Isnin, 26 Julai 2010

MUSLIMS COMMUNITIES IN CARDIFF

Melalui jambatan yang seakan jambatan Pulau Pinang yang menghubungkan antara teluk dengan Cardiff


1 7 JULAI 2010


MUSLIMS COMMUNITIES IN CARDIFF


Terjumpa dengan kereta antik ini.Menarik.

Ahli rombongan yang sedang menikmati pemandangan luar


Baru jumpa satu tol di UK. Hebat!

Cardiff menggamit kedatangan kami untuk mengetahui perkembangan umat Islam di sini

Sampai di bandar Cardiff. Orang ramai kelihatan tanda perkembangan ekonomi yang positif.


MELAWAT AL MANAR CENTER 
LINK SETERUSNYA DI SINI....



Kami sampai di Al Manar Center dan terdapat juga masjid di dalamnya.


Pintu untuk wanita di bahagian awal kami sampai di belakang pusat Al Manar. Kelihatan tabung yang berlainan.


Al-Manar Centre is one of Ahlus-Sunnah organisations, which was established in Cardiff city in Britain during the month of Rajab, year 1412 AH (1992 AD).

2 - 4 Glynrhondda St, Cathays, Cardiff CF24 4ANChoosing to establish the Centre in this particular city was for many considerations, the most important being the fact that a large community of Muslims resides there. The divers Muslim community in Cardiff consists of people who are originally from Somalia, Yemen, Pakistan, Bangladesh and other Arab countries, plus the fact that there is a large number of students doing higher studies at Cardiff university. The number of the local Muslims is estimated at eleven thousand plus the students whose numbers vary from time to time.
The Centre also plays a humble role in introducing the non-Muslim population of Britain to the religion of Islaam.
Al-Manar Centre is a registered charity with the Charity Commission for England and Wales, offering its services to the community at large and, al-hamdulillaah, has improved its performance over the years.



*INTRODUCTION, HISTORY DISCUSSION AND DIALOGUE

En Muhammad merupakan orang kuat al-Manar sedang memberikan penerangan perkembangan pusat Islam ini dan masyarakat Islam amnya di Cardiff

Kami kagum dengan kegigihan pelajar-pelajar dari Timur Tengah (walau pun bukan belajar aliran agama) awal di sini yang bertungkus lumus hingga terdirinya al Manar Center ini.

Perpustakaan di sini antara yang terlengkap di UK yang menyediakan kitab rujukan di dalam Bahasa Arab. Pelajar-pelajar ini apabila pulang ke UK akan membawa kitab-kitab ini. Dan hasilnya banyak buku yang terkumpul.


The history of migration and settlement of Muslims in Cardiff


Background introduction

There has been a long presence of Muslims in South Wales, going back to the mid 1800s. This is due to the productivity of the South Wales coalfields and the strategic importance of Cardiff in the international maritime trade during the 19th Century. Muslims have been living and working out of South Wales for generations, and there are particularly strong links with the Yemen, Somalia and Bangladesh. The is historical settlement makes Cardiff very important in the study of Islam in the UK, since patterns of migration, employment and religious development can be traced over a long period of time.

Cabaran yang  mendatang kepada kami silih berganti. Lepas satu datang yang lain hingga tidak dapat kami bernafas. Benarlah Sabda Baginda Rasulullah SAW bahawa umat akhirnya zaman akan di serang dari segenap penjuru oleh musuh Islam seperti serigala yang kelaparan


Paradoxically, there has been virtually no research about the history of Islam and Muslims in Wales. The available information documents the settlement of Muslims through the particular lens of employment, migration and local history. The religious character and development of the community is therefore often peripheral or incidental in writings that otherwise concentrate upon the economic and labour contribution that Muslims have made to the maritime trade. Both locally and nationally, Muslims are remarkably unaware of their history. There is little appreciation of the historical links between Britain and the Muslim world, and the strategic importance of Cardiff is recognised even less.  

KAJIAN TENTANG UMAT ISLAM DI CARDIF.......


MAKAN TENGAH HARI  HIDANGAN ALA ARAB DI AL MANAR CENTER


Syughof (daging kambing panggang yang dipotong dadu), kabab daging & ayam serta ayam panggang. Di bawahnya nasi. 

Humus (kacang kuda yang dikisar), minyak zaitun dan waraqah 'inab ( nasi di dalam daun anggur) mengingatkan saya kepada Jordan (tempat menuntut ilmu dahulu)

Jazakallaukhairan kasira kepada pengurusan Al Manar Center atas hidangan ala Arab yang sedap ini.

En Shapetem kakitangan Muslim College turut menyertai rombongan kami. Selepas kami makan tengah hari beliau memperdengarkan bacaan al Quran surah Ad Duha secara tarannum


*QUESTIONS & ANSWER WITH THE LOCAL MUSLIM COMMUNITY
 
THE MUSLIM PERSPECTIVE IN CARDIFF


(The Role of Mosques) LINK MENARIK UNTUK DI BACA DISINI.....
 
 
Cenderahati kenangan Momento dari Us Othman

Bergambar kenangan beramai-ramai di al Manar Center


Bergambar kenangan di Cardiff University yang terletak hanya di seberang jalan dari pusat Islam





JALAN-JALAN SEKITAR CARDIFF


Bergambar di oval yang terletak di tepi laut pantai Cardiff


Pusat membeli belah dan museum

Bergambar bersama Us Rahimi, Mr Shepetum, Us Bakri

Di tepi laut bersama Shah, Us Yaakob dan Mr Shepetum
 

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