Sunday, June 27, 2010

Sugooi ne,Learn from nature..

Assalamualaikum wbt.minnasan,ikaga osugoshi deska??daijobu deska??tanoshii desho..huhu,today might be Allah presents me something pleasant to learn..from nature,His creation..Lets read the hikmah behind His creation,recite it and proclaim it okay..share the hikmah with others,so you can feel relieve because you have grow the shady tree of your good deeds..hehe..Things to ponders :-
Thinks about everything that Allah had create..then,send all your gratitude to Allah,the One that creates heaven and earth and all the thing inside it..

And thy Lord taught the Bee to build its cells in hills, on trees, and in (men's) habitations

Then to eat of all the produce (of the earth), and find with skill the spacious paths of its Lord: there issues from within their bodies a drink of varying colours, wherein is healing for men:
verily in this is a Sign for those who give thought. (An-Nahl:68,69)

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

The thing that really touch my heart..

Assalamualaikum wbt..

Seems lately,I was wandering to the 22 years that I live in this world..I read about many things,go into many places,experience many great things,see a lot of things that Allah show me through His creation..and now,I feel really been touched by almighty Allah..this extra ordinary feeling..something I can't explains..maybe my heart are close to all this peaceful things,tsuki desho?..i really do not know how to describe what i'm feeling right all must have no idea about what i'm mumbling about,rite??never mind me,it just splash of feeling that i want to share with you..i have read the lyric,recite it everyday and i'm really want to share..proclaiming to you all~ Asma al husna..
Point to ponder :: like it if it uplifting your iiman.

Friday, June 18, 2010

watashi wa kore nitsuite kangaete imasu..

Assalamualaikum wbt..Below is the presentation forwarded by my sahabat..about wisdom quoted by big names..

Sunday, June 13, 2010

we're brothers and sisters..kawai=)

Assalamualaikum wbt..minna,i want to show you something subarashii de yo..a song entitle we're brothers and sisters by Genius Aulad (an organization that opened Islamic pre-school around Selangor) features Raihan (who do not know??search google lah..)
Soooo kawaiiiiii...presenting a lovely and harmony song...i like it so much,daisuki!!

"we are brothers,we are sisters.
facing one kiblah
we should fill for one another
sharing peace and joy
in this small world we share
we are brothers and sisters
help the world together

we are brothers,we are sisters,
facing one kiblah
we should fill for one another
sharing tear and wound
in this small world we live
we are brothers and sisters,
help the world together

we are brothers,we are sisters,
facing one kiblah
we should fill for one another
sharing tear and wound
in this small world we share
we are brothers and sisters,
lend your hand together"
~so sweeet~

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Petition to investigate the raid and end the blockade of Gaza...

I've just signed this petition at

We call for an immediate, independent investigation into the flotilla assault, full accountability for those responsible, and the lifting of the Gaza blockade.
Join me in signing at this link:

Dear friends,
Israel's deadly raid on a flotilla of aid ships headed for Gaza has shocked the world.

Israel, like any other state, has the right to self-defence, but this was an outrageous use of lethal force to defend an outrageous and lethal policy -- Israel's blockade of Gaza, where two thirds of families don't know where they'll find their next meal.

The UN, EU, and nearly every other government and multilateral organization have called on Israel to lift the blockade and, now, launch a full investigation of the flotilla raid. But without massive pressure from their citizens, world leaders might limit their response to mere words -- as they have so many times before.

Let's make the world's outcry too loud to ignore. Join the petition for an independent investigation into the raid, accountability for those responsible, and an immediate end to the blockade in Gaza -- click to sign the petition, and then forward this message to everyone:

The petition will be delivered to the UN and world leaders, as soon as it reaches 200,000 names -- and again at every opportunity as it grows and leaders choose their responses. A massive petition at a moment of crisis like this one can demonstrate to those in power that sound bites and press releases aren't enough -- that citizens are paying attention and demanding action.

As the EU decides whether to expand its special trade relationship with Israel, as Obama and the US Congress set next year's budget for Israeli military aid, and as neighbours like Turkey and Egypt decide their next diplomatic steps -- let's make the world's voice unignorable: it's time for truth and accountability on the flotilla raid, and it's time for Israel to comply with international law and end the siege of Gaza. Sign now and pass this message along:

Most people everywhere still share the same dream: for two free and viable states, Israel and Palestine, to live side by side. But the blockade, and the violence used to defend it, poisons that dream. As a columnist wrote to his fellow Israelis today in the newspaper Ha'aretz, "We are no longer defending Israel. We are now defending the siege. The siege itself is becoming Israel's Vietnam."

Thousands of pro-peace activists in Israel today protested the raid and the blockade in demonstrations from Haifa, to Tel Aviv and Jerusalem -- joining demonstrations around the world. Regardless of which side threw the first punch or fired the first shot (the Israeli military claims it did not initiate the violence), Israel's leaders sent helicopters of armed commandos to raid a convoy of ships in international waters bringing medicine and supplies to Gaza, and some now lay dead.

Their lives cannot be brought back. But perhaps, together, we can make this dark moment a turning point -- if we arise with an unshakable call for justice, and an unbreakable dream of peace.

With hope,
Ricken, Alice, Raluca, Paul, and the rest of the Avaaz team


  • Live coverage from Al Jazeera:
  • Live coverage from the Guardian:
  • "The Second Gaza War: Israel lost at sea" - Bradley Burston, Ha'aretz
  • Analysis of violence from IDF's perspective from Debka, reporters with ties to Israeli intelligence:
  • 70% of Gazans suffer from food insecurity - 2008 ICRC report, cited by al Jazeera:
  • Analysis of possible political consequences of the flotilla attack: