Islam always allows its followers to change or migrate from the bad to the good and from the good to the better. This includes those who had ever gone through bitter experiences in life to change or move towards a more meaningful life.

The definition of migration was shared in this morning’s Special Talk in conjunction with the New Year 1438 Hijrah celebration and Doa Kesyukuran for the Haj Pilgrims among the Royal Brunei Police Force;s personnel who had just returned home.

The gathering earlier performed mass sunat hajat prayer. A special talk entitled, “Maal Hijrah” was delivered by Awang Abdul Rahman bin Ajak, an invited lecturer. The ceremony was further highlighted with Dikir Marhaban and Doa Kesyukuran for the return of 4 personnel of the Royal Brunei Police Force after performing the Haj. The ceremony is annual activity of the Royal Brunei Police Forces Religious Body. Apart from enlivening the surau’s atmosphere, it is also to foster goodwill among members of the Royal Brunei Police Force. Among those present was Dato Paduka Seri Awang Haji Jammy (JIMI) bin Haji Muhammad Shah Al-Islam, the Commissioner of Police and Datin.

Source: Radio Television Brunei