1 Syawal 1434H

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Allahu akbar. Allahu akbar. Allahu akbar. Walillah lil ham.

It is time for Syawal again. It is Allah s.w.t.’s decree to believers to celebrate the triumph of overcoming all the challenges in Ramadan. The restraints and sacrifices Muslims do in the total submission for the sake of Allah s.w.t. are being lifted and they are commanded to celebrate as triumphant.

It is time to beg forgiveness to Allah s.w.t. and amongst His hambas.

In the mood of celebration and feeling of being blessed, we must not forget those who are not so fortunate like us. They are fellow Muslim brothers and sisters who have to endure pain and living under extreme hostility and stress. This is not withstanding those who cannot afford basic luxuries like food.

We tend to take our stability, harmony and lifestyle for granted.

We also must be thankful that they are amongst us who are willing to sacrifice their time with family and loved ones during this Hari Raya Aidil Fitri-long weekend holiday to ensure that the security and essential services of the nation comes first.

We at BigDogDotCom wish to express our heartfelt sincere apology for the wrong deeds we over stepped here in this blog.

We hope that everyone have a joyious holiday and please be safe on the road.

Published in: on August 8, 2013 at 02:00  Comments (5)  

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  1. One must never forget the grace and mercy of the lord to us in malaysia.

    You want to pray, a surau/masjid is 10/15 minutes everywhere.

    You feel hungry at 3 in the morning and nothing in the kitchen, you drive or walk 5-10 minutes anywhere and you can find food.

    However, with the eo abolished, walking or driving around is sorta dangerous now somemore if you walk at 3 am.Thanks jib ah gore.

    Dont take this place for granted. Fight to keep it and lets push jibby to the curb.

    Selamat hari raya people

  2. Yes, all praise to the power of the Creator and the Withdrawer of all things good in this world and in the universe.

    That which is all encompassing, permanent and sometimes works in mysterious ways.

    I have to keep on hoping that those which I do not understand happen are meant to be good to all of us. But I also have to accept that God may withdraw the good things we have if we do not try to our best to ensure they remain good, always.

    That’s why those on duty in one way or another, unable to be with their families on this joyous occasion, must be on our minds sometimes when we are in celebration.

    Yes, be safe, guys, and God bless you all in whatever language that can be conveyed.

    • IGP Tan Sri Khalid said at the Police Open House that only 10 per cent of the total police force were on leave during the festive season in order to ensure peace. “The officers will be granted their leaves after the festive season,” he said.

      I had hoped that the DAP buggers would appreciate. But the comments in the Opposition blogs show the DAP blokes and their kind are really ungrateful and inconsiderate bastaxxx.

      Selamat Hari Raya every one.

  3. Why is the Discovery Channel airing a commercial on Selamat Hari Merdeka on this Hari Raya? And laughingly, too.

    Is Astro not aware of this? Couldn’t it get it into their head that it’s not polite – to say the least – to laughingly wish Hari Merdeka on the Muslims Hari Raya?

    What’s gone into Astro’s head?

    Selamat Hari Raya to all here from me.

  4. Selamat Hari Raya Aidil Fitri to BD . Salam Syawal 1434 Hijrah.


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