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semalam aku n geng ade la g pantai kt doha ni (nama ye Semaisma).dlm kul 9pm kitaorg smpai kt tmpat tu dgn 3 keta.xtvt ye menangkap ketam...dh lama aku x buat xtvt outdoor cmni tp belasah je la.lepas pekena mihun goreng kitaorg pn turun la pantai yg lebih kurang 1.5 km dr port kitaorg.dlm sejuk2 di tmbah dgn cahaya bulan dpt la gak kitaorg tangkap 32 ketam + 2 sotong...tu pun sebab dh x tahan sejuk.nnti pic ye aku bg korang tgk utk 1st timer mcm kitaorg ni ok la dpt hasil yg agak memuaskn n myb nex week kitaoeg nk repeat.dlm masa aku kt pantai tu smpai lg 1 van aku ye team yg sama2 meredah kegelapan utk tngkap ketam, hasil diorg pun x kurang hebat utk 2nd round, kita org akan make sure peralatan semua complete.den BBQ dgn hasil tangkapan....siap overnite dgn xtvt2 outdoor ni kurang la ckit tahan bosan yg dh sama dgn cipan kt qatar ni hehehehehe....

adios msian...massalamah.


Benitez: Gerrard is not over-played

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Rafael Benitez has underlined just how crucial Steven Gerrard is to Liverpool's future after the Professional Footballers' Association chief executive Gordon Taylor criticised the over-use of the England midfield star.

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And Liverpool chief Benitez will have his skipper leading from the front in a crunch Premier League clash at Blackburn, with Mark Hughes' men now one place ahead of the Anfield club in the table.

Taylor, the Professional Footballers' Association chief executive, said of Gerrard: 'If that was a racehorse, the RSPCA would be on the case.'

But Benitez has shifted the blame onto England for the punishing schedule that Gerrard has had to endure this season, having started six games in the last 18 days.

And Benitez has also claimed that when Gerrard is not in the right confident frame of mind, Liverpool do not play well.

With vital league games on the horizon and three make-or-break Champions League games before mid-December, the workload will not diminish for Gerrard, who also has England's vital game with Croatia at Wembley on November 21 to contend with.

Benitez said: 'Gerrard now has his confidence back, when he is in that frame of mind he plays well and Liverpool play well.

'Beforehand he was injured, he needed to get fit but he still had to join up with the national team. He was the hero of his country because he was playing with injuries, but it is not easy to play a lot of games in a row when you are not 100% fit.

'Everybody was pushing him to do everything well for his country and the team and to play two matches in a row, sometimes that is not easy in those circumstances. It has had an effect on him ever since.

'We were missing those surging runs from midfield into the box, now he is doing that. He has the confidence to do it and that has meant the team is playing better.'

Privately, Benitez and Liverpool may think that if Gordon Taylor is worried about Gerrard being used too much, then England's decision to play him twice in five days while a broken bone in his foot was healing, needs to be addressed.

Gerrard is now back to almost his best, having scored three times in a week. Benitez says: 'Steven is playing well, he is back to fitness and in the last three games he has been much, much better. He has scored in each of those games and we are beginning to benefit from his returning form.

'He has been the difference in the team. It gives everyone more confidence, they know that if they are in trouble or we have a problem, that Stevie can score maybe the winning goal or produce the crucial tackle.

'For us that is very important. If Gerrard has confidence then the team will play better.'

He added: 'It is important to remember that when he was not playing and Alonso was with Mascherano or Sissoko in midfield, we were not playing well and it was not good enough.

'So when you have people like Alonso, Mascherano, Agger and Sissoko all fit and all playing well, and Gerrard is also playing well, then we can beat anyone.

'When they are all playing well and we have Gerrard also at his best, then we know we are a very, very good team and anything is possible.'

Taylor and Benitez have revived the age-old club versus country debate, and these days clubs sometimes target international fortnights to get their players clear of injuries and for them to rest.

But there will be little rest for Gerrard these coming weeks. Liverpool, still unbeaten in the league, have Blackburn, Newcastle, Manchester United on the horizon plus Besiktas, Porto and Marseille in Europe to contend with.

Benitez says: 'Blackburn will be equally as hard a match as our recent games with Everton and Arsenal.

'Blackburn have confidence, they now play some nice football with good players. They create chances and have really improved, it will be a tough test for us.

'When you spend two or three years close to the top four, close to the Champions League like they have, then you must give credit to the manager, Mark Hughes, for that achievement.

'It is clear they are progressing on the pitch, and after two years you can see the improvement. You need to be good in the transfer market as well as what you do every day, this is an example of a job well done.'

He added: 'This could be an important weekend in the season, with Arsenal playing Manchester United. But the key for us to keep being consistent.

'Recently the team was not playing well but the last few games we have been better. The commitment of the players has always been there, but now with us getting better results the confidence also improves.

'Everybody accepts that Arsenal are playing really, really well and could be title contenders, so for us to almost beat them and fight as well as we did last weekend, we must be pleased.

'I said to the players that after that game we must realise that we can beat anyone. We had lots of problems before and during the game with injuries and sickness, but still had the chances to have won the game.'


Liverpool News

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Steve Hunter 29 October 2007
Liverpool have been dealt a blow with the news that Fernando Torres has been ruled out of action for three weeks with an adductor injury.
A Liverpool spokesman said: "A scan this morning has shown a tear to a different adductor muscle to his original injury and we expect Fernando to be out for about three weeks.

"As for Xabi Alonso, an x-ray showed a fracture to the fourth metatarsal in his left foot. Xabi will be seen by a consultant tomorrow after which we will have a much better idea of the timescales involved.
"With regards to Javier Mascherano, he had an x-ray which has showed no bone injury, but he will receive intensive treatment on extensive bruising in his foot."


1st raya for 2007

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salam msian
even thn ni buat kali kedua nye aku beraye kt tanah arab ni.kitaorg dptla pg beraya ke umah org (even 2 umah je hehehehe)tp bgi aku rase best gak la.yg penting dpt la aku lepaskn kempunan mkn soto yg semmgnya favourite aku.
ni pic beraya kt umah bos aku yg juga x blik raya coz kena g dubai raya kedua.dptla aku cilok bunga api kepunyaan anak dier (yg dh masuk angin) utk buat posting.

p/s: selamat hari raya semua n jgn main mercun buatan sendiri k...kaboooommm...


EPL week 9

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Liverpool staged a dramatic comeback with two Dirk Kuyt penalties to claim a famous 2-1 victory in the Merseyside derby.

Sami Hyypia is desolate as Everton players celebrate his own-goal.

Liverpool had been humiliated 3-0 in the same fixture last season but claimed revenge as Everton pair Tony Hibbert and Phil Neville were sent off, before the home side were denied a late penalty.

Both Everton dismissals were for incidents that produced Liverpool's second-half penalties. Hibbert brought down Steven Gerrard in the box and Neville handled on the line.

Kuyt was coolness personified as he drilled home the spotkicks to produce a victory that will do much for Liverpool's sagging confidence.

• Benitez dismisses late penalty shout

Everton had deservedly led at the break with a Sami Hyypia own goal, but after being reduced to 10 men for much of the second period - the second red card coming in the final seconds - they could not hang on for a draw.

There was no Tim Cahill, no Fernando Torres and no Xabi Alonso despite all the speculation that these injured stars would play.

Everton boss David Moyes went for Neville and Phil Jagielka in central midfield and left James McFadden on the bench.

Liverpool opted for Kuyt and Andriy Voronin in attack, while Gerrard started on the right.

Liverpool had the early edge. Gerrard almost got on the end of a crossfield ball, dropping over Hibbert's head on the Everton right.

Liverpool exploited that same space on five minutes, when Yossi Benayoun broke down the flank and set up Voronin for a snap shot that Tim Howard half stopped before snatching the ball away from Kuyt.

But when Everton got their set-plays working, they caused problems. A couple of free-kicks and a corner were not cleared well and from one cross back in from Leon Osman, Alan Stubbs saw a header drop wide of a post.

Corners and free-kicks, swirling into the near post, were a constant source of danger as Victor Anichebe saw one header flash wide.

The Reds did hit back a minute later when John Arne Riise's 25-yard free-kick was deflected just wide, but Everton's aerial threat produced a goal after 38 minutes.

A Mikel Arteta corner was half-cleared to Stubbs, who hooked it back into the danger area, where Jagielka attempted to get in a shot and the ball cannoned off Hyypia's boot high into the net for an own goal.

After the break Joleon Lescott, fresh from his England debut, was a threat on the left along with Arteta.

Osman, Neville and Jagielka in midfield pressed quick and hard, and Liverpool were again on the back foot - until a Benayoun ball out of defence gave them a lifeline.

Gerrard set off down the left channel, stretching into Everton's half with Hibbert in pursuit. The full-back was always a yard behind and when the pair reached the box, the defender clipped Gerrard from behind and referee Mark Clattenburg instantly awarded a penalty on 53 minutes.

The official showed Hibbert the red card before Kuyt stepped up to drill home the spotkick.

Everton could have had a penalty themselves when Steve Finnan manhandled Lescott in the box soon afterwards, ahead of a Kuyt break that set up Riise for a shot over the bar.

Howard blocked a Voronin shot and Kuyt headed the rebound over the top as Liverpool searched for the second.

But Everton were still coming forward. Kuyt was booked for a flying lunge at Neville and Yakubu saw a 30-yarder shot go wide.

Liverpool then replaced Benayoun with Ryan Babel on 68 minutes, before Benitez took a very brave decision three minutes later to introduce young Brazilian midfielder Lucas Leiva for Gerrard.

The Liverpool skipper looked surprised, but trotted off to allow Lucas into central midfield and Voronin to the left. However, it was Lucas' fine ball that sent Voronin away on the left, only to scuff his shot wide.

After 77 minutes McFadden came on for Yakubu and Jermaine Pennant replaced Mohamed Sissoko, before Jamie Carragher and McFadden were booked following a tussle on the ground.

Neville was then sent off on 89 minutes for handling a Lucas shot on the line, providing Kuyt with his second penalty.

Everton finished the game complaining to Clattenburg that they should have had a last-ditch penalty for Carragher pulling down Lescott.

He refused their claim and the official was booed off after being surrounded by home players.

• Benitez dismisses late penalty shout

Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez shrugged off Everton's late penalty claim after watching his side come from behind to win the Merseyside derby 2-1 at Goodison Park.

Everton finished with nine men and Liverpool's Dirk Kuyt struck two penalties to give his side victory.

The home side deservedly led at the break following a Sami Hyypia own goal.

But after the interval Tony Hibbert brought down Steven Gerrard in the box and was dismissed, and in the final seconds Phil Neville was also shown a red card for handling Lucas' shot on the line. Kuyt blasted home both spot-kicks but Everton were denied a late penalty when Jamie Carragher appeared to manhandle Joleon Lescott.

Benitez, however, dismissed the controversial incident.

'In England you don't like to see players diving so it was a surprise to me,' he said.

Asked if his side deserved to win, the Spaniard added: 'I think so. They were playing long balls and we were trying to pass.

'We were trying to go forward, creating chances with the ball on the ground. They were using long balls and trying to keep the ball high. It was difficult.'

Benitez replaced Gerrard with Lucas with 20 minutes left and said: 'In this game, sometimes you need to play with the brain and we were playing with heart. We needed to keep the ball and pass the ball.'


Al-Kiswah Kaabah.

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BENANG emas diasingkan sebelum kerja menenun.

Raja Mesir beli 10 kampung untuk dapat hasil tenunan bagi dihantar ke Makkah

SELAIN hitam, pernahkah anda melihat kelambu Kaabah atau Al-Kiswah berwarna merah, hijau, kuning dan putih? Sebenarnya, sebelum kelambu Kaabah dilitupi kain sutera berwarna hitam, ia juga melalui zaman evolusi serta berubah warna mengikut perkembangan Islam dan kehendak pemerintah ketika itu.

Sejarah kelambu Kaabah boleh diikuti di Muzium Dua Masjid Suci yang menyimpan pelbagai kisah dan perkembangan Masjidil Haram di Makkah dan Masjid Nabawi di Madinah.

Jika selama ini penulis kurang mengambil berat mengenai sejarah kelambu Kaabah, namun kunjungan ke Muzium Dua Masjid Suci ketika menziarahi tanah suci Makkah, Ogos lalu, membolehkan penulis menghayati sejarah kelambu Kaabah serta peristiwa lain berkaitan perkembangan Islam.

Muzium yang dibina berhampiran kilang menenun Al-Kiswah itu turut memaparkan kegigihan umat Islam dalam memulihara kesucian Masjidil Haram serta usaha keluarga diraja dan Kerajaan Arab Saudi menjaga keutuhan masjid berkenaan.

Selain itu, pelbagai peralatan yang berkaitan Kaabah disimpan di sini, antaranya pintu Kaabah, tangga, peralatan menenun Al-Kiswah, penutup Hajar Aswad, al-Quran tanpa baris yang mula-mula ditulis oleh sahabat nabi, replika pancur emas dan penutup telaga zam zam.
MESIN menenun Al-Kiswah.

Ada perselisihan pendapat di kalangan sejarawan mengenai siapa yang mula-mula memasang Al-Kiswah. Ada mengatakan Nabi Ismail yang menggunakan kain diperbuat daripada kulit haiwan.

Satu pendapat lain pula mengatakan orang pertama memasang kelambu Kaabah ialah Raja Yaman, Tubba Abu Karb As'ad, kira-kira 220 tahun sebelum Hijrah yang menggunakan kain buatan Yaman ditenun benang perak.

Tradisi itu diteruskan oleh raja dan pembesar Arab yang menyediakan kelambu Kaabah daripada pelbagai warna antaranya putih, kuning, hijau dan hitam menggunakan kain sutera kasar.

Bagaimanapun, ketika itu mereka tidak membuka kelambu Kaabah yang lama sebaliknya terus meletakkan yang baru di atas dan membiarkan kelambu lama hancur sendiri.
SEORANG pekerja sedang menenun Al-Kiswah, kelambu Kaabah.

Sebelum kedatangan Islam, iaitu ketika Kaabah di bawah penguasaan kaum Quraisy, mereka menggunakan kain sutera sebagai Al-Kiswah.

Selepas penaklukan kota Makkah oleh orang Islam pada tahun ke-8 Hijrah, Rasulullah SAW memasang Al-Kiswah menggunakan kain tenunan Yaman, diikuti Khalifah Abu Bakar dan Umar Ibn Khattab. Bagaimanapun, Saidina Uthman menggunakan kain Qibti ketika pemerintahannya.

Kain sutera digunakan semula untuk Al-Kiswah pada pemerintahan Khalifah Abdul Malik Marwan.

Pada 1342 Masihi, Raja Mesir, Sultan al-Malik as-Saleh Ismail yang prihatin dengan penyediaan Al-Kiswah membeli tiga kampung, Basus, Sandabis dan Abil Ghit di daerah Qalyub untuk dijadikan wakaf bagi mendapatkan hasil tenunan membuat Al-Kiswah.

Kemudian Sultan Salim Al Usmani membeli pula tujuh kampung bagi tujuan sama.

Sewaktu Mesir diperintah oleh Mohammad Ali Basya, diwujudkan pula jawatan khusus bagi urusan pembuatan Al-Kiswah. Kelambu Kaabah yang dihasilkan di Mesir itu akan dikirim ke Makkah melalui Sinai menjelang musim haji setiap tahun.

Bagaimanapun, apabila berlaku peperangan, pemerintah Mesir tidak menghantar kelambu Kaabah pada saat tibanya musim haji seperti lazimnya pada 1924 dan 1925.

Tindakan itu mengejutkan Raja Abdul Aziz kerana Arab Saudi sudah bersedia untuk menyambut tetamu Allah menunaikan haji. Bagaimanapun, mujur ada satu kelambu Kaabah buatan Iraq yang sudah siap, masih belum dipakai dan disimpan dalam gudang. Raja Abdul Aziz segera memerintahkan kelambu itu dikeluarkan dan diletakkan pada Kaabah.

Peristiwa itu menghairankan pihak Mesir kerana Raja Abdul Aziz dapat menyiapkan kelambu Kaabah yang cukup lengkap dalam tempoh 10 hari saja. Berikutan peristiwa itu juga, Raja Abdul Aziz mengambil keputusan mendirikan sebuah kilang khusus untuk membuat Al-Kiswah.

Pada 1926, Kerajaan Mesir mengeluarkan larangan penghantaran Al-Kiswah ke Makkah membuatkan Raja Abdul Aziz segera mengumpulkan pakar kaligrafi, tukang tenun, tukang jahit dan pakar pencelup yang bertungkus lumus menyiapkan kelambu Kaabah dalam tempoh beberapa hari saja.

Raja Abdul Aziz amat berpuas hati dengan hasil kerja tangan Al-Kiswah buatan anak tempatan yang siap pada 1927 itu kerana selain diperbuat daripada kain tebal bermutu tinggi, ia diperindahkan lagi dengan tulisan kaligrafi daripada benang perak bersadur emas manakala tabir pintu Kaabah diperbuat daripada sutera asli bersulamkan benang perak bersadur emas.

Pada musim haji tahun itu dan tahun seterusnya Kaabah dipasang dengan Al-Kiswah buatan Arab Saudi.

Bagaimana pula dengan Al-Kiswah yang terpakai?

Sebelum kedatangan Islam, kelambu Kaabah ditinggalkan berlapis-lapis dan bertompok-tompok hingga buruk dan hancur sendiri sehingga timbul kebimbangan akan membebankan dan lama kelamaan berkemungkinan meruntuhkan Kaabah.

Akhirnya kelambu itu ditanggalkan dan disimpan di rumah penjaga Kaabah iaitu orang Bani Syaibah.

Sementara ada pula riwayat menyatakan pada permulaan zaman Islam, pemegang anak kunci Kaabah ketika itu, Syaibah bin Othman al-Hujubi bertanya kepada Saidatina Aisyah mengenai Al-Kiswah yang bertimbun-timbun di atas Kaabah sama ada hendak ditanggalkan dan ditanam di satu tempat supaya tidak digunakan oleh orang yang berjunub dan haid.

Aisyah menjawab: "Tidak baik dilakukan demikian, bahkan hendaklah dijualkan dan harganya itu dibelanjakan kepada jalan kebajikan dan disedekahkan kepada fakir miskin."

Ketika pemerintahan Raja Abdul Aziz as-Saud, kelambu itu diserahkan semuanya kepada Bani Syaibah dan dijual menurut budi bicaranya sendiri.

Bagaimanapun, pada awal 1960, Kerajaan Arab Saudi mengeluarkan perintah menegah jualan kelambu Kaabah bagi menjaga kesucian Islam.

FAKTA: Kelambu Kaabah

# Ditenun daripada 670 kilogram sutera putih asli dan dicelup dengan warna hitam. Luas keseluruhannya adalah 2,650 meter persegi.

# Mengandungi 47 kepingan empat segi bujur berukuran 14 meter kali 95 sentimeter.

# Sulamannya pula menggunakan 120 kilogram benang perak bersadur emas.

# Kelambu Kaabah pertama buatan anak tempatan dipasang pada 10 Zulhijjah dan padanya tertulis perkataan, “Kelambu ini yang pertama kali dibuat di Arab Saudi atas perintah Raja Abdul Aziz bin Abdul Rahman as-Saud”.

# Raja Fahd bin Abdul Aziz as-Saud yang ketika itu Timbalan Perdana Menteri Kedua merangkap Menteri Dalam Negeri Arab Saudi meletakkan batu asas pembinaan kilang baru Al-Kiswah pada 1972.

# Perasmian kilang kelambu Kaabah oleh Raja Fahd yang ketika itu Putera Mahkota merangkap Timbalan Perdana Menteri Pertama Arab Saudi pada 26 Mac 1977.


Hidangan aku di Pagi Raya

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salam msia lah kali pertama time raya aku bz giler kt dapur.selalunye bgn di pagi raya je buka2 mata tnya mak aku "mak dh siap masak ke?".but dis time smu tu aku buat ngan mmbr2 aku...tung...tang...2x smpai la kul 5 pagi baru siap tp keputusan nye mmberasangkan gak la hihihihihi...

p/s:nape kuah kacang aku gelap erkkkk?hehehehe


Sembahyang Raya kt msia embassy

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Ni pic kt embassy.nmpk aku x?hehehehehe

p/s:utk zaki,zul,radhi,asyraf,aznor n apong...selamat ari raya maaf zahir n batin


Qatar Raya awal

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salam msia

terkezut gak aku tgh lepak2 kt bilik ngan mmber2 yg x balik raya ttba je dpt kol dr mmber aku yg sok ari jumaat 121007 dh raya awal sehari dri msia.ermmm...baru nk plan sok nk buat nasi impit so mlm ni brtungkus lumus la kitaorg buat mknan sikit2 tu sok.ape2 pn aku ucapkan