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malayloveislam
07-14-2009, 04:31 AM
While now many people are talking about boycotting China's product, I would like to invite brothers and sisters promoting products produced by only Muslim Companies so that we know that actually we can co-operate with each other in the term of business and trade. I regret when hearing my sisters talking about her experience when she worked in Saudi Arabia. She said that Saudi Arabia that we admired as the land of prophet and his companions too can't escape from Israelis product. Even they hired Catholic Filipino nurses and non-Muslim Western workers in their government hospital.

Where the blessings of G-d in the land of prophet (pbuh) and his companions will go to? They are used to oppress us! There are many other Muslims in Pakistan, Indonesia, Malaysia, South Thailand, and other Muslims who may also coming from Western world applied, but where are they in Saudi hospitals. Even my sister said that a Finnish muslim sister who had just embracing Islam too was insulted for wearing Hijab while working in the hospital by a Catholic Filipino head nurse. Don't they realize that? My sister too received bad treatment while working in the hospital while she is a Muslim the same religion with the people of Saudi. I had experienced other Muslims like Bangladeshi workers in Saudi or other Saudis calling Muslim ladies from Malaysia as Siti Ra7ma (prostitutes) and looking down to us Muslims from SEA. They don't even know that we had valiantly defended Islam since our ancestors had abandoned Buddhism-Hinduims to embrace Islam around 8th C with the guidance from Allah!!! It's not surprising at all when Muslims are easily oppressed around the world when they have no sentiment at all to their religion!!!

I can be narrow-minded and some liberal thinking people can say to me that there are also Muslims in Israel or in China, might be they too involved in Israeli or Chinese factories, and actually I know few Chinese Muslim factories but we don't know whether they hired Communist workers as their government is Communist. Now, I want to ask them back, why are they co-operating with non-Muslims in crushing their own selves while many other countries with majority Muslim population can also work on themselves providing the services and products needed? Now let us trading information about the products that we know and maybe we can introduce them to other Muslims so that we do not be like what happened in Saudi and in my country.
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malayloveislam
07-14-2009, 04:52 AM
HPA PRODUCTS

Radix Coffee Sachets



credit: propolis1980.files.wordpress.com

...Other Products

Pre-Mixture Tea (Manjakani Herbal), HPA Herbal Toothpaste, Herbal Healthy Pills

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malayloveislam
07-14-2009, 08:29 AM
HPA INDUSTRIES

The only Muslim native company in Malaysia with factories of "GMP" standard since 1997. The company has the speciality in local herbal ingredients and has links of specialized stockists who are skilled in holistic treatment.

INTRODUCTION

The company is established by Mr. Haji Ismail Ben Haji Ahmad who came from Mata Ayer Village in Perlis, Malaysia. In September 1987, he had run a small business known as al-Wahida Traditional Herbal and Medicine shop. After 8 years and with the knowledge of herbal medicine inherited from his ancestors, he then established HPA Industries Enterprise in July 15th, 1995.

Throughout their experiences, HPA has the ability to carve the history of success and still working as ever today. HPA is a business with full potential, achievements, and success. The main objective of the company establishment is to expose about the traditional herbal and spices as the source of medicine to the publics and they could be the alternative treatment for society beside enhancing the quality of health, experiencing prosperity through health and enriching the life.

HPA industries enterprise is established by a farmer with vast experience in herbal field in Malaysia. He is Haji Ismail Ahmad and now the owner of the industries with the position of first management director. His vice management director is his wife, Hajjah Norhayati Bente Ahmad.

FACTORIES

HPA enterprise recently possessing few modern factories and herbal farms as wide as 500 acres to make sure that they have sufficient supplies of herbs.

The company's factory is located at B1 & B2, Lot 29, Jalan Industri, Kawasan Perindustrian Kuala Perlis, Perlis under the Malaysian Development Bank scheme. Other than that, another HPA's factory is operated in Lot 5 & 6, Kawasan MIEL Jejawi Fasa II, Jalan Jejawi Sematang, Perlis and at Lot 1 & 2, IKS KEDA Napoh, 06100 Jitra, Kedah. Other new factory is operated in Gandul, Jakarta, Indonesia. The workers of HPA factory now are more than 200 people.

In the earlier stage, the pharmaceutical industry of HPA only operated at the owner house. However, due to the diligence efforts shown by him, the bank had agreed to let him renting a building to operate the manufacturing of products. In the mean time, HPA had made an agreement with the National Pharmaceutical Bureau (BPFK) to get permission in the arrangement of factory plan. Finally, when the permission had been granted by the bureau, The Development Bank provided a loan in about RM 222, 000 for him to buy the processing machines and permitting him to build another additional block for HPA in the factory site.

In 11 September 1997, HPA factories were recognized with Good Management Practice (GMP) certificate by the Malaysian Ministry of Health. WIth the new status, HPA has the opportunities to market the products abroad.

HPA had bought 4 lots of factories with the value of 1.4 million in Jejawi Industrial area. It is 5 km away from Kangar, which is the capital of Perlis state. They can produce more products with the factories. The facilities in the factory is estimated about RM 2.6 million.

VISION

* HPA is commited to expand series of herbal products as effective treatment methods.

* HPA is commited to form enterpreneurs who are dinamic, progressive, and with leading ability.

MISSION

* HPA priority is to produce all sorts of herbal products and through researches to increase the quality of the products beside enhancing the effectiveness and curing certain diseases.

* HPA monitoring and providing facilities for enterpreneurs to expand their knowledge and enhancing their business toward the success, family, and community.

OBJECTIVES

* Becoming the apprentice manufacturer and suppliers for the herbal products around Malaysia.

* Memimpin industri herba di Malaysia dari pengeluaran yang innovatif, berdaya maju dan berwawasan

* Priority toward enterpreneurship development programs

HPA HQ numbers to be contacted if you are interested to be a stockist:

OFFICE
Lot 1985,
Jalan Jejawi Utan Buloh,
Jejawi 02600 Arau,
Perlis, Malaysia.
Tel : 604-9776805
Fax : 604-9774121

Questions about HPA

Email : wahida@hpa.com.my

Questions related to HPA membership
Email : shidah.mis@hpa.com.my

Questions related to HPA products' marketing and promotion
Email : cwahidagm@yahoo.com

Questions related to the Website
Email : webmaster@hpa.com.my

Questions related to HPA Wahida co-operation (koHPA)
Email : shiera_81@yahoo.com

KUALA PERLIS FACTORY

HPA Industries Sdn Bhd (Manufacturing Radix Coffee Product)
B1 & B2 Lot 29,
Komplek Bimbingan Bank Pembangunan,
Kawasan Perindustrian Kuala Perlis
02000 Kuala Perlis,
Perlis Malaysia.
Tel : 04 – 985 2015
Fax : 04 – 985 3051

JEJAWI FACTORY

HPA Industries Sdn Bhd (Manufacturing Traditional Herbal Medicines)
Lot 5 & 6,
Kawasan MIEL Jejawi Fasa II,
Jalan Jejawi Sematang,
02600 Arau Perlis, Malaysia.
Tel : 04 – 977 7894
Fax : 04 – 977 7893

NAPOH FACTORY

HPA Industries Sdn Bhd (Manufacturing beverages products and moderate small industrial goods)
Lot 1 & 2,
IKS KEDA Napoh,
06100 Jitra,
Kedah.
Tel : 04 – 9179 289
Fax : 04 – 9177 112

The Speech of HPA Board of Director

Since long time ago, our community had practised the usage of herbal as medication in curing few diseases. Through this method, HPA being established. Alhamdulillah, we could be together in developing not only a business, but also contribute toward the prosperity of family life.

In line with the modernization today, the herbal treatment of HPA is following modern and clean manufacturing process. With the recognition of "Good Manufacturing Practice," HPA company had managed to ensure the quality of products and making sure that it is consistent.

Through out the new years, HPA Company promising a new paradigm shift so that we will always developing. This will also bring a more positive reformation to all. Finally, I would like to say that our success depends on the efforts based from our vision and mission. HPA company too is commited to the values and always ready to start positive steps for our success together. Thank you.

Tuan Haji Ismail b. Haji Ahmad (Managing Director 1)
Puan Hajjah Norhayati bt. Haji Ahmad (Managing Director 2)

Translated from

http://bisneshpa.wordpress.com/syarikat-hpa/
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malayloveislam
07-14-2009, 09:28 AM
Before I forgot, what HPA means? HPA is from Herba Penawar Al-Wahida (Al-Wahida Curing Herbal).

Haji Ismail Ahmad who established the company is a graduate student of botanical agriculture science from Malaysian Agriculture University, Malaysia (UPM). He had once being an officer in Farmers Association Board and he also has the knowledge about herbals inherited from his grandfather, who was a herbal specialist in Perlis of Northern Malaysia.

The HPA company was established to support the necessity of Muslim community. HPA Industries Enterprise was established in July 15th (1st Ramadhan). In 1997, Al-Wahida Marketing was established under HPA Industries Enterprise. It became a sub-company which managing the marketing of the HPA products manufactured through Multi-Level Marketing. Few Muslim graduates too joined the company and they are from various fields such as accounting, economy, computer science, agriculture, business management and others. All 200 workers of HPA are Muslims and HPA has actually providing the source of incomes to 200 workers family member. It is the only Muslim MLM company owned by Muslim and had going through 10 years till now. HPA Industries too own factories both in Kedah and Perlis.

The products manufactured received health recognition from the Ministry of Health in Malaysia. Those products passed the inspection of National Pharmaceutical Control Bureau which is under the Ministry of Health. They passed all 4 tests which are the microbe test, steroid test, heavy iron test, and dissolving test.

The factories of HPA is awarded with the "Good Management Practice" recognition by the National Pharmaceutical Control Bureau, the Ministry of Health. The quality control is ensured and strict hygiene of the products is assured.

The company too manufacturing products based from Sharia. The products are clean, effective, and touched only by Muslims as the workers involved in the process are all Muslims. The herbal products too do not leave any side effects and they can be used by kids above one year old. All of the workers are obliged to perform wudhu' before entering the factory and before starting their work. Every morning (around 10.00 a.m), the workers will have to pray Dhuha in congregation followed by simple Tazkira. Marketing plan is ensured as not opposing the Shara'. It is checked and referred to the Ulamas and ensured as just, without doubt, and without any trap. It is also recognized as the Sharia based MLM by Indonesian Muslim Consultation Bureau. HPA reject Riba' and the company do not make any loan from any conventional financial institution. Ingredients, capsules, and gels used are ensured as 100% Halal. They are manufactured by Halal Gel Enterprise. All of HPA products are certified by HALAL CERTIFICATE from the Department of Islamic Development in Malaysia. Every month, HPA will donate half of the benefit gained by the company to madrasah, tahfiz schools, and orphanage.

HPA too introduced the JAWI medicational concept. It is an approach based from the source of Ilahiyya and Alamiyya (Herbal). HPA is own an institution for education and research which is known as "JAWI Medicinal Research Center" to train their own traditional herbal medicine practitioners. HPA is not only manufacturing herbal products, but also providing courses on treating diseases such as al-Hijama Bekam*, acupuncture, reflexology massage, chiropractic, and limphatic massage.

* Bekam: a treatment of drawing toxic blood through the skin by sucking up through a horn or by inverting a glass. I think it is a Sunnah?

http://www.saudagarherba.com/syarikat.asp
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malayloveislam
07-14-2009, 09:41 AM
A Muslim manufactured product called Radix Fried Chicken (RFC) from HPA Industries Enterprise. I had seen the restaurant there in Sungai Petani but never had any chance to get to the restaurant. It seems like KFC, but this one is owned by Muslim based company.



abuazri.blogspot.com



www.omaq.org

Radix Fast Food Restaurant of Sungai Petani Branch



sayaasma.blogspot.com



www.shamzettai.com

Interior side of the restaurant

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malayloveislam
07-14-2009, 09:44 AM
This one is RFC in Alor Setar.



www.kuizikel.com

Beverages in RFC?



www.saudagarherba.com
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malayloveislam
07-14-2009, 09:48 AM
I heard that they are planning or already expanded their wing in Saudi Arabia or in UAE. They already have the stockists in Indonesia. I also heard about Saba Islamic Media providing English reference materials about Islam there in Indonesia, it seems like a service-business.
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malayloveislam
07-14-2009, 09:49 AM
Any details about Mecca Cola anyone? We still are not clear about what company they have. Thanks
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ardianto
07-14-2009, 02:09 PM
Originally Posted by malayloveislam
I heard that they are planning or already expanded their wing in Saudi Arabia or in UAE. They already have the stockists in Indonesia. I also heard about Saba Islamic Media providing English reference materials about Islam there in Indonesia, it seems like a service-business.
Yes, they already have the stockists in Indonesia. HPA Nusantara.
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malayloveislam
07-14-2009, 04:08 PM
Originally Posted by ardianto
Yes, they already have the stockists in Indonesia. HPA Nusantara.
Cool, that is a nice move. I had also seen an Indonesian Toko Buku (Bookshop) in Masjid India area. They provided religious books such as those written by Buya Hamka from Indonesia and actually they are useful for Muslim Malay readers too :D.
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malayloveislam
07-14-2009, 04:15 PM
Ponni Herbal Rice



borrowed from: septembersebelas.blogspot.com

Faiza Basmathi Rice



Moghul Faiza Basmathi Rice, imported from Pakistan, is easily digested, non sticky, soft in texture with natural aroma. It is planted in the most fertile rice field of Punjab, known as "Kallar Tract" where melted snow from the mountain flows into the lowland. Only the best rice grains which measure more than 7.2mm are chosen to to be processed automatically in a sophisticated and hi-tech factory. The rice then processed and packed hygienically to preserve it best natural flavor and goodness, making your daily meal inviting. Suitable for "Baryani Rice", "Tomato Rice", "Chicken Rice" etc.

borrowed from: dapur****a.blogspot.com

Company Website In English: http://www.faizarice.com/index.htm
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malayloveislam
07-14-2009, 04:22 PM
Faiza Marketing Enterprise

The owner of the company is a Muslim Egyptian lady if I'm not mistaken, she's not a native but since she's a Muslim, no problem, we can at least guarantee it is safe and halal to consume. Who knows if people out there wanted to have business co-operation with the company, I'm just introducing them. Hope to see other companies from other regions too.

Company's History

Behind The Scene

Syarikat FAIZA was established in 1982, doing retail activities as its core business. In 1992, Syarikat FAIZA officially being incorporated under Syarikat FAIZA Sdn. Bhd. (SFSB), and went into venture capital with Padiberas Nasional (BERNAS) in 1997.

A Stroke of Fortune

In the late 90s shoppers began assessing more closely the processing and other properties of edible products. It was at this time that the company was introduce to a unique category of herbal quality rice from the state of Kartanaka, South India. It was the Herbal "Ponni" rice.

Looking to blow a million, SFSB immediately recognized the intrinsic benefits rice consumers would derive with "Ponni" rice in their diet. Today under the brand name Taj Mahal, Ponni rice has been distributed throughout Malaysia.

As a passage of benefit, Taj Mahal has created a tremendous impact in consumer demand of other SFSB rice products, such as Basmathi, Fragrant rice, Thai Super Special and Local rice.

Infrastructure & Technology

SFSB has a solid infrastructure of rice productions and distributions. The production plant is built on a total land area of 40,000 sq. feet, comprise of high-tech equipment for rice processing and packaging, which can have a total production capacity of 200 metric tons per day, that is integrated with De-stoners, Polishers, Graders, and finally through Color-Sorters and Packaging. At once the warehouse storage capacity is about 2000 metric tons.

On the other hand, SFSB also has it own fleet of trucks and cars to handle distributions and sales services. With 25 units of lorries of multiple capacity and 15 units of salesman cars, SFSB is ready to provide quality delivering and services to the customers all over Malaysia. We have set a goal, that the delivery must reach the customers within 3 days from order date for Johor perimeter and not exceeding 5 days for other territory. The maximum capacity of delivering is about 250 metric tons per day.

Company Address


SYARIKAT FAIZA SDN. BHD. (247191-D)
PLO 442, JALAN WAWASAN 16,
KAWASAN PERINDUSTRIAN SRI GADING 2
83300 BATU PAHAT, JOHOR, MALAYSIA
TEL : 607-4556900 FAX : 607-4557900

Source:

http://www.faizarice.com/AboutUs2.htm
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malayloveislam
07-14-2009, 04:51 PM
Article about the owner of Faiza Marketing Enterprise

Wednesday, December 17, 2008
Faiza Bawumi Sayyed Ahmad - A businesswoman who sells FAIZA rice


If it is the things favored by someone, the age is not the boundary for the success. This is proved by the owner of Faiza Rice Supplier Company, Faiza Bawumi Sayyed Ahmad.

When most of the women at her age are resting at home, Faiza is busy planning the strategies to strengthen the position of her rice business in this country. Faiza not only being the company affairs' director, but she is also working hard in ensuring that the operation of the company being executed well.

This lady is involved in the factory project owned by Faiza Marketing Enterprise evaluated RM14 million in Sri Gading, Batu Pahat. The factory will be build in the near future, said Faiza Bawumi to Utusan Malaysia. The spirit of business in this lady who was originated from Egypt had been in herself since her childhood time as her father was an owner of a restaurant.

She never thought that her experience as a cashier for her father's restaurant determines her to be serious in business. According to Faiza, her success today is not easily gained but she has to go through hardships and challenges and now she had been in the business for 43 years.

Faiza came to Malaysia in 1964 following her husband. She can't just stay at home doing nothing, so she made some money through sewing and cross-titches beside selling kitchen goods. Faiza then made spices for curry and packing the spices in packages with the brand Bunga Raya (Hibiscus). She sends her products to the shops.

“Before I sell rice, I have to go to every house and asking them whether they want to buy the rice if I sell it," she said. She also have to get the liaison as a wholesaler. She sells various kinds of rice including Ponni (South India), Basmathi (Pakistan), Fragrant Rice, and Thai Sticky Rice.

In 9 years, the rice business of her company received warm attentions by the buyers rather than only known in Johore before. The rice with Faiza brand too expanded the wings in Malacca and Kuala Lumpur.

translated from: blogahmadtarmizi-miji.blogspot.com
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malayloveislam
07-14-2009, 05:12 PM
Brahim's Instant Sauces

Spicy Tomato Sauce



siswahyu.com

Kurma Sauce



halaldeal.com

Fish Curry Sauce





I have tried several Brahim's premix like rendang, honey chicken, etc but nothing to shout about. But I would recommend Brahim's fish curry as shown below. It is delicious and tasted like Indian curry and quite spicy. It's a super fast and easy to whip up dinner because all you need is water and freezer ready ingredients. My hubby "sapu" (finished) the whole bowl down to the gravy.

borrowed from: belachan2.blogspot.com

Spicy Tamarind Sauce



siswahyu.com

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malayloveislam
07-14-2009, 05:17 PM


BRAHIM's, Malaysia's household brand is synonymous with sauces and pastes for ready-to-eat meals and instant cooking sauces based on the retort-pouch system. Brahim's offers authentically Asian flavour experience without compromising the ease of preparation.

The sauces come in various menus and dishes to suit the tastes preferences of its customers such as, Malaysian Nyonya sauce, Malaysian Masak Merah sauce, Malaysian Hoi Sin sauce, Indonesian Rendang sauce, Thai Green Curry sauce, Thai Kaffir Lime Leaf & Basil sauce, Thai Sweet & Sour sauce and Thai Masaman Curry sauce.

Brahim's ready-to-eat meals and cooking sauces are exported to South-East Asia, Australia, USA, United Kingdom and Japan.

DEWINA FOOD INDUSTRIES SDN BHD

Lot 9 & 11, Jalan P/9B
Kawasan Perusahaan Bangi
43650 Bandar Baru Bangi
Selangor

Tel : 603-89262828
Fax : 603-89262288
E-mail : ibdewina@tm.net.my
Website : www.dewina.com.my
Contact : Datuk Ibrahim Hj. Ahmad (Managing Director)

borrowed for viewers from:

http://mobile.matrade.gov.my
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malayloveislam
07-14-2009, 06:08 PM
Brahim's is looking forward for UAE markets and regional markets
By: Muin Abdul Majid


DUBAI, 25 Feb (Bernama) -- Dewina Food Industries Sdn Bhd, the manufacturer of food with the brand, "Brahim's", recently is seeking opportunities in UAE and gradually trying to market the products in other gulf countries and African continent.

The company feels that this the suitable time to penetrate the market in the gulf region, said Mohammad Fazil Othman, the marketing manager of Dewina Trading Enterprise, who took part in the food and beverages exhibition of Gulfood in 2009.

"We are also searching for suitable business partners to be the suppliers of our products in Dubai, Gulf countries, North Africa and other parts of Africa," he further said to Bernama.

Mohammad Fazil too said that Dewina Trading is trying to penetrate the market and saying that it will be no problem for them if the customers wanted to make small purchase of the products of Brahim's brand.

"Say that if a customer made a purchase of 200 carton, that is considered as good enough. But, we will be more than glad if they purchase a contenna or more than that.

He said that, "The important step for us is to get the way into the market in the region."Langkah paling penting bagi kita ialah mendapatkan kemasukan ke pasaran ini," kata beliau di sini.

Mohamad Fazil said that Dubai and UAE is the ideal places for them to start business because most of the Gulf countries fully depend on foreign work force and those people have not enough time to cook for themselves.

"Many of them had brought their wives or their family. The goods here could be quite expensive. That is the reason that we feel there is a special market place for our products." He also said that Brahim's products will be introduced in the form of gravy heated and ready to be served.

"Brahim's representing a good alternative because our products are delicious and involving the simple preparation and only taking short time to be served. It is very convenient." Mohammad further said.

About 46 companies from Malaysia and Government agencies joined the exhibition and they were supported by the Malaysian Foreign Trade Development Board for Gulfood 2009 which will end tomorrow.

-- BERNAMA

web10.bernama.com
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malayloveislam
07-14-2009, 06:11 PM
HALAGEL HERBAL TOOTHPASTE, WITH NEEM AND CLOVER OIL



Get your day off to a refreshing start with nature’s best herbs neem and clove. Halagel Herbal Toothpaste – With Neem and Clove Oil does not contain gelatin or bone ash. Foaming Non-Fluoridated Toothpaste.

Ingredients:

Calcium Carbonate, Sorbitol, Water, Sodium Lauryl, Shb003.jpgulfate, Sodium Carboxymethyl Cellulose, Glycerin, Sodium Chloride, Flavour (Peppermint Oil, Neem Extract, Clove Oil, Menthol), Silica, Sodium Saccharin, Benzalkonium Chloride, Sodium Benzoate, CI 19140, CI 42090.

100% Vegetarian.

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200 gram = GBP 1.50 Product code: HB0003

50 gram = GBP 1.00 Product code: HB0004

promoting: srinura.wordpress.com

HALAGEL HALAL AUTHENTICATION CERTIFICATE



www.daganghalal.com
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malayloveislam
07-14-2009, 06:15 PM
MISWAKGEL TOOTHPASTE (HALAGEL)



Halagel® Miswakgel Toothpaste

Weight: 175g.

Was dedicated in the Islamic sunnah as a favourite tool of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) to clean his teeth. Science has proven that miswak has many nutrional properties that help combat bleeding gums while strengthening them.

BUBBLEGUM TOOTHPASTE FOR KIDS



https://www.halagel.com.my
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malayloveislam
07-14-2009, 06:26 PM
Yusuf Taiyyoob

Yusuf Taiyoob Sdn.Bhd was established in 1988 and is a well known importer, exporter and distributor of food products and ingredients in the Malaysian market.

Yusuf Taiyoob Sdn.Bhd. has an extensive experience in the domestic and overseas markets and is associated with many major well known companies all over the world which benefits the company in ensuring that the products supplied are of high standards and are at cost effective prices.

Contact them at:

Yusuf Taiyoob Sdn. Bhd.
Suite 11.08, 11th Floor, Plaza MWE,
8, Lebuh Farquhar,
10200 Penang, Malaysia.
P.O.Box 146, 10710 Penang, Malaysia

Tel : + 604-262 7227
Fax : + 604-261 8284
E-mail : yuta@yuta.com

www.yuta.com
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malayloveislam
07-14-2009, 06:30 PM
Yusuf Taiyoob Product

Dates



mohdloqman.blogspot.com
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malayloveislam
07-14-2009, 06:31 PM
RAMLI BURGER



Wiki.
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malayloveislam
07-14-2009, 06:36 PM
WHAT IS RAMLI BURGER?

The Ramly Burger, also known as the Burger Ramly, is a Malaysian burger created by Ramly Moknin popular in Malaysia and Singapore. Though the term "Ramly Burger" may refer to any of the hamburgers sold in a Ramly Burger stall, it most commonly refers to the Ramly Burger Special. While the amount and type of ingredients vary greatly depending on location, a typical Ramly Burger consists of a beef or chicken patty, margarine, onions, an egg, cabbage, mayonnaise, Worcestershire sauce and Maggi Seasoning. This list is subjective, however, as Ramly Burgers are famous for being highly customizable.

For More Information:

http://www.ramly.com.my/eng/ramly2.html

The website is interactive and interesting.
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malayloveislam
07-14-2009, 06:41 PM
HPA ROSELLE FRUIT JUICE



myhpafamily.blogspot.com

HPA ROSELLE CORDIAL



duniaherbahpa.wordpress.com
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malayloveislam
07-14-2009, 06:48 PM
MUSAFFA HERBAL DRINKING WATER



Herbal drink for spiritual and physical health.

wwwrealestet.blogspot.com



www.imagespeech.com

Official Website, but too bad only in Malay:

http://tokguru.net/
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malayloveislam
07-14-2009, 06:54 PM
SABA ISLAMIC MEDIA

ISLAMIC KNOWLEDGE BOOKS AND MATERIALS IN ENGLISH FOR INTERNATIONAL READERS

Saba Islamic Media Franchise Program

Welcome to Saba Franchise

WHY Saba Islamic Media Franchise Program?

How much longer must we say "NO" to potential entrepeneurs who have already said "YES" to calculated-risk opportunities?

With our motto: "Your Spiritual Welbeing... our business" together with patience and diligence in drawing-up a strategic franchise organisation dealing in niche marketing of Islamic books and multi-media such as CD-ROMS, VCDs, DVDs, Audio CDs and Cassettes especially in English. Where else can YOU turn to?

In a world of ever increasing "...mind your own business" attitude towards social ills around us, SABA has chosen to make it "...our business" to contribute towards a healthier society, based on the way of life founded on true Divine guidance. Since 1989, SABA has been active in the production and distribution of Islamic da'wah materials in various formats - literature, audio/video, electronic and computer multimedia.

At SABA, da'wah actually drives the business instead of occupying a passive backseat, to be sacrificed at the slightest sign of an economic crisis. This is the best illustrated by (Alhamdulillah), uninterrupted services to the general public through dissemination of the Islamic message of peace - right through the difficult period of 1998 up to the present time. SABA actually continued to grow during this period enabling widespread availability of materials on Islam to all. Muslim and non-Muslim alike.

Malaysian Branch:


Saba Islamic Media Sdn Bhd
1-2-1 Prima Peninsula Jalan
Setiawangsa 11 Taman Setiawangsa,
Kuala Lumpur 54200,
Wilayah Persekutuan

p: 603-42518792 f: 603-42562030

http://www.saba-islamic-media.com

Email Saba Islamic Media Sdn Bhd


http://www.saba.com.my/v2/
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malayloveislam
07-14-2009, 06:59 PM
HABHAL SWEET SOY BEAN SAUCE



www.redhotchillipeople.com
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malayloveislam
07-14-2009, 07:02 PM
TAMIN TRADING AND ENTERPRISE

The story of Kicap Tamin began in 1951 when the late Tuan Haji Mohd. Tamin (left) produced it on a small scale in Batu Gajah, Perak.

With a capital of just RM10 but lots of determination, Tuan Haji Mohd. Tamin's cottage industry produced about 700 bottles a day with the help of his family members. Even though the production was small, cleanliness, quality and taste were not compromised. Ingredients like soya beans, wheat flour and others were carefully selected and combined to ensure the fine quality of the sauce.

After a year, the demand for Kicap Tamin grew beyond expectations, The product were by then well known amongst the housewives and consumers in the kampung vacinity. Kampung children who travelled or migrated to the cities also brought with them Kicap Tamin, thereby introducing people in the cities to the delicious and delightful taste of the sauce.

To meet the increasing demand, Tuan Haji Mohd. Tamin stepped up productions to 3,500 bottles per day. The popularity of the sauce and the increasing demand eventually prompted Tuan Haji Mohd. Tamin to expand his business by building a factory in Enggor, not far from the royal town of Kuala Kangsar, Perak. More staff were also employed to help increase the production to 9,000 bottles a day. Kicap Tamin were by now marketed in the whole Peninsula Malaysia.

PRODUCTS

Various kind of soy sauces



credit of pic: www.khas.com.my

Contact the company:

Syarikat Salmi Bin Haji Tamin Sdn. Bhd.
3955 JLN IPOH BATU 25,
33600 ENGGOR, Enggor,
Perak, Malaysia
Contact : +605-7576577
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malayloveislam
07-14-2009, 07:17 PM
ADABI SEASONING AND SPICES



ADABI'S LOGO



www.brandsoftheworld.com

ADABI FISH CURRY POWDER



ADABI BEEF AND CHICKEN CURRY POWDER



www.malayshop.com

ADABI FRIED VEGETABLE PASTE



www.halaldeal.com

ADABI FRIED RICE PASTE



www.deliclass.co.uk
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malayloveislam
07-14-2009, 07:22 PM
ADABI

Adabi is a household name in every home in Malaysia. For almost two decades, the Malaysian public has heard, seen and fallen in love with the Adabi brand, whose logo is represented by the traditional Royal Palace of Malacca in the sixteenth century. The Malay palace denotes the fact that Adabi products have a very strong heritage, similar with the quality food that was served to the royalties in the past.

True to its image, the Adabi brand has consistently delivered to Malaysian consumers food products that are 100% Halal, and of the highest quality. It is because of this that Adabi was recently voted a Superbrand for the year 2002 by the Malaysian Superbrand Council. Adabi can proudly lay claim to the fact it is one of only a select few Superbrands that is purely homegrown, through and through.

The Adabi brand has also managed to penetrate the minds of consumers outside of Malaysia, especially those in the Indonesian cosmopolitan areas of Medan and Jakarta. Some of Adabi’s well-known products have been marketed and sold in Indonesia since 1993, and the Adabi brand has also been promoted consistently in the mass media over there.

Contact ADABI at:

Write to them if there's any issues, suggestions or even complaints at:

Adabi Consumer Industries Sdn Bhd
Lot 136, Rawang Integrated Industrial Park,
48000 Rawang, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia.

Telephone Number : +60 3 6092 3677
Fax Number : +60 3 6092 6458

Email
General : info@adabi.com.my
Training : training@adabi.com.my
Sales : sales@adabi.com.my


More Info: http://www.adabi.com.my/
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malayloveislam
07-14-2009, 07:45 PM
PROTON

A heavy industry in automotive field, too bad the suppliers of the spare parts are still dominated by non-Muslims. Only the outcome is from Muslim workers, employers, and ideas.

Proton Persona



www.corpeis.org

Proton Savvy



paultan.org

Proton MPV



ajid.files.wordpress.com

More info in Proton Official Web: http://www.proton.com/
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malayloveislam
07-14-2009, 08:07 PM
This kind of websites made me thinking that why not we just interact and trading among each others with full understanding based from Quran and Sunna, you can read those comments for yourselves:

One of it, they say Boycott Arab Oil!!

http://www.danielpipes.org/comments/38334

I had just attended a meeting of our relatives from the same ancestor in Malaysia. We are linked to 2000 people in a big hall while there are many others who can't attend the meeting for some reasons. We don't know each other while we actually sharing the same ancestor and faith. We can just live as a community if we strengthening our silat-ur-ra7eem in the name of Allah and witnessing prophet Muhammad as the final prophet.
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malayloveislam
07-15-2009, 07:06 AM
Errrr, this one is a bit exotic and seafood. I don't know if people love this but for me it is not new although it is not my daily flavor enriching sauce. I will just introduce this as produced and packaged by SEAn Muslim, so if anyone interested with exotic foods you know where to find and safely consuming them without any doubt. Introducing Budu or Achovy Sauce.

It is popular in East Malaysia and South Thai region (น้ำปลาฝรั่ง/Nam Pla Prang). They use to have this with a dish called Nasi Kerabu or Khao Yam. Nasi Kerabu/Khao Yam is a kind of Veggie Rice but you still can have it with Fish Crackers, Fried Fish, Beef, or Chicken. It is a kind of food served by Southern Muslim Thai and also Eastern Coast Muslim Malays in Malaysia. In Malaysia, the anchovy sauce is produced by local Muslim and they pack it themselves. No non-Muslim produce this as far as I know.

Ketereh Brand Anchovy Sauce

Sorry... the photographer had already consume the anchovy sauce so the presentation is quite bad.



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Mahkota Brand Anchovy Sauce



Petai Brand Anchovy Sauce

I love this, my Kelantanese friend had give me one as a present and I think I love this more than Ketereh brand. The anchovy essence is a bit light than in Ketereh brand.



variasikelantan.blogspot.com

Also, Anchovy Sauce in packet, this is the new presentation by the local company.



variasikelantan.blogspot

How do you consume this?



Mix the anchovy sauce with limes, few cut of chillies, and onion. You can have the mixture of anchovy sauce with Khao Yam (Nasi Kerabu)

Nasi Kerabu/Khao Yam



allthaifood.com

Nasi Kerabu/Khao Yam Plain Presentation



thailand.prd.go.th



latimesblogs.latimes.com



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malayloveislam
07-16-2009, 10:45 AM
Muslim Best Food Industries Sdn Bhd Product

MISTER TAPIOCA CHIP



Image Source : The New Straits Times (Travel Times).

Chips ahoy!
Posted in English Newspaper on December 16, 2008 by mistertapioca

From humble beginnings as a staple during the Japanese Occupation, tapioca is fast gaining fame as a snack in many countries abroad, learns SHANTI GUNARATNAM.
Taking chips to new frontiers, Sheikh Ahmad is dubbed ’Mr Tapioca Chip of Malaysia’. He is seen here with the many varieties of chips which his company Muslim Best Food Industries Sdn Bhd produces.

Taking chips to new frontiers, Sheikh Ahmad is dubbed ’Mr Tapioca Chip of Malaysia’. He is seen here with the many varieties of chips which his company Muslim Best Food Industries Sdn Bhd produces.

IT is a local delicacy that has been given a “new lease of life” and infused with a variety of flavours.

In the world of calorie conscious consumers, the more popular potatoes are now making way for the humble tapioca, the local root vegetable, which is packed with anti-oxidants.

From Kuala Lumpur to London, snack lovers are digging into bowls after bowls of tapioca chips.

Surprisingly, foreigners are consuming more tapioca chips compared to Malaysians.

And this Christmas, don’t be surprised if you see tapioca chips served along side turkey at many British homes.

“We have taken tapioca for granted, but the Westerners already know about its nutritional value and are consuming them more,” says Haji Sheikh Ahmad Dusuki, the managing director of Muslim Best Marketing (M) Sdn Bhd which exports some 10 containers of tapioca chips into England regularly.

Besides England, Sheikh Ahmad’s “Tappi Chips” are also popular in Canada, Ireland and China.

Our Asean neighbours, Singapore, Brunei, Vietnam and Cambodia are also chowing down these chips by the container loads.

In Malaysia, these chips are available in many hypermarkets as well as at the Airport Shoppe at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport where it is “flying” fast off the shelves.

“Many foreigners have mistaken the tapioca chips for potato chips. When you see them eating the chips, they have puzzled looks on their faces because they are wondering which of the two chips they are consuming.”

The Big Picture

According to Sheikh Ahmad, the snack industry worldwide is worth some four billion Euros and they see a huge potential in tapioca chips.

Each canister of tapioca chips is currently retailing between RM6.50 and RM8.30.

“We started making these chips two years ago at our factory in Kelantan. Mardi helped us a lot with research and development because we knew the growth potential of tapioca chips.

“Selling the chips at KLIA is the best thing we have done for our product because the mileage it has brought in terms of branding purposes,” says Sheikh Ahmad who is currently working on introducing new flavours for his tapioca chips.

Some of the new flavours he is looking into include Jalapeno and banana.

Local Favourites Flying High

If you think the Airport Shoppe only stocks fast food, think again.

They have gone local by selling acar buah (RM5 per bottle), pickled chillies and lime (RM5 per pack), rojak sauce (RM5), cincalok (RM2.70) and belacan (RM2).

The biggest buyers of these items are often foreigners.

Surprised? Don’t be, because many of them have learnt to eat these local delicacies when holidaying or residing in Malaysia. On their way back home, they buy these Malaysian favourites at the Airport Shoppe.

“The Indians love the pickled chillies and lime which they often consume with the many types of Indian bread or even rice,” says Zulpakah Hamzah of Zentech Trading, the maker and supplier of these products.

Zulpakah has taken the small family run business into a commercial success when he ventured out of his hometown in Sungai Rambai in Malacca into hypermarkets, retail outlets and the airport more than one year ago.

Everything that is on the shelves is made at home by his wife and relatives based on recipes handed down to them by their mothers and aunts.

In Malacca, Acar Buah Mak Jenah is well-known.

“We started off making acar buah to be served at weddings and that is how we started in the early years. As the demand grew for the acar, we decided to commercialise it.

“The family has worked hard to make Acar Buah Mak Jenah a household name and we are now working harder to take it international,” says Zulkpakah.

Monthly, some 60 bottles of acar buah are sold at the airport.

The acar is interestingly often eaten with sandwiches by foreigners.



Pictures by Rosela Ismail

Article Source: http://www.nst.com.my/Current_News/T...cle/index_html

More Info

http://mistertapioca.wordpress.com/
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malayloveislam
07-16-2009, 11:05 AM
LIQO CHOCOLATE MALT DRINK



ketayapputih.blogspot.com

LIQO Chocolate Malt Drink is a new product in the market today. It is a Muslim native product and trying to penetrate the market in this country. With natural malt extract as the ingredient, LIQO provides energy and natural goodness to all. The unique taste is comparable to other malt drinks in the market but it is with distinct identity. The most important thing is that it cost lower than other malt drinks in the market and we can make a good selection to try it. It is also an alternative for us while now most of the people are talking about boycotting the products produced by those who oppressed others.

The malt drink consist coco powder, malt extract, non-dairy cream, milk cream, and sugar powder. It is 100% Muslim native product and guaranteed Halal with hygienic packaging process. The product is produced in Factory Complex of SME Bank, Saga Industrial Area, Sungai Petani, Malaysia. Let us together supporting Muslim products and not only talking of boycotting without buying our own products or producing the products for ourselves. Wallahualam...

For those who are interested to be a stockist, please don't hesitate to call Mrs. Zainab at +6-04-4338441 for more information and purchase. I don't know whether the company have the website. I will try searching for it for the sake of International market.

pongsuseribu.blogspot.com
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malayloveislam
07-16-2009, 11:07 AM
Muslim Best Food Industries Sdn.Bhd

Company Detail

Company Name : Muslim Best Food Industries Sdn. Bhd
Registration No. : 210791-P
Registration Date:-
Address : No.22, Jln TPP 5/3, Taman Perindustrin Puchong, 47100 Puchong, Selangor.
Phone Number : +603- 8062 2780/2781
Fax Number : +603- 8060 4533
E-mail: mbestd@streamyx.com

Company Product :

Tomato Sauce
Sweet Chili Sauce
Chili Sauce
Oyster Sauce
Salty Soy Sauce
Sweet Soya Sauce
Sweet Soya Bean Sauce
Original Black Pepper Sauce
Sotong Sauce
Mister Tapioca Stick Salt 'N' Vineger
Mister Tapioca Crisp Onion 'N' Sour Cream
Mister Tapioca Crisp curry Chicken
Mango Salsa Sauce
Papaya Salsa Sauce
Pineapple Salsa Sauce

http://www.agrobasedproducts.com
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malayloveislam
07-17-2009, 08:21 AM
I don't want this idea being wasted so I put it here for sharing. I hope Muslims all over the world and nations could take heed too from this news. We need to establish our own Universities whether in our nations or in the country where you live to make sure that we depend on our own feet and excel in education or academic in more deep meaning. We should establish back our Egypt and Andalusia, there is no time for procrastination!!!

This could also stimulate our own economy! Any related news from your country is appreciated, share with us about the products, companies, and etc here, please...please...please. We need co-operation at least information to enhance our economy wherever we are so that we are not only talking to boycott this and that but also know where to reach for the practice.

Malaysia Courier

ESTABLISH MORE ISLAMIC UNIVERSITIES

KUALA LUMPUR 16th July - Government determines Muslims to establish more Islamic Universities in the country as to make sure that more Muslim thinkers and scholars with balanced Dunyawi and Ukhrawi knowledge being born.

The vice minister of higher education, Saifuddin Abdullah said that this step is crucial because Muslims need references written by Muslim scholars ourselves to solve various problems arise.

According to him, we are still lack of Islamic based reading and written materials and this had made us facing problems in making researches and references. We can't only depend on non-Muslim materials.

"Muslim Ummah in this country are still searching for ideal reference materials to solve problems and forming ideas in solving social problems faced by Muslim teenagers today.

It is hoped that the establishment of Islamic Universities and Educational Institution based in Islam could help boosting the rise of scholarship of Muslim community in various fields such as in religious studies and Islamic Law studies, technical knowledge, science and maths, linguistics, and others," he said in his speech delivered in the opening ceremony of the International Islamic University College Expo and Festival in conjunction to the college's 21st convocation today.

According to him, the Islamic approach is important to form good akhlaq in students selves and ensuring them to be the thinkers, reference, and models for future generation.
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malayloveislam
07-17-2009, 10:42 AM
Examples of Islamic University

al-Madinah International University

http://www.mediu.edu.my/

International Islamic University, Malaysia

http://www.iiu.edu.my/

Science Islamic University, Malaysia

http://www.usim.edu.my/usim/en/

Ummul Quraa University, KSA

http://www.uqu.edu.sa/english

al-Azhar University, Egypt

http://www.azhar.edu.eg/

We need more, we also should co-operate with the universities in the term of Academic and Researches. I would like to know whether Muslim Universities offering the studies of languages of Muslims (Turkish, Persian, Malay, and others other than Arabic) and Western languages courses? They are important for mutual understanding.

These Universities are not-Islamic, but I hope Muslims all-over the world could also participate in these universities because many Muslims study there:

Science University of Malaysia

http://www.usm.my/bi/

University of Malaya

http://www.um.edu.my/

Malaysian National University

http://www.ukm.my/portal/home.html

Putra Malaysia University

http://www.upm.edu.my/?l=e&

I think I will redirect this post to another thread about Muslim education.
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malayloveislam
07-17-2009, 12:42 PM


source: www.kln.gov.my

INTRADE MALAYSIA 2009 (INTERNATIONAL TRADE MALAYSIA)
10 - 12 NOVEMBER 2009

MARTRADE EXHIBITION & CONVENTION CENTER, KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA

Effective Strategies To Penetrate International Market

REGISTER NOW!

INTRADE Malaysia, the largest exhibition of trade goods in ASEAN, returned again as a promotional center for local goods and services for International market.

INTRADE 2009 is organized by Malaysian External Trade Development Corporation (MARTRADE) witnessed the exhibition of products and services from more than 300 local and international companies of 11 different industries.

Don't miss the opportunity to:

* Expand your business into International market

* Meet beneficial International customers who will also present in the INTRADE 2009 under the program of "Incoming Buying Mission (IBM)"

* Establish and strengthening links with Local and International business community who will participate in the exhibition

* Participate the KL International Trade Forum (KLITF) the 3rd, to get more recent information about the industries of your company.

For further information, please check in

www.intrademalaysia.com

Supported by:

International Trade and Industrial Ministry of Malaysia

and

Organized by:

Malaysian External Trade Development Corporation (MARTRADE)
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malayloveislam
07-17-2009, 01:20 PM
SCIENTIFIC DATA IS NEEDED TO SUPPORT THE CLAIM
By Khairunnisa Sulaiman

Kacip Fatimah Herb (Labisia Pumilia)



Too bad that a country with biodiversity richness is still not explored in whole by the scientists (where are our Muslim scientists local and from other Muslim nations?We need their participation). Many that can be done to bring the local herbs into international market especially the far developed countries (I expect that we do that among ourselves first) as among the alternative way in medical world.

To penetrate the market abroad, especially in the far developed countries, we need scientific data to support the effectiveness of our herbal products as what had been done by traditional herbal specialists and practicioners.

In far developed countries, they are very cautious with the medicines taken and they usually will be looking for the scientific data to ensure the effectiveness of certain medicine and to make sure that it is safe to be consumed.

For the first time in our country's history, a biotechnology company had succesfully produced a complete data about the toxicity of the Queen of Herbs, Kacip Fatimah (Labisia Pumilia).

The chief executive of the company, Dr. Rajen M. said that the support given by the government in the form of grant is appreciated.

"Although the data is given priority, we will still returning it back to the public for their benefits," he said during the interview in the launching of the data website day, in Petaling Jaya, Selangor, this recent.

Kacip Fatimah is an endemic item in this region especially in the South of Malaysian Peninsula, even the scientific name of the herb "Labisia" was taken from the name of a town in Johor in South Malaysian Peninsula, which is Labis town.

The herb was said as having a long history and was named after the name of prophet Muhammad (pbuh) daughter, Fatima.

Although Kacip Fatima is popular in the market among local Malay consumers, it is still difficult penetrating International market.

"International market need scientific data to support the claim on the effectiveness of the local herb," said Rajen.

Thus Holista Biotech had co-operated with the Integrative Medical Institute of India in Jammu which is an oldest and largest herbal institute in India.

The institute too had been in agreement with the University of Mississipi, in the US to ease the process of certification by the Food and Drugs Association (FDA), US.

The toxicity data had shown that Kacip Fatimah is safe to be consumed for human daily needs.

The research too can be used by other companies and the fund that should be used for the research can also be applied on the development of the herb.

While, the chief executive of Biotech Corp. Iskandar Mizal Mahmood expressed his pride with the initiative efforts of a company which had reached the stage of BioNexus.

"The research is hoped to help Kacip Fatimah being developed as a product marketed in both local and international market." Iskandar said.

He also hope that what had been done by Holista Biotech will also inspire other BioNexus company in conducting researches about other local herbs.

The research too had sparked innovations and development in herbal field, it could also be an important field the national biotech policy.

Dr. Rajen said that they still have other three more local herbs to be in research and data collecting.

Now, anyone could check out about the toxicity of the Kacip Fatimah by downloading the data from the website:

www.kacipfatima.net

source: Malaysian Courier, July, 17th 2009

herb pic: www.ashtech.com.my
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malayloveislam
07-21-2009, 03:04 AM
Bank

ar-Rajhi Bank



pic:vectorlogo.blogspot.com

About Al Rajhi Bank

Al Rajhi Bank is the largest Islamic banking group in the world recognized for being instrumental in bridging the gap between modern financial demands and intrinsic Islamic values. One of the fastest growing and most progressive banks in Saudi Arabia, it owes its banking excellence to its unwavering commitment to Shariah principles and the use of technology to offer diverse products to meet customer needs. The Group has a vast network of over 500 bank branches, 2,000 ATM machines and over 18,000 POS installed all over the kingdom.

Leveraging on its established principles and operations in the Middle East, Al Rajhi Bank ventured out as an international bank by setting up its first overseas operations in Malaysia in October 2006. Operating on the same platform as the home bank, Al Rajhi Bank Malaysia extensively uses the latest banking technology to consistently provide customers with speed and convenience in banking. It opened its first and main branch at Jalan Ampang on 16th October 2006. Today, it has 19 branches, 14 in the Klang Valley, one each in Johor Bharu, Melaka, Penang, Kuching and Kota Bharu.
The bank is expanding its suite of products and services that currently offers Savings account-i, Current account-i, Personal financing-i, Charge card-i, Debit card-i, Fixed term investment-i, Automobile financing-i, Home financing-i, Structured Home Financing-i, Al Musafir Card-i and customised corporate products. As of Feb 2008, Al Rajhi had a customer base nearing 100,000 and the numbers are steadily growing.

Who we are and where we come from?

Based in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Al Rajhi Bank plays an integral part in the life of the desert Kingdom. We've been serving its citizens, financing its growth and contributing to Saudi development for over 50 years, catering for both the retail and wholesale needs of our clientele. We've now grown into the country's largest branch and ATM network with over 18,000 POS installed with merchants all over the Kingdom. We're also one of the largest joint stock companies in Saudi, with a paid-up capital of SR 13.5 billion (US$ 3.6 billion)

Malaysia marks our first foray into the international banking market and it's an exciting and highly significant development in the history of the bank.

official site: http://www.alrajhibank.com.my/
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malayloveislam
07-21-2009, 03:11 AM
Bank Islam

Bank Islam New Brand



www.brandsoftheworld

Old Brand Of Bank Islam



pic: www.post-buzz.com
Bank Islam emerged as Malaysia’s maiden Shari’ah-based financial institution when it commenced operations in July 1983. Since then, Bank Islam has become the symbol of Islamic banking in Malaysia. Its vision to be “The Global Leader in Islamic Banking” illustrates its status as the flag bearer of the country’s Islamic financial services industry.

official site: http://www.bankislam.com.my/
From only RM80 million initially, Bank Islam’s paid-up capital swelled to RM1.73 billion as at June 2009, which was instrumental in making possible the growth of its assets and the implementation of its expansion programmes.

Through a growing network of branches and self-service terminals which stand at 93 locations and 656 terminals nationwide, Bank Islam parades a comprehensive list of more than 50 innovative and sophisticated Islamic banking products and services, comparable to those offered by its conventional counterparts.

From the traditional financing, savings and investment types of products exclusively for individual customers in the early years of establishment, the range of Bank Islam’s Shari’ah-based financial products, services and business solutions has significantly expanded to cater to the fast-changing financial needs of all categories of customers including those related to micro financing, wealth management, capital market, treasury and structured products.

Being a pioneer, Bank Islam has played a leading role in promoting the expansion of Malaysia’s brand of Islamic finance into other markets, especially in the region. This has helped develop Bank Islam into a well-established and universally recognised brand. As the number of local and global financial services continues to increase, Bank Islam remains keenly aware of the pioneering role it must continue to play.

As a testament of this pioneering role, Bank Islam was awarded the Reader’s Digest Platinum Award for being the Most Trusted Brand for Islamic Financial Services. With the entrusted belief, Bank Islam is on its way in becoming “The Global Leader in Islamic Banking” and continues to remain guided by the excellent pioneering work by its predecessors, Malaysia’s ambition to be an international Islamic financial centre, the success of its turnaround efforts and the challenge from its competitors.

For more information on Bank Islam products and services, call Bank Islam Call Center at 6-03-26 900 900

Official Site: http://www.bankislam.com.my/
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malayloveislam
07-21-2009, 03:12 AM
Bank Islam

Bank Islam New Brand



www.brandsoftheworld

Old Brand Of Bank Islam



pic: www.post-buzz.com

Bank Islam emerged as Malaysia’s maiden Shari’ah-based financial institution when it commenced operations in July 1983. Since then, Bank Islam has become the symbol of Islamic banking in Malaysia. Its vision to be “The Global Leader in Islamic Banking” illustrates its status as the flag bearer of the country’s Islamic financial services industry.

From only RM80 million initially, Bank Islam’s paid-up capital swelled to RM1.73 billion as at June 2009, which was instrumental in making possible the growth of its assets and the implementation of its expansion programmes.

Through a growing network of branches and self-service terminals which stand at 93 locations and 656 terminals nationwide, Bank Islam parades a comprehensive list of more than 50 innovative and sophisticated Islamic banking products and services, comparable to those offered by its conventional counterparts.

From the traditional financing, savings and investment types of products exclusively for individual customers in the early years of establishment, the range of Bank Islam’s Shari’ah-based financial products, services and business solutions has significantly expanded to cater to the fast-changing financial needs of all categories of customers including those related to micro financing, wealth management, capital market, treasury and structured products.

Being a pioneer, Bank Islam has played a leading role in promoting the expansion of Malaysia’s brand of Islamic finance into other markets, especially in the region. This has helped develop Bank Islam into a well-established and universally recognised brand. As the number of local and global financial services continues to increase, Bank Islam remains keenly aware of the pioneering role it must continue to play.

As a testament of this pioneering role, Bank Islam was awarded the Reader’s Digest Platinum Award for being the Most Trusted Brand for Islamic Financial Services. With the entrusted belief, Bank Islam is on its way in becoming “The Global Leader in Islamic Banking” and continues to remain guided by the excellent pioneering work by its predecessors, Malaysia’s ambition to be an international Islamic financial centre, the success of its turnaround efforts and the challenge from its competitors.

For more information on Bank Islam products and services, call Bank Islam Call Center at 6-03-26 900 900

Official Site: http://www.bankislam.com.my/
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malayloveislam
07-21-2009, 03:18 AM
Bank Muamalat



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History of Islamic Banking in Malaysia

Before the re-emergence of the Islamic financial system, the Muslims throughout the world has only conventional financial system to fulfill their financial needs. The Islamic resurgence in the late 1960's and 1970's has initiated the call for a financial system that allows Muslim to transact in a system that is in line with their religious beliefs. The Islamic banking system involves a social implication which is necessarily connected with the Islamic order itself, and represents a special characteristic that distinguished Islamic banks from other banks based on other philosophies. In exercising all its banking or developmental activities, the Islamic bank takes into prime consideration the social implications that may be brought by any decision or action taken by the bank. Profitability, despite its importance and priority, is not the sole criterion or the prime element in evaluating the performance of Islamic bank, since they have to match both the material and social objectives that would serve the interests of the community as a whole and help achieve their role in the sphere of social mutual guarantee. Social goals are understood to form an inseparable element of the Islamic financial system that cannot be dispensed with or neglected.

As the need to have an Islamic financial system was vital and immediate, Muslim scholars had taken the effort to embark on the development of Islamic financial system. This had led to the establishment of Islamic Development Bank in 1974 followed by the Islamic Bank of Dubai, the first Islamic commercial bank in 1975. In the following years, a number of Islamic banks were established, concentrated mainly in the Middle East such as the Islamic Bank of Faisal in Egypt (1977), the Islamic Bank of Faisal in Jordan (1978), Bank of Islamic Finance and Investment in Jordan (1978), Islamic Investment Company Ltd.in UAE (1979) and others.

In Malaysia, Islamic finance traces its root back to 1963, with the establishment of the Pilgrims Fund Board or Lembaga Tabung Haji (LTH). This was a savings mechanism under which devout Malaysian Muslim set aside regular funds to cover the costs of performing the annual pilgrimage. These funds were in turn invested in productive sectors of the economy, aimed at yielding return uncontaminated by riba'.

As a country which population is dominated by Muslims, Malaysia was also affected by the resurgence that had taken place in the Middle East. Many parties were calling for the establishment for an Islamic bank in Malaysia. For example, in 1980, the Bumiputera Economic Congress had proposed to the Malaysian Government to allow the setting up of an Islamic bank in the country.

Another effort was the setting up of the National Steering Committee in 1981 to undertake a study and make recommendations to the Government on all aspects of the setting up and operations of Islamic bank in Malaysia, including the legal, religious and operational aspects. The study concluded that the establishment of an Islamic bank in Malaysia would be a viable project from the operation and profits points of view. The conclusion marked the establishment of the first Islamic bank in Malaysia, Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad (BIMB) in July 1983, with an initial paid up capital of RM80 million. The establishment of BIMB also marked a new milestone for the development of the Islamic financial system in Malaysia. BIMB carries out banking business similar to other commercial banks, but along the principles of Syari'ah. The bank offers deposit-taking products such as current and savings deposit under the concept of Al-Wadiah Yad Dhamanah (guaranteed custody) and investment deposits under the concept of Al-Mudharabah (profit-sharing).

The bank grants financing facilities such as working capital financing under Al-Murabahah (cost-plus), house financing under Bai' Bithaman Ajil (deferred payment sale), leasing under Al-Ijarah (leasing) and project financing under Al-Musyarakah (profit and loss sharing). BIMB had grown tremendously since its inception. It was listed on the Main Board of the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange on 17 January 1992. BIMB's total assets rose from RM325.5 million in 1984 to RM10.12 billion in 2000. Presently, the bank's services can be obtained from its 82 branches throughout the country.

It has been the aspiration of the Government to create a vibrant and comprehensive Islamic banking and finance system operating side-by-side with the conventional system. A single Islamic bank does not fit the definition of a system. An Islamic banking and finance system requires a large number of dynamic and pro-active players, a wide range of products and innovative instruments, and a vibrant Islamic money market. The first step in realizing the vision was to disseminate Islamic banking on a nationwide basis with as many players as possible and within the shortest period possible. This was achieved through the introduction of Skim Perbankan Islam (SPI) in March 1993. SPI allows conventional banking institutions to offer Islamic banking products and services using their existing infrastructure, including staff and branches. The scheme was launched on 4 March 1993 on a pilot basis involving three banks. Following the successful implementation of the pilot-run, Bank Negara Malaysia allowed other commercial banks, finance companies and merchant banks to operate the scheme in July 1993 subject to the specific guidelines issued by the central bank. From only three banks in March 1993, the number of Islamic financial institutions have increased to 36, comprising 14 commercial banks (of which 4 are foreign banks), 10 finance companies, 5 merchant banks and 7 discount houses. On 1 October 1999, the second Islamic bank, Bank Muamalat Malaysia Berhad, was established.

Today, Malaysia has succeeded in implementing a dual banking system and has emerged as the first nation to have a full-fledged Islamic system operating side-by side with the conventional banking system. The aspiration to establish a comprehensive Islamic banking and finance system has created a spill-over effect to the non-bank Islamic financial intermediaries which started to offer Islamic financial products and services. Such institutions include the takaful companies, the savings institutions (i.e. Bank Simpanan Nasional & Bank Rakyat) and the developmental financial institutions (i.e. Bank Pembangunan dan Infrastruktur Malaysia and Bank Pertanian)

(Source: http://www.bnm.gov.my)

Official Site: http://www.muamalat.com.my/index.php
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malayloveislam
07-21-2009, 03:25 AM
Takaful Insurance Malaysia

ISLAM & INSURANCE

As the essence of insurance could be seen in the system of mutual help in relation to the custom of blood money under the Arab tribal custom, Muslim jurists generally accepted that the concept of insurance does not contradict with the Shariah. In fact, the principle of compensation and group responsibility was accepted by Islam and the Holy Prophet. Muslim jurists acknowledged that the basis of shared responsibility in the system of `aqila', as practiced between Muslims of Mecca (muhajirin) and Medina (ansar) laid the foundation of mutual insurance.

As a complete religion, the teaching of Islam encompasses the essence of peace, economic well-being and development of the Muslim at the individual, family social, state and `ummah' levels.

To illustrate the importance of this relationship in a life of a Muslim, Islam calls for the protection of certain basic rights, viz.: -

* The right to protect the Religion.
* The right to protect the life.
* The right to protect dignity/honour.
* The right to protect the property.
* The right to protect the mind.

It is also a generally accepted view that Islamic insurance was first established in the early second century of the Islamic era. This was the time when Muslim Arabs started to expand their trade to India, Malay Archipelago and other countries in Asia. Due to long journeys/voyages, they often had to incur huge losses because of mishaps and misfortunes or robberies along the way. Based on the Islamic principle of mutual help and cooperation in good and virtuous acts, they got together and mutually agreed to contribute to a fund before they started their long journey. The fund was used to compensate anyone in the group who suffered losses through any mishap. In fact the Europeans copied this, which was later known as marine insurance.

In view of the above as well as the real need for insurance cover, Muslim jurists looked further into the Islamic system of insurance. Their conclusion was that insurance in Islam should be based on the principles of mutuality and cooperation. On the basis of these principles, Islamic system of insurance embodies the elements of shared responsibility, joint indemnity, common interest, solidarity, etc. According to the jurists this concept of insurance is acceptable in Islam because,

* the policyholders would cooperate among themselves for their common good;

* every policyholder would pay his subscription in order to assist those of them who need assistance;

* it falls under the donation contract which is intended to divide losses and spread liability according to the community pooling system;

* the element of uncertainty will be eliminated insofar as subscription and compensation are concerned;

* it does not aim at deriving advantage at the cost of other individuals.

The generally accepted view of the Muslim Jurists is that the operation of the conventional insurance as an exchange transaction under a buy and sell agreement does not in its present form conform to the rule and requirements of the Shariah as it embodies the following three elements :-

al-Gharar

There is the element of al-Gharar (unknown or uncertain factors in the operation of a contract) in both the life and general insurance policies. This arises due to the uncertainty of the subject matter of the contract or `ma'qud'alaih' of which one of the basic rules of contract in Islam is that the ma'qud'alaih must be clear. In such a contract the insured or the policyholder agrees to pay a certain sum of premium and in turn the insurance company guarantees to pay a certain sum of compensation (sum insured) in the event of a catastrophe or disaster. But the insured or the policyholder is not informed, for example, of how the amount of the compensation that the company will pay him is to be derived nor is he certain of the amount.

In addition, any form of contract which is lopsided in favour of one party at the expense and unjust loss to the other is also classified as Gharar. This is prevalent in both the life and general insurance policies. In the former, for example the loss of premium suffered by the policyholder if he would have to cancel his policy before the policy acquires the forfeiture status. Similarly the "double-standard" condition of charging customary short period in general insurance if the policyholder is responsible for the termination of the policy whilst a proportional refund of premium is applicable if the insurance company terminates the cover.


al-Maisir

There is the element of al-Maisir (or gambling) which arises as a consequence of the presence of al-Gharar, in particular in the case of life insurance. When a policyholder dies before the end of the period of his insurance policy after paying only part of the premium, for example, his dependents will receive a certain sum of money which the policyholder in the first place has not been informed and has no knowledge of how and from where it is to be derived.

al-Riba

There is the practice of al-Riba (or interest) and other related practices in the investment activities of the conventional insurance companies which contravene the rules of the Shariah.

Official Site: http://www.takaful-malaysia.com/V5/index.php
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malayloveislam
07-21-2009, 03:26 AM
Pak-Qatar Takaful



pic: www.khawarbilal.com

'Pak-Qatar' to provide Takaful to Meezan customers
Meezan Bank Ltd and Pak-Qatar Family Takaful Ltd have signed an agreement whereby all customers of Meezan Banks Housing Finance (Easy Home) will be provided with Shariah-Compliant Life Takaful Coverage. Irfan Siddiqui President and CEO Meezan Bank Ltd and P. Ahmed CEO Pak-Qatar Family Takaful Ltd. signed the Takaful (Islamic insurance) Agreement at a ceremony on Tuesday.
According to the agreement, all housing finance customers of Meezan Bank will be provided comprehensive Takaful that will cover not only life but also accidental and natural disability. Moreover, the premium for the first year will be paid by the bank which is to be adjusted later.

The insurance penetration in Pakistan is only 0.3 per cent of its total GDP, which means just 10 to 15pc families are opting out this facility, while in developing countries 60 to 70pc families go for this.


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Speaking on the occasion, President and CEO Meezan Bank Ltd. Irfan Siddiqui said that Meezan Bank has always focused on coming up with Halal Riba-free products and innovative facilities for its customers and the Takaful arrangement with PQFTL is another step in the direction of making Islamic Banking the banking of first choice.

CEO Pak-Qatar Family Takaful Ltd said that they were delighted to sign the Takaful agreement with the countrys pioneering Islamic bank, which will pave the way for numerous benefits for its customers. He said that Pak-Qatar Family Takaful is always looking for ways to provide value added products to the people of Pakistan. By joining hands with Meezan Bank we would be able to reach out to many people who would otherwise not have had the benefit of a customer centric and Shariah-compliant risk mitigation tool, he added.

Ahmed said that Pak-Qatar Family Takaful has the financial strength and expertise to safeguard investments and meet the long-term investment needs of the people in Pakistan. He further said that they are rapidly expanding their distribution network in order to achieve their vision of providing financial protection to everyone through Takaful.

--tmcnet

alhudacibe.blogspot.com
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malayloveislam
07-21-2009, 03:29 AM
Tabung Haji



pic: www.brandsoftheworld.com

Tabung Haji or Lembaga Tabung Haji ( تابوڠ حاج ) is the Malaysian hajj pilgrims fund board. It was formerly known as Lembaga Urusan dan Tabung Haji (LUTH). The main headquarters is located at Jalan Tun Razak, Kuala Lumpur. Tabung Haji facilitates savings for the pilgrimage to Makkah through investment in Shariah-compliant vehicles.
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malayloveislam
07-21-2009, 03:54 AM
Gold Dinar



pic: islamicgolddinar.blogspot.com/

Gold Dinar of Kelantan



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Gold Content And Value Calculator

Denomntn Weight Lon Fix
1 Dinar 0.125254 Oz $110.13
2 Dinars 0.250508 Oz $220.26
8 Dinars 1.002032 Oz $881.04

* Fabrication costs are not included
* London Fix on Apr 07, 2009 @ 879.25

Dinar history

According to Islamic law, the Islamic dinar is a coin of 22k (91.7%) gold weighing 4.25 grams. The Islamic dirham coin is 2.975 grams of pure silver. Umar Ibn al-Khattab established the known standard relationship between them based on their weights: "7 dinars must be equivalent (in weight) to 10 dirhams."

“ The Revelation undertook to mention them and attached many judgements to them, for example zakat, marriage, and hudud, etc., therefore within the Revelation they have to have a reality and specific measure for assessment of zakat, etc. upon which its judgements may be based rather than on the non-shari'i other coins.

Know that there is consensus [ijma] since the beginning of Islam and the age of the Companions and the Followers that the dirham of the shari'ah is that of which ten weigh seven mithqals weight of the dinar of gold... The weight of a mithqal of gold is seventy-two grains of barley, so that the dirham which is seven-tenths of it is fifty and two-fifths grains. All these measurements are firmly established by consensus. ”

—Ibn Khaldun, Al-Muqaddimah

Modern history

As a consequence of the currency crisis in Asia, in the first part of 1997, then Prime Minister of Malaysia Mahathir bin Mohamad proposed introduction of Islamic gold dinar as currency for international trade in the Muslim world. It was intended to replace the United States dollar and, as a gold-based currency, provide a medium of exchange more stable than the dollar. Mahathir announced that Malaysia was to start using the dinar in mid-2003, but when in 2003 Abdullah Ahmad Badawi replaced him as Prime Minister of Malaysia, this idea was halted.

Gold dinar in Malaysia

On the 20 September 2006, Kelantan became the first state to launch gold dinar coins. It features the Kelantanese state crest, the date of production, as well as the weight and purity of the gold used on its face. The Dinar Emas Kelantan (DEK) is similar to the original dinar in weight and purity of gold used. The coins can be bought and sold at the Kelantan Corporation Berhad (Perbadanan Kelantan Berhad) and all eight Ar-Rahn Islamic pawnshops in the state.

Common uses of the gold dinar include:

1. Saving them, because they are wealth in themselves.
2. Paying zakat and dowry as established within Islamic Law.
3. Buying merchandise from outlets.
4. Holding accounts, and making and receiving payments as with any other medium of exchange.

source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islamic_gold_dinar

Are we ready to get back our economy power??? We had felt being oppressed and till now still being oppressed. Why not we consider going back to our scripture teaching, if not wholly, why not step by step? We can't procrastinate anymore.
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north_malaysian
07-21-2009, 04:04 AM
I noticed that many Malaysian Muslim-Owned business products are being sold worldwide... but why there are not so many non-Malaysian Muslim-owned business products are being sold here?
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malayloveislam
07-21-2009, 06:00 AM
Originally Posted by north_malaysian
I noticed that many Malaysian Muslim-Owned business products are being sold worldwide... but why there are not so many non-Malaysian Muslim-owned business products are being sold here?
Oh yeah, I wonder about this too. I hope to see more of their products here and everywhere in our country. Now we still are waiting for various products imported from Muslim-owned company abroad. That must be colorful if we can see them arranged in the hypermarket and groceries shops in our country :D.
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north_malaysian
07-21-2009, 09:13 AM
Originally Posted by malayloveislam
Oh yeah, I wonder about this too. I hope to see more of their products here and everywhere in our country. Now we still are waiting for various products imported from Muslim-owned company abroad. That must be colorful if we can see them arranged in the hypermarket and groceries shops in our country :D.
I wish that we could have a 100% Halal Hypermarket... with lots of Muslim products... from all over the world...
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malayloveislam
07-22-2009, 06:15 AM
Muslim Consumer Group

http://www.muslimconsumergroup.com/
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malayloveislam
07-22-2009, 06:18 AM
Kohalal Muslim Products & Directories

http://www.kohalal.com/
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malayloveislam
07-22-2009, 06:22 AM
Muslim Choice

EMSEA Marketing Sdn. Bhd. is a native Muslim company which was established in 2008. It is an industry which producing Halal products with the brand MUSLIM CHOICE.

The mission of EMSEA Marketing Sdn. Bhd. is to market the products to fulfill the necessity of Halal products industry which is now a fast developing industry world wide.

Official site: http://www.halal-muslimproducts.com/
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malayloveislam
07-22-2009, 06:56 AM
Yeah, I listen to IKIM.FM. It is a radio station promoting Islamic Understanding and known as Radio Institut Kefahaman Islam (Islamic Understanding Institute Radio).

Don't worry about the language, beside using Malay as the medium for almost all the time, they have Arabic section for News and an Egyptian DJ whose name is Mona Jasman and this DJ seems working hard promoting Arabic in our community X D

They also have English section. You can promote your products market here in this country. We would be glad to hear about your products.

Listen to online radio:

http://pusratu.com/radio_ikim.html
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north_malaysian
07-22-2009, 07:07 AM
Originally Posted by malayloveislam

Don't worry about the language, beside using Malay as the medium for almost all the time, they have Arabic section for News and an Egyptian DJ whose name is Mona Jasman and this DJ seems working hard promoting Arabic in our community X D
Mona Jasman is an Egyptian? Dont think so... she speaks Malaysian too (but sounded Arabic'ish) i thought she's one of those Muwallad (Saudi-born Malays)
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syilla
07-22-2009, 07:30 AM
:salamext:

When guys introduce a product... it must be a boring ones... :D (just kidding)

let me add

Muslimah t-shirt made by muslim

check out the site http://hilyah.com/products.html

e.g of the shirts

http://tshirtlabuh.files.wordpress.c...ink-kimono.jpg
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syilla
07-22-2009, 08:02 AM
Halal lip balm



Perfume Free, Alcohol Free
Lip balm with Shea Butter & Vitamin E


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malayloveislam
07-22-2009, 08:34 AM
Hahahaha, nice having Muslimah participation. Seriously I don't know what is the necessity of people around. I just think of food 24/7. No doubt, ladies are good in shopping :D

Mona is mixed Egyptian, her father is a Malay, but her mother is an Egyptian. Well, she speak like Egyptians especially her "Jim" pronunciation during speaking standard Arabic is like "Dzjhim", so I just concluded her as Egyptian. She speaks Arabic so fast during the "Hayya Bil Arabiyya" session, luckily the Ustaz speaks slowly and he is the one who taught :statisfie.

Oh my mother is now busy selling Muslimah t-shirts too :D. Quite lots of people love them.
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meorbu
03-01-2010, 12:12 PM
Free computer operating system for Muslim

Linux Sabily, is design specially for Muslim and its free at all. It is the most completed free operating system for Muslim.

For technical support, you can find at http://linuxsabily.blogspot.com
It will touch our heart and open our mind, if we know to appreciated.
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meorbu
03-02-2010, 06:35 AM
Originally Posted by meorbu
Free computer operating system for Muslim

Linux Sabily, is design specially for Muslim and its free at all. It is the most completed free operating system for Muslim.

For technical support, you can find at http://linuxsabily.blogspot.com
It will touch our heart and open our mind, if we know to appreciated.
Some Sabily screenshot,



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04-24-2018, 01:31 PM
Salam Aleykum,

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