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Archive | February, 2012

Embek bin Ali

(August 1929 – 20/10/2008) 79 years of age Ustaz Embek was well known for his tireless effort in exposing and eradicating deviant teachings in Singapore. He was adviser and patron to Perdaus, the Adult Religious’ Students Association, which he led for 25 years. May Allah bless his soul. (Source: Webmaster) Perjuangan dan komitmen Ustaz Embek  Full Article…

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Syed Ahmad bin Muhammad Semait

(21/8/1933 – 15/7/2006) 72 years of age Ustaz Syed Ahmad bin Muhammad Semait was born in Singapore, on Monday, 21 August 1933, corresponding to 29 Rabiul Akhir 1352. His father was an Arab who worked as a clerk in a real estate company and who was active in social works among the local Arab community.  Full Article…

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Ahmad Zohri bin Mutamim

(1905 – 20/6/1985) 80 years old He was born in 1905, in Eastern Java, Indonesia. He managed to khatam Al-Quran at the age of 10 years, and received his primary and secondary educations at Madrasah Tanwirul Afkar at Belimbing (near Lamungan, East Java) from 1915 to 1922. He then performed his Hajj in 1922, at  Full Article…

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Ahmad Sonhadji bin Mohamad Milatu

(1922 – 12/08/2010) 92 years of age Ustaz Sonhadji was among the early students of Madrasah Aljunied Al-Islamiah. A very prolific writer and tireless da’i, he was the only Singaporean to complete the exegesis of the whole Al-Quran. Ustaz Sonhadji passed away after Subuh on the second day of Ramadan 1431 corresponding to 12 August  Full Article…

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Peer Mohamed bin Seeni Rawther

(15/10/1928 – 01/09/2010) 81 years of age Ustaz Peer Mohamed bin Seeni Rawther stood out among his peers as one of the shining students, and later a teacher, of Madrasah Aljunied Al-Islamiah. He was formerly a student of Raffles Institution (RI), together with the first Prime Minister of Singapore, Mr Lee Kuan Yew. Against the wishes  Full Article…

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