Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Get High Google Pagerank is Now Becoming Easier

I am now often blogwalking to get more backlinks and to get traffic. I am very surprised because of really many blogs are getting high pagerank. I think this fact because Google have been changed their policy about how to handle nofollow comments. Google are now counting nofollow comments and give commentators points, this is different with older policy that Google didn't count nofollow comments.

I recommend you to read a good article from Daniel Scoco in Google Changed How It Handles Nofollow (And How It Might Affect Blogs)

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Monday, June 29, 2009

Know Your Twitter Followers Interesting With Bit.ly

Bit.ly is famous because it can short the url and it can monitor and count the url click statistic. Because of those functions, twiterres can analyze their followers by using bit.ly. Bit.ly with redirecting system can be used to analyze followers interesting by trying some tweets with steps below :

1. Try many categories of tweet, sometimes tweet the business category, sometimes about blogging, products, etc.  Don't forget to short a business url, blogging url, etc.

2. Tweet those urls and check the urls info in bit.ly.

3. Which one the most tweet clicked, that is the favourite category in your followers.

This analytics help you to make a niche blog or website that is very useful for your followers. And I think you will get visitors from your followers.

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Saturday, June 27, 2009

Make Your Child Fun By Fun Toys Like WaterWheel Play Table

google adsense logoDo your children like water ? This is the good toy to make your children fun by playing water without in the bathroom. It is named WaterWheel Play Table, the wheel that can be played in water in above of table. It will make your children fun and enjoy their hobby to play water. You can read the review from  Tiare Solorzano "Mother of 3, Child Development buff" below :

"We have owned this water play table for nearly siz months, and its play value has not decreased at all. It is short enough that our 16 month old has always been able to participate comfortably, and interesting enough that it still attracts my 4 and 6 year old children as well. 

The water wheel is great fun, and the children love scooping water into its reserve to make it spin. The two levels of the table give the children individual play space if two children are playing. Now that winter is approaching, I look forward to adding sand instead of water to the table. I appreciate the easy-to-open plugs built into the basin, as it makes it easy to remove water (or sand). The toy, though sturdy, is also lightweight enough for an adult to pick up and simply pour water out, if desired. Children cannot, however, easily move or turn the table over."

If you want to read more information this product you can visit WaterWheel Play Table

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Why You Should Use ALT and TITLE Tag in Your Image

Many bloggers forget to add alt and title tag in their images, they just upload an image to help a tutorial post or to make their blogs more beautiful but they don't add alt and title tag in their images, although the alt and title tag have many advantages, they are :

1. Alt tag makes your image like a text, so google will read your image as a text

2. Title tag helps readers to know about the image, because if readers put the cursor at image, they will read a text that is wrote in title tag.

3. Alt tag makes your blog become search engine friendly, so it is very good in search engine optimization.

4. Title and alt tag can help you to get traffics from google image search engine because google will find content in title and alt tag. So, put your keywords your title and alt tag and get traffic from your image.

So, they are reasons why you should use alt and title tag.

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Thursday, June 25, 2009

Four Indicators To Evaluate Your Partner's Blog To Link Exchange

What do you think about link exchange ? If you say that link exchange can increase your blog pagerank, I agree with you. But, not all of blogs have high quality performance to be linked in your blog, because I often see many blogs are worked by lazy working. I ever did wrong way in blogging by too high dream but i did it with lazy, so some my blogs just have one or two posting in more than 3 or 4 months. The blog like this is bad to be link exchanged with your blog.

So, what are indicators of beautiful blogs that will be link exchanged with your blog ?

1. Daily updated and their pages are indexed in google search engine,

2. Your link is put in main page so your link will be linked in every your partner's blog pages,

3. Older is better. If your partner's blog is too young like me, you will get few backlinks.

4. Has high quality pages such as every page has high pagerank.

They are four indicators to evaluate your partner's blog to link exchange, may be you have different thinking or opinion with me ? Let's discuss. Thanks

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Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Reffering Site Optimization, The Suitable Method To Get Traffic For New Blog

I am the new blogger. I don't have enough knowledge about search engine optimization (seo), and i get knowledge just from masters by reading blogs of Daniel Scoco, Darren Rowse, Yaro Starak, etc. I hope i will better every day, and be better. Because of I don't have enough knowledge in blogging, that is very difficult if I use seo method to get traffic for my new blog. So, I use RSO (Reffering Site Optimization) to get traffic.

Advantages of reffering site optimization and some tips to maximize it are :

1. This method is suitable for new blogger who has no more knowledge in seo

2. You should comment in master's blog that has high traffic and clever in seo theory and application, because if readers read master's blog they usually read your comment. And master usually understand to get more traffic in search engine, if their pages are readed by readers, automatically your comment also will be readed.

3. Give your best comment. Don't just comment like "thanks for your info", but do better than it. Why ? Because readers will evaluate your comment and they will visit your blog if your comment is very interesting.

Those are the reffering site optimization to get traffic. This tips is only for beginers like me. Thanks for your responses.

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Monday, June 22, 2009

Make Online Forum In Your Blog Comment

Some days ago I visited some blogs to get backlinks and traffics. One of blogs that was visited is dumblittleman.com and I saw unique comment box with professional layout and features like an online forum. Then I wanted to know how to put this comment box in my blog ?. And I am now understanding how to put this comment box.
This online forum comment box is a widget that is provided by instancedebate.com, by putting this widget in the bottom of main post you can enjoy interactive comment box that has many features such as :
1. Comentator Image : People who have joined in intencedebate.com and upload their images into it can see their images in every their comments;
2. Reply Button : a commentator can reply other commentators comments;
3. Comment value button : a commentator can vote a comment with two choices, good or bad comment;
4. Akismet spam blocker : By activating akismet spam blocker, don't worry for spamming comments;
5. Moderate or unmoderate option, etc
I am now applying this widget in this blog, because I interest in this widget's features. Do you want ? Get your free online forum in intencedebate.com.
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Friday, June 19, 2009

Google Makes Not Well Verification Code Format

Some days ago, I changed my template and I wanted to see how many links were linked in my blog. In Google Webmasters's dasbord I saw that this blog was unverified status, so I must verify it. I went to verify code page and I saw code like this :

I copied and pasted this verify code into my html code  between <head> and </head> section, but I always got error and i saw the error message that my code was not well formed. First I didn't understand why this was happened, because some months ago I never get error like this. But after I saw carefully I got the trouble maker was the code was not closed by backslash ("/") character. Finally I added "/" in the end of code before ">" character and the code became like this :
<meta name="verify-v1" content="cRncTk2CY+ZHKblSVqkTGRwEZIQQhykCpKbxjT9oFcM=" />
I think google have been made a mistake in their new verify code page. And I hope google will repair this mistake, espescially in verify code problem, because this is very difficult for new bloggers that don't understand about deep html code.

Newest Article Information

Google have repaired their verification code read my article

Google Have Repaired Their Verification Code Format

or visit your google webmasters tools and see verification code again.

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Thursday, June 18, 2009

Two Reasons Why A Blog's Pagerank Down After Template Changing

I visited my friend blog and his blog pagerank becomes 0 after 2. He said "Template can decrease our blog pagerank". I agree with his statement because it is really happened to him, but may be some bloggers did some mistakes which make their blog pagerank down. Two reasons why a blog pagerank down are :
1. Bloggers forget to verify their blogs in Google Webmasters Tools. Remember that in a new template, your verify code is not included there. This blog doesn't have pagerank whereas in end of may google pagerank updated. Why ? I think because of I often change this blog template, and I forget to verify this blog again.
2. Too much template designer's links in template. If you download a template and use it as your template you will promote template designer's links, you can find them usually in template footer. If too much dofollow links, your google pagerank will decrease.
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Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Comment in External Nofollow Blog Can Increase Your Link Popularity

I see that many masters use external nofollow in their blogs. I think what are advantages of using external nofollow in a blog for readers. One advantage of using external nofollow is can improve commentators's link popularity. Because by commenting in external nofollow, commentators's links will be indexed in Google Webmasters Tools, Yahoo, Alltheweb, and Altavista. I often comment in one of my favourite blog "Dailyblogtips.com", and you can see the result below :

External Nofollow in Google Webmasters Tools

google webmasters indexes external nofollow blog
External Nofollow in Yahoo Inlinks

yahoo indexes external nofollow
External Nofollow in Alltheweb Link

alltheweb indexes external nofollow
External Nofollow in Altavista
altavista indexes external nofollow

So Let's comment in dofollow and external nofollow blog.

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Monday, June 15, 2009

Where is We Can Know The Outbound Links To Calculate Google Pagerank ?

Bloggers have different opinions about this question "Where is we can know the outbound links to calculate Google Pagerank ?". Some bloggers say that bloggers can know outbound links by typing "link:blogname.com" in Google Search Engine. It's true ?

I agree that bloggers can know outbound links by typing link:blogname.com in Google Search Engine, but I think bloggers only know some outbound links not all of links those affect to google pagerank. I type link:tukang-kritik.blogspot.com, and this blog just has 20 outbound links and majority have pagerank 0. It's impossible to make this blog has pagerank 3. For this case we need to explore more links those are hide. Where we can find them ?

The answer is we can find them in Google Webmasters Tools in tab external links. These links indicate the blog's google pagerank. By using this tool i know that Tukang Kritik blog has more than one thousand external links. It's posible to make my blog rank become 3.

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Saturday, June 13, 2009

Responding to the global 'Swine Flu' Pandemic


The World Health Organisation has declared a global flu pandemic the first since 1968. The swine flu (H1N1) virus first emerged in Mexico in April and has since spread to 74 countries. Official reports say there have been nearly 30,000 cases globally and 141 deaths, with figures rising daily. Egypt. Saudi Arabia and Morocco have so far confirmed cases of swine flu. In light of this situation we look at what Islam says about outbreaks of disease such as ‘swine flu' and how a future Khilafah would respond compared to the current response of the Muslim world.

Plagues and diseases are Qadaa (divine will)

The actions of every human being can be divided into two spheres - actions which are within their control and actions outside their control. Plagues and diseases fall into the sphere of actions that happen upon human beings. They are sent by Allah سبحانه وتعالى as a punishment for some and a mercy for others.

‘Ayisha asked the Messenger of Allah صلى الله عليه وسلم about the plague and so he informed her: "It is a punishment that Allah sends to whom He wills. Allah has made it a mercy for the believers. There is not a servant who finds himself amidst a plague but he stays in that land in patience hoping (for Allah's reward) and knowing that nothing can harm him except what Allah has written then this servant will be given a reward like that of a martyr." [Bukhari]

Although plagues, earthquakes, monsoons and other natural disasters may befall the people this does not mean we simply sit and do nothing. We are not accountable for the calamity befalling us since this is beyond our control. However, we are accountable for our response to these natural disasters within the sphere of actions we control.

When Khaleefah Umar ibn al-Khattab learned, while on his way to Ash-Sham (Syria) that it was afflicted with the plague he did not enter it, and returned back with his people. Abu Ubayda ibn al-Jarrah said to Umar: "O Ameer al-Mu'mineen, are you running away from the decree (qadar) of Allah?" Umar replied, "If only someone other than you had said this, O Abu Ubayda! Yes, we are running away from the decree of Allah towards the decree of Allah. Do you not see that if you had a camel and you came to a valley where there were two patches of land, one green and fertile, and the other dry and barren, if you let it graze in the green land, you do so by the decree of Allah, and if you let it graze in the dry land, you do so by the decree of Allah." [Bukhari]

This explanation by Umar ibn al-Khattab shows clearly that although he had no control over the plague in Ash-Sham, what he did have control over was entering the affected area or not. The Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم gave specific instructions on what to do when encountering a plague.

'Abdur-Rahman bin 'Auf said, "I have heard Allah's Messenger saying, 'If you hear about it (an outbreak of plague) in a land, do not go to it; but if plague breaks out in a country where you are staying, do not run away from it.'" [Bukhari]

Using Qadaa (divine will) as an excuse for inaction

Unfortunately, when natural disasters befall the ummah some Muslim countries and government scholars are quick to blame Qadaa (divine will) and resign themselves to inaction. No doubt as the flu outbreak develops we will hear these same arguments again from some quarters in the Muslim world.

As an example, when a massive earthquake hit Turkey in 1999 the then Turkish President Suleyman Demirel made this exact point by arguing that no one could predict or stand against the acts of God. However, a closer examination of the facts surrounding this earthquake shows that blaming Qadaa was simply a way of diverting attention from the real culprits which was Demirel and his government.

Turkey's State Earthquake Fund was found to have only the equivalent of $2 in it. Government officials were accused of having taken bribes to allow shoddy construction that collapsed with a large loss of life. Relief teams and materials arrived late, if at all, and officials of the Turkish Red Crescent were found to have embezzled funds and sold donated equipment.

The Turkish army units were slow to pitch in with rescue efforts of civilians and worse still President Demirel's motorcade held up ambulances taking victims to the hospital! One Demirel reached the hospital all he could say to reassure victims was call the tragedy "God's will".

Current response to ‘swine flu'

If we look at the western world's response to ‘swine flu' we can see a marked difference to that of the Muslim world. Take the UK as an example. As soon as the ‘swine flu' outbreak occurred the government took immediate steps to minimise the effects of a possible pandemic. Some of the actions included, advice leaflets sent to every household, enhanced airport checks and increasing the stockpile of anti-viral drugs Tamiflu and Relenza from 33m to 50m.

So what about the Muslim world's response? How many millions of anti-viral drugs do the health ministries have in reserve? Are there plans to purchase more in case of a full blown pandemic? What emergency response and quarantine procedures do they have in place?

Unfortunately, the response so far has not focussed on any effective measures that would deal with the disease. Much of the response has centred on measures aimed at limiting pigs and pork consumption simply because the influenza virus was initially named ‘swine flu' as it was thought to have originated in pigs.

The UAE has banned meat and pork products from some parts of the United States. Lebanon has banned imports of pigs and uncooked pork, while Jordan banned all meat products from affected countries. Egypt went a step further and in a massive publicity stunt declared another state of emergency even though it has been under a state of emergency since 1967, and then decided to slaughter all 300,000 pigs in the country as a ‘precautionary measure'.

However, as with most influenza viruses that start life in animals and birds, once the virus mutates into a disease that can infect humans it becomes a ‘human flu'.

Joseph Domenech, chief veterinary office with the UN Food and Agriculture Officer in Rome, in response to the Egyptian cull said: "There is no reason to do that. It's not a swine influenza, it's a human influenza."

The WHO even renamed ‘swine flu' to the Influenza A(H1N1) virus just to eliminate any confusion on this point. Unfortunately, the incompetent and corrupt rulers in the Middle East don't seem to have got the message.

What the response of the leaders in the Muslim world clearly shows is their complete disregard for the health and welfare of their citizens. Some of the health ministers may give ‘reassuring statements' that they had taken precautions to protect the health of their citizens and residents, as the Health Ministers of the UAE and Saudi Arabia did, but the people of the Middle East want action not nice words.

Although Egypt's pig cull has been attacked as scientifically unsound, if it truly believed that the measure would save lives then why has its implementation of the measure been so lame? When Health Ministry workers came to slaughter the animals at a large pig farming centre just north of Cairo, the farmers refused to cooperate so the workers left without carrying out the government order. This is not the first time incident of government inaction in Egypt. In 2008, following fears over diseases spread by animals, Mubarak ordered all pig and chicken farms moved out of population areas, but the order was never implemented.

If the order had been to arrest, torture or expel Muslim opposition figures then such an order would have been implemented immediately without delay. Egypt with its huge numbers of secret police (mukhabarat) is very effective at preventing anti-government demonstrations or brutally torturing its Muslim population. Yet when it comes to the health and wellbeing of its people we see complete incompetency and disregard for their affairs.

How would a future Khilafah deal with the flu outbreak?

1. Appoint Islamic Politicians to ruling positions

2. Appoint a Delegated Assistant (Mu'awin ut-Tafweed) in charge of the flu outbreak

3. Establish an efficient and competent Administrative System.

4. Establish an advanced health care system that will develop vaccines and drugs for all diseases.

Firstly, those appointed to government posts in the Khilafah must be strong Islamic personalities who have taqwa fearing none but Allah سبحانه وتعالى.

Politicians in Islam, whether they hold government posts or not, have a completely different outlook towards politics and their role within the state. Politics in Islam concerns looking after the affairs of people. The politician is the one who is a servant of the ummah. They do not take any government post with the aim of achieving personal benefit. Rather they see their position as a responsibility that they will be questioned about on the Day of Judgement.

The Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم said: "A ruler who, having control over the affairs of the Muslims, does not strive diligently for their betterment and does not serve them sincerely, will not enter Jannah with them.'' [Muslim]

Secondly, appointment of a Delegated Assistant (Mu'awin ut-Tafweed) to supervise the flu pandemic prevention and response programme.

One of the key cabinet posts in the Islamic Ruling System is the Delegated Assistant (Mu'awin ut-Tafweed). These assistants are the wazir's (ministers) whom the Khaleefah appoints to assist him in discharging the tasks and responsibilities of the Khilafah. There are numerous tasks in the Khilafah, especially when the State is growing and expanding, or when hit by a natural disaster such as a plague, and these would be a heavy burden for the Khaleefah alone. Hence he needs people to assist him in carrying this burden and discharging these responsibilities.

The appointment of Mu'awin is mubah (permissible). The evidence (daleel) for the appointment of the Mu'awin ut-Tafweed as with the details of any pillar of the Islamic Ruling System is taken from the actions of the Messenger صلى الله عليه وسلم as head of state in Medinah.

Al-Haakim and at-Tirmidhi reported from Abi Sa'id al-Khudri that the Messenger of Allah صلى الله عليه وسلم said: "My two ministers (wazirs) from the heavens are Jibra'il and Mika'il and on the earth are Abu Bakr and Umar."

The linguistic meaning of the word ‘wazir' in this Hadith means the helper and the assistant. The word wazir in the Hadith is unrestricted (mutlaq) which includes any help or assistance in any matter. Therefore the Mu'awin can assist the Khaleefah in the functions and the tasks of the Khilafah.

The Mu'awin ut-Tafweed is the wazir appointed by the Khaleefah to carry with him the responsibility of ruling and authority. So, in the contract of appointment the Khaleefah delegates the Mu'awin to discharge the affairs of state according to his own opinion and to execute them according to his own ijtihad (process of extracting Islamic law). He has the mandate to perform any task related to the Khilafah, whether the Khaleefah delegated that particular task to him or not, for he has been given a general delegation.

Abu Bakr and Umar were the two Mu'awin during the time of the Messenger صلى الله عليه وسلم and he assigned them state tasks.

It has been narrated by al-Bukhari and Muslim through Abu Hurayarah, he said: "The Messenger of Allah صلى الله عليه وسلم sent Umar as responsible for sadaqah."

Ibn Khuzaymah and Ibn Heppan reported: "When the Messenger of Allah صلى الله عليه وسلم returned back from the umrah of Ja'ranah, he sent Abu Bakr responsible for hajj."

Therefore, the Mu'awin ut-Tafweed is a very powerful position and if used correctly can be very effective in responding to national emergencies such as a plague outbreak. This is because when the Mu'awin is appointed to a specific task such as containing a flu pandemic he has the same powers as the Khaleefah in this task. The Mu'awin will have authority over the wulah (governors), armed forces, health service and other government agencies. He can bring together all the necessary elements of the state to deal effectively with the crisis.

Thirdly, the Khilafah must establish an efficient and competent Administrative System. Running the government and looking after the people's affairs is carried out by offices, departments and administrations, whose task is to ensure the management of the State's business and discharge the people's interests.

Unlike the Administration Systems in Muslim countries today which are based on bribery, corruption and incompetency, in the Khilafah administration is based on the simplicity of the system, speed in processing the tasks and the competence of the administrators.

The Messenger of Allah صلى الله عليه وسلم said: "Verily Allah has enjoined the perfection to everything; so when you kill, do so in a good way and when you slaughter, slaughter in a good way." Narrated by Muslim from Shaddad b. Aws.

Therefore, the perfection in implementing actions is ordered by the Shari'ah. To achieve this, the administration system should observe three qualities.

1. Simplicity of the system which would lead to the ease of processing, whereas complication would lead to hardship.

2. Speed in processing the transactions which would spare people of unnecessary delay.

3. Ability and competence of the employees. This is required to perfect the task and is even required for the performance of the task itself.

Administrative styles can be taken from any system unless there is a specific text that prevents taking a particular administrative style. Otherwise, it is allowed to take the administrative styles if they were suitable to run the work of the administrative organisations and to discharge the affairs of the people.

This is because the administrative style is not a divine rule that requires divine evidence. This is the reason Umar رضي الله عنه took the style of the diwan (registers) from the Persian Empire for recording the names of the army and the citizens for the sake of distributing government funds to them.

Therefore the Khilafah can adopt emergency response and disease control procedures from the west to deal with a possible flu pandemic.

Fourthly, the Khilafah must establish an advanced health system that can develop vaccines and drugs to treat all the diseases.

Healthcare is one of the basic rights that all citizens of the Khilafah are entitled to free of charge.

The evidence that healthcare is a basic right is taken from the action of the Messenger of Allah صلى الله عليه وسلم when he was given a doctor as a gift from one of the foreign rulers. Although the Messenger صلى الله عليه وسلم received the doctor as a gift he did not use him, nor take him for himself. Rather he صلى الله عليه وسلم assigned the doctor for the benefit of all the Muslims.

Therefore, the Khilafah must establish a health service that is at the forefront of the latest medical advancements as the Muslims were during the previous Khilafah.

The Messenger of Allah صلى الله عليه وسلم said: "Allah never inflicts a disease unless he makes a cure for it." [Bukhari]

It was this hadith that motivated the previous generations of Muslims to look cures to diseases and not to simply say it's Qadaa (Allah's will) that we can do nothing about.

Historically, the Khilafah was blessed with many first class hospitals and doctors in several of its cities: Baghdad, Damascus, Cairo, Jerusalem, Alexandria, Cordova, Samarqand and many more. Baghdad alone had sixty hospitals with in-patient and out-patient departments and over 1,000 physicians.

Public hospitals like the Bimaristan al-Mansuri Hospital, established in Cairo in 1283, had accommodation for 8,000 patients. There were two attendants for each patient who did everything for his/her comfort and convenience and every patient had his/her own bed, bedding and vessel for eating. It treated in-patients and out-patients giving them free food and medicine.

There were mobile dispensaries and clinics for the proper medical care of the disabled and those living in the villages. The Khaleefah, Al-Muqtadir Billah, ordered that every mobile unit should visit each village and remain there for some days before moving to the next.


Although the flu pandemic is in its early stages and the full consequences are yet to be seen, we know that Allah سبحانه وتعالى will send new diseases upon this ummah that were unknown to previous generations.

The Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم said: "Never does Fahisha (fornication and adultery) become widespread and publicly known in certain people without them being overtaken by plague and disease that never happened to their ancestors who came before them." [Ibn Majah]

However, for the Muslim Ummah any calamities that befall them are a mercy from Allah سبحانه وتعالى.

Abu Musa Al-Ash'ari related that the Messenger of Allah صلى الله عليه وسلم said: "This nation of mine is one upon which there is mercy; there is no punishment upon it in the Hereafter; its punishment is in this world - with trials, earthquakes, and killings."

In this current crisis and when future natural disasters befall the Ummah we must focus on the actions within our control that we can perform to respond to the tragedy, and investigate preventative measures such as vaccines, earthquake proof buildings and well trained and equipped emergency response units.

Only with a change of leadership in the Muslim world by appointing one Khaleefah will we begin to see true politicians taking their responsibility seriously and looking after the affairs of the people in the best possible manner.

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Monday, June 8, 2009

Lahore-style strike on Islamabad Rescue 15


By Munawer Azeem

ISLAMABAD: Two policemen were killed after a young man carried out a suicide attack against Rescue 15, a police helpline unit, in the federal capital on Saturday. At least four other policemen were injured.

The attack on the Rescue 15 in Sector G-8, 10 days after the one in Lahore last month, took place around 8.35pm, barely 24 hours after a bomb blast in a mosque in Dir.

Sources said that intelligence agencies had warned about the attack, saying that some terrorists, including suicide attackers and five explosives-laden vehicles, had entered the capital.

The suicide bomber, wearing a vest filled with three or four kilograms of explosives, somehow evaded police lookouts on the roof and the front and back entrances, entering the premises through a gaping hole in an under-construction wall behind the building.

When a police guard, Constable Imtiaz, spotted him and asked to prove his identity, he ran towards the Moharrar's office and blew himself up.

The suicide bomber and Constable Munawar, the night shift Moharrar, were killed instantly. The deputy Moharrar, Salahuddin, police guard Imtiaz, and three other policemen - Ramzan, Anwar, Tariq - were injured.

Pieces of human flesh were seen scattered inside and outside the police unit premises.

A thick cloud of smoke hung over the atmosphere.

The injured policemen were shifted to the Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences, where the deputy moharrar died.

A policeman guarding the roof was missing, but police officials said that he might have been injured and in hospital for medical treatment.

Investigators found two legs, a hand and scraps of scalp from the scene.

Sources said that some shots had been fired by accomplices of the suicide bomber to enable him to reach his target. Police guards fired back at the terrorists. They said that a suspect was rounded up with weapons used in the shooting shortly after the blast.

Deputy Inspector-General of Police Bin Yameen said that the bomber was 22- or 23-year-old.

About the shootout after the attack and arrest of the suspect, the DIG said shots were fired by a police guard when he spotted the suicide bomber walking towards the office, but did not give any details about the arrest.

The Rescue 15 unit works in two shifts, accommodating 25 police personnel. Offices of the SP (City) and (Industrial Area) and the DSP are also located there.

At the time of the incident, there were 10 police personnel performing duty - four at the helpline unit, two or three in the Moharrar's office and three guarding the premises.

Interior Minister Rehman Malik said the attack was a reaction to the Swat operation, adding that security agencies were fully alert.

He said that eight of the 50 would-be suicide bombers sent by the chief of the outlawed Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan, Baitullah Mehsud, had been arrested.

President Asif Ali Zardari condemned the suicide bombing and said that such acts of barbarism would not deter the government from going after the militants.

‘Militants, who are on the run, have become desperate but they will not escape their ignoble end,' an official statement quoted the president as saying.

Praising the policemen who laid down their lives in the line of duty, the president said that such attacks ‘only strengthens the resolve of the people and the law enforcement agencies to wipe out extremism and militancy.'

‘Such ... senseless killings ... should serve as a wake up call to apologists of militants and extremists.'
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Saturday, June 6, 2009

The Fundamental Life Paradigma

One man studied in USA and he got doctor badge with completing his examination but he was very angry because he can not answer three questions in hisself. He did not know "where i came from ?", "For what i came to the world ?", and "Where i will go after i life in the world ?". Then he ripped his doctor certification, and said "I don't get anything since i study in this university ? I still can not answer three questions those are very important to answer in my long life, you (docents) don't give me anything."

This story is really happen in an university in USA. I get this story in one of "Sholat Jumat" lecture in my city "Purwokerto", for this story I think that man is not enough has science in material and social but they need "Alloh" for their lifes. They eat foods from soil that is made by Alloh, with Alloh's water from rivers and clouds. Alloh is The God makes them from zygot, and they will come back to Alloh after death. But majority people don't know this Fundamental Life Paradigma.

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Thursday, June 4, 2009

How Muslims Start Their Business

Muslims have unique ways to start their businesses. Their concepts are different with west concepts. West makes money is superior than others but Islam think "Alloh" is superior than others. West says "Time is Money", and Muslim says "Ridho Alloh is my goal". First, Muslim always think about halal and haram to determine the right business, then second see the benefit of business different with western concepts. So, how muslims start their business :

1. Think about the business. Halal or haram...if halal or Islam allows the business, do it.

2. Do with Islam. Run your business with akhlaq Islam, you must do your business honestly and friendly to your muslim or non-muslim customers.

3. Pray to Alloh and ask Alloh to make your business success.

4. Almsgiving in poor or rich condition. Give your money to other people or to your family with barokah and halal money.

I think capital is not the indicator of success but hardworking and praying are success indicators...Abdurrahman bin Auf ra started their business with less capital and litle things but he got success.

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