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Calls To Remove Modi Ring Out At Kashmir Protests In KL

Two demonstrations were held in Kuala Lumpur today over India's withdrawal of autonomy for Kashmir and flooding of the region with military personnel. A demonstration involving some 100 people at Masjid Negara after Friday prayers saw protesters chanting "Hidup Kashmir" (long live Kashmir) and calling for the removal of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Protest leader and Muslim Youth Movement (Abim) president Mohamad Raimi Ab Rahim urged Parliament to speak up against the persecution of Muslims in Kashmir. "Why are our MPs keeping quiet? Even MPs in UK are protesting against what is happening in Kashmir," he told the press.

Abim, in representing 40 NGOs, later submitted a protest note to the Indian High Commission. Across town, another group of 20 protesters gathered in front of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) embassy to protest against the country's decision to grant its highest award - Order of Zayed - to Modi.

Protest leader and president of Ikatan Rakyat Muslim Malaysia (Irimm) Amir Amsaa Alla Pitcay said Malaysians were concerned about the possibility of Kashmir becoming "another Palestine". The protesters had attempted to submit a protest note signed by 42 organisations to the embassy, but were not entertained by any of the embassy staff.

The group had initially planned to submit a protest note to the Saudi Arabian embassy, but called off the event after being ignored by the UAE embassy. Their message for the Saudis, according to Amir Amsaa, was that Riyadh should raise the plight of Kashmiris to the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation and the United Nations. Kashmir is a Himalayan region which has been subjected to territorial conflict since the partition of India and Pakistan in 1947.

The Muslim-majority region of Jammu and Kashmir is Indian territory, but was granted special "temporary" autonomy under Article 370 of the Indian Constitution.

On Aug 5, 2019, the Indian government revoked the special status granted to Jammu and Kashmir. Following this, New Delhi had cut off communication in the region, increased military presence and locked up local political leaders. Kashmiris are concerned that ceding control of the territory to New Delhi would open the floodgates to land grabs by outsiders. Malaysia Kini.

Giving Youths A Voice In Electoral Reforms

KUANTAN: Raub UiTM recently took part in a national seminar held in Parliament to empower youths on electoral reforms. The seminar titled “Electoral System Reforms: Benefits for the Young Generation” was jointly organised by the Muslim Youth Movement of Malaysia (Abim), Raub UiTM’s Administrative Science and Policy Studies Faculty (FSPPP), Coalition for Free and Fair Elections (Bersih 2.0) and the National Union Of Malaysian Muslim Students.

Raub UiTM said in a statement that the programme was aimed at ensuring the voice of youths were not left behind in the government and NGOs’ efforts to bring about election reforms in Malaysia. It said the programme was also to increase awareness and knowledge of the participants on the subject matter. FSPPP studies centre head Che Hamdan Che Mohd Razali (pic) said students had the opportunity to feel the atmosphere of a scholarly discussion in Parliament other than just studying in classrooms.

“In addition, this programme provides a space for students to offer their opinions on electoral reforms,” he said. Among the topics discussed were political education for the young generation, improvements to the electoral system and the role of civil society in election reforms.

There was also a dialogue session with Deputy Youth and Sports Minister Steven Sim Chee Keong. Up to 220 participants took part in the programme, including FSPPP students, lecturers and alumni as well as the public.

Read more at https://www.thestar.com.my/metro/metro-news/2019/03/13/giving-youths-a-voice-in-electoral-reforms#qu8GdvB15IMWy11Z.99

People’s Republic of China Must Stop All Attrocities Against Muslim Uyghurs In Xinjiang.

The Muslim Youth Movement of Malaysia (ABIM) urges the People's Republic of China to immediately release all Uyghur Muslims from detention camps in Xinjiang province. ABIM also calls for all detention centres and camps to be closed immediately. This call is made in conjunction with the anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China on October 1, 2019.

It was also on October 1, 1949 that East Turkestan was incorporated into China and renamed Xinjiang. The ongoing humanitarian tragedy of the Uyghur minority Muslims is already widely known throughout the world. ABIM considers the revelations and disclosures in the various forms of testimony and evidence have seriously undermined the international community’s confidence in the government of the People's Republic of China concerning human rights.

The atrocities committed against the Uyghur ethnic groups in the detention camps go beyond the norms of humanity and result in psychological stress, depression, and trauma among these ethnic people.

To this day, Uyghur communities outside of China are still being denied access to information and blocked from communication which have left them separated from millions of their family members in Xinjiang.

These Uyghur communities have also been denied the right as citizens from possessing passports that would allow them to travel freely including returning home legally. As a major force expanding its influence internationally, the actions of the Government of the People's Republic of China are contrary to fundamental values of human rights held by the universal community. The international community is also keeping abreast of developments in Hong Kong.

The world is observing every policy implemented by the government of the People's Republic of China in both regions. ABIM fears that every move by the Chinese government is a reflection of the policies and values that the country wants to address as a new universal reference norm.

On that basis, ABIM urges Malaysians and the world community to reject any form of normalization that seeks to justify the inhumanity of the Government of the People's Republic of China in particular to its mistreatment of the Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang.

ABIM strongly implores the Malaysian government and the Muslim world to continue to increase political pressure so that atrocities on the Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang shall be ceased and their release from detention camps be achieved.

The millions of Uyghur Muslims and other ethnic groups should have the right to live freely as dignified people as any other citizen in the People’s Republic of China.

Muhammad Faisal Abdul Aziz, Secretary General, Muslim Youth Movesment of Malaysia (ABIM).

People’s Republic of China Must Stop All Attrocities Against Muslim Uyghurs In Xinjiang.

The Muslim Youth Movement of Malaysia (ABIM) urges the People's Republic of China to immediately release all Uyghur Muslims from detention camps in Xinjiang province. ABIM also calls for all detention centres and camps to be closed immediately. This call is made in conjunction with the anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China on October 1, 2019.

It was also on October 1, 1949 that East Turkestan was incorporated into China and renamed Xinjiang. The ongoing humanitarian tragedy of the Uyghur minority Muslims is already widely known throughout the world. ABIM considers the revelations and disclosures in the various forms of testimony and evidence have seriously undermined the international community’s confidence in the government of the People's Republic of China concerning human rights.

The atrocities committed against the Uyghur ethnic groups in the detention camps go beyond the norms of humanity and result in psychological stress, depression, and trauma among these ethnic people.

To this day, Uyghur communities outside of China are still being denied access to information and blocked from communication which have left them separated from millions of their family members in Xinjiang.

These Uyghur communities have also been denied the right as citizens from possessing passports that would allow them to travel freely including returning home legally. As a major force expanding its influence internationally, the actions of the Government of the People's Republic of China are contrary to fundamental values of human rights held by the universal community. The international community is also keeping abreast of developments in Hong Kong.

The world is observing every policy implemented by the government of the People's Republic of China in both regions. ABIM fears that every move by the Chinese government is a reflection of the policies and values that the country wants to address as a new universal reference norm.

On that basis, ABIM urges Malaysians and the world community to reject any form of normalization that seeks to justify the inhumanity of the Government of the People's Republic of China in particular to its mistreatment of the Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang.

ABIM strongly implores the Malaysian government and the Muslim world to continue to increase political pressure so that atrocities on the Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang shall be ceased and their release from detention camps be achieved.

The millions of Uyghur Muslims and other ethnic groups should have the right to live freely as dignified people as any other citizen in the People’s Republic of China.

Muhammad Faisal Abdul Aziz, Secretary General, Muslim Youth Movesment of Malaysia (ABIM).

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Celik CPR bantu hadapi serangan jantung Featured

Sep 30, 2019
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Celik CPR bantu hadapi serangan jantung

KUALA LUMPUR 29 Sept. – Menyedari serangan jantung semakin meningkat setiap tahun, Hospital Pakar Al-Islam mengadakan program celik bantuan awal kecemasan Resutasi Kardiopulmonari (CPR) di Masjid Jamek Kampung Baru di sini, semalam.

Program itu diadakan dengan kerjasama Malaysian Relief Agency (MRA) dan Persatuan Resusitasi Malaysia (MyRes) bertemakan 'Menyelamatkan Satu Nyawa Umpama Menyelamatkan Seluruh Umat'.

Presiden MRA, Dr. Mohd. Daud Sulaiman berkata, objektif program itu adalah meningkatkan kadar nyawa terselamat daripada serangan jantung mengejut yang berlaku di ruang awam, masjid dan pasar raya dengan menggunakan teknik CPR serta peranti AED (Automated External Defibrillator).

“Program julung kali diadakan itu melibatkan penglibatkan lebih 300 orang peserta daripada pelbagai lapisan masyarakat. “Ia juga diadakan sempena 'FIMA-Global Lifesavers Day' yang diadakan serentak pada hari sama di beberapa negara seperti Malaysia, Indonesia, Pakistan, United Kingdom dan Afrika Selatan,” katanya.

Program itu mendapat kerjasama daripada beberapa organisasi lain seperti Jabatan Agama Islam Wilayah Persekutuan (JAWI), Angakatan Belia Islam Malaysia (ABIM) dan Jawatan kuasa Masjid Jamek Kg.Baru.

Mengulas lanjut, Mohd. Daud berkata, Insiden sindrom koronari akut (ACS) termasuk serangan jantung (AMI) berlaku sebanyak 47.1 kes bagi setiap 100,000 penduduk, menjadikan anggaran 15,260 kes bagi 32.4 juta rakyat Malaysia. UTUSAN ONLINE

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Masyarakat Orang Asli Dibantu Lanjutkan Pelajaran Dalam Diploma Pengajian Islam

 Tawar Orang Asli, Mualaf Ambil Diploma

MADRASAH Pengajian Islam (MPI) - Islamic Outreach ABIM Kelantan, Kok Lanas memberi penekanan kepada penuntut Orang Asli dan saudara baru untuk melanjutkan pengajian ke peringkat diploma dalam pengajian Islam.

Pengerusinya, Hassan Awang berkata, bermula bulan ini, seramai 13 penuntut sedang mengikuti pengajian di kolej di Kampung Kuau, Bachok yang diwakafkan oleh individu. Katanya, sebelum ini, Pusat Latihan dan Dakwah Orang Asli (PULDOA) hanya menawarkan pengajian di peringkat sijil sahaja.

“Di peringkat diploma, tempoh pengajian yang perlu diikuti adalah selama tiga tahun berbanding peringkat sijil yang mengambil masa tujuh tahun bergantung kepada kemampuan pelajar. “Selain pelajar Orang Asli dan saudara baru, kita juga mensasarkan penuntut dari Kemboja yang ingin mendalami ilmu agama di sini sekali gus dapat membimbing komuniti di kawasan mereka setelah tamat pengajian nanti,” katanya.

Beliau berkata demikian ketika ditemui selepas Majlis Penyerahan Sumbangan Barangan Elektrik oleh Kemudi Timur Elektronik Sdn Bhd yang dirasmikan Pengarah Urusan Kemudi Timur, Shabki Abdullah di Outreach ABIM Kelantan, Kok Lanas, Kota Bharu, hari ini.

Sementara itu, Shabki berkata, dalam majlis berkenaan, pihaknya turut menyampaikan sebuah televisyen sebagai alat bantu mengajar supaya penuntut Orang Asli di pusat ini mengetahui perkembangan semasa.

“Penyerahan sumbangan ini adalah rentetan daripada program Kibar Jalur Gemilang yang diadakan bersama kira-kira 100 pelajar Orang Asli Islamic Outreach ABIM pada bulan lalu.

“Program tanggungjawab sosial korporat (CSR) ini sudah lebih 10 tahun dijalankan oleh syarikat kami untuk berkongsi keuntungan yang diperolehi syarikat bersama komuniti setempat,” katanya.

Artikel ini disiarkan pada : Rabu, 25 September 2019 @ 3:47 PM

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Pertahankan Kepentingan Sektor Pertanian Negara

KENYATAAN MEDIA ANGKATAN BELIA ISLAM MALAYSIA (ABIM)

19 September 2019 / 19 Muharram 1441 H

PINDAAN AKTA PERLINDUNGAN VARIETI BARU TUMBUHAN 2004: ABIM GESA PERUNDINGAN SECARA MELUAS UNTUK LINDUNGI PETANI DAN JAGA KEPENTINGAN SEKTOR PERTANIAN NEGARA.

Angkatan Belia Islam Malaysia (ABIM) merujuk kepada usaha untuk meminda Akta Perlindungan Varieti Baru Tumbuhan 2004 dijangka akan dibentangkan oleh pihak kerajaan. Pindaan ini dilaporkan sebagai persediaan untuk negara ini menyertai Konvensyen International Union For The Protection of New Varieties of Plants (UPOV) 1991 dengan menyelaras undang-undang berkenaan menepati kehendak konvensyen tersebut.

ABIM menilai penyertaan Malaysia dalam konvensyen UPOV adalah tidak jauh beza dengan penyertaan Malaysia ke dalam mana-mana triti atau perjanjian perdagangan antarabangsa. Justeru, penyertaan Malaysia dalam perkara seperti ini sudah tentu akan melibatkan persoalan kepentingan dan kedaulatan negara.

Maka, ia harus melibatkan rundingan dengan semua pihak secara meluas. ABIM bimbang dengan penyertaan Malaysia akan membuka kepada monopoli biji benih oleh syarikat atau badan asing apabila kita terikat dengan peraturan luar yang ditetapkan UPOV.

Selain itu, ABIM juga khuatir terhadap masa depan petani tempatan termasuk golongan petani kecil apabila Malaysia menyertai UPOV. Mengambil contoh laporan Human Rights Impact Assessment (HRIA) UPOV ’91, batasan yang dikenakan UPOV terhadap penggunaan, pertukaran dan penjualan varieti tumbuhan dan biji benih akan menyukarkan petani tempatan mendapat akses kepada biji benih yang lebih baik dari sektor pertanian berdaftar dan seterusnya mengakibatkan petani boleh hilang punca pendapatan.

Dalam kajian kes di beberapa negara, peraturan UPOV ini mengakibatkan petani terpaksa membayar kos lebih empat kali ganda untuk mendapatkan biji benih kerana petani tidak lagi dibenarkan menggunakan cara konvensional bagi mendapatkan biji benih yang lebih berkualiti.

Menurut Seksyen 31 (1) (e ) Akta Perlindungan Varieti Baru Tumbuhan 2004, pengecualian diberikan kepada petani dengan jelas kepada “apa-apa pertukaran bahan pembiakan dalam amaun yang munasabah di kalangan petani-petani kecil”.

Namun, sekiranya Malaysia ingin menyertai UPOV, maka dikhuatiri peruntukan ini akan dibuang untuk memastikan undang-undang Malaysia mengikuti piawaian dan peraturan yang ditetapkan UPOV.

Justeru, ABIM menggesa agar semua pihak diberikan hak untuk dirunding sebelum apa-apa keputusan yang ingin dibuat kerajaan sama ada menyertai UPOV atau meminda undang-undang Malaysia untuk selaras dengan kehendak UPOV.

MOHAMAD RAIMI AB RAHIM

Presiden, Angkatan Belia Islam Malaysia (ABIM).

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Naib Presiden Helwa ABIM Jadi Panel Penasihat Isu-Isu Semasa Wanita Islam.

11hb September 2019 (Rabu): Alhamdulillah, Puan Nor Azura Kamarudin Sohami, Naib Presiden ABIM (HELWA) telah menerima Surat Perlantikan sebagai Panel Isu-Isu Semasa Wanita Islam (PISWI) daripada YB Menteri Di Jabatan Perdana Menteri (Agama), Datuk Seri Dr Mujahid Yusof.

Majlis berlangsung di Kompleks Islam Putrajaya, dan turut dihadiri oleh YB Timbalan Menteri di JPM, Puan Hajah Fuziah Salleh dan ketua-ketua agensi di bawah Jabatan Perdana Menteri (Agama). PISWI lantikan 2019-2021 yang diketuai oleh Prof Dr Sharifah Hayati akan menasihati YB Menteri Agama dan JAKIM dalam isu berkaitan wanita Islam di Malaysia.

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Laskar Alam Pupuk Akhlak Persekitaran. Featured

Sep 17, 2019
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Laskar Alam Pupuk Akhlak Persekitaran.

Pertubuhan Alam Sekitar Sejahtera (GRASS Malaysia) buat julung kalinya telah mengadakan program Laskar Alam mulai 13 sehingga 15 September 2019 di Asia Camp, Kuala Kubu Bharu. Laskar Alam adalah siri latihan membina angkatan penggerak yang memakmurkan alam dengan membina Kefahaman Kebijaksanaan Persekitaran, Melatih gaya hidup lestari. Latihan bertani. Latihan pemantauan alam sekitar. Panduan projek alam sekitar. Exco Ikhtisas ABIM, Saudari Fatin Nur Majdina Nordin, telah dijemput memberi perkongsian mengenai Akhlak Persekitaran.

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Islam Dan Melayu Nusantara : Cabaran dan Masa Depan.

15 September 2019, YALA - Tn. Hj. Ahmad Azam Ab Rahman, Presiden Wadah telah hadir memberi ucaptama bertajuk 'Islam dan Melayu Nusantara : Cabaran dan Masa Depan' dalam Muktamar Ilmuwan Patani Nusantara kali pertama bertempat di Dewan Anugerah, Majlis Agama Islam Wilayah Yala.

Mengangkat tema 'Ke Arah Pemerkasaan Bahasa Melayu dalam Masyarakat Patani', Dato' Aziz Deraman (mantan Pengarah DBP Malaysia) turut memberi ucaptama bertajuk 'Bahasa dan Budaya Melayu dalam Urus Globalisasi'.

Turut hadir sama ke muktamar ialah Sdr. Mohd Halimi Abd Hamid (Setiausaha Agung Wadah), Sdr. Ahmad Fahmi Mohd Samsudin (Naib Presiden Abim Pusat), Ustaz Mohamad Amin (YDP Abim Negeri Kelantan) serta ahli-ahli daripada Wadah Kedah - Sdr. Ahmad Zaki Bakar, Sdr. Mohd Isa Man, Sdr. Mahmud Rodzi Mohamad, Sdr. Ali Murtadza Mohamad serta Sdr. Ali b. Lebai Shaari.

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