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Monday, July 28, 2014

Majlis Kenduri Kahwin Bantu Anak Muda


Yayasan Amal Malaysia Cawangan Negeri Sembilan bersama beberapa persatuan lain sedang merancang untuk menganjurkan Majlis Kenduri Kahwin Bantu Anak Muda (MKKBAM) bertujuan untuk meringankan kos perkahwinan pasangan anak muda yang ingin melangsungkan perkahwinan buat kali pertama.

Dengan kos hanya RM500 yang dikeluarkan oleh pasangan anak muda yang ingin berkahwin tersebut pihak penganjur akan mengaturkan majlis kenduri kahwin secara sederhana mengikut sambutan pihak lain yang ingin membantu dan ingin menaja. Dengan ini pasangan anak muda tersebut dapat menyimpan wang majlis kenduri kahwin untuk membeli keperluan asas lain dan sebagai simpanan untuk membeli rumah pertama mereka atau pelajaran anak-anak mereka.

Matlamat MKKBAM ini ialah untuk memberi mesej kepada masyarakat umum bahawa betapa kritikalnya gejala sosial pada ketika ini, justeru itu perlulah disampaikan mesej kepada masyarakat untuk meringankan beban persiapan pasangan anak muda yang ingin berkahwin.

Penganjuran pertama kami ialah di sekitar Rembau pada hujung tahun 2014 ini. Justeru itu kami amat mengalu-alukan mana-mana pihak serta individu yang ingin menaja program ini samada dalam bentung wang ringgit, khemah, persalinan pengantin, kompang, PA sistem, dewan, makanan, minuman, saguhati dan sebagainya sila hubungi Hj Rozmal bin Malakan , Timbalan Pengerusi Yayasan Amal Malaysia Cawangan N.Sembilan di Tel/SMS/Whatsapp ; 012-2267406 , rozmal@yahoo.com

Laman web Yayasan Amal Malaysia Cawangan N.Sembilan : http://yam-ns.blogspot.com

[VIDEO] Cabaran Getir Yang Dilalui Oleh 3 Orang Saudara Baru Islam


Dibuang keluarga kerana peluk Islam 

SERDANG - Hati siapa yang tidak kecewa apabila kehendak diri mendapat tentangan hebat oleh keluarga, hati siapa yang tidak ralat apabila keputusan yang dibuat menyebabkan diri dibuang keluarga. 

Demikianlah perasaan yang dialami oleh sesetengah golongan saudara baharu yang ditinggal, dibuang dan diabaikan keluarga kandung apabila buat keputusan untuk memeluk Islam. 

Seorang aktivis dan ahli kumpulan nasyid Safiya, Nuraian T Abdullah yang telah 15 tahun menjadikan Islam sebagai agamanya, terpaksa menempuh kenyataan dibuang keluarga kandung sebaik dia memaklumkan telah memeluk Islam.

Bagi wanita yang berasal dari Sabah ini, bukan mudah untuk berhadapan dengan dugaan sebegitu hebat, apatah lagi dengan diri masih baru dalam mengenal Islam.

“Pada mulanya memang ia agak sukar dan sangat mencabar bagi saya, saya dibuang keluarga dan dihalau dari rumah. Kemudian saya berpindah ke Kuala Lumpur, cuba belajar hidup sendiri dan berdikari,” katanya kepada Sinar Harian Online.

Gentar dengan kehidupan baharunya, Nurain yang juga merupakan bekas penyanyi kelab malam berkata, dia merupakan insan yang cukup bertuah kerana ALLAH membantu mempertemukan dirinya dengan rakan-rakan yang mampu memberikan bimbingan agama dan akidah yang lebih mendalam.

“Alhamdulillah saya ditemukan dengan kawan-kawan yang baik, mereka bawa saya pergi belajar dan mendalami ilmu agama sedikit demi sedikit. Dari situlah bermulanya dakwah saya sebagai seorang umat Islam kepada keluarga saya.

“Cabaran yang paling perit bagi saya ialah raasa kehilangan yang terpaksa dipendam, pada waktu itu saya berasa terpinggir. Tiada siapa yang tampil untuk membantu dan menyokong saya, namun saya telah menemui seorang rakan yang telah membantu saya sehingga kini,” katanya lagi.

Walau terpaksa hidup keseorangan, Nurain menguatkan azam untuk mendekatkan diri kepada keluarga sehari demi sehari selama 10 tahun lamanya.

Walaupun saban hari menempuh kegagalan, keluarga Nurain akhirnya menerima wanita itu semula ke pangkuan keluarganya.

Bahkan dengan sedikit ilmu agama yang dipelajari, Nurain cuba membimbing keluarganya ke jalan Islam dan sehingga kini, Nurain telah berjaya menarik 10 ahli keluarga untuk memeluk Islam.

Berbeza dengan situasi yang menghimpit seorang saudara baru Islam,Yelizaveta yang kini telah memeluk Islam genap dua tahun menjelang Oktober ini.

Dikenali dengan nama Islamnya, Nawar, gadis yang berasal dari Kazakhstan itu memilih Islam sebagai jalan hidupnya kerana baginya, kehidupan sebagai seorang muslimah lebih menenangkan.

Menurut Nawar, pertengkaran mengenai akidah Islam yang diamalkan membuatkan ibunya semakin kecewa terhadapnya.

Pernah terjadi, ibunya bertindak diluar jangkaan dengan memaksanya untuk menanggalkan hijab hanya kerana berang dek ketegasan Nawar yang tidak mahu meninggalkan Islam.

Wanita berusia 27 tahun memilih untuk berhijrah dan tinggal di Malaysia selepas dihalau oleh ibunya yang tidak dapat menerima pengIslamannya.

Nawar yang kini bekerja sebagai seorang jurubahasa di perkhidmatan pelanggan di sebuah syarikat di Kuala Lumpur.

Walau terbiar jauh dan hidup tanpa keluarga di perantauan, dia mengakui selesa dan menemui kebebasan untuk menjalani hidup sebagai seorang Muslim di negara ini.

“Saya menghadapi kesukaran untuk menjalani kehidupan sebagai seorang muslimah di negara saya, ada sesetengah syarikat tidak menerima pekerja yang memakai hijab. Kami sukar untuk bekerja di syarikat swasta, hanya mampu buka perniagaan kecil-kecilan untuk menyara kehidupan. Malah ada sesetengah syarikat tidak mempunyai surau untuk mengerjakan ibadah,” katanya.

Berbeza pula dengan Malaysia, kemudahan untuk menunaikan solat dan ibadah ada di mana-mana.

“Keluarga saya tidak menganut mana-mana agama, sebab itulah emak tidak dapat menerima kenyataan pengislaman saya. Dia menangis dan bersedih sebaik sahaja dia mendapat tahu saya memeluk Islam. Mereka menentang saya dan agama saya (Islam).

“Mereka menentang semua yang berkaitan dengan keagamaan, mereka percaya bahawa ia tidak penting bagi semua orang untuk menganut mana-mana agama. Bagi mereka, adalah lebih baik jika saya jadi diri sendiri dan letakkan kepercayaan kepada diri sendiri. Sebab itulah emak masih terkejut dengan kenyataan ini,” katanya.

Lain pula dengan kemelut yang melanda bagi Mimi Than Siew Mei yang baharu sahaja memeluk agama Islam April lalu.

Remaja berumur 18 tahun itu mengakui telah mendalami ilmu agama Islam sejak setahun lalu dan tekad memeluk Islam tanpa pengetahuan keluarga.

Menyedari tentangan dari keluarga yang bakal dihadapinya, Mimi mengambil keputusan untuk berterus –terang tentang pengislamannya menerusi video yang dirakamkan oleh Sinar TV.

“Keluarga saya berada di Ipoh, Perak, ayah berbangsa Cina manakala emak pula Orang Asli, mereka tidak tahu bahawa saya sudah memeluk Islam dan kembali ke jalan yang benar, jadi saya ingin mengambil kesempatan di dalam bulan Ramadan ini untuk mengistiharkan pengIslaman saya pada keluarga.

“Sebenarnya saya takut untuk berdepan dan berterus- terang dengan keluarga kerana saya tahu keluarga sememangnya tidak suka dan tidak boleh terima kenyataan ini, jadi ini sajalah cara yang paling sesuai bagi saya untuk memberitahu mereka,” katanya lagi.

Mimi kini tinggal bersama sebuah keluarga mualaf yang banyak membimbing dan membantunya bagi mempelajari ilmu agama dengan lebih mendalam. -SH 


TAK MAU MINUM, TAK MAU MAKAN, TAPI NAK DUIT RAYA? INI JAWAPANNYA (GAMBAR)

VIDEO AKSI 'PAKO RAYA' OLEH PARKOUR MALAYSIA

VIDEO AKSI BERTEMAKAN HARI RAYA YANG BERTAJUK 'PAKO RAYA' OLEH PARKOUR MALAYSIA

Assalamualaikum,
Kali ni saya nak berkongsi video parkour.. Aksi parkour ini dibawakan oleh Team Parkour Malaysia sempena dengan Hari Raya Aidilfitri..

Hebat kan diorang? Tengah raya pon masih sempat lagi siapkan video parkour diorang yang best ni..

Dalam video ni, mereka mengenakan pakaian tradiosnal Melayu sebagai sut mereka..tapi kelihatan agak sukar untuk mereka meakukan aksi parkour..

Jom layan video bawah ni..

PENYAMUN MUSNAH BANK DENGAN BOM - HEBAT MALAYSIA

Bank kena bom

Hulu Selangor: Sebuah bank musnah akibat dibom sekumpulan penjenayah yang cuba menyamun bank terbabit di Bukit Beruntung, di sini, 5 pagi tadi.

Timbalan Ketua Jabatan Siasatan Jenayah Selangor (Risikan dan operasi) Asisten Komisioner Roslan Radzi berkata, dalam kejadian itu bank terbabit dipercayai di bom menggunakan bahan letupan buatan sendiri.



"Siasatan awal polis mendapati dua bom dipasang di kawasan kaunter pengeluaran wang yang mana salah satu bom itu telah meletup manakala satu lagi tidak," katanya kepada pemberita di lokasi kejadian.

Katanya, bagaimanapun wang tunai di mesin ATM terbabit dipercayai tidak dilarikan penjenayah.



ANGGOTA polis sedang melakukan pemeriksaan ke atas bank terbabit.


Roslan berkata pihaknya sedang melakukan siasatan terperinci termasuk meneliti rakaman kamera litar tertutup (CCTV) bagi mengesan kumpulan suspek. ~ myMetro

PEOPLE ARE 'VERY VERY AFRAID': Malaysia Airlines faces crippling cancellations after MH17, MH370 disasters

PEOPLE ARE 'VERY VERY AFRAID': Malaysia Airlines faces crippling cancellations after MH17, MH370 disasters
KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysian Airline System Bhd is facing an influx of passenger cancellations after the carrier’s second disaster in four months.
Travel agents from Melbourne to Singapore, New Delhi and Malaysia Airlines’ home country said they’ve seen a spike in withdrawn reservations since MH17’s downing this month — with cancellations climbing above 20 per cent in some places. The Samoan women’s rugby team switched to Thai Airways International Pcl from Malaysia Airlines on July 27 for a flight to a world cup event in France.
The cancellations may add to the financial difficulties of an airline whose state-run parent, Khazanah Nasional Bhd, estimated it only had enough cash to operate for a year even before the latest crash. Malaysia Airlines has suffered the loss of 537 people this year, as the airline industry heads toward its worst year in almost a decade for fatalities.
Passengers “are very, very afraid about anything else happening again,” said Ann Chitumbalam, manager at Escape Travel Sdn Bhd’s branch in Petaling Jaya, who’s seen about 30 per cent of Malaysia Airlines bookings through her office cancelled. Ticket holders “don’t want to take a risk,” she said.
Chitumbalam said she received a text-message from a businessman within hours of the crash, cancelling a trip to Amsterdam on Malaysia Airlines.
The airline said July 19 it would refund fares to customers postponing travel or cancelling their tickets, including non-refundable ones. It also agreed to waive any fees for people changing travel plans to any destination Malaysia Airlines flies to during 2014, as long as they applied from July 18 to 24.
Four months
Subang-based Malaysia Airlines, responding by e-mail to questions about passenger traffic, declined to give numbers of cancellations or to comment on ticket prices.
While passenger traffic figures since the July 17 downing of Flight 17 aren’t available, Webjet Ltd in Melbourne estimates it’s cancelled about a quarter of its Malaysia Airlines bookings since the disaster, which killed all 298 people on board and occurred four months after the disappearance of Flight 370.
Yatra.com, a New Delhi-based, online travel agent, saw an increase in cancellations and a dip in Malaysia Airlines bookings after the latest incident, said Sharat Dhall, the company’s president.
“It’s just natural to be worried,” Sera Mika, manager of the female Samoan rugby team, said by phone from Auckland. “We did have a lot of concerns.”
‘Double whammy’
In Singapore, Dynasty Travel estimates passengers will think twice before booking flights with the airline.
“Many will avoid Malaysia Airlines for the time being,” said Alicia Seah, spokeswoman at Dynasty Travel, one of the three largest leisure travel agents in Singapore, without specifying any number for cancellations. “This is certainly a double whammy for the airline.”
Malaysia Airlines, which racked RM4.13 billion in losses in the past three years, will probably lose more than RM1 billion in 2014 as it grapples with costs and an exodus of passengers, according to the average analyst estimate compiled by Bloomberg.
In June, before the latest disaster, Malaysia Airlines carried 3.1 per cent fewer passengers than a year ago, the second straight monthly drop. The previous month saw the highest proportion of empty seats since 2009.
Loyal customers
Reversing that trend would involve restoring the loyalty of customers such as Vincent Sim, a 35-year-old self-employed Singapore resident.
“The airline is going through such bad time, but I will definitely fly with them in the future as their prices, service and aircraft are on par with that of Singapore Airlines and Emirates,” Sim said.
Malaysia Airlines has sought to lure passengers by offering lower fares. For example, it has four of the five cheapest single-stop fares for early-December return flights between Sydney and London on price comparison site skyscanner.net, undercutting China Southern Airlines Co. and Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd.
At A$1,818 (RM5,430), Malaysia Airline’s cheapest return fare yesterday was 4.2 per cent cheaper than its lowest-priced option a week earlier. The new rate would result in the carrier being paid less than 5 US cents per kilometre over the 34,260-kilometre round trip. That compares to average costs of 5.34 cents per kilometre on Malaysia Airlines’s network in 2013, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
Cutting prices
“They are under severe cost pressure,” Tan Kam Meng, an analyst at TA Securities Holdings Bhd in Kuala Lumpur, said by phone. “I don’t think cutting airfares would be an advantage.”
While travellers and prices adjust to perceived risks, the downing of Flight MH17, 60 kilometres from the Ukrainian city of Donetsk, brought that region’s conflict back into the global spotlight. Rather than prompting a pause in the fighting, it risks escalating hostilities while world leaders pressure Russian President Vladimir Putin to speed an investigation. Some evidence points toward the plane being brought down by a surface-to-air missile.
Malaysia Airlines Chief Executive Officer Ahmad Jauhari, who said in a June interview that he may modify the airline’s future plane orders as a result of the MH370 disappearance, may need to reduce frequencies on some international routes, according to a May 16 report by CAPA Centre for Aviation, a Sydney-based consultancy.
Appreciating service
The carrier had previously anticipated ordering as many as 100 planes for delivery from late 2016 or early 2017, a person familiar with the matter said in February.
While cheaper prices may deter defections, some people will be harder to convince.
“I will not travel MAS,” Chen Shiying, a science tutor in Singapore, said in reference to Malaysia Airlines. He says he’s been shunning the carrier for some time because it is “suay,” or unlucky in the Hokkien dialect. “It might not be their fault, but still, I would want to avoid taking them.”  - Bloomberg

BUSTED! MH17 WAS IN FACT ‘LOST' FLIGHT MH370 - incredible new conspiracy theory shocks

BUSTED! MH17 WAS IN FACT ‘LOST' FLIGHT MH370 - incredible new conspiracy theory shocks
When it was first announced that flight MH-370 disappeared without a trace, there had been voices suggesting that the same plane will be later used in a false flag operation.
Personally, I tried to ignore the speculations thinking that no secret agency could ever conduct such an insanely-obvious operation, expecting that the rest of the world is stupid enough to buy it.
Boy, was I was wrong!
It’s not only that the official MH17 story is filled with gaps, but there are also bizarre accounts and ‘coincidences’ that are impossible to ignore:

1. The alleged MH17 was the same plane model as MH-370

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The aircraft allegedly shot down over Shaktarsk is a Boeing 777-200, ID number M9-MRD.
The missing MH370 was the same model, 777-200, but with a different ID number M9-MRO.
Recent, “near conclusive” evidence reports that MH-370 (M9-MRO) was actually hijacked before it disappeared. This means that the hijackers could have safely landed the plane somewhere else.
The US military base Diego Garcia is conveniently located within flying distance of the spot where MH-370 disappeared from the radar.
One of the passengers on board MH-370, Phillip Wood, allegedly managed to send a photo from his iPhone, tracing back to the previously mentioned military base.
If the US secret services got possession of the MH-370 jet, then it was a child’s play for them to set it up for a false flag operation suiting their needs.
After the story of a passenger jet having been shot down by pro-Russian separatists broke loose, Russia lost a lot of credibility and support due to the US propaganda machine.

2. The crashed plane had a different configuration of windows than MH17

Unfortunately for those who staged the false flag event, the MH17 plane had an extra window (bellow) next to the second right-side door, which MH370 did not — and neither did the wreckage of the airplane!
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Update [07.25.14]: Jim Stone brings more photographic evidence supporting the connection between the wreckage and flight MH-370:
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According to independent journalist Jim Stone,
“It is important to note that MH370 [bellow] was new, and therefore never repainted. This is the way the flag ALWAYS looked on Flight 370, and it forever pegs the shoot down plane as flight 370.”
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“Next is flight MH17. Notice the flag position, and ALSO, that MH17 has an extra window on this side of the aircraft, TOTALLY BUSTING THE OFFICIAL STORY.” [1]
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So, what does it all mean?
The plane wreckage shown in the propaganda pictures doesn’t have the window configuration of MH17, whilst it matches the one of MH370.
The conclusion is obvious: the wreckage belongs to the ‘lost’ flight MH370.

3. Rebel leader describes the MH17 victims: rotten corpses, drained of blood

“A top pro-Russia rebel commander in eastern Ukraine has given a bizarre version of events surrounding the Malaysian jetliner crash — suggesting many of the victims may have died days before the plane took off. (…) [People at the crash site]: ‘A significant number of the bodies weren’t fresh,’ adding that he was told they were drained of blood and reeked of decomposition.” [2]
According to independent journalist Jim Stone:
“It is being said that a Dutch doctor who was at the scene within a day has released testimony that the bodies on the plane were rotten and dead days before the crash, which would corroborate what the military commander said and that evidence is there that they were also tortured before the crash. However, the translation from Dutch is very poor and I am working on secondary confirmation.”
This means that the bodies found at the crash site in Ukraine are probably the passengers of MH370.

4. ALL the videos were created before MH17 was allegedly shot down

“A look at the time stamps for the nine versions of the video that allegedly shows a conversation between Ukrainian anti-fascists and the Russian military and uploaded to what is said to be the Ukrainian Security Service (SSU) youtube account, indicating that all the videos were created before MH17 wrecked in the afternoon 2014-07-1.” [3]
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Remarkable unit with timestamps confirmed by the date stamp for when the videos were uploaded to a local server contained herein.

5. MH-17 propaganda picture doesn’t match the facts

According to the Daily Mail, Flight MH-17 was photographed by one of the passengers just before boarding, but the identification number doesn’t match!
MH-17′s ID number is 9M-MRD (Wikipedia):
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The ID of the plane in the propaganda picture is 9M-MRC (Daily Mail):
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6. Flight MH17 was cancelled, according to flight radar screen

Flight Radar-24 screen capture on the day following the crash (7/18) shows MH-17, (9M-MRD) as “canceled” on the date of the crash (7/17): [4]
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7. Invalid and pristine passports at the crash site

All the passports appearing in the propaganda video are in mint condition. They want us to believe that ALL passports have escaped undamaged after an airplane filled with fuel was shot down by a SAM missile — not to mention the 33,000 feet drop.
And that’s not all! Many of presented passports are clearly invalid: some have been ‘hole-punched’ in the upper left-hand corner, while others have been ‘clipped’ (triangular cut-out from right-hand center front cover) – making it impossible that any of these decommissioned passports could be used to travel internationally at the flight’s port of Departure in Amsterdam. [5]

8. U.S. State Department Deputy admits: MH17 ‘evidence’ is based on YT clips & social media posts

In a testy exchange between AP reporter Matt Lee and U.S. State Department Deputy Spokesperson Marie Harf, Lee virtually corners Harf into admitting that the “evidence” presented by the U.S. to blame Russian-backed rebels for the shoot down of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 [now exposed as MH370] amounts to nothing more than YouTube videos and social media posts. [6]

9. Award-winning reporter blows whistle: U.S. satellite images show Ukrainian troops shooting down the plane that was presented to us as MH17

Award winning former Associated Press reporter Robert Parry has been told by an intelligence source that the United States is in possession of satellite imagery which shows that Ukrainian troops were responsible for the shoot down of Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 [now exposed as MH370].
“What I’ve been told by one source, who has provided accurate information on similar matters in the past, is that U.S. intelligence agencies do have detailed satellite images of the likely missile battery that launched the fateful missile, but the battery appears to have been under the control of Ukrainian government troops dressed in what look like Ukrainian uniforms.” [7]

References:

- http://topinfopost.com/2014/07/26/mh-17-was-in-fact-flight-mh-370-lost-flight