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struggle

menjalani

Last Update: 2012-11-02
Subject: General
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struggle

bergelut

Last Update: 2013-12-12
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Reference: Anonymous

struggle

perjuangan

Last Update: 2013-10-26
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Reference: Anonymous

Armed struggle

Gerila

Last Update: 2013-04-25
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Reference: Wikipedia

after power struggle

perebutan kuasa

Last Update: 2013-11-09
Subject: General
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Reference: Anonymous

Toil and struggle now, so later on you can have it easy

susah-susah dahulu senang-senang kemudian

Last Update: 2013-11-03
Subject: General
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What if Islam had never existed? To some, it's a comforting thought: No clash of civilizations, no holy wars, no terrorists. Would Christianity have taken over the world? Would the Middle East be a peaceful beacon of democracy? Would 9/11 have happened? In fact, remove Islam from the path of history, and the world ends up pretty much where it is today. Imagine, if you will, a world without Islam. admittedly an almost inconceivable state of affairs given its charged centrality in our daily news headlines. Islam seems to lie behind a broad range of international disorders: suicide attacks, car bombings, military occupations, resistance struggles, riots, fatwas, jihads, guerrilla warfare, threatening videos, and 9/11 itself. "Islam" seems to offer an instant and uncomplicated analytical touchstone, enabling us to make sense of today's convulsive world. Indeed, for some neoconservatives, "Islamofascism" is now our sworn foe in a looming "World War III". But indulge me for a moment. What if there were no such thing as Islam? What if there had never been a Prophet Mohammed, no saga of the spread of Islam across vast parts of the Middle East, Asia, and Africa? Given our intense current focus on terrorism, war, and rampant anti-Americanism—some of the most emotional international issues of the day—it's vital to understand the true sources of these crises. Is Islam, in fact, the source of the problem, or does it tend to lie with other less obvious and deeper factors? For the sake of argument, in an act of historical imagination, picture a Middle East in which Islam had never appeared. Would we then be spared many of the current challenges before us? Would the Middle East be more peaceful? How different might the character of East-West relations be? Without Islam, surely the international order would present a very different picture than it does today. Or would it?

Sejajar dengan perkembangan kemajuan pendidikan umat Islam hari ini, beberapa siri dialog intelek atau seminar-seminar kefahaman Islam yang boleh dilakukan bagi menyampaikan mesej yang jelas kepada Muslim dan juga bukan Islam, ini termasuklah dialog antara agama seperti yang dilakukan oleh beberapa pertubuhan islam antarabangsa bagi mendidik masyarakat untuk memahami Islam dengan lebih dekat dan jelas tanpa sebarang keraguan yang dihadapi oleh bukan Islam selama ini. Sessi dialog atau seminar ini mampu menarik minat pelbagai pihak dari pelbagai latarbelakang dan bidang untuk menyertai. Terutama sekali bagi golongan intelek atau berpendidikan yang mempunyai semangat ingin tahu terhadap isu-isu terkini mengenai Islam kerana mereka mengalaminya dan ingin memperbetulkan salah faham mereka terhadap Islam selama ini. Tidak dinafikan selepas beberapa siri dialog atau seminar. Ada dikalangan mereka menerima Islam dan seterusnya memeluk Islam kerana setelah mendalami Islam melalui siri seminar kefahaman Islam, mereka mengakui bahawa indahnya Islam dari segala aspek yang sentiasa menghubungkan setiap kehidupan dengan Tuhan

Last Update: 2014-03-30
Subject: General
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Two brother, Yap Soo and Yap Soo Lin, were drowned in a disused mining pool in Petaling Jaya today. It is believed that brother and two of their friends played truant from school to go fishing. Armed with a few fishing rods they brought from home, they came to the mining pool said to be teeming with fish and deposide their school bags under a large shady tree. Using some fish to go on hook. But the way hot, and Soo Lin, younger brother became restless and desided to take a dip in the water. A few minute after Soo Lin jumped into the water, he got into some difficulties and shouted for help. Soo Chin instantly dived in to save his brother. He too got into difficulty. Both of them began struggling and screaming for help. Seeing the dangerous sitution they were in, their two friends panickned and screamed desperatly. Two nearby heard their screams and rusher to the screams and rusher to the scene. Two of them immdeiatly dived into the pool to save the boys but it was too late. There boys had disappeared. It took the police divers about three hours to recover the bodies.

bola ping pong

Last Update: 2014-03-22
Subject: General
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