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Thursday, 18-Sep-2008 22:58 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Iftar 8 Ramadhan

simple menu..pulut ngan kari ayam + sardine puff...


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Iftar 7 Ramadhan

teringin nak makan popia basah...hu hhuuu hu sini mana ada pasar ramadhan so terpaksa cari resepi...ni 1st time buat ikut resepi Popia basah Ummi kat MyResepi...ok ler, rupa tadak, tapi rasa..hi .hi yummy




Tuesday, 16-Sep-2008 17:08 Email | Share | | Bookmark
A Prayer Guide For Pregnant Muslim Mothers


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Below is a translation taken from Darul Nu’man Forum - Is my solah perfect? on how to perform prayers (salah/solat) when you are heavily pregnant.

As the words taken from Bayan Masturat by Syed Ahmad Khan

The 2 rakaah prayers of a pregnant woman is far more better that 80 rakaah of those (women) who are not pregnant

Wallahualam.

A MUSLIM PRAYER GUIDE TO PREGNANT LADIES

1.Prepare the chair behind yourself (while you are standing for the tabiratul ihram or Takbirat Al Ihram)

2.Rukuk (Ruku) - place yourself sitting on the chair. Both palms on your thighs and as you move your body forward slightly to rukuk, the hands move forward stopping when your palms reach your knees.

3.Standing up from Rukuk(Ruku)/Bowing - Straighten yourself back to an upright sitting position and placing you palms back on to your thighs.

4.Sujud / Prostrations - Move your body forward, a little bit more than when your did for your rukuk, the hands move forward stopping when your palms reach your knees.

5.Sitting between the 2 Sujud / Prostrations - Straighten yourself back to an upright sitting position and placing you palms back on to your thighs. Then the tuma’ninah (pause)

6.Repeat Position 4 for the second sujud.

7.Raise yourself from the chair and stand for the second raka’at(raka’ah) (or the next raka’at(raka’ah))

8. For every rukuk repeat position 2 and every sujud repeat positions 4 & 5

9. For your tahyat-awal(tashahhud) and tahyat-akhir (tashahhud-akher) - place yourself sitting on the chair, palms on your thighs you recite the tahyat-awal (first portion of the tashahhud) or the tahyat-akhir (tashahhud-akher).


Friday, 12-Sep-2008 10:56 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Only two weeks or so to go!!


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Hello Zamzahaila

37 weeks pregnant

Your baby weighs close to 6.5 pounds / 2.8 kilograms and may be about 20 inches / 50 centimetres long from head to toe. Your baby's head is now cradled in your pelvic cavity -- surrounded and protected by your pelvic bones. This position clears some much-needed space for her growing legs and buttocks.

Many babies now have a full head of hair, with locks maybe around one inch / 2.5 centimetres long. But don't be surprised if her hair isn't the same colour as yours. Dark-haired couples are sometimes taken aback when their children are born with bright red or blond hair, and fair-haired couples likewise can produce babies with dark hair. And then, of course, some babies don't have any hair at all.

Speaking of hair, most of the downy coat of lanugo that covered your baby from 26 weeks has disappeared, and so has most of the vernix caseosa, the whitish substance that also covers her. Your baby will swallow her lanugo and exterior coating, along with other secretions, and store them in her bowels. These will become your infant's first bowel movement, a blackish waste called meconium.

Meanwhile, you may be feeling huge — and increasingly impatient. But try to get as much rest as possible — even if sleep is difficult, you'll appreciate it after the birth.



Monday, 8-Sep-2008 12:39 Email | Share | | Bookmark
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