Daily Archives: June 8, 2009

Siapakah Allah di hatimu?

Siapakah Allah di hatimu?

 

Teman semasa susah?

 

Sahabat di kala senang?

Sultan di hati?

Permata Hati?

Adakah kamu Jauhari yang kenal Manikam?

Allah lah Manikam, Permata, Mutiara

Jinak-jinakkan dirimu pada Allah

Ini nasihat dari saya yang sudah banyak diseksa dalam perjalanan ke negeri Abadi

 Ya, anda berhak meremehkan kesengsaraan saya

 

Tapi biarlah Allah sahaja menjadi Penentu Muktamad

Anda dipersilakan mencaci dan menghina saya

Tapi ingat!!!  saya dihina meskipun saya hidup dalam kemewahan

Meskipun saya bukan anak orang miskin atau sederhana

 

Nasib baik Allah mentakdirkan saya merupakan puteri pemilik rumah bernilai RM berjuta-juta ringgit, kerana Allah mengiktiraf soal kufu/kafaah

Sebelum anda menghina saya

Cermin dulu diri anda,

Adakah anda anak seorang jutawan macam saya??????

 

Saya yakin ramai di antara kamu para pencaci & penabur fitnah, tidak pernah merasa tinggal di rumah bernilai jutaan ringgit!!!!

Setakat Kasturi Heights tak payah lah berlagak dengan saya!!!!

 

Meskipun saya anak jutawan, saya sedar siapa diri saya di sisi Allah

Kalau saya tinggal di rumah bernilai jutaan ringgit (anak pemilik rumah bukan anak orang gaji), ibadat saya pun mestilah bernilai setara di sisi Allah

Saya bukan mahu mendabik dada bahawa saya anak jutawan

Tapi kamu semua para pencaci & penabur fitnah, bersikap keterlaluan & melampaui batas menghina saya sebagai janda mental kerana saya tidak mahu tunduk kepada Abdul Samat Musa menipu markah!!!!

Saya datang ke USIM dengan niat mendalami Islam

 

Tapi kamu semua para pencaci & penabur fitnah….. pencemar Islam!!!!

Siapakah isteri orang bekas janda yang mendampingi Naib Canselor USIM?

 

mengadu domba menabur fitnah

 

mengaku Prof Muhamad Muda pernah melamarnya selepas dia bercerai dengan suaminya

 

isteri orang bekas janda tak pakai bra & anak tudung

 

Saya tidak akan berhenti memohon keadilan daripada Allah Subhana Wa Taala

 

Saya bersyukur saya anak jutawan jadi saya tak perlu menjual maruah saya seperti anda semua kaki pengampu, para pencaci & penabur fitnah pencemar Islam!!!!!!!

Anak jutawan tetapi kasih pada ALLAH!!!!!!

Anak orang miskin tetapi ingkar pada ALLAH!!!!!!!!

Anak jutawan menolak dunia

Anak orang miskin cinta dunia

Dunia ibarat bangkai

Siapakah yang mengunjing, menghurung, mengulit dan mencintai bangkai???????

Anjing !!!!!!!

 

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the divorce wife claimed for muta’ah:World Class Higher Education in Malaysia: USIM Third Year LAW Undergraduate

Sample answer by USIM LAW undergraduate 1050845

 

According to the Syafie sect, the husband is incumbent to pay muta’ah to the wife when the divorce was effected. The husband also is incumbent to pay a maintenance to the wife during the eddah or waiting period.

 

According to the case of Che Pah’s, the divorce wife claimed for the muta’ah in addition to maintenance during the eddah period. They have been married for 43 years. The wife claimed that her husband harsh to her and her left the matrimonial home. Then the conciliation committe have been make to reconcile them but have been failed. The wife also did not go to the Kadi to make any report on what have been done by her husband. The learned chief kadi held that, according to the parties and the witnessed, the wife is not entitled to get the maintenance because she was nusyuz or recalcitrant but only entitled to get the muta’ah. The court order to the husband to pay RM 500 muta’ah.

 

In other case, Zahrah v. Saidon, the divorce wife claim for muta’ah in addition of maintenance during the eddah period. The husband in this case was admitted to divorce his wife on the ground that the incompatibility between them and there is no any default. The learned chief kadi held that, the wife is entitled to get muta’ah as the divorce was effected.

 

Likewise in the case Syed Bulat v Intan, the divorce wife claimed for muta’ah. The wife claimed that the husband was compell her to lend the husband money for his own use. The husband was admitted and as the divorce was effected, the wife is entitled to get the muta’ah.

 

Meanwhile in the case Normaidiah v Azhari, the both parties have been marriage to avoid the disciplinary actions between them. After marriage the wife did not fulfill her obligation as The wife including did not perform her household duty such as cooking, and washing clothes. The husband divorce her and pay for muta’ah towards her.

 

While in the case Zawiyah v. Roslan, the divorced wife claimed for muta’ah. The learned chief kadi stated that according to Islamic Law it is an obligation to pay a muta’ah on husband as the divorced was effected. A then the learned chief kadi stated the amount of muta’ah is based on the conditions of husband as he refferred to the Kitab Fathul Muin stated that the poor according to his means and the poor according to his means. The wife was entitled to get the muta’ah.

 

According to the relevant cases, Zarul must pay for the Zarina’s claim for muta’ah only and Zarina was not entitled to get the maintenance for eddah period, according to the ruling in the Che Pah’s case, where when the wife is nusyuz or recalcitrant, she was not entitled to get the muta’ah and she can only entitled to get the muta’ah payment.

 

[Marks earned: Zero Point Four (0.4) out of Twenty (20).

 

 

there is no any default:World Class Higher Education in Malaysia: USIM Third Year LAW Undergraduate

Sample answer by USIM LAW undergraduate 1050845

 

According to the Syafie sect, the husband is incumbent to pay muta’ah to the wife when the divorce was effected. The husband also is incumbent to pay a maintenance to the wife during the eddah or waiting period.

 

According to the case of Che Pah’s, the divorce wife claimed for the muta’ah in addition to maintenance during the eddah period. They have been married for 43 years. The wife claimed that her husband harsh to her and her left the matrimonial home. Then the conciliation committe have been make to reconcile them but have been failed. The wife also did not go to the Kadi to make any report on what have been done by her husband. The learned chief kadi held that, according to the parties and the witnessed, the wife is not entitled to get the maintenance because she was nusyuz or recalcitrant but only entitled to get the muta’ah. The court order to the husband to pay RM 500 muta’ah.

 

In other case, Zahrah v. Saidon, the divorce wife claim for muta’ah in addition of maintenance during the eddah period. The husband in this case was admitted to divorce his wife on the ground that the incompatibility between them and there is no any default. The learned chief kadi held that, the wife is entitled to get muta’ah as the divorce was effected.

 

Likewise in the case Syed Bulat v Intan, the divorce wife claimed for muta’ah. The wife claimed that the husband was compell her to lend the husband money for his own use. The husband was admitted and as the divorce was effected, the wife is entitled to get the muta’ah.

 

Meanwhile in the case Normaidiah v Azhari, the both parties have been marriage to avoid the disciplinary actions between them. After marriage the wife did not fulfill her obligation as The wife including did not perform her household duty such as cooking, and washing clothes. The husband divorce her and pay for muta’ah towards her.

 

While in the case Zawiyah v. Roslan, the divorced wife claimed for muta’ah. The learned chief kadi stated that according to Islamic Law it is an obligation to pay a muta’ah on husband as the divorced was effected. A then the learned chief kadi stated the amount of muta’ah is based on the conditions of husband as he refferred to the Kitab Fathul Muin stated that the poor according to his means and the poor according to his means. The wife was entitled to get the muta’ah.

 

According to the relevant cases, Zarul must pay for the Zarina’s claim for muta’ah only and Zarina was not entitled to get the maintenance for eddah period, according to the ruling in the Che Pah’s case, where when the wife is nusyuz or recalcitrant, she was not entitled to get the muta’ah and she can only entitled to get the muta’ah payment.

 

[Marks earned: Zero Point Four (0.4) out of Twenty (20).

 

 

on the ground that the incompatibility between them:World Class Higher Education in Malaysia: USIM Third Year LAW Undergraduate

Sample answer by USIM LAW undergraduate 1050845

 

According to the Syafie sect, the husband is incumbent to pay muta’ah to the wife when the divorce was effected. The husband also is incumbent to pay a maintenance to the wife during the eddah or waiting period.

 

According to the case of Che Pah’s, the divorce wife claimed for the muta’ah in addition to maintenance during the eddah period. They have been married for 43 years. The wife claimed that her husband harsh to her and her left the matrimonial home. Then the conciliation committe have been make to reconcile them but have been failed. The wife also did not go to the Kadi to make any report on what have been done by her husband. The learned chief kadi held that, according to the parties and the witnessed, the wife is not entitled to get the maintenance because she was nusyuz or recalcitrant but only entitled to get the muta’ah. The court order to the husband to pay RM 500 muta’ah.

 

In other case, Zahrah v. Saidon, the divorce wife claim for muta’ah in addition of maintenance during the eddah period. The husband in this case was admitted to divorce his wife on the ground that the incompatibility between them and there is no any default. The learned chief kadi held that, the wife is entitled to get muta’ah as the divorce was effected.

 

Likewise in the case Syed Bulat v Intan, the divorce wife claimed for muta’ah. The wife claimed that the husband was compell her to lend the husband money for his own use. The husband was admitted and as the divorce was effected, the wife is entitled to get the muta’ah.

 

Meanwhile in the case Normaidiah v Azhari, the both parties have been marriage to avoid the disciplinary actions between them. After marriage the wife did not fulfill her obligation as The wife including did not perform her household duty such as cooking, and washing clothes. The husband divorce her and pay for muta’ah towards her.

 

While in the case Zawiyah v. Roslan, the divorced wife claimed for muta’ah. The learned chief kadi stated that according to Islamic Law it is an obligation to pay a muta’ah on husband as the divorced was effected. A then the learned chief kadi stated the amount of muta’ah is based on the conditions of husband as he refferred to the Kitab Fathul Muin stated that the poor according to his means and the poor according to his means. The wife was entitled to get the muta’ah.

 

According to the relevant cases, Zarul must pay for the Zarina’s claim for muta’ah only and Zarina was not entitled to get the maintenance for eddah period, according to the ruling in the Che Pah’s case, where when the wife is nusyuz or recalcitrant, she was not entitled to get the muta’ah and she can only entitled to get the muta’ah payment.

 

[Marks earned: Zero Point Four (0.4) out of Twenty (20).

 

The husband in this case was admitted to divorce:World Class Higher Education in Malaysia: USIM Third Year LAW Undergraduate

 

Sample answer by USIM LAW undergraduate 1050845

 

According to the Syafie sect, the husband is incumbent to pay muta’ah to the wife when the divorce was effected. The husband also is incumbent to pay a maintenance to the wife during the eddah or waiting period.

 

According to the case of Che Pah’s, the divorce wife claimed for the muta’ah in addition to maintenance during the eddah period. They have been married for 43 years. The wife claimed that her husband harsh to her and her left the matrimonial home. Then the conciliation committe have been make to reconcile them but have been failed. The wife also did not go to the Kadi to make any report on what have been done by her husband. The learned chief kadi held that, according to the parties and the witnessed, the wife is not entitled to get the maintenance because she was nusyuz or recalcitrant but only entitled to get the muta’ah. The court order to the husband to pay RM 500 muta’ah.

 

In other case, Zahrah v. Saidon, the divorce wife claim for muta’ah in addition of maintenance during the eddah period. The husband in this case was admitted to divorce his wife on the ground that the incompatibility between them and there is no any default. The learned chief kadi held that, the wife is entitled to get muta’ah as the divorce was effected.

 

Likewise in the case Syed Bulat v Intan, the divorce wife claimed for muta’ah. The wife claimed that the husband was compell her to lend the husband money for his own use. The husband was admitted and as the divorce was effected, the wife is entitled to get the muta’ah.

 

Meanwhile in the case Normaidiah v Azhari, the both parties have been marriage to avoid the disciplinary actions between them. After marriage the wife did not fulfill her obligation as The wife including did not perform her household duty such as cooking, and washing clothes. The husband divorce her and pay for muta’ah towards her.

 

While in the case Zawiyah v. Roslan, the divorced wife claimed for muta’ah. The learned chief kadi stated that according to Islamic Law it is an obligation to pay a muta’ah on husband as the divorced was effected. A then the learned chief kadi stated the amount of muta’ah is based on the conditions of husband as he refferred to the Kitab Fathul Muin stated that the poor according to his means and the poor according to his means. The wife was entitled to get the muta’ah.

 

According to the relevant cases, Zarul must pay for the Zarina’s claim for muta’ah only and Zarina was not entitled to get the maintenance for eddah period, according to the ruling in the Che Pah’s case, where when the wife is nusyuz or recalcitrant, she was not entitled to get the muta’ah and she can only entitled to get the muta’ah payment.

 

[Marks earned: Zero Point Four (0.4) out of Twenty (20).

 

in addition of maintenance:World Class Higher Education in Malaysia: USIM Third Year LAW Undergraduate

 

Sample answer by USIM LAW undergraduate 1050845

 

According to the Syafie sect, the husband is incumbent to pay muta’ah to the wife when the divorce was effected. The husband also is incumbent to pay a maintenance to the wife during the eddah or waiting period.

 

According to the case of Che Pah’s, the divorce wife claimed for the muta’ah in addition to maintenance during the eddah period. They have been married for 43 years. The wife claimed that her husband harsh to her and her left the matrimonial home. Then the conciliation committe have been make to reconcile them but have been failed. The wife also did not go to the Kadi to make any report on what have been done by her husband. The learned chief kadi held that, according to the parties and the witnessed, the wife is not entitled to get the maintenance because she was nusyuz or recalcitrant but only entitled to get the muta’ah. The court order to the husband to pay RM 500 muta’ah.

 

In other case, Zahrah v. Saidon, the divorce wife claim for muta’ah in addition of maintenance during the eddah period. The husband in this case was admitted to divorce his wife on the ground that the incompatibility between them and there is no any default. The learned chief kadi held that, the wife is entitled to get muta’ah as the divorce was effected.

 

Likewise in the case Syed Bulat v Intan, the divorce wife claimed for muta’ah. The wife claimed that the husband was compell her to lend the husband money for his own use. The husband was admitted and as the divorce was effected, the wife is entitled to get the muta’ah.

 

Meanwhile in the case Normaidiah v Azhari, the both parties have been marriage to avoid the disciplinary actions between them. After marriage the wife did not fulfill her obligation as The wife including did not perform her household duty such as cooking, and washing clothes. The husband divorce her and pay for muta’ah towards her.

 

While in the case Zawiyah v. Roslan, the divorced wife claimed for muta’ah. The learned chief kadi stated that according to Islamic Law it is an obligation to pay a muta’ah on husband as the divorced was effected. A then the learned chief kadi stated the amount of muta’ah is based on the conditions of husband as he refferred to the Kitab Fathul Muin stated that the poor according to his means and the poor according to his means. The wife was entitled to get the muta’ah.

 

According to the relevant cases, Zarul must pay for the Zarina’s claim for muta’ah only and Zarina was not entitled to get the maintenance for eddah period, according to the ruling in the Che Pah’s case, where when the wife is nusyuz or recalcitrant, she was not entitled to get the muta’ah and she can only entitled to get the muta’ah payment.

 

[Marks earned: Zero Point Four (0.4) out of Twenty (20).