“He/She is My Role Model Forever”
Nowadays, many of young Muslims have lost their direction in life. Most of them don’t know what to do
with their life, their time and whom to follow. With all media, social media and television exposure,
theystart to make Hollywood artists, pop stars, football players as their role model which is not ideal asmost of them will not obey Allah SWT and his Messenger.
This is mainly because very little opportunities for them to know, to understand, and to learn about t
hebest generations that ever walked on earth. We sincerely hope that KIBAR speech and writing competition is one of the solution to introduce and to expose them with some the best generation at
the time of the prophet Muhammad SAW.
The aim of this theme is to learn, understand and take example from the life of:
1.Abu Bakar As-Shidiq R.A. for Boys
2.Aisyah binti Abu Bakar R.A for Girls
And to develop and nurture taqwa, confident and truthful leader of the future from our own family.
The main purpose of this speech and writing competition is to relate day-today life problems as a young
Muslims (relationship with Allah SWT, the love to Rasulullah SAW, children parents relationship, being
faithful, honesty, equality, ect.) and find a similarity and solutions from the life of Abu Bakar As-S
hidiqR.A. and Aisyah binti Abu Bakar R.A. In the end parents and children will have opportunities to
discuss and learn this at home and make them as role model.
Three age divisions are used in KIBAR Speech Contest based on their birthday at 8th of June 2014:
- Junior Division: ages eight (8) to ten (10)
- Intermediate Division: ages eleven (11) to thirteen(13)
- Senior Division: ages fourteen (14) to eighteen (18)
Speech Category Rules
Length of Speeches:
- Junior Division: 1 to 3 minutes.
- Intermediate Division: 3 to 5 minutes.
- Senior Division: 5 to 8 minutes.
All speeches must be original and include Qur’an and Hadith as the major component of the speech.
No text allowed during speech competition.
Acknowledge the source of information used in the speech. For example, an article from a bookand magazine may be used for reference, but should not be quoted directly unless you tell the audience your source.
Some contestant might have given speeches in other contests. This is fine; however, previousspeeches may not be used verbatim for KIBAR Speech competition. It is okay to use the same ideas from previously delivered in competition. How ever, enough changes should be made to make that speech new to the judges and the audience. Contestants may not use an old speech written by a sibling, family members, or anyone else.
Use of visual aids and power points etc. are not allowed.
Dress appropriately. Do not wear costumes or special effect clothing.
Writing Category Rules
Length of Writings:
1. Junior Division: 400 – 500 Words.
2. Intermediate Division: 500 – 750 Words.
3.Senior Division: 750 Words – 1000 Words.
All writings must be original and include Qur’an and Hadith as the major component of the speech.
Acknowledge the source of information used in the writings. For example, an article from a book and magazine that may be used for reference.
Some contestant might have given writings in other contests. This is fine; however, previous writings may not be used verbatim for KIBAR Speech and writing competition. It is okay to use the same ideas from previously delivered in competition. However, enough changes should be made to make that the writing new to the judges.
Contestants may not use an old writings written by a sibling, family members, or anyone else.
Writing format is using Verdana size 10 font with 1.5 spaces as MS Word format.
KIBAR will own all copyrights from the writing competition.
How to register
Registration fee for this competition is £5 per contestant. This fee is mainly to cover prize costs.
Fee is payable at KIBAR registration at Markfield.
Send an email to
with Subject: Registration – KIBAR Speech and Writing competition. Mention your children name/age
/gender (i.e Aisyah/8/F) and parents name/address/contact number.
Registration will be closed at 29th May 2014 at 21.00.
Writing competition Due Date
The due date to send the writing work piece is on 4th June 2014 at 21.00 GMT
Send the work piece to
with Subject: Workpiece – Writing Competition – Your children name
For each categories the prizes are as follows:
- 1st (£50) + Certificate
- 2nd (£35) + Certificate
- 3rd (£25) + Certificate
- 1st (£35) + Certificate
- 2nd (£25) + Certificate
- 3rd (£15) + Certificate
- 1st (£25) + Certificate
- 2nd (£15) + Certificate
- 3rd (£5) + Certificate
The best speech will be endorsed to be given their speech in the closing ceremony of KSG 2014
Let’s Ponder on this ayah:
Siapakah yang lebih baik perkataannya daripada orang yang menyeru kepada Allah, mengerjakan amal yang saleh dan berkata: “Sesungguhnya aku termasukorang-orang yang berserah diri?”
(Fusshilat (41) : 33)
May Allah SWT bless our competition and may Allah SWT Helps us all.