"There are some things which words cant express,for everything else there is hisam onomics"

Saturday, September 29, 2007

How to hack an email id (part 1).

I have realised the hard way that there is no 1-2-3 step process in hacking. Its just the creativity factor that ultimately decides how successfull a hacker is, ofcourse a hacker is most successful if he is a great coder, but he needs to be creative at the same time.

I would also like to tell you that hacking someone's password is almost impossible without that person's own involvement unless you are soooooooo good that you can break into powerful servers like yahoo,hotmail ,Gmail(Impossible i guess).

Here i'm postin a trick that i guess is one of the easiest trick to hack a password and you dont need to code anything. This is done using a keylogger(Keystroke logging (often called keylogging) is a diagnostic tool used in software development that captures the user's keystrokes.). Yes it does exactly that, it saves every single character you hit on your keyboard when the keylogger is active.
What you need to do is install a keylogger on your system and then activate it (it is active if it shows on the system tray), then somehow convince your victim to logon to the account you want 2 hack from your system(i.e the system where u installed the keylogger) and if he does u r done. Open the log of your keylogger(i.e after ur victim has logged in nd more importantly logged out 4m ur view ;-) ) and there you will see all the keystrokes hit upon your keyboard after the keylogger became active, now you might find it hard to search out the password in that big mess of keystrokes, its kinda easy, just go on lukin for the username of your victim and just after that you will find the word you put all this hardwork ( if it was at all 4 u) for, thats the password. Confused?? just go and grab a Keylogger for a start and once you install it and start using it everyother thing will start fall in places( trust me, it will). if you got ne queries, jus comment me and leave ur contact there.

As far as the availability of the keyloggers are concerned, there are many on the net, here is one named perfect keylogger which i have personally tested, u can download it 4m here or there

There are many available out there, one particular keylogger i have heard but could not have my hand upon is Ghost keylogger. It presumably can be installed on the victims computer (of course the victim unaware) and it can send the keylogger log to a particular email address you specify. It has enuf features to hide itself from the victime( thts y its called ghost). I know where 2 dwn this keylogger from, but i dont know where the dollars they r askin for it will come ( ya p2p may work, but i'm too handicapped wit my gprs net connection.)

OR Wait, i Think i've just found a site that actually gives us a trial version f d Ghost keylogger ( i just googled "free ghost keylogger, after the above paragraph, thts y i stroked), i hvnt dwned it yet, so i dont hv ne reviews of it, besides reviews in that site suggect Trojan horse with d dwnload, so b careful, dwn @ ur own risk. anways i give u d link here, i mean its actually here ;-)

For all the ethical eyes frowning out @ me there, i tell u guys- hisam was just telling em how actually not to fall in the trap of keylogger hacking, though a bit twisted............. ;-)

How to make a folder invisible

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Quran translation(10) At-Teen.


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Quran translation(9) Al-Qiyamah.


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Quran translation(8) Al-Inshara.


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Quran translation(7) Al-Zilzal.


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Quran translation(6) Al-Qariya.


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Quran translation(5) Al-Qadar.


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Quran translation(4) Ad-Duha.


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Quran translation(3) Al-Alaq.


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Quran translation(2) Al-Akhlas


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Quran translation(1) Al-Fatihah


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Thursday, September 27, 2007

crazy frog


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Crazy Frog - We are the champions (ding a dang dong)

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Crazy frog fishing

tht forg is crazy indeed.

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Mangala poth!!

Beliye aaal aakanu.........

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Gmail: Behind the Scenes (Final Cut)

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Create a Shortcut to Lock Your Computer

Leaving your computer in a hurry but you don’t want to log off? You can double-click a shortcut on your desktop to quickly lock the keyboard and display without using CTRL+ALT+DEL or a screen saver. To create a shortcut on your desktop to lock your computer: Right-click the desktop. Point to New, and then click Shortcut. The Create Shortcut Wizard opens. In the text box, type the following: rundll32.exe user32.dll,LockWorkStation Click Next. Enter a name for the shortcut. You can call it "Lock Workstation" or choose any name you like. Click Finish. You can also change the shortcut's icon. To change the icon: Right click the shortcut and then select Properties. Click the Shortcut tab, and then click the Change Icon button. In the Look for icons in this file text box, type: Shell32.dll. Click OK. Select one of the icons from the list and then click OK You could also give it a shortcut keystroke such CTRL+ALT+L. This would save you only one keystroke from the normal command, but it could be more convenient.

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Speedup ur firefox ( if its already fast)

Yes, firefox is already pretty damn fast but did you know that you can tweak it and improve the speed even more?

That's the beauty of this program being open source.
Here's what you do:
In the URL bar, type “about:config” and press enter. This will bring up the configuration “menu” where you can change the parameters of Firefox.

Note that these are what I’ve found to REALLY speed up my Firefox significantly - and these settings seem to be common among everybody else as well. But these settings are optimized for broadband connections - I mean with as much concurrent requests we’re going to open up with pipelining… lol… you’d better have a big connection.

Double Click on the following settins and put in the numbers below - for the true / false booleans - they’ll change when you double click.

browser.tabs.showSingleWindowModePrefs – true
network.http.max-connections – 48
network.http.max-connections-per-server – 16
network.http.max-persistent-connections-per-proxy – 8
network.http.max-persistent-connections-per-server – 4
network.http.pipelining – true
network.http.pipelining.maxrequests – 100
network.http.proxy.pipelining – true
network.http.request.timeout – 300

One more thing… Right-click somewhere on that screen and add a NEW -> Integer. Name it “nglayout.initialpaint.delay” and set its value to “0”. This value is the amount of time the browser waits before it acts on information it receives. Since you’re broadband - it shouldn’t have to wait.

Now you should notice you’re loading pages MUCH faster now!

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How to make a folder invisible.

I know that you know how to make a folder hidden, bu eva tried to make it invisible, no?? then here goes how..............

First step is to erase the name of ur folder, right click the folder and click rename, clear the old name and then hold the "Alt" key on ur keyboard and type in "255", press enter. See, theres no name for ur folder now (actually thts d ASCII value for 255 ;) ).

Now comes d second step , i.e 2 make ur folder invisible, as simple as the first one, right click d folder, go to properties and select customize, click the change icon button on the bottom, u will c lota icons now browse on untill u find a blank icon, select the icon, click ok and then click apply. Voila, ur folder has gone invisible!!

Now dont blame me if u cant find it (its there in d original position, its jus dat u cant c it ( thts y v call it invisible).

Spekin of invisibility............. heres how u can send an invisible scrap on orkut, just hit "[i]".............. as simple as that.

Please leave a comment if u find this hack useful, u c i dont get much comments here, so it will b nice of u.


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Wednesday, September 26, 2007

t20 win nd its aftereffects..........

The nation is baskin in the joy of t20 wcup win nd rightly so cos i think for us to win another cup of this stature it will take another decade or 2. I'm not goin 2 go into detail of d performances of d players atleast in this post, i'm posting this because i was fascinated by the negative hype or masala news that the Indian media folks manage to come up with every indian cricket success( or for that matter even failure).
The 2 noteworthy news doin the rounds this time are

* Hockey players and officials feel they are being given stepmotherly treatment.
With d cricket board, state govts., sponsors, nd every other billionaire soul in d country competing to reward the players, i'm sure each player will end up with atleast 50-60 lakh, Not to mention players like Yuvraj, who was rewarded 1crore alone by the Bcci, and a porsche car ( cos he once mentioned to d bcci vice president lalit modi " MY favourite car is porsche 9211........").

Now compare the rewards given to the Asia cup winning Indian hockey team-

50000 Naya rupees to the whole team,
1000 rs for a goal and now hold ur breath.........
a fine of rs 2000 for every goal conceded.
Can u just believe that "a fine of rs 2000 for every goal conceded." ???
Now what if they concede more goals than they score( or even 3/4th of dey score), they would end bankrupt.........;).

Every hockey player mothers will start saying "Mera beta hockey khel kar barbaaaaaaaad ho gaya"
And all the other mothers will start saying "Tu jo bhi khar beta, bhagwan ke vasthe hockey math khel".

And to top it all cricket stole its winning emblem..
Chak de.............. oh chak de india................

No wonder v rnt playing hockey as well as v used 2. Winning the Asia cup was a real achievement under these torturous circumstances.

* Bcci officials and politicians taking the limelight during the welcome celebrations of d Indian cricket team in Mumbai is the other 1( They apparently pushed the whole Indian team except Dhoni to d second row in the stage).

Wonder what the fans must have felt like, i will put it in a sentence,
"The crowd came to c Shahrukh Khan in the movie and they showed em Gulshan Grower"
How unfair..................

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Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Price Of Imaan.

Several years ago an Imaam moved to London. He often took the bus from his home to the downtown area. Some weeks after he arrived, he had occasion to ride the same bus. When he sat down, he discovered that the driver had accidentally given him twenty pence too much change. As he considered what to do, he thought to himself, you better give the twenty pence back. It would be wrong to keep it. Then he thought, oh forget it, it's only twenty pence. Who would worry about this little amount? Anyway, the bus company already gets too much fare; they will never miss it. Accept it as a gift from Almighty Allah and keep quite. When his stop came, the Imaam paused momentarily at the door, then he handed the twenty pence back to the driver and said " Here, you gave me too much change."

The driver with a smile replied " Aren't you the new Imaam in this area? I have been thinking lately about going to worship at your mosque. I just wanted to see what you would do if I gave you too much change." When the Imaam stepped off the bus, his knees became weak and soft. He had to grab the nearest light pole and held for support, and looked up to the heavens and cried "Oh Allah, I almost sold Islam for twenty pence!"

Remember, we may never see the impact our actions have on people.

Sometimes we are the only knowledge of Quran someone will read, or the only Islam a non-Muslim will see. What we need to provide, Insha Allah is an example for others to see. Be careful and be honest everyday, because
you never know who is watching your actions and judging you as a Muslim.

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Amazing Interview with a 14 years old new Muslimah !

The way she speaks is really impressive .. after my conversation with her .. I thought that I must tell her the fact that she is very mature .. please read her words .. and distribute it .. read the story now !
Dear Sister .. As-salamu alaykum wa rahmatu Allah sister , first of all .. Congratulations for accepting Islam

wa alaikum assalam, thank-you
Can you give us brief information about yourself ?

My name is Sara, I am 14 years old and in high school. I live in the U.S.
Welcome sister Sara .. I'm really amazed to see someone in your age searching for the truth .. let me admit that .. Can you tell us .. how did you know about Islam for the first time in your life ?

Yes, the first time I heard about Islam was about 3 years ago, I was curious about God and religion and wanted to know what others believed. I started reading different materials and read about Islam. I was amazed by how much sense it made.
Isn't it kind of strange to start reading about religions when you were 11 years old .. is there is any special thing that you have other than other kids around you ?

Sara -smiling-:
I suppose it is strange to read about religion at 11, most my friends didn't understand how I could be so interested in finding God. My family is Christian, and I have been raised in religion, so it seemed only natural for me to study religion thoroughly and decide on my own what the truth was.
Did you read the Quran ?

Not at that time, no.
"A Muslim woman is oppressed and needs to be librated like the western women" .. do you have a comment about this ?

It saddens me that so many people in the world today believe that Muslim women are oppressed. I believe that we are the most liberated women on earth! To follow the guidelines Allah has given us is the most liberating thing any woman can do.
Well .. from what you see in the west .. are the women there librated ?

No, most women in the west are oppressed. We are used as sex symbols. Most women wear outfits that barely cover them, they use their bodies to get attention. We are expected to have 'perfect' bodies by the media's standards, we are supposed to look and act a certain way, and we are expected to do whatever the media tells us to do, and that is to disrespect ourselves and Allah.
So did you wear the hijab ?

No I do not. I would like to very much, but my family is unaware that I converted to Islam, and I will wear the hijab after I tell them.
You think that you will have problems with them after telling them ?

I'm not sure. I supose I am allowing my fear to keep me from telling them.
I see .. Just ask Allah to give your the power and the patience to take this step .. and I guess all Muslims who are reading this interview now will make du'a for you to ease things in sha Allah ..
What is the thing you liked most in the Muslims community ?

I admire the dedication Muslims have to Islam, there is an amazing peace and grace that Allah gives to those who serve him as completely as they can. To many it may seem hard to follow Allah's guidelines, but Allah gives every Muslim an amazing strength to help them. What I liked most about the Muslims I met was how friendly and caring they were.
"Most of Muslims nowadays are not practicing Muslims .. " first of all .. what do you feel about that ? And is that why Islam is not spreading too fast ? And what would you say to a none pracitcing Muslim ?

1) I firmly believe that the statement "Most Muslims nowadays are not practicing Muslims .. " is false. I do not believe you can truly be Muslim without being a 'practicing Muslim'. Islam isn't just a religion, it's a way of life. That's one of the many things I love about it.
2) Islam is one of the fastest growing religions in the world, I believe the reason for this is that people see the truth in it, and when they decide to live to serve Allah, they are given an amazing happiness and grace that others see and admire, that is what draws people to Islam.
3) Trust Allah, serve him completely, and he will give you the grace, peace, and happiness you need to be a 'practicing Muslim'.
What is your future plans ? Your dreams ?

I've always had a dream: To become a leader in our world and once again help establish peace and good relations between different people. :
Do you have any plans for learning arabic ?

Yes. i LOVE languages. It's something that i enjoy very much, and my parents support my Arabic education, I will hopefully begin taking a language course this Fall. My dad lived in an Arabic speaking country for years, and so he would help me study.
oh i see .. which country ?

Sudan (in Africa)
Can you tell us in details how did you revert to Islam ?

I had originally heard about Islam about 3 years ago, my parents found out that I was reading about it and discouraged me from doing so, studying it much further. Then last Fall I started highschool at a new school that has a lot of Muslim students.
When I first started going there I remembered my studying and was curious about how they would act. My parents had told me Muslims were horrible mean, militant, abusive people. So I kind of expected them to be that way, I was wrong! The first couple of friends I made there were Muslims.
They were nice, friendly, caring people. I remember them talking about their God, and I was amazed by how much they loved Islam. I began very quickly began respect them, and quickly became very curious about their beliefs. A friend of mine asked them about Islam one day, and it turned into a several hour long conversation about Allah, and Islam, and daily life. I was suprised by how much sense it all made, and how happy they were. I began reading the Qur'an and looking for more information on the internet, and soon after I said the shahadah and converted to Islam. I'm still amazed by how happy and peacefull my life is. Allah has given me much strength in every day life. Inshallah my parents will see this.
In sha Allah .. May Allah reward you sister for your time .. and may Allah keep you in the right path .. Amen .. As-salamu alaykum

wa alaikum assalam, thank-you

"Riches does not mean having a great amount of property; real wealth is self-contentment." - Prophet Muhammad (Blessings and Peace be Upon Him).

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Saturday, September 15, 2007

Ramadan for the world’s 1.2 billion Muslims

The ninth holy month of the Islamic calendar began yesterday for the majority of Muslim countries. Restaurants closed during the day, a ban on eating in public, while in the cities in war curfew are relaxed to allow families to gather after sunset.

Jakarta (AsiaNews/Agencies) – For the majority of the world’s 1.2 billion Muslims, Ramadan the holy month of fasting, prayer and abstinence from sunrise to sunset, began yesterday. The first day of Islam’s sacred ninth month is determined by the new moon and this may vary from country to country: in Libya and Nigeria, for example it began on the 12 of September.

During the course of the month practising Muslims must abstain – from sunrise to sunset – from drinking, eating, smoking and sexual activities. In many nations, by law, offices reduce their working hours. Fasting (sawm) during these 30 days is the fourth of the five pillars of Islam. When the sun sets, fasting is broken (iftar). Tradition stands that a date is eaten, just as the Prophet did. Or in alternative a glass of water may be drunk.

In Indonesia, the most populous Muslim nation in the world, the beginning of Ramadan was marked by a violent earthquake, with a death toll that so far counts 14 people. Radical Islamic groups in the archipelagos have already warned they will act against nightclubs and other "dens of vices" that disregard restricted opening hours for the month.

In southern Thailand, the army lifted a night curfew meant to pressure separatists in Muslim provinces, to allow families to move freely and gather for suhur, the last meal before dawn.

In Bangladesh the provisional government offered a 20% discount on rice throughout the country, while in Dhaka, it has opened up hundreds of low cost food outlets.

In the crowded Egyptian capital of Cairo, traffic surveillance has been increased to prevent pre-sunset jams and accidents, when its 18 million inhabitants rush home to their only meal of the day.

In Persian Gulf nations, Iran, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Qatar, restaurants are forbidden to open during the day for the entire month of Ramadan. In Kuwait those who eat during the day or encourage others to do so will be fined 356 euro or given a months detention. In Arabia, the cradle of Islam, over 1 million pilgrims are expected for the Umrah, the small pilgrimage to Mecca.

Afghanistan has also restricted restaurant opening times to the evening, while public offices will close by 1.00 in the afternoon. The Taliban have threatened to launch fresh attacks during the holy month on both the government and foreign forces.

In the Iraqi capital the night time curfew has been reduced, above all in the wake of the US forces claims that violence and attacks have “diminished”. Shorja market is a hive of activity with people stocking up on spices, tea, sugar and nuts. In Baghdad the Sunni community began Ramadan yesterday a day later than the Shiites.

In the West Bank and Gaza the rival governments of Hamas and Fatah agreed to begin Ramadan together yesterday, in an attempt to preserve at least the impression of unity during the holy month. In a goodwill gesture, the radical Islamic group in power in Gaza announced that it will free 80 prisoners, among them 25 members of Fatah.

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Ramadan and its constraints.

RAMADAN commemorates the time of year during which the man who would be the Prophet of Islam, Muhammad bin Abdullah, peace be upon him, took his annual retreat into the hills behind Mecca to fast and meditate in a spiritual cleansing.
About three weeks into that seclusion in the year 610, Muhammad underwent the shattering experience that marked the commencement of the Revelation of the Holy Quran — the affirmation and seal of the great message of Abraham (Q3:95).

Ever since, Ramadan has been observed by Muslims as a month of dawn-to-dusk fasting, prayer and spiritual observance (Q2:184-185). The classical Arabic word for this abstinence is siyam or sawm. It refers to a condition of stillness, expressing an ideal tranquility of mind, heart and soul.

A mundane interpretation of the Fast says it is meant to remind Muslims of what it feels like to be poor and hungry. To some extent this is valid (though millions of Muslims would need no such reminder), but the Fast is much deeper. It seeks to cleanse the physical body by asserting the discipline of the will. As such, fasting is an exercise in transcendence.

Yet, Ramadan is not meant to be a sequestered, joyless time. The duties of life are not to be forgone; work continues by day, if at a gentler pace to allow for leaner fuel. By night, families are meant to commune at the Breaking of Fast, and married couples are encouraged to intimacy (Q2:187) — many Muslim cultures consider children conceived during the month of Ramadan to be doubly blessed.
Most of all, Ramadan is a time for the suspension of hostilities. The Quran is too knowing of human nature blithely to call for peace and goodwill, but for this one month, there was to be no warring. Instead, antagonists were to reflect on themselves in contemplation of who they are, what they are intended to do, how they are to do it, and above all, why (Q4:94).

Ramadan is a time of contemplation towards clarity; of the analysis of motives and deeds.

The 22nd or 23rd night of the month is known as Laylat Al-Qadr, the "Night of Power" marking what is believed to be the actual anniversary of the Revelation; of the conjoining of Heaven and Earth for the salvation of Man. At this time, those who have most diligently observed the Fast engage in night-long vigils of prayer and meditation, with their physical constitutions cleansed and their consciences clear and open to insight and epiphany.

A week or so later, with the sighting of the new moon, Ramadan ends in the most important festival of the Muslim year — a day or two spent in soulful memory of the departed, communal prayers, charitable acts and festive family gatherings.

Ramadan is, therefore, a crucial annual check in the cycle of life. Observed as it should be, each year includes a month in which humanity pauses for a stock-taking and "spring-cleaning" of the individual soul, and of the societies formed of them. In this noblest of months, there is no place for negative thoughts — except insofar as they can be seen for what they are, and pondered upon for realisation, repentance, and forgiveness.

For all these reasons, the simple sacrifice of food and drink never seems to be so great as to merit much fuss. Think of it as having an earlier breakfast and skipping lunch, no big deal.

But, as Bob Marley observed, "a hungry man is an angry man". A definite crabbiness does come with an empty belly — which is all the more reason to welcome the discipline of fasting as a reminder to not be such a grump about it. (Besides, Marley was referring to hunger caused by repression, corruption and bigotry, not a passing peckishness.)

In sum, though, the fundamental ethos of Ramadan is one of retreat. Some take this literally, opting to take their annual leave off work to ease back on the throttle and glide a loftier trajectory; perhaps even spending the month in the Holy Land at this very special time of year.

For most, the "retreat" has to be more internal than actual; furling the sails to rest on calmer, more reflective waters.

In search of those calmer waters, there are certain places that are best avoided during the fasting month. Pre-eminent among them are the "food courts" of shopping malls and the buka puasa buffets of hotels.

The final hour of the fasting day is perforce the longest and hardest, hypoglycaemia being what it is. Remaining calm, therefore, may be hardest of all when witnessing what happens in that hour in such places during Ramadan.

They fill to overflowing with Muslims sitting at tables with their dinners piled high before them congealing on their plates, ice melting in their tumblers, tea cooling in their cups, waiting in dry-mouthed and glazed-eyed anticipation for the call of the Azan, not to pray but to eat.

What’s worse, this never happens at any other time of year, when the call to prayer means exactly that.

True, it is proper to break one’s fast at the appointed time, but this was supposed to be done with a piece of bread or fruit and a drink of water prior to prayer, with a leisurely and hopefully convivial dinner to follow. This is a perfectly sound dietary regimen while fasting; gently restoring fodder to depleted alimentary systems.

Suddenly shoving a kilo of dates, rice, curry, satay, meat, vegetables, lobster thermidor and air bandung down a parched throat into an empty stomach, however, can play havoc with the system. Blood drains from the head to the gut to deal with the sudden engorgement, blood-sugar levels skyrocket, and the brain is left stuporous.

That the blessed hour of Maghrib throughout the holy month of Ramadan in this country is now associated with such public spectacles of preposterous gluttony — for an obsession with food to be the hallmark of the fasting month — is a riddle to be contemplated with detachment (Q42:37).

To all Muslims everywhere: Peace and Coolness be upon Thee. Enjoy the month. Selamat Berbuka Puasa. (Q5:93.)

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Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Ramadan....What is it?

"O uou who have faith! Fasting is prescribed for you as it was
prescribed for those before you - so that hopefully you will have
taqwa." - Al Baqarah(2):183

Ramadan is derived from the Arabic root word ramida or arramad intense
scorching heat and dryness, especially the ground. From the same root
there is ramdaa, sunbaked sand, and the famous proverb: "Kal Mustajeer
minar Ramadaa binnar" - to jump out of the frying pan into the fire. And
in a hadith the Messenger of Allah (saas) said : "The prayer of repenters
is due when the young camel can feel the sun's heat early in the morning."

"When Ramadan comes, the gates of Paardise are opened,
the gates of Hellfire are locked and devils are chained." [Bukhari]

Thus, the Ramadan is so called to indicate the heating sensation in the
stomach as a result of thirst. Others said it is so called because Ramadan
scorches out the sins burns the ground. Some said it is so called because
the hearts and souls are more readily receptive to the admonition and
remembrance of Allah during Ramadan, ad the sand and stones are receptive
to the sun's heat. The framers of this beautiful language may have been
inspired by Allah (SWT) in naming this month Ramadan. Otherwise, the
relation between the heat and its properties is miraculously similar to
that of Ramadan. While the heat represents the matter that helps shape,
form, and mold virtually every matter, from metal and plastics, to plants
and living cells-Ramadan undoubtedly helps a serious believe remold,
reshape, reform, and renew his physical and spiritual disposition and


Fasting, siyamm, has two meanings. Generally, siyaam or sawm, is derived
from the root sama, to retrain from normal things, such as eating,
drinking, and talking. If an individual refrains from these things, he is
considered saaim, the observer of fast. Al-Qur'an uses the word generally
when it revealed the conversation between the angel and Mary, the of Jesus,
as the angel instructed her "And if you do see any man say, "I have vowed
to remain silent for Allah". (Al-Qur'an 19:26)

The phrase "to remain silent," is the interpretation of the Arabic word
"sawm". The reason for this interpretation is that "sawm" cannot mean
fast, i.e. restraint from food, because Mary had just been told to eat from
the palm tree. This general meaning is common in the Arabic language.

In the Shari'ah (Islamic law) the "sawm" means and implies a specific act ,
which is, "to worship Allah, abstaining, with intention to please Him from
fast breakers, such as physical nourishment, food, drink, and sexual
intercourse a lustful discharge of semen from the period between the break
of dawn until sundown."

As this definition implies, the Islamic fasting is total abstinence from
any food, particles passing through the mouth or nose, as well as drinks of
any kind - water, milk, juice, etc. - along with abstinence from sexual
association during the day that commences from the break of dawn till

Although the definition indicated restraining the stomach and private
parts, the tongue, eyes ears and other limbs are equally obligated to be
restrained if the faster want to gain the total rewards of fasting. This
is why the Messenger of Allah (saas) has been reported as saying in hadith
by Abu Hurairah: "He who does not desist from obscene language and acting
obscenely (during the period of fasting), Allah has no need that he didn't
eat or drink." (Bukhari, Muslim). In another hadith by abu Harairah (raa),
the Prophet (saas) said: "Fasting is not only from food and drink, fasting
is to refrain from obscene (acts). If someone verbally abuses you or acts
ignorantly toward you, say (to them) 'I am fasting; I am fasting.'"(Ibn

Indeed, these two reports imply fasting will not be complete until one
observes three elements:

1. Restraining the stomach and the private parts from the break of the
fast food and drinks.
2. Restraining the jawarih, the other body parts, which may render the
fast worthless despite the main factor of hunger and thirst; so the tongue,
for instance, must avoid backbiting, slander, and lies; the eyes should
avoid looking into things considered by the Lawgiver as unlawful; the ears
must stop from listening to conversation, words, songs, and lyrics that
spoil the spirit of fasting; and,
3. Restraining of the heart, and mind from indulging, themselves in
other things besides dhikir Allah (remembrance of Allah).

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Monday, September 03, 2007

Google PageRank!!

That is one term dominating my browser's history, not because that i'm suddenly keen to know how it actually works, but its cos i happened to choose it as my Seminar topic. That doesnt mean i'm uninterested in the topic and i'm doin it 4 d damnnn sake of d seminar, anything related to Google have always fascinated me . So it is some kinda relief that i've chosen a topic that interests me. For folks wondering what the term actually means, here s some respite..............

"PageRank is a system for ranking web pages developed by the founders of Google Larry Page and Sergey Brin at Stanford University. PageRank relies on the uniquely democratic nature of the web by using its vast link structure as an indicator of an individual page's value. In essence, Google interprets a link from page A to page B as a vote, by page A, for page B. But, Google looks at more than the sheer volume of votes, or links a page receives; it also analyzes the page that casts the vote. Votes cast by pages that are themselves "important" weigh more heavily and help to make other pages "important"."

I had an idea what the term actually meant and was pretty confident abt that. That was untill i actually Googled the term, as i expected so many results popped up explaining me what the term meant, and therein exactly lies my problem. Google returned so many seemingly genuine materials for my topic that i was overwhelmed or rather i was felled by confusion, i cached whatever seemed genuine to me and the end results is that i've gone thru toooo much stuff on that topic. As a result, my mind is full f queries i'm sure the teachers bak @ my coll. wont bother me on. I think i will do gud if i go for 1 or 2 genuine source rather than get crazy on many f em.

Yes i think i will do that!!!!!!!

Still if you hv mastered this thing called "Google PageRank", then jus lemme know.

I think i will post the entire Seminar stuff ( nd if possible a snap of mine takin it ;-) ) once i'm done wit it.

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