The Ugly Side


last week, i went to Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan for 3 days of site visiting there. quite a beautiful and peaceful place from my point of view. nice people,nice food (so-so only!) and nice weather there too!

as usual my writing mainly concerning the people, the places, the events and etc etc etc. xD

this round, toward my people, the Malaysian, and the Malays especially.

here is part of the conversation regarding my posting here;

A 40 Years old Malay Man and Me, on the 1st day.
Man: greetings sir! what kind of project is this?
Me: greetings. hurm, dis is a project for Majlis Perbandaran, a street lamp powered by a solar panel and a wind turbine. No electricity used later on to run the lamp.
Man: Owh, i see. Quite big size of the pole huh? Does it working well?
Me: Sure, to support the panel and turbine.also to obtain the preferably height of the lamp. Sure, tests have been done many times before.
Man: owhhh! okay then. continue with your work yah!
Me: smiling to him :)

Another 40 Years old Malay Man and Me, on the 2nd day.
Man: Greetings sir! its already two days, and yet the installation not yet finished huh?
Me: Well, as you can see sir, its quite new and complicated. We are facing some problems and try to encounter it.
Man: Owh really? Orite then.
Me: Again Smilling. :)

Another Person came to visit the site, this time round, A food importer businessman from Germany-this man has been staying in Malaysia for about 3 years.
Man: Such an interesting project you guys have it here. i can see it is running using solar and wind turbine.
Me: Oo yeah sir. Do you know the main purpose of this newly project?
Man: Sure, back to my hometown in Germany, my father has his own solar panel, enough to run the small booth in front of our house there. This thing is really good. We are talking about sustainability, global warming and saving cost for the street lamps.
Me:oo that is really interesting,indeed.
Man:For of course! alright young man, continue with your job then. May I take a few photos here?
Me: Be my guest :)

that is part of the conversation between two types of people, which i may concluded into these,
Different views in terms of;
1. Mentality,
2. Environmentally Awareness,
3. Function of Technology (the usage and the main purpose)

the M-basically just now how to condemn 'pigly' without knowing any facts, and rough ideas of what is going on. AND YET! they still want to criticize!
the F-even a person who does not have proper edu, not being related to the field, they are still have the basic ideas of what is going on around the world and eager to know the function of anything. UNLIKE the M.

Whats Say You?
U be the JUDGE.

Seriously, i was quite shocked with the ethics and way of thinking of the people

Is it? or just a poser statement?


i found this all over my Facebook wall today, through some of the people in my friends' list came out with these....
"ENGINEERING" has been chosen as the TOUGHEST course among all d courses including BCOM, Bca, IAS, IPS n MBBS; by d Guinnes Book of World Recrds, on 18Aug2010. It hs 58 univrsty xams + 130 seris xams + 174 asignmnts wthn 4 years (max 750 wrkng dys). All engineers post dis on ur wall 4 atleast 2hrs & b proud to be an engineer!
courtesy only an Engineering Student can understand the value of study on Last Night.

i really wonder, are they the REAL engineers to be?
or just like me? heh heh :D whats say you? u defined who u r! dont be such a poser, its better to be a loser anyhow.

Dowry in Islam

Salam and Greeting readers,

“The best of mahrs is the simplest (or most affordable).”

Narrated by al-Haakim and al-Bayhaqi, classed as saheeh by al-Albaani in Saheeh al-Jaami’, 3279

Mahr (dowry) is a fiqh term meaning the amount of money paid to the bride during marriage, the goods or the amount of money that a woman deserves by signing the marriage contract.

Mahr is the right of the woman; she does not have to give it to her husband to spend it on the expenses of their home. However, she may give it to her husband on her own accord, without any force.

Islam does not order the woman to save money in order to give it to the man when she gets married as it is the practice in Christianity; on the contrary, it orders the man to give the woman something as a present and as a symbol of his desire for her. Men are obliged to pay mahr; not women in Islam. It is as a result of the respect shown to women.

“According to Imam Malik, the minimum amount of mahr is three Silver Dirhams equivalent to 1/4 Gold Dinar. That madhhab (sect) based that comparison to their own criteria for theft. The minimum amount for the punishment of theft is one dinar gold coin; mahr was compared to that. One dinar gold coin equaled to ten dirhams silver money.

“Abu Hanifah had come to a similar conclusion before him. For he compared the dowry with the cutting of the hand. In his system, the hand cannot be cut, except in a dinar or twelve dirhams and according to him there is no dowry below that” (Qurtubi)

“Imam Shafii and Ahmad b. Hanbal did not determine a minimum limit for mahr. Their evidence is that there is no minimum limit for mahr in the verse regarding mahr”


Women! You are worth no less than a gold dinar or more! ;)

:credit to Sakinah

Curios how much 1 gold dinar is now? Refer:



It is REALLY hard to Admit Something?

Salam and Greetings,

Its been almost months...
the issue of 'back to back hitting' has become TOP NEWS throughout the Nation...
and yet,

the so called 'Victim' did admit he was hit, but the 'DO-er' still..
keep quiet to himself.
Only God Knows...
So what do you think?

p/s: common sense to your sense, whats a big deal if you NEVER did something and somehow people are pointing the badness at you. Will you keep quiet, or fight for your right?


Its irritating chaps!
Peace yeah!

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