Sunday, February 24, 2008

Taharah - The Natarul Soap + Samak

I've recently come across this very impressive and interesting product, the Taharah Soap.

Snap-shot of the Soap taken from
Excerpts from their website of the benefits of the soap.
  • Transfer high volume of minerals to skin to moisturize, soften and brighten your skin
  • Absorb oil from skin & draw toxin
  • Heals and disinfects skin,improve circulation and is proven to cure skin problem i.e rashes, dryness, eczema acne, pigmentation
  • Leaves skin soft, clean and fresh :: Multipurpose cleaning
The Soap for Samak Purposes (Samak Procedures to follow Syara')
And the most impressive thing is that this soap has been approved by a number of Religious Dept/Body in Malaysia which has been verified as sufficient and suitable in cleaning and cleansing mughallazah dirt. This product is supported and verified by Fatwa Council Committee in Malaysia and Muslim Consumer Organization of Malaysia as long as it follows certain set standards.

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Explanation of Taharah and Samak Procedure from :
Purification or taharah plays a very important role in Islam. A muslim’s ibadah may be rejected if taharah is being neglected. Therefore all muslims have to follow the correct procedures in cleaning and cleansing all kinds of dirt according to syara’ especially when dealing with mughallazah dirt obtained from dogs and pigs.
According to Islam, mughallazah dirt needs to be cleaned (samak) with soil water once; and rinse with clean water six times to ensure taharah or purification is taken place. However, in this modern world a more sophisticated way of performing taharah can be done by using taharah soap or also known as samak soap. Not only it is very convenience but also more hygienic.

In Penang, you can purchase this multy-purpose soap among others at
Sykt Hussain Surani Sdn. Bhd.,
99-101, Chulia Street,
10200 Penang, Malaysia.
Tel : 604-2621307 / 2611380 (Mr Iqbal Hussain)
Fax : 604-2623788
Click here from directions / map to Sykt Hussain Surani Sdn. Bhd

Saturday, February 23, 2008

Lowest Online Interbank Transaction Charges

Generally most online banking services in Malaysia charge RM2।00 per online interbank transaction। This can burn a hole in your pocket especially if the amount
transferred in small, making the % huge.

Snap-shot of the charge:

I have mainly tried to use Bank Islam's Online Banking service, for many reasons. One main reason is it only charges RM0.50 for interbank transfers. That is 4 times cheaper then other banks.

Summary :
Pros - Interbank covers all (or nearly all) banks in Malaysia.
Pros - Cheapest इंटर inter-bank Rate I'm aware of.
Pros - Users can also make online donations.
Cons - There is no internet transaction history. Online total (internet and normal) transaction history.

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