Archive for May, 2012

kuatnya nokia

kuatnya nokia

Syria

Mereka saban hari dibunuh dan disembelih tanpa hak. Walaubagaimanapun, kesengsaraan mereka pasti akan dibalas syurga oleh Allah dek kerana jihad yang mereka lakukan.

Kita pula bagaimana? Ayuh, laksanakan tugas kita sebagai ummah yang prihatin terhadap saudara seislam kita di Syria. Moga kita semua dirahmati oleh Allah.

Ramai yang bertanya apakah peranan yang boleh dimainkan oleh rakyat Malaysia terhadap kebangkitan umat Islam di Syria khususnya.

Antara peranan yang boleh dimainkan oleh kita ialah :

1) Prihatin terhadap isu-isu yang berlaku di Syria atau isu ummah secara keseluruhannya.

2) Sebarkan maklumat kepada masyarakat berkenaan kezaliman yang berlaku di Syria. 

(Klik share setiap maklumat yang kami kongsikan dan share page ini kepada masyarakat yang lain)

3) Hulurkan bantuan kewangan kepada rakyat Syria yang memerlukan.

4) Teruskan berdoa agar mereka dibebaskan daripada pemerintah yang zalim rejim Basyar dan semoga Allah sentiasa memelihara rakyat Syria.

5) Jangan tertipu dengan berita-berita daripada kebanyakan media yang begitu mengelirukan.

6) Kenali dan peka terhadap sebarang anasir Syiah dan Zionis agar umat Islam di Malaysia tidak tertipu dan menerima nasib sebagaimana di Syria.

7) Merasakan Syria adalah sebahagian daripada tanah Umat Islam yang perlu dipertahankan. Ini kerana terdapat banyak hadis nabi yang menceritakan berkenaan bumi Syam.

Photo: Ramai yang bertanya apakah peranan yang boleh dimainkan oleh rakyat Malaysia terhadap kebangkitan umat Islam di Syria khususnya.

Antara peranan yang boleh dimainkan oleh kita ialah :

1) Prihatin terhadap isu-isu yang berlaku di Syria atau isu ummah secara keseluruhannya.

2) Sebarkan maklumat kepada masyarakat berkenaan kezaliman yang berlaku di Syria. 

(Klik share setiap maklumat yang kami kongsikan dan share page ini kepada masyarakat yang lain)

3) Hulurkan bantuan kewangan kepada rakyat Syria yang memerlukan.

4) Teruskan berdoa agar mereka dibebaskan daripada pemerintah yang zalim rejim Basyar dan semoga Allah sentiasa memelihara rakyat Syria.

5) Jangan tertipu dengan berita-berita daripada kebanyakan media yang begitu mengelirukan.

6) Kenali dan peka terhadap sebarang anasir Syiah dan Zionis agar umat Islam di Malaysia tidak tertipu dan menerima nasib sebagaimana di Syria.

7) Merasakan Syria adalah sebahagian daripada tanah Umat Islam yang perlu dipertahankan. Ini kerana terdapat banyak hadis nabi yang menceritakan berkenaan bumi Syam.

mike tyson

6 perkara Allah sembunyikan

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
”Menangis saya bila baca , meremang bulu roma :’) Ya Allah SWT kau ampunilah dosa dosa walau sekecil dan sebesar mana pun ia” Korang Baca jangan tak baca .

6 perkara Allah sembunyikan 

Allah SWT selesai menciptakan Jibrail as dengan bentuk yang cantik, dan
Allah menciptakan pula baginya 600 sayap yang panjang , sayap itu antara 
timur dan barat (ada pendapat lain menyatakan124, 000 sayap). Setelah itu 
Jibrail as memandang dirinya sendiri danberkata: 

‘Wahai Tuhanku, adakah engkau menciptakan makhluk yang lebih baik daripada aku?.’ 

Lalu Allah swt berfirman yang bermaksud.. ‘Tidak’ 

Kemudian Jibrail as berdiri serta solat dua rakaat kerana syukur kepada Allah swt. dan tiap-tiap rakaat itu lamanya 20,000 tahun. 

Setelah selesai Jibrail as solat, maka Allah SWT berfirman yang bermaksud. ‘Wahai Jibrail, kamu telahmenyembah aku dengan ibadah yangbersungguh- sungguh, dan tidak ada seorang pun yang menyembah kepadaku seperti ibadat kamu, akan tetapi di akhir 
zaman nanti akan datang seorang nabi yang mulia yang paling aku cintai, namanya Muhammad.’ Dia mempunyai umat yang lemah dan sentiasa berdosa, sekiranya mereka itu mengerjakan solat dua rakaat yang hanya sebentar sahaja, dan mereka dalam keadaan lupa serta serba kurang, fikiran mereka melayang bermacam-macam dan dosa mereka pun besar juga. Maka demi kemuliaannKu dan ketinggianKu, sesungguhnya solat mereka itu aku lebih sukai dari solatmu itu. Kerana mereka mengerjakan solat atasperintahKu, sedangkan kamu mengerjakan solat bukan atas perintahKu.’

Kemudian Jibrail as berkata: ‘Ya Tuhanku, apakah yang Engkau hadiahkan kepada mereka sebagai imbalan ibadat mereka?’ 

Lalu Allah berfirman yang bermak! sud. ‘Ya Jibrail, akan Aku berikan syurga Ma’waa sebagai tempat tinggal…’ 

Kemudian Jibrail as meminta izin kepada Allah untuk melihat syurga Ma’waa.Setelah Jibrail as mendapat izin dari Allah SWT maka pergilah Jibrail as dengan mengembangkan sayapnya dan terbang, setiap dia mengembangkan dua sayapnya dia boleh menempuh jarak perjalanan 3000 tahun, terbanglah malaikat jibrail as selama 300 tahun sehingga ia merasa letih dan lemah dan akhirnya dia turun singgah berteduh di bawah bayangan sebuah pohon dan dia sujud kepada Allah SWT lalu ia berkata dalam sujud: 

‘Ya Tuhanku apakah sudah aku menempuh jarak perjalanan setengahnya, atau sepertiganya, atau seperempatnya? ‘ 

Kemudian Allah swt berfirman yang bermaksud. ‘Wahai Jibrail, kalau kamu dapat terbang selama 3000 tahun dan meskipun aku memberikan kekuatan kepadamu seperti kekuatan yang engkau miliki, lalu kamu terbang seperti yangtelah kamu lakukan, nescaya kamu tidak akan sampai kepada sepersepuluh dari beberapa perpuluhan yang telah kuberikan kepada umat Muhammad terhadap imbalan solat dua rakaat yang mereka kerjakan…. .’

Marilah sama2 kita fikirkan dan berusaha lakukan… Sesungguhnya Allah S.W.T telah menyembunyikan enam perkara iaitu : 

* Allah S.W.T telah menyembunyikan redha-Nya dalam taat. 
* Allah S.W.T telah menyembunyikan murka-Nya di dalam maksiat. 
* Allah S.W.T telah menyembunyikan nama-Nya yang Maha Agung di dalam Al-Quran. 
* Allah S.W.T telah menyembunyikan Lailatul Qadar di dalam bulan Ramadhan. 
* Allah S.W.T telah menyembunyikan solat yang paling utama di dalam solat (yang lima waktu). 
* Allah S.W.T telah menyembunyikan (tarikh terjadinya) hari kiamat di dalam semua hari. 

#wahai rakan rakan ku yg dikasihi sekalian, sebarlah ilmu ini, agar semua kwn kwn kita diluar sana kembali ke pangkal jalan, ikut islam sebenar benarnya, sesiapa yang mengajak kebaikkan, pahala seseorang yang diajak kebaikkan itu dapat padanya tanpa dikurangkan sedikitpun. inshaAllah… Allah always with us.

attempt 2 kidnap

by Chin Xin-Ci on Monday, 28 May 2012 at 17:39 ·
 

As I sit here writing this, I am just so grateful to be alive.

 

To think that 30 hours ago I had a knife to my throat, face to face with the threat of being kidnapped and raped.

 

It was a Sunday, at 5.22PM. I was alone, walking towards my boyfriend’s car in level B2 of The Curve, Mutiara Damansara. He was not in town, and I was running errands with his car. Just as I was putting my shopping bags in the rear seat, the rear car door was slammed against my back, and a meat cleaver was pressed against my throat. A man covered my mouth with his hand, and whispered not to scream. He then shoved me onto the floor of the backseat of the car and waved the cleaver at me, reminding me not to scream. He was skinny, wearing a baggy turqoise blue t-shirt, had a thick moustache and short curly hair, approx 5’8″, mid-30s, and of Indian descent.

 

At this moment, second man appeared. He was also in his mid-30s. He was wearing a red t-shirt, had a crewcut, and was of Malay descent. He grabbed my car keys and demanded for my parking ticket. I couldn’t remember where it was. They shoved me deeper into the car, and the Indian man got into the back seat with me, while the Malay man got into the driver’s seat, driving us out of the carpark.

 

I told them they could take everything, just let me go. But at that point they didn’t even ask for money. Instead, the Indian man started to make sexual advances. Then it hit me. “Oh my God. Oh my God. This is really happening. I’m being kidnapped.. and I think I know what they want.”

 

//

 

From this moment on, there were a few crucial things that happened that I think is the reason I’m alive today. 

 

1. I managed to get into a position to escape.

 When they got into the car, the Indian man had tried to force my body down onto the floor. I knew that the moment I’m on the floor, there would be no chance of escape. So I begged him to let me sit up. I promised him I wouldn’t scream or alert anyone’s attention. Thankfully, he trusted me, and let me sit up, gripping my arm tightly. Then I told him my arm really hurt and to please not grip it so hard. He loosened his grip.

 

2. I did not fight for the sake of fighting.

 I was in an enclosed space, with no clear escape route. I would never win in a fight with these 2 guys, especially when they have sharp weapons. Had I fought from the get go, I may not have been in a position to escape. I might’ve even been knocked out cold, and God only knows where I would be right now. 

 

3. I was lucky and sneaky.

I knew that the only way to escape, was to jump out of the car, even if it was moving. They had locked the car doors. So I leaned back, pretended to scratch my hair, and shakily unlocked the door I was leaning against. I’m so lucky they did not see or hear this!

 

4. I went ‘crazy’ at the right time.

And then I waited. I knew that the car would have to slow down outside the parking lot, as it exits to merge with the main roads. The moment it slowed down, I opened the car door and tried to make a run for it. I failed. I kicked my legs out of the car, but the Indian man had managed to pull my body back in. From this moment on, everything is a blur. I remember the Malay driver temporarily stopping the car, leaning over from the driver’s seat and attempting to close the door and pull my legs in. At that point I remember thinking, “Even if I don’t get out now, I need to keep the door open and my legs out the door. At the very least, it should cause a scene, and someone would see me. Or, the door might hit another car and they’ll be forced to slow down.” So I continued kicking. My right foot pushed against the wide-open car door to keep it open. I recall elbowing, struggling, kicking, and even biting. I lost my glasses, and was struggling blindly for my life. At some point the Malay driver yelled, “BAGI DIA LEPAS! BAGI DIA LEPAS!” (Let her go! Let her go!) and the Indian man loosened his grip. I made a jump out of the still-moving car, and ran for my life. 

 

5. I acted in spite of the fear.

My friends said I was brave. But I didn’t feel like it. I was quivering and shaking in fear. I was so afraid. I thought I was going to die.  I was weak with fear and deathly afraid. I truly thought “this was it”. But I knew I HAD to move. I had to run. Or there would be a worser fate in store for me. While I was quaking in fear, I forced myself to look around and see if there was any way I could escape, or even catch someone’s eye.

 

6. I remembered the people I love.

The only thing that matters when you’re faced with potentially horrendous fate, is the people in your life. When I felt the knife to my neck, the first thing I thought was , “This cannot be happening. I must be dreaming.” The second? The people that truly matter to me flashed across my mind. It sounds cliche, but it’s true. I thought of my parents. My brother. Khailee. Esther. More people. That’s all I could think of for a few moments, before I thought, “Shit. I need to get out of here.”

 

//

 

I ran towards the Maybank outlet at the Curve. There were plenty of people milling around. I screamed for help over and over again. I was hysterical. I grabbed an older Malay man by his shoulders and begged for help before practically collapsing at his feet. 

 

I will always remember the relief and liberation I felt, running over Mutiara Damansara’s manicured grass and into the crowd. 

 

//

 

Today, I found out that the entire ordeal from the moment I left the parking ticket payment machine, to my escape, happened in about 4 minutes. To me, it felt like one long nightmare.

 

We never think its going to happen to us… and then it does. I used to think that this is something that happens only in the papers and to people far, far removed from me. But then it did happen to me. I moved to PJ/KL 6 years ago, and I’ve spent countless mornings, afternoons and nights at The Curve. When my friends and I were organizing Rock Up! back in 2008, we were walking around the place at 4AM even. It’s been 6 years, and never once did I feel that I was unsafe at The Curve. Until yesterday. 

 

I feel like moving out of the country ASAP. Getting the hell out of this state where you hear of a kidnapping or attempted one every month (remember Nayati?), or a snatch theft every week. And yet I’m fully aware of the fact that in another country with more lax firearm laws, they would’ve been holding a gun to my head, not a cleaver. And that would’ve been so, so much worse. 

 

I’m Blessed. By God’s grace, I am alive and relatively well. And I will live another day to build another cat iPhone app. It just was not my time to go. And for that, I thank God. 

I want to share this story with everyone because cops tell me that they rarely get to hear it from someone who escapes. 

 

Girls, be so very careful. Be vigilant, and please try not to go anywhere alone. If you need to walk to the carpark, and you’re alone, get a guard to go with you. I was recently told that it’s part of their job description to assist anyone if needed.

 

Guys, watch out for your girlfriends, wives, mothers, sisters and friends. Walk with them, don’t take their paranoia or fear lightly. Watch out for them. 

 

And everyone, just watch out for each other. Take care of each other. These things really DO happen. As I ran out of the car, so many people came to help me. Strangers who didn’t know who I was, came forward and offered me tissue paper, water, cellphones, and general comfort.

 

Malaysians, please care for one another. You already do. Just keep on caring. Keep watching out for each other. Don’t worry about being thought of as “busy body” or “overreacting”. The world can be a cruel place, but all it takes is for people to care for one another to make all the difference

freelancers

freelancers

anak kita adalah apa yg kita didik

292619_387884611262402_287220817995449_1091660_1452611021_n