dan Pembelajaran Sepanjang Hayat, Universiti Islam Sultan Sharif Ali (UNISSA)
sedang menjalankan kajiselidik yang bertujuan untuk mengenalpasti keperluan dan permintaan
orang ramai terhadap kursus Sijil Falak Syari’e.
demikian, dipohonkan kerjasama orang ramai untuk menjawab kajiselidik tersebut
dengan menekan link di bawah:
maklumat/butiran yang diberikan adalah SULIT
dan akan dirahsiakan serta digunakan untuk tujuan kajian sahaja.
Sebarang pertanyaan dan maklumbalas, bolehlah menghubungi: Pusat Kepimpinan dan Pembelajaran Sepanjang Hayat Universiti Islam Sultan Sharif Ali No telefon (Office): 246 2000 sambungan 202/204 No telefon bimbit: +673 8254 374 Email: C4L@unissa.edu.bn
Borneo Bulletin – TWO working papers on the use of modern technology for the sighting of crescent moon (Hilal) were presented during the Falak Syar’ie parallel session at The Rizqun International Hotel, Gadong yesterday.
The parallel session was part of the 14th Southeast Asia Survey Congress (SEASC) 2017 organised by the Ministry of Development’s Survey Department, in collaboration with the Brunei Institution of Geomatics (BIG), under the auspices of the Asean Federation of Land and Geomatics Survey (AFLAG). Continue reading “New techniques for moon sighting explained”
Bandar Seri Begawan – On May 28 every year, at 5:16 pm local Brunei time (09:16 UT), the sun will be precisely overhead (at Zenith) in Makkah and exactly above the Kaabah. At that instance, the Sun in other areas will be directly aligned to the direction of Kiblat.
This phenomenon known as “istiwa adzam” is useful as an easy Islamic astronomical method to determine the exact direction of prayers (Kiblat). Only half part of the world that receives the daylight can apply this method.
In a year, the sun will be directly above the Kaabah twice, on every 28th May at 5:16 pm and again on July 16th at 5:28 pm Brunei time.
Follow the following ways to check the Kiblat from your area:
1. You must use a straight objects such as a pole or side of the house. It must be vertical which must be checked with a weight tied to a thread (plumbline).
2. The object must not be in places under shade, such as under a tree or in the house. It must be placed in areas that receive direct sunlight, for example, in a spacious yard.
3. Exactly at 5:16 pm May 28, the shadow’s line produced by the sun is the Kiblat direction which is facing toward the sun.
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