This morning i received a good news phone call from my eldest nephew, Yazrin Syafizi informing that he and his wife had been blessed with a baby boy! Congratulations and Mabruk! Hope the baby will grow as “Anak soleh wa musleh” and doing everybody proud of him including his late grandfather. InsyaAllah.
First and foremost I’d like to apologize for quite a lay-off that my blog had endured. At the same time I’d to confess that my blog will be in an inactive mode for some times.
In the contrary I’ll be emphasized more on my twitter site which could be accessed at www.twitter.com/nazre72
As such I’m encouraging to all my dearest friends to register with Twitter (www.twitter.com) and we could keep in touch by following each other.
Thanks and Good Luck!
Last Friday 12th June, I was at Malacca attending my practical students and at leisure time like what other homo sapiens always did, I went to the adorable Mydin Mall MITC, doing some window cum serious shopping with my wife and kids. So it’s like killing two birds with one stone…🙂
Sooner..I found that I’d killing the third bird. I bumped into my nephew Mohd. Dzaimy Yosof (Bang Mie) and his wife who were also taking advantage of the school holiday time to do some soul(love) bonding while shopping ..🙂.
As they work and stayed at Johor Bharu, this unexpected reunion had taken both families by surprise but we manage to say hello to each other and treasure the occasion with a quick snap of family-like photo.
As far as I remembered, I’d never meet him after his grand wedding ceremony which were held on December last year. So taking Bang Mie phrase of “Kecik dunia ni, Busu”, I think it’s worth of my new blog posting.
To Bang Mie, as your wife is expecting, I’d like to recall that it’s still fresh in my memory that how cuddly you were in your childhood time and as you are among the early nephews that arrived in our family, we had been always conjured to pamper you and soon suddenly you’ll be a FATHER. Ahhh…that how time flies…
Bang Mie…be a good son, husband and….father. Insya’Allah.
Take Care !
9th May 2009, Saturday. UPSI –> Rawang commuter station –> PWTC. Alhamdulillah, We were there on time.
It was definitely a succesfull and grand event attended by approx 3000 ++ pax. I wonder with RM10.00 fee and held at the infamous Dewan Merdeka PWTC, was that the cheapest programme had ever organized there..? Malaysian Book of Records must be informed then…
Kudos to the organizer Aman Palestin & PEMBINA for the best food and token. Nonetheless the prominent speakers who did excellent knowledge sharing were the pinnacle of the whole lot.
We from UPSI are proud to be part of the event.
Friday 8th May 2009, we celebrated ummi’s xx birthday. Thank you ummi for everything!
Saturday 9th May 2009, 8.30 am to 5.30 pm, PWTC
Fee : RM10.00
Further info : www.kbaz.net
It’s good to educate and generate awareness among the people that the support for AL-Quds and Palestinians is not base on the temporary or time-selective measure. It was and should be a continous noble jihad which take place along the time until the truth freedom is being accomplished, hence giving a full-stop to the cruel Zionist’s doctrine.
Persatuan Belia Islam Nasional (PEMBINA) and Aman Palestin, the two NGOs which I joined will organize the so-called convention on 9th May 2009 at PWTC, Kuala Lumpur.
The convention is open to public and the fee is RM10.00, which could be the lowest I’d ever came across for the ambitious programme of this kind.
I’ll be there. Insya’Allah.
During midday when I was busy observing my practicum student at SMK Setia Wangsa, Kuala Lipis, Pahang, I miss a call from the honourable Ustaz Zul ( he was a senior lecturer and my colleague at Kolej UNITI 1997 – 2005 ). Voila…knowing his style ( a little. bit..), I acknowledge there’s must be a hot news he wanted to break or he may be travelling north and passing Tanjong Malim in that process, and well enough he did give me a call or two when that happened. Therefore without hesitation I make a return call.
After exchanging salam and checking on mine and my family situation, Ustaz Zul declared that he is parting away with USIM. He had tendered his resignation letter, got it consented and will be free to go this coming July.
I wonder that we have been go in different direction… I’m struggling to climb the ladder in UPSI but Ustaz Zul had chose the opposite. The position as a University lecturer which I regard very highly ( u know…PhD, Assoc. Prof., full Prof. so and so….) is not that significant..by Ustaz Zul’s standard…phewww…
IMHO, Ustaz Zul had seen that his out-of-USIM commitment will always handicap his lecturer-career routines and as such will be unfair to his students and USIM at large.
Although I know several personnels out there who’re very active in giving speech/talk/ceramah here and there outside the campus but still clinging on to their university position (and wages of course ..) but Ustaz Zul definitely was at the different class vis-a-vis different mindset also.
Ustaz Zul’s dream to be free and moulding his own destiny will start in no time…
To Ustaz Zul…Siiru ‘ala Barakatillah. May Allah bless you, always.
- *Hotel Jelai, Kuala Lipis, Pahang. ** (excellent WiFi provided by this budget hotel)
Last Saturday (28th February 2009) my second child, Mahdi Akif turned 5 .
Nostalgically, Mahdi escaped the leap year date of 29th February 2004 which could bring him to celebrate his real birthdate once in 4 years..
To my sweetest jewel..Mahdi AKif :
Please Receive our “SALAM” – wrapped with “AFFECTION” tied with `LUV” & sealed with “DUA” 2 keep *U* safe & “HAPPY” on your “SPECIAL DAY” *Happy Birthday*
I pray to Allah, Mahdi Akif will grow as a true Muslim.
Mahdi Akif..please listen : “Ayah will always love you”.
Alhamdulillah, after attending the TOT organise by Aman Palestin at Klana Resort, Seremban, I got my first chance to share the facts about what had happened in Gaza and Palestine at a Humanitarian Run program orchestrated by The office of Youth and Sport Kampar, Perak. I got half and hours slot which I started with doa (I recite the Qunut Nazilah and then say doa in Bahasa Melayu as to enthrall the audiences).
The guest of honour was the MP of Kampar, YB Dato’ Lee Chee Leong who then officiated the program and the drive to collect some fund to be consecrated to the Palestinians. Well enough, I agnized that half of the participant are non-muslims so it’s also a beneficial experience for me as to highlight the issue in a more encumbered manner as compared to the straightforward approach which I always carry through when facing all muslim listeners..
The opportunity to be there was an honour to me and it was a satisfying encounter..I really hope to be given the chance to share the information again.. Insya’ALlah.
KHAIBAR…KHAIBAR YA YAHUD!!!
JAISYU MUHAMMAD SAUFA YA’UD!!!
(Tentera Muhammad Pasti kembali)
Let’s RISE for GAZA – our team from UPSI
Alhamdulillah, several friends and I were at the “Rapat Umum Gaza” on Saturday, 10th January 2009. It was an electrifying event and the attendees are approximate to 10K according to TV9 prime time news.
As we arrived early, we’re presented with Save Gaza t-shirt and read headband. As a result we circumstantially involved in helping the organizer managing the traffic flows, collecting signatures and distributing hand-outs. We also joined the cars convoy and were on our alpine peak in showing the Save Gaza stickers we got to the rest of the drivers on the road.
The Rapat UMUM was inspired by speeches given by several personnels from different parties including Aman Palestin, UMNO, PAS, ABIM and PKR. Not to forget the special guest was Dr. Najib who represents HAMAS on that day.
Apart form that, my freind, Muadz was very energetic in giving his live performance and sings 2 beautiful songs on the struggle of GAZA people..
As to show support to the Palestinian and Aman Palestin, I also bought Save Children of GAZA t-shirt and “Selamatkan Palestin, Bumi Isra’ dan Mikraj” sticker after the event.
Insya’Allah, the event will be accepted by Allah as Ibadah and may the imapct will contribute to the fight of our ikhwah in GAZA..
Let’s RISE for GAZA!
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