12/15/2011 11:36:00 AM
I woke up this morning and found that a video on YouTube is going viral on facebook. Immediately as usual I have an urge that I need to watch this viral thingy. However, as I normally attend my sims social first, i let the video get the 100% buffer
which only took 5 sec and finishing the tasks on the sims social. At the same time I let the video play by itself and with all the lagging due to flash player and my computer RAM, i still can hear that the people within the video was talking about hudud and I immediately know that this is some video that was made by pemuda to explain misconception about hudud among muslim and non muslim alike.
Still, the conventional law will always be there as it is part of taazir in Islam. so, why even afraid of hudud if u think you will not even do the crime in the first place and the conventional law is there anyway.
The next argument is the very basic of islamic fundemental. To accept everything that come with a "package" of Islam once you say the shahadah with a full understanding of it. People know that Islam is a way of life and not just another religion. Many people say shahadah but very few really understand the obligation obligation after that. That is why probably many still do not practice even the basic of Islam. Praying 5 times a day, fasting 30 days during the month of Ramadhan, pay the zakat and go to hajj.
Last but not least, this video is only available in Malay language with no subs but I hope the director or the video editor would put in English and possibly mandarin and tamil subs later on. This issue isn't a local Malaysian issue but one of the foundation in Islam as well and possibly an "alternative" to the conventional law being used nowadays to curb socials problems.
Finally, enjoy the video itself. I will update later if they put the subtitle for this video. :)
2. Bear in mind that it is your choice and if you leave this part of your faith, you will be accounted responsible in the hereafter. Same as prayer, fasting and so on.
12/11/2011 12:01:00 AM
Honestly I was quite scared since it was very close to major artery (the carotid artery) of that 7 months old baby. Once the abscess started to drain, the rest was just simple squeezes to force the abscess out. Quite a lot of it came out. No wonder the lump was a size of a golf ball! Within 15 minutes, the procedure completed as no stitch required since it was small and a drainage tube was inserted into the lump so that the remaining abscess could drain later. We thanked the nurses and the anaesthetist and the surgeon then congratulated me and said 'you can now tell your friends that you performed a surgery'. I'm not sure if they will ever believe it', he added. ^__^
10/29/2011 05:40:00 PM
1. I am glad that I met more people this year including some of my malaysian friends whom i was never close to them before. At least i know that a few of them are sort of from Kedah. :)
2. One of them once questioned me about hating the rain. She said "macam mana ni, tak lama lagi nak jadi suami orang dah. Hujan sikit pun takut!" I replied just by smiling. She definitely have no clue about me if she really mean it.
3. The progress is superbly slow now.
9/26/2011 10:27:00 PM
By: Muaz Nabil
|thanks Afni ^__^|
To all my friends that helped to cheer me up with those cakes, lunch and dinner and well wishes, thanks very much. Your efforts were priceless. It is surely one of the best I ever had for the past few years.
|At connoly hospital. Got no clue on how to rotate the pic. Sorry|
I feels like I need to know more than the time I actually have to read everything. May Allah ease the efforts Insyaallah.
Till we meet again. I dont think i can write as frequent as i can but if anything important or i feel like rant, i'll definitely will post it here.
8/27/2011 07:34:00 AM
By: Muaz Nabil
Sorry for the delay. I should have uploaded this weeks ago if im not mistaken but as usual, no mood to write and quite 'busy' with my own activities. Now am back in Dublin. So, before things get busier, I'd decided to finish this entry which had been on the 'draft' since last month!
I went to hostel, check-in, got to my new room, put all my stuff inside the locker and only brought with me my usual travel accessories. Water bottle, camera, a map, a pen and obviously my phone, passport and wallet.
|Wall of Montjuic Castle|
|View of Barcelona City from the castle|
|@ Barcelona 92' Olympic stadium|
|The Catalonia National Art Museum|
|walking inside the Parc Guell|
|Barcelona city on the background|
|Entrance to Parc Guell. All credit goes to Mong|
|Happy face. Credit to Tammy|
|7 of us. Nikola, Muaz, Fred, Mickael, Nicole, Mong, Tammy|
7/24/2011 07:08:00 AM
1. Last day of barcelona will be up within a few
7/09/2011 11:51:00 AM
|Picasso was accepted at a very young age here in this building. Some kind of arts university|
|Adam with the background of old Roman's wall|
|Lunch with Mong|
I slept soundly after performing the subuh (morning) prayer before begin the journey on my last day at Barcelona as a lone ranger . ^__^
7/01/2011 03:47:00 PM
Wisdom: Saying/doing the right word/thing at the right moment at the right place
Agree? Although it could be something unpleasant or hurtful, sometimes it just need to be done/said.
In seerah (history), a man once came to see prophet Muhammad SAW. He confessed that he drank alcohol, involved in gambling and so on. He wanted the prophet to advised him. So the prophet told him, 'Don't lie'.
Short and simple.
The following is probably a longer version of the same story. See how a short message could lead to a very deep meaning if it was conveyed at the right moment in a right way.
TELLING THE TRUTH : Telling the truth is a very good habit. If you always speak the truth, you can save yourself from a lot of trouble! Here is a story of a man who did a lot of bad things, but his promise to tell the truth saved him.
Once a man came to the prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.) and said, "Oh prophet of Allah, I have many bad habits. Which one of them should I give up first?" The prophet said, "Give up telling lies first and always speak the truth." The man
promised to do so and went home. At night the man was about to go out to steal. Before setting out, he thought
for a moment about the promise he made with the prophet. "If tomorrow the prophet asks me where have I been, what shall I say? Shall I say that I went out stealing? No, I cannot say that. But nor can I lie. If I tell the truth,
everyone will start hating me and call me a thief. I would be punished for stealing."
So the man decided not to steal that night, and gave up this bad habit. Next day, he felt like drinking wine, when he was about to do so, he said to himself, "What shall I say to the prophet if he asks me what did I do during the
day? I cannot tell a lie, and if I speak the truth people will hate me, because a Muslim is not allowed to drink wine." And so he gave up the idea of drinking wine.
In this way, whenever the man thought of doing something bad, he remembered his promise to tell the truth at all times. One by one, he gave up all his bad habits and became a good Muslim and a very good person. If you always speak the truth, you can be a good person, a good Muslim whom Allah likes and favors. If Allah - our Creator - is pleased with us, He will reward us with HEAVEN, which is a place of happiness and joy.
Make a promise: I shall always speak the truth.
I believe it is essential to advise people in a way that is best for them. Yes, it is hard to tell which one is the best for them but sometimes, just do it is also probably the best. The most important is not to humiliate them in front of others. Do it in away that preserve their dignity although whatever they did might be very unpleasant for us that we feel the urge to yell 'STOP' at them immediately!
Okay, that's all for now. I need to continue reading as exam is only 4 days away. Pray for my success lads.
May Allah bless all of you on this very special day, the Friday.
I'm actually reading this one novel called 'One day'. Never thought that i would love an English novel in my life other that the Harry Potter Series. This one just captured my attention. Maybe because of the genre (romantic) or the urge to finish it before the movie adapted from this international bestselling novel came out this early August! Ho yeah!
6/29/2011 02:49:00 PM
Alhamdulillah, i was granted some times to visit this great city of Catalan, Barcelona. A city with a long......history, including during the occupation of the Morrs in Spain and the crusaders. I'm not interested to talk about the history but rather my own personal experience in this great city with great peoples that I met during my 3 days and 3 nights trip to this city. Very few of them are younger than me which make it wonderful as they come here just to chill and enjoy the city rather than trying to visit every little possible places that they can think of. Plus, some of them had traveled a lot including Malaysia which make it easier to choose the topic of conversation.
Anyhow, she is also very understanding as well when i asked her about praying inside the hostel. Seems like she is pretty familiar with Islam when she offered me some small spaces that i could use for praying. Very nice of her indeed. The hostel is very nice i have to say. Although u'll share a room with 7 or 10 more people, you don't need to worry about the security because everyone has electronic locker which is quite big that it can fit your 80 liters travelling bag inside. No curfew plus only electronic cardholder can get access into the hostel. The only downside is that if you live in room 001, you'll have to share the in-suite bathroom with you roomies of both sexes and i find it rather unpleasant. Need not to worry, if you live on other room, the bathroom is separated by gender only that it was outside your room. After finished praying jama' taakhir of zohor and asar, i decided to stroll around the neighboring area as planned.
|A big Cat Statue at Rambla del Raval|
A: Hostel Be Sound
Tariq bin Ziyad Mosque: Carrer de Sant Rafael
Be Hostel Marr: Carrer de Sant Pau
1. Akal is one of the guy from India that i met, he might not read this but i think it will be very funny if he sees this. Unfortunately, i don't have everyone email to add them on FB. These law students somehow left their Sikh at home and enjoy Barcelona to the fullest!
2. I'll continue on a day to day basis of my 3 days trip at Barcelona.
6/27/2011 07:19:00 PM
Banding harga gula. Malaysia dan Ireland.
Selepas ditukar kepada ringgit
Msia: ~250 sen/kg
Ireland: ~500 sen/kg
Pendapatan bersih doktor (sambil membayangkan kesusahan pakcik penoreh getah/penyapu sampah beranak 5 di Malaysia) Sapu sampah di sini pun boleh dapat paling2 dalam 700/800 euro sebulan.
Msia: ~4000 sebulan
Ireland: ~8000 sebulan (2000 euro)
Dengan mengurangkan subsudi gula (peningkatan harga 20 sen) kerajaan dapat berjimat sebanyak 117 juta setahun.
Dengan melaksanakan projek email untuk semua rakyat diatas umur tah berapa tahun, kerajaan dah membazir 50 juta. Dengan lawatan 60 orang wakil untuk persidangan wanita tah apabenda kat mana tah, pembinaan bangunan 100 tingkat dan lain-lain sila kira pembaziran yang berlaku.
lama dah menulis yg ni tapi tersangkut dekat draft. lupa dah apa nak dimasukkan lagi.
Perhimpunan BERSIH 2.0 tak lama lagi. Jom pakat ramai-ramai turun KL sertai perhimpunan tu.
Kalau sebelum merdeka, orang ramai berkumpul jugak dan berarak untuk menentang kezaliman, tapi sekarang rupanya tak boleh pulak. Tambah menyedihkan, ramai pulak yang buta perut hanya memikirkan periuk nasik masing-masing. Tak pandang masa hadapan dah, dia kira kalau ada perhimpunan tu, kedai tutup, tak dapat buat duit, rugi. Ish ish...sedih dengan orang macam ni.
Kalau rasa aku tipu, baca balik buku teks sejarah sekolah menengah! Pastu, boleh jugak kot baca satu buku ni yang macam menarik, The Other Malaysia.
Aku harap sangat dapat join BERSIH, namun apakan daya, daku masih berada di bumi asing ini. Semoga Allah memenangkan pihak yang benar!
5/26/2011 01:08:00 PM
No wonder they (seniors) said that its the hardest of all year although final year bear the most important result of all.
Pray for our success and hopefully one day we all can go back n serve the nation.
Not to forget, congratulations to all final year seniors from RCSI, UCD, TCD and Galway who already finished with their undergrads study. Congrats Doctors!
Islam is a religion of peace and those shitheads act as if they are thw protector. From my point of view, they are not better than the Zionist. Suppressing and manipulating others using the name of race!
|Malaysian style seafood noodles is very nice here. This picture has nothing to do with the post above.|
4/25/2011 12:25:00 PM
Any of u even seen this video before?. I know its lame. Just a video. Really? or could it be more?
Have you watch it? What do u think? Cute isn't it?
Obviously inappropriate symbolism i got here. LOL.
Click here you'll be touch after you finish reading it. I hope so. ^___^
P/s: my obs n gynae rotation almost comes to an end meaning that final exam is only 2 weeks away. Pray for me lads. Wassalam
4/13/2011 10:06:00 PM
Keep complaining would not make the situation any better unless you really go and see prof!
4. Today i took a history from a nurse and a doctor. Both are inpatient because of their blood sugar level was elevated. One is a type 1 DM patient while another is being investigated for a possibility of gestational induce diabetes. "Being a patient was absolutely a different experience from treating one. you will only know if you have gone through it on your own" more or less what they said to me.
3/28/2011 06:40:00 PM
Satu minggu nanti akan ada labour ward untuk belajar dan menyaksikan sendiri kesusahan wanita melahirkan bayi. Lepas tu, satu minggu nanti aku akan ke Kilkenny, bagi peripheral rotation. Lain-lain masa, kami semua diharapkan agar menjadi seperti intern untuk membantu dan belajar sendiri (first hand) dari team-team di hospital dan juga dari nota-nota. oh, nanti ada juga surgery dan kena revise balik anatomy. [-.-']
|The books that i will probably never finish reading them|
3/27/2011 09:15:00 PM
3/17/2011 09:26:00 AM