Tuesday, October 21, 2008


Do you ever heard about the way how to get the money only in 10 minutes???

Huh,it was extremely hard to believe the thing dat we can't see. That was the story in that article which is talk about the way to get the money by internet.But,to get know on how they do it,we've to buy the book first.Haha,that's we call money...by selling books. The world is for the thinker.So,work by urself.


First built by Abdul Malik ibn Marwan (646-705), fifth caliph of the Arab Umayyad dynasty, and finished by his son in 705 AD. Muslims believe that prophet Muhammad was transported from the Sacred Mosque in Mecca to the al-Aqsa Mosque during the Night Journey. Islamic traditions said that prophet Muhammad led prayers there before ascending to heaven to meet the Almighty,Allah S.W.T. This is the truth!

The siqnificant in this sharing is I want let all of you to get know the truth story about masjidil Al-Aqsa because the jews had different claim over the issues. Some people or muslim assume that the Al-Sakhrah mosque is the Masjidil Al-Aqsa,this is not true. It was the propaganda to confuse the muslim and others. Honestly speaking, I hope that there's no more opposite story about this mosque or any mosque in this world.


Can we trace calls made by Nurin’s killer?

I AM writing this regarding the murder of Nurin Jazimin.

When viewing the CCTV footage of the suspect, I noticed that he was using his mobile phone during the first minute of the video.

Is it possible that the date and time of the video could be used to track the suspect’s hand-phone number by checking the log files of all mobile telco substations serving that area?

If a record of all mobile phone connections done in that area at that particular time can be obtained, then I believe it is possible to trace the suspect’s number and also all records of phone calls made by the suspect.

This may help the police in opening up leads and shed some light to this unsolved case.

Thank You.


Do you like to drink coffee? Some say that it is a bad habit since it contains caffeine.But here is a different opinion.

WOMEN who drink a lot of coffee may have less risk of developing cancer of the uterus, a Japanese study said today.

The study led by Japan's health ministry monitored some 54,000 women aged 40 to 69 over about 15 years, during which time 117 women developed cancer in the womb, according to the medical team.

The researchers at Japan's National Cancer Center divided the women into four groups by the amount of coffee they drank.

They found the group of women who drank more than three cups of coffee every day were more than 60 per cent less likely to develop uterine cancer than those who had coffee fewer than two times a week, the study said.

"Coffee may have effects in lowering insulin levels, possibly curbing the risks of developing womb cancer," the study said.

The medical team also studied the effects of drinking green tea, but did not find any link to uterine cancer.

According to the US Centres for Disease Control, uterine cancer is the fourth most common cancer in women.

Article taken from http://www.news.com.au/story/0,23599,24274470-36398,00.html


I've read an article from Berita Harian online..

It says that there are five ways how we can maintain ourselves to be in good way of life as a muslim..

First,we should always maintain our determination and do more 'ibadat' to get Allah's bless..Second,we should be sincere in doing 'ibadat' because of Allah..Third,always prevent ourselves from sins..Fourth,always apologize for mistakes that we've done whether we realized or not..And last but not least we as a muslim should always pray for Allah's bless in this world and hereafter..

It is all depends on us..
Let's motivate ourselves to be better than yesterday..


I am always scared of exams, and I still not started do the revision yet.I always feel that in exams there is always not enough time. That actually sends me panicked. Also, I always feel that I am not answering the question the way the examiner wants it answered. Despite this I still I have some tips which I think are useful.

1. Start studying early.
2. Use your class notes and textbooks
3. Make a timetable for the period you are studying
4. Work together. For example, form a small group
5. Review all the materials at least once after your main study session
6. Think up a few questions you might be asked on you exam, and try answering them
7. Keep cool and calculated

I hate exams, but I have realised that you cannot run away from them as there is always another one waiting around the corner.

Examinations are not really something to fear because, usually, if you attend to revising your subject you should not have to much of a problem when you get into the exam.

Examinations are stressful to some people while others like them as they consider them a challenge. Exams were the norm throughout school,college and university life and this may be why I have no problems with them. Other people may find they are more relaxed about exams when they get used to them.

SCHOOL DISCIPLINE: Why parents must back teachers

I have noticed how parents become so over-protective of their children and often are quick to blame the overall system if their children do not do well in their studies, or, worse, they take the teachers to court when their children are "punished" in school for their wrongdoings.

Teachers these days are scared of the students. What has happened to them as a parents? How can they be so gullible as to think their children could never tell a lie just to escape the punishment they deserved?

Of course, it is right that they should be a caring society. At the same time, they must be practical and use their common sense on the issue of discipline in school. The need for this must be accepted by all parents who want to see their children grow up to become decent and responsible citizens. There's no two ways about it.
Without a proper disciplinary system enforced in every school in Malaysia, we can be assured of a chaotic school environment such as that we already seen in some countries like the United States.