August 30, 2006


Bagi mereka yang mencari saya pada 28 Ogos lepas, minta maaf banyak-banyak sebab ketiadaan diri saya di rumah...
Ada beberapa perkara teknikal yang terpaksa diuruskan yang menyebabkan saya keluar...

Maaf sekali lagi....

August 27, 2006

Path To Jannah

I fell in love again.

With His Messenger s.a.w....

This afternoon in Path To Jannah

I was gone for a while, if you haven't notice...
Don't ask me why; just take it as a way for me to...
ber-'uzlah' I guess.

And during that time, I kind of lost my mood of blogging
Maybe I won't do as much, considering exam in less than 2 months
And for other various reasons


Oh, by the way, this layout is only a temp... till I find what I like

August 17, 2006


Some people asked what I want for my birthday
Truthfully, there are so many things that I want... Some are within reach, but I refused to have them because I'm in no need for them, some had been reached but slipped away that I wish I can get them back as my presents, some can't even be reached, or can't be reached yet...

Cukuplah jika kalian dapat menghadiahkan Al-Fatihah buat diri ini...
Itu lebih bermakna buat saya.

Buat mereka yang berkenaan, saya memahami perasaan anda, la tahzan:
"Hai orang yang beriman, mintalah pertolongan (kepada Allah) dengan bersabar dan solat, sesungguhnya Allah berserta orang-orang yang bersabar... Dan berikanlah berita gembira kepada orang yang bersabar, (yaitu) orang-orang yang apabila ditimpa musibah, mereka mengucapkan "Innalillahi wa innaa ilaihi raaji'uun" (AlBaqarah (2): 153, 155-156)
I stumbled across this ayah, in the moments when we really need it... alhamdulillah


The other day, one of my med friend asked me, "Are you a good practicing Muslim?"
I didn't know why she promted that question. But my answer was "Yes, I am a practicing Muslim."
Then I said, "What's the point of having a religion if you don't practice it?"

By the way, Islam is not just a religion.
It's more than that- a system of life, and religion is only part of that system.

Yes, I am a practicing Muslim, and I'm proud of that.

August 15, 2006


Salam alaik,

Finished my Surgery rotation. Now I'm with RPH/Bentley (yes, Bently Hosp) for Geriatric- 'elderly' medicine.

So here I was, sitting in Blue CAT (free bus transport within the city area) to go home. At the stop number 19, a few people got in. There was this one lady, cheerful- who greeted everyone and anyone. When all the passengers are in, I realized that there were 2 carers with a few special adults who just got in.

From what I can guess, these are adults of the age probably around 30s... and one 60s I think, and my heart went to them.
These are the innocent people, as innocent as a baby.
These are special persons...

Sometimes, we take things for granted. We are blessed with high IQ (you are studying in uni aren't you? Isn't that a proof enough?), we're blassed with the ability to think, speak, see and hear.
So have we used our abilities to seek knowledge, to think and to learn?

IT IS GOD who has created the heavens and the earth and all that is between them in six aeons, and is established on the throne of His almightiness.
You have none to protect you from God, and none to intercede for you [on Judgment Day]: will you not, then, bethink yourselves? [As-Sajjadah (32):4]

And in that [hell] they will cry aloud: "O our Sustainer! Cause us to come out [of this suffering]! We shall [henceforth] do good deeds, not such as we were wont to do [aforetime]!" [But We shall answer:] "Did We not grant you a life long enough so that whoever was willing to take thought could bethink himself? And [withal,] a war­ner had come unto you! Taste, then, [the fruit of your evil deeds]: for evildoers shall have none to succour them!" [Faathir (35): 37]

Will you not, then, bethink yourselves? [As-Saffat (37):155]

August 11, 2006

August 10, 2006

Perth event: Islamic Polsci Lectures

Salam alaik,

I should have posted this earlier, but I kinda forgot to do it.... We went to Dr. Ali Paul White's first lecture last night, and it was really good and informative. It was straight to the point and really reminded us of those that we have forgotten.

It's really really recommended to go and listen to! I urge you, those who are living or are in Perth to come- both Muslim and non-Muslim.

Islamic Enrichment Night: "MY JOURNEY TO ISLAM"
THURSDAY 10TH AUGUST (After Magrib ~ 6:10)
UWA Mussollah.

Building 405, Lecture Room 201, Nursing, Curtin University, Bentley.

Dr. Ali Paul White holds a PhD in Political Science (Middle East Politics) from Macquarie University. He is published in international scholarly journals and has presented at international and Australian conferences. He lectures extensively among Muslim youth in Australia's major cities, in his capacity of the community initiative Muslims For Peace (MFP).

Throughout his academic career, he has designed and taught courses in Middle East Politics, and the Politics of Middle Eastern Religions. His teaching includes the foundations of International Politics and Political Islam.
He has taught the contemporary experience of Islam in the West (especially in Australia and France), as manifested in debates around terrorism, hijab and refugees, and the emerging debates on secularism and resurgent Muslim and 'Christian Right' 'fundamentalisms'.
He is also experienced in teaching the evolution of Islamic political thought. He has taught courses on the countries of the Middle East - especially Iran, Turkey and Lebanon, as well as about the Kurds.

Any questions can be directed to Ihsan Kamarulzaman (Public Relations Officer, UWAMSA Committee 2006) on 0401 664 884.

August 7, 2006

Syukran & Afwan

Jazakillah, syukran... thanks a million- from the bottom of my heart,
Buat 'anak-anak ayam' yang telah cuba untuk menghiburkan diri ini :D

Afwan & beribu-ribu kemaafan
Buat 'anak-anak ayam' kerana mungkir janji pada hari ini (Isnin, bersamaan dengan 7 Ogos 2006)
Buat sisters as-syifa' atas kegagalan menghantar assigment, maka memungkiri janji...

I am only a human...
Masih perlukan bimbingan dan peringatan...
Harap anda masih dapat bersabar dengan kerenah diri ini

August 2, 2006


I remember two years ago when I spent some nights at one of my friend's place, her father said to me, "Look at Islam and its people as a whole. Look at our similarities, and not difference, not if we are sunni or shiite, but as Muslim, who follow Al-Quran and As-Sunnah. As how we welcome you at our home, that's how you should welcome us at your house..."

Yes, they are shiite.

The world is aware of the endless attacks the Israelis doing on Lebanon. Yet, in the world of muslims, trivial issues of Hizbullah is shiite arose. I frowned to read some of the comments on the net. Why are we diverting from the real issue here? How can you still argue who's right and not when our brothers and sisters are being killed mercilessly there??!

Adakah hanya semata-mata anda Sunni, anda sudah dijanjikan syurga?

"Perlawanan bersenjata dalam kondisi seperti ini adalah amal paling utama dalam umat ini. Baik di Palestina maupun di Libanon. Tidak masalah jika perlawanan di Libanon dilakukan oleh kelompok Syiah. Karena mereka bagaimanapun adalah bagian dari umat Islam. Karena mereka termasuk ahli Laa ilaaha illallah, dan dalam banyak hal prinsip mereka satu pandangan dengan kita. Meskipun ada beberapa perbedaan dalam hal cabang." Dr. Yusuf Qardhawi: Wajib Hukumnya Dukung Hizbullah Lawan Zionis

"Now we hear a controversy about the Shiites and Sunnis; "Hezbollah is Shiite and should not be backed!" This is just a trial to justify the atrocities of the Zionists... Is Hezbollah not Muslims? Isn't it an Arab? Doesn't it resist the occupiers? Their battle is ours to free and restore the Muslim and Arab lands and prisoners." IM: The MB's attitude towards resistance