Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Beautifully written by a Chinese revert sister. (It is written to the killer).

Fifty people were killed in the terrorist attack on
two mosques in Christchurch on March 15 2019
50 people were killed and 20 seriously injured in mass shootings at two mosques in the city of Christchurch New Zealand. The attacks occurred while worshippers attended Friday prayers. The main attack happened at Masjid Al Noor in central Christchurch, the largest city on the country’s southern island, where 42 people were killed. 

A second shooting took place at Linwood Masjid, in an eastern suburb of Christchurch, where seven people were killed. Another person died after being transported to a hospital.

Malaysian teenager Muhammad Haziq Mohd Tarmizi,
who was killed in the Christchurch terror attack on March 15

Below are the names of those who died. Many had moved to New Zealand to study or work, and build a better life for themselves and their families:
  1. Abdukadir Elmi 70 years old 
  2. Abdul Fattah Qasem 60 years old 
  3. Ahmed Abdel Ghani 68 years old 
  4. Ali Elmadani 66 years old 
  5. Amjad Hamid 57 years old 
  6. Ansi Alibava 24 years old 
  7. Ashraf Ali 58 years old 
  8. Ashraf Al-Masri Ashraf Morsi 54 years old 
  9. Asif Vora 56 years old 
  10. Atta Elayyan 33 years old 
  11. Daoud Nabi 71 years old 
  12.  Farhaj Ahsan 30 years old 
  13. Ghulam Husain 66 years old 
  14. Hafiz Musa Vali Patel 59 years old 
  15. Hamza Mustafa 16 years old 
  16. Haroon Mehmood 40 years old 
  17. Hosne Ahmed 44 years old 
  18. Hussain al-Umari 35 years old 
  19. Hussein Moustafa 70 years old 
  20. Junaid Kara/Ismail 36 years old 
  21. Kamel Mohamad Kamel Darweesh39 
  22. Karam Bibi 63 years old 
  23. Khaled Mustafa 44 years old 
  24. Linda Armstrong 65 years old 
  25. Maheboob Khokhar 65 years old 
  26. Matiullah Safi 55 years old 
  27. Mohammed Imran Khan 47 years old 
  28. Omar Faruk 36 years old 
  29. Mohsen Mohammed Al Harbi 63 years old 
  30. Mozammel Haque 30 years old 
  31. Mounir Suleiman 68 years old 
  32. Mucad Ibrahim 3 years old 
  33. Lilik Abdul Hamid 58 years old
  34.  Abdus Samad 66 years old 
  35. Musa Nur Awale 77 years old 
  36. Naeem Rashid 50 years old 
  37. Osama Adnan Abu Kweik 37 years old 
  38. Ozair Kadir 25 years old 
  39. Ramiz Vora 28 years old 
  40. Sayyad Milne 14 years old 
  41. Sohail Shahid 40 years old 
  42. Syed Areeb Ahmed 27 years old 
  43. Syed Jahandad Ali 34 years old 
  44. Talha Rashid 21 years old 
  45. Tariq Omar 24 years old 
  46. Zakaria Bhuiya 33 years old 
  47. Zeeshan Raza 38 years old 
  48. Muhammad Haziq bin Mohd Tarmizi 17 years old 
  49. Mohamad Moosi Mohamedhosen 54 years old

Beautifully written by a chinese revert sister to the killer:
  • Appreciate that you made the effort to find out the timing of our noon prayer. 
  • Appreciate that you learnt more about our religion to know that Fridays are the days the men go to the Mosques for their congregational prayers. 
  • But I guess there were some things you, rather unfortunately, didn’t get to learn. 
  • Perhaps you didn’t know that what you did made them Martyrs. And how you have single-handedly raised the statuses of our brothers and sisters in the eyes of their beloved Creator with your actions. 
  • And how, through your actions, they will be raised as the most righteous and pious of Muslims. 
  • Perhaps you didn’t know that doing what you did, at the time and place you chose, it actually meant that the last words that escaped their lips were probably words of remembrance and praise of Allah. Which is a noble end many Muslims could only dream of. 
  • And perhaps you didn’t know, but what you did would almost guarantee them paradise. 
  • Appreciate that you showed the world how Muslims welcome, with open arms, even people like yourself into our Mosques, which is our second home. 
  • Appreciate you for showing that our mosques have no locks or gates, and are unguarded because everyone and anyone is welcome to be with us. 
  • Appreciate you for allowing the world to see the powerful image of a man you injured, lying on back on the stretcher with his index finger raised high, as a declaration of his faith and complete trust in Allah. 
  • Appreciate how you brought the Churches and communities together to stand with us Muslims. Appreciate that you made countless New Zealanders come out of their homes to visit the mosques nearest to them with flowers with beautiful messages of peace and love. 
  • You have broken many many hearts and you have made the world weep. You have left a huge void. 
  • But what you also have done have brought us closer together. And it has strengthened our faith and resolve. 
  •  In the coming weeks, more people will turn up in the Mosques, a place you hate so much, fortified by the strength in their faith, and inspired by their fallen brothers and sisters. 
  • In the coming weeks, more non Muslims will turn up at the gates of mosques with fresh flowers and beautifully handwritten notes. They may not have known where the mosques in their area was. But now, they do. All because of you. 
  • You may have achieved your aim of intended destruction, but I guess you failed to incite hatred, fear and despair in all of us. 
  • And while I understand that it may have been your objective, I hate to say that after all of that elaborate planning, and the perverse and wretched efforts on your part, you still failed to drive a divide among the the Muslims and non-Muslims in the world. 
Floral tributes near Al Noor mosque 
in Christchurch on March 18, 2019

May Allah have mercy on the victims and grant a speedy recovery to the wounded. They have died as martyr and Allah rewards highest rank in heaven. Aameen.

Sunday, December 2, 2018

USM Wins Most Entrepreneurial University Of The Year Award 2018

Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) has been awarded the Most Entrepreneurial University of the Year 2018 at the Ministry of Education Entrepreneurial Award (MEA) ceremony held at the Royale Chulan Hotel Kuala Lumpur. 

The Most Entrepreneurial University is part of the Entrepreneurship Action Plan of Higher Education Institutions (2016-2020) to encourage students in higher institutions to be in a structured entrepreneurial ecosystem through relevant programmes. 

Most Entrepreneurial University is organised to acknowledge and recognise initiatives and efforts made by higher learning institutions (IPT) and their communities which have excelled in the education and development of entrepreneurship.. 

USM took home the grand worth totalling RM300,000 comprising of RM50,000 as a category finalist and RM250,000, a trophy and a plaque as the award recipient. 

The awards were presented to USM Vice-Chancellor, Prof Datuk Dr Asma Ismail by the Minister of Education Malaysia, Dr Maszlee Malik.

Saturday, November 24, 2018

Welcome Jorg Peter Steinebrunner As Technical Director Of Kelantan FA For The 2019 Season.

Welcome and Congratulations to Jorg Peter Steinebrunner for his appointment as Technical Director of Kelantan FA for the next season. 

The appointment was made by negotiations between KAFA and Jorg Steinebrunner that agree to sign 10 month contract from January to October 2019 as Technical Director. 

Jorg Steinebrunner also assigned to assist Head Coach, Yusri Che Lah in assessing the weakness and strength of the players in every match. 

Jorg Steinebrunner responsible for selecting new players and young players absorbed into Youth and President Squad besides helping suggest players to senior squad for the 2019 season.

KAFA president Bibi Ramjani Ilias Khan &
Kelantan FA chief coach Yusri Che Lah

Friday, November 16, 2018

KKAUSM Council Elections (2018-20)

The newly-elected leadership of the Kesatuan Kakitangan Am Universiti Sains Malaysia (KKAUSM SESSION 2018-2020): 






~ Won Uncontested ~


~ Won Uncontested ~


~ Won Uncontested ~ 



All members of the KKAUSM have the right to attend to the general meeting. Only a few members from healthy campus Hospital USM (HUSM) Kubang Kerian, Kelantan do so. Here are the photos of the staff from Health Campus Kelantan... taken during their visit to Penang:




Thanks to the voters of the KKAUSM from Engineering Campus, Health Campus, IPPT Campus and Main Campus, Penang.... Thankful for your support........ also for all the candidates who offer to serve their efforts and seek solutions for staff problems. It is not easy to put oneself out there in such a public forum, so I give credit to those with the initiative to do so. I also would like to congratulate the newly elected leaders in KKAUSM.. wish you the best and success in your new challenging responsibilities. 

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Happy Retirement! Dzull Dzullkiflie

Happy Retirement... Zulkifli Sulaiman (Dzul Dzulkifllie) You have been an awesome co-worker, but an even better friend.....We'll miss you. But, the time is right for you. 
I sincerely hope that retirement is wonderful and I wish you lots of joyous time with your big family, Family A and Family B...... your retirement will help them keep their relationship more peaseful. 

Your farewell to everyone you’ve worked with... will ensure that your relationships end on a good note. Here are a few of your photos on your last working day (tuesday, Oct 30th 2018) at the  Radiology department HUSM:

Wednesday, October 24, 2018

The 56th USM Convocation Ceremony - MRad USM 2018...


Good luck and wishing you all the best to ALL of you on this special day............your success in completing Master Degree In Radiology are certainly a great achievement....Congratulation!!!.

Pose for a photo with Dr Ain & husband and
her daughter after graduation ceremony