FUTURE GLOBAL NETWORK FOUNDATION (FGN)

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FUTURE GLOBAL NETWORK FOUNDATION
No 72-1, Tingkat 1
Jalan Prima SG 3
PRIMA SRI GOMBAK
68100 Batu Caves, SELANGOR


Tel:    03-6187 7020
Faks:    03-6186 6020


Email: globalfgn@gmail.com

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INFAQ RAMADHAN 1432H PDF Print E-mail

Liputan Akhbar 4 Oktober 2011

http://www.utusan.com.my/utusan/info.asp?y=2011&dt=1004&pub=Utusan_Malaysia&sec=Bicara_Agama&pg=ba_04.htm

"Sesungguhnya orang-orang yang bersedekah baik laki-laki maupun perempuan dan meminjamkan kepada Allah pinjaman yang baik, niscaya akan dilipat gandakan (pembayarannya) kepada mereka; dan bagi mereka pahala yang banyak"

Al-Hadid ayat 18

Masyarakat Islam Kemboja sememang tidak asing bagi rakyat Malaysia. Saban tahun pelbagai program dirancang dan dilaksanakan di negara itu terutama yang membabitkan hal berkaitan agama dan misi kemanusiaan. Kini masyarakat Islam Kemboja kembali berkembang. Jumlah mereka meningkat kepada 600,000 daripada keseluruhan 15 juta penduduk Kemboja. Majoriti daripada masyarakat Islam di negara itu adalah etnik Melayu Champa. Selain menggunakan bahasa Khmer yang merupakan bahasa kebangsaan, pertuturan harian mereka turut menggunakan bahasa Melayu Champa.  Disebabkan mereka adalah golongan minoriti, ditambah pula dengan persekitaran politik di Kemboja yang kurang stabil, kehidupan masyarakat Islam di negara itu agak sukar.

Sehubungan itu, pada 10-12 Ramadhan 1432H / 10-12 Ogos 2011 yang lalu, delegasi 8 orang yang diketuai oleh Haji Ahmad Azam Abdul Rahman dari Global Peace Mission Malaysia (GPM), Wadah Pencerdasan Umat Malaysia (WADAH) dan Future Global Network Foundation (FGN) telah berlepas ke Kemboja dengan membawa Infaq Ramadhan iaitu dana untuk mencetak Muqaddam dan Al-Quran terjemahan dalam bahasa Khmer dan Cham serta bayaran fidyah, aqiqah dan duit raya yang telah disumbangkan oleh rakyat Malaysia yang prihatin. Pengedaran Muqaddam dan lain-lain program telah berjaya dilaksanakan  dengan kerjasama sebuah NGO tempatan iaitu Cambodian Muslim Intellectual Alliance (CMIA).

Sekitar Majlis Penyerahan Muqaddam kepada kanak-kanak Kemboja

Jelas terpancar keceriaan di setiap wajah mereka apabila menerima senaskhah Muqaddam. Telah lama mereka bercita-cita memiliki muqaddam sendiri. Selama ini mereka bergantung kepada ihsan ustaz yang mengajar melalui kaedah hafalan kerana tiada teks. Alhamdulillah, menerusi kempen Infaq Ramadhan – Muqaddam untuk Kemboja anjuran Global Peace Mission Malaysia, 10,000.00 naskhah muqaddam telah dapat dicetak untuk diedarkan di kampung-kampung di seluruh Kemboja sempena bulan Ramadhan yang mulia ini.



 
UNITED STATES HAS A CHOICE IN TUNISIA PDF Print E-mail

By Nicola Nasser

21 January, 2011
Countercurrents.org

The ongoing Tunisian Intifada (uprising) cannot yet quite be termed a revolution; Tunisians are still revolting, aspiring for bread and freedom. This Intifada will go in history as a revolution if it gets either bread or freedom and as a great revolution if it gets both. Internally, “the one constant in revolutions is the primordial role played by the army,” Jean Tulard, a French historian of revolutions, told Le Monde in an interview, and the Tunisian military seems so far forthcoming. Externally, the United States stands to be a critical contributor to either outcome in Tunisia, both because of its historical close relations with the Tunisian military and because of its regional hegemony and international standing as a world power, but the U.S. seems so far shortcoming.

While the Tunisian military has made a decision to side with its people, the United States has yet to decide what and whom to support among the revolting masses led by influential components like communists, Pan-Arabists, Islamists, left wingers, nationalists and trade unionists. The natural social allies of U.S. capitalist globalization, privatization and free market have been sidelined politically as partners and pillars of the deposed pro – U.S. Zein al-Abideen Ben Ali’s regime. The remaining pro – U.S. liberalism among Tunisians are overwhelmed by the vast majority of the unemployed, marginalized or underpaid who yearn for jobs, bread, balanced distribution of the national wealth and development projects more than they are interested in upper class western - oriented liberalism. Taken by surprise by the evolving political drama in Tunisia, the U.S. cannot by default contribute to a revolution for bread at a time its economic system is unable to provide for Americans themselves. However, it can play a detrimental role in contributing to a real Tunisian revolution for freedom by making an historic U-turn in its foreign policy.

 
GENERALIZING TUNISIA: CONTEXT OVERRIDES STORY PDF Print E-mail

By Ramzy Baroud

21 January, 2011

Countercurrents.org

When faced with problems, most authoritarian regimes maintain a policy of rigidity when the appropriate response would be flexibility, political wisdom and concessions. This policy gives authoritarian leaders their ability to control their populations to serve the interests of a few individuals and political and military elites. It can also, however, usher their downfall, for populations can only be oppressed, controlled and punished to a point.

President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali of Tunisia, who controlled his population with an iron fist since his arrival to the presidential palace in 1987, must have crossed that point. He was forced to flee the country amid the angry chants of thousands of Tunisians, fed up with growing unemployment, soaring inflation, government corruption, violent crackdowns and lack of political freedom. These mounting frustrations led to relentless protests throughout the country. The government’s subsequent crackdowns only stirred emotions beyond any crowd control strategy, and eventually Ben Ali’s plane left to seek refuge outside his own country.

 
OFFICIAL OPENING OF THE ROHINGYA EDUCATION CENTRE (REC) PDF Print E-mail

The REC was officially opened by Ms. Anna Maria Pelosi who represented the office of UNHCR Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur. The program included speeches function which includes speeches by Ms. Pelosi (representing UNHCR), Mr. Ahmad Azam Abdul Rahman (representing FGN) and Ab. Halim Ismail (representing WADAH). This was followed by a choir session and speeches by the REC students in both English and Malay.  Apart from the parents and local community leaders in the Seberang Perai District, a number of Rohingya community leaders including Ustaz Mohd. Karim Fazal Karim from the Majlis Ulama Rohingya (Council of the Ulamas of the Rohingya in Malaysia), Mr. Abdul Hamid, President of the Rohingya Society of Malaysia (RSM) were also present.

The establishment of  REC was a result of an MOU that was signed between Persatuan Wadah Pencerdasan Umat (WADAH) and UNHCR on 26 July 2010.  The MOU seeks to establish collaboration between the two parties in the work of establishing an educational institution for the benefit of the refugee children of the Rohingya community in Seberang Perai Tengah District, Penang.

Besides collaborating with UNHCR, WADAH has also commissioned the Future Global Network Foundation (FGN) to assist in the planning and implementation aspects to ensure the success of the school project.
The project has brought benefit to about 100 children who have no other means of education or avenues for advancement.

The education centre that started since 1 July 2010 is located in Taman Arowana, Permatang Pauh, Penang. Responsibility for teaching and day-to-day management of the centre devolves upon the Penang branch of WADAH.  Ahmad Zaki Abdul Rahman (a retiree and qualified Chartered Accountant) has been appointed Headmaster of REC. At the moment there are six teachers (3 of them retirees) in charge of teaching Bahasa Melayu, English, Mathematics, Science as well as Moral Studies and Civics. Students are also required to be involved in co-curricular activities as well as upkeeping the school premises in order to ensure cleanliness and a healthy environments.  These activities also inculcate a sense of belonging as well as civic consciousness among the students.

 
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Kompleks Perkampungan An-Nur ini akan merupakan sebuah perkampungan Islam yang mendukung konsep hablumminallah wahablumminannas.  Selain daripada membangunkan tempat kediaman, perkampungan ini akan juga menyediakan prasarana yang lengkap dan menzahirkan persekitaran yang kondusif untuk membolehkan orang Islam yang bermastautin di situ mendalami ilmu agama disamping menunaikan tuntutan fardu ain dan fardu kifayah bagi menjadi orang mukmin yang beriman dan bertakwa terhadap kebesaran Allah Subhanahuwataala.

Agensi Kerajaan, Sektor Korporat dan orang ramai boleh menyampaikan sumbangan dalam bentuk cek atas nama FUTURE GLOBAL NETWORK FOUNDATION.   Resit pengecualian cukai pendapatan akan dikeluarkan (atas permintaan)

No. akaun : 12-113-01-003041-2

Nama bank : Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad

Cawangan : Taman Melawati, Kuala Lumpur

Sebarang pertanyaan sila hubungi Sdra. Ahmad Azam Abdul Rahman (03 - 6187 7020)

Sumbangan Derma

Agensi Kerajaan, sektor korporat dan orang ramai boleh menyampaikan sumbangan melalui 2 kaedah berikut:-

1. Cek Berpalang atau Money Order atas nama “Future Global Network Foundation” dan poskan ke alamat berikut:-

FUTURE GLOBAL NETWORK FOUNDATION

72-1, Tingkat 1
Jalan Prima SG 3
PRIMA SRI GOMBAK
68100 Batu Caves
Selangor

Tel : 03-6187 7020 Fax :03-6186 6020

2. Mendepositkan terus ke dalam akaun bank “Future Global Network Foundation”.  Butir-butir akaun dan maklumat bank adalah seperti berikut:-

No. Akaun: 12-113-01-003041-2

Nama bank: Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad

Alamat bank:

Lot 254/255, Jalan Bandar 12
Taman Melawati
53100 Kuala Lumpur

No. Telefon:    03-41077800 / 41076842