Friday, March 4, 2011

PONGGONG Kuali

"Cepat la bro..masid jamek depan tu je"
"OK, Ok, I tau, dah masuk waktu subuh dah ni"
KAH KAH KAH!

Ini artis-artis.. ahli seni. Bukan ahli neraka.
KAH KAH KAH! KAH KAH KAH!

Ini serupa kes kuali Cik Gayah kata ponggong kuali Cik Jenab hitam..

marah la kuali Cik Jenab, "eleh... ponggong you pun hitam legam jugak"

Tapi dua2 kuali ni tak tau ponggong Saiful BauKari lagi hitam..

Sebab dia pasif, tunggeng kehulu tunggeng ke hilir..

Separuh team bola sudah tarah! KAH KAH KAH! KAH KAH KAH!



Tak takut azab neraka? tanya Azwan kepada Ummi Hafilda
Dalam SMSya kepada KeadilanDaily.com, Azwan mengingatkan kakaknya bahawa seksaan dari Allah menanti kepada mereka yang melakukan fitnah. “Tak takut azab neraka ker?” kata Azwan.
KUALA LUMPUR: Ummi Hafilda Ali diingatkan supaya berhenti memfitnah orang lain sebaliknya berusaha membersihkan dosa yang dilakukan terutama terhadap keluarga sendiri. Peringatan tersebut dibuat oleh adiknya sendiri, Azwan Ali.

Sejak akhir-akhir ini Ummi yang merupakan salah seorang watak utama dalam konspirasi pertama tahun 1998 muncul dan menjaja cerita kononnya beliau tahu keburukan abangnya Azmin Ali yang juga Timbalan Presiden KEADILAN.

Beliau juga sering mencaci peribadi Ketua Umum KEADILAN, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.
Sikap Ummi semakin menjadi-jadi apabila ada pilihan raya kecil. Terbaru, ketika berucap di pentas BN dalam pilihan raya Merlimau, beliau memberi amaran kepada pengundi-pengundi kononnya Anwar merupakan seorang individu yang sangat merbahaya kepada agama dan juga negara. Click HERE for more


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Shia-Sunni Split As One Western Women Sees It

This is just another book on our rich Islamic histor written by a westerner of whom during my school going days will easily be labelled to as just another 'orientalist' or those who study Islam with the intention to lead us the muslims astray.

I didnt buy the book and I dont have the intention to get one, but reading the review by Eric Ormsby on it is suffice. / WSJ.

My conclusion is that this Hazleton woman just want to sell her books.


~ libanglibu


AFTER THE PROPHET: The Epic Story of the Shia-Sunni Split
by Lesley Hazleton

Lesley Hazleton

Review by Eric Ormsby / WSJ

When the Prophet ­Muhammad died ­unexpectedly after a brief illness in ­Medina, in present-day Saudi Arabia, on June 8, 632, his followers were stunned. A contemporary called it "the greatest of calamities."

Their grief was not only for the loss of an irreplaceable leader. ­Muhammad was "the seal of the prophets," the last in a line that stretched back to Adam. He had ­received revelations as "God's emissary" for some 20 years—revelations that he had communicated to the ­embattled community of his followers, first in Mecca and then, after the hijra, or emigration, in 622, in Medina—but now they came to an end. It was as though God, who revealed Himself through the Prophet, had suddenly fallen silent.

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