Majlis Sambutan Hari Raya Fukuoka

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Malaysian students (from west Japan kousens) will be organising the Majlis Sambutan Hari Raya in Fukuoka, Kyushu.

It will be attended by kousen students mostly from Kyushu Island and West Honshu.

However our friends from other places are also invited to come and join us.

The more, the merrier.

For more details, you can refer to the event`s page on Facebook,

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~People~ 3

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Men in yukata

Men in yukata

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Girls in yukata

Girls in yukata

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Girls in jinbei

Girls in jinbei

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~Places~ 2

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Kokura city

Kokura city

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Kokura 1

Kokura girls

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Tidak!!!

Baru lepas tengok balik post2 aku yg dulu.Bila baca balik, segan pulak rasa.BI memang berterabur!Elok lagi esei yang budak form1 tulis kot!

Sesapa yang baca post2 aku tu, abaikanlah grammar mistake yang ada korang jumpa.Make donno je k.

Patutkah aku menyesal pilih belajar kat sini??

Grand Iftar @ Fukuoka Masjid

2 weeks ago, we went for the Grand Iftar organised by Al Nour Islamic Culture Center at Fukuoka Masjid, Hakozaki-shi, Fukuoka.It took us about 1hour by train to get there from our college.

Fukuoka Masjid was opened newly April this year, so it was only our third time going there.The mosque was built with the initiative of Muslims in Fukuoka.They started collecting money since 1998 and the mosque construction finally began about June last year.The opening of the mosque gives us Muslims here the convenience to perform besides the daily prayers, the Friday prayer and also Aidilfitri and Aidiladha prayer.There are also Islamic classes and talks organized not only for the Muslim community but also the Japanese community in Fukuoka.We took the opportunity of the summer holiday to perform our Friday prayer here every week.

Fukuoka Masjid, Hakozaki-shi

Fukuoka Masjid, Hakozaki-shi

Plague at the entrance

Plague at the entrance

The first Grand Iftar was held on 2nd Ramadhan, 23 August 2009.It is held every Sunday during the Ramadhan month and we took turns on organizing it.The Malaysians was in charge of the 1st week, so we came to help the other Malaysians preparing the food for the iftar.

Packing the `kuih-muih`

Muslims from all sort of countries gathered to break fast together

Muslims from all sort of countries gathered to break fast together

After breaking fast, we then perform Maghrib and Isyak prayer, and after that the Terawih, which was my first time performing it Jemaah with others in Japan.

Ceramah during Maghrib and Isyak interval

Terawih

Terawih

The chance to gather and meet the other Muslims here did made me remember about the happening Ramadhan`s celebration in Malaysia.Looking forward to come again for the next Grand Iftar after we finished our exam, which will start next week.InsyaAllah.

If you would like to know more about Fukuoka Masjid, you can go to its website here.

~People~ 2

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Policeman

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Papa, Mama & Daughter

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