Monday, December 14, 2009

Journey of my student life and my Final Year Project

My student life has begun since I was born. Systemically, I started going to school when I was three years old. After four changes of kindergartens, I finally attended primary school at the age of 7 years old. It was an ordinary governmental school where majority of students and stuff was non-muslim.

At the age of 13 I continued my secondary and high school at an Islamic school in Bangkok, Thailand. It was an amazing time for me. Alhamdulillah, There I started wearing hijab, learning Arabic and religious courses.

After 6 years in the Islamic school I opted to further my university life in IIUM, Malaysia. Here, I am taking biomedical science. It is an interesting course for me. My favorite subjects are pathology, microbiology and clinical biochemistry. Currently, I am in my final year taking environmental health concentration. The more I learned, the more I do love and concern about our environment. During my previous semester I took a subject called basic environmental law. Though it was Malaysian law, I found it very interesting. I discovered that I actually love leaning about law too. In my opinion, environmental laws in Malaysia are stricter than in my place which is good actually.

In this final semester of mine I patiently focus on my Final Year Project (FYP) as well as my other courses. My final year project is under supervision of Mdm. Norazsida Ramli, a parasitology lecturer of IIUM. The project is entitled “Prevalence and risk factors of intestinal parasitic infection among students living in campus of IIUM, kuantan” the objective of this study is to screen for intestinal parasitic infections of students who live in Kuantan campus.

Questionnaire will be administered to every subject to determine the risk factors. Faecal samples will be collected to be identify for intestinal parasites. Number of positive cases will be calculated to get prevalence no. Related risk factors will be addressed. InshaAllah, I hope that this study will benefit IIUM students in term of their health conditions as well as the hygiene condition of food, drink and restroom of our campus.

Monday, November 30, 2009

Friday, October 30, 2009

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

The everything song

I'm gonna take my bicycle and ride out to a field
And pray under the sky with the mosquitoes and the birds.
We can pray together, you can come with me.
Have you ever called Azan while standing high up in a tree?

Every single blade of grass
And every day and month that pass
and every colored leaf that decorates the fall.
Every flake of snow is different,
every place you go is different,
everyone you know is different,
that's the beauty of it all.

Allah makes picture puzzle pieces with the passing clouds
we can contemplate and dream upon the beauty of His signs.
I like to lay down with my head upon the grass,
laughing with the moon and winking back at stars that pass.

Every single star you see
and every rock within the sea
and every drop of rain that you've ever felt fall..
Every flake of snow is different,
every place you go is different,
everyone you know is different,
that's the beauty of it all.

Every print on every finger of each human on the earth
is different from each other finger print since the start of time.
Nadia speaks with her hands not a sound comes from her lips,
Abdullah doesn't use his eyes, reads with his finger tips.

Every face and you and me,
and every stripe on every bee,
every creature that you see swim, fly run or crawl,
every flake of snow is different,
every place you go is different, everyone you know is different
that's the beauty of it all.

Road To Madinah
Dawud Wharnsby Ali

Thursday, April 9, 2009

10 Things We Waste

Based on a lesson of Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyyah

1. Our Knowledge ....Wasted by not taking action with it

2. Our Actions ....Wasted by committing them without sincerity

3. Our Wealth ....Wasted by using on things that will not bring us ajr. We waste our money, our status, our authority, on things which have no benefit in this life or in akhirah.

4. Our Hearts ....Wasted because they are empty from the love of Allah, and the feeling of longing to go to Him, and a feeling of peace and contentment. In it’s place, our hearts are filled with something or someone else.

5. Our Bodies ....Wasted because we don’t use them in ibadah and service of Allah

6. Our Love ....Our emotional love is misdirected, not towards Allah, but towards something/someone else.

7. Our Time ....Wasted, not used properly, to compensate for that which has passed, by doing what is righteous to make up for past deed.

8. Our Intellect ....Wasted on things that are not beneficial, that are detrimental to society and the individual, not in contemplation or reflection.

9. Our Service ....Wasted in service of someone who will not bring us closer to Allah, or benefit in dunya.

10. Our Dhikr ....Wasted, because it does not affect us or our hearts.

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

The Existence of ALLAH







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Getting ready…

Salon, Spa, and all brides to be courses
Seem so means that is how people thought
Well, no deny it a bit important
Yet, how can we sure we aren’t being influenced

Let’s take time machine (islamic history) to the prophet era
And have a look on how religious the women were
Surah al-nur, al-ahzab were studied intensely
As a means to become a wife faithfully

Let’s take the time machine back to our era
And have a look on how materialistic we are
Wedding studio is almost in every sister’s dreams
But Qur’an and Hadith are far away from their theme

Not too late to get ready now
Grabs Qur’an tightly in your hand
And Let’s Hadith enlighten your days from now on
If HE wills, you will be the most beautiful bride His mercy eternally bestows on.

So, here are a fews hadith preparing us to be a good and beloved wife.


The Rasul of Allah (saw) said, ‘Should I
not tell you of your men who will be of the people of Jannah?
The prophets will be in Jannah, the siddiqs will be in Jannah,
the martyrs will be in jannah, a baby (dying before puberty)
will be in Jannah, and a man who visits his brother in a distant
locality, visiting him only for the sake of Allah. And as for your
women who will be of the people of Jannah: she is the loving,
bearer of many children, the one who is caring toward her
husband – the one, who, when he gets angry, puts her hand in
his and says ‘I will not taste any sleep until you are happy.’’

(Tammam Ar-Razi)


Rasulullah (saw.) said, ‘When a woman prays her Ive (prayers),
fasts her month (Ramadan), preserves her chastity, and obeys
her husband, she will be told (on the Day of Judgment), ‘Enter
Jannah from any of its (eight) gates.’
(ibn Hibban)

He (saw.) also said that the prayer of a woman who disobeys her
husband does not rise above her head until she returns
obedience). (Haakim and Tabarani)

Pleasing the Husband

Rasulullah (saw.) said, ‘The best of women is that who pleases
him (i.e. her husband) when he looks at her, obeys him when
he orders, and does not subject her person or money to what
he dislikes.’
(Ahmed and others)

Fulfilling his physical desire

Rasulullah (saw.) said, ‘When a man
invites his wife for his (sexual) need,
she should go to him, even if she
was working at the outdoor oven.’
(Ahmed, An-Nasa’i and others)