id/3-1-zaman-remaja-nabi-muhammad-saw/ )

Perkenalan saya dengan dunia perkambingan dimulai saat saya resign dari kerjaan saya sebagai seorang Project Engineer di PHE ONWJ pada penghujung tahun 2011. Bersama remaja2 memelihara domba, ayam, bebek untuk membangunkan jiwa di daerah Cisarua. Setahun di sana, kemuadian saya mengemban tugas-tugas yang berlainan yang tidak ada sangkut paut dengan dunia perkambingan lagi. Sampailah pada tahun 2014 (1435H) saya dapat amanah untuk menguruskan Qurban di Yayasan Global Ikhwan (http://globalikhwan.or.id/qurban-1435h-2014m-bersama-yayasan-global-ikhwan/).

Barulah di tahun ini (2015), saya mendapatkan kenalan peternak2 kambing/domba yang dapat menyuplai dengan harga cukup bersaing. Sebenarnya pengen juga memelihara lagi kambing dan domba beberapa ekor, sayang lahan yang bisa digunakan belum dapat. Singkat cerita,  bismillah, mulai menawar-nawarkan paket Aqiqah untuk wilayah Bogor, Depok dan Jakarta. Websitenya di http://ikhwan-aqiqah.com

Domba Jantan yang sudah cukup umur dan sehat

Nasi Kotak Ikhwan Aqiqah


Nah, ini dia pricelist-nya:

Harga paket 1 domba/kambing yang sudah sekalian dimasak:

Harga 1,5jt ( sate 250 tusuk + gulai 50 porsi)
Harga 1,8jt ( sate 300 tusuk + gulai 70 porsi)
Harga 2 jt ( sate 350 tusuk+ gulai 80 porsi)
Harga 2,3jt ( sate 400 tusuk+ gulai 90 porsi)
Harga 2,5jt ( sate 500 tusuk + gulai 100 porsi)
Harga 2,7jt (sate 600 tusuk+ gulai 110 porsi)


Kalau dengan nasi kotak:

Paket 11rb:  Nasi, timun/acar, krupuk, telur Balado

Paket 13rb: Nasi, timun/acar, krupuk, telur Balado, Jeruk

Paket 16rb: Nasi, timun/acar, krupuk, telur Balado, Jeruk, Mie Goreng

Paket 19rb: Nasi, timun/acar, krupuk, telur Balado, Jeruk, Mie Goreng, Tumis buncis


Nah, kalau minat menggunakan pelayanan kami, silahkan langsung saja telp/sms/wa ke:

08179198525

089639173171


Sunday, August 9, 2015

Global Ikhwan Jadi Bagian Kesultanan Palembang Darussalam

Satu sejarah baru perjuangan Islam telah tercatat di Palembang. Ya....setelah sekian lama difitnah, dihina, dan disesat-sesatkan, pada hari Sabtu 8 Agustus 2015, Global Ikhwan mendapat pembelaan dari Allah SWT. Atas kehendak Sultan Palembang sendiri, Global Ikhwan dikukuhkan menjadi bagian dari Kesultanan Palembang.

SMB III Prabu Diradja (kiri) foto bersama tamu undangan usai melantik Global Ikhwan menjadi bagian dari Kesultanan Palembang Darussalam, Sabtu (9/8/2015).  [courtesy: SRIPOKU.COM/REFLI PERMANA]

 Berikut liputan Media:

Video Kesultanan Palembang Darussalam Kukuhkan Guguk Global Ikhwan Sedunia


Laporan Wartawan Tribun Sumsel, Hartati

TRIBUNNEWS.COM, PALEMBANG - Kesultanan Palembang Darussalam melakukan pengukuhan Guguk Global Ikhwan Sedunia di istana Kesultanan Palembang Darussalam oleh Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin III Prabu Diraja di Palembang, Sumatera Selatan, Sabtu (8/8/2015).

Sebanyak 24 zona guguk Global Ikhwan dari 42 zona dikukuhkan menjadi tumenggung dari masing-masing zona.

Mereka disumpah patuh dan mengharumkan nama Kesultanan Palembang Darussalam untuk melaksanakan visi misi global ikhwan, serta mempererat silaturahmi antar guguk.

Hadir pula beberapa guguk perwakilan dari negeri tetangga seperti Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Brunai Darussalam, Tiongkok, Singapura, dan berbagai perwakilan guguk Indonesia dari berbagai provinsi dan kota.

Pengukuhan guguk dilaksanakan dengan rangkaian tradisi adat mulai dari pembukaan hingga pemberian gelar pada masing-masing guguk sesuai perannya dan pengabdiannya selama ini, dilanjutkan dengan penutupan berfoto bersama seluruh guguk yang dikukuhkan. (*)


Global Ikhwan Jadi Bagian Dari Kesultanan Palembang




SRIPOKU.COM, PALEMBANG - Kelompok Global Ikhwan yang tersebar di berbagai dunia kini resmi menjadi bagian dari Kesultanan Palembang Darussalam sejak Sabtu (8/8/2015).

Tercatat, 24 zona Global Ikhwan dari total 40 zona kini sudah resmi menjadi bagian Kesultanan Palembang Darussalam dengan dilantik langsung oleh Sultan Machmud Badaruddin (SMB) III Prabu Diradja.

Dikatakan Datuk Raja Ibadiasy Syakur selaku pimpinan Global Ikhwan zona Sumsel, acara pengukuhan yang baru saja usai digelar ini dilakukan secara insidentil.

Dengan kata lain, tidak terencana terlebih dahulu dan murni atas kehendak sultan sendiri.
Mereka yang datang dari luar negeri sudah datang beberapa hari sebelum acara digelar dengan mendapat undangan langsung dari sultan.

"Seperti yang kita ketahui, sultan memiliki banyak relasi di luar negeri dan tentunya menjalin hubungan akrab dengan kelompok Global Ikhwan yang tersebar di beberapa negara.

Mereka yang sudah menjadi bagian dari Kesultanan Palembang Darussalam diundang untuk datang dalam acara pengukuhan ini," kata Ibadiasy.

 Dilanjutkan Ibadiasy, selain pengukuhan bahwa 24 zona Global Ikhwan bagian dari Kesultanan Palembang Darussalam, SMB III Prabu Diraja juga melantik masing-masing perwakilan dari 24 zona itu untuk menjadi temenggung.

Dijelaskan Ibadiasy, temenggung merupakan gelar untuk masing-masing pemimpin di masing-masing zona.
Mereka ditetapkan menjadi temenggung karena dinilai paling memiliki peran dalam menyebarkan agama Islam di masing-masing zona.

Prabu Diraja Sematkan Gelar Datuk Pada Puluhan Orang

Suasana pemberian gelar datuk di rumah Kesultanan Palembang Darussalam.

TRIBUNSUMSEL.COM, PALEMBANG - Sultan Mahmaud Badaruddin III, Prabu Diraja memberikan gelar datuk kepada sekitar 24 orang di rumah kesultanan Palembang Darussalam, jalan Sultan Mahmud Mansyur Palembang, Sabtu (8/8/2015) pagi.

Pengukuhan ke 24 datuk tersebut berasal dari Global Ikhwan yang tersebar di seluruh negara, India, Malaysia, Singapura dan lain-lain.

Sebelum pengukuhan pemberian gelar datuk, terlebih dahulu sudah dilakukan guguk Global Ikhwan.


Friday, August 7, 2015

Jualan Mukena Yaman Bahan Katun Rayon

Yang lagi nyari mukena Yaman dari bahan katun rayon, monggo dilihat-lihat koleksinya.

 Kalau minat atau sekedar mau tanya-tanya silakan langsung ke:

SMS/WA : 087887731994 (anne)

Harga 160rb IDR (belum termasuk ongkos kirim)











Kalau yang nyari MUKENA KATUN JEPANG, bisa langsung menuju ke: JUALAN MUKENA KATUN JEPANG

Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Polygamy Inc: how Global Ikhwan is becoming a lifestyle choice for many devout Muslims

Pagi tadi terjumpa dengan sebuah artikel yang masih cukup fresh dari South China Morning Post. Diposting tanggal 19 Juli 2015, http://www.scmp.com/magazines/post-magazine/article/1840091/polygamy-inc-how-global-ikhwan-becoming-lifestyle-choice

Isi artikelnya cukup menarik makanya saya copas di sini untuk arsip saya.

Monggo disimak. Kalau yang bahasa inggrisnya pas-pasan bisa minta bantuan Mbah Gugel Trenslet.


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Polygamy Inc: how Global Ikhwan is becoming a lifestyle choice for many devout Muslims


With its controversial views on marriage and links to a banned religious sect, Global Ikhwan is proving divisive in Malaysia. Marta Kasztelan looks at a conglomerate that is less a company and more a lifestyle choice for its 4,000 ‘members’.

Global Ikhwan chief executive Lokman Hakim with his wives. Photos: Thomas Cristofoletti  
Sliding through his smartphone photo gallery, Lokman Hakim proudly shows off his 27 children – 15 from his first wife, eight from the second, one from the third and three from his fourth. The 47-year-old Malay considers himself fortunate because so many women agreed to enter into a polygamous union with him. While such an arrangement is legal in Malaysia, it is largely frowned upon in the moderate Muslim country.

“That’s life. It’s just something you have to go through,” explains Lokman, as he pockets his phone.

A more worrying issue, he says, is the stigma attached to his current occupation: he is the chief executive of Global Ikhwan, a Malaysian company with links to banned Islamic sect Al-Arqam.

Founded in the 1960s by Ashaari Mohammad, who had 40 children with his four wives – the maximum number allowed under Malaysian law – Al-Arqam owned a number of businesses and had strict rules regarding Islamic dress code and behaviour.

“It started with one family, then friends [joined] and it eventually lead to intermarriages,” Lokman explains.
Al-Arqam was banned by the Malaysian religious authorities in 1994, and five members were arrested and detained under the Internal Security Act. The teachings of Ashaari were considered deviant by the authorities because they allegedly alluded to supernatural powers and promoted unorthodox views about communicating with the Prophet.

After the ban, Ashaari set up what Lokman describes as an “Islamic business”, called Rufaqa, which became Syarikat Global Ikhwan and then, in May 2013, just Global Ikhwan.

A picture on Lokman’s phone shows him with some of his 27 children.

After Ashaari passed away in 2010, one of his widows, Hatijah Aam, took over his business empire. In May 2013, she was arrested when returning from Saudi Arabia on charges of trying to resurrect the movement, through the company.

At the time, Hatijah was president of the infamous Obedient Wives Club – an initiative launched by the female employees of Global Ikhwan – which called on women to “be obedient and act like first-class prostitutes” to keep their husbands from straying. The club, which was also accused of promoting polygamy, attracted widespread condemnation from the Malaysian public and international women’s rights groups, who said it didn’t reflect Islamic values and was detrimental to women.

SEE ALSO: The Obedient Wives Club: for better or for worse



Lokman, however, is adamant: those days of controversy are over. Following the outrage, he and a few hundred other Global Ikhwan employees attended 500 hours of “rehabilitation courses”, conducted by the Selangor Islamic Religious Department, and, in a public ceremony in October 2013, renounced their beliefs.

“We have no more problems with the authorities. You can see my photos with everyone, politicians, businessmen, the prime minister. Even with the religious authorities,” he says, visibly content as he drives around in a large Mercedes, showing off the Global Ikhwan headquarters.

Tucked away in a residential area of the commuter town of Rawang, 30km north of the capital, Kuala Lumpur, the company’s premises resemble a self-sufficient commune.

The estate features a prayer room, cafés, a bakery, restaurants, a health clinic – with a maternity ward – a travel agent, a clothing store, a small hotel and a recording studio, where Ikhwan’s entertainment-minded employees produce music and television dramas.

Among the company’s core businesses is the production of halal food, which it sells in its supermarkets.
Although Global Ikhwan officially rejected the “deviant” teachings of Al-Arqam, Lokman says, it maintains the Islamic business ethics of the original movement, which centre on “fardu kifayah” – community obligations.

Consequently, the company charges unusually flexible rates for the services it provides.
In the company clinic, for example, clients pay as much as they can afford – those with little means pay nothing.

The goal is not to make a profit; rather it is to adhere to good Islamic practices.

Dr Azlina Jamaluddin (centre) attends prayers with fellow Global Ikhwan members.


“A good Muslim is not simply a person who stays in the mosque or is fasting. A good Muslim is the person who benefits other people,” Lokman explains.

Walking around the lively facilities one cannot help but notice the profusion of colourful headscarfs.
“One quarter of the employees are men,” says the chief executive. “The rest are women. Islam allows men to marry more than one woman, with the aim of having a bigger Islamic society that can work together and do good things.

Here we encourage women to work, because they have to contribute to the society.”
All of Lokman’s wives, who are, in one way or another, linked to the original Al-Arqam sect, work or have worked for the company.

“You see, we are trying really hard to remain a religious business,” says Lokman. The only means of truly achieving this, he says, is the intermarriage of company employees, who today number 4,000 and often refer to the firm as a “movement” and to themselves as “members”. They come from countries where the business operates: Saudi Arabia – where most of its profits reportedly come from – Egypt, Indonesia, Dubai, Turkey, Jordan, Thailand, Singapore, Australia, Germany and Britain, to name a few.

MARDIONA HAKIM IS manager of he Global Ikhwan launderette, and Lokman’s fourth wife. Sitting on the floor of their Rawang house, clad in a bright pink hijab, the 34-year-old Australian explains her association with the movement, which has long had followers in her home country.

“When I was born, my parents were already members [of Al-Arqam]. They joined the movement for our benefit and to do good things for others.”

Having become disillusioned with the Western lifestyle in Australia, Mardiona relocated to Malaysia in 2000 and enrolled in an Islamic school run by the company. It was there that she first spotted her future husband.
Lokman explains that children of Global Ikhwan employees usually go to “normal schools” from the age of seven to 12 and then, depending on their parents’ wishes, further their education in Malaysia or Egypt, concentrating on Islamic studies.

In Malaysia the company runs 50 educational establishments for children and young adults – all registered with the authorities. Students sit the same exams as those taken at government faith schools, as well as study the movement’s religious curriculum.

Azlina (right) visits a friend who has recently given birth at the Global Ikhwan health clinic. 
For girls aged 13 and over, the Sekolah Menengah Islam Global Ikhwan is located in Puchong, in the southern suburbs of Kuala Lumpur. Here, daughters of company employees attend classes with orphans or students from families with limited means. The education is free, in keeping with the company’s ideology of “doing good deeds and spreading love”.

“For us at Global Ikhwan, it is so scary to watch the youngsters’ morale degrading so fast in today’s world,” says Wan Nor Fauziah Meor Mohammad, the school administrator.

“As Muslims, we need to prepare them, so they can choose between hell and heaven. It is our responsibility.”

Accordingly, the students’ lives revolve around prayer and religious studies, Arabic, maths and vocational training that mirrors the corporate activities of Global Ikhwan.

The girls can choose whether they want to pursue gardening or work at a café, a laundrette, a second-hand shop or the nursery, which cares for the infants of school staff during work hours. They also learn how to cook and clean.

This, says Lokman, prepares them for employment by Ikhwan and facilitates intermarriage within its worldwide network of employees.

“It’s easier because we have the same principles and understanding,” he adds.

A volunteer teacher at the school has hidden her involvement with the company from her husband, who dislikes the idea of polygamy. Her involvement with Ikhwan began 10 years ago, when, in search of a religious teacher, she attended a lecture held by one of the movement’s murshids – Islamic spiritual guides – who to many devout Muslims are indispensable if one is to “reach Allah”.

“All the ladies in the class were really nice to me and then I started falling in love with the teacher,” says the woman, who requested to remain anonymous.

Her desire to be accepted by the company was such that she tried to marry off her daughter, who “is OK with polygamy”, to one of the members. But because this attempt did not follow internal procedures, it was turned down by the company’s marriage committee, from which potential spouses must gain approval.

A cooking lesson at the Sekolah Menengah Islam Global Ikhwan school, in Puchong.

According to the mother, the rejection left both her and her daughter devastated.

Many company employees say loved ones were initially displeased by their decision to join.

Doctor Azlina Jamaluddin, the 46-year-old manager at the Global Ikhwan health clinic in Rawang, says, “My friends and my mother told me, ‘You are going to join this movement and your husband will marry another woman.’ It worried me for a while. I didn’t know which way to go. I wasn’t in the movement at full blast. But I really loved God and I loved the movement.”

A born-again Muslim, who only put her headscarf back on in 2001, Azlina admits she was the one convincing her husband, who now has three wives and works part-time for the company, to adopt a polygamous lifestyle.

“Initially, he wouldn’t have married another woman.

He’s just not that kind of guy,” she says, as she prepares to deliver a lecture to fellow female workers.
All of them, she says, are like herself, working women – a privilege, Azlina says, made possible by polygamy, which allows them to share child-rearing responsibilities with their “sisters”.

As the last of the women climb the stairs of the slightly dilapidated building and trickle into the lecture hall of the Rawang estate, Azlina begins, “Jealousy is like chocolate, so don’t be jealous of your sisters. It’s a temptation. You need to learn to fight it.

“What is important is to make God happy. We will get eternal happiness afterwards.”

Arguably, such teachings sound like those of a religious sect – an observation Azlina takes in her stride.
“We are a group learning about Islam. And in life you need to eat and you need to live, so for that we have a company. You can call it a movement, you can call it a company.” But, she adds, “You cannot separate the company from the religion.

“Islam is not a religion, it is a way of life.”

Sunday, July 26, 2015

Nostalgia Memelihara Ayam (Cisarua 2012)

Si Jago yang gagah

Ayam Kampung diperlakukan macam ayam pedaging, MANJA :D

Si Babon yang cantik

Si Kecil baru menetas, So cute