Kingzul berpesan ‘berhati hati dengan apa yang di pinta?’

Azizul Karim bin Abdul Aziz @ KingZul SALAM…… Untuk di kongsi bersama… Sebelum ini teman sempat tonton sebahagian dari sebuah filem yang disiarkan di channel Vision Four. Tajuknya Interstate 60. Pelakon utamanya … Read More

The Muslim Psyche by Dr Afiza Azmee

I am going to be quite blunt (or sharp), here. This is something that everyone should understand. While there may be some dispute as to whether or not Malaysia is … Read More

‘Ramadan in Morocco’ by Alicia Noor ~ An American Muslimah

My days have melted into a schedule that in America during Ramadan would never happen.  I stay awake until 4:30 – 5am trying to wait out the intense heat that … Read More

‘Marhaban Ya Ramadhan!’ by Dr.Afiza Azmee

Insya Allah, this will be my second Ramadhan in Malaysia after five long years of being in Australia. I have always loved the month of Ramadhan. As a kid, the … Read More

Ramadan Mubarak to all Muslims!

Assalamualaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh. Ya Ikhwanul Muslimin na wal Muslimat, We are blessed by Allah Azza Wa Jalla to be living today and be in the blessed month of Ramadan al … Read More


“Teacher, do you understand Tamil?” asked Revathi. I was with a small group of Indian students,on relief duty for an absent teacher. “No, I don’t understand Tamil,” I smiled. I … Read More

Malaysian Muslims Dilemma

Today Malaysia’s 14th Supreme King was officially installed as the nation’s Constitutional Monarch. The King is also by Law regarded as the ‘Head of the Islamic Faith’ here in this … Read More

‘The Boy Covered In Soot’ by Afiza Azmee

When I was a very little boy, I used to ask my Aunty Mina one question so very vital to me at that time. It was a question I still … Read More

‘The Boy Covered In Soot ; A Story About Racism’ by Afiza Azmee

Originally posted : Throughout 5 years of my life as a med student, 4 years of them consisted of my staying on-campus rather than off-campus. During my 4th year, one … Read More


It’s the month of March. Grandma’s birthday. Cheng Beng festival, the time when most Chinese visit their family members’ graves. And again, I’m not involved. Grandma chose to neither inform nor … Read More

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