REAL VS CINEMA

REAL VS CINEMA

REAL

———- NOW THE CINEMA ———-

If Zidane is a Hero from any “WooD” (Holly, Bolly, Kolly, Tolly…)

Then Climax fight would be as follows:

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And Finally Tamil Version:


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ALUNAN ZIKIR MUNAJAT

Hari ini terpaksa penulis hadapi dengan pelbagai rasa.

Berbagai kerja yang perlu dilakukan dan semuanya berstatuskan ‘urgent’. Dan dengan menggunakan ‘alasan’ kesibukan kerja menyebabkan penulis terleka seketika untuk mengingati yang Maha Esa.

Terlupa bahawa, semua kerja yang penulis lakukan ini, jika dilakukan dengan ikhlas dan sempurna merupakan satu ibadah. Terlupa bahawa, semua masalah yang dihadapi semuanya adalah dengan izin dan ketentuan Allah.

Penulis terlupa bahawa segala masalah yang berlaku adalah sebagai tanda ingatnya Allah kepada hamba-Nya yang alpa. Sebagai tanda sifat Rahman-Nya kepada setiap hamba-Nya.

Maka terdetik pula di dalam hati mengingati kalam Allah yang berbunyi, “Tuhanku, sesungguhnya Engkau tidak menciptakan semua ini dengan sia-sia.”

Akhirnya, masa rehat yang ada penulis gunakan untuk ‘berkhalwat’ merehatkan minda dan menenangkan diri sambil mendengar alunan zikir-zikir munajat mengingati tuhan yang Maha Agung. Barulah dapat merasa ketenangan apabila mengingati keEsaan Allah.

P/s : Alunan zikir munajat boleh didengar dan didownload di sebelah kiri laman blog ini di dalam box berwarna hijau. Moga mendapat ketenangan bersama hendaknya.

MUSIBAH KEMATIAN

“Tiap-tiap yang berjiwa akan merasakan mati. Kemudian hanyalah kepada Kami kamu dikembalikan.”

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“Man, bila kamu nak balik ziarah atok lagi? Mak dengar, atok sentiasa sebut nama Man kebelakangan ini,” bicara emak minggu lepas semasa penulis menjenguk emak di rumah abang.

Apabila emak berbicara mengenai datuk, fikiran penulis terus melayang mengingatkan datuk di kampung. Bagaimana datuk terlantar di wad rawatan kecemasan. Bernafas dengan bantuan alatan pernafasan. Memikirkan kata-kata doktor yang mengatakan datuk menghadapi masalah hati peringkat ke-4 yang mana sudah tidak dapat dirawat lagi.

“Niatnya hendak balik hujung minggu ini, tapi emak pula belum balik ke sana. Jadi mungkin saya akan balik ziarah atok hujung minggu hadapan jika diizinkan Allah,” balas saya kembali.

Sememangnya niat hendak pulang ke kampung pada hari Jumaat lepas, memandangkan emak masih berada di rumah abang, penulis terpaksa tunda kepada minggu hadapan pula.

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Namun takdir Allah mengatasi segalanya.

“Man, atok sudah meninggal dan kemungkinan akan dikebumikan malam ini disebelah pusara ayah.” Itulah suara emak yang penulis dengar dari hujung talian.

Sebaik talian diputuskan, penulis terus beristighfar dan membacakan surah al-Fatihah buat datuk yang tersayang. Tersandar di kerusi pejabat seketika sambil melayan perasaan yang hiba, terkilan dan yang bercampur-baur. Terkilan sungguh bila memikirkan bagaimana seorang datuk sentiasa memanggil-manggil nama penulis dan menanti penuh harapan, namun tidak berkunjung jua. Akhirnya menghembuskan nafas yang terakhir dalam penantian.

“Mak, saya nak pulang juga,” bicara penulis ringkas.

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Di dalam perjalanan pulang ke Terengganu, dalam keadaan hati yang bercampur, telefon genggam yang berada di kerusi sebelah berbunyi menandakan ada pesanan ringkas yang masuk.

Sambil memandu, penulis capai telefon dan membaca pesanan yang masuk. Pesanan dari seorang yang sangat dikenali. Namun isi kandungan pesanan itu sungguh mengejutkan.

Seorang lagi insan yang ada dalam diari hidup penulis telah pergi menghadap Ilahi Rabbi. Namun pemergiannya sungguh indah. Pemergiannya menghadap Ilahi dalam keadaan benar-benar menghadap Ilahi, iaitu ketika di dalam solatnya yang terakhir, solat Maghrib.

Di dalam keadaan hati yang bercampur, tertekan dengan urusan kerja yang tidak berkesudahan, perasaan hati yang terkilan, mempunyai masalah komunikasi di dalam perhubungan dan bermacam lagi, sekali lagi penulis beristighfar panjang dan menghadiahkan sebuah al-Fatihah.

Tiba-tiba terlintas kembali beberapa perkataan yang pernah dibualkan dahulu bersama si arwah. Perbualan ketika mana penulis menyuruh arwah berehat kerana terlalu sibuk menguruskan suami tersayang yang terlantar sakit di hospital.

Dan dalam tenang dijawabnya, “waktu susah, waktu senang. Waktu sakit, waktu sihat. Tiada apa yang boleh memisahkan, kecuali kematian. Jika tiba saat itu barulah akak boleh berehat kerana yang mati itu adalah akak.”

Akhirnya, “berehatlah kak, inilah masanya untuk akak berehat. Selamat berehat juga untuk atok yang tersayang,” monolog penulis sendirian.

LARGEST UK UNION UNITE VOTES TO BOYCOTT ISRAEL

Largest UK Union Unite votes to boycott Israel  “a boycott of Israeli goods and services will be “similar to the boycott of South African goods during the era of apartheid”.

http://www.thejc. com/news/ uk-news/32579/ unite-votes- boycott-israel

Unite votes to boycott Israel

By Jonathan Kalmus, June 4, 2010

Britain’s largest union, Unite, has unanimously passed a motion to boycott Israeli companies at its first policy conference in Manchester on Wednesday.

The motion, which passed unanimously, called the union “to vigorously promote a policy of divestment from Israeli companies”, while a boycott of Israeli goods and services will be “similar to the boycott of South African goods during the era of apartheid”.

Reflecting the University and College Union’s call at their Manchester conference earlier in the week, Unite will similarly host a “Palestine conference” to support trade union action against Israel.

But at odds with the UCU’s call to sever links with Israel’s trade union movement Histadrut, Unite delegates voted to keep solidarity links. Stephen Scott, director of Trade Union Friends of Israel, said that indicates a split within the pro-boycott movement, many of whom realise such a call “is all very dangerous stuff.

“It would be huge for another trade union movement to expel them even when they are a democratic organisation and pass all the criteria of being a member of the international trade unions.”

Nevertheless, Mr Scott added: “All round, you now have a major player supporting the boycott and the Palestinian Solidarity Campaign, and there is no resistance.”

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http://www.ipsnews. net/news. asp?idnews= 51724

A Global Civil Society Campaign to De-Legitimise Israel?

By Thalif Deen

UNITED NATIONS, Jun 4, 2010 (IPS) – If, as expected, the U.N. Security Council remains politically impotent and refuses to penalise Israel for the killings of nine pro-Palestinian civilians on a ship carrying humanitarian aid to Gaza, what is the next course of action?

A global civil society campaign to de-legitimise Israel? Formal or informal sanctions by individual states? Worldwide arrest warrants?

All of these – and more – are in the realm of possibility, say two leading constitutional experts, Professor Richard Falk, U.N. Special Rapporteur on Occupied Palestinian Territories, and Michael Ratner, president of the New York- based Centre for Constitutional Rights.

The gridlock in the Security Council is likely to remind civil society forces that justice for the Palestinians will depend on bottom-up conflict resolution, and a global delegitimising campaign that worked so well in the struggle to defeat South African racism, Falk told IPS.

Asked how Israel could be punished and/or penalised for its atrocities – if action is to be taken outside the Security Council chambers – Falk said there are two sets of punitive responses outside of the U.N. system.

First, by strong diplomatic initiatives, as for instance, the deterioration of Israeli trade and security relations with Turkey, and others; and by some governments adopting informal or formal sanctions – again the South Africa analogy is relevant, he said.

Secondly, by civil society initiatives that move toward further de-legitimisation of Israel, such as a citizen tribunal on Israeli aggression on the high seas or slow genocide in Gaza; an intensifying campaign fueled by outrage, including the failure of the United Nations to uphold international law in relation to Israel, said Falk, who is also professor emeritus of international law at Princeton University.

Ratner told IPS the injured citizens from various countries can and should begin criminal prosecutions in their home countries against Israeli officials who ordered this attack in international waters.

“Worldwide arrest warrants should be issued. Israeli officials should understand that they may have impunity in Israel, but that they leave Israel at their peril,” he said.

The Israeli attack on the flotilla of ships carrying humanitarian aid, which resulted in the killings of eight Turkish nationals, has provoked anger and protests worldwide.

According to news reports, there were more than 600 civilians from 32 countries on board the six ships which flew the flags of Turkey, Greece and Comoros.

But after a 12-hour session Monday, the Security Council issued a tame “presidential statement” condemning what has been described by critics as “high seas piracy and banditry”.

The United States, which has traditionally thrown a protective arm around Israel – whether the Jewish state is right or wrong – was primarily responsible for “watering down” the statement and refusing to adopt a formal resolution against Israel.

Secure under a protective U.S. umbrella, Israel is unlikely to be singled out for condemnation or even subjected to Security Council sanctions or resolutions.

“Yes, it is likely that Israel will continue to enjoy de facto impunity as a result of Euro-American geopolitical protection,” Falk told IPS.

But he predicted that European support for Israel is likely to be under strain “after such a flagrant disregard of international law and such a cruel and arbitrary use of force”.

Ratner told IPS that “at some point – [and] we may be reaching that point – the anger at Israel by Muslim populations of countries like Turkey and Pakistan, and by extension their anger at the U.S., UK. and France for their continued support in the Security Council for Israeli lawlessness, may force a change.”

This is not because those countries care a whit about Palestinians, he said, but because their security depends on not alienating millions in an area they deem crucial to their economic and physical security.

“So I have not given up hope for increased pressure on Israel from the Security Council,” he said.

The Security Council’s failure to condemn this attack is also part of its failure to act on prior occasions when Israel has violated international law, such as in Gaza, said Ratner. At a minimum, the Security Council should refer this matter to the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague, he added.

“The Security Council overlooking lawlessness in the past has led to more lawlessness in the future. It has given Israel impunity to carry out horrendous human rights violations,” he noted.

As the Security Council, controlled on this issue by the U.S., the UK and France, protects Israel, “We are seeing the emergence of a remarkable phenomenon: militant activism by thousands from all over the world taking action that is the best hope for forcing a change that could end the blockade, end the settlements and has the potential to bring peace,” he said.

Addressing parliament Wednesday, a visibly angry Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that, “Even despots, gangsters and pirates have specific sensitiveness, (and) follow some specific morals.”

“But those who do not follow any morality or ethics, those who do not act with any sensitivity, to call them such names would even be a compliment to them,” he said.

“This brazen, irresponsible, reckless (Israeli) government that recognises no law and tramples on any kind of humanitarian virtue, this attack by the Israeli government must by all means be punished,” he added.

Referring to the Israeli version of the attack, Erdogan said the government in Tel Aviv, “has made lying its state policy and does not blush about the crime it commits”.

Instead of expecting the Israelis to open an investigation, “the international community must investigate this incident in all its dimensions and must give the legal response”, he added.

STORY OF THE DAY : COVER GIRL

Salamun’alaikum.

Just want to share a beautiful article, enjoy reading!

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ISRAEL : A LUNATIC STATE

Salamun’alaikum.

Some videos to share along for the current world issues.

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Recently Turkey sent aid ships to Gaza. The aid ships were attacked by Israel forces. See a news report by Russian media on this shameful act by Israel.

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Author : Watch carefully our flag (Malaysia) was there. Proud of that.

QUOTE OF THE DAY : LIVE AND LEARN

Lets apply this from today onwards. Infact right from this second.