Outreach to Mabul Island (Series 4) Travelog : In the Eye of Kery (29th August 2010 : 4th Day)

This time I woke up as early as 2.30am with an intention to perform Qiamullail. Right when I just started to take wudu’, Macik Sapura accompanied by her child appeared from the side of the mosque to bring me and Rahman home. We finished sahur around 3am, and considering that it was still way too early, we decided to take a nap. Unfortunately, we ended up waking up at 6.45am. After praying and taking pictures of the broken bridge, we moved quickly to the mosque then straight to the Telaga Kasih for photo taking before went back to the mosque for the next activities.

The children were divided into groups according to their levels of mastery of Quranic recitation – knowing Jawi, reading Quran and memorizing short Quranic verses. While the classes were going on, I encountered a problem to prepare for the closing ceremony when the generator could not be used to supply electricity. It turned up that it was caused by the extension, in which one wire was disconnected from its original place. Alhamdulillah, this trouble was fixed with the help from certain villagers.

Next, the closing ceremony which was conducted by Abang Jali took place inside the mosque, started by speeches from Panglima Mubin and Dr Dol. Tokens of appreciation were then given to the foster families and to Shima and the gang for providing so much assistance for us during the programme. Deliveries of fidyah and generator were also done accordingly followed by the photography session of all the members from IIUM and Mabul Island who were involved in this programme. I took a chance to snap pictures with my foster mother, Macik Sapura and thank her for all the hassle she had gone through for the sake of us.

We budged to the jetty after the Zuhr prayer. Some villagers escorted us to the boat and helped us to load our belongings. Macik Sapura also followed sending us to the jetty. I was very content with their kindness and willingness to accept us for three days staying at Mabul. With the waves of goodbye, we were off to Semporna. Before headed to Kak Ramlah’s house in Tawau, we dropped by in Pasar Tanjung Tawau looking for something to be bought. I really did not have anything to buy as this is my hometown; there was nothing special for me to look at.

We arrived in the house of Kak Ram before Maghrib. As great as in Kak Jijah’s house few days back, we were treated with variety of delicious foods for iftar in Kak Ram’s house. After thanking her family for the very pleasant treat, we departed to Tawau Airport. I left my dirty clothes in my house on our way to the airport. Unfortunately, our flight had been delayed by one hour. I spent my time get along with Abang Jali and Cecep waiting for our departure. Boarding at 10pm, we arrived in LCC Terminal around 1.30am and finally arrived at IIUM around 3am. I was very happy and relieved that our journey had come to its end.

That was all, so long for Mabul IV. Thank you to everyone who take part directly and indirectly. We love you sooo much!! =)

Outreach to Mabul Island (Series 4) Travelog : In the Eye of Kery (28th August 2010 : 3rd Day)

I woke up 3.30am at the mosque. I was quiet surprised to see Macik Sapura stayed there waiting for us to take us home for sahur. I wonder how long she had stayed there. Hastily, I woke Rahman up and then we walked home together. We observed that the members of the house had already finished their sahur, so I assumed that we were the last. Sahur was just as good as Iftar but our sleepy eyes and full stomachs let us savour the foods with less appetite.

After Subh prayer, we were allowed to go back to our houses. We agreed that we should return to the mosque by 7am to make the preparations for the whole day activities. However, it was raining real heavy. The storming winds and waves of the sea water which rises up to the bridge height shook the entire house. Sea water appeared out of the wooden floor. Despite this situation, the residents were very relaxed, even sleeping soundly. They must have been used to this kind of weather. Seeing them calmed me down.

Delayed by the weather, we were one hour behind the schedule. The children were still not present in the mosque. The generator for the mosque is off and the person who was in charge of it was not there. So I and Abang Acap decided to use the small generator we brought but we could not find where they kept the petrol. This problem was solved soon after we consulted Pacik Mubin who helped us starting the generator for the power supply.

Around 9am, my fellow committees gathered the children by conducting singing to capture their attention. Afterward, we started the module by teaching them the theories on wudu’. Most of them already know about wudu’ as they have learned it in their fardhu ‘ain class with Ustaz Yasir, the difference was whether they remember them or not. I wished someone would invent a good song on wudu’ to help children remember the steps more easily. Then, we continue with the practical by dividing them into groups. I handled the group of boys who were always fighting among them even for a small matter. We postponed the practical of wudu’ because the wudu’ area was fully occupied by girls.

The programme proceeded with continuous episodes of Upin & Ipin that taught mostly on sawm (puasa). It caught the attention of most people including the grown-ups who were sitting at the back. However, there was a small group of children especially the small ones who could not enjoy the show since their sight was blocked by other people who seated in front. So, I asked them to stand up. I was not sure if all of them understood the message that we tried to deliver because few of them only loved to see the animation.

After Zuhr prayer, the module was on solah. As usual, we started with theories with some aid from the video presentation. During this class, I was asked to be the model for the children. I was a bit nervous since my usual practice of solah was not exactly the same as shown in the video, I mean on the minor details. Divided into small groups, these children were then trained on the practical of solah and some additional theories about Islam. I asked the boys I handled to perform Zuhr prayer in jama’ah and I corrected them if they did any mistakes. All of them have not memorized the readings in solah, and only a few could recite al-Fatihah correctly.

Since I stayed at the back handling the portable speaker t most time during the class being conducted, I could see many different types of children. Some of them really knew what we were teaching, some only concerned to get the prizes offered – raising their hands even if they were blur about the topic discussed, some just follow what their friends were doing – they laughed when others did, some wanted to join the crowd but felt shy to do so – peeping from the side of the mosque, and a few of them who played at the back uninterested to join the class. I tried to approach the last group I mentioned here but they ran away once I got close to them that caused me to feel a little disappointed. Anyway, it was fun to deal with these Mabulian children.

We decided to pay a visit and give some financial contribution to Umi’s family, who suffered the loss of their mother a day before. I felt a sudden empathy once I entered their house. Umi, the eldest sister, swept her eyes putting a smile on her sad face when we stepped inside. It touched me deeply to see the sibling’s red eyes swollen by tears while they continued finishing their chores, folding the clothes. We learned that they had not consumed any food after the death and the youngest sibling was wondering around the bridges in search for their mother. I could not imagine being in their place. We hope our little effort would ease their pain.

After that, we took a look at the nearly completed but already working Telaga Kasih. The villagers queued into a long row bringing their gallons together to collect the water brought up through the pipes. After snatches of pictures, we went back to the mosque preparing for Iftar Jamai’ with the villagers of Kampung Mabul. The Majlis Berbuka Puasa ran smoothly thanks to the committees and villagers involved. Eating together really reduced the gap between us. At first, I thought that the food provided was not sufficient but it was actually more than enough. There was many unconsumed food that we decided to distribute as moreh after Tarawih. The villagers craved for dates and they kept asking if there was stock of dates for them to take home.

The night was same as the day before, where we spent our time by doing Ibadah, chatting with the villagers and brainstorming. Dr Dol joined our discussion and he came up with lots of suggestions. He suggested that this series should not be the last. He also wanted if we could bring cows to Mabul to be slaughtered during Hari Raya Korban. He seemed to be eagerly looking forward for the next series of Outreach to Mabul Island.

I and Rahman were on our way to our house and we found out that the bridge which linked to our house was broken by the morning storm. Safely returned home, as expected, we were once again nicely forced to eat. Luckily, I had been saving an empty space in my stomach for this treat. Before we left to the mosque, I asked our mother when we should return home for sahur because we did not want for her to burden herself waiting and fetching us from the mosque, and she replied, 3am. Abang Acap treat us another supper in the local food stall before we I’tikaf in the mosque.

**another day that make us tired but still we are excited and eager to help. But, the next day is the final day for this mission. Very sad to continue. The story of the final day will be published on 23rd October 2010, 8 am. =) Wait!!

Outreach to Mabul Island (S4) (27th August 2010 : 2nd Day)

We got up early in the morning to have sahur together. I was very sleepy maybe because still not used to the time zone of Tawau. Then, we hurried to have shower and perform Subh prayer before leaved to the Tawau Airport. I was so proud of Kak Jijah’s father for refusing to take the money gift from our side, even though they deserved it in exchange for the accommodation, meals and transport that they provided. May Allah SWT bless their lives. Next, we get to Semporna via a van and an Inova which had already been arranged by Kak Mar.

We arrived in Semporna before 8am and rushed to buy a container filled of petrol for the generator usage later in Mabul. I bought the container (called “gallon” by local people) from an old shop. Since the shop did not provide an official receipt, we asked the owner to fill up the payment form we provided for proof of the transaction. The owner, who was an old Chinese man, refused to do so after looking the form. Maybe he was afraid of being scammed. So, he just gave us a handwritten bill stamped the shop’s chop. What a funny old man.

There was a death around 1am in Mabul Island. Due to this, Pacik Mubin, who supposed to take us to the island, had to delay the plan because he also took part to help the family that confronted the incident. He arrived at the jetty in Semporna around 9am, and after loading all things to his boat, we were forced to wait for another hour for him to finish his business there. While waiting, I get to have a little chat with Pacik Mubin for the first time. I thought to myself, so this is Pacik Mubin they were talking about. Finally, around 10am, we started moving towards Mabul. I spent most of my time taking a nap in the boat to rest for the tiring morning.

I was truly amazed from the beautiful views of the island even before I reached the land of Mabul. The blue sky, clear water and white sand made me feel calm and happy. Just like what I have expected and heard from other’s experience, the people of Mabul were very friendly and we were treated with a warm welcome. The villagers voluntarily lent their hands to bring our belongings to the mosque. Our presence was also greeted with smiles.

Soon after settled down, we moved on to the discussion with the community leaders. Rahman explained the reason for this series of Outreach to Mabul Island and our need of foster families. The discussion went very well as nothing much to be talked about since Misi had done three series of this kind of programme before in this island. We decided to postpone the reception of foster families and distribution of donation items because it was already time for Zuhr.

After Jumaat prayer, we proceed with the reception of foster families. According to plan, each student will receive a foster family but because some families were not there during that time, selected families got to accept two foster children. As everybody had gone to follow their own houses, I and Rahman went to Haji Yusuf’s home stay to settle for the accommodation for Dr Dol. Pity for our advisor, he had to searched for his own food because Haji Yusuf did not provide food for the customer since his cook was on holiday and unavailable. The home stay was on under renovation, so Dr Dol also needed to find his own company since he was the only customer staying there during that duration.

Next was the distribution of donation items after the ‘Asr prayer. A list name of deserving families was used as reference during the distribution. It made me laugh to see the villagers especially the children swarmed around the committees in charge. It was very uncontrollable – the children keep reducing the radius of the crowd although they were continuously asked to keep a distance away from the donation clothes. At one stage, an old folk had to hit the children with an empty box to make them follow the order. The most humorous part was the chaos created when the children fought their ways to obtain the last few remaining garments. This scenario shows how much they value these donations.

After transferring my bags to my foster home, we visited the villagers and walked around the island. The well that was named Telaga Kasih and sponsored by Darul Fitrah was still under construction. From my own observations, the villagers really relied on underground water as the source of clean water. I could see many holes dug on a part of the village. According to Abang Acap, these holes were dug to search source of water, and after one source was already drained, they will search for another. I learned something here – how people in Mabul work very hard in searching for water until the have to buy it, while in our place, we could see people just don’t appreciate the water by wasting it.

For the first day there, we broke our fast together with our foster families; only Dr Dol had his iftar in the food outlet in the village. I and Rahman stayed in Hajah Laura’s house, the house of sharks. We were treated like VIPs, in which our mother reserved a special portion for us with various choices of kuih, drinks and foods served in the table. Hajah Laura and Macik Sapura who also be our foster mother, stayed there watching and keeping us company while we were eating until finish. Moreover, they insisted to clean the dishes later and asked us to rest. I felt a bit shy to be treated very nice like this. I did not want to be a burden for them as they treated us more like a guest that a foster child.

Night in Mabul is allocated fully for Ibadah since this was the month of Ramadhan. We joined the jama’ah in the mosque by performing Maghrib, Isya’ and Tarawih together. Then, we started some sharing moment and brainstorming for the next day. Brothers, including myself, were encouraged to return to the mosque after supper to perform I’tikaf, while sisters returned to their respective houses.

*this is the story of the 2nd day of the programme. We feel a little bit exhausted, but the still next day to be continued. Wait for the story!! Will be published on 21st October 2010, 8 am. =)

Outreach to Mabul Island (S4) (26th August 2010 : 1st Day)

My Thursday morning was filled with preparations for Mabul 4. Since I was the only participant who did not have class on that day, I had been assigned together with Kak Mar to settle the final preparations – labeling, weighing and packaging the generator, wrapping the signage, borrowing the audio visual equipments from Censerve, and reconfirming for transportation to LCC Terminal. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not complaining; in fact, I was really glad to give my early commitment as this was my good opportunity to get along with other participants especially Rahman and Kak Jijah whom I did not really know before. Alhamdullilah, we managed to get the entire job done before 3pm, with the aid from all parties involved.

We headed off to LCCT around 3.30pm after loading the boxes, bags and equipments to the bus, some photo taking, and brief speeches from Madam Nelli and Dr Dolhadi. I was a bit exited to go back to my hometown and eager to visit to Mabul Island where I’ve never been before. Everything was flowing according to the plan at LCCT and all praises to Allah SWT; there was no excess luggage and no delay on our flight. We departed at 6.25pm and arrived safely in Tawau. Soon after, I quickly dealt for taxi for the officer’s transportation to Kak Jijah’s house. The taxi driver, Bro Don also agreed to take Dr Dol and Abang Jali from Kak Jijah’s house to Tawau Airport at the 5 o’clock in the morning.

Our arrival in Taman Jen Loong 1, Kak Jijah’s house, was taken care of very nicely by her family. Kak Ramlah’s parents were also there. We were treated with delicious dinner – Tawau’s cooking, a taste where we won’t acquire in UIA. I had to disappoint my family by not coming home that day despite my house is just less than a kilometer away. I explained that we were still attached to the tentative and we had to follow the plan. I’m sure they understood the situation. Then, after some self-preparation, we ended the night by having some rest.

*this is the end for the first day. we will post the story of the second day of the programme 0n 19th October 2010, 8 am. Wait!! more interesting story to be told =)

Da’wah Exploration in Sarawak (DESA 10) : Report on Servay at all Villages

Here is the report that been collected by the committees of DESA 2010 on the servay that been conducted during the programme. This report was very important for the next series because we'll provide what been requested by them but depends on what we are capable of. InsyaAllah we'll make a fundraising for this purpose. We hope everyone can help us in helping them.



1. Difficulty in getting knowledge about Islam theory and practically
2. There is no full time Dai’e as a permanent guider
3. Failed to identify the alphabet of Al-Quran
4. Transportation as it cost them a lot of money
5. Electricity as they depending fully on the usage of generator
6. No clinic
7. Education
8. Communication as they have poor Malay language usage


1. A full time and permanent Dai’e to guide them
2. More donations on the good facilities of the village such as lights on the walkways.
3. Books for the kids reading materials
4. A permanent religious classes on learning the alphabet of Al-Quran and Iqra’
5. Malay Language classes
6. Clothes
7. Installing a mini-clinic
8. Improving the condition of their houses
9. A mass cleanliness and health awareness programme



1. Difficulty in getting knowledge about Islam theory and practically
2. There is no full time Dai’e as a permanent guider
3. Failed to identify the alphabet of Al-Quran
4. Clean water resource
5. Transportation
6. Electricity


1. A full time and permanent Dai’e to guide them
2. More donations on the good facilities of the village such as lights on the walkways.
3. Books for the kids reading materials
5. Malay Language classes
6. Clothes
7. Improves the condition of their houses
8. A mass cleanliness and health awareness programme



1. Difficulty in getting knowledge about Islam theory and practically
2. Failed to identify the alphabet of Al-Quran


1. A full time and permanent Dai’e to guide them
2. Malay language classes
3. Books for the kids reading materials
4. A mass cleanliness and health awareness programme


1. Books
2. Clothes
3. Painting
4. Some activities that involved the groups of mothers, kids, and teenagers
5. Medical check-up

p/s : For what point we are helping muslim on the other side of the world, but still ignorance towards those who are closer to us. Think it for yourself!!

Da’wah Exploration in Sarawak (DESA 10) : Activities and Programmes

During our 10 days trip to Sarawak, many activities and programmes had been conducted with the villagers. Alhamdulillah, everything that been planned had been conducted smoothly by the committees that strive for this programme. May Allah bestows His bless upon all of you. This post will explain to you everything that we had done. Happy reading! =)



Demography survey is one of the methods that were role to collect all details information about the village condition, including the total of the family members, fundamental of Islamic knowledge, economic and the infrastructure as reference. In fact, it was also organized in order to analyze an improving the next follow-up programme.


Visiting the villagers was held to close up the villagers as well as introducing an informing them about this programme. Besides that, is was also planned to do SWOT analysis regarding with the potential of da’wah activity in the village in order to plan the effective methods during programme.


Through this kind of programme, all the students will stay with their foster family to learn and gain an experience about the daily activities of the villagers. As we know, the majority of the villagers from this 3 villages working as a fisherman, hunter, farmer, and a paddy planter. Therefore, “Rezeki Pagi” activity was given a great opportunity to the students to learn about stay as 1 community and also grabbing the values from each of their experience.


Religious class consists of Al-Quran recitation and Fardu ain class that was conducted special for the villagers. The implementation of this activity was really systematic and effective according to the flexibility among the villagers. A group of students had used so many kinds of material that was prepared by an experience module team based on valuable module.


Academic motivation session includes the extra classes which is based on the level of the students whether they are amateur or the beginner. This programme conducted for the primary and secondary school that is focused on “Strive for Excellent” to the children, teenagers and also the adults. In order to make it more effective, all the students had been divided into a group which each group handled a group of the villagers based on the efficient module.


This session involved all the students and the villagers to cooperate on the cleanliness programme to clean the environment of the village. In another words, the students are also get a chance to evaluate the cleanliness and environment campaign among the villagers.


“Melantak Meja” is one of our main activities where, all students and the villagers were prepared the traditional menu together. This kind of activity could be the best platform for the students to close up their bonding with the villagers.


This method was carrying on after performing subh and magrib congregational prayer. The objective is to give a spiritual understanding to the villagers and the students themselves. Informatively, every session of the Tazkirah will be delivered by each of the students.


1. Discussion with community leaders was one of the initial methods as a respectful to the underprivileged community. Through discussion, we had introduced about the purpose and nature of our programme. Moreover, the discussion was attended by the community leaders of the 3 villages including a few da’I from HIKMAH.

Discussion started with welcoming speech by the community leaders or “Tuai Rumah”. They are welcoming all the participants and had said on behalf of the villagers that, they are very happy that the village has been quiet considered by many parties to provide hand-in-hand facilitation. They were also very proud to see many students, particularly the youngsters, were willing to share experience with the villagers.

Therefore, all of the participants were expressed their gratitude upon the programme and reminding themselves on their intention during the programme. Interestingly, they were also told us about the problems for each of the village in term of facilities, infrastructure and conflicts among the villagers.

2. Foster Family was one of the activities that held to teach and approach the participants to close up with the mualaf community. Minority, they wasted a lot of families. So, they do not get the love and attention that enough of a family activities for the community aims to foster a sense of togetherness and kinship society that cares and sensitive issues to become a Muslim. It is expected that other community members will give a positive appreciation, so that discrimination against minority groups could be minimized.

3. Distribution of donation items was held during closing ceremony on the 3 villages. All distribution had been divided into 3 parts which consist of Kg. Gayau, Kg. Gawang and Kg. Ruan. Moreover, this activity was conducted by participants according to the result on the survey which will be given to the family members and income.

However, we were also allocated some of the donation and sponsorship for a certain activity such as “Melantak Meja” and “Spiritual Night”. In fact we proceed the other donation with distribution of medicine for the villagers. Meanwhile, all books, Al-Quran, and the praying materials were used during academic and religious class.

4. Academic module was focused on the children and the teenagers. During the activity, all the children were thought about 3M which is consist of reading, writing, and calculating. In order to make it more effective. They had been divided into 2 major groups between 6-8 years old and 9-12 years old based on their skills, either they can read or not. Basically, participants were divided into 2 teams as a facilitator to teach the children on mathematics and alphabet.

5. Imam Muda Reality Programme is one of the programme that organized to teach and approach the villagers to be a good Imam. Here we were show and guide them on how to recite Al-Quran correctly. Moreover, we were also tutoring the teenagers and the adults group on how to perform Friday prayer, Maksum Fatihah and the practical way of khutbah presentation. This activity was conducted by One of the officer Ust. Zunaidin, and the other 3 students; Bro. Razali, Faiz, Shaufiq and Asyraf.

6. A Day of Motivational Programme (Focus on “Strive for Excellent”)

During programme, we had been divided into 2 groups; group 1 was conducting the students in standard 1 up until standard 3. While, the second group was organizing a flexible module for standard 4 up until standard 6.

This programme was organized to improve their academic performance since they will be sitting for the “Ujian Penilaian Sekolah Rendah” (UPSR) in the end of the year.

Our methodology was :

1. Group binding
2. Talk regarding to the techniques of effective studies
3. E– Teaching “Video Show”

Da’wah Exploration in Sarawak (DESA 10) : Introductory Part

Pursuing the successful series of the Outreach to Mabul Island, MISI Club IIUM has been looking forward to continue the mission of dakwah at Sarawak particularly in Kuching. Da’wah Exploration in Sarawak (DESA 10) is a project involving three villages which are Kampung Gayau, Kampung Gawang and Kampung Ruan as it was held on 30th Jun until 8th July 2010. It is a week and two days project with several activities together with the community there.

Background of the Villages

Kampung Gayau is one of the villages located at Pantu Sri Aman which is 50km from Kuching. Kg. Gayau is a small village that has more than 100 people which is the majority of them is Iban ethnic. Moreover, there are 10 doors occupying the Rumah Panjang which represents 10 families. The families had converted to Islam on 1 August 1995, and that makes them Muslims for 15 years. However, the villagers also live with non-Muslim community, but not in the same Rumah Panjang. The main daily routine and source of income for the villagers are farming, fishing, planting paddy, and they also cattle animals like ducks and chickens. Converted to Muslim for about 10 years ago, but their knowledge about Islam is still in low level since they do not have any permanent teacher who teach them about Islam. Most of the da’i that come from outside of the village have problem with the high cost of transportation.

Kampung Gawang is also located in Simunjan district, about 3 hour journey from Kuching city. The village is divided into three areas, namely Kampung Gawang Lama, Kampung Gawang Tengah, and Kampung Gawang Ulu. The 3 villages placed 17 muallaf families, and several other non-Muslim families’ altogether. The villages existed ever since the residents there converted into Islam. Like the villagers in Kampung Gayau, the villagers’ main source of income is through farming, fishing, planting paddy, and cattle. Converted to Muslim since 1970s, but their knowledge about Islam is in lower level since they do not have any permanent teacher who teach them about Islam. There is a da’i that comes to teach them but rarely since he also needs to teach in 4 others villages.

Kampung Ruan is more or less the same as Kampung Gayau and Kampung Gawang. Like the two previous villages, this third village is located in Simunjan district. The village is divided into two major areas, which are Kampung Ruan Lama and Kampung Ruan Jaya. There are 7 muallaf families living in Kampung Ruan Lama, and 9 other muallaf families living in Kampung Ruan Jaya. It makes the number of families to 16 families in total. The community there is Iban ethnic, and they also live together with the non-Muslim community. The main daily routine and source of income for the villagers are farming, fishing, planting paddy, and they also cattle animals like ducks and chickens. Converted to Muslim since 1970s, but their knowledge about Islam is in low level since they do not have any permanent teacher who teach them about Islam. There is a da’i that comes to teach them but he comes to the village seldomly due to some problems.

InsyaAllah on 14th October 2010, we'll post the next article which show you the activities and programmes that we already made there. Later on 17th October 2010, we'll share with you the outcome of our servay with the villagers. Wait yaa!! Many things awaits YOU...

Outreach to Mabul (S4)

Alhamdulillah, the 4th series of MISI Club IIUM to Mabul Island has already success in achieving its mission. The 4th series was conducted during the month of blessing, Ramadan.

Among the activities that had been conducted during 3 days and 2 nights at Mabul Island were fardhu ain class, iqra and quran class, iftar jamaie with the villagers and also iktikaf at the mosque (brothers only). Night at Mabul was allocated for ibadah only.

Praise be to Allah because the construction of the well, TELAGA KASIH that is fully sponsored by Darul Fitrah Association had already completed during the programme. Now, the villagers do not have to buy clean water at the mainland anymore because the well is attach with hose, pipe, water tank and water pump and located at the center of Kampung Pulau Mabul. May Allah bless the kindhearted people who are willingly to help them.

Even though the I, II, III and IV Series had already succeed in its mission, but the mission of dakwah is not finished yet and there are lots of things waiting for us there in order to save and serve our brothers and sisters at Mabul Island.

”MISI in touch, Ummah in heart”