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A collection of the Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) sayings

This book is meant to share the collection of the Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) sayings found while I am studying with the International Open University. Born as a Christian, partly living in a communist regime country before the 90`s, the limit of knowledge and exposure to international knowledge by the regime hid most of the information on other religions references and the Prophet (Peace be upon him) himself. However, now that knowledge is available everywhere, online and books, I am honored that during my studies I have enriched my Islamic knowledge and I found so many sayings of the Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him). Once you know little about Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him), you want to explore more and more, and try to strive to follow the Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) in our life as our role models.   It is the same feeling I felt, when I visited the Prophet Muhammad’s (Peace be upon him) city of Madinah, where you fell in love with it. Sam

1 August 2020, wearing mask in public space is compulsory in Malaysia.


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Today, 1 August 2020 Malaysia announced that wearing mask in public space is compulsory in Malaysia.

The face mask awareness is to be imposed to prevent the increase of COVID-19 cases in Malaysia.

In Malaysia, the numbers of cases increase due to imported cases and not adhering to the rules regarding home quarantine. 

At the moment, Malaysia announced that all quarantine cases will be done at government appointed facilities, instead of  home quarantine. 

Others countries that already implemented the mask wearing in public area are Hong Kong, Vietnam, Singapore and Victoria in Australia.

At the moment 207 active Covid-19 cases, from the nearly 9k Covid-19 cases.

Those who do not comply wearing face  mask in public will be fined RM 1000.

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