Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Beauty of MATH

1 x 8 + 1 = 9
12 x 8 + 2 = 98
123 x 8 + 3 = 987
1234 x 8 + 4 = 9876
12345 x 8 + 5 = 98765
123456 x 8 + 6 = 987654
1234567 x 8 + 7 = 9876543
12345678 x 8 + 8 = 98765432
123456789 x 8 + 9 = 987654321

1 x 9 + 2 = 11
12 x 9 + 3 = 111
123 x 9 + 4 = 1111
1234 x 9 + 5 = 11111
12345 x 9 + 6 = 111111
123456 x 9 + 7 = 1111111
1234567 x 9 + 8 = 11111111
12345678 x 9 + 9 = 111111111
123456789 x 9 +10= 1111111111

9 x 9 + 7 = 88
98 x 9 + 6 = 888
987 x 9 + 5 = 8888
9876 x 9 + 4 = 88888
98765 x 9 + 3 = 888888
987654 x 9 + 2 = 8888888
9876543 x 9 + 1 = 88888888
98765432 x 9 + 0 = 888888888

Brilliant, isn’t it? And look at this symmetry:
1 x 1 = 1
11 x 11 = 121
111 x 111 = 12321
1111 x 1111 = 1234321
11111 x 11111 = 123454321
111111 x 111111 = 12345654321
1111111 x 1111111 = 1234567654321
11111111 x 11111111 = 123456787654321
111111111 x 111111111=123456789 87654321

Now, take a look at this… 101% From a strictly mathematical viewpoint: What Equals 100%? What does it mean to give MORE than 100%? Ever wonder about those people who say they are giving more than 100%? We have all been in situations where someone wants you to GIVE OVER 100%. How about ACHIEVING 101%? What equals 100% in life? Here’s a little mathematical formula that might help answer these questions:

If we use Cryptography,
If: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Is represented as: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26.

If: H-A-R-D-W-O-R-K = 8+1+18+4+23+15+18+11 = 98%
And: K-N-O-W-L-E-D-G-E = 11+14+15+23+12+5+4+7+5 = 96%
But: A-T-T-I-T-U-D-E = 1+20+20+9+20+21+4+5 = 100%
THEN, look how far the love of God will take you:
L-O-V-E-O-F-G-O-D = 12+15+22+5+15+6+7+15+4 = 101%

Therefore, one can conclude with mathematical certainty that: While Hard Work and Knowledge will get you close, and Attitude will get you there, It’s the Love of God that will put you over the top! SUBHANALLAH!!

Sesungguhnya tiada suatu pun yang kebetulan, hatta sehelai daun yang berguguran...melainkan semuanya dalam pengetahuan Allah.

"Ya Rabb kami, tiadalah Engkau menciptakan ini dengan sia-sia Maha Suci Engkau, maka peliharalah kami dari seksa neraka."
(QS. 3:191)

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Your Teeth

I remembered that I have learnt this teethy thing but I cannot remember when and where. Let’s check out this info and revise it again. It may be helpful to make sure that we have the correct number of teeth. Enjoy the readings and have fun!

Humans have four types of teeth, each with a specific size, shape, and function. Adult humans have eight incisors, located at the front of the mouth—four in the upper jaw and four in the lower jaw. Incisors have a sharp edge that is used to cut food.

On either side of the incisors are the canines, or fangs. The upper canines are sometimes called eyeteeth. There are two canines in each jaw, and their primary role is to tear and shred food.

Behind the canines are the bicuspids, or premolars, flat teeth with pronounced cusps that grind and mash food. There are two sets, or four bicuspids, in each jaw.

Behind the bicuspids are the molars, where the most vigorous chewing occurs. There are twelve molars—three sets in each jaw—referred to as the first, second, and third molars. Third molars are often called wisdom teeth; they developed thousands of years ago when human diets consisted of mostly raw and unprocessed foods that required the extra chewing and grinding power of a third set of molars. Today wisdom teeth are not needed for chewing and, because they can crowd other teeth, are often removed.

From 6 to 12 months – Front teeth usually erupt
Between 13 and 19 months – first molars
19 months or older – Canines usually erupt
20 to 31 months – Second molars

From age 6 to age 9 – Permanent incisors, canines and first molars erupt
From age 10 to age 12 – Bicuspids erupt (Premolars erupt)
By age 13 – Second molars erupt
By the age of 21 - Third molars erupt

*Baby Tooth = Milk Tooth = A tooth in young mammals, including humans. The 20 deciduous teeth begin to fall out in early life to be replaced by the adult tooth.

*Adult Tooth = Permanent Tooth = A tooth of the second set of teeth that grow to replace the milk teeth. A human adult has 32 permanent teeth.

*Wisdom Teeth = 1 of 4 backmost teeth, 1 of the 4 teeth at the back of either side of the upper and lower jaw of human being. They are the last teeth to come in.

My mum had once suggested me to become a dentist. But I don’t have the courage and brave enough to practice general dentistry especially dental surgery. It’s kind of risky thing. Besides, my SPM result wasn’t that good enough to qualify me to be a dentist or a doctor. hehe… Anyway, Allah knows the Best!

Ouch, my teeth!

When I was in my childhood, I used to see the dentist every month or at least once in every 3 months to do some checkups. Every time when I reached the clinic, I would pray and hope that the dentist won’t harm or hurt me. I would stay away from the dentist if possible. But then my brothers would always calm me and told me that the dentist will give me some sweets and lollipops. Well I trust them than anyone else. But in the end, they would have taken the lollipops from me instead. ..huh. I shouldn’t have listened to them in the first place right? Never mind about that…that was a long time ago. I didn’t mind as long as my teeth are safe and sound.

Now I’m 21 years and 4 months old already, I have a sudden pain. This soreness and ache truly hurts me. New teeth started to grow and sting my gum. You know, by the age of 21 years old usually wisdom teeth starts to develop slowly but very painful and tender. Traditionally, wisdom teeth regularly associated with the onset of maturity and the attainment of “wisdom”. So if you’re not matured enough, you’re disqualified from getting this valuable asset, the wisdom teeth.hee…

Though, you wouldn’t want one if you know how it hurts. Most of the time, this third molar tends to misaligned and requires removal. Wisdom teeth present potential problems when they are misaligned. Wisdom teeth commonly do not have enough room to properly erupt into our mouth. This lack of space can result in a number of harmful effects on our overall dental health. When a tooth cannot erupt into proper alignment, we call it impacted, which simply means “stuck” in an improper position. Removing wisdom teeth later on in life is much more difficult, the recovery period is longer and less predictable, and most importantly, wisdom tooth removal later in life is associated with increased risks and complications.

Click here to read more about these wisdom teeth

My piece of advice is that u better ask the dentist about the positioning of ur wisdom teeth. The dentist may take an x-ray periodically to evaluate for the presence and alignment of ur wisdom teeth. I haven’t seen the dentist yet. Hope that there’s nothing wrong with my wisdom teeth. It does really hurt. I lose my appetite to eat, I can’t open my mouth wider and I can’t sleep at night. Sometimes it disturbs my routines but that’s the nature. We tend to forget the bountiful pleasure that Allah has granted and gifted to us when we are healthy. The biggest impact from these wisdom teeth is that I lose my ability to chew. So I usually prefer to eat porridge instead of rice with no meat. I’m sort of being a herbivore mammal for a while. Alhamdulillah.

…Jadikan Aku Insan yang Bersyukur…

Sunday, April 26, 2009

When Friends Hurt Each Other

One day, Imam Malik entered Masjid An-Nabawi after Asr, and sat down towards the front of the masjid. RasulAllah sal Allahu alayhi wa sallam had commanded that anyone who enters the masjid should not sit until he first prays 2 raka’ as a salutation to the masjid. However, Imam Malik was of the opinion that RasulAllah sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam’s forbiddance of praying after Asr took precedence over tahiyyatul masjid. Therefore, Imam Mailk would teach his students to not pray the tahiyyatul masjid if they entered the masjid between Asr and Maghrib time.

At the moment that Imam Malik sat down, a young boy had seen him sit without first praying the 2 raka’ of tahiyyatul masjid. The young boy scorned him saying, “Get up and pray 2 raka’!”

Imam Malik dutifully stood up and began praying the 2 raka’. The students were stunned; what was going on? Had Imam Malik changed his opinion?

After he had completed the salah, the students swarmed around him and questioned his actions. Imam Malik said, “My opinion has not changed, nor have I gone back on what I taught you earlier. I merely feared that had I not prayed the 2 raka’ as the young boy commanded, Allah may include me in the ayah:

And when it is said to them, ‘Bow (in prayer),’ they do not bow (Al-Mursalat, 77: 48).

Imam Ahmad held the opinion that eating camel meat nullifies ones wudu’; an opinion that the majority of scholars differed from. Some students asked him, “If you find an Imam eating camel meat in front of you and, without first making wudu’, he leads salah, would you pray behind him?”

Imam Ahmad replied, “Do you think I would not pray behind the likes of Imam Malik and Sa’eed ibn Al-Musayyab?”

Allah created humans with differences, and this is the law of creation. On the outside, we all have different languages, different colors, and different cultures. However on the inside, humans were created with many degrees of knowledge, intellect, and comprehension of concepts. This is all a sign of Allah’s all encompassing power to do whatever He wills:

And among His Signs is the creation of the heavens and the earth, and the difference of your languages and colors. Verily, in that are indeed signs for men of sound knowledge (Ar-Ruum, 30: 22).

Humans shall differ, but this is not the issue. The real issue is how a Muslim should confront these differences of opinions, and what should be our relationship with someone of a different opinion.

Allah ta’ala commanded us to call and advise people in this Deen of Al-Islam. Many Muslims set off on this mission blindfolded, not realizing that the map is already in the Qur’an. In fact, in the very same verse where Allah commanded us to call and advise people in this Deen, Allah also taught us how to do it. Read the following verse carefully:

Invite [fi’l Amr – Allah is commanding] to the way of your Lord with wisdom and good instruction and argue with them in a way that is best (An-Nahl, 16: 25).

There is no need to philosophize or talk in flower gardens. It is right there, plain and simple for anyone who would take heed. There, in that aayah, are the three ingredients to apply when we disagree with someone. The same Allah that taught us to debate the truth also taught us how to do it: with hikmah, good instruction, and to argue in a way that is best.

What does it mean to have hikmah (wisdom) when differing with someone?

The nephews of RasulAllah sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam once set one of the most beautiful examples of hikmah in advising others. In their young age, Al-Hassan wal Husayn saw an elderly man performing wudu’ incorrectly. Together they arranged a plan to teach the man without insulting him, advising him in a manner befitting of his age.

They went to the man and announced, “My brother and I have differ over who amongst us performs wudu’ the best. Would you mind being the judge to determine which one of us indeed performs wudu’ more correctly?”

The man watched intently as the two grandsons of RasulAllah sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam performed wudu’ in an explicit manner. After they had finished, the man thanked Al Hassan wal Husayn and said, “By Allah, I did not know how to perform wudu’ before this. You have both taught me how to do it correctly.”

We must understand that there are two dimensions to hikmah. First, there is the hikmah of knowledge (hikmah ilmiyyah). And second, there is the hikmah of action (hikmah amaliyyah).

Some people may have hikmah of knowledge. However, we see that when they try correcting others, and advise them, they lack the hikmah of action. This causes many people to reject the hikmah of knowledge.

To illustrate hikmah of knowledge without hikmah of action, a brother once completed salah in a local masjid. He then proceeded to shake hands with the people on his right and left. The brother to his immediate right slapped his hand and snapped, “That is not part of the Sunnah!”

The man replied more correctly, “Oh, is disrespect and insult part of the Sunnah?”

To show hikmah when we differ requires the following:

1. Sincerity

If we differ, our intentions should be that we are differing in the sincere hope of coming away with the truth. Our intentions should be sincerely for the sake of Allah. We should not differ just to release some hate or envy in our heart. Nor, should we differ to embarrass someone like we may have been embarrassed. RasulAllah sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam said:

“Whoever learns knowledge [knowledge from that which should be sought for the sake of Allah] only to receive a commodity of the material world; he shall not find the fragrance of Jannah on the Day of Resurrection” (Abu Dawood).

2. Kindness and Gentleness

To have hikmah when differing means we should rarely depart from an atmosphere of kindness and gentleness; we should seldom allow ourselves to become angry and raise our voices.

Fir‘own was one of the evilest persons that lived. On the other hand, Musa alayhis sallam was one of the noblest. Look at how Allah told Musa alayhis sallam to advise Fir’own:

Go, both of you, to Fir’own. Indeed, he has transgressed. And speak to him with gentle speech, perhaps he may remember or fear [Allah].

A man once entered upon the khalifah and chastised him for some policies he had taken. The khalifah replied, “By Allah, Fir’own was more evil than me. And by Allah, Musa alayhis sallam was more pious than you. Yet, Allah commanded him to ‘speak with gentle speech; perhaps he may remember or fear (Allah).]’”

3. Take Your Time and Clarify

To have hikmah when dealing with others is to be patient and clarify things before snapping to conclusions. Imam Ahmad narrates with his chain of narrators leading to Ibn Abbas, who said:

“A man from Banu Saleem passed by a group of the Prophet sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam’s companions [during the time of war]. The man said as salaamu alaykum to them. The companions concluded that he only said as salamu alaykum as a deception to save himself from being caught. They surrounded him, and Malham ibn Juthaamah killed him. From that event Allah revealed the [following] verse:”

O you who have believed, when you go forth (to fight) in the cause of Allah, investigate, and do not say to one who gives you [a greeting of peace], “You are not a believer,” aspiring for the goods of worldly life; for with Allah are many acquisitions. You [yourselves] were like that before; then Allah conferred His favor [i.e. guidance] upon you, so investigate. Indeed, Allah is aware with what you do, acquainted (An-Nisaa’, 4: 94).

4. Speak Kindly

Never trade-in kind words for harshness, especially when dealing with other Muslims. In Madinah, Mus’ab ibn Umayr was the first ambassador of RasulAllah sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam. Before RasulAllah sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam had arrived in Madinah, Mus’ab taught ahlul-Madinah about Islam, and they began to enter the deen.

This enraged Sa’ad ibn ‘Ubaadah, one of the chieftains of Madinah. He sheathed his sword and set off for the head of Mus’ab ibn ‘Umayr. When he confronted Mus’ab, he threatened, “Stop this nonsense you speak, or you shall find yourself dead!”

Mus’ab replied in the way that should be a lesson for us all. Sa’ad did not stop at rudeness and ignorance; he wanted to slit Mus’ab’s throat. But Mus’ab kindly said, “Shall you not sit and listen for a few moments. If you agree with what I say, then take it. And if not, we shall desist from this talk.” Sa’ad sat down.

Mus’ab spoke about Allah and His Messenger until Sa’ad ibn ‘Ubaadah’s face shone like a full moon. He said, “What should a person do who wishes to enter into this Deen?”

Mus’ab told him and then Sa’ad replied, “There is a man. If he accepts this deen there shall be no home in Madinah that will not become Muslim. This man is Sa’ad ibn Mu’aadh.”

When Sa’d ibn Mu’aadh heard what was happening, he was infuriated. He left his home to go and kill this man called Mus’ab ibn Umayr for the dissention he had caused. He entered upon Mus’ab and announced, “You shall desist of this religion you speak of or you shall find yourself dead!”

Mus’ab again kindly replied, “Shall you not sit and listen for a few moments. If you agree with what I say then take it. And if not, I shall desist from this talk.” Sa’ad sat.

Mus’ab spoke about Allah and His messenger until Sa’ad ibn Mu’aadh’s face shone like a full moon and he asked, “What should a person do who wishes to enter into this Deen?”

Look at what a kind word did. Sa’ad ibn Mu’aadh went home to his Madinan tribe that night and announced to them all, “Everything of yours is haram upon me until you all enter into Islam.”

That night, every home in Madinah went to bed with la ilaaha illAllah all because of a kind word.

PART II: Who Wins?

When Mu’aawiyah ibn al-Hakam al-Salami came to Madinah from the desert, he did not know that it was forbidden to speak during the salah. He relates:

“Whilst I was praying behind the Messenger of Allah sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam, a man sneezed. So I said, ‘Yarhamuk Allah’ (may Allah have mercy on you). The people glared at me, so I said, ‘May my mother lose me! What is wrong with you that you are looking at me?’ They began to slap their thighs with their hands, and when I saw that they were indicating that I should be quiet, I stopped talking (i.e., I nearly wanted to answer them back, but I controlled myself and kept quiet).”

“When the Messenger of Allah sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam had finished praying – may my father and mother be sacrificed for him – he did not scold me, hit me, or put me in shame. I have never seen a better teacher than him before or since. He just said, ‘This prayer should contain nothing of the speech of men; it is only tasbeeh, takbeer and recitation of the Qur’an’” (Sahih Muslim).

Islam showed us how to differ with one another. Some people think that we should never differ at all, and all disagreements should be avoided. Nay, this is an incorrect assumption, for the Qur’an and Sunnah show clearly that when a mistake is made it should be corrected. Indeed, helping others to do what is right (sincere naseeha) is a requirement of the deen.

We see when the Rasul sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam turned away from Abdullah ibn Umm Maktoom, the blind man, Allah corrected him in the Qur’an:

[The Prophet] frowned and turned away, because there came to him the blind man. But what could tell you that perchance he might become pure [from sins]? Or that he might receive admonition, and that the admonition might profit him (‘Abasa, 80: 1-4)?

When Haatib ibn Abi Balta’ah radi Allahu anhu made the mistake of writing to the kuffar of Quraysh and informing them of the direction in which the Prophet sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam was headed on a military campaign against them, Allah ‘azza wa jall revealed the words:

O you who believe! Take not My enemies and your enemies as friends (Al-Mumtahinah, 60: 1).

Thus, we learn that when a mistake happens it should be corrected. However, the method of correction is what needs our attention.

Whenever Muslims argue, it is as if each party carries a banner of “I must win and you must lose!” However, careful study of the Sunnah shows us that this is not always the case with the way RasulAllah sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam acted. Consider the following banner’s of RasulAllah sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam:

Banner #1: I Lose and You Win

A Bedouin came to RasulAllah sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam and told him, “Give me from what Allah gave you, not from the wealth of your mother nor from the wealth of your father.” The Sahaabaa were furious at the man and stepped forward to discipline him for what he said. RasulAllah sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam commanded everyone to leave him.

Then by the hand, RasulAllah sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam took the Bedouin home, opened his door and said, “Take what you wish and leave what you wish.” The man did so and after he was done, RasulAllah sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam asked him, “Have I honored you?”

“Yes, by Allah,” said the Bedouin. “Ash hadu an laa ilaaha illAllah, wa ashhadu anna Muhammadar RasulAllah.”

When the Sahaabaa heard of how the man changed, RasulAllah sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam taught them:

“Verily, the example of myself, you, and this Bedouin is that of a man who had his camel run away. The townspeople tried capturing the camel for him by running and shouting after the camel, only driving it further away. The man shouted, ‘Leave me and my camel; I know my camel better.’ Then he took some grass in his hand, ruffled it in front of the camel, until it came willingly. By Allah, had I left you to this Bedouin, you would have hit him, hurt him and he would have left without Islam and eventually have entered Hellfire.”

Banner #2: I Win and You Lose

A Muslim should not have an apologetic stance to everything he is confronted with. There are times when the truth must be said, when there is no room for flattery.

When the makhzoomi woman (a woman from an affluent family) stole, people approached RasulAllah sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam to have her punishment canceled. RasulAllah sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam became very angry and stood on the pulpit and announced, “By Allah, had Fatima the daughter of Muhammad stole, I would have cut her hand off.”

There is no room for flattery because the truth must be stood up for. It is here that the etiquette of disagreement should shine.

Banner #3: I Win and You Win

There doesn’t always have to be a loser. In many cases, we see that RasulAllah sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam gave a way out for the people he differed with.

In the letter the Prophet sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam sent to Caesar, he said, “Become Muslim and you shall be safe; Allah shall give you your reward double!”

He did not say surrender or die or anything of that nature. Rather he said become Muslim and not only shall you win but your victory shall be double.

I shall end with this shining example of how to act with other Muslims from our role model, Abu Bakr radi Allahu anhu:

Abu Bakr radi Allahu anhu once disputed with another companion about a tree. During the dispute Abu Bakr said something that he rather would not have said. He did not curse, he did not attack anyone’s honor, and he did not poke a fault in anyone. All he said was something that may have hurt the other companion’s feelings.

Immediately, Abu Bakr, understanding the mistake, ordered him, “Say it back to me!”

The companion said, “I shall not say it back.”

“Say it back to me,” said Abu Bakr, “or I shall complain to the Messenger of Allah sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam.”

The companion refused to say it back and went on his way. Abu Bakr went to RasulAllah sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam and related what had happened and what he said. RasulAllah sal Allaahu alayhi wa salaam called that companion and asked him. “Did Abu Bakr say so and so to you?”

He said, “Yes.”

He asked, “What did you reply?”

He said, “I did not reply it back to him.”

RasulAllah sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam said, “Good, do not reply it back to him (do not hurt Abu Bakr). Rather say, ‘May Allah forgive you O Abu Bakr.’”

The Companion turned to Abu Bakr and said, “May Allah forgive you O Abu Bakr! May Allah forgive you O Abu Bakr!”

Abu Bakr cried as he walked away.

Let us develop a resolve to revive this air RasulAllah sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam and his companions breathed: an air of mercy, love and brotherhood.

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Saturday, April 25, 2009

In the middle of the night

Tariq Ramadan

An article about Hassan Al-Banna, an Egyptian social and political reformer, best known for founding the Muslim Brotherhood.

This article is written by Tariq Ramadan, the son of Said Ramadan and the grandson of Hassan al Banna.

Click Here to read the article

Friday, April 24, 2009

10 Tips to Build English Vocab

Lets check out these top strategies and practical pointers that can help us build our word power!

CONNECT: It's easier to memorize words based on a common theme. Make your own connections between words and possibly organize them in a spider diagram.

WRITE: Practically using vocabulary can help it stick in your mind. Write sentences with new vocabulary words or compose a story using a group of words or expressions.

DRAW: Expose the artist in you by drawing pictures related to the words you study. Your drawings can help trigger your memory in the future.

ACT: Get your moves on by acting out words and expressions you learn. Or, imagine and act out a situation where you would need to use them.

CREATE: Design flashcards in English and study them in your spare time. Each week make new ones, but continue to review all of them.

ASSOCIATE: Assign different colors to different words. This association will help you recall vocabulary later.

LISTEN: Think about other words which sound similar to the words you're learning, especially complex words. Associate the other words with this new word to help you remember the pronunciation.

CHOOSE: Remember that topics that interest you will be easier to learn. Therefore, carefully select words that you will find useful or interesting. Even the process of making the choice is a memory aid!

LIMIT: Don't try to memorize the dictionary in a day! Limit yourself to 15 words per day, and you'll gain confidence instead of feeling overwhelmed.

OBSERVE: Keep an eye out for the words you're studying when reading or listening to English.

Thursday, April 23, 2009

Ayat-Ayat Hitam Talmud

Kita sering mendengar tentang Talmud, sebuah kitab suci kelompok Zionis-Yahudi di seluruh dunia. Namun belum ramai yang mengetahui ayat-ayat kandungan kitab ini. Berikut adalah sejumlah ayat-ayat Talmud yang menjadi dasar segala tindakan kaum Zionis terhadap orang-orang ‘non’-Yahudi. No wonder Zionis mahu saja menang sendiri, mengkhianati perjanjian dan segala tindakan yang terkutuk dan keji terhadap kaum Muslim.

•Hanya orang-orang Yahudi yang manusia, sedangkan orang-orang ‘non’-Yahudi bukanlah manusia, melainkan binatang. (Kerithuth, 6b hal. 78, Jebhammoth 61a)

•Orang-orang ‘non’-Yahudi diciptakan sebagai budak untuk melayani orang-orang Yahudi. (Midrasch Talpioth 225)

•Angka kelahiran orang-orang ‘non’-Yahudi harus ditekan sekecil mungkin. (Zohar II, 4b)

•Orang-orang ‘non’-Yahudi harus dijauhi, bahkan lebih daripada babi yang sakit. (Orach Chaiim 57, 6a)

•Tuhan (Yahweh) tidak pernah marah kepada orang-orang Yahudi, melainkan hanya (marah) kepada orang-orang ‘non’-Yahudi. (Talmud IV/8/4a)

•Di mana saja mereka (orang-orang Yahudi) datang, mereka akan menjadi pangeran raja-raja. (Sanhedri n 104a)

•Terhadap seorang ‘non’-Yahudi tidak menjadikan orang Yahudi berzina. Bisa terkena hukuman bagi orang Yahudi hanya apabila berzina dengan Yahudi lainnya, iaitu isteri seorang Yahudi. Isteri ‘non’-Yahudi tidak termasuk. (Talmud IV/4/52b)

•Tidak ada isteri bagi ‘non’-Yahudi, mereka sesungguhnya bukan isterinya. (Talmud IV/4/81 dan 82ab)

•Orang-orang Yahudi harus selalu berusaha untuk menipu daya orang-orang ‘non’-Yahudi. (Zohar I, 168a)

•Jika dua orang Yahudi menipu orang ‘non’-Yahudi mereka harus membahagi keuntungannya. (Choschen Ham 183, 7)

•Tetaplah terus berjual beli dengan orang-orang ‘non’-Yahudi, jika mereka harus membayar wang untuk itu. (Abhodah Zarah 2a T)

•Tanah orang ‘non’-Yahudi, kepunyaan orang Yahudi yang pertama kali menggunakannya. (Babba Bathra 54b)

•Setiap orang Yahudi boleh menggunakan kebohongan dan sumpah palsu untuk membawa seorang ‘non’-Yahudi kepada kejatuhan. (Babha Kama 11 3a)

•Kepemilikan orang ‘non’-Yahudi seperti padang pasir yang tidak dimiliki; dan semua orang (setiap Yahudi) yang merampasnya, bererti telah memilikinya. (Talmud IV/3/54b)

•Orang Yahudi boleh mengeksploitasi kesalahan orang ‘non’-Yahudi dan menipunya. (Talmud IV/1/11 3b)

•Orang Yahudi boleh mempraktikkan riba terhadap orang ‘non’-Yahudi. (Talmud IV/1/111 3b)

•Ketika Messiah (Raja Yahudi Terakhir atau Ratu Adil) datang, semuanya akan menjadi budak-budak orang-orang Yahudi. (Erubin 43b)

Setiap hari Sabtu yang dianggap suci (Shabbath), mereka mendaras Talmud sepanjang hari dan mengkaji ayat-ayat di atas. Mereka menganggap Yahudi sebagai bangsa yang satu-satunya berhak disebut manusia. Sedangkan bangsa di luar Yahudi mereka anggap sebagai binatang, termasuk orang-orang liberalis yang malah melayani kepentingan Zionis.

Inilah sikap BIADAB YAHUDI Laknatullah!!!

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Anugerah Jubli Israel

Pada 14 Oktober 1998, laman web Virtual Israel menyatakan Perdana Menteri Israel Netanyahu telah menyampaikan anugerah penghormatan yang paling tinggi pernah diberi oleh Israel kepada beberapa kumpulan peniaga antarabangsa. Anugerah Jubli sempena sambutan kemerdekaan Israel ke-50 tersebut mengiktiraf individu-individu dan badan-badan yang telah mengukuhkan ekonomi Israel melalui pelaburan dan jalinan perniagaan.

Senarai anugerah dibahagikan mengikut negara asal perniagaan dan juga mengikut industri.


* Dr. Vance Coffman: Lockheed Martin Corporation
* Mr. Karl J. Krapek: Pratt & Whitney
* Mr. Harry Stonecipher: Boeing


* Dr. Ferdinand Piech: Volswagon AG

Bahan Binaan

* Dr. John M. Schubert: Pioneer International Ltd
* Mr. Peter L. Young: RMC Group plc


* Dr. John J. Faber: ICC Industries Inc.
* Mr. Arie Genger: Trans-Resources Inc


* Sir Richard Greenbury: Marks & Spencer
* Mr. J. E. Lagerweij: Hema B.V.
* Mr. David Mandle: James Richardson Pty.Ltd
* Dr. Michael Otto: Dr. Michael Otto
* Mr. Joseph Wilf: Garden Homen


* Mr. Nicholas Frank Oppenheimer: De Beers Consolidated Mines Ltd


* Mr. Michael Abeles: JGL Investments
* Mr. Ted Arison: Arison Investments Ltd.
* Mr David Azrieli: Canpro Investment Ltd.
* Mr. Jan Baan: Baan Company
* Mr. Paul Bann: Baan Foundation
* Mr. Ronald Cohen: Apax Partners & Co . Ltd
* Mr. Erwin D. Eisenberg: Eisenberg Group
* Dr. Leslie Fritz Gunther Frankel: Altira Investments Ltd
* Mr. Robert J. Hurst: Goldman Sachs & Co.
* Mr. Jonathan Kolber: Claridge Foundation
* Mr. Stephen Koseff: Investec Bank Ltd.
* Mr. Bruce Rappaport: Inter-Maritime Group
* Mr. Joseph Safra: Banco Safra
* Mr. Bernard Schreirer: CP Holdings Ltd


* Mr. G. Allan Andreas: Archer Daniel Midland
* Mr. Peter Brabeck-Letmathe: Nestle S.A.
* Mr. Franck Riboud: Danone


* Mr. William Davidson: Guardian Industries Corp

Teknologi Tinggi

* Mr. Eric Benhamou: 3 Com
* Mr. Richard H. Brown Esq: Cable & Wireless
* Mr Marshall Butler: AVX Corporation and KYOCERA Corporation
* Ms Judith Estrin: Cisco Systems Inc.
* Mr Christopher C. Galvin: Motorola Inc.
* Mr. Abraham Gesundheit: Tensal International AG
* Mr. Vladimir Goussinsky: Most Media
* Mr. Chek Ngee Khoo: Hutchinson Telecommunications Ltd
* Mr. Ronald Lauder: RSL Communication Ltd
* Mr. Ted Leonsis: AOL studios
* Mr. Ken Levy KLA-Tencor Corporation
* Dr. Dan Maydan: Applied Materials Inc.
* Mr. Fernand B. Sarrat: Cylink Corporation
* Mr. Albert Soffa: Kulicke & Soffa Industries Inc.
* Dr. Heinrich Von Pierer: Siemens
* Dr. Felix Zandman: Vishay Intertechnology Inc.


* Mr. David Lewis: Isrotel Hotel Management
* Mr. David Taic: Nahal Group
* Mr. Alexander Tesler: Lexan-Israel Princess Hotel


* Mr. Vladimir Goussinsky: Most Media
* Mr. Ronald Lauder: RSL Communications Ltd
* Mr. F. David Radler: Hollinger International Inc.

Personal Care

* Mr. Pascal Castres St Martin: L’ Oreal
* Mr. Roger S. Fine: Johnson & Johnson
* Mr. Leon Koffler: Super-Pharm[Israel] Ltd
* Mr. Lucien Nessim: Sara Lee Personal Products
* Mr. Robert P. Van der Merwe: Kimberley-Clarke Europe


* Mr. Ernesto Bertarelli: Ares Serono International
* Harold Snyder: Teva Pharmaceutical Industries


* Mr. Robert K. Kraft: The Kraft Group and New England Patriots
* Mr.John M. Trani: The Stanley Works

Hartanah & Pembinaan

* Mr. Sam Halpern: Atlantic Reality Development Corporation
* Mr.Henry Moskowitz: Henry Moskowitz Real Estate


* Mr. Michael A. Trachtenberg: ICF Industries


* Mr. John M. Beck: Canadian Highways International Corporation

Islamic Human Rights Commision -

Tuesday, April 21, 2009


This Book is Dynamite.
It will blow up high pessimism, boredom, frustration and despair.

This Book is a Compass.
It will guide you into new worlds of satisfying and happy living.

This Book is a Key.
It will open the door to the development of your hidden wonderful potential.

This Book is a Miracle.
It will release you from fear, renew your confidence and give you courage and hope.

This Book is The Noble Quran, Words of Allah.

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Miss me??

Assalamualaikum, peace be with you. Long time no see eh… Well lately i have to focus on my final examinations of course. Yesterday was my last paper; Aircraft Structure One. This subject was a combination and applied knowledge of static + dynamic + rigid body + mom. So it’s 1 of the tough and killer subject.

Now, I need to concentrate on my project. I haven’t finished it yet. It’s kind of a big project so we need time to do some research. I’m quite jealous with my friends who have finished their exams and already returned home. For this semester, I haven’t got a chance to balik umah especially at Johor. Even during semester break I wasn’t in johor. Huhu…..sdey. sempat balik puchong je. Itupun kejap je, 3hari 2malam.

Geng Sgor: Me, Bai, Khaie

Geng Johor: Mizah, Ciwan, Ahmad

Geng Perlis: Shafiq, Nbil, Bsyirah

Thus, I missed my family immensely. Either adik2 yg kat johor ciwan, mizah and ahmad. Then adik2 kat perlis nabil, syirah and shafiq. My 2 brothers in Selangor bai and khaie. Alhamdulillah my parents visit me frequently. terubat la jgk rindu ni. But it isn’t fair when they balik kampung kat kedah n penang. Then g matri. Sampai hati x ajak. Hmmm…..xpelah, xda rezeki. Kalo ajak pun mesti x muat kete. Penuh sgt.

By hook or by crook, I need to buy some chocolate bar for ahmad. I know he would be disappointed again if I haven’t buy one for him. He has been waiting for ages. It’s my fault for not keeping promises. Anyway, I got to go now. I have to do some final touch for my project.
Fafiru Ilallah - Larilah Pada Allah
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