May 31, 2011

Be Vigilant Against Incremental Change

At all times, we have been cautioned against being lulled by the success in promoting c'est la mode, c'est magnifique!, beauty and attractiveness to a woman (in the making). After a period of time, it could put us in complacency and without paying a serious attention to this incremental changes; it could be a challenge of a lifetime.

Question. Have we done enough to adapt to these changes? I certainly not. My wife either. How can we survive in this new environment if we could not be able to get ourselves familiarized or become accustomed with what was needed? It’s certainly so stressful for us to handle. These will definitely not something that we are going to take lightly in doing our ‘business’ in the future.

P/s – Ishhh…payah sungguh kalau Damia dah mula nak pandai bersolek masa nak pi mengaji quran malam. 10x betulkan tudung x siap2 jugak..

May 24, 2011


Papa parrot, few years back said JPA’s medical oversea bound scholars are frustrated with the JPA enforcing them to immediately return to the country upon graduation, barring us from continuing training as interns (equivalent of houseman) and stops them from obtaining sufficient exposure in getting more experience.

[Scholarship is taxpayer’s money, so get your ass back and honor the agreement you signed before (with grin to ears)]

Black feathered Papa parrot’s friend says public complaints of unfairness against JPA have become an annual phenomenon. It is unsatisfactory for the government to merely cite keen competition for limited places or performance in interviews as reasons why qualified students are unsuccessful in obtaining JPA scholarships.

[The correct way to award scholarship i.e. by looking into more criteria other than Academic. You do not want geek, with saliva flowing down from end of lips left and right, to be your medical doctors]

Another black feathered Drama King parrot added “Wee was citing an example... (what if) the PSD scholarships were the only opportunities for the non-Bumiputera students to obtain government scholarships”.

[In 1995, Western Michigan has about 100 Bumis studied in that univ compared to 300 non-Bumis which most of them are self sponsored. Now with the decrease in MARA’s overseas sponsorship, the statistic will be even worst. So, what if what, Wee?]

Big time taiko parrot added the 300 top students to be granted the JPA overseas scholarships should be selected solely based on their academic results.

[Solely means all the bookworm in the world who play soccer like playing chess] 

So you tell me, after getting all the backing from so many parrots in the world, another brother parrot could not do parroting? Koo kuu koo kuu...

Nazri Aziz previously revealed  that the distribution of scholarships by the Public Service Department (JPA) for degrees overseas to non-bumiputeras students has risen to 45 percent from 10 percent beginning this year. This was stated by the Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department, Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri Aziz. "This breakdown means 50 percent for bumiputeras and 45 percent to non-umiputeras in comparison to only 10 percent in the past to non-bumiputeras," he said, when winding up discussions concerning Additional Supplementary Provisional Laws 2008 (2007) involving RM60 million to JPA in the Dewan Rakyat, today. Datuk Seri Nazri said, “The criterion of selection is 70 percent for academics, 10 percent for co-curriculum activities, 10 percent for family background and 10 percent for interviews."

[Ooo..gitu kesahnye ye?]

P/s - Penat melayan kerenah deme singgah sebentar di sebeneleben dengar lagu Soley Soley ditujukan khas buat "Solely" Soi Lek. English Edukesyen very de' important...Ooo' Soley..soley, soleyyyy... 

May 23, 2011

Tragedi I, II & Sangka Baik

Auntie next door’s house was broken into on last Saturday while she and her husband went out of town. Another next door neighbor did complain about couple of people mooching around at the back of the house for the last a week or so. I did some security checking and always on the light after 11pm onward.

Guess what? The robber(s) came and robs from the front door. Fuckin’ courageously and daring move by these so called break-in robbers nowadays. I’m putting deep thot in getting the house alarmed.

My wife who made the police report grumble against the police who did not do any CSI’s kinda investigation to the house. I responded spontaneously “What do you expect?” Sounded harsh and insensitive but true enough cos’ we the neighbors should be the eyes and ears to PDRM in preventing cases. When it happens, not much we can do anymore. I guess auntie next door understands these and she smile.


My tears flowed slowly down my cheek. I just couldn't explain this feeling exactly other than a hard stamped kinda contraction in my heart. For the longest time, I had been in a state of ok-ness but today seeing those pics, I just couldn't bear it anymore. I'm emotionally down.

It was sad to hear a muddy landslide hit Rumah Anak2 Yatim At-Taqwa that buried 25 orphanage and claimed life 16 of them. At this moment, no nice words could console father (or mother), relatives, everyone when this kind of tragedy happened. There’s no need to pinpoint, blame others either in investigating the cause of this mishap. It’s preventive that matter most. Related agency, Fire Dept, JPS, JAKIM, JAIS, anyone, please ensure enforcement and shut down building and premises located in a danger zone. Or on the other hand, be it the owner of an orphanage no-profit building or architect to a hi-status hilly tower, please decide on the definition of danger and act accordingly. Grieving should take precedence over blame, but please seek for preventive measurement in doing stuff.


Kepada ibu bapa anak2 yang terkorban, bersabarlah kerana anda telah meninggalkan anak2 yang soleh yang akan menunggu anda di depan pintu syurga, InsyaAllah. Bersangka baiklah dengan Allah kerana setiap dugaan yang diberikan ada hikmahnya. Berdoalah dengan doa nabi Hidhir yang memohon Allah melembutkan dugaan yang mendatang dan pujuklah diri sendiri dari bersangka buruk kepada Allah kerana setiap dugaan adalah penghapus kepada dosa-dosa.

Al Fatihah..

P/s - Kepada adik2 yang terkorban, InsyaAllah jihad untuk adik2 semua. Mungkin di sana lebih baik untuk adik2 daripada berada di dunia ini.

May 20, 2011

Blame it On the Gomen..

Any prospective student that wishes to join this institution need to undergo an interview session which looks into ones potential in becoming leaders of the nation. Some of the criteria that we are looking for are their level of confidence, achievement motivation, mental alertness as well as their empathy. Potential students will be given a case study as a platform for them to express their ideas and hopefully will dug out their potential, as criteria mentioned above. In preparing the case study usually some importance tips will be relayed to these students such as looking things from helicopter views, always get into the root of the problem and provide structured presentation. They can only see clearly an elephant from a distance rather than in front of their eyes cos’ big size elephant would block their sight. Well, in this case their perspective.

However, I must say from 10 students that were interviewed, you might only be able to find couple of them that could provide answer in broader perspectives. It’s somehow bothered me for quite some times now – the tendency in our students to put the responsibility to someone else and always find reasons to blame others.

Some of the reasons given might be applicable but when every time you hear the same answer – government should do this, government should do that (perhaps because of tax money payable to government), as if nobody responsible for anything other than the government, you suddently go WTF. That is considered not too bad. Wait until you hear them says government is responsible for not giving proper education, that’s why they got B in Physics. This bunch of people will eventually lead the nation and can you image if some day a policemen who get criticized for slow response to complaints, turn around and blame the government for not giving them vehicles or for the vehicles not having gas or drivers. Or a Public Servant who is not satisfactorily answering public queries about their work turns around and blames the government. Prosecutors lose an important case in the courts on the basis of a technicality and the government is blamed for not training them enough. Persons sentenced to hang and who have appealed is awaiting the conclusion of their appeal process, but the government is blamed for not hanging them.

An attitude that can turns into a bad culture. I am worried, do you? God bless us all.

P/s - Gotong royong perhaps?

Angry villagers stage serpent protest
By Manjit Kaur

IPOH: Residents from a village here brought a live 10-foot python to the Mentri Besar's office to highlight their fear of having to bear with unwelcome visits from slithery “guests” for the past one year. “We have been having sleepless nights as we never know when a snake would come by our beds,” said labourer C. Subramani, who acted as spokesman for the group of residents from Kampung DBI in Buntong. He said he caught the snake on Wednesday night outside his house and decided to bring it to the state secretariat building here yesterday as “proof” of their traumatic experiences.

Subramani, 51, led the group of residents to present a memorandum to the Mentri Besar yesterday. Subramani, managed to present the memorandum to the Mentri Besar's special assistant Zulkefli Abdullah outside the gate of the building. Speaking to reporters later, he claimed their previous complaints about the snakes had gone unheeded. He said Kampung DBI, a pre-independence village, consisted mostly of wooden houses occupied by low-salaried workers and retirees and was overrun with lalang.

May 19, 2011

To Sir With Love

My past caught me, yet again. I still remember the day that my father whacked me left and right for not doing stuffs mom asked me to do. Things was terrible, at least that’s how I felt during those days. As time goes by, and by the time I’m having my very own children, then only I could understand why whacking and walloping is sometimes required. Those days I would never lie. I just don’t dare at all. If dad require me to tell the truth, I would just do that without hesitation. Thou whacking and walloping will still be there as part of punishment, at least dad will feel relief. I do too. This in a way contributed in making me a person with trust and confidence.

Yesterday night, I did the same as what my dad did to me. But Amin, he just lied consistently. The worst part is he was not even know how to lie. I’m having mixed feeling of embittered and frustrated. Rotan is law and law will be there to guide you. But nobody will be able to enforce a law on you unless you do wrong. Correct?

I’ve spent 13 years of my life raising children and now I’ve a bit concern on their future. I really could not alternatively provide or decide what would be their pathway; I do not even have a clue.

Aku pun rasanya tak pernah tahu kemana hala tuju hinggalah selepas SPM. Cuma nasibku agak baik. Jiran sebelah rumah mencadangkan ITM berdasarkan keputusan peperiksaan aku yang tak berapa nak berwarna terbang (flying color). Dia dapat 8A, yang pada tahun 1989 tu antara keputusan terbaik sepanjang zaman. So aku follow… Tapi keinginan dan kesungguhan untuk mendapatkan ilmu aka life long learning membawa aku sampai ke sini. Seperti yang aku ada kini. Dan semua ini untuk mereka jua.

If you wanted the sky I would write across the sky in letters,
That would soar a thousand feet high,

If you wanted the moon I would try to make a start,
But I, would rather you let me give my heart,
To Sir, with Love..

P/s - Teringat kisah rookie teacher 'Sir Thackeray' lakonan Sidney Poitier dalam To Sir With Love,

May 15, 2011

Hoki, Cekgu

Aku bercadang hendak ke Stadium Sultan Azlan menyaksikan perlawanan terakhir Malaysia bertemu Pakistan petang tadi. Aku kata terakhir sebab aku agak confirm Malaysia akan menghuni tangga tercorot walaupun jika menang ke atas Pakistan. Dengan kurangnya fokus pemain2 sepanjang kejohanan dengan melepaskan gol2 padang yang mudah, tiada sebab kedudukan terakhir itu tidak patut dihuni. Walau bagaimanapun permainan yoyo pasukan kebangsaan, kuat bila bertemu pasukan kuat dan lemah bila bertemu pasukan setaraf, agak memberangsangkan setelah lama tidak bermain di peringkat antarabangsa. Kalau tak salah aku kali terakhir bilamana pasukan kebangsaan menang perak di Sukan Asia Beijing tahun lalu.

Pukul 5 hujan mencurah2, petir sabung menyabung (cheh..itu dah cam skrip drama tu). So aku gagal untuk keluar rumah. Astro pun line x ok. Alih2 bila line Astro dah ok aku tengok di Stadium dan kawasan sekitarnya hujan tak la pulak turun. Masa tu dah pukul 6.30 so aku layan je lah TV tu.

Ingatkan bolehla ke Stadium untuk mengimbau kenangan lama..huhu.


16hb Hari Guru. ”Selamat menyambut Hari Guru, cekgu” kata2 membodek Najib. Terima kasih kepada semua guru yang banyak mengajar, tak kiralah English Edukesyen ke, ape2 Edukesyen ke, jasa guru tetap akan dikenang. Juga tak lupa khususnya untuk Cikgu Khemisah Kirby ;-) kutempelkan sebuah sajak karya agung Usman Awang (1979) untuk semua yang bergelar guru..

BERBURU ke padang datar
Dapat rusa berbelang kaki
Berguru kepalang ajar
Ibarat bunga kembang tak jadi

Dialah pemberi paling setia
Tiap akar ilmu miliknya
Pelita dan lampu segala
Untuk manusia sebelum jadi dewasa.
Dialah ibu dialah bapa juga sahabat
Alur kesetiaan mengalirkan nasihat
Pemimpin yang ditauliahkan segala umat
Seribu tahun katanya menjadi hikmat.

Jika hari ini seorang Perdana Menteri berkuasa
Jika hari ini seorang Raja menaiki takhta
Jika hari ini seorang Presiden sebuah negara
Jika hari ini seorang ulama yang mulia
Jika hari ini seorang peguam menang bicara
Jika hari ini seorang penulis terkemuka
Jika hari ini siapa sahaja menjadi dewasa;
Sejarahnya dimulakan oleh seorang guru biasa

Dengan lembut sabarnya mengajar tulis-baca.
Di mana-mana dia berdiri di muka muridnya
Di sebuah sekolah mewah di Ibu Kota
Di bangunan tua sekolah Hulu Terengganu
Dia adalah guru mewakili seribu buku;
Semakin terpencil duduknya di ceruk desa
Semakin bererti tugasnya kepada negara.
Jadilah apa pun pada akhir kehidupanmu, guruku
Budi yang diapungkan di dulangi ilmu
Panggilan keramat “cikgu” kekal terpahat
Menjadi kenangan ke akhir hayat.

P/s – Teringat masa Sekolah Guru Nanak dulu, sambut Hari Guru rasanya cam sambut Hari Kanak-kanak. Hepi tak pernah kena tempat huhu..

May 14, 2011

Peace You'll..

I get pretty excited after reviewing an article by a HongKies (dunno this word correct or not?) by the name of Professor Otto CC Lin. His work entitled “Environment for the 21st Century” talks on few things that need to be given proper attention for the 21st century, of which I also believe is very much applicable for mindset change (i.e. such as in the case of our AF candidate second stage friend.. huhu)

Amongst others, Prof Lin mentioning about the ubiquity or readiness of PCs and the Internet including wireless technology and mobile commerce; or in a simpler word the ability to utilize PC and its applications. As an administrator, you are not going anywhere without the knowledge in either Microsoft Word or Excell.. and I’m just talking basic here. Secondly, the influence of the co-existence between competition and cooperation. One should be able to adapt to your competitors’ strength and adopt cooperation. Strategic Alliance is the correct words. Finally (three of so many more), every knowledge workers is a source of innovation, continued and life-long needs for education. The importance to enhance and efficiently looking into problems and turn it into opportunity.

Nevertheless, in contenting the challenge of creating another so called civilization, the Malays particularly need three basic stuffs; (i) the ability to understand the situation and maintaining it, (ii) the skill to rehash or re-treat, and (iii) adaptation capability. The above stuff is so important for us to change the paradigm, by using the local moulder/template (glocal), in fulfilling ones’ desires. We should learn on how to inherit our forefather’s strength who never surrender in defending the Malays civilization thou they have been colonized for hundreds of years.

P/s - Siti ngan Zam sedang menggayakan sign Peace..

May 10, 2011

Dey Pandy?..

Yingge Porengge Pandy Kuttey? (Read “How Are You Piglet?”). I guess that why everyone, especially Mr Sec Ku Nan, feeling the heat today, as hot as the current weather climate (here). Anuvaji The Boss pun tak patut la cakap camtu kat Bos Ku Nan tu kan? Kalam yang keluar dari pemimpin dianggap sebagai hala tuju, aspirasi kepada perjuangan lebih2 lagi kalau ianya melibatkan ahli politik yang disegani. Lainlah kalau ianya datang dari pemimpin kelas kedua cam KJ. Ketua Pemuda Congostan, KJ (gambar) berkata, cercaan tersebut sangat kurang ajar dan tidak sepatutnya keluar dari mulut seorang pemimpin yang bercita-cita besar seperti Anuvaji. Hahahaha..

P/s – Gambar di atas cuma rekaan dari daya imaginasi penulis yg sonsang semata dan xde kena mengena ngan KJ (who ever he might be?)..

Selamat Hari Ibu..

Kasihnya Ibu (here) Hati mana yang tak tersentuh melihat penderitaan seorang ibu mencari mayat anaknya yang masih belum ditemui setelah hilang dibawa arus deras lebih dari dua hari yang lalu. Hari Ibu yang disambut 8 Mei ini agaknya terasa panjang bagi keluarga Wan Azleela dan ayah mereka Syed Ahmad. Semoga penderitaan yang mereka tanggung akan menghapuskan segala dosa. Semoga kematian ketiga2 anak kecil mereka itu akan menjadi benteng kepada mereka daripada jilatan api neraka yang membakar.

Selamat Hari Ibu buat ibuku arwah Siti Aminah, ibu saudaraku Asiah, Mommy in law ku, ibu kepada anak2ku, ibu-ibu angkatku dan semua manusia yang bergelar ibu di muka bumi ini.  Bercerita tentang ibuku, beliau seorang yang pandai menilik nasib melalui kad. Tidak percaya? Benar kerana suatu ketika pernah dia melihat repot kad aku yang banyak warna merah dari biru dan dia katakan kepadaku "Emak dah tau apa nasib kamu bila abah kamu balik nanti".... huhu

P/s - Aku terasa rindu pada ibu. Setiap tahun kami akan terasa kesedihan bila lagu ini berkumandang pada Hari Konvokesyen UTP. Sangat mengharukan...

May 07, 2011


Kabinet Sarawak, Kabinet Tanpa Orang Muda
Kenyataan Ketua Pemuda PAS Negeri Sarawak

Dewan Pemuda PAS Negeri Sarawak melalui Ketua Pemudanya Saudara Mohammad Arifiriazul mengucapkan tahniah kepada barisan kabinet Kerajaan Sarawak yang baru sahaja diisytiharkan oleh Ketua Menteri (KM), Pehin Sri Hj. Abdul Taib Mahmud pada 3hb Mei 2011 yang lepas. Kecekapan KM dalam melantik barisan menteri beliau dalam masa kurang sebulan adalah sesuatu yang amat dialu-alukan bagi memastikan kelancaran pentadbiran negeri. Pemuda PAS Sarawak juga mendoakan agar barisan kabinet negeri ini akan menjalankan tugas mereka sebagai pemimpin dengan penuh amanah dan berintegriti.

Dalam masa yang sama, Pemuda PAS Sarawak juga berpandangan bahawa pemilihan barisan kabinet baru Sarawak jelas menampakkan kelemahan BN Sarawak yang amat ketandusan pemimpin pelapis dari kalangan generasi muda Sarawak. Dalam kerancakan pembangunan negeri yang diwar-warkan sebelum ini, tentu sekali pandangan dan pendekatan golongan muda amat diperlukan dalam memastikan kejayaan semua projek pembangunan yang cuba dilaksanakan. Kerajaan negeri di bawah pimpinan KM dan BN Sarawak jelas tidak menghargai suara dan peranan penting golongan muda Sarawak dalam membangunkan negeri bertuah ini, malahan, mereka lebih selesa untuk menggunakan kemenangan ‘hebat’ mereka kali ini untuk meneruskan dominasi golongan berkepentingan agar segala penyelewengan hasil negeri dalam mandat yang lepas akan terus didiamkan dan disembunyikan. Malah, adalah tidak keterlaluan untuk kita nyatakan di sini bahawa kabinet baru Sarawak ini tidak ubah seperti kabinet boneka KM yang dianggotai oleh para menteri yang ‘loyalists’ dan ‘yes men’ kepada beliau. Ini sememangnya satu kerugian besar kepada negeri dan rakyat Sarawak seluruhnya.


Kabinet Sarawak tanpa orang muda ye? Bagaimana rasanya bila melihat kabinet bayangan Pakatan Rakyat Sarawak dari cetusan idea DAP ini? So PAS ‘hebat’ untuk jaga portfolio Hal Ehwal Ugama saja ke? Berkongsi pulak tu dengan Ali Biju..

Chief Minister, Natural Resources and Good Governance - Wong Ho Leng
Land Development and NCR Affairs - Baru Bian
Finance - Chong Chieng Jen
Local Government - Ling Sie Kiong
Tourism, Heritage and Environment - See Chee How
Rural Development - Chiew Chiu Sing
Industrial Development - Yap Hoi Liong
Public Health - Dr Wong Hua Seh
Social Development and Woman Affairs - Violet Yong Wui Wui
Public Utilities - Wong King Wei
Infrastructure Development and Communications - Chiew Wang See
Agriculture - Ting Tze Fui
Housing and Urban Development - Fong Pau Teck
Consumer Affairs - David Wong Kee Woan
Religious Affairs and National Unity - Ali Biju and Haji Adam

Begitu juga dengan portfolio utama di negeri2 yang dikuasai oleh Pakatan Pembangkang terutamanya bila DAP mempunyai calon yang agak ramai. Teresa Kok, Ronnie Liu, Ean Yong Hian Wah contohnya memegang portfolio pelaburan, industri, kerajaan tempatan dan kilang2 (factories) sedangkan Datuk Dr Hassan hanya ditugaskan menjaga budaya Melayu dan Hal Ehwal Islam dalam negeri Selangor. Yaakop Sapari pula ditugaskan dengan portfolio pertanian manakala Iskandar Abdul Samad pulak cuma jaga setinggan (squatters).

Di Pulau Pinang Lim Guan Eng yang juga Ketua Menteri memegang portfolio tanah, pembangunan tanah dan keusahawanan. Prof Ramasamy dengan State Economic Planning, Education and Human Resources, Science, Technology and Innovation. YB Chow Kon Yeow Local Government and Traffic Management. Lim Hock Seng pula mewakili Public Works, Utilities and Transport, Phee Boon Poh menjaga Health and Welfare, Caring Society and Environment, Wong Hon Fai ditugaskan dengan Town and Countryside Planning, Housing. Abdul Malik Abdul Kassim hanya dapat memegang portfolio Hal Ehwal Agama, Domestic Trade dan Consumer Affairs.

Di Perak setelah tamatnya PRU-12, Dato' Ngeh dilantik menjadi Exco Kanan Negeri. Beliau juga menjaga kewangan, infra, public utilities, energy and water, dan non-Islamic affairs. Kor Ming saudaranya bertanggungjawab dengan Education, Local Government, Housing and Public Transport. YB Sungkai A. Sivanesan menjaga kesihatan, environment dan HR manakala YB Thomas Su Keong Siong dengan Higher Education, Science, Technology and Communications. Katak2 PKR Jamaluddin Mohd Radzi pula hanya ditugaskan menjaga entrepreneur development and cooperative, agriculture and trade. Mohd Osman Mohd Jailu sebagai exco pelancongan, pembangunan manusia dan NGO. YB Lubok Merbau Mohd Zainuddin Mohd Yusof pula hanya menjaga kepentingan berugama, wanita dan kebajikan.
Kabinet Bayangan PKR Sarawak pun 2X5 gak la..

P/s - Cuma jaga Hal Ehwal ugama saje pun YB Abdul Malik tak reti2 nak control Jeff

May 02, 2011

Why Sultan & King Required?

May 1st Hari Pekerja, I was in Tg Malim. At half past noon, rain poured down heavily that we’ve decided to cancel an outdoor outing that evening. Thus, this posting...

I was kinda called to answer a question in fb few days back with regards to the importance of having Sultan & King in Malaysia. The question is a bit provocative, less aggressive in a sense but since it was posted as a wall in fb, which requires argument, I replied. Kesetiaan kepada Raja dan Negara is one of Rukun Negara or National Decree which was created by MAGERAN right after the 13th May tragedy. It shaped the ideology of being loyal to the Sultan; a leader who is believed will lead to peace and harmony to the country. Rukun Negara was taught from the very beginning, as far as I remember, since my early kindergarten days. So when my fb friend claimed that he was never been taught of all these, well I guess macam crite Seniman Bujang Lapok, his teacher died after only teaches the words alif, be, te and se

I reminded my fb friend of the book that we’ve read in the State “Government by the People – basic version”, might be irrelevant in the context of Malaysian political climate, simply because the foundation in establishing this country is so much different from the US. I jokingly added that our English teacher Dr Alice Frantz not even knows what Rukun Negara is all about. This also reminded me of the benchmarking exercise that we’ve conducted during the Transformation Studies back in 2009. A Professor in Stanford once says, ideally lots of institutions wish to be like Stanford due to its standard not only in teaching and learning, but also their achievements in research and commercialization. But Stanford took more than 100 years to reach the place that they are enjoying now. It was not a sudden, magical flip - over the night development and attainment. There were steps need to be taken, hill need to be climbed before one could reach the top. The Professor added, in stepping, climbing or even running, institution must ensure people are moving together, simply because all initiative are based on teamwork and solidarity. We understand from the benchmarking exercise that the methodology in doing things right is more importance than just follow what you see or what you hear.

The post did not stop there. Another friend of friend cynically added up saying the Sultan and King is required because they need to utilize people tax money. Well, I know one place in Congo that does not need Sultan and their people need not paying any tax. The shaman, who led the tribe, only wears selampit or cawat besi. Thus, no money required except for daun-daun kering and besi2 buruk. Ha ha ha… And I happen to have their contact no. should somebody need to migrate to that ‘no tax paying’ country.

In view of the above, I would also like to quote two hadiths via an article written by Tuan Guru Haji Hadi in Haraqah issue May 2011: -

Allah berfirman yang antara lain bermaksud “Kerana tanggungan engkau (Muhammad SAW) hanyalah menyampaikan hokum-hukum yang Kami turunkan kepadamu; dan urusan Kami menghitungkan dan membalaskan amal mereka” (Surah al-Ra’d: 40);

Dan seterusnya Allah berfirman dengan maksud “Janganlah engkau (Muhammad SAW) mencerca benda-benda yang mereka sembah selain Allah, kerana mereka kelak akan mencerca Allah secara melampaui batas dengan ketiadaan ilmu pengetahuan” (Surah Al-An’am: 108)

P/s – Kesopanan & Kesusilaan should also be instilled especially when expressing your message to others. People say illness came from whatever you put in your mouth, but stupidity always comes from mouth that does not have any insurance ;-) ….
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