We are Muslim

We are Muslim
Either we are born a Muslim
Or we chose to become Muslim
We are chosen to be
The follower of truth
The follower of Deen
The follower of Rasulullah

We are Muslim
Nothing proud should be seen in other religion
Happiness is not only about materials
Many celebrities killed themselves even they were rich
Happiness is not only about freedom
Many people felt trapped even though they are free
Muslim is about faith
In Allah, Rasulullah,  Al Quran, Hadith dan syariah teaching
Be proud of what we are
Not being proud of others faith of lifestyle

We are Muslim
May we be blessed everyday by Allah swt
The One and Only God
Now and hereafter

Don't Give Up

What you cannot achieve now, put a target to get it later

Many people think that whenever they fail at something NOW they are doomed to fail forever


That is a totally wrong way of thinking

What we cannot achieve now, maybe it will be within our grasp later

Sultan Muhammad al-Fateh had a dream since he was a little boy, to conquer Costantinople and free its people from the Jahiliyyah

When did he achieve his dream?

20 years later.. when he was a young Sultan

So don't give up.. never give up

What cannot kill us should make us stronger

Teh Tarik Teh Ais

Malaysia is a unique and special country, and this can be seen in many aspects such as the peoples' hospitality, the weather, the nature, the food and drinks and many more.

Today I will talk about one of Malaysian favourite drinks, loves by Malaysian from all generations and ethnics, that is Tea or simply 'teh'.

Unlike the British people, majority of Malaysian love to drinks tea in two types, Teh Tarik (Hot tea with milk) or Teh Ais (Ice Milk tea).

In whichever situation or time, morning, afternoon, evening or supper, teh tarik or teh ais will be the ultimate choice. In any situation, bussiness discussion, loitering or lepak with friends, these two tea will be drank by Malaysian from all sorts of life.

If you happen to travel to Malaysia ( wether for long term or just short stopping trip) don't forget to taste this two tea made famous in Malaysia.

Who does not love them?


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“What did Muslims actually do in mosque during prayer times? Did they sing? Did they hold a choir memorial? Did they read books or oath loudly? Did they knee to a statue as their God?” These are question asked by Michael Smith, an architect from United Kingdom when he suddenly come across Muslims going to pray in a mosque during evening (Asr prayer) and that mosque happen to be opposite of his newly opened office in the middle of the town. The truth is Michael always believe the media, he believe that these Muslims are training to become a terrorists in mosque, and the prayer time and prayer calls (athan) are training siren.

“Well Michael, you know as they say, seeing believes. I will take you to the mosque” replied Mehmet, a Britton of Turkish origin who is a Muslim himself, who happens to be his co-partner at the office.
“Actually I want to ask these questions long time ago since my studies day but there’s no one for me to ask for, and since I knew you are a Muslim also I hope you can brief me about this” said Michael unsatisfied with Mehmet answer.

Realising Michael really seeks the answer, Mehmet replied: “Well mate, like I said, seeingbelieves. I don’t want to answer to you; I want to take you to the mosque to see it and experience it for yourself. Let’s go!!” Then Mehmet take Michael to the mosque opposite their office. There for the first time Michael see, watch and even try to learn the movement of Muslim prayer. He saw Muslims from all sorts of background, rich, poor, tall, short, fat, skinny, white skin or black skin, Asian, European, African, all line up together, doing prayer together. That action fell to his heart. And from that day although not a Muslim, Michael learns to respect and appreciate Muslims prayer
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The main point here is non-Muslims they want to know what Muslims are doing during our congregation, praying time. Muslims should invite non-Muslims friend to come to the mosque and watch how the Muslims pray. It is not a sin inviting non-Muslims to church, and it had been practiced by Rasulullah SAW before. We should promote Islam by showing to our non-Muslims friend the true reality of our religion, not just by hiding or scared to tell them.

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