Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Child's Play

Hello, this is me with my baby bro when he was 7 mths old. Now he is a bit older, going to be 1 year 3 mths. I like to play and watch channel 63 with him but he always likes to play with the TV. Even after i scold him, he still do it.
Papa and mama told me that he is still a baby and i am already a big boy, so don't gaduh-gaduh.
In September 07, i will follow my papa to UK. Mama and my brother also ikut juga. Papa said our new home will be in L-E-E-D-S. Papa said "Opis papa hantar papa; 2 tahun".
Does this mean, i have to change school?! No longer can go to and play with friends at Tadika Twinkle Tots?! But papa said at L-E-E-D-S ada snow!! In that case, ok. I have to find new friends.
Papa also wonders if any of papa's old friends is still there?? Papa said he managed to contact Uncle MatYat thru friendster. Who else is there?

Tuesday, June 26, 2007

PoLL ResuLts

Dalam 24 jam sehari, berapa lama masa diluangkan/digunakan untuk membaca sebarang bahan bacaan seperti majalah, surat khabar, novel, atau internet.
Kurang dari 30 minit. 0% (0 votes)
Lebih dari 30 minit tetapi kurang dari 2 jam. 53% (9 votes)
Lebih dari 2 jam tetapi kurang dari 5 jam. 29% (5 votes)
Lebih dari 5 jam kurang dari 10 jam. 18% (3 votes)
Lebih dari 10 jam 0% (0 votes)
Total voters for this poll: 17

How to Choose the Right Paint Color

From Coral Nafie, Your Guide to Interior Decorating. [click here for full article] When it comes to decorating, choosing paint color can really be a challenge. While you may feel that there are so many choices you're bound to find the right one, you may end up feeling that there are so many choices you don't know where to start! The tips here will really help you if you feel stumped by this important choice. After all, the paint color will set the tone for the room. Be Patient It's great to collect paint chips when planning a room, but hold off making final choices until you've developed an overall room scheme. Paint is available in literally an infinite array of colors and is the most versatile element of your room decor, the easiest to change, and the least expensive. Get ideas but make the final decision after rugs, wallpaper, and fabrics are finalized. Coordinate Decorating Samples When you go shopping, you'll need to refer to your fabric, carpet, tile, wallpaper, and trim samples constantly. Be sure to take everything with you wherever you go. No tellng where you might see something wonderful. Really Study the Colors You'll find clues about the underlying tones of different shades of a color on a full sample strip of coordinated colors. Even if you're not even considering using a darker tone, look at all the colors carefully. Decide if the family of colors is the direction you're headed with your color selection. Tried and True Formula for Colors If you're working with a print fabric, you'll probably be happier if you select the coordinating wall paint color from the background of the print. Use the deeper or brighter tones for accents throughout the room or adjacent spaces. Learn more tips here about how to choose a color scheme. Trim it Out More often than not, you'll select a shade of white or off-white for the moldings, doors, and windows. If you're feeling brave, consider the palest shade of color to coordinate with the walls. For a really striking look, try lighter walls and dark tones or bright color for trim. Choose the Paint Finish for the Job Consider which paint finish might be best for your project. Matte or flat finishes hide wall imperfections, but glossier finishes will reflect more light.

Monday, June 25, 2007

mini updates

undian untuk pertandingan baby mata bulat akan tutup pada 30 Jun 2007.. jadi cepat-cepat le undi ----------- penyertaan utk baby mata sepet masih lagi bukak. tarikh tutup 30 Jun 2007. jgn tunggu lagi!! email ke utk penyertaan ------------ segmen baru [korang ingat dak?] utk sesapa yang nak tulis secara ringkas memori kat tepen dulu2. kalau korang nak masuk tolong hantar artikel korang ke ------------ segmen baru one of us utk kawan2 yg berjaya dlm kerjaya diorang kalau korang dpt tahu kawan2 yg berjaya bleh hantar berita ke ------------ [labels] utk cari artikel dlm archive. ------------

Sunday, June 24, 2007

[korang ingat dak?] exam fizik

aku tak sure korang ingat lagi ke tak, tapi yang aku ingat time periksa semua pulun belajar, tapi once dah habis kertas fizik nampak ramai yang turun padang or just lepak2 ngan kengkawan. korang ingat dak?

one of ours

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july lassss & lasssiee

saiful 506 shah 506 shereen 506 happy birthday..

2006 Engine of The Year Award

SOURCE: [click here] Best New Engine of 2006

1. Volkswagen 1.4-litre TSI (Golf) 250 2. Toyota 3.5-litre V6 Hybrid (GS450h) 196 3. Chevrolet 7-litre V8 (Corvette Z06) 123 4. Mercedes-AMG 6.2-litre (CLK, ML) 117 5. Porsche 3.4-litre flat six (Cayman) 102 6. Honda 1.8-litre (Civic) 81

Best Fuel Economy

1. Toyota Hybrid 1.5-litre (Prius) 196
2. Honda Hybrid 1.3-litre IMA (Civic) 127
3. Fiat-GM Diesel 1.3-litre (Panda, Grande Punto, IDEA, Doblo, Lancia Ypsilon, Opel/Vauxhall Agila, Corsa Astra, Meriva, Tigra, Combo, Suzuki New Ingis) 111
4. Honda 3-litre V6 Hybrid (Accord) 74
5. Toyota 3.5-litre V6 Hybrid (GS450h) 54
6. Renault/Nissan Diesel 2-litre (Mégane, Laguna) 49

Best Performance Engine

1. BMW 5-litre V10 (M5, M6) 342
2. Ferrari 4.3-litre V8 (F430) 160
3. Mercedes-AMG 6-litre bi-Turbo (SL65, CL65, Maybach) 130
4. Chevrolet 7-litre V8 (Corvette ZO6) 103
5. Porsche 3.8-litre (911) 54
6. BMW 3.2-litre (M3, Z4 M) 52

Best Sub 1-liter Engine

1. Honda 1-litre IMA (Insight) 282
2. Toyota 1-litre 3-cylinder (Aygo, Yaris/Echo/Vitz, Citroen C1, Peugeot 107) 239
3. Ford 1-litre supercharged (EcoSport) 144
4. Smart Diesel 799cc (ForTwo) 99
5. Suzuki 1-litre (Wagon R+) 94
6. Smart 698cc (ForTwo) 81

Best 1 liter to 1.4 liter Engine

1. Volkswagen 1.4-litre TSI (Golf) 264
2. Honda Hybrid 1.3-litre IMA (Civic) 250
3. Fiat-GM Diesel 1.3-litre (Panda, Grande Punto, IDEA, Doblo, Lancia Ypsilon, Opel/Vauxhall Agila, Corsa, Astra, Meriva, Tigra, Combo, Suzuki New Ignis) 188
4. Peugeot-Citroën/Ford Diesel 1.4-litre (Citroën C2, C3, Xsara, Ford Fiesta, Fusion, Mazda 2/ Demio, Peugeot 1007, 307) 103
5. Toyota Diesel 1.4-litre (Yaris/Echo/Vitz, MINI) 52
6. Volkswagen 1.4-litre FSI (GDI) (VW Polo, Golf) 50

Best 1.4 liter to 1.8 liter Engine

1. Toyota Hybrid 1.5-litre (Prius) 274
2. Honda 1.8-litre (Civic) 129
3. MINI 1.6-litre Supercharged (Cooper S) 126
4. Renault Diesel 1.5-litre dCi (Clio, Modus, Mégane, Scénic, Nissan Micra/March, Almera, Tiida/Note/Versa) 110
5. Peugeot-Citroën/Ford Diesel 1.6-litre 106
6. Toyota 1.8-litre VVTL-I (Celica, Corolla Sport) 94

Best 1.8 liter to 2.0 liter Engine

1. Volkswagen/Audi 2-litre FSI Turbo (Golf GTi , Audi A3, A4, A6, Skoda Octavia, Seat Leon) 218
2. Honda 2-litre i-VTEC (Civic Type-R) 131
3. Honda 2-litre (S2000 (Europe/Asia)) 126
4. BMW Diesel 2-litre (X3, 120d, 320d, 520d) 108
5. Renault/Nissan Diesel 2-litre (Laguna, Mégane) 97
6. Mitsubishi 2-litre Turbo (Evo IX, Outlander/Airtek) 95

Best 2.0 liter to 2.5 liter Engin

1. Subaru 2.5-litre flat four Turbo (Forester, Impreza, Saab 9-2X) 155
2. BMW 2.5-litre (325, 525, Z4) 153
3. Honda i-CTDi Diesel 2.2-litre (Civic, Accord (Europe), CR-V, FR-V)) 145
4. Mazda 2.3-litre GDI Turbo (Mazdaspeed 6) 141
5. Toyota Diesel 2.2-litre D-CAT (Avensis, Corolla Verso, RAV4, Lexus IS220d) 115
6. Fiat Diesel 2.4-litre JTD Multijet (Alfa 159, 166, Brera, Lancia Thesis, Fiat Croma) 87
6. Honda 2.2-litre (S2000 (North America)) 87

Best 2.5 liter to 3.0 liter Engine

1. BMW Diesel 3-litre Twin Turbo (535d) 155
2. BMW 3-litre 6-cylinder (Z4, 330, 530, 630, 730) 153
3. Honda 3-litre V6 Hybrid (Accord) 145
4. Audi/VW Diesel 3-litre V6 (A4, A6, A8, Q7, Touareg, Phaeton) 141
5. Jaguar Diesel 2.7-litre V6 Twin-Turbo (S-Type) 115
6. BMW 3-litre 6-cylinder (330, X3, X5) 87

Best 3.0 liter to 4.0 liter Engine

1. BMW 3.2-litre (E46 M3, Z4 M) 235
2. Toyota 3.5-litre Hybrid (GS 450h) 189
3. Porsche 3.8-litre (911) 156
4. Porsche 3.6-litre Turbo (911 Turbo) 131
5. Toyota 3.3-litre Hybrid (Lexus RX 400h) 102
6. Audi 3.2-litre V6 FSI (A4, A6, A8) 89

Best Engine above 4.0 liters

1. BMW 5-litre V10 (M5, M6) 310
2. Ferrari 4.3-litre V8 (F430) 159
3. Mercedes-AMG 6-litre bi-turbo (SL65, CL65, Maybach) 108
4. Volkswagen Diesel 5-litre V10 (Touareg, Phaeton) 91
5. Chevrolet 7-litre V8 (Corvette ZO6) 78
6. Ferrari 5.7-litre V12 (612, Superamerica) 75

Saturday, June 23, 2007

Friday Nasiha 22June 2007

Jumada al Thani 7, 1428, A.H. - June 22, 2007, C.E.

Living the Quran

Al-Araf (The Heights) Chapter 7: Verses 106-108

Miraculous Signs "(Fir'aun) said: "If indeed thou hast come with a Sign, show it forth, if thou tellest the truth." Then (Musa) threw his rod, and behold! it was a serpent, plain (for all to see)! And he drew out his hand, and behold! it was white to all beholders!"

Moses was granted these two miraculous signs in order to provide testimony to his being a Messenger of God, the creator and sovereign of the universe. Whenever the Prophets introduced themselves as God's Message-bearers, people asked them to produce some miraculous sign, to perform something supernatural. In response to those demands the Prophets produced what the Quran terms as 'signs', and which are called 'miracles' by theologians.

Those who tend to play down the supernatural character of such signs or miracles, and who try to explain them in terms of natural laws of causation, in fact attempt to build a mid-way house between believing and disbelieving in the statements of the Quran. Such an approach can hardly be considered reasonable.

What it does demonstrate, however, is how such people can be pulled in two opposite directions. On the one hand, they are not inclined to believe in a Book which abounds in narrations of a supernatural kind. On the other hand, being born followers of their ancestral religion, they are not inclined to reject the Book which carries supernatural narrations. With regard to miracles, there are two basic questions that people should ask themselves. Did God, after creating the universe and establishing a system of natural causations therein, suspend Himself such that it is no longer possible for Him to interfere in the workings of the universe? Or does He still hold the reins to His realm in His owns Hands so that His command is enforced every moment, and He does retain the power to alter the shape of things and the normal course of events - either partially or fully, - as and when He wills?

It is impossible for those who respond in the affirmative to the first question to accept the idea of miracles. For clearly miracles do not fit in with their concept of God and the universe. Honesty demands that instead of indulging in far-fetched explanations of Quranic statements on miracles, such people should clearly declare that they do not believe in the Quran. For quite obviously the Quran is explicit, even quite definite in affirming the former concept of God.

As for those who, being convinced by Quranic arguments, respond in the affirmative to the second question regarding God and the universe, for them there is no difficulty in accepting miracles.

Source: "Towards Understanding The Quran" - Sayyid Abul Ala Mawdudi

Understanding the Prophet's Life

Relieving Distress of Others

One of the greatest things that will relieve a person's distress on the Day of Resurrection is his efforts in this world to relieve the distress of those who are in distress, and to help those who are in need, and to make things easy for those who are in difficulty, and to overlook the mistakes of those who err. In Muslim it is narrated that Abu Hurayrah said: The Messenger of Allah (sallallahu alayhi wa sallam) said:

"Whoever relieves a believer of distress in this world, Allah will relieve him of some of the distress of the Day of Resurrection. Whoever makes things easy for those who are in difficulty, Allah will make things easy for him in this world and in the next. Whoever conceals (the faults of) a Muslim in this world, Allah will conceal him (his faults) in this world and in the Hereafter. Allah will help the slave so long as the slave helps his brother." [Mishkaat al-Masaabeeh, 1/71, hadith no. 204.]

Bukhari narrated from Abdullah ibn Umar that the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said: "The Muslim is the brother of his fellow-Muslim; he should not mistreat him or let him down. Whoever meets the needs of his brother, Allah will meet his needs, and whoever relieves a Muslim of some distress, Allah will relieve him of some of the distress of the Day of Resurrection. Whoever conceals (the faults of) a Muslim, Allah will conceal him (his faults) in this world and the next." [Bukhari: Kitaab al-Mazaalim, Baab laa Yazlim al-Muslim al-Muslim, Fath al-Baari, 5/97.]

Source: "The Day of Resurrrection in the Light of the Qur’an and Sunnah" - Umar Al Ashqar



Islamophobia is, by and large, an occurrence visited upon Muslims by non-Muslims. While it may be a distinct phenomenon, independent of any Muslim creation, Muslim communities possess the ability to significantly decrease its impact. It remains, however, a taboo to seriously engage Muslim communities in that debate, even if many scholars and intellectuals are in favour of it.

The answer is not as easy as assimilation or integration, which both have already received meanings in the English language, particularly in the context of multiculturalist debates and discussions, and are not essentially positive courses of action to pursue. I have struggled to find a word that encompassed what I think may escape the harms of the above, but will also incorporate their benefits. Localization does not quite accomplish the task, and acculturalization does not exist in the vocabulary. But the basic principle of the approach, whereby one becomes integral to and embedded in one's society, has been recognized as a matter of course in Islam, for the prophets invariably began their invitation with the words, "O my people" and were sent as members of those peoples. For who better to deliver the message than one of their own, who knew their ways inside and out, even if he chose not to partake of them? Who better to deliver the message than one who could speak not only in their language, but also use their idioms and expressions?

Compiled From: "Daring to Be European Muslims" - HA Hellyer

Friday, June 22, 2007

bleep! bleep! dr hasnita 510

from: to : subject : looking for Norhasnita Zakaria Assalamualaikum tuan moderator... saya berhajat nak cari member lama, Norhasnita Zakaria. Sekarang ni dah jadi Dr. Norhasnita rasanya.... Saya amatlah berbesar hati kalau tuan moderator boleh provide email address dia atau forward this email to her. terima kasih, izzat zumairi mckk9296

28 web pelaburan Internet ditutup

Source: Utusan Malaysia Online Oleh ZULKIFLI MANZOR KUALA LUMPUR 21 Jun – Sehingga kini 28 laman web pelaburan cepat kaya tempatan yang dikesan menjalankan aktiviti pasaran modal dan sekuriti tanpa kelulusan Suruhanjaya Sekuriti (SC) tidak lagi boleh diakses di Internet. Difahamkan, kesemua laman web itu yang tersenarai dalam Senarai Amaran SC berkemungkinan besar ditutup sendiri oleh penganjur skim cepat kaya berkenaan kerana gerun dengan tindakan agresif pihak berkuasa. Ia dipercayai mempunyai kaitan dengan tindakan agresif SC menyekat akses kepada enam laman web seumpamanya sebelum ini selain tindakan Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) dan polis menggeledah salah satu pejabat pengendali skim itu baru-baru ini. Bagaimanapun, 16 lagi laman web skim pelaburan Internet dalam Senarai Amaran SC ( itu masih aktif dan boleh diakses. Siasatan Utusan Malaysia selama tiga hari berturut-turut berdasarkan senarai dikeluarkan SC mendapati, antara laman web yang tidak lagi boleh diakses ialah;;;;; dan Selain itu, skim pelaburan Internet terawal di Malaysia, SwissCash yang mendakwa diterbitkan oleh Swiss Mutual Fund juga berdepan masalah sama. Laman webnya sebelum ini, telah ditutup manakala laman web terbarunya, juga sudah tidak boleh diakses. SwissCash sebelum ini dilaporkan mempunyai 50,000 pelabur dengan jumlah pelaburan melebihi RM200 juta. Pada 12 Jun lalu, SC mengambil langkah drastik menyekat akses kepada enam laman web yang dipercayai menawarkan skim pelaburan haram kepada orang ramai. Enam laman web terbabit ialah atau,, www.,, www. atau www.efmf. dan dan tindakan itu akan dilaksanakan secara berperingkat dan berterusan. Pada hari sama, BNM dan polis menyerbu pejabat pengendali skim itu yang disyaki menjalankan pengambilan deposit tanpa lesen dan membuat pelaburan haram. Dengan kerjasama SC, BNM dan polis menggeledah pejabat AB Fund yang beroperasi di ibu negara, iaitu salah satu skim cepat kaya Internet yang popular di kalangan pelakon dan penyanyi terkenal di negara ini. Pada 31 Mei lalu, SC memberi amaran kepada semua pelabur skim yang tidak sah melalui Internet supaya mengeluarkan wang pelaburan sebelum 11 Jun 2007 kerana selepas itu akses ke laman-laman web yang mempromosikan skim sedemikian akan disekat. Ini bermakna pelabur yang tidak mengeluarkan wang masing-masing bukan saja tidak dapat lagi mengakses laman web itu malah tidak dapat memasuki akaun mereka bagi melakukan sebarang urus niaga. Pada 12 April lalu, Majlis Fatwa Kebangsaan membuat ketetapan bahawa semua pelaburan di Internet, termasuk SwissCash yang menjanjikan faedah atau pulangan tetap sebagai haram kerana berunsur riba. Keputusan majlis itu memberi kesan kepada aktiviti pelaburan melibatkan tidak kurang 500,000 orang Islam termasuk golongan kenamaan dan profesional berpangkat Tan Sri dan Datuk. Orang ramai boleh melayari laman web SC di bagi mendapat perkembangan lanjut berhubung perkara tersebut.

Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Kerja Kosong!!!

From : Fadzliana (511)

To :

date : 19 June 2007

Subject : I.D freelancers / part-time wanted

Dear all,

I’m looking for freelancers / part-timers for Interior design works. Preferable from Klang Valley area. Requirements: 3d max & autocad. Adobe photoshop will be an advantage. Students and fresh graduate are also welcome to apply.

Sesiapa yang interested atau sedara-mara, adik2, kawan2 atau sesapa jelah yang berminat, bolehla contact saya di 013-6434246 atau contact Adam di 017-6020226.

Sekian, terima kasih..


Pembantu rumah di Malaysia kelas E

tidak menarik? karang tunggang langgang rumah tangga plak :D ada my colleague kat sini citer helper dia majikan lelaki cuba mende tak senonoh, nauzubillah. dia lari & after 3 days dia balik rumah tu @ report kat wife laki tu. //moderator Source: Utusan Online Oleh NORLIZAH ABAS

KUALA LUMPUR 18 Jun – Percayakah anda bahawa Malaysia menjadi ‘tempat lambakan’ pembantu rumah berkualiti rendah atau dikategorikan sebagai kelas ‘E’ - kurang cerdik, tidak menarik, kurang cekap dan gagal berkomunikasi dengan baik.

Sebaliknya, gadis-gadis pembantu rumah yang cantik, bertubuh menarik, boleh berbahasa Inggeris serta membaca dan menulis, dihantar ke negara yang menawarkan gaji lumayan seperti Hong Kong, Singapura, Taiwan dan Timur Tengah.

Presiden Persatuan Agensi Pekerja Asing (PAPA), Datuk Raja Zulkepley Dahalan mendakwa, pekerja-pekerja kelas E itulah yang banyak menimbulkan masalah kepada majikan.

‘‘Mereka inilah yang gagal menyesuaikan diri dengan persekitaran baru dalam tempoh yang singkat sehingga memberi tekanan kepada majikan,’’ katanya kepada Utusan Malaysia di sini hari ini.

Menurut beliau, walaupun mereka telah menjalani kursus di pusat latihan di Indonesia selama sebulan diikuti aktiviti suai kenal melibatkan latihan bertutur di sini selama beberapa hari, mereka masih gagal memberikan khidmat terbaik.

‘‘Majikan kerap menghadapi masalah kerana pembantu rumah yang diperoleh gagal melaksanakan tugas dengan baik.

‘‘Ekoran masalah komunikasi dan budaya yang berbeza, lain yang disuruh lain yang dibuat selain mengulangi kesalahan serupa dan akhirnya menimbulkan kemarahan majikan,’’ ujar beliau.

Raja Zulkepley mengulas kejadian dera yang sering menimpa pembantu rumah asing terutama dari Indonesia sehingga ada yang sanggup membahayakan diri untuk melarikan diri.

Kejadian terbaru melibatkan seorang wanita Indonesia berusia dalam lingkungan 30-an dikenali sebagai Samerin yang nekad melarikan diri dari rumah majikannya sejak empat bulan lalu.

Dalam kejadian Sabtu lalu, mangsa bertindak turun melalui tingkap dari tingkat 15 sebuah kondominium di Sentul menggunakan kain dan pakaian yang disambung-sambung sebelum diselamatkan oleh Pasukan Bomba dan Penyelamat Sukarela Malaysia (MVFRA) yang kebetulan sedang mengadakan latihan kebakaran di bangunan berhampiran.

Mengulas lanjut, Raja Zulkepley berkata, sehingga kini terdapat sejumlah 320,000 orang pembantu rumah asing - 94.8 peratus daripadanya terdiri daripada rakyat Indonesia, Filipina (6,100 orang) dan bakinya 10,000 orang dari negara-negara lain seperti Sri Lanka dan Kemboja.

Katanya, kira-kira 80 peratus daripada jumlah pembantu rumah Indonesia diambil bekerja oleh majikan berbangsa Cina.

Ujar beliau, hampir kesemua pembantu rumah itu datang dari kawasan yang terpisah dari arus pemodenan menyebabkan mereka menghadapi kejutan budaya.

Katanya, majikan pula mungkin bersikap terlalu mementingkan kesempurnaan atas alasan mereka telah membayar beribu-ribu ringgit untuk mendapatkan pembantu rumah menggunakan saluran yang betul.

Sehubungan itu, Raja Zulkepley meminta majikan bertolak ansur dan memberi masa kepada pembantu rumah masing-masing mengadaptasi diri dengan persekitaran bagi mengelakkan mereka merasakan seolah-olah ‘didera’ sehingga gagal memberi tumpuan kepada tugas harian.

Monday, June 18, 2007

pertandingan baby mata sepet

memperkenalkan...... sarah sharul sham (masihkah kau ingat, sapa la sharul sham nih?)

june baby

yati..512 adzimi. 506
one year older one year wiser.. happy birthday!

once upon a time ago..

cool website #5 this website has old version of software for download. as their motto says, because newer is not always better. ada mcm2, from Communications (icq, trillian, skype & yahoo messenger) Graphics (ACDSee, Irfan view, picasa) Multimedia (Macromedia Flash, Winamp, Window Media Player) Internet (internet explorer, mozilla, netscape) File Sharing (bitcomet, utorrent, kazaa) Utilities (Winzip, WinRAR, acrobat reader, Nero) Have fun!!

Jokes of the day

Takleh lawan Anthony Bourdain la... dia gila durian, siap ckp kat tv macam mana nak smuggle masuk US.... //moderator Source: Utusan Online Peserta Asing Lari, Pertandingan Makan Durian batal... PULAU PINANG 17 Jun – Pertandingan memakan durian bagi pelancong asing sempena Pesta Durian di Tapak Pesta Sungai Nibong yang sepatutnya berlangsung di sini hari ini terpaksa dibatalkan apabila para pesertanya ‘cabut lari’ sebaik sahaja terbau aroma raja buah itu.

Malah, kesemua 18 peserta dari United Kingdom, New Zealand dan beberapa negara asing itu langsung tidak berani mendekati buah berduri itu, apatah lagi untuk merasa isinya.

Sekretariat pertandingan, Akbarudin Nasurdin berkata, dia tidak menyangka ‘kejadian’ itu akan berlaku kerana pertandingan serupa pernah diadakan semasa pameran buah-buahan di Komtar.

‘‘Masa itu memang ada pelancong asing yang ambil bahagian. Walaupun tak tahan dengan bau, mereka tetap menyertai pertandingan tersebut tapi kali ini usah kata nak masuk pertandingan, kami nak bagi rasa pun tak berani mencuba,” ujarnya.

Beliau yang juga Ketua Bahagian Promosi, Hal Ehwal Korporat, Teknologi Maklumat dan Komunikasi (ICT) serta Buah Lembaga Pemasaran Pertanian Persekutuan (FAMA) berkata, kesemua pelancong tersebut dijemput oleh pegawai Persatuan Agensi Pengembaraan dan Pelancongan Malaysia (MATTA) menyertai pertandingan itu.

Menurutnya, kesemua mereka pada mulanya tidak keberatan untuk menyertai pertandingan tersebut, tetapi mengubah fikiran sebaik sahaja tiba di tempat acara itu diadakan.

Tambahnya, walaupun pelancong-pelancong terbabit tidak memberi alasan sebenar mereka enggan menyertai pertandingan tersebut, namun bau durian yang terlalu menyengat hidung dipercayai menjadi punca utama para peserta mengubah fikiran.

Pesta durian itu diadakan sempena Pesta Makanan dan Buah-Buahan Pulau Pinang yang turut mempertandingkan buah durian terbaik.

Johan kategori durian terbaik dimenangi oleh durian jenis D14 milik Yeoh Hoi Chooi dari Balik Pulau yang membawa pulang hadiah wang tunai RM1,000, sijil penyertaan dan piala.

Naib johan dimenangi oleh Phang Kim Hong dari Balik Pulau yang turut mempertandingkan buah durian D14 manakala durian jenis ‘Duri Hitam’ milik Ooi Chieng Sim dari Teluk Bahang mendapat tempat ketiga.

Naib johan membawa pulang wang tunai RM700 sementara tempat ketiga RM500 di samping sijil penyertaan.

Sementara itu, durian jenis Hor Lor atau Labu Air milik Tan Chong Bin dari Balik Pulau dinobatkan sebagai ‘Juara antara Juara’ dan membawa pulang wang tunai RM1,000, sijil penyertaan dan piala.

Pesta durian itu dianjurkan bersama Jabatan Pertanian, FAMA dan Pihak Berkuasa Pekebun Kecil Perusahaan Getah (RISDA) negeri Pulau Pinang.

Sunday, June 17, 2007


SELAMAT HARI BAPA kepada semua bapa2 kat dunia terutama budak2 tepen 9495.

Saturday, June 16, 2007

Dads: Do you have to be at your baby's birth?

SOURCE: By Joanna Moorhead It's up to you Four decades ago it was unusual for a father to be there when his child was born. These days, it's more unusual if he isn't there. For many couples, being together is what feels right. "I can't possibly imagine I could have been anywhere else when Poppy was born," says Steve, a father of two from Devon. "It was an amazing privilege, something you'd never forget, something you feel you wouldn't have missed for anything." But not everyone feels the same. Stella, who's 38 and pregnant with her third child, knows her partner Andy, 41, isn't particularly keen on attending another birth, and has decided to ask her sister to be there. This takes the pressure off Andy so he can decide on the day whether or not to attend. "I was at the births of my son and daughter, but to be honest I felt a bit of a spare part," says Andy. "I didn't feel it was any easier for Stella that I was around and in some ways I think it was harder, especially afterwards when she was being stitched - she felt so exposed and wasn't happy with me being there. These days there's this feeling that you're not a decent bloke if you're not at the delivery but that doesn't seem fair - it's an individual thing and it doesn't suit every couple." Talk about what you want It's important to talk together as a couple about your expectations of the birth and about what a father's role is at the big event. If you feel anxious that too much is being expected of you, why not talk about having a second birth partner - a friend or family member, perhaps, or a paid doula - to be there too. In fact just having the fallback of another birth partner is hugely helpful for some men. "I was worried that I'd faint or not be any help and that I'd have let Lucy down," says Sean, father of four-week-old Ella. "Having Lucy's sister there meant I didn't feel all the supporting was down to me. I felt I could be emotional and take a bit of a back seat for a while without feeling I'd failed, because Emma was still there with Lucy." What are the good things about being at the birth? "It was just such a wonderful moment when Sammy was born," says Colin. "We'd waited a long time for a baby and there's just nothing in my life that will compare with seeing my son for the first time exactly at the moment when he came into the world." Even when birth doesn't go to plan, few dads regret being there. Philip, 37, father of seven-month-old Ben, was shocked when the delivery room suddenly filled with medical staff and he was told he'd have to put on a surgical gown because it was going to be an assisted - and maybe even a caesarean - birth. "In the end Ben was born using rotational forceps -- a procedure which really took its toll on Karen," he says. "It wasn't easy being there for me - I felt I wanted to share Karen's physical pain, which of course I couldn't - but despite the trauma it was a magical experience. Also, because of what she'd been through Karen wasn't able to hold Ben at first so me being there meant he could be cuddled by one of his parents as soon as he was born - that's something I'll always feel glad I could do." For Steve, being at Poppy's birth brought home what an extraordinary physical feat birth is - and how resilient human beings are. "There was screaming and pain and blood, but it wasn't some horrible emergency," he says. "It was all leading towards this wonderful birth. It made me so aware of how strong we all are: of how strong a woman is, to push a baby out, and of how strong a baby is, to survive being squeezed through the birth canal...amazing." What are the difficult things? Nina Smith, an antenatal teacher with the National Childbirth Trust who's studied the role of men in the delivery room, says the hardest challenge is seeing your partner in pain and not being able to do anything about it. "Of course there are things you can try, and often it is small things that make a difference," she says. "But it takes confidence to try them, and that isn't easy - especially for the first-time father." Lots of dads say what they find tough in the early stages is knowing exactly what they can do to help. "I ended up feeling a bit of a spare part," says Andy. "Stella was obviously in pain and could do with some help, but I just didn't know what I could do to be of use. The midwife had some ideas but nothing seemed to be working - I felt lame, really." One of the most difficult things for dads to deal with is when events take an unexpected turn: sometimes everything seems to change very quickly, with doctors and other medical people pouring into the room and scary possibilities being discussed. "We'd been to antenatal classes and I knew I was supposed to keep my cool and ask all sorts of questions about what was being done and why," says Ed, father of eight-month-old Cameron. "But when the lights all went on and the doctor arrived and started saying we had to get into the theatre quick, my legs turned to jelly and I just prayed both Caroline and our baby was going to get through this alive." Many dads describe hair-raising scenarios in which they feared for the lives of their partner and unborn baby. Andrew, dad to four-week-old Oliver, explains how Tanya's longed-for low-tech delivery at a birth centre took a dramatic turn when her cervix failed to dilate fully. "Everything was fine for a few hours, with the contractions building up and Tanya coping well, and I thought we were going to sail through," he says. "But when things didn't move on enough the midwife said we'd have to transfer to the general hospital 15 miles away. "It was really scary: I wasn't allowed in the ambulance so I had to go in the car on my own. When we got to some road works the ambulance siren started up and the blue lights were flashing and they pulled on ahead, leaving me in the traffic jam. I was thinking the worst, wondering whether they'd both still be alive by the time I got to the hospital..." What can I do to prepare to be at our baby's birth? Preparation is crucial. It won't stop the unexpected, and it won't mean you breeze through whatever happens. But it will mean you are more aware of the possibilities involved in a labour and birth, and it could give you the confidence to try to help your partner cope with contractions. "To be honest I felt a bit daft practising rubbing Cathy's back during our antenatal course," says Paul, father of 14-month-old Freddie. "But strange as it was at the time, it did give me some ideas of things to try during the labour. Part of it is just daring to do something - you're so afraid of making things worse that the easy option is to do nothing and leave the midwife to suggest things, but the antenatal course did give me ideas about things I could suggest too - it gave me a role." If at all possible, join your partner in an antenatal course run by your health trust or by the National Childbirth Trust or by an active birth teacher. Some courses are for couples, others are for women but have a couples class -- do make sure you attend this. And don't keep putting off reading about labour and what to expect - it really does make a difference if you understand what happens during each stage of labour by the time you get to the delivery room. New dads' tips - what you need to know "Tanya was very keen on the birth centre, and I'm not saying it wasn't a good idea - but I wish I'd thought more about its limitations, and had some idea of what would happen if we needed to transfer to the general hospital. I'd say find out all you can about every scenario it's possible to envisage." - Andrew "Emily had had a previous caesarean and the hospital doctor didn't agree she should have a home birth. But it was what Emily wanted, and we did our research and found out the risks were negligible. In the end the midwives supported us and we got the delivery we wanted. I'd say find out what you need to know, and surround yourselves with supportive people. And do consider hiring a doula: we did, and it was like employing an angel!" -- Steve "The staff were excellent but there was a ruthless efficiency about it all for them, which was a bit of a shock for me alongside the emotion I was feeling. To anyone else about to become a father, I'd simply say: expect the unexpected." -- Philip "The key message is: be flexible. Be willing to try something, but be ready to accept if it's not what's needed, and don't mind if your partner's reaction is to push you away." -- Nina Smith Written by Joanna Moorhead Joanna Moorhead is a journalist and author specialising in birth and parenting. She has four daughters, the youngest of whom was born in 2002. She is a regular contributor to the Guardian newspaper and regularly writes for a number of parenting magazines.

Friday Nasihat 15 June 2007

Jumada al Awwal 29, 1428, A.H. - June 15, 2007, C.E. Living the Quran An-Nisa (The Women) Chapter 4: Verse 28 Better Substitute "And Allah desires to lighten your burden, for the human being was created weak." One of the merits of Islam is that it shows mercy towards people in that whenever it forbids something it provides a better substitute with which to replace it. Islam forbids usury but allows profitable business. Islam forbids gambling, but allows winning prizes in contests of shooting, racing, wrestling, etc. Islam forbids adultery but urges Muslims to marry as soon as they can support a family. Islam forbids drinking alcohol but allows all other good and healthy drinks. Islam forbids what is bad in food but allows what is good and nourishing. The same principle can be traced through all the teachings of Islam. For assuredly, Allah has no desire to make people's lives difficult, narrow, and circumscribed; on the contrary; he desires ease, goodness, guidance, and mercy for them. Source: "The Principles of Halal and Haram" - Yusuf Al-Qaradawi Understanding the Prophet's Life Privileged Relationship A delegation of fourteen religious leaders from Najran (Yemen) had visited the Prophet in order to question him about the new religion, about his faith, and of course about the status of Jesus in Islam. The Prophet answered their questions, pointing out the link between the two traditions, Islam being the continuation of the prophet Jesus's message, but he categorically rejected the dogma of the Trinity. He invited them to worship the One God and accept Islam as the last Revelation. The Najran delegation refused to accept the Prophet's message. Before they left, the members of the delegation wanted to perform their prayers inside the mosque. The Companions present thought it fit to oppose them, but the Prophet intervened: "Let them pray!" They prayed in the mosque, facing east. The delegation went home. The Christians had come to Medina, inquired about the message, listened to the contents of the new religion, put forward their arguments, prayed inside the mosque itself, then gone back without suffering any harm, remaining Christians and perfectly free. The first Companions were not to forget the Prophet's attitude. They were to draw from it the substance of the respect that Islam demands of its faithful, whom it invites to go beyond tolerance, to learn, listen, and recognize others' dignity. The command "No compulsion in religion" is in keeping with this respectful approach to diversity. With Christians, as with all other spiritual or religious traditions, the invitation to meet, share, and live together fruitfully will always remain based on three conditions: try to get to know the other, remaining sincere (hence honest) during the encounter and the debates, and, finally, learning humility in regard to one's claim to possess the truth. Source: "In The Footsteps of the Prophet" - Tariq Ramadan, pp. 115-117 Blindspot! Weak Determination If I were to describe my state, then I am never content with reading books, and when I see a book that I had not seen before, it is as if I have found a treasure. I looked at the catalogue of books at the Madrasah al-Nizamiyyah, and it contained around 6,000 books... And if I said that I read 20,000 books, then in truth it would be more, and I was then still a student. I benefitted from reading those books by observing the lives of the early people, and the extent of their memorisation, their determination, their worship, the diversity of their disciplines, of which one would not know had one not read those books. Thus I disliked the current state of people and looked down on the weak determination of student nowadays. And to Allah is all praise. - Ibn al-Jawzi Compiled From: "The Value of Time" - Abdul Fattah Abu Ghuddah, p. 36

Friday, June 15, 2007


link friendster utk mc -------- aku dapat tau cikgu saadah kawin dengan student first batch pkp.. tak sure bila.. anyway semoga kekal ke akhir hayat... -------- ada sapa bleh confirm izzat tajuddin akan kawin 30 june ni? tq --------

Klang Valley Streets: Spoilt for choice

Faizi ni our super senior. pkp 1st batch. Aku makan kat sini 2 minggu lepas, nasi beriyani johor best... He was with Shell and then Projet before handling his in law business full time.
faizi - the owner's in law
one of the specialities - ikan bakar
By : RUSLINA YUSOFF SOURCE: NST Online When a fighter pilot decides to ground himself, there has to be a good reason. RUSLINA YUSOFF finds out why. FOR someone whose life was spent up in the air, fighter pilot Abdul Razak Ibrahim had something more down-to-earth on his mind:his wife’s cooking. A skilled cook, Poziah Mahdi had a home-based business, selling local kuih. Business was picking up and Abdul Razak had to make a choice. He decided, 20 years ago, to ground himself, and he’s never looked back, because business soared. So much so that today, Abdul Razak and his family own two restaurants and a laundrette. As fate would have it, Poziah died two years ago at the age of 47 and business is now largely handled by their daughter Norli Azira and her husband Faizi Mohd Zin, an IT consultant. Restoran Azira, which Abdul Razak named after his daughter, is located in Section 10 and is a favourite haunt for families. What makes it noteworthy? You can find every kampung delicacy that you’ve yearned for somewhere in the spread of dishes laid out at the restaurant. Norli Azira puts the success of their food business to the variety that they offer. “At any one time, we have more than 70 different dishes for lunch,” she said. Fast-moving dishes are asam pedas Johor, ikan bakar (the aromatic spicy fried chicken), masak lemak nangka, the pecal, which is served with peanut sauce, and the healthy ulam,” says Norli Azira, 26, a graduate in business administration. “All our dishes are cooked using family recipes,” she says. For instance, the grilled fish (terubuk, pari, mackeral or cencaru) comes either stuffed or marinated in special spices before they are wrapped in banana leaves and grilled over a slow fire. Those who want something different can choose from hawker-stall food like Hainanese chicken rice, laksa Penang, or the Bakso (mee curry, mee and mee hoon soup), all are sold in kiosks inside the restaurant. Breakfast-time also sees a big spread of dishes. Besides the usual nasi lemak, lontong and roti jala, the real crowd-puller is Restoran Azira’s offering of hard-to-find local pancakes such as the lempeng pisang and tapioca, aten with sambal tumis, asam pedas or curry. There’s a choice of 20 or more assortment of local kuihs. There’s also rice porridge. No Malay meal is complete without the pengat or bubur — the restaurant offers seven types of bubur, including bubur gandum, pulut hitam and bubur kacang. For tea-time, there’s another round of local delicacies in addition to the fried snacks such as perennial favourites pisang and ubi goreng. Business has been so good that Abdul Razak and his family opened another shop in Section 8 in the early 1990s. “The concept is that you can come here and expect to have something different every day,” says Norli, adding that they have five main cooks who have been with them for more than 10 years. In the beginning, Norli Azira says, the family sold the local delicacies in and around Section 2 as well as at the PKNS complex in Shah Alam city centre. In 1984, when they were able to buy the shophouse in Section 10, business took off. They expanded again, by renting the adjacent lot, to accommodate more diners. Having invested more than RM300,000 in the business, Norli Azira is determined to manage and sustain the business. “We depend a lot on the skills of our staff whom we have trained on the job. We appreciate them and have built a good relationship with them,” says the mother of three young children, whose home is on the first floor of the restaurant Her late mother loved nasi briyani so much she decided to open up a separate restaurant exclusively for nasi briyani Johor served with spicy, succulent beef, chicken and lamb. The new restaurant is just a few doors away. For variety, mee rebus, lempeng, nasi lemak and laksa Johore are also available. Norli Azira says that her main challenge is to maintain rapport with customers and try to maintain their prices despite rising cost of raw materials. Competition is healthy so they can’t remain complacent. Nowadays, food is not their only concern: they are also into the laundrette business bought over from a friend next door. Isn’t that a totally different business altogether? As far as Norli is concerned, it’s “still a service and consumer-oriented business.” Restoran Azira is open from 7am to 10pm daily.For more information, call 019-220 8855. Address: No 5 Jalan Cheongsam 10/11, Seksyen 10, Shah Alam.

Thursday, June 14, 2007

English Premiership League Season 2007/2008 Fixture List

Saturday, 11 August 2007 Arsenal v Fulham Aston Villa v Liverpool Bolton v Newcastle Chelsea v Birmingham Derby v Portsmouth Everton v Wigan Man Utd v Reading Middlesbrough v Blackburn Sunderland v Tottenham West Ham v Man City For full fixture, please visit or soccernet

Wednesday, June 13, 2007


To Intan,

please contact her as per information below.

Or to anyone who in contact with her, please pass this info to Intan. One more thing, please do not disclose any personal information without the person consent.



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To :

To Whom It May Concern,

I am looking for one friend of mine…long lost one…dah lamer sgt dah…bila search nama dia, it will link to MRSM Tepen and nama dia is Intan Andura Ismail…tatau whether this is my fren or not…may I know how to contact her…I need to make sure sama ada dia nil ah kwn I yg dah terputus tu…ntah dia ingat saya lagi ker tak…masa tu we all sekolah rendah kat sg petani but after standard 6 she has to move to another school ikut bapak dia…can you please help me? Thx…

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Assistant Director

Mega Fam Secretariat

International Promotion Division

Tourism Malaysia

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Sejuta wanita Malaysia makin gebu, gempal, gemuk

SOURCE: Utusan Online

PUTRAJAYA 12 Jun – Kajian Bahagian Kawalan Penyakit Kementerian Kesihatan menunjukkan hampir 20 peratus penduduk dewasa dan 21 peratus kanak-kanak di negara ini mengalami ‘Masalah 3G’ iaitu Gebu, Gempal dan Gemuk.

Menteri Kesihatan, Datuk Seri Dr. Chua Soi Lek berkata, kajian tahun lalu itu menunjukkan satu juta atau 18.8 peratus wanita berusia 25 hingga 64 tahun adalah gemuk, manakala bagi lelaki sebanyak 13.9 peratus atau 850,000 orang.

Beliau berkata, ini bermakna bagi setiap 100 orang di kalangan mereka yang berumur 25 hingga 64 tahun, terdapat 14 orang lelaki yang gemuk sementara bagi wanita pula seramai 19 orang.

Trend obesiti yang serupa, katanya, turut melanda kanak-kanak.

Kajian Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) ke atas 12,000 murid sekolah di Semenanjung Malaysia menunjukkan 10.5 peratus daripada mereka berlebihan berat badan dan enam peratus dikategorikan sebagai gemuk.

‘‘Kalau dulu mungkin orang yang gebu, gempal serta gemuk dikatakan sihat dan sejahtera tetapi kini tidak lagi kerana ia menjurus kepada bahaya dan bencana.

“Gejala 3G sekarang sudah menjadi masalah kesihatan yang semakin serius, justeru langkah-langkah pencegahan perlu dilaksanakan oleh semua pihak,” kata Soi Lek pada seminar kesihatan Masalah 3G dan Kesannya Kepada Kesihatan Wanita anjuran Persatuan Suri dan Anggota Wanita Perkhidmatan Awam Malaysia (Puspanita) di sini hari ini.

Teks ucapan beliau dibacakan oleh Setiausaha Parlimen Kementerian Kesihatan, Datuk Lee Kah Choon.

Soi Lek berkata, berbanding kajian serupa 10 tahun lalu, jumlah penduduk dewasa berumur 18 tahun ke atas yang berlebihan berat badan adalah 16.6 peratus sementara kegemukan dianggarkan 4.4 peratus.

Beliau menambah, Malaysia merupakan negara rantau Asia Tenggara yang mempunyai masalah kegemukan kedua tertinggi.

Tegasnya, pendidikan kesihatan yang betul amat penting kerana kegemukan adalah permulaan untuk mendapat penyakit kronik seperti sakit jantung koronari, diabetes dan strok.

Menurut Pertubuhan Kesihatan Sedunia (WHO), kegemukan turut meningkatkan risiko mendapat kanser payu dara, kanser kolon, prostat, uterus, buah pinggang dan penyakit pundi hempedu menerusi perubahan hormon akibat kegemukan.

‘‘Kegemukan juga menjadi penyumbang kepada penyakit sendi atau ‘osteoartritis’ yang kerap dialami oleh golongan dewasa sehingga mengehadkan pergerakan mereka,” katanya.

Perkembangan ini antara lain berpunca daripada perubahan gaya hidup rakyat negara ini ekoran pertumbuhan pesat sosioekonomi yang memberangsangkan.

Sehubungan itu, Soi Lek mahu dua amalan asas dipatuhi oleh semua terutama kanak-kanak iaitu mengambil makanan berkhasiat mengikut keperluan tubuh dan melakukan aktiviti fizikal mencukupi.

‘‘Kegemukan tidak berlaku dalam sekelip mata. Penurunan berat badan juga tidak boleh dilakukan dalam tempoh singkat kerana mereka yang mengalami masalah 3G perlu menurunkan berat badan secara sistematik iaitu antara 0.5 hingga satu kilogram seminggu,” katanya.

Soi Lek menambah, penurunan berat badan yang drastik melalui pengambilan ubat-ubatan tidak diiktiraf oleh Kementerian Kesihatan akan mendatangkan kemudaratan dan seterusnya kematian.

From SMART official website

SOURCE: SMART OFFICIAL WEBSITE What are the safety features in SMART?

Safety in motorway tunnel is of paramount importance and absolute priority to us. We will install many safety features to ensure public safety. These features will be highlighted at a latter time. The common question is how safe is the tunnel and will the vehicles in the motorway be submerged during an emergency. SMART is probably the only system that has incorporated the most number of emergency and contingency features in its operation system. As safety of vehicles in the motorway will be of paramount importance, SMART has additional features that are unique over and above the features seen in a normal motorway tunnel. The main features are:

  • Automated Flood Control Gates: the water tight gates are installed on either ends of the motorway tunnel (within the stormwater section). In addition similar single flood control steel gates will be installed at both entrances and exits of the motorway tunnel. These gates will be operated with a hydraulic system.
  • Cross Passage between decks at 250m intervals: the passage acts as emergency exits during an emergency.
  • Ventilation/ escape shafts at 1km intervals: these powerful air ventilators will constantly renew the air and maintain the air quality within the motorway. To protect the ventilation system during the flooding, the system consists of a series of shafts each containing an exhaust and fresh air injector. This design enables the fans to be situation outside the SMART tunnel to create a longitudinal flow in the tunnel between the shafts that permits the air in the tunnel to be continuously renewed and the extraction of the exhaust fumes. The feature also allows for smoke control in the event of a fire.
  • Equipped with fire fighting equipment, telephone and surveillance at 1 km interval

Access to sites cut in crackdown on Internet scams

Note: Please read the last paragraph... SOURCE: The Star Online KUALA LUMPUR: The authorities have started a crackdown on cyber scams, blocking access to six illegal investment websites and raiding the offices of an Internet firm in the Klang Valley.

In a press statement released yesterday, the Securities Commission said the six websites were or,,,, or and

“SC will continue to work with Bank Negara, the Malaysian Communications Multimedia Commission (MCMC) and CyberSecurity Malaysia to track, identify and block access to websites promoting investment scams.

“It will take all measures to fight illegal investment activities, including taking enforcement action against operators and agents of illegal investment websites,” the statement said.

In the next few months, more scam websites will be blocked. The SC has identified some 60 websites that are involved in illegal cyber investments.

Bank Negara and the SC have begun joint operations with the police in tracking down such illegal e-investment activities.

On Monday, a raid was conducted on several AB Fund offices in the Klang Valley for suspected illegal deposit-taking and investment activities.

It was learnt that documents, equipment and servers were among the items confiscated from the premises, while statements were also taken from its employees.

An illegal deposit-taking operator can be jailed up to 10 years or fined RM10mil, or both, the statement said.

Recently, thousands of Malaysians were believed to have lost several million ringgit in an “investment” scheme known as buy-e-barrel, which closed down abruptly.

The scheme offered daily interest of between 2% and 3% for an investment of between US$100 (RM345) and US$2,000 (RM6,900).

Last year, two Datuks and six others were placed under remand to aid in investigations into a get-rich-quick scheme that allegedly promised “huge returns for a minimum investment”.

The alleged scam, known as SwissCash or Swiss Mutual Fund, claimed that investors’ funds were channelled to business activities ranging from oil exploration to shipping and agriculture in the Caribbean.

Investors were required to pay a registration fee of US$30 (RM103.50) to join the scheme, which allegedly offered huge returns for a minimum investment of US$100 .

The public are advised to refer to the SC’s Frequently Asked Questions: “Do Not Invest in Illegal Internet Investment Schemes” available at

Investors who are still participating in such illegal investment schemes via the Internet have been reminded to withdraw their investments and terminate their accounts immediately as they would not be able to access their accounts once the websites are blocked.

From my Email box

Moga bermanfaaat //Abu Muhammad Regular bedtime vital for very young children If your baby has irregular sleeping patterns, try putting him/her to bed at a particular time every night, suggests Dr Norzila Mohd Zainudin, a consultant paediatrician, and member of the Asia-Pacific Paediatric Sleep Alliance. She said that 25-30 percent of parents experienced some form of sleep problems with their young ones. " Sleep plays an important role for infants and toddlers as they are less moody and interact better with other people, improves their ability to learn, as babies process the information they have stored throughout the day while they are sleeping, and also helps them grow at a much healthier rate" added Dr Norzila. She suggested that there are three steps towards better sleep for young children:
1. a warm bath, 2. a gentle massage 3. quiet bed-time activities.

Tuesday, June 12, 2007

SMART toll set at RM2

Source: The Star Online Note: highlight in italic KUALA LUMPUR: Users of the Stormwater Management and Road Tunnel (SMART) will be charged a RM2 toll from 11.59pm on June 14, Works Minister Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu said.

He said the toll would be increased again in three years, adding that the price was right as the tunnel concessionaire had forked out RM640mil to build it.

Noting that there was no Government subsidy involved, he said: “In any part of the world where tunnels are built, the toll is higher.

“It is also an alternative route. Road users can continue to use the existing highway but if you need to speed up your journey, then use the tunnel,” he told reporters after opening a meeting of senior Works Ministry officers.

Motorists can enter the road tunnel from the Kuala Lumpur-Seremban Expressway near the Sungai Besi airfield runway and exit either at Jalan Davis and Jalan Tun Razak near the Kampung Pandan roundabout, or vice-versa.

The tunnel is open only to cars, MPVs and SUVs not exceeding 2m in height. No motorcycles, buses or lorries are allowed. Touch ‘n Go and SmartTag facilities are available for paying toll.

Asked why flash floods were still occurring even though the tunnel was open, Samy Vellu said he believed the Drainage and Irrigation Department (DID) had many projects underway to deal with the problem.

It was reported previously that the floodwater diversion part of the SMART project would only be operational next month, while the motorway tunnel was opened on May 14.

The project would be fully operational only after the construction of some 200 dams and flood retention ponds.

Sunday, June 10, 2007


gambar: utusan online Semoga bahagia ke akhir hayat...

tutup!! & bukak!!

aku ingat orang dah sedia maklum... tapi kena cakap lagi sekali le... pertandingan baby mata bulat dah tutup pada 31 May 2007. Sekarang ni tunggu result poll saja. POLL dateline 30 June 2007 sekarang ni pertandingan baru bermula pertandingan mata sepet. dateline untuk penyertaan 31 June 2007 . Poll dibukak 1 Jul 2007 - 31 July 2007.

Friday Nasiha 8 June 2007

Jumada al Awwal 22, 1428, A.H. - June 8, 2007, C.E.

Living the Quran

Qaf Chapter 50: Verse 18

Note Takers "Not a word does he utter but there is a sentinel by him, ready (to note it)."

When man stand in the Court of Allah, in addition to the knowledge of Allah about a person’s worldly deeds, there will be two witnesses who will produce documented evidence of the person's actions and deeds. It is difficult for us to comprehend the true nature of the documentation. But from the facts that we are witnessing today, it seems certain that the voices and pictures and marks of man's actions and movements are being preserved and imprinted on every particle of the environment in which he lives and works, and each one of these can be reproduced in exactly the same form and voice. Man is doing this on a very limited scale with the help of his inventions, but the angels of God neither stand in need of these machines nor are bound by any limitation. Man's own body and everything around it is their tape and their film upon which they can record every voice and every image along with its minute and most delicate detail precisely and exactly, and can make man hear, on the Day of Resurrection, with his own ears, in his own voice, those very things which he talked about in the world, and can make him see, with his own eyes, the pictures of all his misdeeds, whose genuineness he would not possibly be able to deny.

Here, one should also understand that in the Court of the Hereafter Allah will not punish anybody only on the basis of His own knowledge, but will punish him after fulfilling all the requirements of justice. That is why an exhaustive record is being prepared of every person's words and deeds in the world so that a complete proof with undeniable evidence becomes available of everyone's life-work and activity.

Source: "Towards Understanding the Quran" - Sayyid Abul Ala Mawdudi

Understanding the Prophet's Life

We Are Not Angels

The Prophet, peace be upon him, kept striving to soothe the consciences of believers who were afraid of their own weaknesses and failings. One day, the Companion Hanzalah al-Usaydi met Abu Bakr and confessed to him that he was convinced of his own deep hypocrisy because he felt divided between contradictory feelings: in the Prophet's presence, he almost saw paradise and hell, but when he was away from him his wife and children and daily affairs caused him to forget. Abu Bakr in his turn admitted that he experienced similar tensions. They both went to the Prophet to question him about the seemingly dismal state of their spirituality.

Hanzalah explained the nature of his doubts, and Muhammad answered: "By He who holds my soul in His hands, if you were able to remain in the [spiritual] state in which you are when in my company, and remember God permanently, the angels would shake your hands in your beds and along your paths. But it is not so, Hanzalah: there is a time for this [devotion, remembrance] and a time for that [rest, amusement]." (Bukhari, Muslim) Their situation had nothing to do with hypocrisy: it was merely the reality of human nature, which remembers and forgets, and which needs to remember precisely because it forgets, because human beings are not angels.

Source: "In The Footsteps of the Prophet" - Tariq Ramadan, p. 112


Infinite Rewards

Islam undoubtedly attaches great value to constancy in charity and giving alms to the poor and needy as a fundamental aspect of religion; however, Islam in no way restricts charitable deeds to the economic realm. Rather the concept of charity includes every imaginable act of kindness or contribution that one can possibly do for humans or any of God's creatures. Even as the concept of worship in Islam extends to all aspects of life, likewise, the definition of charity embraces all aspects of life.

While emphasizing charity and alms-giving as an important aspect of religion, especially in case of those who are well to do, Islam simultaneously stresses the importance of good works in a general sense. In other words, it reckons every single word or deed one can possibly do with a view to improve the quality of life for God's creatures as a great act of charity meriting infinite rewards.

There are numerous traditions that extend the concept of charity to include every imaginable act of virtue or kindness that humans are capable of performing. Imam Ibn Rajab sums up the Islamic teachings in this regard: "Human beings are obligated to give thanks to Allah every single day for His blessings on them by performing acts of virtue and charity on a daily basis. Among such acts that we ought to perform are those deeds or actions whose benefits extend to others. These include all acts of benevolence and compassion, helping those in distress or need, treating others compassionately, rendering acts of kindness towards them, protecting them against harm or injury, as well as any act of kindness towards each and every creature of God. Secondly, there are such works whose benefits affect only the person who is doing them. These include various kinds of dhikr (remembrance of Allah), saying benedictions on the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him), reading the Quran, walking to mosque, simplicity in manners and conduct and attire, earning one's livelihood in lawful ways, engaging in introspection and self-examination, etc."

It becomes abundantly clear from the above that if anyone volunteers time, money, or energy in whatever beneficial ways in order to improve the quality of life for those around us, it is undoubtedly considered as a noble act of charity in Islam, meriting infinite rewards.

Wednesday, June 06, 2007

jokes of the day

A man walks into a New York City bank and says he wants to borrow $2,000 for three weeks. The loan officer asks him what kind of collateral he has. The man says "I've got a Rolls Royce -- keep it until the loan is paid off -- here are the keys." The loan officer promptly has the car driven into the bank's underground parking for safe keeping, and gives the man $2,000. Three weeks later the man comes into the bank, pays back the $2,000 loan, plus $10 interest, and regains possession of the Rolls Royce. The loan officer asks him, "Sir, if I may ask, why would a man who drives a Rolls Royce need to borrow two thousand dollars?" The man answers, "I had to go to Europe for three weeks, and where else could I store a Rolls Royce for that long for ten dollars?" ---- A man takes a balloon ride at a local country fair. A fierce wind suddenly kicks up, causing the balloon to violently leave the fair and carry its occupant out into the countryside. The man has no idea where he is, so he goes down to five meters above ground and asks a passing wanderer: "Excuse me, sir, can you tell me where I am?"

Eyeing the man in the balloon the passer-by says: "You are in a downed red balloon, five meters above ground."

The balloon's unhappy resident replied, "You must be
"How could you possible know that?" asked the passer-by. "Because your answer is technically correct but absolutely useless, and the fact is I am still lost".

"Then you must be in management", said the passer-by. "Thats right! How did you know?" "You have such a good view from where you are, and yet you don't know where you are and you don't know where you are going. The fact is you are in the exact same position you were in before we met, but now your problem is somehow my fault!"

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Sunday, June 03, 2007

Friday Nasiha 1 June 2007

Jumada al Awwal 15, 1428, A.H. - June 1, 2007, C.E.

Living the Quran

Al-Isra (The Ascension) Chapter 17: Verse 19

Road to The Final Destiny "Those who desire the life to come, and strive for it as it ought to be striven for, and are true Believers - they are the ones whose strivings find acceptance and reward"

When the lifestyle of one who is working solely for the material gains of this world is compared with that of a person who is striving for the everlasting rewards of the Hereafter, there is seemingly very little difference. In both cases, each person is seen to be striving to maintain a quality life. But, it is clear that the non-believer cannot compare with the true Believer. The non-believer may find that all his worldly desires are fulfilled, but his accomplishments will only bring temporary satisfaction. The true Believer on the other hand, may achieve worldly gains but he realises that true contentment will only come when the ultimate reward of Paradise and the pleasure of his Lord is achieved.

This understanding of life and its true objective is the secret of the believer's strength and support. This makes him the most powerful and resourceful person to walk upon the earth.

Start, then, to prepare for the Hereafter today! Why waste your time and energy on what will perish when you can use the same to earn the delights and pleasures of the life to come? Everything you have must be put forward as an investment for that life, but you must keep in mind that the investment is not the objective. All that Allah has bestowed on you - body, mind, faculties and property - are valuables for investment, but the real objective is to earn the pleasure of Allah and the rewards of Paradise.

Remember that your personal destiny and, therefore, the end of all your life's pursuits, lay in the Hereafter, but the road to that destiny lies in Dunya, in this world. Indeed the achievements made during the time of the Prophet were the results of full participation in this world - neither withdrawing nor retiring from it - for the sake of the Life to Come. The Prophet and his Companions planned for this world as though they were going to stay here forever but equally they sought the rewards of the Hereafter as though death was close at hand. It is this delicate balance that you must strive to achieve in your approach to life.

Source: "In The Early Hours" - Khurram Murad

Understanding the Prophet's Life

Good Character

In Islam the value of morality is very high. The fact is that if religion is the name of good conduct between man and man, then on the other hand in its spiritual sense it is also the name of the best relationship between man and his God, and in both these aspects there is the same reality.

Anas, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: “Allah's Messenger, peace be upon him, has said: 'A slave achieves, by means of the goodness of his character, great position and high honour in the Hereafter, though he may be weak in matters of worship; but on account of his wickedness of character he is thrown in the lowest recesses of the Hell.” [Tibrani]

Ibn Umar, may Allah be pleased with him, is reported to have narrated: “I have heard the Prophet as saying: 'A Muslim who observes moderation in matter of worship, on account of the goodness of his character and decency achieves the position of that man who observes fast and recites Allah's verses during prayers in the night.” [Ahmed]

Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, has quoted the Prophet as saying: “A believer's nobility is his religiosity, his tolerance is his intelligence, and his lineage is his good character.” [Hakim]

Source: "Muslims Character" - Muhammad Al-Ghazali

Towards Better Writing

The Writing Process

Writing is a process that seems to be complicated but actually demands merely the accomplishment of a few basic skills. It can be made easier if we understand our subject, our purpose, and our audience. Given that, we can minimize the frustrations associated with writing by breaking up the process into manageable steps. These steps are described below:

A. Planning

Writing begins with planning. This means thinking about what can and may be written about the subject at hand. It can also mean taking notes, making lists, or creating a rough outline of the ideas being presented. The thinking, verbalizing, and imagining that precede the first word down are just as important as the mechanics of writing the entire piece.

B. Drafting

To begin writing, we prepare the first draft in concise form, using no more words than necessary and avoiding vague words that will confuse the ideas being conveyed. While doing so, we must keep the readers and their ability to comprehend the main ideas in mind. Our use of descriptive examples can often clarify difficult ideas.

The draft is the foundation of the written piece. Once it is ready, we review it to recognize usable elements - ideas, examples, and style - so that we may develop them in the revision stage. We should be prepared to throw out part or all of the draft if it does not work.

C. Revising

We go over our draft to weed out unimportant details and clarify any vague ideas. However, revision is not to be considered merely a mechanism for fixing the first draft; it should be treated as a means to create the final product. In this phase of writing, it is not unusual to change a major portion of our work, its tone, or the point of view from which it is written.

D. Proofreading

We proofread the final manuscript to check for grammar, spelling, and punctuation errors. For quick reference, it helps to have a dictionary and a handbook of grammar rules handy. We should make it a rule that if we do not have time to proofread, we do not have time to write.

Compiled From: "Training Guide for Islamic Workers" - Hisham Altalib, pp. 166, 167

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