torsdag 31 december 2009

Hadith Of The Day.

Allah will ask on the Day of Judgment:
“Where are those who loved each other for the sake of My glory? Today, on a day when there is no shade but Mine, I shall shade them with My shade.”


onsdag 30 december 2009

O Allah!

O Allah!
Guide me to the best of deeds and the best of morals,
as none can guide to the best except You,
and save me from bad deeds, as none can save me from
what is bad except You.

NEW VERSION!!!!!! Ahmed Bukhatir "Last Breath"

Farshy Al Turab (Islamic Nasheed) Dust is my bed

"Evry soul shall tast death in the end.."

"Every soul shall taste death in the end; to Us shall you be brought back."

(Surat al-'Ankabut: 57)

O you Muslims, who waste lots of energy, time and wealth in decorating this worldly life, What u are going to take along with u in grave?? Have u done enough good deed...s that will decorate ur grave also ??

O' My brother and sisters! Prepare ur self - for grave is ur final destination! Where nothing will help you except ur deeds!

"The death from which you flee will truly overtake you: then you will be sent back to the Knower of things secret and open:

and He will tell you (the truth of) the things that you did!"

(Surat al- Jumu'ah: 8)

torsdag 24 december 2009

Hadith Of The Day.

Rasul Allah (sal Allahu alaihi wasallam) said:
“When one of you looks at one who stands at a higher level than you in regard to wealth and physical structure he should also see one who stands at a lower level than you in regard to these things.”

Documents from the FBI about Michael Jackson

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Investigative Files Released


FOIA documents on Michael Joseph Jackson
Investigative Files on Michael Jackson

In response to Freedom of Information Act requests, the Bureau has released its investigative files on the late entertainer Michael Jackson, who died earlier this year.

The records total 333 pages, divided into seven files. They detail the FBI’s investigation of a man who threatened to kill Jackson, as well as various forms of assistance to California authorities in two cases involving allegations that Jackson had abused children. It should be emphasized that none of these allegations were ever proven in court.

The files are available on the Freedom of Information Act/Privacy website, but here is a quick rundown of what they contain.

The first file—9A-LA-142276—was opened by the Los Angeles FBI office when it was asked to lead a federal case against a California man already under arrest for sending numerous threatening letters. The man—who falsely claimed to be the son of mobster John Gotti—had staked out Jackson's house and threatened to kill him, the U.S. president, and others. He was ruled incompetent to stand trial and sent to prison for two years.

The second and third files—62D-LA-162715 and 62D-LO-11779—involve the Bureau’s support of local law enforcement. In 1993, the Los Angeles and the Santa Barbara Police departments formed a task force to investigate an allegation that Jackson had molested a young boy. FBI field divisions in Los Angeles and New York—as well as Bureau overseas offices in Manila and London—provided assistance in that case. Investigators gathered public records on Jackson, interviewed a potential witness, and followed various other leads. The FBI assisted Los Angeles Police Department detectives who traveled to the Philippines to interview possible witnesses and shared news reports from London about a potential victim. The U.S. Attorney declined to pursue a federal investigation, including a possible violation of the Mann Act (transporting a minor across state lines for immoral purposes), and no charges were filed by the state.

The fourth file—95A-HQ-1148159—concerns a 1995 request by a U.S. Customs agent in Florida that the Bureau examine a VHS videotape connected with Jackson to see if it contained child pornography. Forensic specialists discovered that the tape was a “poor quality third or fourth generation recording” and informed the Customs Service of their findings.

In 2003, Jackson was charged by the state of California with molestation and other counts. The final three files—62D-LA-236081, 252B-IR-6808, and 305B-LA-239205—detail the Bureau’s support to local law enforcement during the ensuing investigation. The first of these files describes an FBI response to a Los Angeles Police Department request to analyze computers and digital media obtained from Jackson's home under court warrant. The second involves a request by the Santa Barbara County District Attorney for help and guidance from behavioral analysts in the FBI’s Critical Incident Response Group. In the last of the three files, an FBI agent from Los Angeles traveled to New York to interview a potential witness. The agent found this individual unwilling to cooperate and closed the matter. The case went to court in 2005, and Jackson was acquitted of all charges.

- The Michael Jackson files
- Freedom of Information Act/Privacy website

onsdag 23 december 2009

I Am Back..

Salaam aleikum all my readers ..

I've had some things in my life that made me shut down the blog for a while .. SubanAllah. But have opened it again.

Inshallah will blog more when I have strength and time ..
Peace be with you all.