Friday, March 18, 2011

coolnyer mereka

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Assalamualaikum..saya belajar dari bencana yg menimpa negara mereka..walaupun Allah turunkan malapetaka kepada mereka tp lihatlah betapa murninya hati mereka. Disaat  mereka dilanda bencana yg dasyat, mereka masih mampu mengekalkan apa yg menjadi asas kepada pembangunan bangsa mereka. Tiada kekecohan, tiada kecurian, mereka tenang membeli barangan keperluan makanan..MasyaALLAH

PENUMPANG perkhidmatan keretapi Yurikamome berjalan menyusuri landasan keretapi ke Stesen Shiodome, berhampiran Tokyo, sejurus selepas gempa bumi berukuran 8.9 magnitud melanda Jepun, hari ini. - Foto AP

BEGINILAH keadaan di Arahama, di Bandaraya Sendai, Jepun yang dirakam satelit GeoEye sebelum (atas) dan selepas (bawah) kejadian gempa 8.9 magnitud yang mencetuskan tsunami , Jumaat lalu. Bandar pesisir pantai itu kelihatan pasir bersih yang memutih dengan deretan bangunan dan kediaman tetapi selepas tsunami ia ibarat 'padang jarak padang tekukur'. - Foto AP

PENDUDUK tempatan menyelamatkan diri dengan pergi ke tempat tinggi selepas amaran tsunami terbaru dikeluarkan di Higashimatsuyshima, Miyagi hari ini. - Foto AP

KERJASAMA...Penduduk tempatan dan kakitangan perbandaran bersama-sama membawa keluar barangan bantuan dan keperluan dari helikopter untuk diagihkan kepada yang memerlukan di Onagawa, Miyagi, hari ini. - Foto AFP

SEORANG bayi diperiksa tahap pendedahannya terhadap radiasi di Nihonmatsu, Fukushima hari ini berikutan tragedi letupan loji nuklear no 3 di Daiichi Fukushima, semalam. - Foto AP/Kyodo

PELBAGAI barang keperluan habis dijual sebagai persediaan penduduk menghadapi sebarang bencana di Moriyama, Jepun, semalam.

DUTA Jepun ke Malaysia, Masahiko Horie sebak pada sidang media di pejabatnya, semalam.

SEBILANGAN mangsa terselamat di pusat perlindungan di Minamisanriku, melakukan senaman. - Foto AP

MANGSA tsunami, gempa mengambil hidangan tengah hari di pusat perlindungan Ofunato, Iwate. - Foto AP

DALAM kesejukan suhu -1 darjah celcius peniaga mengambil kesempatan menjual bunga hidup sebagai tanda simpati kepada mangsa gempa bumi dan tsunami sambil memaparkan keratan akhbar kejadian tersebut untuk menarik orang ramai di bandaraya Sendai. - Foto Sairien Nafis


BBC Reports
The words of BBC’s reports are so moving they make me cry. They were praising us with words of admiration! “One of the worst earthquakes in recorded history has hit the world’s most well-prepared, well-trained nations. The strength of its government and its people are put to the test. While there have been casualties, in no other country could the government and the people have worked together in such an accurate and coordinated way in the face of such tragedy. The Japanese people have shown their cultural ability to remain calm in the face of adversity.”

Japanese people don’t shove
I'm looking at Yurakucho station from above. I see people standing in line, not pushing or shoving to get onto the Yamanote Line (probably the busiest line in central Tokyo), even at a time like this!

Japan is a wonderful nation!
Both the government and the people, everyone is helping one another today. There are truck drivers helping evacuees move. I even heard that the “yakuza” (gangsters, organized crime groups) are helping to direct traffic in the Tohoku region! There have been many recent developments that have made me lose my sense of pride in my country, but not anymore. Japan is an amazing place! I’m just simply touched. Go Japan!

A big, kind voice
I’ve been walking for many hours now. I’m touched at how everywhere I turn, there are shops open with people shouting “Please use our bathroom!” or “Please rest here!” There were also office buildings where people with access to information were voluntarily shouting out helpful tips, like “**** line is now operational!” Seeing things like this after walking for hours and hours made me feel like weeping with gratitude. Seriously, there is still hope for this country!

A strong voice
Yesterday, I was impressed and touched by the actions of my neighbor’s 13-year-old-boy. He was home alone when the earthquake hit. But instead of hiding, as soon as the earthquake quieted down, he jumped on his bicycle and road around the block repeatedly shouting at the top of his voice, “Is everyone alright? Is everyone okay?” At the time, there were only women and children and the elderly in the homes. I cannot describe how comforting it was just to hear a strong voice asking if I was okay. Thank you!

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Personally, saya rasa negara Jepun lebih ISLAMIC dari so-called "Islamic State" yang mana First-Lady keluarkan kenyataan no-brainer macam ini. Apakah itu Islamic? Fikirkan sendiri. Tak perlu untuk saya terangkan. Yang penting, bukan sebuah negara yang ISLAM tertera pada ID mereka. In fact, Japan tak ada such ID pun. Only for foreigner sahaja perlu ID.

Japan is really something. Mereka pernah punah ranah suatu ketika dahulu, tetapi bangkit untuk lebih maju. Hari ini, satu lagi kemusnahan. Jangan risau, mereka akan bangkit lebih maju dari sekarang dan Allah saja tahu rancangan untuk mereka. Kerana mereka adalah bangsa yang luar biasa. Saya berkata mengenai BANGSA..bkn AGAMA 

Pray For Japan!

1 comments:

  • March 18, 2011 at 12:07 PM
    mamal HAQ says:

    wow! wow! wow! respect!

    tenang je! siap boleh eksesais lg :P

    i like!

 

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