Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Muslim Inventors.. Who said there are none..

More often than not, we come across people who look down on Islamic Civilization. Some may even ask, what have the Muslim given to the world.. So i decided to make a list of inventions by muslim invertors. This may not be complete and i hope my friends can add to it.

* Turhan Alçelik (c. 2006), Turkey — non-glaring headlamp

* Al-Ashraf, (fl. 1282–1296), Yemen — dry compass

* Abd al-Latif al-Baghdadi, (1162–1231), Iraq/Egypt — ventilator

* Abi Bakr of Isfahan, (c. 1235), Persia/Iran — mechanical geared astrolabe with lunisolar calendar analog computer

* Ibn Bassal, (fl.1038–1075), Islamic Spain — flywheel, flywheel-driven noria, flywheel-driven saqiya chain pump

* Muhammad ibn Jābir al-Harrānī al-Battānī (Albatenius), (853-929), Syria/Turkey — observation tube

* Abu Mansoor Nizar al-Aziz Billah, (955–996), Egypt — airmail, homing pigeon

* Abū Rayhān al-Bīrūnī, (973–1048), Persia/Iran — mechanical geared lunisolar calendar analog computer, fixed-wired knowledge processing machine, conical measure, laboratory flask, Orthographical astrolabe, hodometer, pycnometer

* Lagari Hasan Celebi, (1633), Turkey — first manned rocket flight in 1633. Lagari Hasan Çelebi launched in a 7 winged rocket using 50 okka (140 lbs) of gunpowder from Sarayburnu. (* Lagari may not be a Muslim)

* Muhammad al-Fazari, (d. 796/806), Persia/Iran/Iraq — brass astrolabe

* Fatima al-Fihri, (c. 859), Tunisia/Morocco — university. University of Al-Qarawiyine, in 841 CE (Note : This may not fit the defination of university in certain aspect)

* Abbas Ibn Firnas (Armen Firman), (810-887), Al-Andalus — eye glasses, artificial wings, watch, fused quartz and silica glass, artificial thunder and lightning, metronome

* Ibn al-Haytham (Alhazen), (965–1039), Iraq — camera obscura, pinhole camera, magnifying glass

* Muhammad Husayn, (fl.17th century), Persia/Iran — cartographic Qibla indicator with sundial and compass

* Jabir ibn Aflah (Geber), (c. 1100–1150), Islamic Spain — portable celestial globe

* Jābir ibn Hayyān (Geber), (c. 721-815), Persia/Iran — pure distillation, liquefaction, purification, retort, mineral acids, nitric and sulfuric acids, hydrochloric acid, aqua regia, alum, alkali, borax, pure sal ammoniac, lead carbonatic, arsenic, antimony, bismuth, pure mercury and sulfur, plated mail

* Al-Jazari, (1136–1206), Iraq — crank-driven and hydropowered saqiya chain pump, crank-driven screw and screwpump, elephant clock, weight-driven clock, weight-driven pump, reciprocating piston suction pump, geared and hydropowered water supply system, programmable humanoid robots, robotics, hand washing automata, flush mechanism, lamination, static balancing, paper model, sand casting, molding sand, intermittency, linkage

* Ibn Al-Jazzar (Algizar), (c. 898-980), Tunisia — sexual dysfunction and erectile dysfunction treatment drugs

* Jamshīd al-Kāshī, (c. 1380–1429), Persia/Iran — plate of conjunctions, analog planetary computer

* Fazlur Khan, (1929–1982), Bangladesh — structural systems for high-rise skyscrapers

* Al-Khazini, (fl.1115–1130), Persia/Iran — hydrostatic balance

* Abu-Mahmud al-Khujandi, (c. 940–1000), Persia/Iran — astronomical sextant

* Muhammad ibn Mūsā al-Khwārizmī (Algoritmi), (c. 780-850), Persia/Iran — modern algebra, mural instrument, horary quadrant, Sine quadrant, shadow square

* Ammar ibn Ali al-Mawsili, (9th century), Iraq — syringe, hypodermic needle, cataract extraction, injection, suction

* Ibn Khalaf al-Muradi, (fl.11th century), Islamic Spain — geared mechanical clock, segmental gear, epicyclic gearing

* Hasan al-Rammah, (.1270s), Syria — purified potassium nitrate, explosive gunpowder,

* Muhammad ibn Zakarīya Rāzi (Rhazes), (865–965), Persia/Iran — distillation and extraction methods, sulfuric acid and hydrochloric acid, soap kerosene, kerosene lamp, chemotherapy, sodium hydroxide

* Ibn Samh, (c. 1020), Middle East — mechanical geared astrolabe

* Ibn al-Shatir, (1304–1375), Syria — "jewel box" device which combined a compass with a universal sundial

* Fathullah Shirazi, (c. 1582), Mughal India — early volley gun

* Al-Sijzi, (c. 945–1020), Persia/Iran — heliocentric astrolabe

* Ibn Sina (Avicenna), (973–1037), Persia/Iran — steam distillation, essential oil, pharmacopoeia, clinical pharmacology, clinical trial, randomized controlled trial, quarantine, cancer surgery, cancer therapy, pharmacotherapy, phytotherapy, Hindiba, Taxus baccata L, calcium channel blocker

* Taqi al-Din, (1526–1585), Syria/Egypt/Turkey — steam turbine, six-cylinder 'Monobloc' suction pump, framed sextant

* Mardi bin Ali al-Tarsusi, (c. 1187), Middle East — counterweight trebuchet, mangonel

* Tipu Sultan, (1750–1799), India — iron-cased rocket

* Sharaf al-Dīn al-Tūsī, (1135–1213), Persia/Iran — linear astrolabe

* Khalid ibn Yazid, (635-704), Syria/Egypt — potassium nitrate

* Gazi Yasargil, (1925- ), Turkey — Microneurosurgery

* Muhammad Yunus, (b. 1940), Bangladesh — microcredit, microfinance

* Abu Yaqub Yusuf, (c. 1274), Morocco/Spain — siege cannon

* Abu al-Qasim al-Zahrawi (Abulcasis), (936–1013), Islamic Spain — catgut surgical suture, various surgical instruments and dental devices

* Abū Ishāq Ibrāhīm al-Zarqālī (Arzachel), (1028–1087), Islamic Spain — almanac, equatorium, universal astrolabe

* Ziryab, (789—857), Iraq/Syria/Tunisia/Spain — bangs, beauty parlour, cosmetology school, chemical depilatory, toothpaste, under-arm deodorant, three-course meal

* Ibn Zuhr (Avenzoar), (1091–1161), Islamic Spain — general anaesthesia, general anaesthetic, oral anesthesia, inhalational anaesthetic, narcotic-soaked sponge, tracheotomy, parasitology, pharmacopoeia

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

UMNO Has Lost Its Track.

UMNO which was founded in May 11, 1946 was initiated by the charismatic Dato Onn Bin Jaafar.Initially it was to uphold the aspirations of Malay nationalism and the dignity of race, religion and country.[2] The party also aspires to protect the Malay culture as the national culture and to uphold, defend and expand Islam.

But today after more than 50 years of absolute power, UMNO has become something of a laughing stock for the informed populace and the international community.Once it was revered by Malays as their saviour but now increasingly seen as an institution who silently betray its own people.

The biggest question that plays in every thinking mind, why after 52 years..the Malays are still left behind in terms of wealth. What had UMNO done with all the money the country garners from various sources. Where had the wealth gone.? A question that UMNO happily blames on the Non Bumis for unequal distribution of wealth.

But somehow the people beginning to realize, The UMNO controlled government, has not only fail to protect its own people but it also more than happy in keeping thenm in the dark on many sensitive matters.

Thru state owned and state controlled main stream media, the goverment systematically brainwash the public in creating racial tension. The media, lie, distort and distribute manufactured figures on economy dan other important aspect of governance.

The latest Bersih incident, proved how low the UMNO led goverment had sunk unto. The Bersih campaign was targeted to ensure corruption free election and UMNO deemed that as going against national aspirations and security. This is the greatest joke ever created and distributed by the Government. It also shows that UMNO is the biggest part of every corruption, manipulation and wrong doings so much so it has to protect itself from being scrutinized.

Thus we have a series of comedic statements from unstatesmanly characters. The people see UMNO as a sinking person who will do anything to grab hold onto something to stay alive.

The Malays deserves something better than UMNO, which will ensure their dignity and self respect being upheld.

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Pencapaian Gilang Gemilang Puak Puak UMNO

1. A Chief Editor of a mainstream newspaper who had an affair with a young girl while his wife lay paralysed in bed – Zam himself.

2. A Chief Minister who eloped to Thailand to secretly marry his second wife – Muhammad Mohd Taib (then Chief Minister of Selangor).

3. A Federal Minister who was caught with a female artiste in a Port Dickson hotel room – Najib Tun Razak (then Defence Minister) and Ziana Zain.

4. A Federal Minister whose brother was arrested for drug trafficking – Muhyiddin Yassin.

5. A Federal Minister who had an affair with someone else’s wife that eventually resulted in a broken marriage – Ruhaini Ahmad.

6. A Chief Minister who had an affair with someone else’s wife that eventually resulted in a broken marriage – Muhammad Mohd Taib.

7. A Chief Minister who had an affair with an under-aged girl – Rahim Tambi Chik (then Melaka Chief Minister).

8. A Chief Minister who had an affair with a girl who eventually gave birth to an illegitimate child – Shahidan Kassim (Perlis Chief Minister).

9. A Chief Minister who kept an under-aged mistress at a condominium in Kuala Lumpur – Shahidan Kassim.

10. A religious leader who had an illicit affair and who is now holding a prominent position in a very important government religious body - Ismail Ibrahim of the National Fatwah Council.

11. A Chief Minister who had an affair with his sister-in-law who gave birth to an illegitimate child – Abu Hassan Omar (then Selangor Chief Minister).

Monday, May 16, 2011

AyahandaTok Guru Nik Aziz

Politicians better be wiser. Stop trying to measure up to the PAS spiritual leader's track record. And stop attempts to run him down.

Lately, there have been some errant politicians trying to get pot-shots at the leader of PAS - be it about the absurd sex-video or the sleazy sodomy trials, or on some religious issue.

They forget that Tok Guru is not a politician of their standard. In fact none can ever measure up to this saintly man. Look at the way he leads his life. Simplicity. Humility. Caring for the orphaned and destitute.

Listen to the way he speaks. Always so profound yet so simple. Young and old, learned and simpletons can relate with what he speaks.

Look at the way he lives. Look at his dwelling. Look at his official and unofficial car. Look at his attire. Look at his living and lifestyle as well as eating habits. And he has been consistently so for all our living memory.

Many people who took the trouble to meet this diligent, Gof fearing, Islam loving leader come away with awed and overwhelmed that they did not know that here is a senior veteran and head of a large political party who is so humble, simple, caring and without greed. Someone who respects all humanity despite their diferrent creeds.

Can any one of our politicians measure up to this man? No!

So stop trying to rake mud on this icon of inspiration in this contemporary and worldly environment. Stop throwing your cheap, tarnished, soiled and tainted political dares into the pathway of Tok Guru for you cannot even fall in the shadows of this man.

If anyine has any doubt about this great leader, then please pay him a visit in his homeground. You can be rest assured he will not C4 you. You can be guaranteed that he will not brush you aside with burly bodyguards. You do not even have to worry about what gifts to bear for he takes no bribes.

It is most unfortuante that Malaysians have had their eyes clouded, their ears deafened from getting to know, understand and appreciate a living legend who leads such a modest life despite being the leader of millions of followers.

(Source: J. D. Lovrenciear. A reader of Malaysia Chronicle)

Saturday, May 14, 2011

Manchester United : Champion... Again

Manchester United came to Blackburn to rain on Manchester City's parade, not produce a damp squib of their own, but until the softest of penalty decisions came to their rescue in the 73rd minute they were in danger of stealing a cue from their rivals and fluffing their lines. The 19th title duly arrived in the end, and although this was hardly the most stirring manner in which to clinch it, it seemed to suit United's strangely stuttering season. It will make no difference to the history books, or the United celebrations.

Blackburn spent the first 20 minutes struggling to get out of their own half, although it turned out they were just lulling their opponents into a false sense of security. No sooner had United been given the impression that all they had to do was use unlimited possession to break down a massed defence than Blackburn launched a few attacks of their own.

For all the visitors's early dominance the best chance they created was in the fourth minute when Nani put a header against the bar from Wayne Rooney's cross, yet despite Blackburn seeing much less of the ball they managed to make their rare upfield excursions count. Chris Samba had already scooped a shot over the bar and Jason Roberts just failed to take advantage of Tomasz Kuszczak's hesitation in dealing with a back pass by the time a decisive strike by Brett Emerton put the home side in front. Once again the substitute United goalkeeper looked nervous and uncertain, first failing to deal with Emerton's original cross then needlessly leaving his line in a vain attempt to recover the ball. Blackburn successfully prevented it from going out, then when Martin Olsson whipped in a low cross Emerton was still in position to sidefoot home with Jonny Evans unable to make an effective challenge.

No matter, there were still 70 minutes of the game left and plenty of time for the famous United cavalry charge, yet although the champions-elect stayed commendably calm and unhurried on going behind, Paul Robinson only had one save to make before the interval, tipping an effort from Javier Hernández round the post fairly comfortably. After an hour had passed without Robinson being asked to do much more, Sir Alex Ferguson responded to the United supporters's chant of "attack, attack attack" by sending on Paul Scholes for the disappointing Fábio da Silva and switching Antonio Valencia to right back. Scholes's first act was to kick Morten Gamst Pederesen up in the air, which was not the sort of attack Ferguson wanted to see, and neither was the Blackburn one that culminated in Olsson striking a post from Emerton's cross when a goal looked certain.

United got lucky in the end when Robinson rashly brought down Hernández to concede a hotly disputed penalty. There was little doubt the goalkeeper made contact with the Mexican rather than the ball, but that was largely because Hernández had all but knocked the ball dead and had little hope of reaching it.

It would be harsh to say he was playing for the penalty but he was certainly moving away from goal, and although technically the assistant Phil Dowd consulted was correct in affirming contact had taken place, one could fully understand the Rovers players's protestations.

Rooney scored emphatically from the spot to bring United level, and did his best to put the matter beyond doubt two minutes later with a perfect cross from which Nani somehow conjured a miss in front of goal.

Only then did Ferguson send on Dimitar Berbatov, who scored five in the corresponding fixture at Old Trafford. He was unable to score here, United settling for keep-ball in the last 10 minutes and Blackburn content with a point, but the only score that finally mattered, as several banners in the Darwen End pointed out, was 19-18 to United

Monday, May 9, 2011

The most expensive cars in the world | MNN - Mother Nature Network

The most expensive cars in the world | MNN - Mother Nature Network

Jessica Simpson and Her Fashion Disaster

Have you ever wondered how a woman would look like if she rushes out of toilet hardly without time for washing her..$@&%#.. He..he.. Well don't waste your imagination prowes..just look at the picture above and it tells you everything.

Jessica Simpson's oversized, sage-green turtleneck sweater, which she's worn repeatedly since the spring of 2005 gives the impression someone running out of toilet during earth quake. This past Saturday, the sweater made yet another cameo in Beverly Hills when Simpson paired it with a leopard print handbag, blue suede platforms and seemingly nothing underneath.

Simpson's sexy spin on the sweater dress look sparked to ask, "Is she starting a new trend?" We can't see many women following suit. The look is deceptively low-maintenance: We would throw on this comfy sweater over jeans (or visible shorts), but never as a dress (even if we had legs designed by Tracy Anderson, Simpson's pre-wedding personal trainer). And those are some major heels right there; our feet hurt just looking at them. The sweater, the heels, the purse -- it's all too much.

Sunday, May 8, 2011

Glory Glory Man U..

Manchester United celebrated like champions at Old Trafford after a 36-second opener from Javier Hernandez and a Nemanja Vidic header took them to the brink of a record 19th league title with a 2-1 win over Chelsea.

One point from the final two games against relegation-threatened Blackburn next Saturday and Blackpool on the final day of the season will be enough to seal a championship which will take them past the mark Liverpool have been on for so long.

Sir Alex Ferguson felt victory over closest rivals Chelsea was worthy of a couple of bows to the Stretford End as he knows, as do all United's rivals, the prospect of them not getting over the line now is unthinkable.

Manchester United Chelsea

13(5) Shots (on Goal) 20(7)
13 Fouls 16
7 Corner Kicks 2
3 Offsides 3
48% Possession 53%
2 Yellow Cards 4
0 Red Cards 0
6 Saves 3

Saturday, May 7, 2011

Kuala Selangor Has One of The Best Sunset In The Country

An effulgence of wonder, Thats the sunset of Kuala Selangor. Anyone who had visited this remote rustic village town and witnessed it surely will agree that its one of the better ones in the country.

I as a regular jogger at the hill, always make it a point to catch the magnificent setting of the glowing sun, gently embedding itself at the distant horizon. Awakening golden clouds, always in a splendid formation as if it hailed from heaven to please the viewers. Exotic birds randomly crossing viewing angle and truning it into a photo perfect picture from National Geography.

Walking into this 18th century fortress gives you a chilling mystified frisson, engaging one to the ancient world of rigid life. The solitary beheading platform will never fail to send shivers through the spine once the mind started to modulate the events took place there centuries ago.

The calming odour of the sea breeze and the exhilirating view of the never ending shoreline will emancipate your nagging troubles away.From top of the hill, the unfolding mangrove forest below is a foreground to the daily glorious occurance being painted by magical brush. It represents the efflorescence of nature at its best. Anyone who wish to visit Kuala Selangor, make it a point not to miss this majestic crown called Bukit Melawati and the spectacular sunset which is truly the Jewel In The Crown.

Utusan is...

Do you all know what Utusan Malaysia is all about? It is the most disgusting newspaper on earth. Yap so I am gonna try to describe Utusan in as many ways i can.. see if you can add..

Utusan Malaysia is : bedraggled, begrimed, contaminated, cruddy, crummy, defiled, disarrayed, dishabille, disheveled, dreggy, dungy, dusty, filthy, foul, fouled, greasy, grimy, grubby, grungy, icky, lousy, messy, mucky, muddy, mung, murky, nasty, pigpen, polluted, raunchy, scummy, scuzzy, slattern, slimy, sloppy, sloven, smudged, smutty, sooty, spattered, squalid, stained, straggly, sullied, undusted, unhygienic, unkempt, unlaundered, unsanitized, unsightly, unswept, untidy, unwashed, yucky,nasty, obscene, offensive, putrid, repulsive, revolting, scummy, sleazy, slimy, slipshod, sloppy, verminous, vile, yecchy, bad, corroded, corrupt, crumbling, decomposed, disgusting, fecal, feculent, festering, fetid, foul, gross, infected, loathsome, mephitic, moldering, moldy, noisome, noxious, offensive, purulent, pustular, putrescent, putrid, putrified, rancid, rotting, smelling, spoiled, stale, stinking, tainted, unsound ....

This is what happens when newspaper starts to play seditiously and its samctioned by the Goverment. It officially becomes state sponsored Sedition.

Friday, May 6, 2011

Dog Who May Have Participated In Bin Laden Raid

Americans are fascinated by the anonymous U.S. Navy SEALs who daringly raided Osama bin Laden's Abbottabad, Pakistan compound this week, but one canine commando is attracting especially fervent interest.

According to the New York Times and the British tabloid The Sun, a military dog (not pictured) was strapped onto one of the assault team members as he was lowered out of a Black Hawk helicopter and began the operation that killed Osama.

Sadly, we know very little, and the Pentagon hasn't confirmed that a dog was even on the mission, much less release information about the canine's name or breed.

"Little is known about what may be the nation's most courageous dog," the Times' Gardner Harris writes. He speculates that the dog was most likely a German shepherd or a Belgian Malinois, since those are the breeds most often found in the military's 2,700-strong military dog program. (A new breed, however, is becoming popular with the troops. Labrador retrievers have begun to "wander off-leash 100 yards or more in front of patrols to ensure the safety of the route.")

The Pentagon and White House are keeping tight-lipped about the details of the operation, but that, of course, hasn't prevented commentators from speculating on the dog's role based on the functions of other war dogs in combat. "It's possible that the commandos brought a specialized search dog, which would have been sent in ahead of the humans to find explosives or people hidden inside the building," Slate's Brian Palmer writes. Or the dog could have been a "combat tracker"--canines who are specially trained to sniff out individuals and then follow their trail. Saddam Hussein was found in a hole under a hut--the assault team could have decided that they needed a good tracking dog in case bin Laden had a similar idea.

Dogs are increasingly important in America's combat operations abroad, and some have been outfitted with special (and adorable) "doggles" to protect their eyes, oxygen masks to protect their lungs as they parachute out with soldiers at high altitudes, and even waterproof vests that contain infrared cameras that transmit video back to servicemen watching a monitor yards behind them. Check out Foreign Policy's beautiful photo essay on military dogs here.

Luckily for this courageous and anonymous furry creature, there is some precedent for war dogs receiving military honors. The Navy awarded a Silver Star in 2009 to a dog named Remco who gave his life charging "an insurgent's hide-out in Afghanistan," Harris writes. According to Foreign Policy, another dog named Eli fiercely guarded his Marine, Private First Class Carlton Rusk, after he was shot by Taliban sniper fire in Afghanistan. Rusk's bomb-sniffing dog would not even let fellow Marines approach the wounded Rusk, who did not survive the attack. Eli now lives with Rusk's family.

The dog's role was not mentioned in any of the public White House press briefings on bin Laden's death. Pentagon spokeswoman Elizabeth Robbins wrote in an e-mail to The Lookout in response to our question about the dog that the Pentagon has "no additional operational details, or comments on operational details, to make at this time."

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Storm Over Osama's Sea Burial

Amid the hysterical celebrations over the killing of Osama bin Laden, an awkward question is starting to rear its head: Did U.S. policymakers err in burying the al Qaeda leader at sea?

Already, the decision has provoked criticism from some Islamic scholars, who say a maritime burial isn't in keeping with Muslim law. And there are signs that the move could help fuel skepticism, especially among President Obama's critics, about whether bin Laden was really killed at all.

The Pentagon has said the body was treated in accordance with traditional Islamic procedures--including washing the corpse--before it was placed in the waters of the northern Arabian Sea.

U.S. officials have said they wanted to avoid the al Qaeda leader's grave site becoming a shrine for his followers. They've also said it would have been difficult to find a foreign country willing to accept bin Laden's remains, especially in so short a time: Islamic tradition and practice call for the body of the deceased to be buried within 24 hours of death.

But several Muslim authorities said today that the sea burial in fact violated Muslim tradition--and warned that it could help trigger calls for revenge from militant Muslims.

The sea burial "runs contrary to the principles of Islamic laws, religious values and humanitarian customs," Sheik Ahmed al-Tayeb, the grand Imam of Cairo's al-Azhar mosque, told the AP.

And Mohammed al-Qubaisi, Dubai's grand mufti, echoed that view. "If the family does not want him, it's really simple in Islam: You dig up a grave anywhere, even on a remote island, you say the prayers and that's it."

He added: "Sea burials are permissible for Muslims in extraordinary circumstances," he added. "This is not one of them."

And Abdul-Sattar al-Janabi, who preaches at Baghdad's Abu Hanifa mosque declared: "It is not acceptable, and it is almost a crime to throw the body of a Muslim man into the sea," adding that the action "might provoke some Muslims."

But the religious verdict may not be quite that open and shut. Imam Shamsi Ali, of the Islamic Cultural Center of New York, told The Lookout that in emergency circumstances, any Islamic law can be overlooked. "For example, you're not allowed to eat pork," he said, but added that if you were starving to death, it would be considered acceptable. Ali said that because the United States appears to have been unable to find a country to take bin Laden's body within 24 hours, this might have qualified as such an emergency.

Islamic practices aside, the decision is already triggering conspiracy theories that cast doubt on whether bin Laden is truly dead--even though DNA testing is said to have confirmed with virtual certainty that the al Qaeda leader was indeed killed. An assertion by Pakistan's Taliban that bin Laden is still living was picked up on several users of the conservative website In addition, one writer on the Andrew Breitbart website Big Peace called for bin Laden's body to be"digitally scanned" so that Americans could verify his death for themselves. On Twitter, Emily Miller, an editor at the conservative Washington Times, demanded a photo of the body as "proof."

Skepticism could only increase in some quarters if the Obama administration declines to release photos of bin Laden's body. No decision has yet been made on that question, according to White House counter-terror adviser John Brennan, who said this afternoon that doing so could jeopardize future operations.

Source Yahoo News

Sunday, May 1, 2011

Obituary: Osama Bin Laden

Osama Bin Laden came to the world's attention on 11 September 2001, when the attacks on the United States left more than 3,000 people dead and hundreds more injured.

In a matter of three years, the Saudi-born dissident had emerged from obscurity to become one of the most hated and feared men in the world.

Osama Bin Laden was born in 1957, apparently the 17th of 52 children of Mohamed Bin Laden, a multimillionaire builder responsible for 80% of Saudi Arabia's roads.

His father's death in a helicopter crash in 1968 brought the young man a fortune running into many millions of dollars, though considerably less than the widely published estimate of $250m


While studying civil engineering at King Abdul Aziz University in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, Bin Laden came into contact with teachers and students of the more conservative brand of Islam.

Through theological debate and study, he came to embrace fundamentalist Islam as a bulwark against what he saw as the decadence of the West.

The Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in December 1979 changed Bin Laden's life forever. He took up the anti-communist cause with a will, moving to Afghanistan where, for a decade, he fought an ultimately victorious campaign with the mujahideen.

Intelligence experts believe that the US Central Intelligence Agency played an active role in arming and training the mujahideen, including Bin Laden. The end of the war saw a sea change in his views.

Lucrative investments

His hatred of Moscow shifted to Washington after 300,000 US troops, women among them, were based in Saudi Arabia, home of two of Islam's holiest places, during the 1991 Gulf War against Iraq. Bin Laden vowed to avenge what he saw as blasphemy.

Along with many of his mujahideen comrades, he brought his mix of fighting skills and Islamic zeal to many anti-US factions within the Middle East.

American pressure ended brief sojourns in Saudi Arabia - which removed his citizenship in 1994 - and then Sudan, and Bin Laden moved back to Afghanistan in January 1996.

The country, in a state of anarchy, was home to a diverse range of Islamic groups, including the fundamentalist Taleban militia, which captured the capital Kabul nine months later.

Though geographically limited, Bin Laden's wealth, increasing all the time through lucrative worldwide investments, enabled him to finance and control a continuously shifting series of transnational militant alliances through his al-Qaeda network.

Sometimes he worked as a broker, organising logistics and providing financial support. At other times, he would run his own violent campaigns.

In February 1998, he issued a fatwa - or religious edict - on behalf of the World Front for Jihad Against Jews and Crusaders, stating that killing Americans and their allies was a Muslim duty.

'Most wanted'

Six months later, two bombs rocked the US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania. Some 224 people died and nearly 5,000 were wounded. He was indicted as chief suspect, along with 16 of his colleagues.

Almost overnight, Bin Laden became a major thorn in the side of America. A byword for fundamentalist Islamic resistance to Washington, he soon appeared on the FBI's "most wanted" list, with a reward of up to $25m on his head.

The US fired 75 sea-launched cruise missiles into six training camps in eastern Afghanistan in a failed attempt to kill him. They missed their target by just one hour.

As well as the African bombings, Bin Laden was implicated in the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center in New York, a 1995 car bomb in the Saudi capital Riyadh and a truck bomb in a Saudi barracks, which killed 19 US soldiers.

"I always kill Americans because they kill us," he said. "When we attack Americans, we don't harm other people."

In the case of the bombs in Nairobi and Dar es Salaam, his words rang hollow. The vast majority of the dead and injured were African, not American.

The arrogance of wealth saw Bin Laden make the government of Kazakhstan a multi-million dollar offer to buy his own tactical nuclear weapon.

It comes as no surprise, then, that both the US and Israel are believed to have sent assassination squads after him.

Cult status

Then came the events of 11 September 2001. Two hijacked aircraft smashed into, and destroyed, the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York.

Another aircraft ploughed into the Pentagon in Washington and a fourth crashed in a field in Pennsylvania. Altogether more than 3,000 people died in the attacks, which led to the US-led operation against the Taleban.

Allied forces moved into Afghanistan late in 2001. At the time, it was believed that Bin Laden might have been killed during the battle for the Tora Bora cave complex.

In reality, he had slipped across the border into Pakistan, a country in which he achieved the sort of cult status usually reserved for pop stars or film actors.

In February 2003, an audio tape, purporting to be of Bin Laden, was delivered to the al-Jazeera television company.

Of the impending US-led invasion of Iraq, the voice said: "This crusaders' war concerns, first and foremost, all Muslims, regardless of whether the Iraqi socialist party or Saddam remain in power.
"All Muslims, especially those in Iraq, should launch a holy war."

The US conceded that the voice was probably Bin Laden's

Careful timing

The last known sighting of Bin Laden by anyone other than his very close entourage remains in late 2001 as he prepared to flee from his Tora Bora stronghold.

He was widely assumed to have travelled east, across into Pakistan to be given hospitality and shelter by certain local Pashtun tribesmen loyal to the Taleban and opposed to their own government led by President Pervez Musharraf.

hunt for Bin Laden took a dramatic turn with the arrest in Pakistan, in 2003, of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.

The head of al-Qaeda's operations and the suspected mastermind of the Twin Towers attack, it seemed as though the net had begun to close in on Bin Laden himself.

A major offensive to capture Bin Laden was launched by the Pakistani army along the Afghan border in May-July 2004.

But a year later, Mr Musharraf admitted the trail had gone cold.

Though al-Qaeda has been prolific in issuing audio messages, often on the internet and featuring the network's second-in-command, Ayman al-Zawahiri, videos of Bin Laden himself have been rare.

His appearances have been carefully timed and aimed, analysts say, at influencing Western public opinion by driving a wedge between citizens and their leaders.

One such video was issued in 2004 - the same year as the Madrid bombings - and days before the US election.

A second surfaced as the sixth anniversary of the 11 September attacks approached, timed to quell rumours that he had been dead for some time.

To his supporters, Bin Laden was a fighter for freedom against the US and Israel, not, as he was to many in the West, a terrorist with the blood of thousands of people on his hands.
Source : BBC News

The Domino Effect..Syria next

BEIRUT — The toppling of the presidents in Tunisia and Egypt precipitated a tumult of revolutionary fervor that promises to transform the Middle East, but the potential collapse of the Syrian regime could wreak havoc of a very different kind.

In Syria, the fall of President Bashar al-Assad would unleash a cataclysm of chaos, sectarian strife and extremism that spreads far beyond its borders, threatening not only the entrenched rulers already battling to hold at bay a clamor for democratic change but also the entire balance of power in the volatile region, analysts and experts say.

With Syria’s minority Shiite Alawite government overseeing a majority Sunni population, its strategic location and its web of alliances including the radical Hamas and Hezbollah movements, regime change could look a lot more like it did in Iraq than in Egypt — and the ramifications could prove even more profound.

“If the regime collapses you will have civil war and it will spread throughout the region,” engulfing Lebanon, Iraq, Saudi Arabia and beyond, said Hilal Khashan, professor of political science at the American University of Beirut. “A collapse of the Syrian regime is a doomsday scenario for the entire Middle East.”

Its profoundly interesting to see domino effect in its play. Tunisia, Egypt, Libya and now Syria and the question is.."Who is behind this master plot?".
(Source : Washington Post)

Thursday, April 28, 2011



Korang nak PDF Handsad Parliment-krisis perlembagaan 1993 - Kenyataan President PERKASA datok Paduka Brahim Ali yg maha perkasa tu... Jilit II, Bil 67, 18 January 1993.

Dalam kenyataan tersebut Brahim Ali menyatakan yang beliau sanggup berperang dgn Raja2 melayu dan keris Taming Sari tetap terhunus di tangannya...
Aku tulis sedikit petikan kata2 celupar beliau terhadap DYMM Agung..

" Ampun Tuangku, Keris ditangan ini keris Taming Sari, Kami datang tidak dijemput pergi kami tidak perlu disuruh. Kami datang menuntut janji, janji diikat antara Lemang Lebar Daun dan Sang Purba..Kami bercakap bukan bahasa Tuah setia membuta.."

" Keris di tangan ini Keris Taming Sari, Keris bersepuh besi Kursani, Semangatnya meresap jiwa rakyat menjadi berani. Ingat Tuanku Bila Taming Sari Menuntut Janji, 7 Purnama angin Terhenti, 7 keturunan akan bermimpi."

Kemuncak penderhakaan Brahim Ali yg mengugut DYMM Agung :

" waspadalah tuanku, Jebat menikam dengan Taming Sari, Taming Sari yang berlanggir darah satu warna, Bagaimana pula kalau Taming Sari ku ini menuntut Darah KELAINAN WARNA. Taming Sari ditangan inilah yang akan menentukan segala.."

Hebat Pak Berahim ikut telunjuk Mahatir.. Masa Pak Brahim mengucapkan Taming Sarinya menuntut KELAINAN WARNA ( Darah Raja2 Melayu )..

Mahatir membangunkan dirinya sedikit dan menunjukkan sokongan dan tanda " Good " dengan kedua2 tangannya...

Wahai UMNGOK yg teramat-amat BONGOK inilah adalah Fakta sebenar jangan korang buat pekak babi pulak.

Itulah dia Pak Braim President PERKASA yang hebat bersandiwara semata2 demi kepentingan Politiknya.. Sifat yang sama seperti Patih Karma Wijaya pada Zaman Melaka dahulu.

Patutnya ahli2 PERKASA yang semuanya belum Mumaiyiz tu kena Laungkan Kalimat.

" Hidup PERKASA.. Hidup Patih Karma Wijaya."

Nak Dengar jugak komen UMNGOK dalam isu penderhakaan UMNO terhadap Raja2 Melayu dalam krisis perlembagaan 1993..

Apakah UMNO tidak durhaka ketika itu.. atau pun mungkin bagi BARUAH2 UMNO Darjat dan Martabat UMNO lebih tinggi dari Raja2 Melayu maka UMNO tidak dikira Durhaka.. justeru tu sampai sekarang ni tiada sebarang komen dari Ibnursysi tentang penderhakaan UMNO terhadap Raja2 melayu pada semasa krisis perlembagaan 1993..

Kalau benarlah BARUAH2 UMNGOK ihlas ingin mempertahankan Raja2 melayu sudah tentuLAH PENCACAI2 UMNGOK dan blog yg seangkatan dgn nya.
akan menyebarluaskan fakta2 melalui PDF parlimen, ucapan2 jijik pemimpin2 UMNO terhadap raja2 melayu serta keratan2 Akhbar semasa krisis perlembagaan 1993..

Apakah bagi UMNO lebih berdaulat dari Raja2 Melayu.. dan sesiapa yg menetang UMNO dikira Durhaka termasuklah Raja2 melayu itu sendiri...

Ingatlah.. Penghinaan UMNO terhadap Raja2 melayu akan tetap terpahat sebagai sejarah jijik bangsa melayu UMNO sampai ke anak cucu.. Bangkai gajah tidak boleh ditutup..

* Aku tiada sebarang kepentingan Politik.. aku menyatakan yang haq..
Aku dilahir dari rahim ibuku bukan untuk menghina sunah Rasulullah, mempersenda2kan Hukum Allah serta melakukan Syirik terhadap Allah ( Menyembah sesama Makhluk )..

Ikhlas dari :

Teuku Zacharyah Bin Teuku Nyak Khairy Iskandar..

Friday, April 15, 2011

No Matter Who Wins; Rakyat Are The True Winners

This has been the most exciting week so far this year. It doesnt matter who wins, the most important thing is the people has been empowered. Due to the strong opposition presence, YB's who were so arrogant before were made to beg like crazy. Gone are the days where they come, they see and they give rm 20. Now they plead like they are hanging from the last knot of the rope. They beg as if their life is depending on it. Now they realize that they have to work for the salary they are getting and they have to do more than mere lip service.

Today. Victory will be claimed by the party that garnered the most votes, but the true winners are the rakyat of Sarawak as there never has been such a political awakening before. The people have raised the benchmark of politics and there is no turning back. Be it BN or Pakatan, from now on they have to serve the people, they have to please the people and they have to respect the people, or else the people will teach them a cruel lesson the next time around.

To all the candidates, politicians, NGOs , Bloggers and activists who made this election such a meaningful one, you have put up one bloody good fight. And there is one more thing to do..keep your eyes open for any irregularities.

Astala Vista.

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Part 3 : Sarawak , can be it saved?

Now for the most important and delicate matter of getting the rural votes. Not to belittle the urban votes, but the rural votes are the one which actually will decide; two third or not. To start with, these are the BN friendly areas, and to make inroad is not easy. You should never ever barge into a long house and start selling your agenda.

To win their votes, you need to win their minds, to win their minds you need to win their heart, to win their heart you should be in it. The village people are the friendliest lot, they are warm, hospitable but do not offend them in any way by being arrogant or ignorant.

Anyone who aspire to become a YB in rural areas, get their party to endorse so that one can make the long journey into the heart of rural folks. Meet them every 4 months the minimum, just drop by to see if they are ok. Get some fund from party..its after all 4 months once.. and don't go empty handed.. Get something for the folks and kids.. Sit with them, eat with them and listen to their animated conversation while slowly sipping the drinks.

Dont ever try to potray that you know more, speak if it is really necessary and they love good humorous exchanges without insulting anyone. Many old people dont get to see their children often if they are working else where..but the aspiring YB's can drop by and show that they too care.

If there is a village function or death, just attend. A regularly seen face is a welcome face. If the aspiring YB's can meet them every four months in a year and 16 times in four years.. you will become their favourite son yang tak sombong. What ever you sincere and let it be seen in your behaviour.

Once they start liking you, pleading for vote will be easier. Always remember that the people are the most precious thing and you should serve them with integrity. Start now and may be BN can be given a run for its money in the next election.

For now, only their children can make the difference by returning home and making close door persuasion. Please return and change their heart and that will be the biggest service you have done to the land of your birth.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Part 2 : Sarawak can it be saved ?

Its interesting to see some reaction to my earlier posting.. which was hijacked conveniently.

One thing is very evident, the mental state of some people, where they just wanna join in to shout without even knowing what are they shouting about is empirically sketched in their words. Its a classic act of Taibs loyal "chiens". ha..ha.. They say its an insult to mention that Sarawak is the second poorest state in the nation. Thats the world bank's finding for 2011. They should be angry with the states administration for dragging Sarawak to this level..instead these few Taib's "cane" lash out at whistle blowers. So now we know who are the traitors of their own people.

My friends and I, not bothered if these Taib's loyal "perros" are angry or not. We don't care what traitors say. We only care for the "peoples right". They have the right to demand and not beg. They have the right to live a dignified life just like others.

First..when i read thru the comments, it clearly show that they didn't even understand what it meant and worst what is actually being discussed there. This could partly because of our education system that churns out students and graduates with limited proficiency in English or worst with little ability to grasp, process, understand, evaluate and justify rationally.

If they want to jump sky high and scream till shit drops out of their stink hole, i understand.. as in Malay they say "siapa yang makan cili..dia yang terasa pedas". That article , just like other "Rakyat Bloggers" article meant to safe guard the interest of people. It is meant to tell the people that they have a place in the development that is by passing them.

But if some Taib loyalist 'cobaka" want to hijack that article and say..Sarawakians being insulted, then there are no greater fools and traitors than these miserable nincompoops. Now this is the actuall insult : Taibs loyal "qens", Go ahead and lick Taib's balls all you want and you can even lick his ass.. but dont expect whole of Sarawak to do the same. Let the people live with dignity , self respect and honour.

For the people of Sarawak, the election may go either way.. but the most important thing is you let the politician work for you, and the bright and brave young people out there.. enlighten the rural folks of what is actually happening. Once they have both side of the will be a good informed decision.

It doesn't matter who wins.. but people must be allowed to hear both side of the argument. When people are able to make decision without being threaten, blackmailed or even intimidated..thats true victory and thats what democracy is all out about..until then; God save Sarawak.

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Sarawak..can it be saved?

Before I start, let me tell you that I love the people of Sarawak (Ibans and all other dayaks included)very much as they are the most wonderful and amazing people that one will ever meet. So it hurts so much that these nice people were taken for a ride by the powers to be and they don't even realisethat.

Sarawak, can it be saved?The answer is an overwhelming 'NO". Not in 50 years the People of Sarawak will have a comfortable and prosperous life like their peninsular counterparts. Why..? Well.. there are many educated Sarawakians who wake up to call of cleansing their state by eradicating cronysm and misgovernance which resulted in Sarawak being the 2nd poorest state in Malaysia. But there are also equal amount of young ones..who think that its ok for the Government to steal and cheat big time.

Why we have people, ( some of them are University graduates ) who are not really bothered about the people of Sarawak as the whole is still a mystery . Are they so blind that they can't see a thing..or are they blindly loyal that they don't care what happens to the state..

For some of long as they are able to enjoy beers in airconditoned pub. thats prosperity and peace. Do they know that even the remotest public toilet in Peninsular Malaysia has running water but half an hour from Seri Aman or Betong the people of long houses are collecting rain water to drink . Electric? Thats a distance dream.

Some even say..that so far the opposition had not done anything? How stupid that can be? For the past 48 years..the people had selected the " present" goverment over and over, election after election..and with that, giving them all the goverment machineries including salary to serve them. So why blame the opposition for not helping.. as they have no control of any of the government agencies or the billions of fund that the state get.

And the saddest part is..these so called educated people keep telling that only BN can help as they are the ones who built the roads..ohh.. for God's Sake isn't that why they are selected in the first place. To serve. To work to dedicate their life to the people who elected them. So why say they "Help". Only God helps us because he owns you and I and he can choose to help or not. Politician are our servant..they must work..and after 48 years..this is the result we have, "The second poorest state IN the entire God damn country". In any other country they would have been sacked or sent home packing.

Yet here in Sarawak , some still think only BN can save them. God Bless Sarawak.

Thursday, March 31, 2011

Bung Moktar Radin : True BN Politician

Can someone please check if these were printed " Shoot first, Ask later" on his ass or dick? It looks like BN is full of premature idiots like this who just wanted to say something so that people will know that they (BN politician) and diapers should be regularly changed for the same reason. Do you remember the picture above when he explained what his lewd sign is all about.

Wise man talk because they have something to say, fools because they have to say something. Now, can anyone get a gag order for this moron before he convinces the world that Malaysian men are dimwits .

For God's sake, how can BN even consider this man as a candidate after his "bocor" remark in his previous jesterical saga. Not to mentioned that he eloped with an actress and got married without his wife's (only legal wife at that time) knowledge. What kind of man he is if he can't even be true and honest with his own wife and BN wanted us to have him as our leader.

If BN seriously consider of getting even with the opposition, they must first get rid some of the nincompoops that they have in their band wagon.

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Stay Clear Of Nuclear

Aaahhh..its nice to be back after such a long hiatus.. A self imposed ban from blogging , a personal tragedy and the biggest comedy show of all on earth : The Malaysian Politics made me stay away from blogs. Tell me many of you really felt like throwing up when reading statesments from politicians. Goshh .. I nearly had a heart attack.

What really made me write again is the nuclear talk. Pheww..the gomen is really adamant on these. Well bright sparks.. in other countries where they have nuclear power plants.. they never blamed it on God when there is a mishap. Only in our country we see .. every landslide, flash flood and even road cracks are concluded as the act of God and no one even take responsibility or resign.

The elevated highway called MRR2 had more cracks than Samy Velu once had hair..(oppss..that was before he replanted) and now the elevated highway is wrapped up in a space age net,.( read it right NET) , the roof of a stadium collapsed and the same guy got a manmmoth contract again.. to put a roof over a VVVVIP resident and the list go on and on..

You see..these unaccountability that we are famous for is what making me shit in my pants when I heard our gomen is sooo keen in building nuclear power plants. God.. who is gonna man it. Never mind..we can afford to send 2000 people to be trained in the USSR . You mean the really qualified ones,, ? What quality..? Well if these 2000 meritless qualifiers fail to complete the training. dont worry.. we can always choose substitute from reallity programmes where the public will choose the ones they like via sms..

Muhyiddin, if you really put your money where your mouth is, why don't you build exclusive homes for all our cabinet ministers ( PM and DPM included) around the nuclear plant to prove that it is safe indeed.

Do you have the balls to take up the challenge?

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