Sunday, February 24, 2013


Madrasa is the Arabic word for any type of educational institution, whether secular or religious (of any religion). 
Lesson 1: Learn the 28 Arabic Alphabets

With proper pronunciation from the video above.

Friday, February 22, 2013

Qaswida kutoka Uingereza - Allahu Allahu

Remake and translation by Talib Al-Habib, of the original Allahu Allahu Nasheed. He did a fantastic job and has a beautiful voice Mashallah! Below is his picture and profile that I nabbed from the Nasheed Shop.
Talib al-Habib was born in London in 1976 and grew up in Manchester, before moving to South Africa for a ten-year stay. It was here that he met his spiritual guide and began traversing the path of traditional Islam under his instruction. He later returned to the UK in early 2002.

His distinctive style of inshad arises from a ten-year childhood association with the Manchester Boy’s Choir, where he received vocal and technical training. He began composing spiritual poetry at the age of sixteen, and has continued to do so ever since. Talib has also authored three books on Islamic spirituality and ethics. All his projects are exclusively published and distributed by his record label, Nur al-Habib Productions, an emerging Islamic Media company set up in early 2004.

In early 2004, Talib was encouraged to compile a collection of English-language spiritual songs, which culminated in the critically acclaimed ‘Songs of Innocence.’ This intensely personal journey into the experiential dimensions of Islam has deeply affected many of those who have listened to it, and its subject matter has been described as, ‘love of Allah, His Messenger (s), one’s teacher, one’s family, and all of mankind.’ This has been followed up with his new album, ‘Rahma – Prophetic Wisdom for Young Hearts.’

Talib has been a student of the sacred sciences for several years, which he pursues both through the traditional method of sitting with a Shaykh, as well as through more contemporary approaches. ‘Talib al-Habib’ is a tallaqub (pen-name) meaning ‘seeker of the beloved.’ In addition to studying the Deen, Talib teaches several circles of religious sciences, and provides religious and social support to Muslim reverts. He practices as a Medical Doctor specialising in Psychiatry. Currently, he lives in the West Midlands with his wife and two daughters.

Ijumaa Njema!

Court Differs On Sheikh Ponda's Case

Stuff I am reading these days, I nabbed this article by Faustine Kapama from Daily News TZ.

LAWYERS and a prosecution witness on Thursday locked horns at the Kisutu Resident Magistrate's Court in Dar es Salaam on whether the case against Secretary General of the Council of Islamic Organization, Sheikh Ponda Issa Ponda and his colleagues, was criminal or civil.
While advocates Juma Nassoro and Tahaya Njama, for the accused, claimed that the case had all elements of civil by its nature, the witness, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Ame Anange Anoqie, maintained to the contrary, saying that the matter falls squarely in criminal ambit.
The heated debate among the lawyers and the witness was fuelled by the latter's testimony in his evidence in chief that the accused forcibly took possession of a plot known as Markaz at Chang'ombe area in Temeke District, while they had no single document to support their action.

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Majibu Ya Form Four 2012

Majibu ya Form four yameshatoka. Kwakweli, majibu ya mwaka huu hayakuwa mazuri. Lakini bora tumejua ukweli kuliko wangeshusha quality ya elimu kwa ku curve grade, ili wanafunzi wengi waonekane wamepasi wakati wanahitaji msaada.

Ingia hapa ucheki mwenyewe. Habari ndio hiyo!
Picha nimetoa Jamii forum.

Saturday, February 16, 2013

Meteor Blast in Russia

I recently posted a NASA Video of the big Meteorite Flying over too close to earth. Now we had a meteorite that actually landed on earth, with 1000 people injured. My thoughts? If Yajuj and Majuj were buried in the vicinity, and if they are not out yet, who knows maybe that was there barrier being taken down. Weren't we told that they will be coming from the east? Anywho, don't quote me on it, just my random thoughts, I am so hoping my speculations are so wrong.

Now enough of my speculations and back to the real world, how helpless are we that we can't detect a big rock coming and send some kind of warning for people to prepare for impact? I mean luckily it fell in the middle of nowhere, but what if it fell in a major populated area? And this is not just any country, its RUSSIA where they even have an eye in orbit. We really think we know it all, Allah just sent us a message loud and clear that our vision is limited to what he allows us to see. 

Below is a video I found on youtube from Skynews explaining the impact. You can watch the NASA video of the one passing over the Indian Ocean on 2/15/2013 from my previous post. Get your binoculars ready if you are in the area, you might just see it.

Friday, February 15, 2013

Muslims in China

A very educational video of Muslims in China, their survival of massive persecutions back in the days, and their journey to Hajj.
Muslims in China The Journey to Mecca 1/2

Muslims in China The Journey to Mecca 2/2

I want some of that calligraphy work. Mashallah! The Imam is truly talented and doing a good job in preserving his traditions.

Thursday, February 14, 2013

Hafiza Rukkayatu -3 year old Islamic scholar

Her case is completely different from her parents’, because she achieved her feat at a very tender age. For instance, her mother, Sayyada Maimunatu Sheikh Dahiru, did not complete the memorisation of the Qur’an until she was 12 years old, but for Hafiza Rukkayatu Fatahu Umar, learning and memorising is not determined by one’s age, reports SALIU GBADAMOSI.
SHE is indeed a genius. What took her mother 12 years to accomplish, she did it when she was three years, eight months old. Apart from having a mother who has memorised the whole Qur’an, her father, Fatahu Umar Pandogari, too has also memorised the whole Qur’an.

Such a feat could only be achieved by the gifted as the Holy Qur’an, according to scholars, consists of 114 chapters of varying lengths; some short, while others are long. The holy scripture is made up of 30 Juz’, each of which is further divided into two Hizb. Each Hizb is further subdivided into four Rub al-ahzab. In all, the Holy Qur’an contains 5, 910 verses.

It is little wonder then that the feat of little Rukkayatu was widely acknowledged in Bauchi, the Bauchi State capital, as many people in the state often discuss it. To say that she was the cynosure of all eyes penultimate Wednesday, January 24, 2013, at the graduation ceremony of 275 students from different schools of Qur’an memorisation and learning across the Northern part of Nigeria, being run by the Sheikh Dahiru Usman Bauchi Foundation, founded by renowned scholar, Sheikh Dahiru Usman Bauchi, was saying the obvious.

To prove to all that little Rukkayatu’s feat was not a fluke, Sheikh Dahiru Usman Bauchi, who is the little girl’s grandfather, asked her to stand before the mammoth crowd and requested the people, including prominent clerics, to recite any verse of the Holy Qur’an from any chapter of their choice to test little Rukkayatu’s competence. People truly took up the challenge and the little girl was really up to the task, proving doubting Thomasses wrong.

Rukkayatu’s journey towards achieving her feat, according to her mother, began when she was a toddler and was being taken to one of the Sheikh Dahiru Usman Bauchi Foundation’s Qura’nic schools at Barkin Ruwa Askulaye in Kaduna, where her mother currently teaches Qur’an recitation and memorisation.

Sheikh Nassor Bachu Afariki Dunia

Sheikh Nassor Bachu Kutoka Zanzibar, amefariki dunia. Habari niliyosikia kwenye Radio Qiblaten ni kua Mazishi yatakuwa kesho saa nne asubuhi kwenye makaburi ya fuoni. Inna lillahi wa Inna Ilahi Raj'iun. Kwa mwenyezi Mungu ndio tunapotoka na ndio marejeo. Namuombea Mwenyezi Mungu amsamehe madhambi yake, amuwekee Nuru kwenye Kaburi lake na amuweke mahali pema peponi.
Hii video ni baadhi ya Mawaidha yake aliyokuwa akitoa, wakati wa uhai wake.

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Aya ya Leo kutoka Suratul Al-Baqara

Na waja wangu watakapo kuuliza khabari zangu, waambie kuwa Mimi nipo karibu. Nasikiliza maombi ya kila mwombaji anapo niomba. Basi na wao wanisikilize na waniamini Mimi, ili wapate kuongoka.

When My servants ask thee concerning Me, I am indeed close (to them): I listen to the prayer of every suppliant when he calleth on Me: Let them also, with a will, Listen to My call, and believe in Me: That they may walk in the right way. (Quran 2:186)

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Chuo Kikuu Bureeee!

Shule Bureee! Yes Wandugu, opportunity ya kwenda shule buree kwenye King Fahad University of Petroleum and Minerals.  One of my readers sent me this, thank you very much for sharing JazakAllah Khair. Mi nawarushia kama nilivyo ipata, jamani tujitahidi ku apply kabla ya deadline ili hizo scholarships tuzipate. Sasa kama wewe haikufai lakini kama kuna mtu unamjua ambaye itamfaa, please please please, forward it to them. Good luck people!

The Deanship of Graduate Studies at King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM) is pleased to invite your attention that application to Graduate Studies at KFUPM is now open online from the link until March 4, 2013.KFUPM provides full MS and PhD scholarships for distinguished graduate applicants who demonstrate high potential for conducting original research in the fields of Engineering, Sciences and Business.
Distinguished Partnership of KFUPM with International Institutions
KFUPM has very strong collaborative partnership on conducting innovative research with the following international institutions:
  • MIT: Clean Water and Clean Energy.
  • Stanford: Oil, Gas and Geosciences.
  • California Institute of Technology (Caltech): Petrochemicals and Polymers.
  • Technical University of Munich: Refining and Petrochemicals.
  • Cambridge University: Oil and Gas.
  • Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech):Geo-signal Processing and Smart Grids.
  • National University of Singapore:Refining and Petrochemicals
  • KAUST: Many research disciplines in Engineering and Sciences.
  • Saudi Aramco(the largest oil company worldwide): Many research disciplines.
  • SABIC (one of the leading petrochemical companies worldwide): Refining, Petrochemical and Polymers.
  • In addition to many world-class universities and industries on different research fields.
Centers for Research Excellence at KFUPM
To provide extreme support for research in areas of excellence, KFUPM has established National Centers for Research Excellence in the following areas:
The Research Institute
The Research Institute is the cornerstone of applied research activities at KFUPM, solving critical scientific and technical problems as well as working on turning knowledge into practice. More details are available on the website of the Research Institute at the link:
Research Groups at KFUPM
To provide special support for research in focused areas of interest to Saudi Arabia, KFUPM has established 13 Research Groups in Science and Engineering areas. More details are available on the website of the Deanship of Scientific Research at the link:
Graduate programs offered at KFUPM
Applied Statistics
Ph.D., M.Sc.
Ph.D., M.Sc.
Ph.D., M.Sc.
Ph.D., M.Sc.
Ph.D., M.Sc.
Industrial & Systems Engineering
Ph.D., M.Sc.
Ph.D., M.Sc.
Ph.D., M.Sc.
M. Med. Phys.
Ph.D., M.Sc.
Ph.D., M.Sc.
Software Engineering
Ph.D., M.Sc.
Security & Information Assurance
Telecommunication Engineering

The Red Heart

I got this in the mail, interesting read written by Abdurrahman Umar, the full article is on eislaminfo.

It could have been the splash of red or the overabundance of hearts or the young man in a designer jeans that caught his eye, but Sheikh Hamaad stopped under the bold “Valentine’s day Specials” banner, set his shopping basket on the floor and watched the young man battling to select an appropriate gift from the heaps of hearts, teddy bears and chocolates. Like a busy humming bird he flitted from shelf to shelf struggling to choose.
Sheikh Hamaad approached him as he stood scratching his head, “Asalaamu Alaikum, young man, seems like you’re battling to make a choice.”
“Eish, Moulana, this is more difficult than I thought. And lucky I only have to choose for two of them,” he said, picking up another heart decorated teddy bear, examining the price and putting down with disappointment.
“For your sisters?” Sheikh asked, feigning innocence.
“Naah, just friends, you know how it is. You have to do these things” came the prompt reply.
Sheikh Hamaad remained silent and fixed his gentle gaze on the young man, something more than the loud Billabong T-shirt and hipster jeans told him that this young man had more than a spark of intelligence.
“Tell me, how many Valentine’s gifts do your sisters receive?”
“Hey, hey.... Moulana my sisters are not like that. They don’t do this boyfriend thing. My sisters...they are pure,” exclaimed the young man an angry frown crossing his face. “Just let the guy try and send my sisters one flower and I’ll make him eat it. You don’t know me!”
“Oh,” said Sheikh Hamaad without any apology, “And your mother, how many Valentine’s gifts does she get?”
The young man took a step back and glared at Sheikh Hamaad, “La howla wa....” his words swallowed by his anger, “how can you even say such things about my mother? My mother, she doesn’t do this stuff. She is like an angel. She is pure. How can you say this?”
Sheikh paused, waiting for the silence to absorb the boy’s anger, then said, tauntingly, “So they don’t receive any Valentine’s gifts or have boyfriend’s at all.”
“I told you, Moulana, my family is pure and they don’t do this junk stuff.”
Knowing the moment was right Sheikh but forward his reasoning, “So you really don’t like your sisters receiving these gifts or having boyfriends.”
“No ways,” came the emphatic reply, “not on my life”
“Then don’t you think,” Sheikh ventured, “that other people would also not like their sisters, mothers or aunts to receive such gifts. Just as you would like your sisters to remain pure, they would also like their sisters to be pure?”
The young man dropped his head and shifted his feet nervously, “You have a point, Moulana. Didn’t ever think of it like that. I don’t want to say...but you are right. I shouldn’t be polluting other people’s family if I don’t like my family to be polluted. This is all quite wrong isn’t it?”
“Yes, it’s quite wrong,” without a hint of reprimand in his voice, “this is not our way.”
“But,” he asked, trying to conceal his embarrassment, “It’s not like we doing anything serious. I mean it’s only a gift. Not like we doing something it should be ok, no?”
Without disturbing his calmness, Sheikh Hamaad replied, “Do you like to go fishing?”
“Now you talking my language. Not a Sunday, not one, that we not by the dam,” he replied his hands waving with excitement, “We sit the whole day me and my buddies. First we prime the place with milie bombs. Just so the fish know we there. And they come, Moulana. They come for the bait. The whole lot, man....carpe, bass, barbell, you name it. But what’s that go to do with buying gifts.”
“When Shaytaan wants to trap someone,” Sheikh replied serenely, “he first puts some bait. Innocent stuff like gifts, the odd sms, just a hello and then when the time is right ....he will strike and how you fall hook, line and sinker. Then he’s got you and it’s not long before he reels you in. So it starts with just a little bait. Just like the little gift that seems so innocent – it’s the bait.”
The young man beamed with this new found revelation and couldn’t wait to ask, “You are so right! And you have an amazing way of getting a point across Moulana, you didn’t just lecture me but you showed me how it is wrong. Thanks a mil. You must have learnt from a great teacher?”
“No doubt, I learnt from the best of all teachers,” Sheikh answered, “In fact, the best of all mankind...The Noblest Messenger of Allah- Rasulallah sallahu alaihi wa salam”

Monday, February 11, 2013

Captain Mbaye Diagne

Captain Mbaye Diagne was born in the outskirts of Dakar, Senegal. He was one of nine children from a poor family, and was the first to go to University. He joined the army After graduating from the University of Dakar, and served in Rwanda as an unarmed U.N. military observer.
Captain Mbaye Diagne

When the Genocide started in Rwanda, he ignored the U.N's orders not to intervene and rescued the children of the moderate Prime Minister Agathe Uwilingiyimana, and a group of 25 Tutsis hiding in a house in Nyamirambo, a Kigali neighborhood that was particularly dangerous. He was able to transport the Tutsis to the U.N. headquarters in groups of five, passing through 23 militia checkpoints with a Jeep-load of Tutsis on each trip. He continued on his solo mission to rescue many more Tutsi's during the war.

Captain Diagne died on May 31st by a random mortar shell that was fired by the Rwandan Patriotic Front towards an extremist checkpoint and it accidentally landed next to his Jeep. He was buried in Senegal with full military honors, leaving behind a wife and two children.
The video below is a frontline documentary about him while in Rwanda.

Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji'un (Surely we belong to God and to Him shall we return). May Allah grant this brother a high place in heaven, as he truly was a devout Muslim not only in words but also in his actions.

Saturday, February 9, 2013

Asteroid to Make Closest Flyby in History

It looks like we are gonna have a close call this year. NASA informs us of an asteroid called 2012 DA14, a space rock approximately 45 meters across that will pass earth missing our planet by 27,700 kilometers. It will pass within the orbits of many communications satellites, making a new record. On February 15 at 2:24 p.m. EST, the asteroid will be flying over the eastern Indian Ocean near Sumatra. 
Google Map image of Sumatra.

The NASA video below explains this close call in detail. SubhanaAllah! I am just praying these close calls, remain close calls.

Friday, February 8, 2013

ᴴᴰ The Shy Servant Of Allah || Powerful Reminder || #Thought Provoking

Neno la Leo linatoka kwa Sheikh Moutasem Al-Hameedi kutoka uingereza.
Ijumaa Njema wadau

TechWomen: Professional Mentorship and Exchange Program – 2013 Application Deadline February 22!

A program to nurture and encourage our women sceintists?Say what? In the words of the late Sharo Milionea, Oh Mah Mah! This was forwarded to me, so many thanks to the sender as this is fantabulous.I am posting for you all, check their site for further details, but it seems their biggest two requirements are a University degree and 2 years of experience. Now if this does not apply to you, but you know someone who qualifies, please forward it to them, lets keep this spirit of kuinua jamii going people.

About TechWomen

TechWomen is an initiative of the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA). The Department of State is partnering with the Institute of International Education (IIE) to implement this program. Please contact us by email at with any questions you may have.

Harnessing the power of business, technology and innovation, TechWomen brings emerging women leaders in technology sectors from the Middle East and Africa together with their counterparts for a professional mentorship and exchange program at leading companies in the United States.

Launched by Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton in 2011, TechWomen builds on her vision of “smart power diplomacy” embracing the full range of diplomatic tools, including technology, to bring people together for greater understanding and to empower women and girls worldwide.

The TechWomen program will identify approximately 80 women who are emerging leaders and entrepreneurs working in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) from the Middle East & Africa for a five-week program in the fall of 2013, including mentorships and professional exchanges at leading companies in Silicon Valley, California, concluding with workshops, networking events and meetings in Washington, D.C.

For more information and eligibility requirements please visit: The application deadline is February 22nd, 2013.

Applicants from the following countries are invited to apply: Algeria, Cameroon, Egypt, Jordan, Kenya, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Nigeria, the Palestinian Territories, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Tunisia, Yemen and Zimbabwe.

Habari ndio hiyo. I leave you with this quote from the Quran Chapter 2 verse 273 (The Cow).
(Charity is) for those in need, who, in Allah's cause are restricted (from travel), and cannot move about in the land, seeking (For trade or work): the ignorant man thinks, because of their modesty, that they are free from want. Thou shalt know them by their (Unfailing) mark: They beg not importunately from all the sundry. And whatever of good ye give, be assured Allah knoweth it well. 

Sadaka ni kwa mafakiri walio zuilika katika njia za Mwenyezi Mungu, wasio weza kusafiri katika nchi kutafuta riziki. Asiye wajua hali zao huwadhania kuwa ni matajiri kwa sababu ya kujizuia kwao. Utawatambua kwa alama zao; hawang'ang'anii watu kwa kuwaomba. Na kheri yoyote mnayo toa, basi kwa yakini Mwenyezi Mungu anaijua.

Wednesday, February 6, 2013



(To be recited by corporate managers and senior managers each morning while looking in a full-length mirror, topless, and flexing their biceps.)

  1. I will empower my team to find their own solutions to those problems, which I do not want to deal with myself.
  2. I will be decisive in making crucial decisions that I do not trust my team enough to make themselves.
  3. I will evangelize the use of data-driven decision-making because my gut tells me it’s the right thing to do.
  4. I will take expense reports extremely seriously, much more seriously than the HR Code of Conduct, which does not apply to me.
  5. Because I have no life outside of work, I will expect the same of my team.
  6. I will take credit for any project I named.
  7. If an important executive disagrees with something I say, I will apologize for my choice of words and then rephrase it in a way that makes it seem like we were actually in agreement all along.
  8. I will never contradict myself. I will sometimes contradict myself. I will often contradict you, usually in front of your clients, and then pretend to take a call on my phone while you handle damage control.
  9. Asking employees to document and submit a log of their hourly activities does not count as busy work so long as I preface it by saying, “This is not intended to be busy work.”
  10. I will drop names. I will drop them like they’re hot.
  11. I believe that business is best done in person, which is why I never read important emails.
  12. One of my opinions is worth three of your facts.
  13. I will reward members of my team for good work with praise and other non-monetary forms of positive reinforcement. Examples of good work include responding to emails on weekends, agreeing with something I say in large group meetings, and belonging to a chapter of the same national fraternity as the one I was in.
  14. I will challenge my team to solve the problems I unnecessarily created for them.
  15. Every member of my team is unique and indispensable, so I will make it virtually impossible for them to be transferred or promoted.
  16. The fact that I have an MBA from a third tier university means that I can use words like “market valuation,” “expected yield,” and “externality,” but rarely ever in the correct context.
  17. I will lead my team, mostly through the elaborate maze of hoops I jump through while chasing a fictitious promotion which exists only so that upper management can keep me motivated to continue working 90 hour weeks.
  18. I will be reliably late to meetings which I myself called and tagged on your calendar as “urgent,” and then need to leave early, preventing anything from being accomplished.
  19. Jargon is not meaningless as long as it is strategic, measurable, and scalable.
  20. I will make at least one effort per month to engage my direct reports on a more personal level, whether that means talking about sports, asking about their children, or telling them about my marital problems. The topic is not important, so long as I have demonstrated that I am not too proud to stoop down to their level for a few seconds.
  21. I will become diabolically drunk with the slightest sip of power.
  22. I believe my female employees deserve as much recognition as my male employees, which is why every time I compliment a male employee for his intelligence, I also compliment a female employee for her looks.
  23. I will motivate my team to victory like a surgeon leading his soldiers into the championship game. When I have no idea what I am talking about, I will use an awkwardly-worded simile, which I will refer to as a metaphor.
  24. I will form a super exclusive club with other middle managers where we only eat lunch with each other, share all sorts of inside jokes, require an elaborate secret handshake to enter each other’s offices, and wear matching rings which, when touched together, turn us into a single, giant super-manager with unlimited budget approval powers.
  25. But if a promotion opens up, I will stab them in the back in a heartbeat.    
Hilarious! Sound like someone you know?  I nabbed this from articles.                                  

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Msomi wa Leo - Sheikh Al-Amin Ali Mazrui

Sheikh Al-Amin Ali Mazrui was born in 1891 in Mombasa, Kenya. He was a poet, an author, a Muslim judge and a Muslim scholar.He studied Islam under his guardian Sh. Suleiman bin Ali bin Khamis Mazrui and many other great scholars from the region.

Sheikh Mazrui wrote many books on islam in Swahili and Arabic including the Swahili translation of Suratul Al-Baqara, Suratul Al-Imran and Suratul An-Nisaa. He used to write articles in the Al-Manar la Al-Azhar University Magazine, until he later on started his own magazine. He was such a great teacher and role model, that his students went out to be great contributors to Islam such as Sheikh Abdala swaleh farsi AKA Sheikh Abdullah Saleh Al-farsy and Maalim Ghazali who founded Madrasatul Ghazal now Mbaraki Girls Primary School. The sheikh was also a strong proponent of women education, which was something not much practiced during his time, and encouraged many families to educate their daughters.

He started out his career in 1910 working as a clerk for the Kadhi(Muslim Judge) of Mombasa, until 1919 when he moved on to teach Arabic at an Arab school in Mombasa. In 1921,he went back to being a clerk for the Kadhi of Mombasa until 1932 when he became the kadhi of Mombasa. In 1937 he became the Kadhi of Kenya.

The mufti passed away in 1947, his death affected many, as he was such a power force and an inspiration in the region.May Allah grant him a high place in Jannah.

Source: Maisha Ya Sh. Al-Amin bin Ali Mazrui (1891-1947) by Ghalib Yusuf Tamim

Sunday, February 3, 2013

China: Sinkhole swallows up huge building complex

Sinkhole ni shimo linatokea kwenye uso wa ardhi.Yanaweza kutokea ghafla au yatachukua muda, na yako sehemu tofauti duniani. Kwenye Miji mikubwa, husababishwa na maji yanapo katika au ma bomba ya maji machafu yakiharibika.  Husababishwa pia na maji mengi yanayo vutwa kutoka ardhini, kama vile visima vikiwa vingi sana eneo moja. Hii video inaonyesha hili shimo lilitokea kwenye mji wa Guangzhou, China.

Shimo hili kweli lili meza magorofa. Jamani Dar tuna ma skyscrapper yana ebuka every day, I am really hoping Dar City Planners wana pima ardhi, na wana hakikisha infrastructure yetu (drainage system etc) inaweza ku support na ku avoid vitu kama hivi. Labda waanze ku regulate visima kwenye certain areas, because miji kama Arusha mjini, visima vimezagaa. Alhamdullillah, hakuna aliyekufa kwenye hili jangwa. 

Friday, February 1, 2013

Happy World Hijab Day - Feb 1st 2013

Feb 1st is world hijab day, you can invite Muslims and non-Muslims to participate in the event.

What's your style?
Feeling like venturing out a little?

Or keeping it traditional like Beyonce.

Feeling a little brave with colors?

The choice is yours. Let's rock those fashionable Hijabs.
Happy World Hijab Day.