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H A R I  : SELASA – MINGGU
TANGGAL : 18 – 23 JANI 2013
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CALON SISWA BOLEH DIDAMPINGI ORANGTUA HADIR DI SIJ DAN MENYERAHKAN :
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  2. FOTO COPY AKTE KELAHIRAN
  3. FOTO COPY IQOMAH/PASPOR
  4. PAS FOTO UKURAN ( 4 X 6 ) 2 BUAH
  5. FOTO COPY IJAZAH DAN SKHUN YANG SUDAH DILEGALISIR UNTUK ( SMP/SMA)
  6. FOTO COPY IJAZAH TK UNTUK  (SD) BAGI YANG PUNYA
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FORMULIR   PENDAFTARAN   DAPAT DIAMBIL DI PANITIA PSB 2013/2014 MULAI JAM 08.00-12.00  DI SEKOLAH INDONESIA JEDDAH
 
KAPAN PENDAFTARAN ULANG CALON SISWA YANG DITERIMA?
 
DAFTAR ULANG CALON SISWA YANG DITERIMA TANGGAL 24 DAN 25 JUNI 2013 UNTUK SD DAN TANGGAL 26 JUNI UNTUK SMP DAN SMA.
 
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SILAKAN SAJA HUBUNGI SIE INFORMASI PSB TP. 2013.2014 DI SEKOLAH INDONESIA JEDDAH ATAU TELPON KE NO. 0545248440 / 0565314057
 
JEDDAH, 10 JUNI 2013
PANITIA PSB 2013/2014
 

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Pelatihan Pendidikan Berkarakter Guru Sekolah Indonesia Se-Arab Saudi Tanggal 8 – 10 Maret 2012 

 

Last Updated ( Jun 15, 2013 at 12:50 PM )

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Firman Allah Ta’ala dalamAl Qur’an surah Muhammad ayat 19, “Maka ketahuilah (wahai Muhammad), bahwa sesungguhnya tidak ada Tuhan (Yang Hak) melainkan Allah.”

Maka, dalam ayat ini Allah memulai dengan menyebut ilmu. Selain itu, disebutkan bahwa ulama adalah pewaris-pewaris Nabi. Mereka mewarisi ilmu pengetahuan. Barangsiapa yang mendapatkannya, maka dia beruntung dan memperoleh sesuatu yang besar.”Barangsiapa melalui suatu jalan untuk mencari suatu pengetahuan (agama), Allah akan memudahkan baginya jalan menuju surga.” (Muslim di dalam Shahih-nya dari hadits Abu Hurairah)

Mother’s Day vs Father’s Day in our household

Dad gets to take a break, on Father’s Day. Until the leeches arrive.According to the latest New York Times magazine, which I got to read on Father’s Day because I smartly let my six-year-old stay up til 1 am (meaning she slept in til 10 AM) and my partner was enlisted by our obnoxious neighbors to help install the galvanized metal scrap siding that is helping them build a carport bearing a strong resemblance to a third world shantytown, moms still do two to three times the amount of housework as dads. That sounds about accurate to me. And it goes for parental-appreciation holidays, too.

Take Mother’s Day and Father’s Day. Mother’s Day was a whir of me going online to make a donation to a home for teenage moms (in lieu of the gift that no one could get it together to give me anyway; “But you took off for New York with your friend last week. Doesn’t that count as a gift?! Who do you think was watching our kid?!”), making breakfast, entertaining my child, and working on the garden etc. We spent the day outdoors, and eventually it ended in me shouting at around 8:30 PM, “Is anyone planning on making dinner or taking us out for dinner or doing something so we don’t starve to death tonight?!” Of course, living in the Hammer, all the restaurant kitchens were closing at 9:30, so we had to drive to Toronto for a meal that started at approximately 10pm. (“Where are we going next?!” asked The Little Nutball, eager to extend the festivities.)

Contrast that to Father’s Day, which started, inauspiciously enough, with the construction of our neighbor’s shanty (it was supposed to hold two or three cars, but because of a design flaw, it only fits one car, with their household’s two other junkers rusting out front in the street in front of our house) so that we have to seek parking in the back lane way. When we eventually got the man of the house back from our neighbours, there was a Father’s Day gift hunt (which ended a bit prematurely when the Little Nutball yelled “Here it is!” and handed him the gift), and then a fishing trip. I was in charge of buying all the gear and setting it up, spearing worms and leaches onto the hooks, and helping unsnag the fishing line from weeds/the dock/trees. My partner was snoring under a tree, so he missed the hijinks, which included catching and releasing a couple small mouth bass, and The Little Nutball attempting to attach leeches to her feet and even one to her neck.

I find leeches incredibly gross, although I will concede their value to medicine in the form of helping bleed people who’ve had limb reattachment surgery, or other challenges to their circulation. Leeches can help prevent their flesh from developing blood clots. In any case, I chose not to intervene when the Little Nutball tried to attach a leech to her dad’s neck.

All told, a fun day and not a drop of blood was spilled in the end. I think the leeches weren’t hungry. Breaking off pieces of worm and feeding the sunfish under the dock turned out to be more fun than fishing, and, at the stroke of 7 o’clock, a nice dinner was enjoyed by all.

Cloudy Urine Test

Urine Urinalysis

The evaluation of color and turbidity of the urine is an integral part of the so-called urinalysis. The urinalysis is the collection of a series of routine results of the urine. Today, a urinalysis usually consists of the following tests:

  • Evaluation of appearance and possible smell;
  • Test strips analysis;
  • Examination of the urine under the microscope;
  • In case of suspected urinary tract infection can also be carried out on bacteria by a special test, a so-called “bacterial culture”.

When is a urinalysis performed (carried out)?

  • As a routine examination at screening (health check);
  • On admission to hospital (In being admitted to hospital);
  • At suspicion on kidney diseases or disorders of the urinary tract (ureters, bladder, urethra);
  • Suffering from inflammation and fever with unknown causes;
  • Also in many other diseases, a specific urine test may be useful.

Urine test strip analysis

Various results of multiple test strips can provide clues to the cause of turbidity or cloudy. In any case, a microscopic examination should follow to secure the result:

Direct evidence

  • WBC: detection of white blood cells as a cause of turbidity.
  • RBC: detection of red blood cells as a cause of turbidity.
  • Nitrite: detection of bacteria as a cause of cloudy.

Indirect evidence
pH: low pH (<6) makes urates likely, high pH (> 6) phosphates.

Microscopic examination

Microscopically, virtually all causes of visible cloudy urine: not only precipitated salts, all possible cells (including bacteria and fungi), but also fats can be detected.

Uric acid and phosphate crystals often appear in fresh urine, if accompanied by more red blood cells in urine, urinary stones (calculi) should be suspected.

Time Management from the Sunnah

The Messenger of Allah (sal Allahu alayhi wa sallam) said; “ There are two gifts from among the gifts of Allah wherein humanity is deceived. They are health and free time.” I will discuss health at another time, but this post is about time management. This subject is a pet peeve of mines. After years of struggling with managing my time, I am so grateful to Allah that I have learned how to utilize my time for maximum benefit. Michael Hart wrote a book in 1978 titled; The 100, Ranking of the Most Influential. This book is about 100 of the most influential people in history. Michael Hart was a Jewish American that attended Cornell and Princeton. He held a PhD in Physics. His book sold more than 500,000 copies and was translated into 15 different languages. The first person on his list surprised readers at that time. That person was none other than our beloved Prophet Muhammad (sal Allahu alayhi wa sallam). One quote from the book states; “Muhammad was supremely successful in both the religious and secular realms.” So in other words our prophet (“Muhammad was supremely successful in both the religious and secular realms.” So in other words our Prophet (sal Allahu alayhi wa sallam) was successful in deen and dunya. Many Muslims are successful in only one or the other but rarely both. This is a great motivation for me. Before I didn’t like being busy. Probably because I was raised in an environment that feels “busy” is wrong or unhealthy. I can not count the number of times I this conversation at work; “How’s your day going?” And the responder follows up with a sad look on his face; “busy and hectic man!” When my wife tells me that she had a busy day at home, My follow up is; “busy is good.” Muslims should take pride in being busy. This means we are accomplishing something and being productive insha Allah. I am worried about the person that is not busy, the one that has too much free time on his hands. When I call my brother and I get voice mail, or we play phone tag, I think to myself, “ masha Allah he is productive.” I personally have a very busy life. I am first of all a husband and father of two; I am employed full time, a full time graduate student, and a regular Khatib for Jumuah and Taleem. I am also involved with other activities within the community. With all of this, I still work out 7 days per week and spend quality time with my family. I sincerely believe this is a result of my scheduling my life around Salah. My day starts at 4:30 am 7 days per week. I am thankful that I can start my day out with Tahajjud. One scholar said; A busy life makes prayer difficult, but prayer makes a busy life easy. I am grateful that I never need coffee or tea to wake up. I don’t even drink the poison. My entire day is full of energy and vigor because of prayer and exercise. I will write about this in a latter post Insha Allah.

The Messenger of Allah (sal Allahu alayhi wa sallam) was supremely successful in deen and dunya. How could he do it? The messenger and last prophet of Allah (sal Allahu alayhi wa sallam) was active as a social reformer, diplomat, businessman, philosopher, orator, legislator, military leader, husband and father. Wow, many people cannot even accomplish being a great husband and father. I believe he was able to do it because he made effective use of his time. Time management is a quality of very successful people. Success is not an accident. Insha Allah I will follow up with part II on time management within the next couple of days. My plan is to show examples of how our Prophet (sal Allahu alayhi wa sallam) managed his time, and what he said about time. I decided that it was time for me to be productive in my life and the Sunnah was the best way to go.