Sunday, 29 April 2012

the evil side of music!!! (scary)

sehari tak dengar music rse mcm urghh, kosongnye jiwa?

bile bosan2, dgr music rse mcm perasaan bosan tu hilang

bile sedih2 or putus cinta ka, dgar music, kau rse mcm uhhhh, lagu ni memahami aku!!!

bile marah/tension dgn someone , then dgar music, kemarahan tu lega ckt sbb dpt expresskan lagi2 ble dgar lagu rock (sambil wt gaya pkul drum kuat2?)

ble happy tros psg lagu happy (sambil jari2 wt gaya main piano/guitar)

ble rindu someone ka, dga music, kau tros mcm uh lagu ni memahami aku der! sobs2..
dan mcm2..

n so it happened that i found this video Deen Show revealing the evil side of music! from a former musician Mo to Mohamed. please watch it eventhough it is long (30 minutes) but it's worth it, it may change your life too! kalau fb bole online 2 hours everyday apa la salahnye tgk video ni 30 minutes je pn..

yes, it sounds cliche yg mcm ala xkan kau xtau..dgar2 lagu rock sume tu x elok...yes, kte tau je tp we take it for granted yg smpi tahap kte rse spe x layan music ni mmg kuno! huh..(sceptical) n so kte xnk dilabel kuno, try search lagu2 baru yg mcm up-to-date? heh.or mungkin x, tp u hav a list of songs in your mp3, phone, ipod etc for certain mood? n it is part of your life? huh.

so, ape yg evil sgt music ni??????

first lets start with a quote from a very famous Greek philosopher,Plato: 

To be wary of the music that enters your society because it can destroy your whole society-moral, conducts everything!

  1. most of the songs have message "do watever u want!" which is totally against Islam.-brought by Aleister Cowley who is involved in human sacrifices, influenced Adolf Hitler, artists idola, wrote the Book of Law. on top of that, dia nk change people to become immoral!
  2. message like "do drugs, kill people, bisexual, premarital sex, don't listen to your parents, commit suicide n a long list to be written...which we take it for granted again! never! because music its the thing yg kte sng addicted to it, we keep on listening to it daily? hourly? first thing after u woke up, last thing before go to bed? huuuuuhhhh..bahaya wehhhhhh..
  3. artists nowadays take devils as their idol, they said the devils are their Lord.."they sold their sole"-to destroy people for Rock n Roll. a forum they sold their souls for Rock 'n' Roll .they used their body as a vehicle for syaitan to spread their ideology, to deviate people from God.
  4. music influenced our children!!!  it will go to the subconscious mind that will affect the future!

2:208: O you who have believed, enter into Islam completely [and perfectly] and do not follow the footsteps of Satan. Indeed, he is to you a clear enemy.

jadi, saya menyeru marilah kte kurangkan and try stop dengar music yg lagha ni.. saya sedang cuba, dan merasai kesannye.anda bagaimana?

P/S: jom tuka playlist rock n roll tu ke ayat2 suci Al-Quran! =)

Thursday, 26 April 2012

facebook to God's book!!

i need to get this thing out of my head!!!!!! arghhhh...

like seriously rse mcm "urghh" npe la dok bkk fb ja..bkn ade ape ponnnnnn..setakat hang nk cek noti tu sekali suda...2 min je dlm hati bg alasan tp end up?? iskkk2......tipah, sila la fokus study plizzzzzzz!!!!!!!!!! exam lg 6 hari kottttt!! da abes study kaaaaaaaaa???? aiyooo..sabo jela..qarin ni jahat sgt tau salu nk i cek2 fb when infact bru je bkk 10 mins ago? iskkkkk2..kritikal2..

the exact moment dlm ade ape dgn fb?

so, tbe2 terjmpe plak video psl "is facebook haram?"


and so, i went searching for the answer of this illness called fb addiction!

and the answer is simply u are not keeping in touch with Al-Quran obsessively like you do with fb..arghhhhh. (especially during that time when ehmmm..)

Many of us have an addictive relationship with Facebook. We check our accounts compulsively, multiple times a day. It is sometimes the last thing many of us do before we sleep and the first thing we do when we wake up; time flies when we’re on it, and it is obsessive.Yet how many of us have an addictive relationship—have any relationship—with the Qur’an? This is the Book that transformed alcoholic, oppressive, baby-girl-burying people into callers for justice, defenders of the oppressed, soft-hearted, humble worshippers of the Lord of All the Worlds. If what is contained in this Book brought eternal peace to the hearts and freedom to the souls who were chained to the whims of their own desires, it undoubtedly can emancipate us from our own problems, heartaches and stresses. However, its ability to powerfully impact us may go a lifetime unrealized if we continue to decide that other relationships are more important.
Building Our Relationship
Having taken the Qur’an as a best friend, we must also make a commitment to building our relationship with it. Best friends don’t happen overnight; we become continuously attached to the person we’ve already connected with because of our consistent ability to reconnect and re-align. So too, with the Qur’an. The Qur’an is always there, waiting to be your closest homie! Why? Because when we establish a relationship with the Qur’an, we are, in reality, establishing a relationship with the One Who created us and knows us best.
He tells us, “I am as My servant thinks I am. I am with him when he makes mention of Me. If he makes mention of Me to himself, I make mention of him to Myself; and if he makes mention of Me in an assembly, I make mention of him in an assembly better than it. And if he draws near to Me an arm’s length, I draw near to him a fathom’s length. And if he comes to Me walking, I go to him at speed,” (Hadith Qudsi, Bukhari). 

When we think about God, when we make an effort to draw nearer to Him, He comes to us with speed. Therefore, let us run to Him through our relationship with the Qur’an!

easy said than done ? but hey that's not  an excuse ya!!!! so, stop it!! perhaps this is the time Allah really wants to test you on how good you are telling people to do good when in fact you your own not practising it? reflect2...

Surah AL-A'raf: 201
Indeed, those who fear Allah - when an impulse touches them from Satan, they remember [Him] and at once they have insight.

Tuesday, 24 April 2012

beware bad trendsetters!!!!

rehat sebentar bersama bru tgk video Nouman Ali Khan psl bad trendsetters..bez! agk lama la 30 minits tp it's worth it.

gist video tu:

1.cultural slavery, societal pressure: to abide what society always compare with others. what he has, i should have fit in the crowd with same style of fashion, the way they communicate. to follow the tradition that is not in line with the deen like having super expensive wedding just to honour the society?

2. how  the bad trendsetters will cut you (trend followers) off on the Judgment Day even you have been the best follower. the most loyal fanatic fan etc. (xjmpe ayat yg dia mentioned dlm surah Al-A'raf)

3. so how are we going to control ourselves, our children, our society from becoming the society slaves? don't let your children to become trend followers!! cartoon sume bole ade impact mse besarnye.

4. be Allah's slave not the society's. a good parents especially fathers! talk, appreciate and spend time with your daughters bcoz the self-confidence get from dad is irreplaceable!play with your sons bcoz you are the best friend of your son.

6. follow the trend of Ibrahim who don't simply follow others. Ibrahim who worship Allah when everybody else was not.

p/s: don't just follow mindlessly!

Saturday, 21 April 2012

crepe coklat..nyum2..=)

gambar hiasan.
  • 3 cups self-raising flour
  • 1 cup of cornflour
  • sweetcorn
  • salt
  • 1 cup of sugar
  • 1 cup of semolina
  • 1 egg
  • 1 cup of milk
  • chocolate spread

  1. soak semolina in milk
  2. mix all the flour, salt and sugar in a bowl, then make a hole
  3. add in egg, mix well.
  4. add in sweetcorn
  5. if the barter is too thick add in more milk/too fluid add in more flour.
  6. heat up the pan with a little bit oil.
  7. put 2 spoon full of the barter and spread it well
  8. "kalih"/fry both sides..
  9. spread chocholate/jam/peanut butter/honey/ice-cream.=)
selamat mencuba.. =)

bisikan syaitan...

Bisikan syaitan yg paling mudarat pada seseorang itu ialah perasaan malas.

Apabila terasa malas pd waktu ketika anda sepatutnya mengerjakan sesuatu, sedarlah anda sedang melayan bisikan syaitan.

Apabila anda melayan bisikan syaitan, pelbagai khayalan akn bermain di minda - buat teh dulu, tangguh sekejap, layar internet dulu, tunggu rancangan tv habis dulu, rasa nak tidur, telefon berbunyi, sms datang, org rumah panggil dan sebagainya...

Kita harus saling-mengingatkan org sekeliling kita yg kelihatan malas, berkata malas utk mengerjakan sesuatu, terlalu santai sehingga lalai bahawa mereka sedang melayan bisikan syaitan yg dahsyat.

Petua mengatasinya mudah, SENYUM dan kuncikan minda dan teruskan buat kerja yg sepatutnya. Selepas 5 minit, inshaAllah bisikan syaitan akan menghilang, dan kita akan mendapat momentum utk menghabiskan tugas yg ada di tgn.-Dato' Tuan Ibrahim bin Tuan Man.


Tuesday, 17 April 2012

sakit gigi

dulu, aku ada satu gigi susu tu mse kck xcabut pon, xtau la knpe.pastu, ble da besar ni permanent tooth tumbuh kt blakg dia..n now jadi tajam, smpi it rubs my tongue causes sore tongue, n ssh jgk la nk mkn, ckp..

td, dgn berbekalkan semnagat berani aku g dental school sowg2, xmau kacau roomate study,..mse waiting smpt tgk gelagat anak2 kck dgn parents:

-ade sowg bdk pompuan dok atas riba ayah dia, mke tahan skt..(reminds me of abah sbb abah salu teman g jmpe doctor )
-ade sowg bdk laki kck je dia tercampak ball kt sowg pak cik then pak cik tu bg blk, tp ayh dia x bg tros..ayh dia mintak anak dia say thank you ..

then dlm mind mcm da set kalau dentist dpt polish bg tumpul ckt gigi tu ok la sementara tggu blk msia wt d real operation.then, as expected after x-ray gigi n examination on that tooth, doc pn ckp

there are 3 options:
1.remove the permanent tooth--> will leave hole that recovers months after that
2.remove the baby tooh and tarik the permanent tooh ke depan n pakai brace nothing.

mata da hampir berkecai2 dpn dentist tu..sbb pikir xkan la nk  operate now with the exams coming soon, it will takes months for recovery, n cost pon mahal la compared dgn msia kn..

then, i went home..menangis2 kt mama n abah..sakit kot xpe, walau pape terjadi Allah sentiasa bersama kita!! kuatkan semangat!! 55 days je pon b4 blk msia..tahan ye syg...

dan betapa la Allah nk uji, sbb selama ni asyk je dok mkn2 benda manis..n betapa kte ni bergantung harap pada Allah setakat mana..selma kte dok mkn bez2 ade ke kte pikir psl saudara2 kte kt Afrika yg kebuluran tu, selama ni kte dok sdp2 ckp mcm2, now nk ckp ckt pon skt, so Allah nk kte muhaasabah la tu..lagipun xakan rse nikmat kesihatan tu kalau x sakit..jd, bersyukurlah wahai diri!

roomate pon bg link kat wall..jazakillah khairan kathira ain! =')
1. Mendidik dan menyucikan jiwa dari keburukan
Allah Ta'ala berfirman, artinya, “Apa saja musibah yang menimpa kamu maka disebabkan oleh perbuatan tanganmu sendiri, dan Allah memaafkan sebagian besar (dari kesalahan-kesalahanmu).” (QS. Asy-Syura: 30)
Dalam ayat ini terdapat kabar gembira sekaligus ancaman jika kita mengetahui bahwa musibah yang kita alami adalah merupakan hukuman atas dosa-dosa kita. 
Imam Al Bukhari meriwayatkan dari Abu Hurairah radhiallaahu 'anhu bahwa Nabi shallallahu 'alaihi wasallam bersabda: 
Tidak ada penyakit, kesedihan dan bahaya yang menimpa seorang mukmin hinggga duri yang menusuknya melain-kan Allah akan mengampuni kesalahan-kesalahannya dengan semua itu.
Dalam hadits lain beliau bersabda:
 “Cobaan senantiasa akan menimpa seorang mukmin, keluarga, harta dan anaknya hingga dia bertemu dengan Allah dalam keadaan tidak mempunyai dosa.” Sebagian ulama salaf berkata, “Kalau bukan karena musibah-musibah yang kita alami di dunia, niscaya kita akan datang di hari kiamat dalam keadaan pailit.

Friday, 13 April 2012

Imam asy Syahid Hassan Al Banna

siapakah Hassan al-Banna? apakah jasa terbesar beliau di saat sekularisme giat menular di pemikiran masyarakat? adakah hanya setakat membukukan ayat-ayat Al-Quran dan doa-doa yg diamalkan Rasulullah SAW iaitu Mathurat? kenapa nama beliau amat gah sekali sehingga kini fikrahnya masih diperjuangkan di seluruh pelosok dunia termasuklah bumi Palestin?? apakah Ikhwanul Muslimin? Siapakah yg mencetuskan Revolusi Mesir?

spent 15-20 minutes of your day reading to appreciate all his sacrifices for Islam.


Hassan Al-Banna was born in 1906 in Mahmoudia, near Alexandria, Egypt. He graduated from Dar Al-Uloum school in Cairo and worked in the field of education in several towns, calling people to follow the Qur'an and the Sunnah. He was able to guide to the Path of Allah thousands of people of all classes of his society.

Imam Al-Banna stayed in Ismailiah, Egypt for some time where he established the first center for Al-Ikhwan with a group of his brothers. He started making Da'wah in public through lectures and publications and visits to villages and towns. His activity was not only confined to men, he also established in Ismailiah "The Muslims' Mothers Institute" for educating girls according to Islamic teachings.

After some time he was transferred to Cairo to which he transferred his headquarters. Cairo became the center of Da'wah and in a short time the number of Ikhwan reached about a half million. This enormous progress started to concern the British and their followers, the Egyptian politicians. They tried to dissuade Imam Al-Banna from politics but he insisted on his position. He established a daily newspaper in Cairo by the name "Al-Ikhwan Al-Muslimoon" which enabled him to address a much larger sector of the public than with lectures.

When the tragedy of Palestine took place, the Ikhwan troops were among the most active forces and were able to reach to the gates of Tel Aviv and almost conquered it if it had not been for the treason by the Arab rulers at that time. Furthermore, King Farouq of Egypt imprisoned a large number of Ikhwan. Finally, a plot was made by the British and implemented by their servants to assassinate Imam Al-Banna. He was shot in front of the "Muslim Youth Association" building in March 1949. After he was carried to the hospital, he was left on the floor bleeding with no one trying to save him. Two hours after he was shot, he passed away, at only 43 years of age.

Who Is Hassan Al-Banna

Anyone who knows the martyred Imam closely realizes how he surprised Egypt and the whole world with his Da'wah and his strife. Al-Banna, may Allah have mercy on him, possessed a multitude of characteristics that may seem contradicting with one another from the point of view of psychologists or historians. He was brilliant, sympathetic, ambitious for the future of his Da'wah yet easily satisfied by very little in his private life. He was eloquent, steadfast and humble. All these characters helped to form an example of religious and social leadership that the whole world had not seen for centuries.

At the age of 9, Hassan Al-Banna memorized two thirds of the Qur'an. Shortly after that, he finished memorizing the whole Qur'an. He was an excellent speaker. He had the ability to improvise speeches for almost any occasion for whatever audience he happened to be addressing. He was superb in his ability to get his ideas across to his audience, supported by verses from the holy Qur'an and by Hadiths, both of which he mastered very well. The unique quality the martyred Imam enjoyed was his ability to gather people's hearts around him and bind them together with the link of brotherhood in Islam.

An unforgettable quality of Imam Al-Banna was his persistence and diligent work for propagating his message. He always traveled, gave lectures and Khutbahs, had discussion with people, worked day and night and never knew what it was like to relax or go on vacation.

Establishment Of Jamaa'at Al Ikhwan

We let the Imam narrate the story: "Since my childhood I have devoted my life to a single purpose; that is to guide people to the truth of Islam, concept and practice. However, this objective remained for some time as thoughts that come to my mind from time to time; I sometimes spoke about them to those around me in the form of a speech or a lesson at a masjid whenever possible. I tried to encourage some of my Ulama' friends to redouble their effort in preaching to people in order to guide them to the reality of Islam. I also spoke with people of high social standing, urging them to work for the cause of Islam; their response was anywhere from frustration to encouragement to indecisiveness. But when I realized I could not get what I wanted in terms of seriousness to work and organize efforts, I turned toward my brothers and friends with whom I had the link of sincere love and common appreciation of responsibility.

"In Dhul-Qi'dah, 1347 H (March, 1928), six brothers visited me: Hafez Abdel-Hamid, Ahmad Al-Hossary, Fuad Ibrahim, Abder-Rahman Hasab-Allah, Ismael Ezz and Zaki Al-Maghraby. We gave our pledge and swore that we would live as brothers working for Islam and strive in its cause.

"One of us said: `What should we call ourselves? Should we form an association, a club or an organization?' I said: `No! Let's not worry about formalities, let's concentrate on practical issues. We are brothers who work for Islam, so we are Al-Ikhwan Al-Muslimoon (The Muslim Brothers).

"That was the birth of the first group of Al-Ikhwan, consisting of these six people who gathered around the principle. Under this name we started working with a clear and comprehensive understanding of Islam. As a result the Da'wah of Al-Ikhwan comprised all aspects of reformation of the Muslim Ummah."

Menurut Yusuf Qardhawi:
"Sebelum munculnya Hassan al-Banna dan gerakan dakwahnya, politik nyaris tersisih daripada perhatian jamaah Islam yang ada pada saat itu atau konkritnya jamaah-jamaah keagamaan dan politik berada di luar kegiatan dan pemikirannya. Pada ketika itu, politik dianggap bertentangan dengan agama, ibarat warna hitam yang sangat bertentangan dengan warna putih, sehingga tidak mungkin keduanya terkumpul dalam diri seseorang atau jamaah. Manusia terbahagi kepada dua; manusia agama dan politikus. Jamaah juga terbahagi kepada dua, jamaah agama atau jamaah politik."

Imam Al-Banna, may Allah have mercy on him, established his Da'wah on several pillars which he considered to be of utmost importance, among those pillars are:

1. Singleness of purpose,

2. Gathering people around the basic principles of Islam and not worrying about minor differences,

3. Following the proper Islamic manners in case of disagreement,

4. Thinking positively of those who disagree with one's idea,

5. Avoiding despotism; form of government in which a single entity rules with absolute power

6. The possibility of more than one right opinion for a single issue,

7. Cooperation in what is agreed upon and forgiveness in what is disagreed upon,

8. Calling all Muslims to face the common enemy,

9. Encouraging work and productivity, and

10. Feeling of pity, not malice, for those who have gone astray.

Among His Sayings....

•O sincere brothers! Our pledge has ten pillars, remember them: understanding, sincerity, work, strife, sacrifice, obedience, steadfastness, singleness of purpose, brotherhood and confidence.

•Revive your conscience by believing in Allah and remaining mindful of Him; protect your communities by enjoining what is right and forbidding what is wrong; these are the two pillars of reformation.

•Islam performs two tasks: First, it molds the individuals into a new shape based on Aqidah and noble human qualities; it then uses these individuals as building units to establish the righteous Allah-mindful communities.

Islam is an Aqidah (creed) as well as a nationality. Unlike nationalities which are based on land, the nationality of Islam is based on brotherhood in faith and, therefore, is far stronger and more meaningful than the former.

Hasan al-Banna pernah mengungkapkan dalam Risalah Untuk Pemuda:
"Kita menghendaki pemerintahan Islam yang membawa rakyatnya ke masjid, kemudian membimbing manusia dalam petunjuk Islam sebagaimana Islam menjadi petunjuk bagi para sahabat Rasulullah s.a.w, Abu Bakar dan Umar di masa dahulu. Oleh kerana itu, kita tidak mengakui sistem pemerintahan yang tidak ditegakkan di atas landasan Islam dan tidak bersumber darinya,"

P/S: what about malaysia? what can we do?