Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Kisah Bubur Assura Nabi Nuh A.S.: Ikhtiar, Baik Sangka & Mengurus Risiko

Kisah bubur assura Nabi Nuh A.S. antaranya berkaitan dengan "Ikhtiar," penerapan elemen "Baik Sangka" dan juga cara bagaimana Baginda "Mengurus Risiko" dalam suatu situasi getir...


NOTA:
Slides di atas diulang-terbit, dengan pengubahsuaian, oleh Dr. Abdul Aziz Hussin AMN berdasarkan slides ceramah beliau bagi salah satu kursus yang dikendalikannya berjodol,  “BAIK SANGKA” SEBAGAI ASAS KEEFISYENAN TUGAS. Dr. Abdul Aziz Hussin AMN adalah Penasihat Undang-undang dan Ahli Jawatankuasa Yayasan Kebajikan Mahfatim, Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu. Slides yang sama juga diposkan oleh beliau di http://mujahadah2012.blogspot.my/2015/09/kisah-bubur-assura-nabi-nuh-as-ikhtiar.html

Monday, September 28, 2015

Suasana Raya 2015

Tahun ni, raya Qurban jatuh pada khamis 24 September 2015. Tak banyak aktiviti ziarah tahun ni, sebab kalut nak pergi ke Jengka 24, melawat cucu...





Sunday, September 27, 2015

“Irresponsible”



As stated in Dictionary.com, “irresponsible,” as an adjective, means
1.said, done, or characterized by a lack of a sense of responsibility:
His refusal to work shows him to be completely irresponsible.
2.not capable of or qualified for responsibility, as due to age, circumstances, or a mental deficiency.
3.not responsible, answerable, or accountable to higher authority: irresponsible as a monarch.
British Dictionary definitions for irresponsible is,
1.not showing or done with due care for the consequences of one's actions or attitudes; reckless
2.not capable of bearing responsibility
3.(archaic) not answerable to a higher authority for one's actions.

Irresponsible?

Lutfi Ziqri: Cucuku...

Pada jumaat, 25 September 2015, buat pertama kali saya dan ahli keluarga dapat menziarahi ahli baru dalam keluarga kami, iaitu Lutfi Ziqri yang lahir pada 16 September 2015. Lutfi masih berada di Jengka 24, Pahang:






Semoga Allah SWT melindungi Lutfi daripada mudarat, musibat dan bencana. Moga Allah SWT memberikan rezeki yang terbaik dan melimpah ruah serta kesihatan dan kebahagiaan dalam hidup Lutfi. Tidak lupa, Lutfi menjadi anak yang soleh.

Issues Related to Fallen Trees in Malaysia



Construction development in Malaysia nowadays include the development of greenery areas and trees. Putrajaya, one of the biggest planned city in Malaysia was planned as a garden city. Various trees were planted or let untouched in its development. According to Roberts, Sally A. it is almost beyond comprehension that something which appears as simple, lovely and majestic as the everyday common tree could involve so many complex legal issues. Tree law encompasses a number of general categories: 1. Boundary & Border Line Trees 2. Trespassing Cases 3. Cases Involving Roots 4. Real Estate Cases 5. View Cases 6. Municipality and Public Highway Cases 7. Utility Company Cases 8. Easements and Rights of Way 9. Negligence Cases 10. Safety-Related Cases
Tree law cases can be fascinating, and many involve several subject areas. For example, some cases concerning roots also involve the same issues as those of border, boundary line and trespassing cases. Trespass cases can arise when a party takes the law into their own hands by performing trimming or actual removal operations. According to O'Brien, Michael and Hanemann, Stephen a fallen tree owner can be held liable under tort law if it can be proven that he neglect proper maintenance of the tree. according to the state of Louisiana Civil Code article 2317.1: The owner or custodian of the thing is answerable for damage occasioned by its ruin, vice, or defect, only upon a showing that he knew or, in the exercise of reasonable care, should have known of the ruin, vice or defect which caused the damage, that the damage could have been prevented by the exercise of reasonable care, and that he failed to exercise such reasonable care. Thus, to establish liability for damage caused by a defective thing (i.e —a fallen tree), the property owner must demonstrate that the tree owner should have known, in the exercise of reasonable care, of the defective tree that caused the damage, that the damage could have been prevented by the exercise of reasonable care, and that the tree owner failed to exercise such reasonable care. Caples v. USSA Ins. Co., 806 So.2d 148, 150.
Apart from fallen trees, damages may also be inflicted by the root of the trees. Tree roots are often blamed when buildings sustain damage. The legal basis of tree root claims is usually nuisance. This is not nuisance in the usual sense, but a specific branch of the law of tort, another branch of which is negligence. A tree root claim founded on negligence would face the difficulty that damage to buildings is generally held to be economic loss which is not usually recoverable in a negligence action. In contrast, the tort of nuisance specifically relates to the interference with occupation and enjoyment of land; indeed the claimant has to have an interest in the affected land in order to bring an action. Many property-related claims are brought in nuisance, for example the claim in Hunter v Canary Wharf concerning interference with TV reception. As well as proving their interest in the land, a tree root claimant has to show encroachment by the defendant's tree roots, and prove damage caused to their property by the roots.
The rights and responsibilities over trees not only imposed onto individuals. Lindsey, Sue illustrated this by referring to the American case of Guinan v. Ottawa (City), where the decision of Justice J. MacKinnon of the Ontario Superior Court, dated February 26, 2010, confirms that the common law nuisance principles that apply to private landowners, also apply to municipalities. It is therefore possible for a municipality to be found liable for private nuisance. According to Roberts, Sally A. there are various reports and issues related to trees. To certain extend, issues related to trees may resulted to injuries to body and property. The PetalingJaya City Council (MBPJ), for instance, has awarded RM148,245 to claimants from 2009 to 2011, for various cases in Petaling Jaya, involving damage to vehicles going into potholes, trees falling on private property in a storm and children hurt at playgrounds. Citing the above report by MBPJ, a mere RM148,245 was awarded to claimants for a period of 3 years, for various incidents, which include fallen trees. Is there any reason why compensation awarded for damages caused by fallen trees are low in numbers. Is it possible that the Malaysian public are not aware of their rights to claim compensation for fallen trees? Or the low compensation awarded for damages caused by fallen trees is the result of limitation and restriction of the existing laws available. Referring to the above, a research on the understanding of the Malaysian public on issues related to trees and responsibilities for damages caused by fallen trees is to be conducted to address the issue.Accordingly, this research is meant to look at legal issues related to trees in Malaysia, rights and responsibilities attached to it as well as improvement that can be made. The extent of compensation and insurance coverage, if any, need to be understood in order to ascertain whether such protection available is sufficient to cover for any damages. As such, it is important to identify and examine the Malaysian legal position on trees, together with relevant rights and responsibilities that ensues. Further, the understanding of the public on the rights and responsibilities over damages caused by fallen trees will be explored.

NOTE:
The above statements are abstract of an article by Zul Zakiyuddin Ahmad Rashid, Faizal Baharum, Radzi Ismail, Abdul Aziz Hussin, Hanizun Hanafi, An Overview on Issues Related to Fallen Trees in Malaysia, Journal of Advances in Environmental Biology, 9(4) March 2015, pp. 99-101.

Saturday, September 19, 2015

Jamuan Meraikan Kepulangan Semula dan Kedatangan Pelajar Baru Program Pengurusan Binaan

Pada pagi 14 September 2015 telah diadakan Jamuan Meraikan Kepulangan Semula dan Kedatangan Pelajar Baru Program Pengurusan Binaan di Studio CM 200/300, Pusat Pengajian Perumahan, Bangunan dan Perancangan, USM Kampus Induk. Berikut rakaman kemesraan di antara dan sesama pelajar dan pensyarah berkaitan:








Friday, September 18, 2015

KEMALANGAN JALAN RAYA Di Jalan Bukit Lama,Teluk Kumbar Pulau Pinang


Sekitar jam 1 petang 17 September 2015, telah berlaku satu kemalangan jalanraya di suatu selekoh bergarisan kembar di Jalan Bukit Lama, Teluk Kumbar, Pulau Pinang. Ia melibatkan 5 orang tercedera dan seorang mati di tempat kejaduan. Ia melibatkan 8 buah kenderaan iaitu 4 buah kereta,sebuah van, sebuah lori dan dua buah motosikal.
Berikut gambar-gambar kemalangan berkenaan (kredit kepaa juru gambar asal):












Wednesday, September 16, 2015

LUTFI ZIQRI: Cucu baru Ku...

Pada sekitar jam 7.31 pagi, 16 September 2015 (2 Zulhijjah 1436) bertempat di Wad Bersalin, Hospital Temerloh, Pahang:
Lahir seorang bayi lelaki, yang dinamakan "LUTFI ZIQRI", seberat 2.73 kg. Alhamdulillah. Dia cucu kedua saya.... Semoga kelahirannya di dunia akan dihiasi dengan keceriaan, sihat wal'afiat, menjadi seorang insan mukmin sejati dan berguna kepada masyarakat, negara dan tentunya kepada Islam. Semoga dimurahkan rezeki dan dilindungan Allah SWT daripada segala musibah dan bala bencana. Aamiiin...





LUTFI ZIQRI bin Luqman Nulhaqem bin Abdul Aziz bin Hussin bin Awang bin Saamah..he he he...



Sunday, September 13, 2015

Tragedi Jumaat 11 September 2015 Di Masjidil Haram, Makkah

Pada awal pagi (waktu tempatan), jumaat 11 September 2015 (bersamaan 21 Zikaedah 1436) telah berlaku kejadian ribut luar biasa di sekitar Makkah. Kemudiannya diikuti dengan hujan lebat luar biasa.... Berikut koleksi gambar dan video berkaitan yang dikirim oleh beberapa sahabat (penghargaan kepada sumber asal):


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Heaviest rain in decades lashes Makkah
Badea Abu Al-Naja

Saudi Gazette
MAKKAH — The holy city of Makkah witnessed one of the heaviest rain and flash floods in decades on Friday. The thunderous rain that was accompanied by strong winds and lightning, lashed the entire holy city and its suburbs.
The rain brought down the temperatures significantly, while several vehicles were washed away and trees uprooted on major roads and several districts, causing closure of some roads and obstructing vehicular movement to a great extent.
The teams of Civil Defense, security patrol, traffic police, road security forces, as well as municipal workers have been deployed to remove the obstacles and restore traffic movement in water-clogged streets.
The Makkah Mayoralty has mobilized all its human resources and equipment to remove the debris and hazards caused by the rainfall. The workers, equipped with over 800 equipment of various sizes, swung immediately into action to clear the debris. Cleaning and maintenance workers have also swung into action to restore normalcy in the city.
http://www.saudigazette.com.sa/index.cfm?method=home.regcon&contentid=20150912256375

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Salah satu daripada kren yang digunakan dalam pembinaan/pembesaran Masjidil Haram dan kawasan sekitar, dan merupakan kren paling besar, telah mula bergoyang kuat, danseterunya patah, dan terjatuk menimpa satu kawasan dalam lingkungan Masjidil Haram...

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Bahagian kren yang patah tersebut turut menimpa para jemaah haji (dan pekerja Masjid) yang berada di kawasan tersebut: 

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Sebilangan jemaah haji pelbagai negara dan para pekerja telah tercedera/cedera parah, dan ratusan yang maut:

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