Uncle Amrahi’s Kenduri

My photo with Uncle Amrahi (in lavender).

I like to attend Uncle Amrahi’s ‘kenduris’. 

Uncle Amrahi always serves delicious food at his ‘kenduris’ 🙂

The last kenduri that I attended was after the ‘Hari Raya Haji’.

We went there as soon as we reached Kuala Lumpur from Kuala Terengganu.

And I was very, very lucky to meet Uncle Amrahi’s cousin, Aunty Rahimah Abu Bakar.

Aunty Rahimah (in blue), Uncle Amrahi, Kaman, Kashah,Kafah and I at the 'kenduri'.

Aunty Rahimah was a national badminton player many years ago.
 And she is the best Malay woman badminton player in Malaysia. 

Wacana Pemikiran Dan Pembinaan Ummah 2: Membenteras Gerakan Pluralisme Agama

On Tuesday December 14, 2010, I went to the Masjid Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur for ‘Wacana Pemikiran & Pembinaan Ummah 2: Membanteras Gerakan Pluralisme Agama’.

 

Uncle Ustaz (Dr) Muhammad Uthman El Muhammady was one of the speakers at the 'Wacana'.

 

The day before, I helped in the preparation of the ‘Wacana’.

I helped to prepare the files on the day before the program.

I put up direction signage, prepared the files and carried boxes.

I helped to distribute the files for the 'Wacana'.

The program was reported on the front page of ‘Utusan Malaysia’ yesterday.

Utusan Malaysia is one of the main newspapers in Malaysia.

It will be aired on JAKIM’s TV channel, TV ALHIJRAH.

Over there I met Uncle Emeritus Professor Datuk Dr. Osman Bakar, Uncle Ustaz (Dr) Muhammad Uthman El Muhammady, Pak Cik Amin, Pak Cik Burhan, Pak Cik Saidi, Ami Ma, Ustaz Radzi From JAKIM, Pak Cik Ubai and many more.

 

There were lots and lots of people attending the 'Wacana.'

 

After the program, I helped to clean up and to tear down the direction signages around the mosque.

My photo in the Masjid Wilayah after Maghrib prayer on the day before the 'Wacana.'

On January 15, 2011, there will be another ‘Wacana Pluralisme Agama’ in Kuala Terengganu.

Abang Yasir’s Wedding Celebration

Abang Yasir, Kak Aisyah, her parents and family members.

 

On December 12, 2010 I attended Abang Yasir’s wedding celebration at Taman Maluri, Kuala Lumpur.

The bride’s name is Kak Aisyah. 

Abang Yasir is Aunty Alini’s and Uncle Dollah’s son.

A photo of Uncle Dollah, Kashah, Kaman, Kafah and I at the wedding.

I ate briani rice and roast chicken.

The chicken was very, very tasty.

 

The delicious roast chicken.

I met Abang Iki, Abang Amir, Aunty Norhani, Uncle Basry, Kak Shida, Uncle Borhan, Aunty Nor, Uncle Nazli, Teacher Shomi and many more.

I thought Pak Ghani was over there too, but he was not.

Maybe Uncle Dollah forgot to invite him…

Anyway, I am very happy because Kak Shida has been reading my blog 🙂

Arsenal VS Manchester United

On Monday 13th December 2010, Arsenal will play against Manchester United.


Arsenal is club that I vote.

And I predict Arsenal wins 3-2.

Anyway, Paul the octopus cannot predict anymore because he is already dead.

But, maybe Manchester United will win…

Predict now before the match ends!

The CAL

Please click here for The CAL Part 2

Written and illustrated by Ahmad Ali

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One upon a time, there was a griffin, a lion and a chipmunk.

The griffin’s name was Meranda.

Meranda

Lia was the lion’s name.

Lia

And the chipmunk was named Bek.

Bek

They were known as The CAL.

Meranda vote for Chelsea and Liverpool was what Lia vote for.

Chelsea Logo
Liverpool Logo

But Bek didn’t know which football club to vote, so Meranda  gave the letter A, and Lia gave the letter L.

Bek got an idea.

He vote for Arsenal; which started by the letter A and ended by the letter L.

Arsenal Logo

That was why they called their rescue club, ‘The CAL’.

But only the three of them knew why the club was named The CAL.

One day they met a beaman named Tovilla.

Tovilla the Beaman.

A beaman was an animal with a human head and legs and a body and hands of a bear.

The next day, The CAL had a mission to defend Calovinia from Arguay.

To be Continued

The Monkey And The Grapes

Once upon a time, there was a shiny, purple monkey. The monkey lived in España. The monkey’s name was Kolilama.

One day, Kolilama found a bunch of a grapes on his door step. Kolilama took the grapes and kept them in the fridge. The next day, Kolilama opened the fridge and he ate the grapes.

The monkey holding the grapes

Kolilama wanted to go out and when he opened the door, he found another bunch of grapes. So Kolilama picked up the grapes and kept them in the fridge. Then he went out.

To be continued