|then said maka berkatalah|the chiefs para pemuka|whom are yang|disbelieved kafir|among dari|his people kaumnya|not tidak|we see in you kami melihat engkau|but tetapi|a man manusia
like ourselves seperti kami|nor do dan tidak|we see kami melihat|any follow you orang yang mengikuti engkau|but melainkan|those whom orang yang|they mereka|are the meanest among us hina diantara kami|who are low yang lekas
of thought percaya|and not dan tidak|we see kami melihat|in you pada kamu|above us atas kami|from dari|any merit suatu kelebihan|in fact bahkan|we think you kami menganggap kamu|are liars adalah orang pendusta
الجزء ١٢سورة هود ١١
or bahkan|they say mereka berkata|forged it telah membuat-buat||say katakanlah|bring then datangkanlah|with ten sepuluh|chapters surah|like unto it semisal dengannya|which are forged yang dibuat-buat
and call dan ajaklah|whomsoever siapa saja|you canyang sanggup|from dari|other than selain|Allah Allah|if jika|you are kamu|those who speak the truth orang yang benar|13
if then not maka jika tidak|they answer mereka memenuhi|to you bagi kamu|know then that maka ketahuilah|verily sungguh|is sent down itu diturunkan|the knowledge dengan ilmu|Allah Allah|and that dan bahawa|there is no tiada|God tuhan
other than selain|Him Dia||will then maka mahukah|you kamu|those who submit in (enter islam) berserah diri(masuk islam)|14
Maksudnya: “Seseungguhnya solat yang paling berat bagi orang munafiq adalah solat isyak dan solat al-Fajar (subuh). Sekiranya mereka mengetahui (pahala) apa yang terdapat pada keduanya, nescaya mereka akan mendatanginya walaupun dalam keadaan merangkak.” [Riwayat Muslim
Dari Anas bin Malik RA dia berkata, Rasulullah SAW bersabda: “Barang siapa yang solat subuh berjamaah kemudian duduk berzikir sampai matahari terbit kemudian diikuti dengan solat dua rakaat, maka dia mendapatkan pahala seperti pahala haji dan umrah.” dia (Anas RA) berkata, Rasulullah SAW bersabda: “Sempurna, sempurna, sempurna.” (HR Tirmizi No: 535) Status: Hadis Hasan
LITERACY: PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION AGE 15 AND OVER LITERATE
Male: (2015) 45.1%
Female: (2015) 22.2%
GNI (U.S.$ ’000,000)
GNI PER CAPITA (U.S.$)
1On August 18, 2020, military troops arrested Pres. Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta and Prime Minister Boubou Cissé. Keïta dissolved the government and the National Assembly and resigned. The National Committee for the Salvation of the People, a military junta, assumed control of the government. In September a transitional charter was created that provided for a transitional government to rule for no more than 18 months. The government was to be led by an interim president and prime minister and would have a 121-member transitional council to serve as the legislative body. The president was inaugurated on September 25, 2020, and he appointed the prime minister, who took office on September 28.
Mali hostages: Sophie Pétronin and Soumaïla Cissé freed in prisoner swap
image captionFrench charity worker Sophie Pétronin and ex-Malian opposition leader Soumaïla Cissé have been freed
Four people abducted and detained in Mali, including 75-year-old French charity worker Sophie Pétronin and ex-Malian opposition leader Soumaïla Cissé, have been released.
Ms Pétronin, who was seized in December 2016, was the last French citizen to be held hostage anywhere in the world. She has now arrived in France.
Two Italian nationals were also freed.
The release was part of a prisoner swap for more than 100 jihadists, believed to be affiliated to al-Qaeda.
The Malian presidency has not revealed how it was able to free the hostages.
Malian and international armed forces have been struggling to contain a jihadist insurgency in the north of country that first emerged in 2012.
What's the latest?
Ms Pétronin and Mr Cissé, who was abducted in March while campaigning for parliamentary elections, were taken to the capital, Bamako, in a military plane along with the two Italians, Mali's presidency announced on Thursday.
Hundreds of Mr Cissé's supporters later gathered at Bamako airport to greet the opposition leader on his arrival. Others expressed their jubilation by driving through the streets of the capital sounding their car horns.
image captionSupporters of Malian opposition leader Soumaïla Cissé celebrate near Bamako airport
"I am very happy to be here, for Mali, for my family," Mr Cissé said on his return, adding: "I have spent six months... in conditions that were very austere... in a state of isolation."
Authorities had been working on the hostages' release for months.
Following news of Ms Pétronin's release on Thursday, French President Emmanuel Macron said he felt "immense relief" and was "happy to know she is free".
"To the Malian authorities, thank you," he said in a tweet, adding: "The fight against terrorism in the Sahel continues."
Earlier this week, Ms Pétronin's son Sébastien Chadaud said he was weary of celebrating after earlier reports that his mother was set to be free proved to be false. "We've already lived through moments like this, for four years," he said.
image captionPresident Macron met Ms Pétronin as she arrived in Paris on Friday
image captionMs Pétronin's son Sébastien Chadaud in the Malian capital Bamako earlier this week
The two Italian hostages released were named as Pierluigi Maccalli, a missionary priest who was kidnapped in 2018, and Nicola Chiacchio, who was believed to have been captured while travelling in the region as a tourist.
In April, the two appeared in a video together which was reportedly handed to local media outlets by an unnamed group.
Earlier on Thursday, the Malian authorities announced the release of a dozen political and military figures arrested during the coup.
In August, Malian President Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta was overthrown by a military junta and little is known of what happened to talks to secure a prisoner swap after the coup.
Who is Sophie Pétronin?
Abducted on Christmas Eve 2016 in the northern city of Gao, she was well known locally for her work helping orphans and other children suffering from malnutrition.
She had been running Swiss charity Association Aid to Gao since 2004 and was an expert in guinea-worm disease, which spread through contaminated water in northern Mali.
When Tuareg rebels, backed by Islamists, seized Gao as unrest spread in Mali in 2012, seven Algerian diplomats were abducted and the Algerian consul gave her protection until the building came under attack. She fled through a back door and was spirited out of Mali into Algeria wearing long robes.
"We crossed the desert in just one night, when normally it takes two days," she told Le Dauphiné Libéré newspaper in May 2012. "I checked the speedometer, we were going at 130km/h (80mph).
image captionFrench President Emmanuel Macron thanked the Malian authorities after news of Ms Pétronin's release
She had escaped Mali in disguise but soon returned, and was abducted in a daylight raid claimed by Mali militant group JNIM.
She has appeared in two hostage videos and at one point her son went to a local mediator who said the kidnappers were prepared to accept a ransom for her release. In one video, in June 2018, she appealed for help from Mr Macron, looking tired and gaunt.
She was suffering from cancer and malaria at the time of her abduction.
Who is Soumaïla Cissé?
Mr Cissé, who was kidnapped while campaigning for legislative elections, is a former government minister and a prominent opposition leader.
image captionFormer Malian presidential candidate Soumaïla Cissé was abducted in March
He was the main challenger to Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta in the 2013 and 2018 presidential elections - losing both times. Following the result of the 2018 vote, he complained of electoral fraud.
President Keïta was overthrown in August, in part because of a perceived failure to tackle the jihadist militants in the north of the country, and Mr Cissé's continued captivity was seen as a symptom of that.
What's behind Mali's Islamist insurgency?
A separatist rebellion in the north of the country that began in 2011 created the conditions for militant jihadists to take control of parts of the region.
In 2013, a French-led force helped seize back territory, but a network of jihadist groups remained active and they were able to carry out attacks and kidnappings.
The Malian government has not been able to regain full control of the north.
France continues to support forces in Mali and in other parts of the Sahel region in their fight against the militants
On the authority of Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him), that the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said:
Let him who believes in Allah and the Last Day speak good, or keep silent; and let him who believes in Allah and the Last Day be generous to his neighbour; and let him who believes in Allah and the Last Day be generous to his guest. [Al-Bukhari][Muslim]
Soalan Quiz 1. Hafalan Quran 2. Makna Quran 3. Hafalan Hadith 4. Makna Hadith 5. World Geography & History 6. World Islamic History 7. Speak Arabic 8. Speak English Or Other 9. Mosque News 10. Quranic Miracles