Thursday, December 31, 2009


Celebrating the holidays and the occasions of the Kuffar is certainly Haram. You are not permitted to do it. Nor are your rulers allowed to make these (Kufr) holidays as official holidays, since it is an imitation of the Kuffar.

Imitating the Kuffar in any of their religious affairs or in any gesture that distinguishes them as groups is forbidden. Al-Bukhari narrated in his Sahih (book) that Abu Saeed Al-Khudri رضي الله عنه reported that Allah's Messenger صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم said: "You will indeed follow the ways of those before you, hand span by hand span, and an arms length after another. Even if they enter into a lizards hole, you will follow them. We asked, is it the Jews and the Christians? He صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم replied, Who else!"

This hadith condemns imitating them. It is a proof for the prohibitions of imitating the Jews and the Christians in their occasions, symbols, or any matter related to their belief.

P/s:I don't celebrate new year =)

Saturday, December 19, 2009

Survey for Sisters on Wearing Hijab

Asalam Alaikum,

Inshallah, I invite all my sisters in Islam to take a survey on wearing hijab at this link. It is anonymous and it is to study the views that women have about the hijab on various topics related to it. Click here to take the survey:

by Shannon Segrest

Friday, November 27, 2009

Happy Eid-ul Adha to All Muslims!

Assalamualaikum.Happy Eid to all my brothers and sisters in Islam. So how's eid celebration in your country? to me, year by year, it's getting bored and almost nothing.well, it's not like we don't celebrate it anymore here.It's just what I feel about it. It's just not like it used to be, like I when I was younger or little.what differs eid from any other day is just we wake up early in the morning and go for the prayer at the mosque and visit relatives if we like.LOL. nevermind. but I remember last year's Eid ul adha . I was performing salah and suddenly, I fainted and fell. So, I sit down at the back waiting and felt sad about it cause I did not able to continue my salah... I still remember that day.LOL. So brothers and sister, I would like to hear from you! would you mind to share? I'd love to hear =)

Saturday, September 19, 2009

Assalamualaikum wb to all readers :)
I would like to wish you Happy Eid' ul Fitri to all Muslims around the world.It is our victory after we complete fasting for a month and hope you'll have the unforgettable Eid ever and enjoy your time meeting relatives while they're still around ;)
this commercial is from the Petronas. I don't know which year.
well, Selamat Hari Raya is how we say it in Malay:)
TAKE CARE everyone !


Sunday, August 30, 2009

Anger Management

Girl Fight! Pictures, Images and Photos
I don't know why I've been enjoying watching 'Girl Fight' videos on youtube.LOL. It's funny to see girls fighting because it shows how stupid they are.some girls fight good in other words, scary!! I never knew that girls could be so violent.there's a case where a girl beat her friend in the restroom. whoa, why do you have to do that girl? I think boys are afraid to woo you now.ughhh well, most of them fight over boys.whew. That's lame and what a shame!Why do you think this is all happening? Is it because of you don't know how to handle your anger or is it because yo're born to be that kind of girl!
So, I think some of you know about this and some don't and it's my responsibility to share :D
yeah, that's the main reason of why I create this blog though. This is a little bit about overcoming your ANGER!!

Overcoming or controlling anger is called "Kazm". Performing "Kazm" is a very good and beneficial act and causes one to earn many rewards(Thawabs). Whoever overcomes wrath or anger will be rewarded with Paradise. Allahu ta'ala loves a person very much if he controls his anger for the sake of Allahu ta'ala and forgives his opponent and does not retaliate.

A hadith states, "Anger (Ghadab) occurs due to the evil suggestions (Waswasa) of the devil. The devil was created from fire. Fire is extinguished with water. Take ablution (Wudu) for overcoming anger!" For this reason, an angry person should read "A'uzu basmala" and two "Kul a'uzu" {the last two chapters of the Qur'an which starts with the word "Kul a'uzu".} An angry person's intellect (Aql) will stop functioning and he will depart from the limits set by Islam. An angry person should sit down if he is standing up. A hadith stated, "Whoever is overtaken by anger (Ghadab) should sit down if he is standing up. If anger continues, he should lay down on one of his sides!" It is easy for a standing person to react for quick revenge. Sitting down lessens his anger. Laying down lessens his anger further. Anger is the result of conceit (Kibr).Laying down decreases conceit. It is ordered by hadith that an angry person should read the following prayer, "Allahummagfir li-zanbi wa azhib gayza qalbi wa ajirni minasshaytan". The meaning of this prayer (Dua) is the following, "Oh my Allah! Forgive my sin. Save me from the anger in my heart and the evil suggestions of the devil." If a person cannot treat the person who caused the anger (Ghadab) softly, he should depart from him and he should not see him any longer.

Ignorant and stupid people refer to anger (Ghadab) and wrath (Tahawwur) as bravery (Shajaat), honor, manliness, and patriotism.Do you think that's aceptable? They embellish and beautify the vice anger (Ghadab) with these beautiful words. They tell others that having anger is a good thing and in order to support this view they relate stories about how great personalities got angry. Their actions reflect their ignorance and prove that their brains do not function properly. For this reason a sick person gets mad faster than a healthy person, women get angry quicker than men and elder persons get angry faster than the young ones. Those who are younger than thirty years of age are called young, those who are between thirty and fifty are called mature men and those over fifty are called old men (Shaikh) and those who are beyond seventy years are called very old men (Pir-i fani).

Not listening to the harsh and tough talk of a person who speaks based on his own interpretation instead of just repeating what Islam said or what the books of the previous Islamic scholars said on that matter will cause him to get angry. The treatment of this type of disease is to tell the truth in a soft and slow manner. Hadrat Hasan and Hadrat Huseyn, may Allahu ta'ala be well pleased with them, the grandsons of Rasulullah, peace be upon him, were traveling in the desert. They came across an old man who was taking ablution (Wudu). The old man was not observing all the necessary conditions of the ablution. They were ashamed to tell the old man that his ablution would not be acceptable. They approached him and told him that they were disputing with each other as to who is taking the better ablution and asked the old man to be the judge. Each one took ablution by observing all necessary conditions. The old man followed their actions closely and at the end told them, Oh my sons! I just learned how to take ablution from you. Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim), peace be upon him, gave a banquet to two hundred fire worshipers (Majusi). They in turn asked Abraham, peace be upon him, what they could do for him. Abraham, peace be upon him, asked them to make prostration (Sajda) to his Lord. They discussed his desire among themselves and said that he was well known for his generosity therefore they decided not to offend him. They said that making a prostration for his Lord would not change anything and they said, after the prostration, they will still go and worship their own gods. While they were making the prostration (Sajda), Abraham, peace be upon him, prayed to his Lord by saying, "Oh my Lord! I can only do this much. It is in your power to bestow happiness on them and to show them the right path. Please, honor them by making them Muslims!" His prayer was accepted and all of them became Muslims. It is necessary to counsel a person who is getting ready to commit a forbidden act when he is alone. When one is observed committing a forbidden act, he will be warned immediately in a soft manner. Advising everybody in private beforehand will be more effective.
Perceiving a person's words in a wrong sense will cause him to get angry. At such times, one should speak less and clearly and should not use words which can be interpreted in many ways. Expressing one's self with parables (words with hidden meanings) causes stress to the listener and hurts his feeling. Three conditions should be observed while communicating the right word (Amr al-maruf). One should form his intention for communicating the order of Allahu ta'ala; one should know the proof or source of information one is communicating and one should be patient with the troubles that may rise due performing the "Amr al-maruf." One should speak softly and should not speak in a harsh manner. Those who speak harshly and argue would cause instigation (Fitna). Hadrat Umar and Hadrat Abdullah Ibn al-Masud, may Allahu ta'ala be well pleased with them, were walking around the streets of Madina during his rule (Hilafat.) They heard voice of a singing woman while passing in front of a house. Hadrat Umar, may Allahu ta'ala be well pleased with him, looked inside of the house from the keyhole. He observed an old man with a glass of wine in front of him and a singing woman. He immediately entered the house from the window. The old man cried out, Oh Amr al-Muminun! Would you please listen to me for a second for the sake of Allahu ta'ala. Hadrat Umar, may Allahu ta'ala be well pleased with him, said, Okay. Go ahead and speak! The old man said, I committed one wrong but you have already violated three laws of Allahu ta'ala. Hadrat Umar, may Allahu ta'ala be well pleased with him, inquired of the three. The old man said, Allahu ta'ala orders that we should not look inside of others' houses. You looked inside the house from the keyhole. Allahu ta'ala says not to enter others' houses without their permission. You entered without permission. Finally, Allahu ta'ala orders us to enter the houses from the front door with greetings. You entered from the window and did not give any greeting. Hadrat Umar, may Allahu ta'ala be pleased with him, replied with justice and in fairness and said, "What you have said are all correct!" Asked his forgiveness and walked out of the house crying.
We should maintain good opinions about advice givers and all Muslims in general. We should interpret their words and advice in a good manner. Believing in the goodness and piousness of the Muslim would be an act which brings rewards. Not believing a Muslim's word by thinking that he is no good reflects the poor morals of that person, i.e., the one who doesn't believe. One should try to understand what is said and if he is not able to understand it then he should inquire about it. One should not have evil thoughts (Su-i zan) about the speaker. Among the evil suggestions brought into the heart by the devil, having evil opinions (Su-i zan) about others is the one where the devil is most successful. Having evil opinion (Su-i zan) is forbidden (Haram). If one is not able to interpret someone's words in a good manner, one should consider the possibility that it may be due to a mistake or forgetfulness.
When a poor person requests something from a rich person and his request is denied, that may cause anger (Ghadab) in both of them.
Asking or saying something to a person who is busy or thinking or is anxious or distressed may cause anger in him. A crying baby or the noise of children or animals may also cause anger in some persons. Having such an anger is very ugly. It has been observed that certain types of people had anger upon the movements of inanimate things. For example, a person of this type, while trying to cut a piece of wood, tries to chop the wood with an ax but the wood either slips or does not split and the man gets angry and starts to swear or destroy or burn the thing. This type of anger is worse than the previous case. It has also been observed that there are certain kinds of people who get mad at their own doings and hit themselves or swear at themselves. If a person gets mad at himself because of not being able to attend his worships then this would be a valuable act and religious Gayrat and he would earn rewards (Thawabs) for it. Having anger toward the leaders of the government or toward Rasulullah, peace be upon him, or toward Allahu ta'ala because of their orders or commandments is the worst kind of anger. This type of anger causes disbelief. The hadith, "Anger (Ghadab) blemishes one's belief" shows that having anger toward Rasulullah or Allahu ta'ala causes disbelief.
Getting angry upon seeing another one committing a prohibited action is a very good deed and shows one's religious Gayrat. But, one should not step out of the boundaries of Islam or wisdom (Aql) when one gets angry. Calling that person by dirty names, e.g., kafir, munafiq and names like that, is prohibited (Haram). That kind of name calling necessitates punishment of that name caller. Even though it was permitted to say words like "ignorant" or "stupid", advising him in a soft manner would be better because in one hadith, Rasulullah, peace be upon him, said, "Allah always loves the one who speaks in a soft manner." It is incumbent upon the members of the government or the law enforcers to forcefully stop a person who commits prohibited actions and who violetes the laws of the land. But beating him more than necessary or torturing would be oppression (Zulm) and sinning. In the absence of law officers or members of the government, one may stop the man if one is powerful enough to cope with him. Sentencing with death or destructing his house could only be accomplished by the government and by the decision of the judge. Giving unduly heavy punishment would be tyranny. Torturing by those who are authorized by the government to do Amr al-maruf and Nahy-i anil munkar is forbidden {For explanation of Amr al-maruf see the keywords of chapter 12}.
The opposite of anger (Ghadab) is softness (Hilm). Softness is better than being able to overcome one's anger. The meaning of softness is not to get angry at all. It is a sign of being very wise or having much intellect (Aql). In the following hadiths Rasulullah, peace be upon him, said,"Allahu ta'ala loves those who act in softness in response to an incident which causes anger 'Ghadab'," and "Allahu ta'ala loves persons who possess softness 'Hilm', shame 'Haya' and 'Iffat'. He does not love those who speak dirty language 'Fuhush' and those beggars who solicit in a molesting manner." "Iffat" means not to have an eye on others' wealth. "Fuhush" means dirty and ugly things. Rasulullah, peace be upon him, would repeat the following prayer often, "Oh my Lord! Bestow me, knowledge (Ilm), softness (Hilm), piety (Taqwa), and 'Afiyat'." "Ilm al-nafi'" is the knowledge of faith, religious jurisprudence (Fiqh), and ethics (Akhlaq). "Afiyat" generally means wellness but, the meaning which is requested in this prayer is to have salvation from the following: having religion and beliefs that are free of corruption; having deeds and worships that are free of disasters; having soul (Nafs) that is free of appetite (Shahwat); having a spiritual heart (Qalb) free from the fancies (Hawa) of the nafs and evil suggestions of the devil; and having a body free of disease. When they inquired from Rasulullah, peace be upon him, as to which one single prayer is the best prayer, he replied, "Ask 'Afiyat' from Allahu ta'ala. There is no greater blessing than 'Afiyat' after belief." [One should make much repentance (Istigfar) in order to attain "Afiyat".] In one hadith, Rasulullah, peace be upon him, said, "Be a person who has knowledge 'Ilm' and 'Sakina!' Speak softly while learning or teaching! Never brag with your knowledge!""Sakina" means, having maturity and dignity. In the following hadiths Rasulullah, peace be upon him, said, "The fire of hell would not burn a person who lives according to Islam and who is soft in nature," and "Being soft brings blessings. Being slack or excessive in performing one's duties or business causes absent-mindedness or a state of heedlessness 'Gaflat'," and "One who do not have softness 'Rifq' is not a useful and beneficial person," and "Softness 'Rifq' embellishes or decorates a person and covers his deficiencies."
In another hadith Rasulullah, peace be upon him, said, "Knowledge is acquired by studying and softness 'Hilm' is acquired by striving and working hard to obtain it. Allahu ta'ala will grant success to those who try to do useful and beneficial deeds. And He will also protect those who avoid doing evil deeds."

Friday, August 28, 2009

Win Hearts the Islamic Way! ツ

Peace be upon you brothers & sisters..
Hope you're all in your best Iman & health..
Hope you're making the best of the blessed month of Ramadan..

Here are the steps to win hearts:

1- Smile
2- Be the one who initiates greetings first
3- Exchange presents
4- Say something Good or remain silent
5- Be a good listener
6- Have a neat appearance and dress well
7- Be in others' favor and help them
8- Be generous
9- Have a good opinion of others and give them an excuse
10- Express your feelings

Don't forget to mention our ummah in your duaa while breaking your fast..
And remember: Keep Smiling || It's Sunnah ツ..
Peace be upon you..

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

What Everyone Should Know About Ramadhaan

What Everyone Should Know About Ramadhaan
  • Fasting in Ramadhaan is one of the pillars of Islam
  • It is obligatory for every sane, healthy, mature, resident Muslim to fast the entire month.
  • To deny the obligation of fasting in Ramadhaan is an act of kufr.
  • Fasting has been prescribed upon you as it was prescribed for those before you, that you may attain taqwah. (2:183)
Preparing for Ramadhan
  • The Salaf spent 6 months before Ramadhaan begging Allah to keep them alive for Ramadan - follow their example
  • Learn the rules and regulations of fasting in Ramadhaan
  • Begin the month with a clean slate: Make tawba (sincere repentence) for the sins we commit on a daily basis
  • Make du'aa that Allah help you fast properly and correctly, and receive the maximum benefit from it
  • Begin the month with a firm intention to follow the example of the Prophet (sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam) by fasting not only with the stomach and the private parts, but with the tongue, the hand, etc.
  • Set feasible goals to accomplish every day of Ramadhaan (give $5 in sadaqah, read a certain number of pages of Qur'an before/ after every salaah or after waking up/before bed, improve your character), and start "warm-up" goals NOW so that it becomes easier for you to continue on a larger scale when Ramadhaan begins.
  • Remember that every night, Allah Descends from His Throne (in a manner that befits His Majesty), extends His Hand, and asks who will turn to Him in repentance. Take advantage of this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (Forget about arguing exactly how Allah descends/ what His Hand looks like, and focus on the message instead.)
In Debt (owing fasts from the previous Ramadhaan)
  • If someone missed fasts from the previous Ramadhaan for a valid reason (sickness, traveling, pregnancy - in some cases, menstruation, post-natal bleeding, etc.) then there is no sin on them. They have right until the two days before this Ramadhaan to make up for what they missed.
  • Those who missed fasts from a previous Ramadhaan with NO valid reason are sinning and must make up their fasts ASAP. Some scholars say that they must also pay kaffaarah (expiation) for every day that they missed, but our opinion is that it's not necessary.
  • If someone still hasn't made up their fasts (ones missed without a valid reason) from the previous Ramadhaan, and another Ramadhaan begins, they have sinned, must make tawbah, and have to make them up immediately after 'Eid.
What Not To Do (When Not To Fast in Sha'ban)
  • The Day of Doubt - the day before Ramadhaan, the 30th of Sha'baan (exception for those who have regular fasting habits, e.g. every second day or every Monday and Thursday).
  • Fasting specifically on the 15th of Sha'baan, believing that it has special qualities. This is false, and the 'evidence' used for it is actually referring to Laylatul-Qadr. Anyone who fasts or performs extra 'ebaadah on this day believing the bid'ah, are in error. (However, fasting the 13th, 14th, and 15th of Sha'baan, and indeed of every Islamic month, is permissible and encouraged.)
  • Fasting in Sha'baan is permissible in order to fulfill a vow, make up previously missed fasts, continue habit, prepare for Ramadhaan
  • Difference of opinion on whether there's a cut-off date for voluntary fasts: Imaam ash-Shaafi'ee said halfway through the month is the cut-off date based on a Hadith whose authenticity is debatable; majority say that there is no cut-off date except the Day of Doubt.
Moon-sighting: Local vs. Global
  • Both are acceptable, but majority of the scholars go with global sighting as best for today's situation (in North & South America/ Europe)
  • The conditions must be fulfilled for the moonsighting to be accepted and the beginning/end of the month confirmed
  • The Muslims of every community (especially the men) MUST make an effort to look for the moon
  • Look for the moon locally but also take into consideration news from other countries
  • The Muslim world has a good (if not perfect) system for moon-sighting; rumours that Saudi goes by calculations/ decides on a date ahead of time are FALSE.
  • Revive a Sunnah: Organize moon-sighting groups for every month of the Islamic calendar, not just for Ramadhaan and Dhul-Hijjah; make an effort to know what day, month, and year it is of the Islamic calendar!
More on Moon-Sighting
  • We do NOT accept astronomical calculations! (Hadith)
  • Allah chose even the number of days in the month, and the months of the Islamic calendar.
  • Every Islamic month has only 29 or 30 days, and we should look for the moon on the night of the 29th
  • If the moon is not sighted (even due to cloudy skies), then complete the 30 days of Sha'baan and begin Ramadhaan the day after that.
  • Instruments such as binoculars and telescopes are permissible to aid in sighting the moon, but going out in a plane is a bit on the extreme side.
  • Astronomical calculations can be used to help sight the moon (i.e. determine where would be a good place to look for it, at what time it'd be best to see it), but CANNOT be depended upon for actually determination of moon-sighting.
  • The crescent moon looking bigger than usual is one of the signs of Qiyaamah.
Three Groups of People:
  1. Those who fast in Ramadhaan only because everyone else does, and they'll get in trouble with their family if they don't; they don't really care about getting the maximum benefit out of Ramadhaan. These people gain nothing except hunger, thirst, and unsatisfied desires.
  2. Those who hate Ramadhaan, will not fast/ will only pretend to fast. They will be punished for their hatred of this blessed and beloved month.
  3. Those who love Ramadhaan, can't wait for it, prepare for it the way one prepares for the arrival of a loved one; spend their days fasting in a way that Allah is pleased with them, spends their nights in tahajjud and other 'ebaadah. They were good people before Ramadhaan, and are even better during Ramadhaan. Their reward with Allah is abundant and is so great only Allah knows how much ajr they receive.
  • If someone tries to pick a fight with you, say "Ana saa'im." ("I am fasting.") This is a reminder to yourself, and a warning to the other person.
  • Make every pang of hunger a reminder to yourself to be thankful to Allah, to turn to Him in reptentance, to beg of His Mercy for yourself and your fellow brothers and sisters in Islam
  • Imam ath-Thahabi: The alcoholic and fornicator who believe in the obligation of fasting are better than those who reject siyaam.
Merits and Virtues of Ramadhaan
  • The gates of Hell are shut, the devils are chained, and the gates of Heaven are open wide
  • Baab ar-Rayyaan is a gate of Jannah reserved specially for those who fast
  • Fasting is a form of expiation for minor sins.
  • Hadith Qudsi: Fasting is for Me, and I give the reward for it. (A man) gives up his sexual desires, his food and his drink for My Sake. Fasting is like a shield, and he who fasts has two joys: joy when he breaks his fast, and joy when he meets his Lord. The change in the breath of the mouth of he who fasts is better in Allah's estimation than the smell of musk.
  • Metaphor for ajr of siyaam: Investing $1 and receiving $100 in return.
Do You Know This? I Didn't!

· (Fast) a certain number of days; and (for) him who is sick among you, or on a journey, (the same) number of other days; and for those who can afford it there is a ransom: the feeding of a man in need - but whoso doeth good of his own accord, it is better for him: and that ye fast is better for you if ye did but know.

· The month of Ramadhaan is that in which the Qur'aan was revealed, a guidance to men and clear proofs of the guidance and the distinction. And whoever of you is present, then let him fast the month, and whoever is sick or on a journey (let him fast the same) number of other days. Allah desires ease for you, and He does desire for you difficulty, and (He desires) that you should complete the number and that you should exalt the greatness of Allah for His having guided you and that you may give thanks. (Surah al-Baqarah, verses 184- 185)

Siyaam was ordained in three phases:
  1. Fasting was not made obligatory, though it was prescribed; and those who wished were allowed to take the option of feeding a poor person instead. (See vs. 184, and Tafseer Ibn Kathir for more details)
  2. Fasting was made obligatory, and very strict: after eating iftaar, if someone fell asleep, they were not allowed to eat anything until the iftaar of the next day. (Imam ibn al-Qayyim al-Jawziyyah, from his book Zaad al-Ma'aad)
  3. Finally, the command came to fast in the way that we all fast today: from sunrise until sunset, and with permission to eat anything we want between Maghrib and Fajr regardless of whether we sleep between those times or not

Monday, August 17, 2009

ramadhan Pictures, Images and Photos
Advice to Muslims in Ramadhan
From the book "Khulaasatul Kalaam" by Shaykh Jaarullah.
Brother Muslim, Sister Muslima:
1. Fast Ramadhan with belief and truly seeking the reward of Allah the Most High so that He may forgive you your past sins.

2. Beware of breaking your fast during the days of Ramadhan without a valid Islamic excuse, for it is from the greatest of sins.

3. Pray Salat ut-Taraweeh and the night prayer during the nights of Ramadhan - especially on Layatul-Qadr - based on belief and truly seeking the reward of Allah, so that Allah may forgive you your past sins.

4. Make sure that your food, your drink and your clothing are from halal means, in order that your actions be accepted, and your supplications answered. Beware of refraining from the halal while fasting and breaking your fast with the haram.

5. Give food to some fasting people to gain a reward similar to theirs.

6. Perform your five prayers on time in congregation to gain the reward and Allah's protection.

7. Give a lot of charity for the best charity is that of Ramadhan.

8. Beware of spending your time without performing righteous deeds, for you will be responsible and reckoned for it and will be rewarded for all you do during your time.

9. Perform `umrah in Ramadhan for `Umrah in Ramadhan is equal to Hajj.

10. Seek help for fasting during the day by eating the sahoor meal in the last part of the night before the appearance of Fajr.

11. Hasten breaking your fast after the sun has truly set in order to gain the love of Allah.

12. Perform ghusl before fajr if you need to purify yourself from the state of major impurity so that you are able to do acts of worship in a state of purity and cleanliness.

13. Cease the opportunity of being in Ramadhan and spend it with the good that has been revealed in it - by reciting the noble Qur'an and pondering and reflection of its meanings so that it be a proof for you with your Lord and an intercessor for you on the Day of Reckoning.

14. Preserve your tongue from lying, cursing, backbiting and slander for it decreases the reward of fasting.

15. Do not let fasting cause you cross your boundaries by getting upset due to the slightest of reasons. Rather, fating should be a cause of peacefulness and tranquility of your soul.

16. Upon completion of fasting, be in a state of taqwa of Allah the Most High, being aware of Allah watching you in secret and in public, in thankfulness for His favors, and steadfastness upon
obedience of Allah by doing all what He has ordered and shunning all that He has prohibited.

17. Increase in remembrance of Allah, seeking of forgiveness, asking for Paradise and protection against the Fire, especially when fasting, while breaking the fast and during suhoor, for these actions are among greatest causes of attaining Allah's forgiveness.

18. Increase in supplication for yourself, your parents, your children and Muslims, for Allah has ordered making of supplications and has guaranteed acceptance.

19. Repent to Allah with a sincere repentance in all times by leaving sins, regretting those that you have done before and firmly deciding not to return to them in the future, for Allah accepts repentance of those who repent.

20. Fast six days of Shawwal, for whoever fasts Ramadhan and then follows it with six days of Shawwal, it is as if he fasts all the time.

21. Fast on the Day of `Arafah, the 9th of Dhul Hijjah, to attain success by being forgiven your sins of the last year and the coming year.

22. Fast on the day of `Aashuraa', the 10th of Muharram, along with the 9th, to attain success by being forgiven your sins of the past year.

23. Continue being in a state of iman and taqwa and perform righteous actions after the month of Ramadhan, until you die. "And worship your Lord until there comes to you the certainty (i.e. death)". [Qur'an 15:99]

24. Ensure that you attain the positive effects of your acts of worship such as prayer, fasting, zakat and hajj, sincere repentance and leaving of customs that are in variance with the Sharee`ah.

25. Invoke a lot of salawat and salam upon the Messenger of Allah, may Allah's blessings and peace be upon him, his Companions and all those who follow them until the Day of Judgment.
O Allah make us and all Muslims of those who fast and stand in prayer during the month of Ramadhan based on belief and truly seeking Your reward so that we are forgiven our past and future sins.
O Allah make us of those who fasted the month, attained full reward, witnessed Layatul-Qadr and attained success by permission of the Lord, Blessed and Most High.
O Allah, verily you are Forgiver, like to forgive, so forgive us.
O Lord, accept from us, verily you are the All-Hearing, all-Seeing, O Living, O Independent, O Owner of all majesty and honor.
And may Allah's blessings and peace be upon Muhammad, his family and his Companions.

Missile Art ( AMAZING )

Sunday, August 9, 2009's been awhile I haven't post any update on my blog. well, there's nothing much to say but a lot of things to be shared soon!!In addition, I'm very busy with college thingy.Now, I'm on a break for two weeks and do you know how I feel right now?It's what we call freedom :D.

I watched G.I JOE The Rise of Cobra
with two of my girls, Nabila and Aishah :).Yes, G.I joe is a must watch movie and I don't think you'll regret watching it. Girls, I know you love Channing Tatum :)

Anyway, I have an English an assignment which I need to watch any English movie to do the movie review.What movie do you think is the best ? Any Idea? I don't think I should do it on G.I Joe..LOL. What about Ice Age 3?

Friday, July 10, 2009

A Glass of Milk

One day, a poor boy who was selling goods from door to door to pay his way through school, found he had only one thin dime left, and he was hungry. He decided he would ask for a meal at the next house.
However, he lost his nerve when a lovely young woman opened the door.

Instead of a meal he asked for a drink of water. She thought he looked hungry so she brought him a large glass of milk. He drank it slowly, and then asked, "How much do I owe you?" "You don't owe me anything," she replied. "Mother has taught us never to accept pay for a kindness." He said..... "Then I thank you from my heart."

As Faisal Ahmed left that house, he not only felt stronger physically, but his faith in God and man was strong also. He had been ready to give up and quit.

Years later that young woman became critically ill. The local doctors were baffled. They finally sent her to the big city, where they called in specialists to study her rare disease. Dr. Faisal Ahmed was called in for the consultation. When he heard the name of the town she came from, a strange light filled his eyes.

Immediately he rose and went down the hall of the hospital to her room.

Dressed in his doctor's gown he went in to see her. He recognized her at once. He went back to the consultation room determined to do his best to save her life. From that day he gave special attention to the case. After a long struggle, the battle was won. Dr. Ahmed requested the business office to pass the final bill to him for approval. He looked at it, then wrote something on the edge and the bill was sent to her room.

She feared to open it, for she was sure it would take the rest of her life to pay for it all. Finally she looked, and something caught her attention on the side of the bill.

She read these words..... "Paid in full with one glass of milk"

Signed, Dr. Faisal Ahmed

Tears of joy flooded her eyes as her happy heart prayed:

"Thank You, God, that Your love has spread abroad through human hearts and hands."

Saturday, June 20, 2009


I love this show, Mind Your Language. I'm sure you know this show. enjoy! :DDDDD

Friday, June 19, 2009

Orientation Week

I had lots of fun and I enjoyed doing all the activities and Sister Haszirah, my facilitator is sooooooo cool. I like her ;D and I agreed with her most of the time.
we did poco-poco like every morning and evening too.I used to think poco-poco is so boring because I didn't get sweat before but this time, oh i got sweat and my legs sore =\
plus, we did this ayumi thingy everyday too..

I learned a lot from them about life.They made me realised that I have to put on more efforts to be the best! yes, I know I was lazy in high school and I don't want to keep that in me I'll throw it away!.This is my opportunity which I really have to grab it and will never let it go.Ameen! I'm so grateful that Allah is still giving me more chance and opportunity to improve myself.Alhamdulillah :D

that's all for now :D. Assalamualaikum

truly ,

Saturday, June 13, 2009

AWAY message(I don't know)

Saalam people.I'm gonna be away and I don't know when can I update my blog again. Maybe once in a week.I don't know! I'm going to college. This could be my last post for this moment and I don't know.All I know is I'm gonna be away from home. No more Restaurant city, no more Pet Society, No more Alphacat, no more Reckless Tortunggaand no more favourite "activity".enjoy yourself while I'm gone. Be Happy.please miss me:P

p/s:To all my friends u can always text, call or mail me :)