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Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Afifah: Selamat Menyambut Maulidur Rasul



12 Rabiulawal bakal menjelang tidak lama lagi. Tarikh tersebut merupakan hari yang penuh bermakna di mana lahirnya seorang nabi yang membawa syafaat kepada umat Islam. Kelahiran baginda disambut dengan begitu gembira termasuklah bapa saudara baginda , Abu Lahab yang telah membebaskan hambanya, Thuwayba semasa kelahiran baginda Nabi Muhammad S.A.W walaupun kemudiannya Abu Lahab adalah orang yang kuat menentang dan memusuhi baginda kerana membawa ajaran Islam yang tidak dapat diterima olehnya.

Setiap tahun sambutan Maulidur Rasul akan disambut oleh Negara kita tidak kira di peringkat sekolah, university, daerah, negeri, kebangsaan dan sebagainya yang bertujuan untuk mengingati perjuangan dan pengorbanan baginda dalam menyebarkan Islam. Pelbagai bentuk program dianjurkan sempena menyambut Hari Keputraan baginda seperti perarakan, syarahan dan termasuklah anugerah maulidur rasul serta pelbagai lagi aktiviti dalam usaha meningkatkan penghayatan untuk mengenali Rasulullah dan peruangan baginda dengan lebih dekat lagi.

Walaubagaimanapun, terdapat segelintir umat Islam yang lebih mengagong-agongkan hari kekaksihnya malah langsung tidak mengetahui bilakah hari kelahiran junjungan besar Nabi Muhammad S.A.W. Bayangkanlah Nabi Muhammad hingga ke saat wafat bagida masih lagi mengingati umatnya, kita sebagai umatnya tidak langsung mengingati baginda apatah lagi menjadikan baginda sebagai idola dan mengikut sunnah baginda. Kebanyakan manusia di akhir zaman ini lebih mengagong-agongkan orang lain dan lebih menurut hawa nafsu yang cintakan dunia melebihi segalanya serta berkehendakkan budaya hedonism dalam kehidupan mereka.

Janganlah kita menjadikan sambutan Maulidur Rasul sebagai adat semata-mata tanpa menghayati sirah perjuangan baginda dan tidak mengambil semangat perjuangan roh Islam dalam jiwa kita. Kita perlulah sentiasa mengingati dan mensyukuri akan kelahiran Nabi Muhammad yang telah menjadi pembimbing kita keluar dari kegelapan.Janganlah kita mengingati baginda Nabi Muhammad pada hari kelahiran baginda semata-mata tetapi perlulah sentiasa agar hati kita sentiasa bersama Allah dan Rasulullah serta dijauhkan daripada sifat keji dan mungkar serta ditiupkan semangat perjuangan baginda dalam menegakkan Islam di muka bumi Allah yang sementara ini.

“Sesungguhnya Allah dan para Malaikat berselawat ke atas Nabi, wahai orang-orang beriman! Berselawatlah kamu dan berilah salam ke atas baginda”.-siapakah kita di pandangan Allah dan Rasul sekiranya masih lagi tidak mengingati dan berselawat ke atas baginda.
‘Selamat Menyambut Maulidur Rasul’.

Afifah Binti Mohd Rodzi
Ahli Majlis Perwakilan Pelajar
Persatuan Mahasiswa Islam UPM

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

maulid adalah bida'ah....hdp kte berlandaskan Al-Quran dan Sunnah...ini pentg.tlg kaji semula dan pastikan kte dlm haluan yg btul.tiada nas yg sahih mmbuktikan kesahihan maulid...

Anonymous said...

budak wahabi mane la plak ne...

:(

Anonymous said...

Hukum Menyambut Maulud

Sheikh Yusuf Al-Qaradawi adds:

We all know that the Companions of the Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, did not celebrate the Prophet's birthday, Hijrah or the Battle of Badr, because they witnessed such events during the lifetime of the Prophet who always remained in their hearts and minds.

Sa`d Ibn Abi Waqqaas said that they were keen on telling their children the stories of the Prophet's battles just as they were keen on teaching them the Qur'an. Therefore, they used to remind their children of what happened during the Prophet's lifetime so they did not need to hold such celebrations. However, the following generations began to forget such a glorious history and its significance. So such celebrations were held as a means of reviving great events and the values that we can learn from them.

Unfortunately, such celebrations include some innovations when they should actually be made to remind people of the Prophet's life and his call. Actually, celebrating the Prophet's birthday means celebrating the birth of Islam. Such an occasion is meant to remind people of how the Prophet lived.

Allah Almighty says: "Verily in the Messenger of Allah ye have a good example for him who looketh unto Allah and the last Day, and remembereth Allah much." (Al-Ahzab: 21)รพ

By celebrating the Prophet's Hijrah, we should teach them values such as sacrifice, the sacrifice of the Companions, the sacrifice of `Ali who slept in the Prophet's place on the night of the Hijrah, the sacrifice of Asmaa' as she ascended the Mountain of Thawr. We should teach them to plan the way the Prophet planned for his Hijrah, and how to trust in Allah as the Prophet did when Abu Bakr told him: "We could be seen so easily, the Prophet replied saying: "O Abu Bakr! What do you think of two when Allah is their third?" "Have no fear, for Allah is with us." (At-Tawbah: 40)

We need all these lessons and such celebrations are a revival of these lessons and values. I think that these celebrations, if done in the proper way, will serve a great purpose, getting Muslims closer to the teachings of Islam and to the Prophet's Sunnah and life.

As for celebrating `Ashooraa', the Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, celebrated this day by fasting only. He asked the Jews why they fasted on that day and they told him that it was the day that Allah saved Moses and the people of Israel. The Prophet replied saying: "We have more of a right to Moses than you." So he fasted on that day and ordered the people to fast on that day. He also said near the end of his life: "By Allah, if I lived longer I would fast on the 9th of Muharram." That is, that he would fast on the 9th and the 10th in order to be different from the Jews who fast on the 10th only. However, some of the Sunnis celebrate `Ashura as if it were a feast. The Shi`ah consider it a day of sadness and mourning, but all such things are innovations and are completely un-Islamic.

As for the second part of the question, the exact date of the Prophet's birth is disputed , but it is most likely to be on Monday, 9th Rabee` Al-Awwal (20th or 22nd of April, 571 AC), the same year in which the invasion of the Elephants took place against the Ka`bah. And he, peace and blessings be upon him, passed away on Monday 12, Rabee` Al-Awwal in the eleventh year of Hijrah (8 June 632 AC.)

Allah Almighty knows best.

Source : http://www.sunnah.org/ibadaat/islamonline_mawlid_fatwa.htm

-demahdali-

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Anonymous said...

x salah untuk mengingati hari kelahiran nabi supaya kita sentiasa mengingati perjaungan nabi dan mengambil iktibar perjuangan baginda...tp jgnlah sampai melalaikan dan hanya mengingati nabi pada hari kelahiran baginda sahaja.. kt perlulah sentiasa mengingati nabi xkira masa dan tmpat....knape kt bleh ingat hr lahir family, kwn2 n org lain tp lahi lahir dan wafat nabi kt x ingat

Rantong said...

Maaf mencelah. Sekadar ingat-mengingati. Berita gembira dari Allah ttg rezekiNya untuk hambaNya.

Sabda Rasulullah s.a.w. : “Siapa membaca surah Al-Waqi’ah setiap malam, dia tidak akan ditimpa kesusahan atau kemiskinan selama-lamanya. (Diriwayatkan oleh Baihaqi dari Ibnu Mas’ud r.a.)

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