Monday, December 21, 2009


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Tuesday, September 16, 2008


Hari Raya Puasa is a very important occasion that is celebrated by Muslims all over the world. It is also known as the festival that marks the end of one month of fasting. The words ‘Hari Raya’ mean day of celebration.Many mistake Hari Raya Puasa for the Muslim New Year but it is not.

Celebration for Hari Raya Puasa starts at least a month ahead, during the fasting period of Ramadan. Women start to sew beautiful curtains and buy new clothes for the family. Some families also do renovation for the house so that the house would look better when the guests visit it during the festival. After fulfilling their one-month of fasting, the Muslims would be joyful to celebrate Hari Raya Puasa. On the morning of the festival, the Muslims would wear their new clothes and go to the mosque to pray. They offer their thanks to God and after that they would ask for forgiveness from their elders. This is an important custom followed by the Muslims.

They feel that the young ones asking forgiveness from their elders is very essential. On the day, they also visit their relatives and friends to celebrate the happy occasion. If you visit Muslims' homes on Hari Raya Puasa you can expect to taste a wide variety of delicious spicy dishes. Some favorite dishes that can be found in Muslims homes on this special occasion are ketupat, lontong, nasi padang and beef rendang. The Muslims also have the habit of giving packets of money to kids when they go visiting. The packets are usually be in green color and children often look forward to getting these money tokens on Hari Raya Puasa. Overall, Hari Raya Puasa is a delightful festival for the Muslims.

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Abu Hurairah (may Allah be pleased with him) reported: When anyone of you gets up in the morning in a state of fasting, he should neither have sexual relations with his wife, nor use obscene language or do any act of ignorance. And if anyone slanders him or quarrels with him, he should say: “I am fasting, I am fasting.” (Muslim)

i hope we all together increase our 'ibadah'.May Allah bless us in this holy month.

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Wednesday, September 3, 2008


You know what happened to me as i'm first time doing a blog? I just feel like an idiot. But later on, i found that it's actually a very brilliant way for me to interacting with another people with english since i'm not happy and convinence communicating others with vocal english.I also see that, I can learn and learn more to improve my skill and this weblogging becomes place to express my feelings. But it's quiet costly cause I have to seek for internet in the cyber cafe if i'm not getting free surfing. But totally, it's benefits me alot in my daily life as a student.I'm not lying.

Sunday, August 31, 2008

MERDEKA.."what does it means to me"

Wishing all Malaysians including the Prime Minister and his staff a very happy and auspicious National Day! Congratulations and may Malaysia continue to be prosperous, harmonious and dynamic. I would like to take this opportunity to also remember our leaders from the past to the present, the fair and hardworking people who made a lot of sacrifices for Malaysia to become an example of a progressive and fair nation to the rest of the world. Malaysia Boleh! Congratulations! Bless you all!

By that, Hari Merdeka or Independence Day is a national day of Malaysia commemorating the independence of the Federation of Malaya from British colonial rule, celebrated on August 31. In a wider context, it is to celebrate the formation of Malaysia.
The effort for independence was spearheaded by Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj, the first Prime Minister of Malaysia, who led a delegation of ministers and political leaders of Malaya in negotiations with the British in London for Merdeka, or independence along with the first president of the Malayan Chinese Association (MCA) Tun Dato Sir Tan Cheng Lock and fifth President of Malaysian Indian Congress Tun V.T. Sambanthan. Once it became increasingly clear that the Communist threat posed during the Malayan Emergency was petering out, agreement was reached on February 8, 1956, for Malaya to gain independence from the British Empire. However, for a number of logistical and administrative reasons, it was decided that the official proclamation of independence would only be made the next year, on August 31, 1957, at Stadium Merdeka (Independence Stadium), in Kuala Lumpur.

This golden day is very special for me.It is such a blessing as I now realise the advantages we had growing up in a peaceful multicultural country, that give us the opportunity to learn and practise each other's beliefs, languages and lifestyles. In the process, it creates a level of openness that most of us, if not everyone, are able to accept and respect each other, just as we are.We must be proud of that. I am one of those lucky ones to be born after Independence. Our rich soil and environment have provided us with plenty of wealth and opportunities. I urge the youth of today to look back at history and use it to further enhance our achievements as we are the hope and the leaders of tomorrow. Lastly, we shall be proud of the achievements of our country in whatever field we ventures in.

So, that's all from me. Happy Merdeka Day to my lovely country and all Malaysians. May Malaysia continue on with the peaceful journey so that all residents of Malaysia will be able to continue to live happily in a harmonious and healthy environment.Merdeka! Merdeka! Merdeka!

Saturday, August 30, 2008