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Saturday, July 31, 2010

Asyraf juara Imam Muda

KUALA LUMPUR 30 Julai – Setelah tiga bulan bersiaran, program pencarian imam di kalangan generasi muda iaitu Imam Muda akhirnya menobatkan Muhammad Asyraf Mohd. Ridzuan sebagai juara.

Kemuncak program pertama di dunia yang mengangkat peranan imam ke kaca televisyen itu berlangsung di Dewan Muktamar, Kompleks Pusat Islam malam ini.

Program itu turut mendapat perhatian dan permintaan daripada beberapa stesen penyiaran gergasi luar negara termasuk salah sebuah rangkaian televisyen di Switzerland dan Turki.

Beliau mengenepikan pencabar terdekatnya Hizbur Rahman Omar Zuhdi.

Selain trofi, sijil penyertaan dan kad tauliah yang diiktiraf Jabatan Agama Islam Wilayah Persekutuan (JAWI) hadiah turut merangkumi tawaran kontrak Imam Ratib di salah sebuah masjid di ibu kota, biasiswa pakej ‘berlian’ pengajian ke Universiti Antarabangsa Al-Madinah, Arab Saudi, pakej menunaikan haji dan umrah, kereta Proton Exora serta wang tunai RM20,000.

Hadiah lain termasuklah pakej percutian ke Bandung selama 4 hari 3 malam, pakej perabot jati bernilai RM10,000, pakej spa Maghribi, komputer riba Apple Macbook Pro dan sebuah iPhone 3G.

Hizbur Rahman pula membawa pulang hadiah pakej ‘emas’ pengajian ke Universiti Antarabangsa Al-Madinah, Saudi Arabia, pakej umrah, wang tunai RM15,000, pakej percutian ke Bandung 4 hari 3 malam dan pakej perabot jati bernilai RM7,000.

Hadiah lain termasuklah sebuah komputer riba Apple Macbook Pro, iPhone, pakej spa Maghribi di samping trofi, sijil penyertaan dan kad tauliah daripada Jawi.

Hadiah disampaikan oleh Menteri di Jabatan Perdana Menteri, Datuk Jamil Khir Baharom.

Peserta Imam Muda dipandu oleh pengetua, Datuk Hassan Mahmood serta dua tenaga pengajar iaitu Ustaz Shahrizan Daud dan Syed Mohd. Norhisyam Tuan Padang.

Monday, July 19, 2010

19 weeks pregnant

You're halfway there! The top of your uterus now reaches your belly button and will grow about a centimeter per week. The fetus measures around 6 inches/ 15 centimeters long from crown to rump and weighs about 9 ounces/ 240 grams.

She has started to swallow amniotic fluid, and her kidneys continue to make urine. Hair on the scalp is sprouting.

Sensory development reaches its peak this week. The nerve cells serving each of the senses - taste, smell, hearing, seeing and touch - are now developing in their specialised areas of the brain. Nerve cell production slows down as existing nerve cells grow larger and make more complex connections. If you're carrying a baby girl, she already has roughly six million eggs in her ovaries. By the time she's born, she'll have about one million.

You may have felt the kicking and somersaulting of your growing baby. At times, you might find that she is so mobile that you can't sleep. The next 10 weeks or so will be your baby's busiest and most active time, until the womb gets too crowded. Two will soon be three and that will mean lots of changes, so have a look at our sex and relationships section.

Saturday, July 17, 2010

Aqil at Juara Rakyat's Program, Tuaran

Monday, July 12, 2010

Fetal development - 18 weeks pregnant

Your baby is approximately 6 inches/ 14.2 centimeters long from crown to rump and she weighs about 7 ounces/ 190 grams. Her chest moves up and down to mimic breathing but she's not taking in air, only amniotic fluid.

Ultrasound scans in the second trimester assess fetal growth and development, screen for certain birth defects, check the placenta and umbilical cord and determine whether the gestational age is accurate. During these scans, you might see your baby kick, flex, reach, roll or even suck her thumb. Bring your husband along, and whether or not he's able to accompany you, make sure you ask for printouts of the baby in various poses.

If you're having a girl, the vagina, uterus and fallopian tubes are in place. If it's a boy, the genitals are distinct and recognisable. If you are carrying more than one baby, check out our section on twins or more.

Monday, July 5, 2010

Fetal development - 17 weeks pregnant

Your baby is now nearly 5.5 inches/ 13 centimeters long from crown to rump and weighs approximately 5 ounces/ 140 grams. Her skeleton is mostly rubbery cartilage, which will harden later. A protective substance called myelin slowly begins to wrap around the spinal cord.

With the help of a special stethoscope, you can now hear your baby's heartbeat. There's almost nothing more comforting or exciting than hearing your baby's heartbeat galloping along. On days when you're worried about how your pregnancy is progressing, hearing the heartbeat lets you know that your baby's developing and growing. For times when boredom strikes and you feel as if you'll be pregnant forever, it can be a pleasant reminder of what will come at the end of 40 weeks of waiting.

Your growing uterus has shifted your center of gravity and you've probably been feeling a bit off-balance. Be careful and wear low-heeled shoes. Finding it hard to settle when you go to bed? Check our tips for sleep in the second trimester.

If you haven't had an amniocentesis yet and plan to, this week is a good time. One perk: You'll get a long look at your baby through the ultrasound scan used during this procedure.

• Note: Experts say every baby develops differently - even in utero. These fetal development pages are designed to give a general idea of how a fetus grows in the womb.