Four weeks had passed and today, the fifth week just started. Questioning myself on what are the things that I've done, absolutely I need to istighfar and keep on renewing my niat. La hau la wala qu wata illa billah... Somehow, I did strayed from the right path without realize it during the moment.
Our Sisters and Brothers
Looking at what currently happen with our sisters and brothers in middle east, somehow I am grateful for being a Malaysian. Living in a harmony country even sometimes there are little bit "unexpected" situations happened, I believe most of our youngsters today never think of any methods in order to maintain the peaceful and tranquility of our country. Most of them keep on making themselves busy with such nonsense matters such as illegal racing, singing competition, partying, miss pageant competition and many other else which somehow did not brings any good impacts towards bringing up our country to what we called as develop country.
I am quite impressed when I know the facts that most of the protesters in Egypt that lead to Hosni Mubarak stepped down as a president are those amongst my age. The spirit and courage that they have in order to change their leader is somehow very amazing since they already think about their future in young age where the other youngsters in the other countries still turn a blind eye into this kind of matter. Those young Egyptians are willing to fight with their tooth and nail in order to ensure there is no more way for Hosni Mubarak to continue leading the country on whatever reasons.
Not many days after Hosni Mubarak stepped down as president of Egypt and been greeted with a huge outburst of joy by thousands in Cairo's Tahrir Square, more and more countries nearby seem to face almost the same situation.
From e-mail that I received yesterday, the Moroccans are expected to protest nationwide to demand King Mohammed to give more independence to the government and judiciary. As for Libya, 200 dead and 800 wounded as military use automatic weapons to disperse anti-dictator Gaddafi protests and in lieu to this, 50 Libyan Muslim religious leaders have issued an appeal for security forces to stop the killing.
And in Bahrain, protesters occupied symbolic Pearl Square and from the news that I read, the conditions in Bahrain are getting worse since the government had instructed the security force to react towards the protesters. New anti-regime protests also occurred in Algeria. These bloodiest of multiple revolts that currently rocking the Arab world somehow remind me of Domino Theory, which literally is a theory of one event will set off a train of similar events to the nearby area.
~berdoa dan terus mengharapkan redha Illahi...~