Tuesday, 28 April 2009

swine flu/flu babi

What is swine flu?
Swine Influenza (swine flu) is a respiratory disease of pigs caused by type A influenza viruses that causes regular outbreaks in pigs. People do not normally get swine flu, but human infections can and do happen. Swine flu viruses have been reported to spread from person-to-person, but in the past, this transmission was limited and not sustained beyond three people.

What are the signs and symptoms of swine flu in people?
Symptoms of swine flu are like regular flu symptoms and include fever, cough, sore throat, body aches, headache, chills, and fatigue. Some people have reported diarrhea and vomiting associated with swine flu.

How does swine flu spread?
Spread of this swine influenza A (H1N1) virus is thought to be happening in the same way that seasonal flu spreads. Flu viruses are spread mainly from person to person through coughing or sneezing of people with influenza. Sometimes people may become infected by touching something with flu viruses on it and then touching their mouth or nose.

How can someon
e with the flu infect someone else?
Infected people may be able to infect others beginning 1 day before symptoms develop and up to 7 or more days after becoming sick. That means that you may be able to pass on the flu to someone else before you know you are sick, as well as while you are sick.

What should I do to keep from getting the flu?

First and most important: wash your hands. Try to stay in good general health. Get plenty of sleep, be physically active, manage your stress, drink plenty of fluids, and eat nutritious food. Try not touch surfaces that may be contaminated with the flu virus. Avoid close contact with people who are sick.

Are there medicines to treat swine flu?

Yes. CDC recommends the use of oseltamivir or zanamivir for the treatment and/or prevention of infection with these swine influenza viruses. Antiviral drugs are prescription medicines (pills, liquid or an inhaler) that fight against the flu by keeping flu viruses from reproducing in your body. If you get sick, antiviral drugs can make your illness milder and make you feel better faster. They may also prevent serious flu complications. For treatment, antiviral drugs work best if started soon after getting sick (within 2 days of symptoms).

How serious is swine flu infection?

Like seasonal flu, swine flu in humans can vary in severity from mild to severe. Between 2005 until January 2009, 12 human cases of swine flu were detected in the U.S. with no deaths occurring. However, swine flu infection can be serious. In September 1988, a previously healthy 32-year-old pregnant woman in Wisconsin was hospitalized for pneumonia after being infected with swine flu and died 8 days later. A swine flu outbreak in Fort Dix, New Jersey occurred in 1976 that caused more than 200 cases with serious illness in several people and one death.

Can I get swine influenza from eating or preparing pork?

No. Swine influenza viruses are not spread by food. You cannot get swine influenza from eating pork or pork products. Eating properly handled and cooked pork products is safe.


si comel

~KeCiknYe dia~

~kiut gler~

ngantuk eh...bobok ye sayang..

bulatnyer mate awk..sedap ke mkn kaki..(*__*)/

ala bucuk-bucuk...muah3x!

penat ngadap assignment yang tak siap2 dari 3 hari lepas. bsok nk kena submit, de presentation. rilex jap lah...

ngadap muka baby2 kt atas tu mmg membahagiakan..hehe~ nk satu bley??(^___^)/

dh2...continue keje...


Monday, 27 April 2009


Anemia is a condition in which you don't have enough healthy red blood cells to carry adequate oxygen to your tissues. If you have anemia, you probably feel tired a lot. There are many forms of anemia, each with its own cause. Anemia can be temporary or long term, and it can range from mild to severe.


Signs and symptoms vary depending on the cause of your anemia, but may include:
  • Fatigue
  • Pale skin
  • A fast or irregular heartbeat
  • shortness of breath
  • Chest pain
  • Dizziness
  • Cognitive problems
  • Cold hands and feet
  • Headache
Initially, anemia can be so mild it goes unnoticed. But signs and symptoms increase as anemia worsens.

There are more than 400 types of anemia, which are divided into 3 groupings:
  • Anemia caused by blood loss
  • Anemia caused by decreased or faulty red blood cell production
  • Anemia caused by destruction of red blood cells
Anemia Caused by Blood Loss
Red blood cells can be lost through bleeding, which can occur slowly over a long period of time, and can often go undetected. This kind of chronic bleeding commonly results from the following:

  • Gastrointestinal conditions such as ulcers, hemorrhoids, gastritis (inflammation of the stomach) and cancer.
  • Use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) such as aspirin or Motrin.
  • Menstruation and childbirth in women, especially if menstrual bleeding is excessive and if there are multiple pregnancies.
Anemia Caused by Decreased or Faulty Red Blood Cell Production
The body may produce too few blood cells or the blood cells may not work properly. In either case, anemia can result. Red blood cells may be faulty or decreased due to abnormal red blood cells or the a lack of minerals and vitamins needed for red blood cells to work properly. Conditions associated with these causes of anemia include the following:
  • Sickle cell anemia
  • Iron deficiency anemia
  • Vitamin deficiency
  • Bone marrow and stem cell problems
  • Other health conditions

Sickle cell anemia is an inherited disorder that affects African-Americans. Red blood cells become crescent-shaped because of a genetic defect. They break down rapidly, so oxygen does not get to the body's organs, causing anemia. The crescent-shaped red blood cells also get stuck in tiny blood vessels, causing pain.

Iron deficiency anemia occurs because of a lack of the mineral iron in the body. Bone marrow in the center of the bone needs iron to make hemoglobin, the part of the red blood cell that transports oxygen to the body's organs. Without adequate iron, the body cannot produce enough hemoglobin for red blood cells. The result is iron deficiency anemia. Iron deficiency anemia can be caused by the following:
  • An iron-poor diet, especially in infants, children, teens and vegetarians
  • The metabolic demands of pregnancy and breastfeeding that deplete a woman's iron stores
  • Menstruation
  • Frequent blood donation
  • Endurance training
  • Digestive conditions such as Crohn's disease or surgical removal of part of the stomach or small intestine
  • Certain drugs, foods, and caffeinated drinks

Vitamin deficiency anemia may occur when vitamin B-12 and folate are deficient. These two vitamins are needed to make red blood cells. Conditions leading to anemia caused by vitamin deficiency include the following:
  • Megaloblastic anemia: Vitamin B-12 or folate or both are deficient.
  • Pernicious anemia: Poor vitamin B-12 absorption caused by conditions such as Crohn's disease, an intestinal parasite infection, surgical removal of part of the stomach or intestine, or infection with HIV.
  • Dietary deficiency: Eating little or no meat may cause a lack vitamin B12, while overcooking or eating too few vegetables may cause a folate dificiency.
  • Other causes of vitamin deficiency: pregnancy, certain medications, alcohol abuse, intestinal diseases such as tropical sprue and gluten-sensitive enteropathy (celiac disease).
During early pregnancy, sufficient folic acid can prevent the fetus from developing neural tube defects such as spina bifida. Bone marrow and stem cell problems may prevent the body from producing enough red blood cells. Some of the stem cells found in bone marrow develop into red blood cells. If stem cells are too few, defective, or replaced by other cells such as metastatic cancer cells, anemia may result.

Anemia resulting from bone marrow or stem cell problems include the following:
  • Aplastic anemia occurs when there's a marked reduction in the number of stem cells or absence of these cells. Aplastic anemia can be inherited, can occur without apparent cause, or can occur when the bone marrow is injured by medications, radiation, chemotherapy, or infection.
  • Thalassemia occurs when the red cells can't mature and grow properly. Thalassemia is an inherited condition that typically affects people of Mediterranean, African, Middle Eastern, and Southeast Asian descent. This condition can range in severity from mild to life-threatening; the most severe form is called Cooley's anemia.
  • Lead exposure is toxic to the bone marrow, leading to fewer red blood cells. Lead poisoning occurs in adults from work-related exposure and in children who eat paint chips. Improperly glazed pottery can also taint food and liquids with lead.
Anemia associated with other conditions usually occur when there are too few hormones necessary for red blood cell production. Conditions causing this type of anemia include the following:
  • Advanced kidney disease
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Other chronic diseases – examples include cancer, infection, and autoimmune disorders such as lupus or rheumatoid arthritis

Anemia Caused by Destruction of Red Blood Cells
When red blood cells are fragile and cannot withstand the routine stress of the circulatory system, they may rupture prematurely, causing hemolytic anemia. Hemolytic anemia can be present at birth or develop later. Sometimes there is no known cause (spontaneous). Known causes of hemolytic anemia may include any of the following:
  • Inherited conditions, such as sickle cell anemia and thalassemia.
  • Stressors such as infections, drugs, snake or spider venom, or certain foods.
  • Toxins from advanced liver or kidney disease.
  • Inappropriate attack by the immune system (called hemolytic disease of the newborn when it occurs in the fetus of a pregnant woman).
  • Vascular grafts, prosthetic heart valves, tumors, severe burns, chemical exposure, severe hypertension, and clotting disorders.
  • In rare cases, an enlarged spleen can trap red blood cells and destroy them before their circulating time is up.

Risk Factors
These factors place you at increased risk of anemia:
  • Poor diet: Anyone — young or old — whose diet is consistently low in iron and vitamins, especially folate, is at risk of anemia. Your body needs iron, protein and vitamins to produce sufficient numbers of red blood cells.
  • Intestinal disorders: Having an intestinal disorder that affects the absorption of nutrients in your small intestine — such as Crohn's disease and celiac disease — puts you at risk of anemia.
  • Surgical removal of or surgery to the parts of your small intestine where nutrients are absorbed can lead to nutrient deficiencies and anemia.
  • Menstruation. In general, women are at greater risk of iron deficiency anemia than are men. That's because women lose blood — and with it, iron — each month during menstruation.
  • Pregnancy. If you're pregnant, you're at an increased risk of iron deficiency anemia because your iron stores have to serve your increased blood volume as well as be a source of hemoglobin for your growing fetus.
  • Chronic conditions. For example, if you have cancer, kidney or liver failure, or another chronic condition, you may be at risk of what's called anemia of chronic disease. These conditions can lead to a shortage of red blood cells. Slow, chronic blood loss from an ulcer or other source within your body can deplete your body's store of iron, leading to iron deficiency anemia.
  • Family history. If your family has a history of an inherited anemia, such as sickle cell anemia, you also may be at increased risk of the condition.
Left untreated, anemia can cause numerous complications, such as:
  • Severe fatigue. When anemia is severe enough, you may be so tired that you can't complete everyday tasks. You may be too exhausted to work or play.
  • Heart problems. Anemia can lead to a rapid or irregular heartbeat — an arrhythmia. Your heart must pump more blood to compensate for the lack of oxygen in the blood when you're anemic. This can even lead to congestive heart failure.
  • Nerve damage. Vitamin B-12 is essential not only for healthy red blood cell production, but also for healthy nerve function.
  • Impaired mental function. A shortage of vitamin B-12 can also affect your mental abilities.
  • Death. Some inherited anemias, such as sickle cell anemia, can be serious and lead to life-threatening complications. Losing a lot of blood quickly results in acute, severe anemia and can be fatal.
Treatment and drugs
Anemia treatment depends on the cause:
  • Iron deficiency anemia. This form of anemia is treated with iron supplements, which you may need to take for several months or longer. If the underlying cause of iron deficiency is loss of blood — other than from menstruation — the source of the bleeding must be located and stopped. This may involve surgery.
  • Vitamin deficiency anemias. Pernicious anemia is treated with injections — often lifetime injections — of vitamin B-12. Folic acid deficiency anemia is treated with folic acid supplements.
  • Anemia of chronic disease. There's no specific treatment for this type of anemia. Doctors focus on treating the underlying disease. Iron supplements and vitamins generally don't help this type of anemia. However, if symptoms become severe, a blood transfusion or injections of synthetic erythropoietin, a hormone normally produced by your kidneys, may help stimulate red blood cell production and ease fatigue.
  • Aplastic anemia. Treatment for this anemia may include blood transfusions to boost levels of red blood cells. You may need a bone marrow transplant if your bone marrow is diseased and can't make healthy blood cells. You may need immune-suppressing medications to lessen your immune system's response and give the transplanted bone marrow a chance to start functioning again.
  • Anemias associated with bone marrow disease. Treatment of these various diseases can range from simple medication to chemotherapy to bone marrow transplantation.
  • Hemolytic anemias. Managing hemolytic anemias includes avoiding suspect medications, treating related infections and taking drugs that suppress your immune system, which may be attacking your red blood cells. Short courses of treatment with steroids, immune suppressant medications or gamma globulin can help suppress your immune system's attack on your red blood cells.
  • Sickle cell anemia. Treatment for this anemia may include the administration of oxygen, pain-relieving drugs, and oral and intravenous fluids to reduce pain and prevent complications. Doctors also commonly use blood transfusions, folic acid supplements and antibiotics. A bone marrow transplant may be an effective treatment in some circumstances. A cancer drug called hydroxyurea (Droxia, Hydrea) also is used to treat sickle cell anemia in adults.

  1. http://www.webmd.com
  2. http://www.mayoclinic.com

Saturday, 11 April 2009


Insaf by Rabbani

Munajatku padaMu
Tuhan Ampuni dosa kumasa silam
Sempurnakanlah kehidupanku
Murahkan rezeki dengan nikmat-Mu
Jadikanku hamba bertaqwa
Tiang iman untuk agama

Munajatku padaMu Tuhan
Ampuni dosa sekalian insan
Sempurnakanlah hidup kami
Murahkan rezeki dengan nikmat-Mu
Jadikan kami hamba bertaqwa
Tiang iman untuk agama

Jauhkan aku dari siksaan
Api neraka yang panas
Membakar manusia ingkar di dunia
Terimalah ku jadi umatmu
Ku pohon syafaat darimu
Beratkan neraca pahala kunanti

Aku aniaya...
Diri sendiri selamanya
Ku tak tertanggung...
Duka dan dosa silamku

Tak tahu sampai bile rasa insaf ni akan bertahan. Terasa diri kadang2 macam lalang. Ke kanan, ke kiri ikut tiupan angin. meliuk lentok tanpa pegangan yang kukuh. Terlalu mudah untuk berubah hati. ah, hati yang sekeping, bertahanlah menjadi hamba yang taat!


Thursday, 9 April 2009

Jatuhnya Constantinople

Cerita penaklukan Constantinople oleh Sultan Muhammad Al-Fatih berjaya memarakkan semula api jihad yang hampir terpadam.

Sabda Rasulullah,
"...Konstantinopel akan jatuh ke tangan tentera Islam. Pemimpinnya adalah sebaik- baik pemimpin, tenteranya adalah sebaik- baik tentera.." (HR Imam Ahmad)

Betapa hebatnya insan yang bernama Muhammad Al- Fatih itu. Beliau merupakan khalifah VII Kerajaan Uthmaniyah. Semangat jihadnya dalam menegakkan kalimah La ila ha illallah berjaya meluaskan lagi empayar Islam pada waktu itu, sekaligus merealisasikan sabda Baginda Rasulullah tercinta setelah hampir 8 abad. Di mana lahirnya kehebatan beliau dan tenteranya itu?

Semua tentera Sultan Muhammad tidak pernah meninggalkan solat fardu sejak baligh walau sekalipun, setengah tentera Sultan Muhammad tidak pernah meninggalkan solat fardu dan solat rawatib sejak baligh walau sekalipun, Sultan Muhammad sendiri tidak pernah meninggalkan solat fardu, solat rawatib dan solat malam sejak baligh walau sekalipun. Nah! itulah rahsianya kehebatan Sultan dalam penaklukan Constantinople yang kini dikenal dengan nama Turki..

Adakah lagi pemimpin sejati seperti Sultan Al-Fatih pada zaman ini?Masih tersisakah semangat beliau dalam diri pemimpin abad ini?Mulia diri diangkat lebih tinggi dari maruah agama. Leka dengan pengaruh yang melebar ke alam jagat, tak endah pada iman yang makin menipis asal kekayaan melimpah buat 7 keturunan. Kepentingan diri lebih utama dari kepentingan rakyat.

Ah, jadi meluap rindu pada kehadiran pemimpin seperti Sultan Muhammad. Ya, ALLAH, hadirkanlah lagi pemimpin sepertinya. Letakkanlah dalam diri pemuda2-pemudi Islam hari ni semangat jihad yang tiada terlunturkan. Sedarkanlah kami tentang matlamat dan tujuan kami hidup di dunia agar kalimah tauhid terus tegak di muka bumi ini. AMIN.

malam pertama

" Wahai anak Adam, apa yang telah engkau persiapkan saat malam pertamamu nanti di alam kubur? Tidakkah engkau tahu, bahawa ia adalah malam yang sangat mengerikan. Malam yang kerananya para ulama' serta orang-orang yang soleh menangis dan orang-orang bijak mengeluh. Apa tidaknya, kala itu kita sedang berada di dua persimpangan dan di dunia yang amat berbeza."

"Suatu hari pasti engkau akan tinggalkan tempat tidurmu (di dunia), dan ketenangan pun menghilang darimu. Bila engkau berada di kuburmu pada malam pertama, demi Allah, fikirkanlah untung nasibmu dan apa yang akan terjadi padamu di sana?"

Hari ini kita berada di dunia yang penuh keriangan dengan anak-anak, keluarga dan sahabat handai, dunia yang diterangi dengan lampu-lampu yang pelbagai warna dan sinaran, dunia yang dihidangkan dengan pelbagai makanan yang lazat-lazat serta minuman yang pelbagai, tetapi pada keesokannya kita berada di malam pertama di dalam dunia yang kelam gelap-gelita.

Lilin-lilin yang menerangi dunia adalah amalan-amalan yang kita lakukan, dunia sempit yang dikelilingi tanah dan bantalnya juga tanah. Pada saat kita mula membuka mata di malam pertama kita di alam kubur, segala-galanya amat menyedihkan, tempik raung memenuhi ruang yang sempit tapi apakan daya semuanya telah berakhir. Itukah yang kita mahukan? Pastinya tidak bukan?

Oleh itu beramallah dan ingatlah sentiasa betapa kita semua akan menempuhi MALAM PERTAMA DI ALAM KUBUR!

Ingatlah ayat al-Quran bagi mereka yang mahu dikembalikan ke dunia setelah mati:

"Ya Tuhanku, kembalikanlah aku semula (ke dunia), agar aku dapat berbuat amal soleh terhadap apa yang telah kutinggalkan (dahulu)." (Surah Al-Mu'minun, ayat 99-100)

Wahai saudaraku, tidakkah engkau menangis atas kematian dan sakaratul maut yang bakal menjemputmu?

Wahai saudaraku, tidakkah engkau menangis atas kuburan dan kengerian yang ada di dalamnya?
Wahai saudaraku, tidakkah engkau menangis kerana takut akan hausnya di hari penyesalan?

Wahai saudaraku, tidakkah engkau menangis kerana takut kepada api Neraka di Hari Kiamat nanti?

Sesungguhnya kematian pasti menghancurkan kenikmatan para penikmatnya. Oleh itu, carilah (kenikmatan) hidup yang tidak ada kematian di dalamnya.

"Ya Allah, tolonglah kami ketika sakaratul maut!"

link: www.iluvislam.com


Bila disebut lelaki,
Wanitanya mendongak megah,
Lelaki kami Asadullah, Saifullah,
Tokoh kami tak terkira,

Bila disebut lelaki,
Wanitanya menunduk lemah,
tokoh kami sedikit sekali,
ramainya, boneka yahudi.

Bila disebut lelaki,
Wanitanya tenang di hati,
Lelaki kami menjaga, melindungi,

Bila disebut lelaki,
Wanitanya mahu cabut lari,
Lelaki khianat, perogol bersiri.

Bila seorang wanita teraniaya,
Sepasukan kuda putih membela,
Al-Mu’tasim kebanggaan wanita,

Ribuan wanita dipenjara,
Fatimah diperkosa minta dibela,
Lelaki tunduk tak bertenaga.

Bila wanita dibawah jagaannya,
Lelaki memagari sehabis daya,
Tiada siapa berani menggoda,

Bila wanita dibawah jagaannya,
Lelaki tak kisah auratnya terbuka,
Wanitanya dibiar bebas, binasa.

Lelaki menggadai harta dan nyawa,
Untuk mengangkat kemuliaan agama,

Lelaki menggadai ketinggian agama,
Demi nafsu, dunia dan seisinya.

Lelaki bermatian mencipta sejarah,
Kental berjihad, tekun berdakwah,

Lelaki hanya menyanjungi sejarah,
Diri bermalasan, tenaga tak dikerah.

lelaki memperjuangkan deen dan ummah,
al-Farouq, Zunurain mati terbunuh,

lelaki memperjuangkan diri dan kroninya,
hingga sanggup membunuh.

Lelaki bersatu menghadapi musuh,
Angkatannya kuat dan teguh,
Lelakinya berpuak dan berpecah,
Sesame sendiri saling bertingkah.

Kembalikanlah lelakiku,
Pada kelakianmu,
Kami rindukan lelaki dulu,
Acuan madrasah rasul.

dipetik dari www.iluvislam.com

Tuesday, 7 April 2009


Hordeolum atau tembet (tumbet?) merupakan inflamasi supuratif (nanah) pada kelenjar kelopak mata (palpebra). Ia dapat disebabkan oleh infeksi bakteria terutamanya Staphylokokus aureus.
Simptom penyakit ni adalah:
  • kelopak mata yang bengkak dan merah
  • kelopak mata sakit bila ditekan
  • pseudoptosis (kelopak mata susah dibuka)
  • terasa mata mengganjal
  • pembesaran kelenjar preaurikel
Terapi untuk hordeolum
  • Tuam dengan air hangat 3x/hari selama 10-15 minit sampai nanah keluar
  • Kalau tidak membaik, harus dilakukan insisi (incision) untuk mengeluarkan nanah tersebut+ antibiotik

*case SOCA: sebagian daripada pembahasan yg dah dimodify*

Saturday, 4 April 2009

Corak baru oleh Najib

KUALA LUMPUR 3 April - Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak hari ini mengangkat sumpah jawatan sebagai Perdana Menteri Malaysia yang keenam menggantikan Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi yang berundur selepas menerajui negara lebih lima tahun. Najib, 55, mengangkat sumpah jawatan di hadapan Yang di-Pertuan Agong, Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin di Istana Negara. Beliau mengikut jejak Allahyarham ayahandanya, Tun Abdul Razak Hussein, yang menerajui negara dari tahun 1970 sehingga 1976 sebelum meninggal dunia akibat leukemia. Segak berbaju Melayu hitam, Najib tiba di Istana Negara pada 9.42 pagi diiringi isteri Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor. Pasangan itu kemudian memasuki Balairong Seri pada 10 pagi diikuti Abdullah dan isteri Datin Seri Jeanne Abdullah.


Friday, 3 April 2009


Pagi ni aku ade ujian skill lab...
Ak mohon ALLAH bersamaku dalam tiap langkahku sepanjang hari ni...


Pnat otak aku pusing2 cari apa lagi 2 point tu. Fikir punya fikir, ah, BUNTU! ak cuba gak ingat. tidak...sumtin BLOCKED my mind. ak pasrah. Aku pandang dokter yang jadi penguji aku tu. Comei. Muda lagi. Dia tanya aku apa lagi yang aku tak sebut. Ak mampu telan air liur je la tyme tu..aisey....
"doc, sy lupa.."
Ak meredhakan 2 point tu tak menjadi milik aku.
"Kamu lupa untuk tanya ttg hidung gatal n apa ada gigi yang berlubang atau rusak." bagitau dr. Irene. "
Ceh, itu ke yang aku lupa!Bukan ko dah hafal ke sebelum masuk xm tadi ain?! Takpelah. 2 point tak efek sangat kot ek?


Wednesday, 1 April 2009

Wasiat Umar



Sesungguhnya aku memerintahkan kepada kamu wahai Saad … ! Dan juga mereka yang bersama-sama kamu supaya bertaqwa kepada Allah SWT dalam apa jua keadaan kerana sesungguhnya bertaqwa kepada Allah SWT adalah sebaik-baik persiapan untuk mengalahkan pihak musuh dan juga sekuat-kuat tipu daya dalam peperangan.

Aku memerintahkan kepada kamu dan mereka yang bersama-sama kamu supaya menjauhikan diri daripada maksiat kerana sesungguhnya dosa-dosa yang dilakukan oleh tentera Islam adalah lebih aku takuti daripada musuh-musuh Islam. Sesungguhnya orang-orang Islam telah mendapat pertolongan daripada Allah SWT disebabkan oleh kemaksiatan yang telah dilakukan oleh pihak musuh, jika bukan kerana hal itu, nescaya tidak ada bagi orang-orang Islam akan kekuatan.

Jumlah bilangan tentera kita jika mahu dibandingkan dengan pihak musuh adalah terlalu kecil. Begitu jugalah dengan persiapan serta kelengkapan pertahanan kita jika hendak dibandingkan dengan pihak musuh, tidaklah kita sekuat mereka. Maka jika amalan serta tingkah laku kita sama dengan pihak musuh dalam melakukan maksiat, nescaya kelebihan kekuatan dan kemenangan akan menyebelahi pihak musuh.

Jika kita tidak mendapat pertolongan daripada Allah SWT ke atas musuh-musuh ini, sudah pasti kita tidak akan dapat menandingi kehebatan mereka. Ketahuilah !!! Bersama -sama kalian ada malaikat yang menjaga keselamatan dan para malaikat ini telah mewakili pihak kerajaan Allah SWT untuk menjaga kamu supaya kamu berasa selamat. Mereka mengetahui apa yang kamu kerjakan maka hendaklah kamu berasa malu terhadap apa yang ingin kamu lakukan dan janganlah kamu berkata "Sesungguhnya pihak musuh lebih hina dari kita, mereka tidak akan dapat menguasai ke atas kita sekalipun kita turut sama melakukan kejahatan". Ucapan yang sedemikian boleh jadi akan terbalik kepada kita, maka akan datang satu kaum yang lebih zalim daripada pihak musuh seperti yang telah berlaku kepada kaum Bani Israel yang mana akhirnya mereka telah dikuasai oleh orang-orang kafir Majusi (penyembah api).

Sentiasalah kamu memohon pertolongan kepada Allah SWT untuk menghilangkan penyakit yang ada dalam diri kamu itu, sebagaimana kamu memohon pertolongan Allah SWT untuk mengalahkan musuh-musuh kamu. Berdoalah untuk diri kamu dan tidak lupa juga buat diri kami...."

link: www.iluvislam.com