ISLAM and MUSLIMS IN MALAYSIA

      

General Information

Land area: 126,853 sq mi (328,549 sq km); total area: 127,316 sq mi (329,750 sq km)

Population (2007 est.): 24,821,286

Capital and largest city (2003 est.): Kuala Lumpur, 3,688,200 (metro. area), 1,403,400

Other large cities: Kelang, 683,200; Johor Bharu, 682,100

Monetary unit: Ringgit

Languages: Bahasa Melayu (Malay, official), English, Chinese dialects (Cantonese, Mandarin, Hokkien, Hakka, Hainan, Foochow), Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Panjabi, Thai; several indigenous languages (including Iban, Kadazan) in East Malaysia

Ethnicity/race: Malay 50.4%, Chinese 23.7%, Indigenous 11%, Indian 7.1%, others 7.8% (2004 est.)

Religions: Muslim, Buddhist, Daoist, Hindu, Christian, Sikh; Shamanism (East Malaysia)

Literacy rate: 89% (2003 est.)

Economic summary: GDP/PPP (2007 est.): $357.4 billion; per capita $13,300. Real growth rate: 6.3%. Inflation: 2.1%.

Malaysia is on the Malay Peninsula in southeast Asia. The nation also includes Sabah and Sarawak on the island of Borneo to the east. Its area slightly exceeds that of New Mexico.

Most of Malaysia is covered by forest, with a mountain range running the length of the peninsula. Extensive forests provide ebony, sandalwood, teak, and other woods.

The ancestors of the people that now inhabit the Malaysian peninsula first migrated to the area between 2500 and 1500 B.C. Those living in the coastal regions had early contact with Chinese and Indians; seafaring traders from India brought with them Hinduism, which was blended with the local animist beliefs. As Muslims conquered India, they spread the religion of Islam to Malaysia. In the 15th century A.D., Islam acquired a firm hold on the region when the Hindu ruler of the powerful city-state of Malacca, Parameswara Dewa Shah, converted to Islam.

British and Dutch interest in the region grew in the 1800s, with the British East India Company establishment of a trading settlement on the island of Singapore. Trade soared, with Singapore's population growing from only 5,000 in 1820 to nearly 100,000 in just 50 years. In the 1880s, Britain formally established protectorates in Malaysia. At about the same time, rubber trees were introduced from Brazil. With the mass production of automobiles, rubber became a valuable export, and laborers were brought in from India to work the rubber plantations.

Following the Japanese occupation of Malaysia during World War II, a growing nationalist movement prompted the British to establish the semiautonomous Federation of Malaya in 1948. But Communist guerrillas took to the jungles to begin a war of national liberation against the British, who declared a state of emergency to quell the insurgency, which lasted until 1960.

The independent state of Malaysia came into existence on Sept. 16, 1963, as a federation of Malaya, Singapore, Sabah (North Borneo), and Sarawak. In 1965, Singapore withdrew from the federation to become a separate nation. Since 1966, the 11 states of former Malaya have been known as West Malaysia, and Sabah and Sarawak as East Malaysia.

Islamic History and Muslims

Islam came to Malaysia with the Indian traders from South India and was not of the more orthodox Islamic tradition of Arabia. Islam was adopted peacefully by the coastal trading ports people of Malaysia and Indonesia, absorbing rather than conquering existing beliefs. As in many Muslim countries, Islam in Malaysia has seen a significant revival over the past 10 years or so.

It is wise for visitors to be appropriately discreet in dress and behaviour, particularly on the more strictly Muslim east coast of the peninsula. Malay ceremonies and beliefs still exhibit pre-Islamic traditions, but most Malays are ardent Muslims and to suggest otherwise to a Malay would cause great offence. With the rise of Islamic fundamentalism, the calls to introduce Islamic law and purify the practices of Islam have increased, but while the Government is keen to espouse Muslim ideals, it is wary of religious extremism. The Koran is the main source of religious law for Malays, and though few are proficient in Arabic, all Malay children are sent to learn to read the Koran. Malaysia has an annual Koran-reading competition, and passages of the Koran are read in Arabic at many Malay ceremonies.

It is commonly held that Islam first exists in Malay peninsular since Sultan Muzaffar Shah I (12th century) of Kedah was the first ruler to be known to convert to Islam since introduced to Islam by Rowther and Marakkar. In the 13th century, the Terengganu Stone Monument was found at Kuala Berang, Terengganu where the first Malay state to receive Islam in 1303 Sultan Megat Iskandar Shah, known as Parameswara prior to his conversion, is the first Sultan of Melaka. He converted into Islam after marrying a princess from Pasai, of present day Indonesia. The conversion of the Sultanate of Malacca by Rowther and Marakkar traders from Tamil Nadu into Islam is the milestone of Islamification of Malay people in Malaysia.

The tudung is a relatively recent introduction and was not prominent until the rise of worldwide Islam in the 1970s. Some commentators have found it jarring to see Malay women donning the tudung and at the same time wearing tight-fitting T-shirts.

The national census 2000 shows the number of Chinese Muslims at more than 57000. The Chinese Muslims also known as Hui have had a long history in this region spanning at least 600 years, not only in today’s Malaysia, but the whole of the then Malay World. They came from China and settled during the 15th century, to the thousands of Chinese who converted into Islam, the presence and contribution of the Chinese Muslims have unfortunately not been recognized enough by Malaysian historians, scholars and politicians.

Islam is the official religion of Malaysia, and the Government actively promotes the spread of Islam in the country and its friendship with other Muslim countries. The Census in 2000 show approximately 60.4 percent of the total population are Muslims in Malaysia. All ethnic Malays are Muslim (100%) as defined by Article 160 of the Constitution of Malaysia., there are also substantial numbers of Indian Muslims and a few numbers of ethnic Chinese converts. As required by Malaysian law and defined in the Constitution of Malaysia, a Malay would surrender his ethnic status if he were not Muslim. However the reverse is not legally true; one does not legally become a Bumiputra by converting to Islam.

A number of young Muslims, especially those from a more secular or westernized background are less-than-practicing Muslims. They observe the practice of a holy month (Ramadan), when fasting during daylight hours is mandatory, and abstain from pork, yet may not pray five times a day nor visit mosques frequently. At the same time, increasing numbers of Malays are becoming more religious, with Islamic banking and use of the tudung (headscarf) in accordance with the laws of hijab (modesty) becoming increasingly common.

Sunni Islam

Sunni Islam of the Shafi`i school of thought is the official, legal form in Malaysia, although syncretist Islam with elements of Shamanism is still common in rural areas. Mosques are an ordinary scene throughout the country and adhan (call to prayer) from minarets are heard five times a day. Government bodies and banking institutions are closed for two hours every Friday so Muslims workers can conduct Friday prayer in mosques. However, in certain rural states such as Kelantan and Terengganu the weekends fall on Friday and Saturday instead of Saturday and Sunday. The Malaysian authorities have strict policies against other Islamic sects including Shia Islam. A notable sect that has been outlawed is Al-Arqam.

Islam Hadhari

The term "Islam Hadhari" ( "Civilizational Islam") is a type of progressive Islam heavily promoted by Malaysian prime minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi to emphasize the central role of knowledge in Islam. This doctrine espouses a belief in hard work, honesty, good administration and efficiency are equally valued and appeals to Muslims to be inclusive, tolerant and outward-looking.

Islam Hadhari aims to achieve ten main principles:

Faith and piety in God
A just and trustworthy government
A free and independent people
Mastery of knowledge
Balanced and comprehensive economic development
A good quality of life
Protection of the rights of minority groups and women
Cultural and moral integrity
Environment safeguarding
Strong defenses
Abdullah Mohd Zain, a minister in the prime minister's department, says, "It emphasizes wisdom, practicality and harmony." He added that "It encourages moderation or a balanced approach to life. Yet it does not stray from the fundamentals of the Qur'an and the example and sayings of the Prophet."

There are however Muslims in Malaysia that disagree with this concept, as the teachings of Islam are already complete and thus, they feel that Islam does not need a new name or face.
 

Islam in Malaysia

by
Hj. Ahmad Kamar

Introduction

The recognition of Islam in this part of the world has been a fact since C.E. 674 (forty-two years after the death of Prophet Muhammad, pbuh) when the Umayyad ruler Muawiyah was in power at Damascus. Two hundred years later in C.E. 878 Islam was embraced by people along the coast of Peninsular Malaysia including the port of Kelang which was a well-known trading centre.
Before the coming of Islam, the indigenous Malays embraced an ancient religion with various forms of belief with some of the population belonging to the Hindu/Buddha religion. Life was structured and arranged in ways that showed the influence of more than one religion. This can be seen not only in the Malay's cultural patterns but is also part of the 'power' structure of state dignitaries and princes.

At the political level, the royal ruler and the head of state in most communities in the Malay world embraced the Islamic religion. The people were impressed and attracted by the provision in the Qur'an and the Hadith that mankind should be ranked on a basis of interpersonal equality. Those who for so long had been considered of low caste saw how the different strata of Islamic society were laid before them. They were no longer imprisoned within a religious caste system and the notion of living in "classes". In Islam there was no discrimination, or division on the basis of colour, class tribal affiliation, race, homeland and birthplace, all of which gave rise to problems. Equal rights seemed the right human solution, which in practice meant the acceptance of rights and obligation as a member of the Islamic Community. The pious person achieved sublimity and nearness to God.

The local population saw that Islam could extricate them from this bondage and provide the means for the extirpation of social evils. The new religion gave the small man a sense of this individual worth - the dignity of man - as a member of an Islamic community.
The efforts of the ulama' in implementing Islamic teachings gradually reached rulers, officials, community leaders and the ordinary people. Their efforts left its mark in such places as Banten (formerly Bantam), East Java, Macassar, Kalimantan, the Southern Philippines, Southern Thailand, Malacca, Trengganu and elsewhere. The ulama' also played a part in the administration, and some of the powerful sultans held firmly to the teachings of Islam.

Spread of Islam

After the initial introduction of Islam, the religion was spread by local Muslim scholars or ulama' from one district to another. Their normal practice was to open a religious training centre called "pondok" or hut from the small sleeping quarters constructed for the students. In addition to giving lectures in houses, prayer houses, or mosques, they also performed tasks such as working in padi fields, gardening and craftwork and other jobs according to each individual's capabilities. The role of these ulama' was not merely that of a teacher but also that of advisor for the village families and communities. The role they played was fairly broad one by reason of their expertise and capability in more than one field of human activity. After graduating, the pupils would go back to their homeland, often in some remote corner of the country, forming a link in the chain between one ulama' and another.

Islam in the Malay Archipelago in general and Malaysia in particular follows the Shafie Mazhab. However there are many Muslims in Malaysia who do not follow any particular school. In Perlis, the state constitution specifies that Perlis follows the Qur'an and Sunnah and not a particular mazhab. Many Muslims in Perlis therefore do not follow any mazhab, as is the case with the followers and members of the Muhammadiyah Organisation in Indonesia.

One noteworthy feature in the religious education scene is the close relationship between the Pondok schools, the teachers and even the pupils although the distance between them may be quite considerable as from Kubang Pasir for example, or Kedah to Achen, Java, Kalimantan, Kelantan and Terengganu. The unifying factor that makes strong ties among them is the uniformity of the system of instruction, for not only are the Holy book and the language used the same but also the socio-political problems, even though in Indonesia the Dutch were the colonial power and in Malaysia (or Malaya) the British. The colonisers whether Portuguese, Dutch or British attempted Christionisation by various means, in particular through their educational systems.

There were, however, a number of Muslims who felt that the pondok schools could not deal with the challenge of colonial education institutions. In order to overcome the problems, the Madrasatul Mashoor al-Islamiyah was established in Pulau Pinang in the year 1916 using Arabic as the language of instruction. The madrassahs taught Fiqh as well as secular subjects. This institute of learning was not merely intended to enhance the position of Muslims in Penang and northern Malaya but in Southeast Asia as well. This school chose as its inspiration the name of Syed Ahmad Al Mashoor, alternatively known as Ayid Mashoor, a leader of Arab descent on that Island.

After Malaya achieved independence on August 31, 1957, the growth of religious education at government subsidised schools was a result of sustained effort on the part of the Malay community. This can be seen at the Islamic College and the National University of Malaysia.
The best known and reputedly oldest pondok in Malaysia is that of Tok Guru Haji Muhammad Yusof or Tok Kenali, who constructed it himself in Kota Bahru, Kelantan. He received his basic education in Kelantan and then like any other pondok teacher pursued his studies in the Masjid al-Haram (the Great Mosque of Makkah). The Tok Kenali pondok became a famous centre of learning which led to large numbers of people from different states coming to learn at the pondok, and subsequently other pondok schools were opened by some of the former pupils who in time became community leaders. This teacher-pupil- teacher network spread to Southern Thailand and Indonesia.

Some Malaysian ulama' became teachers at the Masjid al-Haram. At the time of this writing one ulama' from Kedah, Muhammad bin Abdul Kadir, and two from Petani were teachers there. Muhammad's father was also a teacher at the al-Haram Mosque.


The Effects of Colonization

It is unfortunate that while the process of Islamisation was in progress in South-East Asia, the colonisers from the West came on the scene. The first ones were the Portuguese who were followed in succession by the Spanish, the Dutch and the British who took land in these places and altered all the laws and ways of living by one means or another, based on the 'divide and rule policy' so well known throughout the third world. The coming of the West could normally be considered under three categories: trade, conquest and Christianisation of the colonial subjects.
The missionary is a revolutionary and has to be so, for to preach and plant Christianity means to make a frontal attack on the beliefs, the customs, the apprehensions of life and the world and by implication on the social structure of the society. Beyond the missionary, the colonial administrators, planters, merchants, western penetration, etc., performed a much more severe and destructive attack.

The Malay Archipelago which became a trading area and a well known area for "spices" and all sorts of products of the soil and marine technology had become an area of intense rivalry as a consequence. The greed for double profits by the Western traders transformed the style of political power by colonisation. One by one the trading centres and the Islam influenced sites fell.into the hands of the colonisers, bringing a new administration and a military presence to reinforce it.

To strengthen their economy, the colonial powers (the British in particular) in the Peninsular Malaysia and Singapore brought in many labourers from India and China so as to constitute a political problem, which is still with us. Problems of immigration, citizenship, special rights (Malays and indigenous), language, culture and economy became political issues that led to a certain amount of nationalistic touchiness.

The fall of the Malacca sultanate to the Portuguese in 1511 was the beginning of colonisation on the Peninsula, that is, the breakdown of Malay political authority in this part of the world and the beginning of a setback to the spread of Islam. From Malacca the colonisers seized all administrative functions that were typically Islamic. The people had to endure a number of disturbing experiences, and to witness some of their number cooperating with the colonisers for their own personal gain.

The role of the ulama' was compromised for as time went on, they were weakened by the formation of various 'religious councils' on the pretext, in the colonial period, of preserving Malay customs and the Islamic religion. However, as can be seen from the Acts establishing these Councils their main function was to limit the role of Islam to purely personal matters. For their part the British promised they would not intervene in matters pertaining to Islam or Malay traditional practices. However, the separation of religion from the practical affairs of government and law was, in itself, an interference in matters pertaining to Islam. The ulama' whose previous function had been to advise and attend to state requirements were now replaced by a British Advisor or British Resident and the role of the ulama' became purely "religious" in the narrow sense.

Another effect was the opportunity for the Christian religion to establish itself in a number of areas in these districts and Christianise the native population. Schools and churches were opened once cooperation was secured from colonial officials. The Chinese and Indians who were brought to the Peninsula - Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei - became the middlemen and were given protection. Many of them entered schools belonging to Christian organisations and subsequently became Christians themselves. But for Malays it could be said they were "out" as far as Christian eligibility was concerned, and it was simply on that account that they were disparaged by the colonisers either on religious grounds or because they were said to be unskilled in basic human needs.

The colonisers' policy and political game consisted in restricting the natural growth of the indigenous people so that in many spheres of activity they were hobbled or rendered ineffectual. Strict adherence to Islam was not so firm or so uniform throughout Peninsular Malaya particularly as the education policy gave advancement in the British system to those educated in colonial schools. Thus was produced a generation of Muslim bureaucrats who were 'westernised' and 'secularised'.
 

Ubudiah Mosque is well known mosque in Malaysia, located in Kuala Kangsar.

Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Mosque at Shah Alam, Selangor. The largest mosque in Malaysia.

 Masjid Putra in, Putrajaya

A very costly mosque located in Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia. Plates of mirror-like materials on the building reflect sunlight giving it a beautiful appearance. A unique architect's triumph by itself. 

 

Seri Perdana Bridge and the Putra Mosque (the pink mosque), or Masjid Putra in Malay language

                   Sultan Ahmad Shah mosque, Kuantan, Pahang, Malaysia

Masjid Kristal, Taman Tamadun Islam, Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia 

                  Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah mosque at dusk - Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia
-The 2nd biggest mosque in SouthEast Asia and 2nd tallest mosque minarets in the world

 

National Day Parade,Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Members from Ministry of Tourism Malaysia taking part in National Day parade, celebrating the 51st anniversary of independence, in Kuala Lumpur August 31, 2008 

51st Merdeka (independence Day) Celebrations in Dataran Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur. 

 

 Islamic Centers and Organizations

INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY MALAYSIA, Kuala Lumpur, WILAYAH PERSEKUTUAN
Phone: 03-61955059

International Islamic University Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Selangor
URL: www.iiu.edu.my   Phone: +603- 6196 4000

Islamic Bank Malaysia Berhad, Kuala Lumpur, W. Persekutuan
Phone: 603 226168000

Al Amin Education Center, Kuala Lumpur
Phone: 03 -4151 6157

Al-Mizan Mosque, Kerteh, Terengganu
Phone: 09 8262943

Masjid Negara, Kuala Lumpur
URL: http://www.islam.gov.my/mn/   Phone: 603-26937784

Al-Husna Indah Enterprise, Kuala Lumpur, Jalan Gombak
Phone: 603-4021 7986

AljaleeluSyafi Enterprise, Alor Star, Kedah
URL: http://www.islamhall.com   Phone: 604-7142835

Madrasah al Hidayah, Seksyen 11, Shah Alam, Selangor D. E.
Phone: Chairman:012-3177844

PERTUBUHAN JAMAAH ISLAH MALAYSIA (JIM), Kuala Lumpur
URL: http://www.jim.org.my   Phone: 006-03-41089669

agemcy insan msera, Kuantan
  Agensi Saba Takaful Nasional Sdn Bhd., Ipoh
  Al Amin Education Center, Kuala Lumpur
  AL HUNAFA, Kuala Lumpur
  AljaleeluSyafi Enterprise, Alor Star
  ASDAF, Kuala Lumpor
  Association of Islamic Banking Institutions Malaysia (AIBIM), Kuala Lumpur
  Bank Rakyat, Kedah
  Bank Rakyat, Kedah
  Bosra Online University, Kuala Lumpur
  De' Qamar Wedding Collection, Sitiawan
  Department Of Islamic Development Malaysia, Persekutuan
  Dewan Muslimat PAS Negeri Kelantan, Kota Bahru
  DEWAN PEMUDA MASJID, Kuala Lumpur
  Gold Rain Resources Sdn Bhd, Seremban
  Harakah Islamiah - HIKMAH, Kuching
  INSTITUSI PENDIDIKAN HIRA', Kuala Lumpur
  Institusi Usrah,Multimedia University, Malacca
  INSTITUTE FOR POLICY RESEARCH, Kuala Lumpur
  INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ISLAMIC THOUGHT MALAYSIA, Kuala Lumpur
  ISLAMIC MEDICAL ASSOCIATION OF MALAYSIA, Kuala Lumpur
  Islamic Outreach ABIM, Kuala Lumpur
  Islamic Party of Malaysia (PAS), Kuala Lumpur
  JAKIM, Kuala Lumpur
  Jamaah Islam Malaysia, Daerah Miri, Miri
  Kelab Mahasiswa Perkim Universiti utara Malaysia, SINTOK
  Khalifah Institute, Ampang
  Kompleks Tabung Haji - Penang, Bayan Lepas
  Lembaga Zakat Selangor (MAIS), Kuala Lumpur
  Madrasah Al Wahidah, Kuantan
  Malaysia Navigator, Kuala Lumpur
  Malaysia Restaurant, Selangor
  MALAYSIAN INDIAN MUSLIM MISSIONARY COUNCIL, Klang
  MALAYSIAN YOUTH COUNCIL, Kuala Lumpur
  MARKAZ ABIM, Kuala Lumpur
  Masjid Chinta Mata, Tenom
  MOVEMENT FOR ISLAMIC CALL, Sandakan
  MTD (PAS) DUN Batu Burok, Kuala Terengganu
  MUSLIM AID - MALAYSIA, Kuala Lumpur
  MUSLIM WELFARE ORGANIZATION ( PERKIM ), Kuala Lumpur
  MUSLIM WORLD LEAGUE, Kuala Lumpur
  Muslimat PAS Kawasan Sik, Sik
  NASYEED.COM, Shah Alam
  NATIONAL UNION OF MUSLIM STUDENTS (PKPIM), Kuala Lumpur
  NET ACCESS SOLUTION & ENGINEERING SDN BHD, Kuala Lumpur
  NuruunAlaNuur Foundation, Petaling
  Parti Islam Se Melaysia (PAS), Kota Kinabalu
  Parti Islam Se-Malaysia (PAS), Kuala Terengganu
  Parti Islam Semalaysia - PAS, Bukit Badong
 
PAS Memperjuangkan Islam, Kedah

  Pasti An-Nur, Kg Bukit Tuku, Batu Karang
  PERTUBUHAN JAMAAH ISLAH MALAYSIA (JIM), Kuala Lumpur
  Pertubuhan Jamaah Islah Malaysia (JIM), Johor Baharu
  Pertubuhan Jamaah Islah Malaysia (JIM), Johor Bahru
  Pertubuhan Kebajikan Al-Nidaa Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur
  RAKAN REMAJA MASJID AT-TAQWA,KAMPUNG BUKIT KAPAR, Kelang
  Raudhoh tahfidz al-quran, Sungai Serai
  Razak Restoran, Kelantan River
  Research & Information Centre on Islam (RICOI), Kuala Lumpur
  Restu Foundation, Shah Alam
  Rufaqa Corp.Sdn.Bhd. Kafeteria Mukmin, Piasau, Miri
  Sarawak Muslim Students' Welfare Association, Kuching
  Surau Al-Islah, Malacca Town
  Surau Ar-Rahman, Kota Tinggi
  SURAU AS-SAAJIDIN, Ipoh
  The International Association of Muslim Psychologists (IAMP), Selangor
 
WAMY OFFICE, Kuala Lumpur

  ABIM, Bangi
  Adequate Launch Training Centre, Shah Alam
  Adni Islamic School, Kuala Lumpur
  AE Books Enterprise, Kota Bahru
  Alumni Kolej Islam (ALKIS), Kuala Lumpur
  AS-SYAKIRIN Shah Alam ( Sekolah Integrasi As-Syakirin), Kuala Lumpur
  Center for Islamic Studies & Social Development, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Johor Bahru
  Centre For Islamic Thought and Understanding (CITU) Universiti Teknologi MARA Segamat Johor, Segamat
  Darul Kautsar, Kota Bahru
  Dzul Iman Kindergarten, Kuala Lumpur
  HIRA Islamic School, Klang
  Institut Kefahaman Islam Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur
  Institut Pengajian Ar-Razi, Penang, Malaysia, Penang
  institut perguruan islam selangor(IPIS), Kuala Lumpur
  INSTITUTE OF ISLAMIC UNDERSTANDING MALAYSIA, Kuala Lumpur
  Intan Junior Cyberkids Club, Hulu Terengganu
  International Islamic College, Kuala Lumpur
  International Islamic School, Kuala Lumpur
  International Islamic University Malaysia, Kuantan
  INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY MALAYSIA, Kuala Lumpur
  International Islamic University Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur
  Islamic National secondary school of kota kinabalu (SM Agama Kota Kinabalu-SMAKK), Kota Kinabalu
  Islamic Primary School, Sri Aman
  Islamic School Dr. Kasaie al-Asyi, Alor Setar
  Islamic Science University of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur
  KAFA Integrasi Al Huda Taman Rasmi Jaya, 68000 Ampang, Ampang
  Kolej MARA Seremban, Seremban
  KOLEJ TEKNOLOGI DARULNAIM, Kota Bharu
  Kolej Teknologi Islam Melaka, Malacca
  Kulliyyah of Islamic Revealed Knowledge and Human Sciences, Kuala Lumpur
  Maahad Tahfiz Anak Yatim Darul Fuqaha, Kuala Lumpur
  Maahad Tarbiyah Islamiah, Pokok Sena
  Maahad Tarbiyah Islamiah Derang, Alor Star
  Madrasah Al Ehsaniah, Ampang
  MADRASAH ISLAHIAH DINIAH MEMALI, Alor Star
  MADRASAH KHAIRIAH ISLAMIAH, Pokok Sena
  MAKTAB RENDAH SAINS MARA, Seremban
  Malay Cultural Society, Nilai
  MARKAZ TARBIYYAH ISLAMIYYAH DARUL BAYAN, Dungun
  masjid Ar-Ridhuan mentakab, Temerloh
  MASJID AS-SYAKIRIN GOMBAK, Kuala Lumpur
  MATRI, Kangar
  Matriculation College Of Johor, Tangkak
  Multimedia University, Malacca
  PASTI Kawasan Dungun, Dungun
  Pasti Nurul Iman, Kuala Lumpur
  Pondok An-Nuur, Kuantan
  Pusat Pendidikan SRI-SMI Berhad (Musleh), Kuala Lumpur
  Raudhoh tahfidz al-quran, Hulu Langat
 
Saz maritime, Kuala Lumpur

  SEK REN ISLAM NURUL HIDAYAH P.ELANG KULIM, Lunas
  SEK. AGAMA BANDAR T6, Kluang
  Sekolah Agama Majlis Islam Sarawak, Kuching
  Sekolah Agama Menegah Rawang ( SAMER ), Rawang
  Sekolah Islam Al-Irsyad Kuantan, Kuantan
  Sekolah islamiah tawau, Tawau
  Sekolah Menengah Agama Persekutuan Labu, Seremban
  Sekolah Menengah Islam Hidayah, Skudai
  Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Agama Maahad Hamidiah, Kuala Lumpur
  Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Kuala Selangor, Kuala Lumpur
  Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Senggarang, Batu Pahat
  Sekolah Menengah Teknik Teluk Intan, Teluk Intan
  SEKOLAH RENDAH AGAMA ISLAH ( SRAI ) PENDANG KEDAH, Alor Star
  Sekolah Rendah Al-Hidayah, Ipoh
  Sekolah Rendah Islam ABIM, Kuantan
  SEKOLAH RENDAH ISLAM DARUL ULUM (SRIDU) ALOR STAR, Alor Star
  Sekolah Rendah Islam Nurul Hidayah P Elang, Kulim
  Sekolah Rendah Islam Pintar, Kuala Terengganu
  SMK PUSA, PUSA, Pusa
  SMS Muzaffar Syah (MOZAC), Malacca
  Srihira Education Center, Shah Alam
  Sultan Ismail Petra International Islamic College, Kota Bahru
  The Little Caliphs Kindergarten Network, Shah Alam
  Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka, Malacca
 
University Technology MARA, Selangor

  Al Azim, Melaka
  AL KHAIRIAH, MOSQUE, Sitiawan
  Al-Dzilal Mosque, Keningau
  Al-Falakh Mosque, Subang Jaya
  AL-HUDA, Surau (Jumaat) Darul Huda, Kuala Lumpur
  Al-Imam Ash-Shafie, Mosque, Kuala Lumpor
  Al-Mizan Mosque, Kerteh
  Block 29 Mosque, Rawang
  Curtin Musolla, Lutong
  ISTIQAMAH MUSOLLA, Kuala Lumpur
  Jabatan Agama Islam Perak, Tapah Road
  JAKIM, Putrajaya
  Jalan Masjid, Kuala Lumpur
  Jame' Al-huda, Kulim
  Jamek Mosque of Kubang Semang, Bukit Mertajam
  Madrasah al Hidayah, Seksyen 11, Shah Alam
  Madrasah Al Islamiah Kampung Simee,, Ipoh
  Madrasah Irsyadiah, Bagan Datoh
  MADRASAH KUBUR KOLAM, Pasir Mas
  MADRASATUN - NAJAH KG RAPAT JAYA IPOH, Ipoh
  Masjed-hidayah, Cyberjaya
  Masji As-syarif, Meru
  Masji Jamek Lenggong, Lenggong
  Masjid Al Falahk. Usj 9., Selangor
  Masjid Abu Bakar Temerloh, Temerloh
  Masjid Air Hitam Darat, Melaka
  Masjid Air Hitam Pantai, Melaka
  Masjid Air Limau,, Melaka
  Masjid Air Merbau, Melaka
  Masjid Air Molek, Melaka
  Masjid al alami MITC ayer keroh, Malacca
  Masjid Al Falakh, Kuala
  Masjid Al Hidayah, Kuantan
  Masjid Al i'tisam TTDI Jaya, Selangor
  Masjid Al Istiqamah, Kayangan Heights, Shah Alam
  Masjid Al Kahar, Penang
  Masjid Al Karamah, Kota Bahru
  Masjid Al Kauthar Tawau, Tawau
  Masjid Al Muhtadin, Kuala Lumpur
  Masjid Al Mukminun, Subang Jaya
  MASJID AL MUKTAFI BILLAH SHAH, Dungun
  Masjid Al Raudhah, Lahad Datu
  Masjid Al-Amaniah, Kota Bahru
  Masjid Al-Ansar, Permas Jaya, Johor Bahru
  Masjid Al-Ariffin, Kangar
  Masjid Al-Azhariah, Shah Alam
  Masjid Al-Azim, Melaka
  Masjid Al-Ehsan, Melaka
  Masjid Al-Hana, Lang Kavi Sound
 
Masjid Al-Hasanah, Bangi

  Masjid Al-Hikmah UiTM Lendu, Malacca
  Masjid Al-Huda, Penang
  Masjid al-Huda (Sg. Ara), Bayan Lepas
  Masjid al-Ittifaq, Bayan Lepas
  MASJID AL-MUHAMMADI, Kota Bharu
  Masjid Al-Muhtadhin, Sik
  Masjid Al-Mujahadah, Kota Tinggi
  masjid al-muttaqin, Kulim
  Masjid Al-Muttaqin Lundang, Kota Bahru
  Masjid Al-Nur, Kota Tinggi
  MASJID AL-QADIM, Sibu
  Masjid Al-Quds, Seremban
  Masjid Al-Rahimah, Klang
  Masjid AlBakri, Shah Alam
  Masjid Almuttaqim, Sarawak Negeri
  MASJID ALQUDDUS, Kota Bahru
  Masjid An Nur, Tanjong Berembang
  Masjid An' Nur, Laboean
  MASJID AN-NUR, Rawang
  Masjid An-Nur, Shah Alam
  Masjid Ar-Rahim Kampung Jawa Sumbiling, Tenom
  Masjid Ar-Rahman, Johor Baharu
  Masjid Ar-Raudah, Mawai
  Masjid as saadah kg selabak, Kampong Selabak
  Masjid As Shuhada, Melaka
  Masjid As Syakirin, Kuala Lumpor
  Masjid As-Syakirin, Maran
  Masjid As-Syakirin, Maran
  Masjid Asahan, Melaka
  MASJID ASSYAKIRIN,, Bintulu
  Masjid At Taqwa, Bukit Kapar
  Masjid At Taqwa, Kuching
  Masjid At Taqwa, Miri
  MASJID AT TAQWA, Kuantan
  MASJID AT TAQWA PEKAN, Pekan
  Masjid At Taqwa Selayang Baru, Selangor
  Masjid At Taqwa, IKBN, Pagoh, Pagoh
  Masjid Ayer Pa abas, Melaka
  Masjid Bahagian Kuching, Kuching
  Masjid Bandar Hilir, Melaka
  Masjid Bandar Kinrara, Puchong
  Masjid Bandar Tangkak, Tangkak
  Masjid Bandaraya Kota Kinabalu, Kota Kinabalu
  Masjid Batang Tiga, Melaka
  Masjid Batu Berendam, Melaka
  Masjid Batu Gajah, Melaka
  Masjid Bayan Baru, Bayan Lepas
  Masjid Bayan Lepas, Bayan Lepas
  Masjid Belimbing Dalam,, Melaka
 
Masjid Bertam Malim, Melaka

  Masjid Bohor Empiang, Kangar
  Masjid Bukit Baru, Melaka
  Masjid Bukit Beruang, Melaka
  Masjid Bukit China, Melaka
  Masjid Bukit Darat, Melaka
  Masjid Bukit Gedung, Melaka
  Masjid Bukit Kecil Paya Dalam, Melaka
  Masjid Bukit Nibong, Melaka
  Masjid Bukit Pegoh, Melaka
  Masjid Bukit Piatu, Melaka
  Masjid Bukit Rambai, Melaka
  Masjid Cenderah, Melaka
  Masjid Chabau, Melaka
  Masjid Chinchin, Melaka
  Masjid daerah taiping, Taipeng
  Masjid Darul Ehsan, Subang Jaya
  Masjid Darul Ehsan, Miri
  Masjid Darul hasanah, Kuala Lundu
  MASJID DARUL IKHWAN, Kuching
  Masjid Darul Taqwa Sri Aman, Sri Aman
  Masjid Durian Daun,, Melaka
  Masjid Durian Tunggal, Durian Tunggal
  Masjid Felda Batu 8, Changlun
  Masjid Felda Bukit Senggeh, Melaka
  Masjid Felda Kemendor, Melaka
  Masjid Hidayah Seksyen 18, Shah Alam
  Masjid Ibnu Salam, Ipoh
  Masjid India Muslim Ipoh, Ipoh
  Masjid Intan Zaharah, Dungun
  Masjid Ismail Petra, Tanah Merah
  Masjid Ismailiah, tumpat
  Masjid ITM Lendu,, Melaka
  Masjid Jame Jalan Haji Manan, Kluang
  Masjid Jame Muar, Muar
  masjid jame', Segamat
  Masjid Jame' Kajang, Kajang
  Masjid Jame' Mat Saman, Sungai Ramal, Kajang
  Masjid Jame' Sultan Hiranuddin, Sobak Bernam
  Masjid Jameatus Solehah Pekan Dengkil, Dengkil Oil Palm Plantation
  Masjid Jamek Al Falah, Kajang
  Masjid Jamek Al Huda, Ampang
  Masjid Jamek Alma Jaya, Bukit Mertajam
  Masjid Jamek Alor Gajah, Malacca
  Masjid Jamek An-Nur, Labuan
  Masjid Jamek Badlishah, Pekan Yan., Yan
  Masjid Jamek Bandar Baru Seri Petaling, Kuala Lumpur
  Masjid Jamek Bandar Kulai, Kulai
  Masjid Jamek Beserah, Kuala
  Masjid Jamek Bkt Kangkar, Bukit Kangkar
 
Masjid Jamek Bukit Indah, Ampang

Masjid Jamek Dato Bentara Luar, Batu Pahat
  Masjid Jamek Jasin, Melaka
  Masjid jamek kampung baru alma, Bukit Mertajam
  Masjid Jamek Kemasik, Kemasik
  MASJID JAMEK KG. MELAYU, Ipoh
  Masjid Jamek Kijal & Masjid Jamek Beris Meraga, Kijal
  MASJID JAMEK KLUANG, Kluang
  Masjid Jamek Kubang Semang, Penanti
  Masjid Jamek Matang gerdu, Matang Gerdu
  Masjid Jamek Merlimau, Melaka
  MASJID JAMEK NURUL IMAN, KLUANG
  Masjid Jamek Parit Bharu, Parit Bahru
  Masjid Jamek Pasir Gudang, Pasir Gudang
  Masjid Jamek Pekan,, Melaka
  Masjid Jamek Sg. Tiram, Bayan Lepas
  Masjid Jamek Simapng Rengam, Simpang Rengam
  Masjid Jamek Simpang Empat Permatang Buloh, Kepala Batas
  Masjid Jamek Sri Petaling, Sri Petaling
  Masjid Jamek Sungai Besi, Sungai Besi
  Masjid Jamek Tanjong Malim, Tanjong Malim
  Masjid Jamek UTHM, Batu Pahat
  MASJID JAMIK CHEMOR, Chemor
  Masjid Jamik Sultan Abdul Aziz, Petaling Jaya
  Masjid Jamiul Badawi, Kepala Batas
  Masjid Kampong Padang, Melaka
  Masjid Kampong Payamas, Tangkak
  Masjid Kampong Salor, Kampong Salor
  Masjid Kampung Baru, Kuala Lumpur
  Masjid Kampung Baru Bukit Bulat,, Melaka
  Masjid Kampung Baru KSB, Melaka
  Masjid Kampung Berisu, Melaka
  Masjid Kampung Cheng, Melaka
  Masjid Kampung Duyung, Melaka
  Masjid Kampung Gangsa, Melaka
  Masjid Kampung Gelam, Melaka
  Masjid Kampung Hulu, Melaka
  Masjid Kampung Kerubung, Melaka
  Masjid Kampung Pulai, Melaka
  Masjid Kampung Sesapan Batu Rembau, Beranang
  Masjid Kampung Sireh, Kota Bharu
  Masjid Kampung Sireh, Kota Bahru
  Masjid Kampung Tasek, Tasek
  Masjid Kampung Tehel, Melaka
  Masjid Kampung Tun Abdul Razak, Melaka
  Masjid Kandang, Melaka
  Masjid Kariah , Gemas
  Masjid kariah kampung gentam, Kuala Pilah
  Masjid Kariah Kampung Paya, Port Dickson
  Masjid Kelemak, Melaka
 
Masjid Kemuning,, Melaka

  Masjid Kesang Luar, Melaka
  Masjid ketereh, Kota Bahru
  Masjid Kg Bukit Tuku, Batu Karang
  Masjid Kg Kuala Penor, Kuantan
  Masjid Kg Pendamar, Port Kelang
  Masjid Kg Raja Uda, Port Klang, Port Swettenham
  Masjid Kg Simpang Lima Pekan, Muar
  masjid kg.gemang, Kota Bahru
  Masjid Kg.Teliar, Kota Bahru
  Masjid Khairiah Kg Sitiawan, Sitiawan
  Masjid Klebang Besar, Melaka
  Masjid Kota, Kota Bahru
  Masjid Kuala Ina, Melaka
  Masjid Kuala Linggi, Melaka
  Masjid KUSZA, Kuala Terengganu
  Masjid Lama Bandar Taiping, Taiping
  Masjid Lama Sungai Bakap, Sungai Bakap
  masjid lama sura, Dungun
  Masjid Lama Sura, Dungun
  Masjid Lubok China, Melaka
  Masjid Maa'mor, Kulim
  Masjid Mardi, Serdang
  Masjid Melaka Pindah, Melaka
  Masjid Melekek Dalam, Melaka
  Masjid Melekek Luar, Melaka
  Masjid Muhammadi, Kota Bahru
  Masjid Mukim Panchor, Kota Bahru
  MASJID MUKIM TETRUSAN, Kota Bahru
  Masjid Negara, Kuala
  Masjid Negara, Kuala Lumpur
  Masjid Negeri Al Azim, Malacca
  MASJID NEGERI PERLIS, Arau
  Masjid Negeri Sultan Ahmad Shah I, Pahang
  MASJID NURUL HUDA, Baling
  masjid nurul ihsan,, Alor Star
  Masjid Omar Zuhdi, Baling
  Masjid padang kubu, Padang Kubu
  Masjid Padang Sebang Tampin, Melaka
  Masjid Padang Temu, Melaka
  Masjid Pangkalan Balak, Melaka
  Masjid Pangkalan Minyak, Melaka
  Masjid Panglima Perang, Kuantan
  Masjid Pantai Kundur, Melaka
  Masjid Pantai Rombang, Melaka
  Masjid Pantai Tanah Merah, Melaka
  Masjid Parit Gantong, Melaka
  Masjid Parit Melana, Melaka
  Masjid Pasir Puteh, Melaka
  Masjid Paya Lada, Kota Bahru
 
Masjid Paya Mengkuang, Melaka

  Masjid Paya Redan, Melaka
  Masjid Pekan Beaufort, Beaufort
  Masjid Pekan Bukit Payong, Bukit Payong
  Masjid Pekan Pendang, Pendang
  Masjid Pekan Sungai Rambai, Melaka
  Masjid Pengkalan Batu, Melaka
  Masjid Pengkalan Renggam, Melaka
  Masjid Peringgit, Melaka
  Masjid Permatang Pasir Alai, Melaka
  Masjid Pokok Asam, Melaka
  Masjid Proton, Shah Alam
  Masjid Pulau Sebang, Melaka
  Masjid Putra Simpang Ampat, Simpang Ampat
  Masjid Raja Bukit Besar, K.Terengganu, Kuala Terengganu
  Masjid Ramuan China Kechil,, Melaka
  Masjid Rumbia,, Melaka
  Masjid Rusila, Terengganu
  Masjid Saidina Ali, Bukit Sekilau, Kuantan
  Masjid Saiyyidina Umar Al-Khattab Cenderawasih, Kuantan
  Masjid seberang jaya, Butterworth
  Masjid Seberang Kastam, Jerteh
  Masjid Selandar, Melaka
  Masjid Semabok, Melaka
  Masjid Sempang Empat,, Melaka
  Masjid Sempang Kerayong, Melaka
  Masjid Seri Minyak, Melaka
  Masjid Sg. Nibong (Besar), Bayan Lepas
  Masjid Solok Duku,, Melaka
  Masjid Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah, (State Mosque), Shah Alam
  Masjid Sultan Abdul Jalil, Kuala Kangsar
  Masjid sultan ahmad, Kuantan
  Masjid Sultan Ahmad, Chukai
  Masjid Sultan Ahmad Shah, Jengka, Jengka Forest Reserve
  Masjid Sultan Ismail, Batu Pahat
  Masjid Sultan Ismail Petra, Kota Bahru
  Masjid Sultan Ismail Petra, Kubang Kerian
  Masjid Sultan Ismail UTM, Skudai, Johor
  Masjid Sultan Ismail, University Technology Malaysia, Skudai
  Masjid Sultan Mahmud, Kuala Lipis
  Masjid Sultan Yusuf, Ipoh
  Masjid Sungai Balai Darat, Simpang Ampat Rungkup
  Masjid Sungai Buluh,, Melaka
  Masjid Sungai Petai, Melaka
  Masjid Sungai Siput, Melaka
  Masjid Sungai Udang, Melaka
  MASJID SUNGAI UDANG 23000 DUNGUN, Dungun
  Masjid Tambak Balai Panjang, Melaka
  Masjid Tampoi, Melaka
  Masjid Tanah Merah, Melaka
 
Masjid Tangga Batu Kecil, Melaka

  Masjid Tangga Batu Pekan, Melaka
  Masjid Tanjong Bidara, Melaka
  Masjid Tanjung Keling, Melaka
  Masjid Tanjung Rimau, Melaka
  Masjid Tedong, Melaka
  MASJID TELEKOM, Taiping
  Masjid Telipot, Kota Bahru
  Masjid Telok Mas, Melaka
  Masjid Tengah, Melaka
  Masjid Tengah Berapit, Bukit Mertajam, Bukit Mertajam
  Masjid Tengkera, Melaka
  Masjid Tengku, Kuala Terengganu
  Masjid Tengku Menteri, Matang
  Masjid Terentang, Melaka
  Masjid Tok Janggut, Malacca
  Masjid Tok Janggut, Paya Rumput, Melaka
  Masjid Tok Ku Tuan Besar, Kuala Terengganu
  Masjid Tok Pulai Chondong,, Kota Bahru
  Masjid Tua Nyalas, Melaka
  Masjid Tunku Besar, Tampin
  Masjid Ujong Pasir, Melaka
  Masjid Umbai, Melaka
  Masjid Universiti Telekom, Melaka
  Masjid UPM, Serdang
  Masjid Wakaf Tembesu, Kuala Terengganu
  Masjid Zahir, Alor Star
  MASJID ZAINAL ABIDIN, Skudai
  Mesjid An` Naim Lutong, Miri
  MESJID AR RAHMAN KG KERINCHI KL, Kuala Lumpur
  Mesjid Sultan Abu Bakar,Muar, Johor
  Mesjid Tengku Puan Habsah, Sungai Petani
  Mosque, Air Kuning
  mosque, Dengkil Oil Palm Plantation
  Mosques Jasin, Jasin
  MUKAH MOSQUE, Mukah
  Negeri Sembilan State Mosque, Seremban
  Perastuan penduduk Islam, Bandar Bukit Tinggi Kelang, Kelang
  Public Works Department, Sungai Buloh
  PUSAT DIALISIS DAN KESIHATAN, MASJID BBU, Johor Baharu
  Pusat Islam, Kuala
  Pusat Islam Politeknik Kota Kinabalu, Kota Kinabalu
  Pusat Islam, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Serdang Lama
  Putra Mosque, Putrajaya
  Rakan Solat,Surau At-Taqwa, Ipoh
  Sultan Ahmad Mosque, Jalan Penghiburan, Cukai, Kemaman
  Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Mosque, Raub
  Sungai Udang Mosque, Dungun
  Surau Al Falahiah Taman Kucai, Kulim
  Surau Al-Mukhlisin, Temerloh
 
Surau An-Nur, Bangi

  Surau Ar-Rahman, Rawang
  Surau At-Taqwa,Taman Merdeka,SELAMA., Ipoh
  Surau At-Toyyibah, Puchong
  Surau AtTaqwa, Kampung Parit Kalong Gantung, Senggarang, Batu Pahat
  Surau Nurul Iman, Taman Sri Sentosa, Kuala
  Surau PAKR Kempadang Perdana, Kuantan
  SURAU PERKHIDMATAN KJC, Kuala Lumpur
  SURAU RRM PERMATANG BADAK, Kuantan
  Surau Taman Meru Fasa 3C, Ipoh
  Surau Taman Scientex Casuarina, Pasir Gudang
  SURAU UBUDIAH, Kuala Lumpur
  Surau Utama-Bakti, Mutiara Rini, Johor
  Surau/madrasah, Bukit Mertajam
  Teluk Kalong Mosque, Kemaman
  UKM Mosque, Bangi
  Unit Pengurusan Masjid Unimas, Kuching
  UNITEN Mosque, Bangi
  Universiti Teknologi Petronas, Tronoh
 
مسجد تون عبد العزيزTun Abdul Aziz, Petaling Jaya

 

   Muslim Owned Business

A.E. Marine Sdn. Bhd., Lumut
  ABLE SCAPES (M) SDN BHD, Kuala Lumpur
  ACTIVE Business Communication (IP0216173W), Ipoh
  Adnan Mohamed Nor, Kuala Langat
  AGENSI SPB, Alor Star
  Akhbar Restaurant, Selangor
  Al Falah, Kuala Lumpur
  Al-Husna Indah Enterprise, Kuala Lumpur
  Al-Tasneem Sdn Bhd, Kuala Lumpur
  AL-UMM ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION SDN BHD, Kluang
  AL-UMM Engineering and Construction Sdn Bhd, Kluang
  Alai Baru Restoren, Wilayah Persekutuan
  Alam Jaya - Kumon Method of Learning., Kuala Lumpur
  Alam Mesra, Taiping
  AlBarqy Language Center, Kota Bahru
  Aleaf Asia Sdn Bhd, Kuala Lumpur
  Alwan Sdn Bhd, Kuala Lumpur
  AmalMerge (M) Sdn. Bhd., Kuala Lumpor
  Amalroof Land. Sdn. Bhd., Kuala Lumpur
  AMAT G2 enterprise, Alor Star
  ANC GLOBAL (M) SDN BHD, Shah Alam
  Anna Management Services, Kota Bharu
  ANSAR Management & Services, Johor Bahru
  ANSASA TRADING SDN BHD, Penang
  ANZ ENGINEERING SDN. BHD., Chukai
  Apple Management Sdn.Bhd, Kuala Lumpur
  Araaf Technologies Sdn Bhd, Kuala Lumpur
  Armada Travel & Tours Sdn. Bhd, Langkawi
  As'syura Kafe, Bandar Tasik Puteri, Rawang
  As-Syafiie Library/Bookstore, Miri
  Asarman Trading Sdn Bhd, Kuala Terengganu
  asSaffa Design Practice, Kuala Lumpur
  Awal Padu (M) Sdn Bhd, Kuala Lumpur
  Ayamas Convenience Stores Sdn Bhd, Seremban
  Ayamas Convenience Stores Sdn Bhd, Melaka
  Ayamas Convenience Stores Sdn Bhd, Kedah
  Ayamas Convenience Stores Sdn Bhd, Pulau Pinang
  Ayamas Convenience Stores Sdn Bhd, Pahang
  Ayamas Convenience Stores Sdn Bhd, Johor
  Ayamas Convenience Stores Sdn Bhd, Kuala Lumpur
  AZ Sales & Services, Bangi
  AZAHAR CAFE SEAFOOD RESTAURANT, Balik Pulau
  B! Planners Financial Consultants, Kuala Lumpur
  BAHRAZ SDN BHD (INTERIOR RENOVATOR), Kuala Lumpur
  Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad (BIMB), Bayan Lepas
  Bank Kerjasama Rakyat Malaysia, Kedah
  Bank Rakyat, Kedah
  Barakath Restoran, Sabah
  Bibi Chik Restaurant, Selangor
 
BizUmmah.com, Kuala Lumpur

Black & Brown Resources Sdn. Bhd, Kuala Lumpur
  Bota Homeopathic Centra, Ipoh
  Bridge Cafe, Bangi
  BSMharta consulting, Kuantan
  Bumi Hijau Food Industries Sdn. Bhd., Malaysia
  Business Information Technology (M) Sdn Bhd, Kuala Lumpur
  Cafe Institut Latihan Sultan Ahmad Shah, Putrajaya
  Caidmark Sdn Bhd, Damansara
  Colinno Hair Cosmetics Sdn. Bhd., Selangor
  Commissioning and Maintenance Services Sdn Bhd, Selangor
  Company Registration, Kuala Lumpur
  Concorde Systems Sdn Bhd, Kuala Lumpur
  DELI WANGSA SDN BHD, Kuala Lumpur
  Domino's Pizza, Johor
  Dr Clean Laundry and Dry Cleaning Services - TTDI Jaya, Shah Alam
  Dr. Kamarudin, Md. Nor, Johor
  Dr. Mohamed, Abdul Majid, Kuala Lumpur
  Dr. Mohamed, Azhari bin, Kuala Lumpur
  Dr. Yusoff, Mohd Yunus, Kuala Lumpur
  Dr.Abd Hamid Mat Sain Medical & Surgical Specialist Clinic, ColumbiaAsia Medical Centre,
  Dr.Abu, Samad HJ, Kuala Lumpur
  Dr.Jamil, Hasan bin, Kuala Lumpur
  Dual Empire Sdn Bhd, Johor
  Dual Empire Sdn Bhd, Pulau Pinang
  Dual Empire Sdn. Bhd., Kuala Lumpur
  eagle swipe sdn bhd, Machap
  eKhidmat ICT Consulting & Procurement, Bayan Lepas
  Elmaar Resources Sdn Bhd, Kuala Lumpur
  Enviro Event Sdn Bhd, Kuala Lumpur
  Erasoft Management & Services, Kuala Lumpur
  ERDZ DOT COM, Puchong
  Esmady Dental Surgery, Putrajaya
  Fajaria Cafe, Miri
  FARMASI BAHAGIA, Kota Tinggi
  Farmasi PharmaCARE, Kuala Lumpur
  Fierce Curry House, Wilayah Persekutuan
  fortuna management & services, Johor
  Fullcontact ICT Sdn Bhd, Penang
  Fusipim Sdn Bhd/Fu Frozen Enterprise, Selangor
  GlobalPro Training & Development, Kuala Lumpur
  H2O Fuel System, Melaka
  Ha yu tradinng, Kuala Lumpur
  HALASURIA (M) SDN BHD, Kuala Lumpur
  Halia Trading House, Malacca
  HALIL SETOR, Kampong Melayu
  HALIL SETOR, Ayer Itam
  Hamzah Abdul Ghani, Kemaman
  Hanan Network, Kuala Lumpur
  HANI ENTERPRISE, PENANG, MALAYSIA, Penang Island
  HARMONI SEJATI ENTERPRISE, Nibong Tebal
 

  Harum Herbalcare, Kuching
  Hasani Management & Consultancy SDN. BHD., Sungai Petani
  Hijrahmedia Dot Com, Kuala Lumpur
  HLM NETWORK CORPORATION SDN. BHD, Kota Bahru
  Husna cafe, Kuching
  I-protocol Ventures Sdn. Bhd, Bangi
  I-SCM Solutions SDN.BHD, Johor Baharu
  IDRIS/ZAREDAH, Kuala Lumpur
  IG Concept Sdn Bhd, Bangi
  IKATAN UMMAH ENTERPRISE, Segamat
  Intelligent Automotive Centre, Kuantan
  Intestmal Corporation Sdn Bhd, Kuala Lumpur
  Islamic Bank Malaysia Berhad, Kuala Lumpur
  Islamic Restaurant, Sabah
  Ixora Designs, Kuala Lumpur
  JAD SERVICES AND ENTERPRISE, Kuala Terengganu
  Jalen Sdn Bhd, Johor
  Jaytron Enterprise, Kuala Lumpur
  Jonker Street Restaurant, Wilayah Persekutuan
  Jubilee Restaurant, Kuching
  Just Tech Enterprise, Dungun
  KasehDia Sdn Bhd, Kuala Lumpur
  Kay Herbs Industries, Pasir Puteh
  Kedai Kek New Zealand Confectionery, Kuala Lumpur
  Kedai Perantau Online - Malaysia Halal Groceries, Kuala Lumpur
  Kedai Runcit Mat Jari Che Jah, Batu Karang
  Kelawei Curry Fish Head, Pulau Pinang
  Kenny Rogers Roasters, Ipoh
  Kenny Rogers Roasters Restaurant, Kedah
  Kenny Rogers Roasters Restaurant, Kuala Lumpur
  Kg Pastry marketing Sdn Bhd, Selangor
  Khan & Sons PVT Ltd, Penang
  KIJANG LARA SDN BHD, Kuala Lumpur
  Kim Guan Restaurant, Johor
  Kohimaran impex(M) sdn bhd, KUALA
  KRIM Network Sdn Bhd, Kuala Terengganu
  Kumpulan Barkath, Penang
  L'Shira Food Industries (M) Sdn Bhd, Kuala Lumpur
  Little Ones Eduworld Sdn Bhd, Kuala Lumpur
  Lunas Perfect, Alor Star
  luxurystarsdn.bhd, Seremban
  M.A.C. Technology(M) SDN.BHD., Seremban
  MAHLIGAI SELERA, Selangor
  Maju Pulai Restoran, Tanah Merah
  Mak Teh Restoran, Kedah
  Makin Marak Sdn Bhd, Kerteh
  MalaysianBikeTrader, Shah Alam
  MAN QANA SDN. BHD., Kuala Lumpur
  Marimas Sdn Bhd, Kuantan
 
Marrybrown Fried Chicken Sdn. Bhd, Nilai

  Marrybrown Fried Chicken Sdn. Bhd, Melaka
  Marrybrown Fried Chicken Sdn. Bhd., Johor
  Marrybrown Fried Chicken Sdn. Bhd., Pahang
  Masjid Batang Melaka, Melaka
  Masjid Batu 5,, Kangar
  MazDev Fishing & Boat tours, Langkawi
  Mecosoft Systems Malaysia Sdn.Bhd., Kuala
  Mega Computer Solutions, Kuala Lumpur
  Mohamedia Restaurant, Sabah
  Mohammed Selamat Madom, Kluang
  MonsoonRain Sdn Bhd, Kuala Lumpur
  Moriyoshi Foods (M) Sdn Bhd, Kuala Lumpur
  Motivishoppe, Rawang
  MRSA Bridal & Cafe, Gadong
  Mummys Kitchen, Melaka
  Muslim restaurant, Pahang
  Muslimah Beauty Shoppe Malaysia, Kuantan
  Mysportscorner2u, Kuala Lumpur
  Mystical world of Margajebat, Putrajaya
  Nadi Iman Medical, Shah Alam
  Nadie Sakura E-Shop, Klang
  Nagajati Food Sdn. Bhd., Selangor
  NAGASTEEL EQUIPMENT SDN. BHD., Kuala Lumpur
  Nando's Restaurant, Kuala Lumpur
  Nanya Beverage Enterprise, Kuala Lumpur
  Nasi Kandar Al-Ameen, Kuala Lumpur
  Now & Forever Bridal Center, Seremban
  Nur Aflah Publishers, Melaka
  Our Holiday Home, Kuantan
  PANDAN UTAMA SDN BHD, Alor Star
  pc niaga komputer, Sungai Petani
  Pelima Properties Sendirian berhad, Kuala Lumpur
  Perabot Just, Kajang
  PERCETAKAN SELASEH SDN. BHD, Kuala Lumpur
  PERCETAKAN SIARAN SDN BHD, Alor Star
  Permai Inn Kuala Terengganu, Kuala Terengganu
  Permintex Holdings Sdn. Bhd., Jitra
  PERNIAGAAN EM SHUIB, Kuala Lumpur
  PERNIAGAAN HALEEMA, Sitiawan
  PERNIAGAAN MOHYSA, Ipoh
  Polar Town Sdn Bhd, Malacca
  Polo Cafe, Ipoh
  PuBel Berhad, Kuala Lumpur
  Putra Specialist Hospital, Melaka
  PutraLife Consulting, Kuala Lumpur
  PutraSoft® myName® -- Software for Exploring Muslim Baby Names., Kuala Lumpur
  Qanaah Management & Services, Kuantan
  qausar optometrist, Batu Caves
  RA - PPB (Top) Retail Sdn. Bhd, Johor
 
RA - PPB (Top) Retail Sdn. Bhd, Seremban

RA - PPB (Top) Retail Sdn. Bhd, Kuala Lumpur
  Rahmat Cafe, Kuching
  Ramzan Restaurant, Penang
  RAS CONTAINER SERVICES SDN BHD, Klang
  RASHA UTARA ENTERPRISE, Sungai Jagong
  Rawatan Homeopathy As-Shifa, Selangor
  Raymond-Yusmadi & Partners, Kuala Lumpur
  Rembau Restaurant, Negeri Sembilan
  Restaurant Bunga Raya, Ipoh
  Restaurant Capati Medan Gopeng, Ipoh
  restaurant yusoff, Seremban
  RESTAURENT TAJ, Malacca
  Restoran A K Mohamed, Pahang
  Restoran Al-Ehsan, Selangor
  Restoran Al-samura sdn.bhd, Kuala Lumpur
  Restoran Ali, Pahang
  Restoran Anuja, Wilayah Persekutuan
  Restoran Azizur Rehman, Miri
  Restoran Berkat (Shah Alam), Selangor
  Restoran Bismi, Miri
  Restoran Bismillah, Sabah
  Restoran Damansara, Wilayah Persekutuan
  Restoran Darul Ehsan, Selangor
  Restoran De'Mama, Sitiawan
  Restoran Ehsan, Pahang
  Restoran Fairuz, Miri
  Restoran Faizal, Wilayah Persekutuan
  Restoran Farlini, Kedah
  Restoran Halaman, Pahang
  Restoran Hameed, Wilayah Persekutuan
  Restoran Hamid Shah, Wilayah Persekutuan
  Restoran Hanifa, Wilayah Persekutuan
  Restoran HMG Ajmeer, Penang
  Restoran Kader, Wilayah Persekutuan
  Restoran Lagenda, Malacca
  Restoran Makanan Islam, Pahang
  Restoran Mohamed Ibrahim, Port Klang
  Restoran Muhibah, Penang
  RESTORAN NAJATH, Bentong Town
  RESTORAN NASI KANDAR SUBAIDAH (M) SDN.BHD, Penang
  Restoran Patimah, Negeri Sembilan
  Restoran Prai, Penang
  Restoran Sakura Idaman, Kuala Lumpur
  Restoran Saleem, Ipoh
  Restoran Senai Baru, Johor
  Restoran Shah Maju, Wilayah Persekutuan
  Restoran SKSK Semenyih, Selangor
  Restoran Wawasan Mutiara, Penang
  Restoran Zainuddin, Pahang
 
Restorant Mohd Buhari, Kedah

Restorant Sri Hias, Kelantan River
  Restoren Hameedia, Wilayah Persekutuan
  RICHSTATE LLC, Kuala Lumpur
  RMZ Products (M) Sdn. Bhd., Kuala Lumpur
  Rufaqa' Corporation, Kuala Lumpur
  Salihin Ramli Management Sdn. Bhd., Kuala Lumpur
  Saudara Hanifah Restoran, Kedah
  Selamat Restoran, Johor
  Sepinang Sari Cafe & Restaurant, Kuching
  Shakeels, Kuala Lumpur
  Shakey's Restaurant Sdn. Bhd, Melaka
  Shakey's Restaurant Sdn. Bhd., Kuala Lumpur
  Shakey's Restaurant Sdn. Bhd., Seremban
  Shell Service Station, Jasin
  Shimano Components (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd, Johor
  Sidmann Planning And Management Sdn Bhd, Kuantan
  SKMN Associate, Seremban
  Solnaxis Sdn. Bhd., Kuala Lumpur
  Sri Rahmat Restoran, Sabah
  Stained Glass Studios, Kuala Lumpur
  Surau al hijriah, Rumah pangsa Jalan hospital ipoh, Ipoh
  Sure Halal, Selangor
  Sure Return Corporation (SURECO), Kuala Lumpur
  SURECO Terengganu, Kuala Terengganu
  Sutera Klasik Sdn Bhd, Kuala Lumpur
  syarikat haji, Kota Tinggi
  Syarikat Hang Tuah Sdn Bhd, Pulau Pinang
  Syarikat Wahi & Sons Sdn Bhd, Kuala Lumpur
  Syed Restaurant, Shah Alam
  Syedina Curry House, Shah Alam
  System Everest Sdn Bhd, Kuala Lumpur
  Tadika Orange, Shah Alam
  Taj Baru, Pahang
  Taj Makmur, Pahang
  Taj Restaurant (Georgetown), Penang
  Taj Restaurant (Miri), Lutong
  Takaful Ikhlas - azharjaafar, Kuala Lumpur
  Tamma, Sabah
  TAP International- Quality and Enviromental Consultans and Auditors, Kuala Lumpor
  Taska Mutiara Idaman, Kuala Lumpur
  TawauNET, Tawau
  The Fish Shop, Ipoh
  The Fish Shop, Kuala Lumpur
  The Lotus Family Restaurant Petaling Jaya Sdn. Bhd., Selangor
  The Royal Mint Exchange, Petaling Jaya
  TIARA PEWIRA SDN BHD, Kedah
  TM Tours & Travel Sdn Bhd, Kuala Lumpur
  Together properties & takaful ikhlas, Kuala Lumpur
  Top Unique Marketing Sdn. Bhd, Sarawak
 
Triumph Intact Sdn Bhd, Kuala Lumpur

  Vacasia Tours & Travel, Kuala Lumpur
  VARUSAI JEWELLERS SDN. BHD., Kuala Lumpur
  VCD2C, Segamat
  Virtual Growth Sdn Bhd, Selangor
  W M Jamil & Partners, Shah Alam
  Warung Selera, Wilayah Persekutuan
  Yala Restaurant, Jerteh
  Yassin Restoran, Kedah
  YEOP, Shah Alam
  Yi Wang Honey Garden (M) Sdn. Bhd., Selangor
  Yusran Publishing House, Alor Star
  ZABA CONSTRUCTIONS, Kuantan
  Zag Systems (M) Sdn. Bhd., Ampang
  Zam Zam Restaurant, Pahang
  Zeq Holdings sdn. bhd, Kuala Lumpur
 
Zubaidah Restaurant, Johor

 

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