Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Palestine updates


HasbunAllah wa ne'mal wakeel..........

1. Israel is going ahead with a new settlement project, despite US' repeated requests for it to stop all new settlements.

2. EU rejects to push the UN for recognition of a Palestinian state. Foreign Minister of Sweden--which currently holds the rotating presidency said "I would hope that we would be in a position to recognise a Palestinian state, but there has to be one first, so I think that is somewhat premature.." so right this very instant, there is no such state called Palestine, it has been totally wiped out from the UN Map.. when actually it is being occupied by Israelis, who in the first place have no country of their own to go back to if Palestinians were to free their country from the occupation..

3. Israel the big bully will only proceed with a "pre-agreed on" discussion with Palestine only Palestine is willing to go to the negotiation table without terms.. Only Israel and Israel alone sets terms. They set terms with America, EU, Pelstine, Middle East. But nobody, nobody else, when expecting to discuss with Israel, should come up with any terms whatsoever, or else be considered as undiplomatic, not wanting to negotiate, and interested only in provocating the vulnerable state of Israel.

4. Settlers (living on Palestinian land)throwstones at Palestinian boys and girls who go to school each day as the pass through the villages.. Aren't they supposed to show some gratitude? Come on, leave the Palestinians alone, you have done enough evacuating them from their land.. you still need to go on with the mental and physical torture...??? hasbunaAllah wane'malwakeel..

5. US House of Representatives voted condemnation against the Goldstone Report. 344-36 vote.. i wonder who the 36 were? were they for real, or just there to show that it is not unanimous but rather a democratic act, shown by Mother Democracy herself.. America..

HasbunaAllah wa Nekmalwakeel...

Monday, November 09, 2009

commemorating the Berlin Wall


did you know that the wall surrounding Gaza and the West Bank is 8 metres high? That's twice the height of the Berlin Wall.. and when finished (seriously,don't tell me it's still unfinished??) it'll be 750 kilometres.. 4 times longer than the Berlin Wall.

Commemorating the 20th anniversary after the fall of the Berlin Wall, a new wall, an ultimate humiliation to democracy has been set up, under the supervision of Mother Democracy herself.. America.

Stop the wall!!


Sunday, October 04, 2009

catching up..


assalamualaikum warahmatullah..

catching up with the past:

1. Eid Mubarak to all my beloved out there. Please forgive me for all my mistakes, please give me a chance to improve, and if there was anything, anything at all between us, insyaAllah from my side, it's forgive and forget.

2. Salam Ramadhan, the 29 days had passed so quickly, hopefully we were able to repent, we were given the chance to do our best in lailatul qadr, may Allah give us the chance to be able to experience a new ramadhan in a new year.

3. A few days and it's Zulqaeda already, one of the haram months, where Allah prohibits war and multiplies the ajr of our good deeds.. Let's do what we can from sadaqa to saum, from prayers to zikr. And remember, you do not necessarily need to follow people in doing good deeds, do what you do best, concentrate and do it only lillah, insyaAllah the best ajr will be yours..!

4. And a special thank you to all my family and friends who came to my wedding in July. Alhamdulillah it was a wonderful gathering.. Although i didnt get the chance to spent that much time with everyone, but alhamdulillah at least we met and to think that you people spent your precious time to come.. subhanAllah, may Allah reward you for that. Uqbalkum, and please pray for us..

best wishes everyone.. fi amanillah!~


Saturday, June 13, 2009



Just my two cents (really, two cents or less)..

Please stop being biased. Please Stop.


Saturday, June 06, 2009

Blogging : Credit for the hereafter


Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakaatuh.

I remember a blogger, who stopped blogging because he was sick of the blogging community where most people are only interested in sharing bits and pieces of what they eat today, where they shop tomorrow and what they think of that person's hat and this person's smile.. Heheh, he was all out to boycott the bloggers community.. He was pissed off by the fact that many bloggers wrote petty things which were supposed to be of personal concern rather that the whole world.. I agreed to some extent.

I got tired of reading publicized diaries too, so what i did was to forget about them, and go to blogs which are more meaningful, enlightening and informative. I don't think regressing from blogging altogether is the answer. And anyway, it IS a free country.. People can do whatever they want to do nowadays, especially since most people don't really hold on to any specific values. Publicly talk about your personal life, and deepest feelings.. Or remain mysterious, it's all up to you.

In islam however, whatever you do is accounted for, and there are specific guidelines which you need to abide in order to be on the right track. Islam states that everything you do should first be preceded by your intentions, "Innama el-A'malu binniyyah." Islam teaches us to try to make every single detail in life worthwhile, and this starts with a good, clean intention.

So why do you blog? What do you blog? Why do you blog what you blog? These are the questions which should always play in the minds of muslim bloggers, in order to not in the end spend the 30 minutes in your 24 hrs doing something absolutely meaningles.. (haba-an manthura)..

And why do you comment? How do you Comment? To whom the comment is directed? And what do you feel when people comment on your postings.. all these are small itsy bitsy stuffs which when taken good care of, could lead to big profit in the hereafter, adding points to your credit..

Allah knows best!

Thursday, June 04, 2009

Pride and Prejudice


when communicating, i guess without transparency, there's bound to be some sort of insecurity towards the other person. this is what you call assumption or "dzhann".

Allah says in the Quran إن بعض ظن إثم meaning that what you assume towards people could easily be untrue, and so, sinful to you..

one thing i learn from assumptions, is to NOT put YOURSELF in a position which leads to assumptions and accusations from others.. try as hard as you can to be transparent and communicate well.. (sure saves lots of trouble). Another thing is, whenever you start assuming, STOP. IMMEDIATELY!

Oh, and Pride.. pride does lead to more assumptions, and makes communications more complicated.. so, start deflating your ego for better results. :>


My new blog


I have started another blog, a new one, alhamdulillah.. The articles are going to be in Bahasa Malaysia (mind the grammar).. And i have certain things which i intend to focus on in this new blog of mine, feel free to visit it. In the mean time, this blog is still on. And insyaAllah I'll update it (the once in a blue moon update, as usual)..


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