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Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Monday, February 27, 2012

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Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Sinai Expedition 2012

Sinai Expedition 2012

(credited to Nasirah Nasruddin)

(credited to Nasirah Nasruddin)

(credited to nas)

(credited to nas)

(look how happy they are!)
nice view right?

mosque-besides the mosque, there also a church

Ustaz Ammar was giving tazkirah

(credited to nasirah- ALL PICTURES were taken by her)

             SINAI EXPEDITION 2012

                I sweated through itch thick of my winter coat and got panicked. No, this couldn’t be good, I thought. Where exactly did I put my mineral water? It was only a small bottle that dived inside my backpack. I emptied the first pocket inside the bag, then again, examined inside the bag and see if anything concealed it. I gave a huge long sigh and almost cried for help. Both my lower limbs started to shake and giggled exaggeratedly as the expedition is about to start within a minute. I moved out through the crowd and went out to the near shop if there is any bottle of mineral water sold there. Ustaz asked me for what reasons I came down to the shop, as the amazing journey is about to begin and I answered thoroughly. He quickly escorted me to buy a bottle of mineral water after my helpful explanation. I gave him two ginayh and quickly made my way up to the crowd.

                Nasirah called up my name and I found her somewhere in the middle of the crowd. “Ave the bottle?”I nodded without hesitating and quickly grabbed my torchlight and lighted it up. I exhaled out the long exhaustion and prepared myself for the long journey. I bear in mind that this will be the most tiring activity ever because within this 20 years of living I never mount any mountain, hike any hill and perhaps marathon for hours! 21 February 2012 I may begin a whole new chapter or maybe begin my own records. This expedition took about five hours to mount the top of Sinai’s mountain and about two or three hours to arrive back to bus. It was a killing and most passionate mission to deal with. I wanted to mount you-SINAI! Here I come!

                DARKNESS-that was all I could say for the starting. I couldn’t see anything and felt nothing except emptiness and coldness that sipped through my clothes and bite the bones making the whole body shaking and shivering for heat. I had my walking stick, no; I should call him, the magic walking stick together with my torchlight that led the way. Along the starting, I saw only rocks, sands, and to be more shocking, there were lots of camel’s feces. Actually, I wondered at first, what is that thing? It was somehow ovals in shape, sometimes I found it crashed, and some moment it was fresh and dark in color. Whether it was the feces of camels or feces of some animals, nothing can stop my way; it was only death that can stop me from being on the top of the mountain! I was really eager to be on the apex of the Sinai’s mountain as I imagined myself flying Malaysia’s flag and hailed out, “Allahuakbar” for three times and cried as I see the amazing view of what Allah had created.

                I torched the way and begun tired. Not to forget how loud my friends breathe that broke the silences. It was only one hour after we had started, and we had only passed the first check point! There were 11 check points more to go. I injected some motivation to myself.

“Today I will remove my limitations and barriers by realizing that although others can stop me temporarily, I am the only one who can stop me permanently!”

“At some point in life, we would say life is tough, though you never know until you say ‘you can do this’ to yourself and found that you are tougher than you are thought. And bear in mind, you are the winner among the winner!”

“Patience and silence are two powerful energies. Patience makes you mentally strong and silence makes you emotionally strong.”

“your dream are priceless. Start acting like it in everything you do! Tell yourself that you can live your dreams every day. Remember, be the person that you can be proud of!”

“Allah didn’t see how we score that something, He valued you by seeing whether you are effortless or endeavor”
                     I blinked twice. I felt something in my eyes and asked for a pause and rested at the side of the rocks while giving way to the others to continue the expedition. She gave me a bit of chocolate and we take some sipped of juice to risen back the energies. I felt tired and I wanted to sleep. It was already three in the morning and I lost counts for the check points. I saw some Korean group hiking up after us and behind them there were my friends and Ustaz Muaz. “Ustaz, what check point is this?” Ustaz replied loudly, “it’s the fifth check point!! Come let’s go!! We need to be on top of the mountain before the sun rise. Come let’s go!! Up we go!!” he boosted up my motivation and I was glad to meet my other friend’s motivations that we need to settle this mission. I got up from the rocks and together off again for the journey.
                Suddenly, Nasirah’s torchlight was dimming off. Without being asked by her, I led the way as the torchlight I bought a day before the expedition in Carrefour had given me a good mood to set up my mind that everything will be alright and fine. The white light that glow the path was actually caused by the LED that can save up for more than hours. I thank God that I made a good decision to buy it rather than buying a cheaper one that only shine yellow light with small range of light and almost dimmed fast. Just after the incident, I heard someone from the back, “someone in front, help, there’s someone vomiting here!” I couldn’t see anything except some shadows of moving two or three people several steps before me. I lighted the way, and heard few girls trying to help her friend that was sick. Luckily Ustaz arrived at the place and helped out. I started to think…

                When we were sick, who do we most needed more? When we need some revision books, who we comfortably would ask to? When we have the hardest times, who did came to us first? The most important thing that I always wanted to remember that, a friend was the one that came up helping us through our hard times. But how do you really appreciate your friends that much? You talked back? You curse her/him? You make jokes about her weakness? Sometimes, we didn’t realized how bad we had treated them. We forget and yes, we can forgive. Forgive our self for being such a jerk to them. And thank them, hug them and together ride the journey with the help of Allah. InsyaAllah, we can feel the sweetness and removed all the bitterness about life.

                I made mistakes in my steps and felt down. “nawar are u ok?”…“nawar did u injured yourself?”... “nawar can u stand up?”… (everything was ok except when I got back home, I found two bruises on my left leg)

                My name is Nawar and I am afraid of heights!

                We started to hike almost the top, and I finally discovered that I could not walk more up the hill just because of the trauma. I hated heights and I always hate them. My legs cramped and every time I tried to stand still, I started to fall again. I could not do this anymore. It was a whole burden to me. ‘Why am I acting like this? This isn’t me.’ One by one my friends passed through me and yet there will always someone helping me out. They knew of my problems and started to hold my hand together and led the way up to the mountain. I was shivering! I could not look down. It almost sun rise and the sun shone the mount. It was so high up that I was hiking up the hill. Couldn’t believe that I was trying to mount on the second or the first highest mountain in Egypt with 2600m height! Ustaz said, there were so many thoughts that say the Sinai’s Mountain was the second or first highest mountain in Egypt. He could not give the correct fact and yet I was on it!

                All of my friends made their way before sun rise, but I failed together with my other two friends. We prayed over the edges of the sloping rocks and prayed to god that ‘please, I really want to be there… help me Ya Allah!’

                “It was never too late to try. It was not the end of the world. It will be you on top there if you keep on the spirit. Go nawar!”

                Ustaz was there when the last three of us could not get up and hike more because of individual’s issues. I told ustaz that I really wanted to go up as we almost there. He tied her shawl over his right hand and asked me to grab it at the end. Together with careful steps, he guided me up. I watched over my steps and didn’t have a chance to glimpse down because I know I would freak out more. Even though I didn’t hike up myself, with my own ability, even though I need someone to led the way, even though I almost cried and gave up, even though I was one of the last three participant that came late, I was proud OF MYSELF that I made through!!!!! I was finally on the top of Sinai’s mountain with looking proud of myself that I was able to be on top of it. I burst out tears of joy and again prayed to God for the lovely journey.

                I always believe that behind those big walls, behind this revolution, behind these obstacles, there will be something good waiting for me maybe rainbows that colors and light up my day and life. Just always make some believes to yourself! Always believe…

Saturday, February 11, 2012

LATEST ! Passport

9 Februari 2012 - Maklumat terkini berkenaan status visa dan hal-hal berkaitan.

Pihak universiti tidak dapat mengeluarkan surat back-up seperti yang telah diberitahu sebelum ini.
Sesiapa yang telah membayar penalty visa sebanyak 153 LE sebelum ini dan akan melancong keluar Mesir, pihak universiti telah mengembalikan semula wang anda. Justeru, wang tersebut akan diberi semasa penyerahan passport. Bagi mereka yang sudah membayar penalty, dan tidak keluar dari Mesir, wang penalty anda masih berada di pihak universiti.

Tindakan yang perlu diambil oleh anda:

Apabila telah menerima passport, sila check anda berada dalam kategori A, B, C, atau D.

Kategori A : Passport telah ada no giliran

1.Sediakan 153 LE denda yang MUNGKIN dikenakan di airport.(ini hanyalah persediaan bagi kemungkinan yang akan timbul) (walaupun uni bagi jaminan yang ada no giliran tidak akan didenda, sekadar langkah berjaga-jaga)
2. Kembali semula ke Mesir dan mendapat visa on arrival (VOA) selama 2 minggu.
3. Pulangkan semula passport dengan SEGERA. *PENTING*

Kategori B : Passport tiada no giliran

1. Sediakan 153 LE denda yang akan dikenakan di airport ( tiada jaminan yang dapat diberikan)
2. Kembali semula ke Mesir dan mendapat visa on arrival (VOA) selama 2 minggu.
3. Pulangkan semula passport dengan SEGERA SEBELUM VOA anda expired.(Satu alternatif bagi mengelakkan anda membayar penalty visa) *PENTING*
4. Anda mungkin perlu membayar penalty visa 153 LE.

Kategori C : Passport yang memiliki visa

1.Tidak perlu pulangkan dan simpan passport anda dengan baik.

Kategori D : Pelajar yang ke SINAI sahaja

Passport yang ada no giliran

1. Pulangkan passport dengan SEGERA selepas pulang dari bercuti.

Passport yang tiada no giliran

1. Pulangkan passport dengan SEGERA + bayaran penalty visa 153LE. (bagi yang belum menjelaskan bayaran penalty)

Mengikut pengalaman pelajar yang telah ke Sinai sebelum ini, visa akan di check semasa berada di Toba.(Dan  selalunya askar akan check orang depan-depan je.Wallahua'lam)

Akan tetapi boleh dikatakan ramai dari pelajar yang akan ke Sinai tidak memiliki visa.

Maka beberapa cadangan untuk mengatasi masalah ni:
-Make sure senior /mana-mana pelajar yang ada visa duduk depan
-Prepare ayat yang sesuai untuk communicate dengan askar arab tu in case tercheck student yang tiada visa.
-Bawa bersama student card(kernih)

*Hal ini akan diuruskan oleh pihak pengurusan Sinai insyaAllah*

Peringatan Penting :  Kerjasama dari anda semua untuk memulangkan passport dengan segera sebelum VOA 2 minggu tamat tempoh amatlah diharapkan. Apabila tiba di Mesir, sila hubungi wakil unit kebajikan dengan segera untuk pemulangan passport, kami sentiasa ada untuk anda.

"Mulalah hari anda dengan senyuman kesyukuran dan penyerahan kepada Dia (Allah) untuk memimpin serta menguruskan urusan kita.InshaAllah semoga urusan perjalanan dipermudahkanNya.Ameen."

Sebarang persoalan boleh hubungi :

Amirul Muttaqin Sham : 0114-1696462
Nur Nazihah Mohd Amin: 0114-1081614


Wednesday, February 8, 2012


(pray.because ALLAH always listens)

done by nawar :)

(i did some readings to Maria Elena' s blog.*click here for more information-maria elena*i amazed that she tries to be a better person! it doesn't really matter of who says, its a matter of what he/she doesn't really matter of who wrote here and there but matters of what he/she tries to enlight and highlight the words, sentences, and ideas.  if we wait for a better time, place, passionate, and intelligence to say what a must says, there will no changes of what the world will be in the future.mentality and maturity came along together with the principle of life.agree? what a waste of ones when he looks but doesn't listen. he knows but never applies. he says but never does of what he should(praying for a better me instead, a better one to initiate-generating them know!).



Assalamualaikum wbt

confession: i am quite an impatient person.
when i dig deep within myself, i found that the thing i hate most, is waiting. no matter what form.
sometimes when waiting gets to my nerves, i get angry.
and when i'm angry, astaghfirullahalazim..

it's very disappointing.
i used to ask myself "why is it that you can change your outlook, change your lifestyle and whatnot, but you can't be patient and control your temper?" everytime after i've done something stupid because i was too impatient. that's the thing about me. i know i need to chill, to sabar and calm down, but the next time, the same cycle will happen again.

Allah Maha Adil.
He knows i am an impatient person, so He tests me by letting me handle the most impatient client. i felt harassed almost everyday by the number of calls, emails and texts that i almost always lost my temper. since i can't just throw my tantrum at work (don't want my colleagues and bosses to think i'm unprofessional), i let it out by throwing rocks, slamming my car door (as if that helps! pfft), and what's worse, sometimes, i would let some cursing slip off of my tongue after talking or replying my client's email.
in hopes that it could make me feel better.
it doesn't and never did. but i do it anyway =\

then one day, not long ago, i did solat jemaah isyak in a masjid near my workplace. on the second rakaat, the imam's mic's volume went lower and lower thus causing the imam to recite the surahs louder so that we could all hear him. but i couldn't hear him anyway.. 'cause of that, my mind started to wander. i started thinking about the most random things and then suddenly i realised the imam dah rukuk. so of course i followed. then i thought to myself, "ya Allah, sorry ek.. apasal la i tak kuat iman ni.. i hope You can wait for me (to be beriman enough)".

it was like a tight slap given across my face as i stood for qiyam..

how dare i.. how dare i ask Allah swt to wait for me, whereas i couldn't even wait for others?
how can i ask Allah, The Almighty, to be patient with me, when i can't with others?
how dare i ask Allah, The Giver of Life and Giver of Death, to wait for me to be a better person, as if i'm the one who gets to decide when i want to die?

i cried while praying that time.
and when i read Surah Al-fatihah, fresh tears streamed down my face.

Surah Al- fatihah:

Bismillahirrahmanirahim (In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful)
Alhamdulillahi rabbil 'aalamin (All praise and thanks are Allah's, the Lord of the Alamin - mankind, jinn & all that exists)
Ar-rahman ir-raheem (The Most Gracious, the Most Merciful)
Maaliki yawm id-deen (The Only Owner (and the Only Ruling Judge) of the Day of Recompense)
Iyaaka na'budu waiyaka nasta'een (You (alone) we worship, and You (alone) we ask for help - for each and everything)
Ihdina ssirat al-mustaqeem (Guide us to the Straight Way)
Siraat alladheena an'amta 'alayhim, ghairil maghdoobi 'alayhim wa lad-daleen (The Way of those on whom you have bestowed Your Grace, not the way of those who earned Your Anger, nor of those who went astray)

my life could be taken away whenever He pleases, and there i was, asking Him to wait.
"how dare you.." i kept saying to myself.. indeed. how dare me..

i'm sharing this side of me which i'm ashamed of to those of you reading this.. and i'm sharing it because i know there are some people who share this same problem. we're only human. we make mistakes, and we're far from perfect. but it's time to change.. we'll never know if we have a 'tomorrow'.

so here's my new year's resolution. instead of a list of things that i want to do, i only have one thing that i need to do.

i need to be patient.

to be patient when doa, performing prayers, listening to others, eating, executing tasks, basically everything and anything. insyAllah.. 

Surah Al-Imran (3:120);
"..But if you remain patient and become Al-Muttaqun (the pious), not the least harm will their cunning do to you."

Surah Hud (11:115);
"And be patient, verily, Allah wastes not the reward of the good-doers."

Guide us to the Straight Way

lets pray for a better person!!!

Sunday, February 5, 2012

Status Visa & FAQ

5 Februari 2012 - Selepas bertemu dengan pihak universiti hari ini, imigresen Mesir telah menyiapkan visa berjumlah 24 orang ( termasuk yang tidak memberi nama untuk keluar Mesir)  dan kesemua passport berkenaan telah diambil oleh unit kebajikan (UK).Bagi pelajar lain masih lagi menunggu giliran.

Berikut adalah senarai nama pemegang passport yang telah siap visa: 


Di sini dinyatakan jawapan bagi soalan-soalan yang kerap ditanya berkenaan visa dan passport.

1) Bilakah saya boleh mendapat passport untuk urusan keluar Mesir winter nanti? 

InshAllah wakil unit kebajikan akan mengambil passport anda 2 atau 3 hari sebelum berakhirnya paper final pada 13 Februari 2012.

2) Adakah saya akan didenda di airport?

Keadaan 1 : Bagi yang telah ada no giliran 

InshaAllah,pihak universiti telah berjanji tiada masalah.Wakil UK telah berjumpa Miss Nisreen 
dan meminta agar surat sokongan universiti dikeluarkan sebagai back-up jika apa-apa masalah berlaku ketika berada di airport nanti.

Keadaan 2:  bagi yang masih TIDAK ADA no giliran apabila terima passport pada 13 Feb

 2012 nanti.

Surat sokongan dari uni akan menjelaskan bahawa kita sudah membayar penalty, dan masih menunggu giliran (que) untuk dihantar ke imigresen. Dengan surat sokongan tu, insyaAllah selamat.

Keadaan 3: "special case"

kriteria special case

- saya perlu membayar penalti visa 153 LE tetapi tidak berbuat demikian.

- saya ingin keluar Mesir winter break nanti

Pihak UK telah mencadangkan agar anda tidak menjelaskan penalti visa sebanyak 153 LE.Hal

ini bagi mengelakkan anda perlu membayar penalti visa sebanyak dua kali.Justeru, anda 
tiada pilihan melainkan membayar denda di airport semasa keluar dan masuk Mesir.

3) Passport saya telah expired, apakah tindakan yang perlu diambil?

-Renew passport anda
-Setelah urusan selesai, pulangkan semula passport kepada UK.
-Jelaskan bayaran penalti visa 153 LE

4) Adakah masalah tidak mendapat visa ini akan berlanjutan sehingga cuti summer nanti?

Ramai yang merungut tentang masalah ini.Mana tidaknya perlu ke embassy Egypt (Malaysia)
untuk memohon visa pelancong 3 bulan. 

Pihak UK tidak dapat memberi sebarang jaminan.Akan tetapi bagi memastikan kelancaran, 
anda perlulah  memberi kerjasama untuk memulangkan semula passport setelah balik 
dari bercuti kepada UK dengan SEGERA.

Jika masih lagi mempunyai sebarang keraguan, anda boleh bertanya kepada wakil UK

ikhwah Amirul Muttaqin dan akhawat Nur Nazihah.

Sebarang perubahan dari yang telah dinyatakan di atas akan diberitahu kepada anda.