Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Ramadhan BookMarkers


- by Brotherhood Arts -

RM 9 ONLY for each set !!!

ada 2 set = the 1st line & 2nd line (in picture above)

...boleh guna sendiri, boleh jual, boleh bagi hadiah...
sape nak beli+/jual boleh order terus or thru me =)

Allahumma bariklana fi Rajab wa Sya'ban, wa ballighna Ramadhan!

Sunday, August 26, 2007

??? Malaysia ??? Merdeka ??? Palestin ???

??? Malaysia ??? Merdeka ??? Palestin ???

Saya baca artikel seorang rakan, tentang kebakaran yg dilalukan ke atas Masjid al-Aqsa;

Saya juga baca post di blog seorang rakan, tentang berkibarnya Jalur Gemilang menjelang Hari Kemerdekaan Malaysia yg ke-50;

dan Saya juga baca penulisan seorang rakan, tentang Jiwa Remaja yang Merdeka...


21 Ogos adalah Hari Memperingati Al-Quds

31 Ogos adalah Hari Kemerdekaan Malaysia

dan jangan pula lupa

3 September adalah hari pengisytiharan World Zionist Organization


Siapa kata perjuangan membebaskan Palestin tidak ada kaitan dengan kemerdekaan kita rakyat Malaysia? Saya fikir tarikh-tarikh yg sangat dekat inilah yg patut mendorong diri kita untuk benar-benar bebaskan dan merdekakan diri.

Malaysia sudah merdeka dari pemerintahan British selama 50 tahun, tapi rata-rata rakyatnya masih dijajah dari sudut pemikiran & gaya kehidupan, seperti yg telah di-agenda-kan oleh World Zionist Organization genap 100 tahun dahulu... dan agenda terbesar WZO ini adalah untuk mewujudkan Israel Raya dengan membina sebuah kuil Yahudi di atas Tanah Suci al-Quds di Palestin.

Kita orang Islam, lagi-lagi orang Malaysia yang islam (dengan nama & jiwa!), sangat-sangat patut menyokong dan berusaha membebaskan Palestin & al-Quds yang sudah dijajah 60 tahun oleh Israel laknatullah!

Cuba bayangkan jika negara Israel Raya berjaya diwujudkan, na'uzubillahi min dzaliik,
adakah kita di Malaysia ini akan terus 'aman' dan tidak akan diganggu?

"Glory to (God) Who did take His servant
for a Journey by night
from the Sacred Mosque to the Farthest Mosque,
whose precincts We bless,
in order that We might show him some of Our Signs:
for He is the One Who Heareth and
Seeth (all things)"
Al-Isra' : 1

Saya rasa agak malu untuk mengibarkan bendera Malaysia di kala ini kerana, terus-terang kata, saya lebih pentingkan pembebasan al-Quds di Palestin...

Apa kata kamu?

Saturday, August 25, 2007

Di Mana Kita???

berita bagai api yg membakar darah muda ini...
di mana kita???
DI MANA KITA????????

tadi sebelum distribute flyers Fast2Fund 4 Palestine di sekitar Masjid UIA, sempat singgah military exhibition dekat dengan main audi... angkat senapang display yg kosong takde ammo tu 5 saat pun macam tak larat! terasa 3rd Dan TaeKwon-Do yg baru diperoleh langsung tidak bermakna utk perjuangan membebaskan al-Quds...

perlu cergas dan cerdas.
perlu sihat segera...
sihat segera!
dengan izin Allah yg Maha Mengetahui segala sesuatu...


Al-Mujahidat, Armed Hamas Women in Gaza
Written by Bassem Roomie Published Thursday, August 23, 2007
The Media Line

Wearing a long, draped robe and black headscarf, with a rocket-propelled grenade on her shoulder, Fatima, a 27-year-old woman living in Khan Younis, is a member of the special armed women units known as "Al-Mujahidat, " which are part of Hamas' military wing.

Fatima recently finished her bachelor's degree in social Islam from the Islamic University, a Hamas stronghold in Gaza. Her father was killed during an armed clash with Israeli soldiers few years ago and two of her five brothers are active members of Al-Qassam Brigades.

After the Israeli pullout from Gaza in 2004, Hamas decided to form the armed women's groups.

"I heard about an armed women's cell being formed in Khan Younis from my friends at the university. But joining the group was not an easy decision for me, especially as I was a student and at home I used to help my mother in taking care of the family."

Eventually, for the love of Jihad and martyrdom, Fatima joined the armed women's unit operating in southern Gaza a year ago.

"Yes, now I am a member of the Martyrs' Izzaddin al-Qassam Brigades," she told The Media Line.

Fatima believes that Hamas' overwhelming victory in last year's parliamentary elections was evidence of its growing power and a step towards the realization of its vision for an Islamic Palestinian state. After the election, she says, "I made up my mind and joined the group."

The group is made up of 32 women, most of them from families supportive of Hamas.

Fatima says, "Their husbands and relatives are either members of Izzaddin al-Qassam or martyrs killed by the Zionists."

According to their religion, jihad has been imposed on all Muslims, males and females alike, and these women are obeying the call for jihad, which literary means "the call for struggle" against non-Islamic enemies to defend Muslims and their property.

Those women have the honor of competing with men in the jihad for the liberation of the land and the creation of the Islamic state, according to Fatima.

"We simply love jihad and its path and no one imposed that on us" she adds.

The armed women are in contact with their male counterparts in the al-Qassam Brigades, but there are no direct exchanges between the two militant groups. Communication is conducted only through middlemen, mainly high-ranking officers.

Hamas decided to form the armed women's units after the Israeli withdrawal from Gaza. Since then, according to Fatima, the women are being trained by their male counterparts in secret camps scattered all over Gaza, founded on the ruins of the evacuated Israeli settlements, or inside the large tracts of the orange groves. Practical training includes planting roadside bombs and firing rockets and mortars. Theoretical training, on the other hand, is carried out at mosques after pre-dawn prayers.

Hamas relies on mosques for its daily indoctrination of youth with the culture of Jihadism. The Islamic group has strong enlistment through mosques advocating its ideas of struggle and martyrdom. In three years the number of mosques has jumped from 200 to 600 in Gaza City alone, since Hamas started using them as arms depots and training centers for the newly recruited operatives. Fatima, who also teaches Quran at the mosque as a second duty, describes the growing opportunities for Hamas women.

"Islam has honored women and given them a role to play in all aspects of life," she says.

The role of women in Jihad is not only to encourage their male relatives to participate but also to be on the front lines and actively take part in the fighting.

Previously, Hamas used women during the Israeli army's incursions into Gaza to observe the tanks, collect information and forward it to al-Qassam male fighters, who then moving accordingly.

In January 2004 Hamas allowed the first woman to carry out a suicide attack at the Erez checkpoint on behalf of Hamas. Today, there are hundreds of Hamas women fighters in Gaza ready to take to the streets and stand up to any Israeli assault.

In its founding declaration of 1988, Hamas emphasizes the significance of women for jihad. Moreover, this Hamas gender revolution has also increased its popularity amongst the Palestinian people and simplified its mission to root out the [Fatah-controlled] Palestinian Authority and establish an Islamic state.

Last June al-Qassam women played a significant role during Hamas' all-out assault to rout its Fatah rival in Gaza. Those women, who appeared veiled, took part in the active battle.

During the offensive to take control of Gaza, Fatima was one of few women who took part in the attack on the Preventive Security Service, the Fatah stronghold in Gaza that was viewed by Hamas as the place used by pro-Israeli collaborators to spy on the mujahidin.

Hamas militiamen took over all Fatah security compounds, including the PA chairman's residence, known as al-Muntada. This offensive has, in practice, divided the Palestinian areas into two separate entities, with Fatah in the West Bank and Hamas in Gaza.

After eliminating what she calls "collaborators, " Fatima believes that Hamas is now moving into a more difficult period. "We are headed toward the phase of construction after the second liberation of Gaza," she says.

Today, many women have joined jihad, especially since Hamas' takeover of Gaza, and they are willing to lay down their lives for the sake of Allah, in order to bring happiness to the nation and to remove its torment and distress caused by the occupation, she says enthusiastically.

"There are several armed women's cells being formed all across the Gaza Strip," she confirms. Fatima believes the Palestinians are becoming a nation of jihad on the threshold of liberation, and that they reject humiliation and submission. She also considers the Hamas takeover of Gaza as a prologue to the great victory and the liberation of the rest of the Palestinian areas.

Fatima is longing for martyrdom for the sake of Allah and for the liberation of the Palestinian people from the Israeli occupation and its collaborators, the expression used by Hamas operatives when referring to moderate Fatah rivals.

Fatima's wish is to participate in a battle against the Israeli army if it invades Gaza.

"I am impatiently waiting for that day and follow the steps of the hero Reem al-Riyashi," the first Hamas woman who carried out the suicide attack at the Erez crossing in 2004.

According to a source in the PA there are far more than 32 mujahidat, more likely several hundred.

In the streets of Gaza, opinion on the women fighters is divided: followers of Fatah believe that women should stay at home and raise their children, while Hamas supporters believe the mujahidat are doing exactly what they need to do, and regard them as heroines.

Ashraf Shannon in the Gaza Strip and Yaniv Berman in Jerusalem contributed to this report.

Female followers and sympathizers of Hamas raise their children according to Hamas ideology, thus their children are learning it at home, as well as at Hamas-operated kindergartens.

Copyright © 2007 The Media Line. All Rights Reserved.

Sunday, August 19, 2007

Al-Quds is Calling Us!!!

Hi-Tea Aman Palestin
18 August 2007
Shah Alam

KARISMA-International on board

one of HAMAS's ministers

too bad I didn't remember his name...
____ al-Misriy...

His speech was really awesome!
he spoke about the current situation in Gaza,
he stressed out the real reason of why the Palestinians are not just keeping quiet when Israel continue to conquer their lands for already 60 years!

He spoke of his martyred brother,
whom he pray that one day he would follow his steps!

He spoke of a martyed mother of two kids
the elder 3 years old, n the younger not even a year,
who prayed for martyrdom since high school!

He spoke of a mother of 3 martyrs...
who believe that the blood of her children will help her.
She said to her son when he was about to depart:
Don't return home unless u retun as a syahid!

He spoke of all those who love their families,
but love Allah more!

My eyes filled with tears
my heart filled with fear
as I heard him speak...

Allah said in the Qur'an al-Baqarah:154,
"And say not of those who are slain the Way of God:
"They are dead."
Nay, they are living, though you perveive it not."

They don't just fight for Palestine,
they don't simply fight for their own freedom!
But they fight for al-Quds!
Al-Quds which belong to the Muslims!
Al-Quds which was our first qibla!
Al-Quds which is blessed by Allah!

I fear that I will not have anything on my part
on the Day of Judgement
when Allah ask
What Have I Done...
and when others who truly fight for Al-Quds claim
for What Have I Done
Just watching but do nothing?


Wednesday, August 15, 2007

entering Sya'ban...

masuk bulan Sya'ban!!! ~~~

Kalau belum mula warm-up utk Ramadhan,
silalah mula dengan segera!
jika ada hutang² juga perlu langsaikan segera!

Juga sepatutnya dah berjaya mengumpul sekurang-kurangnya
RM 20
utk Fast to Fund for Palestine!

"Allahumma bariklana fi Rajab wa Sya'ban, wa ballighna Ramadhan..."

ya Allah...
mohon dengan sangat...
mohon dengan sangat diperkenankan do'a ini...
juga mohon dengan sangat...
diberi kesihatan yg baik
supaya dapat melalui Ramadhan dengan cemerlang...
ya Allah...
mohon dengan sangat...
MOHON Dengan SANGAT.....

Friday, August 10, 2007

perlu mencabar diri ?

muahahahahahaha!!!! XD

*fuh fuhh**
tadi pergi training, dapat offer baik walaupun selalu tak datang training +_+

apa kata kamu jika saya mahu mencabar diri (dan orang lain ^__^) untuk melangkah naik satu tingkat ke 3rd Dan (Degree) TaeKwon-Do?

perlu istikharah lah...
saya tak rasa itu satu keperluan, jauh sekali keutamaan buat masa sekarang..
ataupun masa depan..

saya belum nak berhenti TaeKwon-Do,
tapi mungkin masa, tenaga dan fokus perlu diarahkan ke sesuatu yang lebih produktif

apa kata kamu?

Thursday, August 09, 2007

addicted ???

Brooklyn Singles from Mingle2

I thought I would get a higher percentage compared to my pals
but I was wrong!

Tuesday, August 07, 2007

tak kenal henti!!

wuuuuuuu.... T_T
masuk minggu ketiga saya tak sihat
sejak Isnin 23 aribulan 7
demam tak panas sangat
tapi pening
badan sangat lemah
tekak sangat sakit
batuk-batuk macam nak tercabut paru-paru
sampai muntah-muntah
hidung tersumbat dan hingus terus meleleh
*eee yucks!*

PENAT NYE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
cepatlah sihat wahai badan...

anti-virus ku:
Hidox CE - 1 tablet 2x/day
Multigreens - 1 tablet breakfast (ganti Chlorella for 2 months)
S'entials - 3 capsules bedtime
Cofrem - 2 teaspoon 4x/day (sampai baik batuk)
Hempedu Bumi (Androtec??) - 2 tablets 3x/day (sampai habis)
Manuka Honey (sampai baik batuk)

petang tadi, makan ikan pari
rasanya buat kali yg-kurang-drpd-5 sejak lahir
saya tak suka ikan pari
tapi saya mesti makan malam
mesti makan untuk sihat
mesti makan untuk average-kan semula BMI
mesti makan untuk dapatkan tenaga

sbb saya punya sangat-sangat banyak kerja

yep yep,

ya Allah...
kurniakanlah daku kekuatan, kesabaran & ketabahan dalam mengharungi perjuangan ini...

Sunday, August 05, 2007

plz mind your words

"ye lah anak orang kaya..."

kenapa perlu ada statement begini??????

saya sangat-sangat-sangat amik hati, kecik hati & sakit hati bila orang cakap macam ni

sangat sAngAt SANGAT!!!!!

saya perlu post perkara ini
sebab saya memang tak suka

ya Allah
please grant me the best of this world
and the Hereafter...

Saturday, August 04, 2007

sila bina semula dengan lebih kukuh!

Tutorial Calculus II Section 7 patutnya petang tadi pukul 3
Pegi pukul 2:50 kat depan pintu e0-1-13
Ada class lain
Tanye classes sebelah pun bukan tutorial Calculus
Jadi pergi Academic Affairs untuk tanya kalau dah tukar venue baru
Disuruh ke bilik Dr. Gharib di E1 Level 4 untuk tanya
*berjalan dengan pantas!*
Dr. Gharib tak ada kat bilik
Pegi cari Science Department E1 Level 3
*berlari turun tangga*
Tak ada orang kat Science Department tu
Pegi cari Dr. Jamal
Dr. Jamal suro cari Bro Anas kat Academic Affairs yg incharge venue
Tapi tak jumpa juga
Cari balik Dr. Jamal
Dr. Jamal search kat PC dia: tutorial kat E0-2-22
Pergi E0 Level 2 kol 3:30...
Semua class kosong!!!!
*batuk-batuk sampai terduduk. tak cukup nafas*

Rase cam nak pengsan je!!!!
40 minit cari class tak jumpa!!!

bukan sebab sesat! sebab diorang tukar venue tak bagitau!
busuk tak?
busuk tak???????
sangat-sangat-sangat mengikis tembok kesabaran!

macam mana nak bina semua dengan lebih kukuh?

Thursday, August 02, 2007

a moment plz...

wuuuuu..... sakit nye kepala ku ................................................................................................................................................................................................................

ya Allah plz give me strength to live this life........................................

Wednesday, August 01, 2007

back from STC in Pangkor


the Summer Training Camp in Pangkor with MISG was really great! Allahu Akbar!

actually I was quite sick - with a li'l headache and fever + very bad sore-throat (eh, macam mana eja???) + lost my voice on Saturday + and until now I'm coughing so bad when night-time comes.. hmm.. kak MJ, anak usrah awk ni dah terikut sangat jejak langkah awak plak huhu... smoga kte+awak lebih rajin makan ubat & lebih rajin jaga kesihatan yeh!!! ^__^

anyways, I created a new record in my driving database. Drive from Shah Alam to Lumut ^__^ lalu Kelang, Sabak Bernam, etc etc... (tak hafal peta pulak...) hehe...
[[mungkin dah menjawab soalan mereka yg tertanya-tanya knape Nela tetap nak drive walaupun kurang sihat...]]

But the bad news is, I didn't bring my camera to Pangkor coz my Bro was borrowing it. T_T huwaaa......... tak dpt nak pamerkan dalam blog ni betapa ciptaan Allah Maha Kuasa di luar sana sangat cantik + mendamaikan... smoga ada hikmahnya...

I really hope I can keep in touch with many of the STC participants. I know I can't keep in touch with all, not even more than 5 of the sisters yg baru kenal I think... -__-" but I'll try my best! as pledged during "Deklarasi Pangkor"...

another step towards the final destination
Hidup Ini Hanya Sekali, Hiduplah Dengan Penuh Erti