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Tuesday, June 16, 2015

AHLAN WA SAHLAN YA RAMADHAN KAREEM

Alhamdulillaah... Ramadan is almost knocking. In sha Allaah.
May Allaah give us opportunity to meet this Ramadan and boost our ibadah only for the sake of Allaah. Aameen.

Others have playlists, Muslims have PRAYLISTS !!
So are your Ramadan Duáa Lists ready?!
Ramadan is the month of Duáas! So let's plan & make a “Massive Ramadan Duáa list" so that we don't miss out even a single small duáa.
– Sit down with pen and paper and create your du’a list. If you have ever done this before, then you know how important it is. If it’s your first time, then don’t delay it. Sit down with pen and paper to write down the things that really matter to you, the things you want to ask Allah for.
- Ask Allah freely in Ramadan, for anything and everything… but also make a list of 5-6 things that you will ask for consistently, every time you get a chance to in Ramadan. Then repeat your du’a for these things in sujood, at iftaar time, throughout your day, and in your night prayer.
- Ask Allah for the good of this world, and for the Hereafter. Ask that He forgives you, and saves you from the Hell-fire, and enters you into the highest levels of Jannah.
- Ask Allah for yourself, and other Muslims.
Allah loves that we make du’a to Him… so earn His love by turning to Him and asking this Ramadan.
“And when My servants ask you, [O Muhammad], concerning Me – indeed I am near. I respond to the invocation of the supplicant when he calls upon Me. So let them respond to Me and believe in Me that they may be guided.” [2:186]
copy&paste from ILoveAllah.com

Friday, March 28, 2014

Planes, ships involved in search for flight MH370

An AP-3C Orion aircraft passes over the Australian Navy ship the HMAS Success in the southern Indian Ocean during the search for missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 in this picture released by the Australian Defence Force today. Australian authorities said on Friday that they have abandoned the previous search area in the southern Indian Ocean for wreckage of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, in favour of a new site more than 1,000 km north. – Reuters pic, March 28, 2014.
An AP-3C Orion aircraft passes over the Australian Navy ship the HMAS Success in the southern Indian Ocean during the search for missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 in this picture released by the Australian Defence Force today. Australian authorities said on Friday that they have abandoned the previous search area in the southern Indian Ocean for wreckage of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, in favour of a new site more than 1,000 km north. – Reuters pic, March 28, 2014.
The Australian-led search for Flight MH370 switched focus to a new area today after fresh analysis radically changed estimates of where the aircraft is believed to have crashed into the Indian Ocean.
Seventeen aircraft, some carrying state-of-the-art submarine-hunting technology, and six ships, five of them Chinese, are involved in the southern corridor search zone, focusing on a 319,000-square-kilometre expanse of sea.
Here is a breakdown of the ships and planes at the disposal of those in charge of the operation, which is now focused on an area some 1,100 kilometres northwest of previous estimates.
Use of the aircraft is staggered, to give crews a break, meaning not every aircraft takes to the skies every day.
Air
- One US Navy P-8A Poseidon surveillance aircraft, with another on its way to Perth. The Poseidon carries next-generation ultra-high definition electro-optic cameras and sensors, capable of detecting and zeroing in on small objects on the water's surface. Can fly 7,500km without refuelling. Unveiled in November at the Dubai Airshow.
- Seven P3 Orions. Orions can carry sophisticated radar, infrared detectors, magnetic anomaly detectors and acoustic detectors designed to locate enemy submarines. They have endurance of 15 hours and are commonly used for long-range maritime patrols. Australia has supplied four to the search effort, New Zealand, Japan and South Korea one each.
- Two Chinese Ilyushin IL-76 military transport carriers. Designed in Soviet-era Russia, the four-engine jet is capable of carrying heavy loads and travelling long distances.
- One South Korean C130 Hercules. The Hercules is a four-engine turbo-prop introduced in the 1950s which is still used as a workhorse by militaries across the globe.
- Six civilian jets, four of them from Australia and one each from New Zealand and Japan.
Sea
- Australia's HMAS Success support ship is on active search duties. The vessel, 157 metres in length, is the largest ship built in the country for the Royal Australian Navy. It is designed to offer logistics support to naval combat vessels. It has a large deck and cranes with a lift capacity of about two tons.
- A second Australian navy ship HMAS Ocean Shield will join the search in the next few days, when it will be fitted with a US-supplied black box "pinger" locator and a Bluefin-21 autonomous underwater vehicle.
- Five Chinese ships, including the polar supply ship Xue Long and China's largest rescue ship Haixun 01, as well as military vessels the Kunlunshan, Haikou and Qiandaohu. – AFP, March 28, 2014.

‘I love you’ were steward’s last words to wife – Bernama

‘I love you’ were steward’s last words to wife – Bernama
"I love you" were the last words that MH370 flight steward Mohd Hazrin Hasnan uttered to his wife just hours before the Malaysia Airlines (MAS) aircraft was reported missing on March 8.
The words will forever be ingrained in the memory of Intan Maizura Othaman, 34.
Recalling the last few hours before the disappearance of MH370, Intan Maizura who is pregnant with their second child said Mohd Hazrin had missed the vehicle provided by MAS for its staff that night, March 7.
She said her husband who was very committed to his responsibilities requested her to send him to the Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Sepang.
"During the journey, we had the usual conversation and Mohd Hazrin held my hand and kissed it. 'I love you' were his last words," she said when met at her residence here tonight.
Intan Maizura said her son Iman, 4, had been asking after his dad prior to the announcement on Monday by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak that the MH370 flight ended in the southern Indian Ocean. 
"The following day I told Iman that his father had gone to work and the plane that he was on had malfunctioned so he would not be returning home as he is now in heaven," she said. – Bernama, March 27, 2014.

Former Malaysia Airlines CEO defends MH370 pilots

Former Malaysia Airlines CEO defends MH370 pilots
Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah
A former Malaysia Airlines (MAS) stalwart has defended the pilots of lost flight MH370, describing them as good Muslims.
Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Abdul Rahman, who was managing director and chief executive officer of MAS for 10 years, told CNN he knew Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah since his days as a cadet pilot.
CNN reported yesterday that in a vacuum of evidence both Zaharie and his co-pilot Fariq Abdul Hamid have been persistently faulted for disappearance of MH370.
The 80-year-old Aziz told CNN that he personally knew Zaharie, describing him as an excellent pilot and a gentleman.
"I think that they (the media) are going the wrong way, pointing the finger at him (Zaharie)," he said.
Asked about Fariq, Aziz said he knew his father, the Selangor Public Works Department deputy director Abdul Hamid Mat Daud.
"His father knew the Quran by heart, and he (Fariq) also knew the Quran by heart," Abdul Aziz said.
CNN reported that the allegations against Zaharie had been coloured by politics, due to his support for Pakatan Rakyat.
Aziz also said it was important to retrieve the black box from flight MH370.
"We must get the black box. Then we can get the answers,"
"Otherwise, they will say all sorts of things and it is very difficult for us to defend," Aziz told CNN.
CNN reported that the families of both Zaharie and Fariq had laid low since MH370 disappeared and various speculations emerged.
Aziz served Malaysian Airlines from its inception in 1971 as company secretary and director of legal affairs.
He retired in 1991 as managing director and chief executive officer.
He was responsible for MAS’s vast expansion, and turned it into a profitable and leading player in the world of aviation. – yahoo

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