Friday, October 31, 2008


Peace is a flower,
Peace is a bird.
Peace is the sun,
Peace is the moon.
Peace is you,
Peace is me.
Peace is what we want!

Peace ForeVer.


another 5 years?..hmm..

Friday, October 10, 2008


Ramai yg tahu air itu lembut & tak dapat dipotong mahu pun di putuskan,Ramai yg tahu batu itu keras & payah untuk di hancurkan......Dan ramai yg tak sedar bahawa air itu mampu menghakis batu...setitik air jatuh ke atas batu sehari selama seribu tahun mampu menghasilkan kawah yang mampu menakung berjuta gelen air..Think about mempunyai isi tersurat...

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

SaLam Aidilfitri

Seminggu lagi seluruh umat Islam akan menyambut hari penuh gemilang setelah sebulan mengharungi pelbagai dugaan sepanjang Ramadhan. 1 Syawal bakal mendekatkan yang jauh, merapatkan yang dekat, mengeratkan yang terpisah,menceriakan yang sedih dan mungkin memisahkan yang terpaut.

Moga aku sempat bertemu Ramadhan akan datang dengan lebih bersedia.


SeLaMaT HaRi RaYa AidiLfitRi

MaAf zaHiR BaTiN

the end


Friday, September 12, 2008

HapPy RaMaDhAn

Maybe it's too late for me to wish you guys out there but still i want to do it properly here ..

HAPPY RAMADHAN and may Allah S.W.T bless you...

sincerely from,



Friday, August 29, 2008

tHe RaINfOrESt With Love

The indigenous people at National Park locally known as "The Batik People".The Batik People are by nature, nomadic and would move whenever it suited them.

Taman Negara Kuala Tahan. Jerantut.

Lot's of emotions here.

Tenang. Tiada hipokrasi.Tiada benci. ..Tiada melanggar resam duniawi dan ilahi.

Have a great day people. Much love from the Nature.

Don't Question

The reason why I named it as it is today as `Don’t Question!` actually reflects my perception towards this issues which have been clearly stated in the Federal Constitution under Article 160, Article 153 and Article 3.Tun Dr Mahathir has said “Don’t question Malay rights!”. On the 15th of June, he has told non-Malays that they should stop questioning the special rights of the Malays and count themselves privileged, having been given citizenship and other rights in this country.Article 160 of Federal Constitution defined a Malay as a Malaysian citizen born to a Malaysian citizen who professes to be a Muslim, habitually speaks the Malay language, adheres to Malay customs, and is domiciled in Malaysia or Singapore. As a result, Malay citizens who convert out of Islam are no longer considered Malay under the law.He urged them to understand history and realize that an agreement was reached before independence in 1957 when the Malays were willing to accept other races as people who could "share the wealth of this land". As had been drawn by the history, with the agreement of all parties, immigrants were accepted as citizens of Tanah Melayu, and they, in that time, had accepted the reality that Malays had special rights as indigenous people of this land.The first Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra in 1957 had willingly given one million citizenships to Chinese and Indians who originally was brought into Tanah Melayu as laborers in rubber estate and tin mines. Which country in the world has given immigrants equal rights? Now in the present time, these two races have begun to question the right of Malays in Malaysia. Who gave them that right? Personally, they are ungrateful. If the Malays were willing to accept the immigrants, then we should not be question on our rights. The reason why I say that these two races are ungrateful is because both India and China have mass population growth, which until now, leads to poverty and suffering. Take a look at Malaysia. In cant be denied that Malaysia too have its own issues to be dealt with. The very well known “Peristiwa Berdarah” of May 13 1969 subsequently led to the imposition of a prohibition on the questioning of a number of Constitutional provisions including Article 153. So now why question it, again??Every time Malays discuss matters related to their own race, they were accused of being racist or chauvinistic. There appears to be an attempt to stop Malays from speaking about our rights. If we speak about our rights, we are called racists. If they speak about their rights, then it's alright. Malays are the aborigine of Tanah Melayu, so of course we are granted with special privileges as what had been stated in Article 153. Rationally, would it be logic if we Malays go to either China or India, flood it with our community and then later claim equal rights with them? No! As our compensation of sharing ‘Tanah Melayu’ with those who are not Malays, it is not arguable that Malays get their special privileges.Secondly, concerning the matter above, the religion of the federation should also not be question. It has been stated in Article 3(1) that Islam is the official religion of Malaysia. In Article 3(1), of the Federal Constitution states that 'Islam is the religion of the Federation; but other religions may be practiced in peace and harmony in any part of the Federation'. Hindus and Buddhist are free to practice their religion, no doubt about that, but now? They seek for equal rights, wanting temple and monks to be build as much as mosques. If that were to be done, how is it possible to distinguished Islam as the religion of the federation? MCA claims that it is true that Islam is the official religion of Malaysia, but that does not make Malaysia an Islamic state, arguing that if Malaysia is an Islamic state, why aren’t we practicing Syariah instead of civil law? The reason for this is simple; it is because we are a multi nation country. We practice civil law instead of Syariah law to be just to the non Muslims. Provided that a Muslim committed a wrong before the Syariah Law, he would be punished based on Syariah Law. Truth to be said, Malaysia does practice Islamic teachings in this country. For example, the system of Islamic banking does or does it not benefit everyone? A system with no extra and hidden charges, proved not only has been helping Muslims but also non-Muslims.Furthermore, for many years, Malaysia has been labeled as one of most influential Islamic country in this world. Plus, as one of the member of OIC, how can you not say that Malaysia is an Islamic country when it is internationally acknowledged by the world? Don’t question something that you don’t have any rights off. It would just lead to another unwanted riot.Allow me to conclude that, I hope all Malaysian, regardless of your race and religion to stop playing these issues in our ears. Stop throwing petrol in a fire. Why choose to live in a havoc and chaotic life when we can enjoy tranquility and harmonies. The pillars of Rukun Negara, `Keluhuran Perlembagaan, Kedaulatan Undang-Undang, Kesopanan dan Kesusilaan` are established to attain unification among our multi racial ethnicity, in order to prevent these questionnaires from arising. Rather than torning it apart, why don’t we speak in one voice to improve and uphold the country! Peace is not impossible to attain. It depends on how we think. Youth,the future is yours.