Sunday, July 29, 2012

Top 5 Healthy Foods to eat During Ramadan (After breaking fast till before dawn)

They contain a unique blend of glucose and fructose and have a very high potassium content (about 64% more than bananas). They have a nutrient called beta-D-glucan which is a soluble fiber that has health benefits and can increase the feeling of fullness.

Raw, Unfiltered Honey
This contains many phytochemicals and flavonoids that can enhance health. Honey is very good for increasing energy. It is an excellent source of antioxidants. In fact, ORAC tests show it has the highest level of antioxidants of virtually any natural food on earth! It even has anti-bacterial effects. Take 1-2 tablespoons daily.

Cocktail Jelly (Agar-Agar Cocktail)

2 tins cocktail
2 packs agar-agar
2400 ml water
15 tbsp sugar
A pinch of salt
200g evaporated creamer

Wash and soak 2 packs of ‘agar-agar’ while the water boils

Separate fruits cocktail and cocktail water (will acquire 400ml cocktail water from 2 tins cocktail)
Mix 400ml cocktail water with 200g evaporated creamer

Sunday, July 8, 2012

From July 1, Food Outlets Without Jakim Halal Logo Risk Fine, Jail

Starting July 1, all food outlet operators who are still using and displaying halal logo not issued by the Malaysian Islamic Development Department (Jakim) or State Religious Council (MAIN), will be liable to a FINE and IMPRISONMENT. 

Saturday, July 7, 2012

New tools to change a tyre : "Nutty-Notty"

The Nutty-Notty package comprises three main components which are a hydraulic pump, a ratchet wrench and the "Nutty-Notty" arm. The "Nutty-Notty" arm they created enables the ratchet wrench to be latched onto the hydraulic pump. It will only take two minutes or less to remove each of the screws compared to the conventional method which will take about 10-15 minutes to loosen the nuts. The device is safe to use and easy to operate. 
Congrats to Nutty-Notty inventorz !

Source : nst:nutty way to change tyres

Sunday, July 1, 2012

The History of Islamic Months

by Imam al-Qarafi | Translated by Suhaib Webb

The names of the Islamic months are rooted in certain events that took place in them. Ramadan is named after Ramda; Ramda are stones heated by the sun during summer. Shawal is derived from the lifting (Ar. shayl) of a camel’s tail to ward off flies (because of the extreme heat). Dhul Q`adah is named such because it was the first sacred month that prohibited fighting. Thus, people sat (refrained from fighting) during that time. Dhu al-Hijja is named such because the Hajj coincides with it. Muharram takes its name because fighting is prohibited during it. Safar takes its name from sifir, which means to be empty, because the trails that the Arabs used for travel and business were empty because the sacred months had ended and fighting returned. Rab`i al-Awal and Rab`i al-Thani took their names from rab`i al-’ashab (dense grass) because it grew during these two months. Jumad al-Ula and Jumad al-Thani took their names from jumad al-ma (Eng. ice), because these two months occurred while it was cold. Rajab is coined as such because it is a sacred month. Sha`ban is taken from a word which means to split and divide. It took its name because the Arabs would return to fighting upon its onset and divide themselves.

Translated from Al-Dhakhira by Imam al-Qarafi, vol. 2 pg. 486

Source : suhaibwebb 

Marah @ Anger

As a Muslim, there is 3 simple action may be taken when anger sparks : 

1-      Recite Ta’awwuz many times.
Bermaksud : Aku memohon perlindungan Allah daripada Syaitan yang direjam

2-      Change your physical position.
If you are standing, sit down. If you are facing left, then change to right.

3-      Ablution (wudhu’).
Anger from Satan. Satan was made from fire. So to put out the fire is by water which is wudhu’.

Alhamdulillah..Suddenly aku ber muhasabah diri. I felt so very the angriest for the past few days and I was asking the same question to MySelf either. WHY I WAS SO ANGRY?

Kenapa marah?
-Sbb bengang dengan kata-kata insan itu

Kenapa nak bengang dengan kata-kata itu?
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