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October 04, 2005



yes, the kurma is sweet and creamy, but what is kurma kicap? Care to share it with me? :))

Thank you for the tips. I think it's a brilliant idea. There are a couple of Muslim charities in the city. And while we enjoy our kurma and delicous food, we always remember them who have returned ahead of us.

Thank you for stopping by. I'm you silent blogreader. :))

Ohh.....no....I'll find a motivation to do it. No time limit right?


Yo! You 've been tagged!


Selamat Berpuasa. I discovered this blog just two months ago I think, and been enjoying the entries.


Sorry, "our brothers and sisters there who have returned to our Lord".


Ana, Assalamualaikum and Ramadhan Mubarak. Thanks for the wishes left in my blog.

Ana, allow me to add a line here for Malaysian Muslim expats. Perhaps this year, if we haven't done so, consider paying our zakat fitr to Muslim charities like Islamic Relief? It's only £4 per head for those residing in Britain. I'm sorry Ana, I don't know the rate for U.S.

I saw on Channel 4 News, in London, Islamic Relief warehouse workers busy loading emergency supplies onto a containers for relief effort, now still being scrambled to Pakistan and India.

Whilst we read doa iftar this evening, perhaps we could include al-Fatihah to our brothers and sisters there who has returned to our Lord.

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