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Tuesday, 24 January 2017 21:22

Networking dinner with Rohingya NGOs

A networking dinner was held to wrap up the forum "Solidariti bersama Rohingya". The dinner was attended by DMDI UK committee members, the DMDI delegation from Malaysia and representatives from Arakan National Rohingya Organisation, BROUK, Islamic Society of Britain and Mountain of Mercy.

Networking dinner

 Networking dinner

Media

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TV3 Malaysia

 

Friday, 30 December 2016 11:49

Forum Solidariti Bersama Rohingya di London

Solidariti Bersama Rohingya

DMDI dengan kerjasama DMDI UK akan mengadakan forum Solidariti Bersama Rohingya di London.

Tempat: Malaysian High Commission, 45 Belgrave Square, London SW1X 8QT

Tarikh: Sabtu 21hb Januari 2017

Program:

10.00 pagi Ketibaan peserta jemputan forum dari London
10.30 pagi  Ketibaan YBhg Tan Sri Hj Mohd Ali Mohd Rustam,
Presiden DMDI 
  Ketibaan TYT Dato’ Ahmad Rasidi Bin Hazizi
Pesuruhjaya Tinggi Malaysia ke United Kingdom
10.35 pagi  Bacaan Doa 
10.40 pagi Tayangan Video Rohingya
10.45 pagi  Ucapan Aluan oleh:
  YBhg Tan Sri Hj Mohd Ali Mohd Rustam
  Presiden DMDI
10.55 pagi  Ucapan Perasmian Forum Rohingya
  dan Pelancaran Buku ”Duka Rohingya” terbitan DMDI oleh :
  TYT Dato’ Ahmad Rasidi Bin Hazizi
  Pesuruhjaya Tinggi Malaysia ke United Kingdom  
11.10 pagi  Perasmian 
Montaj ringkas (1 minit) tentang Perasmian Forum Rohingya 
Pelancaran Buku ”Duka Rohingya”  
11.15 pagi

Forum:
Ahli panel:
1. Ustaz Hakim Mohd Nor (setiausaha Pertubuhan Kebajikan Serantau Muslim (30 min)
2. Prof. Madya Dr Ratna Roshida (UPM) (30 min)

Sesi soal jawab (30 min)

12.45 tgh hari  Pembentangan Resolusi  
 12.50 tgh hari Sesi bergambar  
 1.00 petang Jamuan makan  
 1.30 petang Forum selesai
   

Nota: Pakaian - smart casual

Wednesday, 28 December 2016 18:46

Malay language going extinct in South Africa

MALACCA, Dec 28 ― The changing times, globalisation and local environment are factors contributing to the extinction of the Malay language in the Malay community, especially the young generation, in South Africa.

Malay World Islamic World (DMDI) president Tan Sri Mohd Ali Rustam said the situation was worrying as they (factors) had also resulted in the Malay community in that country to mastering English and the local language.

What was more worrying, he said, was that out of more than 2,000 Malays he had met in Cape Town, which is the capital of South Africa, only two people, both in their 80s, could speak fluent Malay.

“These two people are the second generation Malay in South Africa, the third and subsequent generation that I have met, none of them are fluent in Malay, except simple words like ‘selamat pagi’ (Good Morning) and ‘apa khabar’ (how are you).

“This situation is worrying me and DMDI,” he told Bernama.

The first Malay settlers in South Africa were believed to have arrived in the country in 1600 and the population has grown to about 200,000, with most of them residing in Cape Town and Johannesburg.

Mohd Ali said DMDI used to sent teachers to Cape Town to teach Malay as part of its efforts to prevent the extinction of the language and to get more people to speak the language in the country.

“The teachers were there for six months, but there was no interests among the local community to speak Malay as they were used to speaking English and the local language,” he added.

He said even the Malay characteristics in an area named “Kampung Melayu” (Malay Village) in Cape Town were also diminishing.

There were also places with Malay names, but had been changed to English names, like Bukit Semboyan in Cape Town, which was now known as Signal Hill, he added.

Mohd Ali said besides South Africa, efforts were also made by DMDI to preserve the Malay language and culture in other countries, like Australia, where the DMDI Foundation also sponsored a Malay language radio programme in Perth.

“Our effort to ensure continuity of the Malay heritage, especially language, does not stop in Asia only.

“If Malay is not spoken, less people will know the language and in the end it will be lost, and so will the Malay culture,” he added. ― Bernama

 

Source: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/malay-language-going-extinctin-south-africa

 

 

Thursday, 22 December 2016 18:13

Bawa suara umat Islam Rohingya ke Komanwel

Mohd Ali Rustam (tengah) menyerahkan replika cek.

 

KUALA LUMPUR - Pertubuhan Kebajikan Serantau Muslim (Serantau Muslim) akan bersama Dunia Melayu Dunia Islam (DMDI) membawa suara umat Islam Rohingya ke Sekretariat Komanwel di London.

Pengerusi Serantau Muslin, Dr Raja Ahmad Iskandar Al-Hiss berkata, tujuannya adalah untuk menyerahkan memorandum agar Sekretariat Komanwel mengambil serius dan bertindak menamatkan kemelut yang berlaku.

Antara lain, katanya, memorandum tersebut mendesak negara jiran Myanmar iaitu Bangladesh membuka pintu sempadan dan menyediakan kem pelarian untuk umat Islam Rohingya.

"Kami akan ke Sekretariat Komanwel bersama DMDI yang diketuai oleh Tan Sri Mohd Ali Mohd Rustam membawa suara saudara kita di Arakan.

"Ini adalah satu lagi usaha bagi membebaskan nasib umat Islam Rohingya yang dibelenggu kezaliman tidak berperikemanusiaan ketika ini," katanya dalam satu kenyataan.

Beliau berkata demikian selepas majlis penyerahan sumbangan Bantuan Kemanusiaan Rohingya di Kuala Lumpur semalam.

Sumbangan tersebut diagihkan kepada tiga buah tabung iaitu Food Flotilla For Myanmar melalui Majlis Ulamak Rohingya (MUR) sebanyak RM5000 dan masing-masing RM3200 kepada Tabung Berita Harian dan Utusan.

Menurut beliau, Serantau Muslim akan bekerjasama secara serius dengan DMDI dalam usaha membela nasib umat Islam Rohingya.

Katanya, beberapa perancangan lain yang akan dilaksanakan selain mengumpul sumbangan orang ramai yang simpati terhadap apa yang berlaku.

Sebelum itu, Presiden DMDI, Tan Sri Mohd Ali Mohd Rustam dalam sidang medianya merakamkan ucapan terima kasih kepada seluruh rakyat Malaysia yang memberikan sokongan terhadap usaha yang digerakkan dalam memperjuangkan nasib umat Islam Rohingya.

Kata beliau, usaha yang digerakkan demi saudara seakidah kita di Arakan, Myanmar ini mendapat sokongan daripada ramai pihak, ini termasuklah persetujuan tiga buah syarikat restoran nasi kandar terkemuka iaitu Restoran Nasi Kandar Nasmir, Restoran Nasi Kandar Subaidah dan Restoran Nasi Kandar Anandur untuk membuka Tabung Kemanusiaan Rohingya di seluruh rangkaian di Malaysia secara serentak hari ini.

Dalam perkembangan berkaitan, beliau menggesa kepada Pertubuhan Bangsa-Bangsa Bersatu (PBB), Sekretariat Komanwel, dan Pertubuhan Kerjasama Islam (OIC) agar mengisytiharkan 2017 sebagai Tahun Solidariti Rohingya.

Cadangan tersebut tegasnya akan dikemukakan kepada Sidang OIC yang berlangsung minggu hadapan.

 

Sumber: http://www.sinarharian.com.my/nasional/bawa-suara-umat-islam-rohingya-ke-komanwel-1.601716

Saturday, 17 December 2016 18:36

RUMAH ANAK YATIM MELAKA, TSUNAMI ACEH

SPM - BINGKISAN MELAKA: RUMAH ANAK YATIM MELAKA, TSUNAMI ACEH 

Media

Tuesday, 13 December 2016 19:00

Suu Kyi pengganas antarabangsa - DMDI

KUALA LUMPUR: Dunia Melayu Dunia Islam (DMDI) melabelkan Kaunselor Myanmar, Aung San Suu Kyi sebagai pengganas antarabangsa kerana tidak mempedulikan nasib rakyatnya sendiri.

Presiden DMDI, Tan Sri Ali Rustam, berkata penerima Hadiah Nobel Keamanan yang selama ini dilihat sebagai pejuang keamanan, demokrasi dan kemanusiaan secara tiba-tiba berubah pendirian.

Katanya, pemimpin Myanmar itu sudah menyinggung umat Islam dunia apabila melarang dan tidak mengiktiraf Rohingya, sekali gus mengharamkan penggunaan nama etnik itu di negaranya berdasarkan ucapan pada Mei lalu.

"DMDI rasa terkejut dengan sikap penerima Hadiah Nobel Keamanan ini yang sanggup menutup mata, mulut dan telinga daripada melihat dan mendengar penderitaan Muslim Rohingya.

"Suu Kyi turut mendakwa bahawa ketegangan ini berpunca daripada wujudnya kelompok Muslim yang mahu memperjuangkan kemerdekaan Wilayah Arakan.

"Justeru, DMDI berikrar menggunakan segala kekuatannya di 20 negara anggota seluruh dunia bagi menekan kerajaan Myanmar sehingga mereka bersedia meminda Perlembagaan 1982 dengan mengiktiraf Rohingya sebagai warga negara, sekali gus menghentikan keganasan yang berlaku," katanya.

Beliau berkata demikian ketika berucap pada Forum Antarabangsa Rohingya: Stop Genocide di Dewan Perdana Felda di sini, hari ini.

Forum anjuran DMDI itu dihadiri seramai 1,200 peserta dengan menampilkan lima panel terdiri daripada Presiden Pertubuhan Kebajikan Serantau Muslim, Dr Raja Ahmad Iskandar Raja Yaacob; Presiden  Gabungan Pelajar Melayu Semenanjung (GPMS), Zambri Mohd Isa; Presiden Pertubuhan Hak Asasi Manusia Etnik Rohingya Myanmar Malaysia (MERHOM), Zafar Ahmad Abdul Ghani; Pengerusi Majlis Ulama Rohingya, Mohd Jaber Mohd Subahan; dan Rektor Kolej Universiti Insaniah, Prof Datuk Dr Fakhrudin Abdul Mukti.

Mengulas lanjut, Ali berkata DNDI bercadang akan menghantar satu memorandum pada persidangan Pertubuhan Kerjasama Islam (OIC) di ibu negara ini tidak lama lagi supaya tahun 2017 dijadikan sebagai Tahun Solidariti Rohingya dalam usaha mendapat perhatian dunia.

"Saya bersama sekretariat akan berbincang dengan Kementerian Luar, Jabatan Perdana Menteri dan OIC supaya cadangan itu menjadi kenyataan," katanya.

 

Sumber: http://www.bharian.com.my/node/223457

Kesemua sekreteriat Dunia Melayu Dunia Islam (DMDI), membabitkan 20 negara pula, akan menghantar surat bantahan kepada Kerajaan Myanmar menuntut kekejaman terhadap Rohingya dihentikan.

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Friday, 24 June 2016 15:07

Online resource for learning tajwid

DMDI UK today launched an online resource for learning how to read the Quran. The web application is for learning the tajwid at your own pace and will be of benefit especially to those who find it difficult to get a teacher to teach them. The resource can be accessed at tajwid.dmdi.org.uk

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